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  • Release: 1911-11-18
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  • AKA: The Vitagraph Monthly of Current Events (United States of America)
  • Plot: In this number you will have, within a thousand feet of film, the greatest events of the month. An excellent view of the Austin flood is recorded, wherein so many lives were lost, pointing out just how and where the terrific ravages of the unfettered waters took place. A comprehensive view of Admiral Schley's funeral at Washington, D.C., showing all the attending celebrities, the naval and military attachés and corps who made up the long cortege which escorted the body of the Admiral to the Arlington Cemetery. A picture of a special interest is the marvelous achievement of transporting world's largest girder, weighing 150,000 pounds, from the Pennsylvania R.R. wharves by the Meade Transfer Company, to the world's biggest sky-scraper, the Woolworth Building. The mobilization of the United States warships and the maneuvers and doings of the fleet in New York Harbor. Particular attention is called to the Boy Scouts in their drills and exhibitions, and the athletic games at Columbus Park, in the midst of the crowded tenement district of New York City, under the supervision of the Playground Association of Public Parks. Now we have a peep at the Golden West: a harvesting scene on one of the largest wheat fields in existence, with a great number of giant reapers mowing down the "staff of life," preparatory to shipping it to market. Speaking of the "staff of life," we are reminded of another article of food to which the thoughts of every American mind turns at this season of the year, turkey. "Old King Gobbler" in all his glory, in the midst of his tribe, surrounded by a numerous retinue of turkey hens and golden gobblers, on the large turkey farm of Bird Brothers, of Myersdale, Pa.
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