A stationary camera placed amidships looks toward the round end of a 10- or 12-foot boiler that's been loaded onto the open deck. Three men climb down from atop the boiler and then remove their ladder. Four or five other workers tie the boiler down to the deck. Their pace is leisurely. In the background is a busy harbor.
Shows the S.S. "Queen" at Seattle with an immense crowd of miners crowding the decks of the boat and the docks, carrying aboard baggage, implements, etc. Taken at the height of the excitement and gives a good idea of the vast numbers that started for the gold fields.
The film runs a quick 25-seconds and we simply see some horses being put into large boxes, hoisted up and eventually put on the deck of a ship.
According to the Library of Congress, this film was shot on August 8th, 1897 in Seattle, WA as a ship was getting ready to head to the Klondike during the infamous gold rush.
Eric's ex-wife meets him at a laundromat to drop off a mysterious package, which leads to an opportunity to examine their failed marriage.
A companion picture to No. 1964 ('Cutting Sugar Cane' (1901) (q.v.)), and equally interesting.
Yet another in a vast series of films made by American Mutoscope & Biograph for the United States Postal Service which demonstrated all aspects of the humble postman's job.
This one shows the wagon that collected mail sacks from a streetcar in Washington pulling up besides a railroad mail car before reversing up to it.
One year after the events of the anime, Rintarou begins to feel the repercussions of extensive time travel, and eventually completely fades from reality. Kurisu, being the only companion to remember him, now must find a way to bring him back.
Showing the steamship Edgar loading a portion of two million feet of yellow pine lumber by the Anderson Lumber Company, of Charleston, S. C. The lumber is floated alongside the vessel and picked up by the derricks on the vessel. A great gang of colored men are shown chopping and pushing the lumber alongside the vessel.
Shows how the ice is picked up from the canal and loaded on cars which are hauled across the mountain by cable. After letting the cars down on the opposite side it is unloaded from the cars and stored in ice boats and transported to market.
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