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Universal Newsreels, Release 328, February 20, 1950
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in Universal Newsreels, Release 328 (Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood: Universal Pictures Company, 1950, originally published 1950), 9 mins
This newsreel, produced by Universal Pictures Company, is about a train crash on Long Island, New York.
in Universal Newsreels, Release 328 (Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood: Universal Pictures Company, 1950, originally published 1950), 9 mins
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Chronoscope, Fred A. Hartley Jr.
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interview by Hardy Burt and William Bradford Huie, 1910-1983, in Chronoscope (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1953), 15 mins
MARCH 25, 1953 Participants: Fred A. Hartley, Jr., former Representative from New Jersey, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: The Taft-Hartley Act and the new Republican administration.
interview by Hardy Burt and William Bradford Huie, 1910-1983, in Chronoscope (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1953), 15 mins
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Dateline: Long Island
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in Prelinger Collection, of United States. Library of Congress. Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Collection; produced by Hartley Productions (New York, NY: Hartley Productions, 1964, originally published 1964), 29 mins
This documentary, produced by Hartley Productions, features Long Island, NY.
in Prelinger Collection, of United States. Library of Congress. Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Collection; produced by Hartley Productions (New York, NY: Hartley Productions, 1964, originally published 1964), 29 mins
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Universal Newsreels, Release 208, December 27, 1948
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in Universal Newsreels, Release 208 (Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood: Universal Pictures Company, 1948, originally published 1948), 3 mins
This newsreel, published by Universal Pictures Company, is about the United Nations General Assembly, Alfred E. Smith, and lighthouses.
in Universal Newsreels, Release 208 (Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood: Universal Pictures Company, 1948, originally published 1948), 3 mins
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