The White House Rose Garden at peak spring bloom, 50 years ago in April 1969! This image is from the original 35mm color negative. Images can be captured in seconds from 35mm, medium format, and large format film negatives, offering superior quality to most flatbed scanners.
General Leslie R. Groves, military chief of the Manhattan Project, examines a test tube of plutonium! This screenshot is from newsreel outtakes (originally on 35mm motion picture film) in the holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration.
This footage is not described in the National Archives catalog and isn’t locatable through Google. Don’t depend on an intern or production assistant to locate the footage that will add unique impact to your documentary film or other production. Consult a free-lance archival film research professional! hashtag#filmproduction hashtag#archivalresearch
Women’s Army Corps mechanics service a vehicle in the only U.S. Army motor pool operated by women in Australia. From the original Army Signal Corps negative taken September 23, 1943.
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