The House of Science (an original film shown at the US Science Pavilion at the Seattle World's Fair). As the Official Guide Book/Seattle World's Fair 1962 describes it, it includes "Seven separate films, running simultaneously through seven synchronized projectors, cast seven images on multiple screens to make a single composite picture. . . . Science is seen as a house that grows a room at a time over many centuries in increasing complexity and size but with an essential, inherent unity of design." This archival copy is a little rough and begins just a second or two after the actual beginning of the film. Find the Document on the Archival Research Catalog (http://www.archives.gov/research/arc/): ARC Identifier 574610 / Local Identifier 43-SWF. Moving Images Relating to the Seattle World's Fair Science Exhibit, compiled 1963 - 1963, documenting the period 04/21/1962 - 10/21/1962. From: Moving Images from the Department of Commerce. Bureau of International Commerce. (1963 - 1972), Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division, College Park, MD , Series from Record Group 43: Records of International Conferences, Commissions, and Expositions, 1825 - 1979
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