Off cuts from
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A MUNITION WORKER (1917) [Allocated]
Summary: Opening scene at a railway station, as a female munitions worker arrives for work. Cut to the same young woman leaving her terraced house. Cut to the changing room at the factory, where the woman worker and her colleagues are donning overalls, hats and boots. 80ft- 85ft, white spacing. WS of the aisle between two rows of tall shells, as the woman munitions worker walks towards thec camera. Cut to her uncaping the shell with a wheel.
There is much damage to the image throughout the roll and the picture is badly degraded.
35mm, B+W, Neg, mute.
Eastman Kodak, US 1916, Nitrate, 115ft
CHECK Stock is nitrate.