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Water Conservation, King Ranch Gas
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Identifier: dv_00145
Title: Water Conservation, King Ranch Gas
Description: Scenes of cattle, wildlife, and bodies of water along the gas plant at King Ranch. Shot list inside film canister reads: 1. Water flowing in ditch 2. Settling basin--Gas Plant in background 3. Lab technician gathers sample for lab analysis 4. King ranch cattle--they drink some of this water 5. Various scenes of wildlife on this game preserve--all expand to the water Color picture, no sound. Has synchronization punch hole. Labels on film canister read, "Orig, 16mm color, Effluent from King Ranch, Gas Pit, Lab control (sampling), Cattle & wildlife; from Mel [Costin?illegible]; WH/7U6, F07213." Writing on leader reads, "Water Conservation, King Ranch Gas PH. for TV clip ORIGINAL Humble # 3-2250 8-20-68; Humble ’Water Conservation’ King Ranch Gas Plant #3-2250 8-19-68." Writing on tail: "Tail Humble Orig Eco #3-2250." Film reel was too tight for film and canister, so film was swapped to a core.
City: Kingsville
State: Texas
Country: United States
Date: 1968/08/20
Creator: Exxon Mobil Corporation
Source: ExxonMobil Historical Collection
Publisher: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Box: WH/7U6 [LSF]
Format: Color film
Size: 16mm
Duration: 4 minutes, 13 seconds
Other ID: F07213