The University of Texas at Austin
A Name Like ’Cameron’
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Identifier: e_bb_5036
Title: A Name Like ’Cameron’
Description: Stylized corporate film on the innovations, dependability and global scope of Cameron Iron Works. Contains montages of executives and workers from Cameron Iron Works factories around the world, with a focus on plants in Livingston, Scotland and Houston, Texas. Also covers supply work for NASA and Rolls Royce, with the latter company using Cameron parts for the Concorde’s Olympus 593B Engine. Color picture with sound. Extra metadata on film leader includes: "Release Print; Tail Sync, Bob Bailey."
City: Houston; Livingston
County: Harris
State: Texas
Country: United States; Scotland; France; Mexico; Canada
Date: circa 1959-1979
Creator: Martin Benson Films
Contributor: Bailey, Bob
Source: Bailey (Bob) Studios Photographic Archive
Publisher: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Box: 77/1.3
Format: Color film
Size: 16mm
Duration: 22 minutes, 39 seconds