The Papermakers

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Part of Tullis Russell Films and Videos Parent record level Series

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ID

ms38973-AV-1-1

Department

Special Collections - Manuscript Collections

Description

title and credits (0.26); China Wall (0.31); Map with IMPERII SINARVM, on the top left hand corner (0.45); NOVA EGYPTI TABVLA, map of Egypt (0.52); Egyptian paintings (1.03); map, writing, (1.150; map with HISPANIA written on it (1.20); Spanish writing (1.25); map of France (1.30); page of book titled - VOLTAIRE (1.36); Map of Germany (1.42); page of book - FAUST: A Dramatic Poem by Goethe (1.48); portrait of a man (1.50); map of Britain (1.57); Portrait of a man (2.00); Front page of a booklet - A Speech of Mr. John Milton (2.06); paper cutting machine (2.15); people standing in a street looking at newspaper billboards, buses passing (2.23); man working down a hole insulating a telephone line with paper (2.31); man rubbing the paper off a transfer (2.36); large boards made from paper (2.42); cylinder turning around (paper?) (2.46); man drilling a hole (2.49); machines which contain paper (2.56); signal system of the railway, pylon(3.00); telephone selector (3.07); a woman hoovering (3.13); miners, miners helmets (3.18); film being put on a projector (3.25); Busy street scene (3.31); With paper becoming more vital every day - both for printing and as a material for industry - there is increasing interest in the methods of its making (3.45); Paper mills at Markinch in Fife, tullis russell (4.05); c/u of paper fibres (4.22); Ship, grass being unloaded, ropes lying in bundles (4.35); cargo being unloaded, wood pulp in a store (4.47); l/s of paper mill (4.50); Steam train (4.54); coal being unloaded into machine (5.00); water (5.11); view of Markinch Town (5.17); men smoking pipes (5.23); men and women going to work at the mills (5.35); Drawings of paper fibres (5.46); grass being raked into machine (5.53); women on a factory line collecting collars and putting them into a revolving drum (6.08); ropes are broken up to make fibres (6.25); grass being emptied into a drum, men work the pulping machine, diffusing process, cleaning process, bleaching - Paper process: dusting, dissolved away the plant material, washed it, drained it, scoured it, bleached it, washed and scrubbed it once again, and then thickening the paper (11.12); men putting paper into the machines to make the different types of paper (Beating machine) Chemist testing paper for temperature and wetness (12.06); technicians testing paper (12.51); paper pulp tested for purity (13.17); Electrometer (13.23); paper pulp being mixed, shot of mill, cleaning devices, various shots of the mill machines (14.59); model of how twin wire papers were made (15.37) gvs of machines (17.06); testing department (18.09); paper is counted, wrapped, weighed, labelled and then taken away, cranes (18.49); paper machines (19.10); envelopes being made (19.15); bottles being wrapped (19.21); power cables, insulation, spinning paper into string, men taking paper from a large machine, gvs of machines (20.04); children's books (20.38); Book shop, pictures in books (20.49); Headed note paper, greetings cards (21.02); paper machine (21.07); man in telephone box (21.12); Telephone dial (21.13); telephone wires (21.18); camera (21.22); man shooting his gun (21.26); track insulation, train, driver, tunnel (21.39); helicopter (21.42); gvs paper mill (22.13) end credits (22.19)
Description courtesy of the National Library of Scotland, reference number: 4088.

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Date

1952

Acknowledgement

Image courtesy of University of St Andrews Library.

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Copyright not evaluated. The copyright status is unknown and The University has not undertaken an effort to determine the copyright status of the underlying work.

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Image Courtesy of the University of St Andrews Library, ID ms38973-AV-1-1

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