People come out of a building after looking at a leopard skin rug in Pueblo, Colorado.
Pueblo Colorado USA Date:1951, August 6 Duration:32 sec Sound:Yes
The Gildner or Giltner family of Pueblo Colorado looks at a massive leopard skin rug, constructed from the skins of 48 leopards. The fur rug had been purchased by their son, an American soldier in the Korean War, and shipped by him back to the United States. The seated family and some officials look at the leopard fur rug. The family exits a fur storage facility. A sign board outside the building reads: 'Cold Fur Storage'. A U.S. government official loads the fur rug into a car after the Korean government requested its return.
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