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documentary films

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Films or videos that present fact and real situations and people rather than fiction. They typically feature the people, places, and events who are the subjects of the film, rather than actors or sets. Early examples were influenced by television news and used portable cameras.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Commercial Films, circa 1930-1949

 Series — Reel 1-9
Scope and Contents A collection of nine 8mm commercial films for use in teaching. The films were from the collection of the family of Dr. Lee Simmons. The films include: Mudded in Mud, unidentified film (Pictoreels, 1946), unidentified animals, Chimp the Aviator (1940s), Three Bruins in the Woods (1942)?, African Pygmy Thrills (1930s), Bug Carnival (1937), Camera Magic, and Mary Had a Little Lamb.