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Silent work print footage showing the operations of the California Production Service of Southern California, which was a petroleum company focused on oil well and repair. The film was created by ArtCenter student, Harold Stegman in 1951 for a final graduation project. Opening credits are: California Production Service of Southern California, Harry H. Hillman, President Presents".
Work print Silent Color 16mm film
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Teaching California: Work Long Ago
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