The Pan American Congress of Journalists visit Kodak in Rochester, New York to see cotton used in the production of nitrocellulose camera film. Views of women picking cotton. Cotton is baled and the bales are sent on conveyor to railroad yard. Bales are loaded onto a Southern railroad box car. Steam locomotive pulls train out of terminal yard. Map shows flow of cotton from the South to New York. At Eastman Kodak, the cotton is processed into nitrocellulose film, also known as nitrate film. View of perforation machine cutting perfs into film. Film is wound into rolls. Woman worker wraps each film roll in black paper for shipment. Pan American Congress members board a Mack 'Shock Insulated' bus for further travel.
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