An unedited travelogue film of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Port of Spain, Trinidad.
[Note that the footage is lenticular color, but not refiltered through a lenticular filter, hence it appears as black and white but just as vertical stripes, as if scratched.]
A city park
Topiary, a chess set
Govermental and church buildings
Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer statue)
Handmade title : "Flying over Rio"
Aerial shots of Rio's bay, environs, then over the sea, and islands.
An aqua plane landed in the water.
Posing on a deck with the sign "Condor"
Handmade title "Trinidad"
Street scenes, Port of Spain. Trinidadian style Victorian architecture
Unidentified giant trees
Unidentified palatial building
Handmade title: Southern Prince
The cruise ship.
Unidentified lady [possibly Mrs. Dixon] playing with a tropical bird in a cage on deck
Handmade title: "Welcome home Palm Sunday, March 20th 1934"
Return to snowy Philadelphia [suburbs], a scene likely of Mrs. Dixon's garden coated in snow
|Film Creator:||Mrs. J. Shipley Dixon|
|Topics:||Cruise ships, Tourism, Gardens, Parks, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Port of Spain, Trinidad, Ocean voyages, Philadelphia suburbs|
|Tags:||Brazil | Cruise ships | Gardens | Ocean voyages | Parks | Philadelphia suburbs | Port of Spain | Rio de Janeiro | Tourism | Trinidad|
|Rights:||All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.|