The Seven Wonders of Wool

Description:

A film of Dorothy Burgess educating consumers on the seven wonders of wool: its wrinkle resistance, its absorbancy, its insulating properties, its "dye affinity," its heat and flame resistance, the way it's "easy to handle," and its durability. These are described as selling points during a sales training session.

Creator(s): Unknown
Location(s): United States
Creation Date: Unknown
Partner(s):
UNT Media Library
Collection(s):
Gordon Knox Film Collection
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Publisher Info:
Publisher Name: Princeton Film Center, Inc.
Place of Publication: Princeton, New Jersey
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United States
Description:

A film of Dorothy Burgess educating consumers on the seven wonders of wool: its wrinkle resistance, its absorbancy, its insulating properties, its "dye affinity," its heat and flame resistance, the way it's "easy to handle," and its durability. These are described as selling points during a sales training session.

Note:

Presented by The Wool Bureau Incorporated -- from beginning credits.

Physical Description:

1 film (22 min.) : col. ; 16 mm.

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Partner:
UNT Media Library
Collection:
Gordon Knox Film Collection
Identifier:
  • CALL-NO: MP 1483 v.56 pt.1
  • UNTCAT: b38193590 |
  • ARK: ark:/67531/metadc13676
Resource Type: Video
Format: Video
Rights:
Holder: The Estates of Gordon and Nancy C. Knox