1950s WYOMING TRAVELOGUE w/ YELLOWSTONE & DEVIL'S TOWER 76574
Produced by the Carl Dudley organization as part of the “This Land of Ours” series, this educational film shows the state of Wyoming as it looked in the late 1940s or early 1950s. The film shows Fort Caspar, Cheyenne, Laramie, the University of Wyoming, Casper with its oil fields, strip mines for harvesting coal, and more. The film also shows logging and lumber industry at the 3 minute mark, with timber harvested by horses. Potato and sugar beet farms are shown at the 3:30 mark, as well as turkey farms, fox farms, sheep farms, and cattle farms. Dude ranching is shown at the 5:40 mark, and both Yellowstone National Park and the Devil’s Tower.
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