Women work as the members of a community in the United States.
Monroe New York USA Date:1950 Duration:5 min 2 sec Sound:Yes
The role of women as active community members in the United States. An aerial view of the suburban town. View of the houses, buildings, snow covered area and roads. A railroad train arrives at a railroad station. Close views of the locomotive with sign "Erie" on the front. Men discuss a town zoning map on a wall. A garbage man throws garbage into a garbage truck. A post man delivers postal mail. He walks outside a house. He delivers a mail to a woman. The woman standing outside the house and takes the mail. Interior of the house. The woman sits with her family. A man reads a newspaper. Children have their breakfast. The woman opens the mail and views a sample ballot sheet listing the candidates of local elections. Little girl spills glass of milk on table. Her mother cleans up the spill. A woman shops in a grocery shop. View of small town grocery counter and shelves. The post man delivers mail to a woman in the grocery store. A woman sitting with her children gets mail from the postman. A man takes out a mail from a letter box. A woman stands with him. She reads the mail. Exterior of a school building. Interior of a class room. HIgh school or college age students studying. A young woman views a sample through a microscope. A post man walks on a road and vehicles move past, including a bus with sign "Lake Region Bus Co." Women come out of the bus after it comes to a stop. Destination sign on side of bus reads, "Monroe" (most likely Monroe New York). People stand in a line outside firemans hall to vote in local election.
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