Corning, New York flood [videorecording]

Corning, New York flood [videorecording]

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[S.l. : s.n., 1972]
1 videodisc (14 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
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[Corning, New York flood]
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DVD Digitized Preservation Copy
Variant Title: 
Known also as: Corning flood
Title from cassette label.
Filmed in Corning, New York, June 24-25, 1972.
The documentary begins with an aerial view of the city on the Saturday and Sunday after the flood, done by an unnamed television crew. Various areas of the city are shown, and several residents are interviewed. After an aerial view of the Glass Center, the 200 inch disk, glass exhibition cases, books, the Hall of Science and Industry, and the Steuben factory are shown, in their damaged condition.
Color has changed to pink.
Title in the bibliographic record was initially [Corning flood], but title on the cassette cover is "Corning, New York flood".
This film can also be viewed on "Corning flood series", which is a combination of 3 different films on the June 23, 1972 flood (Bibno. 63051).
Event Notes: 
Filmed in Corning, New York, June 24-25, 1972.