Transport & exhibits at Golden Gate Exposition (Updated over a year ago)
Silent, color footage from the Golden Gate International Exposition on Treasure Island in San Francisco (1939/40), produced by Orville C. Goldner. Includes views of architectual exhibits, the Bay Bridge and crowds catching a ferry from the Ferry Building to the island. Also features scenes of visitors riding the elephant train, enjoying a wild west exhibition, strolling along the Gayway and watching a highwire/diving display. Ends with a brief glimpse of people leaving from the flying boat terminal.
Added to San Francisco Bay Area Television Archive on September 24, 2011.
- Type of material: Kodachrome amateur film
- Recording medium: 16mm color silent film
- Date aired: 1939/40
- Originally aired on: Orville C. Goldner