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A profile of "Gone With the Wind" author Margaret Mitchell. Includes re-creations based on her letters, and explores how racial issues affected her life. Tuesday, December 6 at 9 PM
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Interiors of the engineer’s computers and various logistical machines, exteriors and interiors of a train garage and warehouse, train equipment, tanks and brakes, interior of the engineer’s cockpit...
Exteriors of the train yard with locomotives entering and leaving, signs around the train yard, guided tour of interior of conductor cockpit, employee safety exercises.
Footage of students taking part in various sessions of the Disease Detective Camp: in the classroom creating the questions and in the museum investigating.
Footage of the Fox Theaters broilers, cooling units, and electrical system.
All things evidence, including evidence tape, inside the evidence storage area, and evidence room. Footage from inside GBI’s museum.
Shots of Federal Reserve employees working diligently in their respective offices.
Establishing shots of the Federal Reserve building. Interesting low angles from the ground that shows the enormity of the building.
Shots of hallways, a fancy boardroom, empty cubicles, signs, and some of the supplies the employees use on a daily basis.
Shots of displays and multimedia exhibits within the Atlanta Federal Monetary Museum.
Shots of biologists working and a variety of lab equipment.
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