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The Sloane Collection, no. 14 - The Freeport Harbor

Story Sloane, III

Silent | 1920s

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  •  Hollis Frampton, American avant-garde filmmaker, explored the use of intertitles in Poetic Justice nearly 50 years later in 1972. 
  •  Freeport Harbor 
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This reel of intertitles accompanies scenes of the Freeport Harbor found on other reels in the Sloane Collection. These intertitles describe the functions of the harbor, its maintenance by the government, and how it will function within industries to benefit commerce in the region. Also included are images of the Freeport Harbor as it stood in 1912, before the improvements made in the 1920s.