Bedford, Ohio 1940
MCLS N-4, N-5, N-6
Itinerant film maker’s film of the town of Bedford Ohio, featuring local businesses and people.
Intimate views of your city at work and play - 1940 - Bedford, Ohio
Title: “The success of Bedford in 1940 was made possible by the Business Firms shown”
Town cinema, streets, cars, main st, members of the police force, men eating dinner at a local restaurant, scenes of the local businesses such as T.L. Ice & Fuel Co., Sanitary Meat Market, Miller’s Lunch, J. Cam Brodeur Auto-service, Fred Morris car sales, The Conelly Realty Co., the Walton Hills estates new development, people stand outside the local cinema, kids outside the sweet shop, Marshall Drug Co, Bedford Buick Co., Beall Painitng Contractor, Samet’s department store, Koltcz Concrete Block Co., fire engines driven along the town streets, members of the fire station with engines, Alfred E. Lee & Son florists, Prominent Churches of Bedford, Baby contest sponsored by the Avalon Dairy, Wasko Florist, Bedford Body & Fender repair, H.J. Forepaugh Building Contractor, S.E.Mighton Co. dog food manufacturer, Szaraz Appliances store, Sanford Motors Inc., factory whistle, Corner Counter Lunch, Bedford Heights Lumber, Horton Chevrolet Co., Maple Heights Roller Rink, Farnsworth’s diner, Bedford Auto Trim Shop, Curtiss Cafe, Bedford Recreation Co., etc
Reel 2 features scenes of Ellenwood school, Central Elementary school and a soap box derby sponsored by the YMCA.
Elmer C. Richards
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