53 work results

14) 0322 cat.0016-05-WABI-60 Frost Farm Fire
Frost Farm on fire. Farm burning, fire fighters with hose, car on fire.
22) 0322 cat.0016-06-WABI-60 Farm and Home Week at UM
Students and faculty at Farm and Home Week presentation. Students walking in front of Student Union, students and faculty listening to speaker.
23) 0322 cat.1007-09-WABI-60 Farm and Home Week at Univ. of Maine
Live broadcast including UM sign, a WABI interview, people seated and listening, baby animal playing.
22) 0334 cat. 0024-10-WABI-61 Hugh Davis Barn Fire
Fire burning at Hugh Davis barn.
23) 0341 cat. 0027-02-WABI-61 Industrial Show in Augusta
Show including Raytheon, Portland Cement, Maine Department of Agriculture, Pepperell Fabrics and Maine Diesel.
24) 0343 cat. 0029-07-WABI-61 Rice Paddies
People working in rice paddies.
21) 0343 cat. 0030-02-WABI-61 Maine Potato Queen
Queen arrives on train, door opens to reveal her seated on throne. She meets reporters, receives flowers.
8) 0343 cat. 0030-05-WABI UM Farm and Home Week
Orono : Meetings, livestock, displays, WABI News interviews.
27) 0353 cat. 1020-06-WABI-62 Farm and Home Week
Orono: Event at University of Maine including WABI interview.
28) 0356 cat. 0048-21-WABI-62 Blueberry Pickers
Blueberry picking process shows plants, weighing berries, berry boxes.
29) 0362 cat. 0052-08-WABI-62 Bull Auction at UM
Cow and bull auction including parade for bidders. CU, MS, and LS of bull.
14) 0364 cat. 0050-21-WABI-62 Farm and Home Week at UM
WABI interviews people at Farm and Home Week.
15) 0381 cat. 0003-22-WABI-63 Farm and Home Week at UM
Event including interviews with participants, farm animal.
32) 0382 cat. 0072-01-WABI-63 Bangor Grange
Bangor: Setup of grange at Bangor Shopping Center including crowds, children and cattle.
33) 0385 cat. 0068-16-WABI-63 Soil Conference
Meeting.
11) 0385 cat.1028-10-WABI-63 Muskie
Senator Edmund S. Muskie speaks to the camera from behind a desk on selling Maine potatoes to the Soviet Union. Economic and political aspects. Says, 'we can bury them agricultu...
35) 0389 cat. 1028-09-WABI-63 McIntire
Congressman McIntire speaks to the camera in a message on civil rights legislation and his support of it. Also why farmers should sign up for acreage in support of a new quota o...
36) 0396 cat. 1031-10-WABI-64 Edmund Muskie on Sugar Beet
Muskie speaking to camera on fundraising for sugar beet project, for Maine to have one of only three refineries in country, economic impact on state, his support of it.
37) 0398 cat. 1034-14-WABI-64 Farm and Home Week
Farm and Home Week event including farm product booths and experiments, home products, lawn mowers, fertilizers, an audience listening to a speech, a man receiving a blood test.
38) 0398 cat. 1035-02-WABI-64 Potatoes Week
Dunn speaking on Maine potato industry including workers, potato's image. Also shots of a train pulling into junction with a woman engineer who gets out and presents suited men ...
39) 0398 cat. 1035-09-WABI-64 Birch Interview
Interview of Birch by George Redpath regarding Birch's organizations' plans to visit Aroostook family farms. Similar to or same as Cat. no. 0078-04-WABI-64.
40) 0401 cat. 0080-15-WABI-64 Farm and Home Week at Univ. of Maine
Orono: Scenes from event including a meat cutting demonstration using a side of beef, and cattle in their pens.
41) 0401 cat. 1035-11-WABI-64 Cliff McIntire on Beets
Congressman McIntire speech on sugar beet refinery proposal, which would give Maine one of only three such facilities in nation.
42) 0401 cat. 1035-13-WABI-64 Muskie -- Sugar Beet
Senator Muskie speaking on new sugar refinery that Great Western Sugar Company will build for $17 million. He thanks project planners and says it will provide thousands of new j...
43) 0401 cat. 1036-14-WABI-64 University of Maine
Interview with secretary O. Freeman regarding sugar beet refinery proposed for Maine, and the fact that competition with other states is making process take longer. Same as Cat....
44) 0408 cat. 0077-15-WABI-64 Farm And Home Week
Event including booths with lawnmowers, fertilizer, a chemist, visitors, WABI cameras.
45) 0408 cat. 0078-04-WABI-64 Howard Birch
Interview with Birch by George Redpath regarding Birch's organization and their plans to visit Aroostook County family farms.
46) 0408 cat. 0078-08-WABI-64 Potatoes Week
Mr. Dunn discussion of Maine potato industry including potato farmers, potato's image, a woman engineer pulling a train into junction and presenting men with bags of potatoes.
47) 0408 cat. 0078-09-WABI-64 Governor Reed on Potatoes
Interview with Governor Reed regarding potato industry including its future, merchandising, economics.
48) 0409 cat. 0081-04-WABI-64 O. Freeman
Interview with Secretary O. Freeman regarding sugar beet refinery petitioned for by Maine. Says why he thinks process is taking longer than expected, and that many other states ...
49) 0410 cat. 0082-04-WABI-64 Cliff McIntire on Beets
McIntire discusses selection of Maine for one of three beet refineries to be built in U.S. He displays enthusiasm and gives credit to the University of Maine for initiating the ...
50) 0423 cat. 0090-01-WABI-64 Freeman at UM
Orono: Visit of U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Freeman during Farm and Home Week including speaking with Senator Edmund Muskie, discussing agricultural legislation, and sale of w...
16) 0427 cat. 1040-02-WABI-64 Dolley Interview of Nassar
Interview of Nassar by Jim Dolley regarding Egypt, its landscape, new Aswan dam, the Pyramids, agricultural outlook, culture and fashion.
36) 0428 cat. 0090-03-WABI-64 Dolley-Nassar Interview
Interview of Nassar of Egypt by Mike Dolley including discussion of Egypt and its landscape, the new Aswan Dam, the Pyramids, agriculture, fashion, and culture. Program: 'Live M...
53) 0432 cat. 0091-03-WABI-65 Potato Blossom Festival
Parade including Miss Maine, the Potato Queen, the Maple Queen, Miss Junior Maine, and others.
55) 0641 B & A Iced Cars
Carl Smith, vice-president of B & A Railroad, describes company's new iced cars with a two and a half-ton capacity for use by potato shippers. Shot of one being loaded with ice.
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