[silent] Footage pertaining to the Anaconda Copper Mining Company in Montana. Created and compiled by ACM employee Bob Vine, circa 1960s. From the original film canister notes: "Miscellaneous – tourists @ Butte/Anaconda, Sept 1966. Converter – Anaconda; Berkeley Pit, Butte; underground mines, Butte; gatehouse, Anaconda; casting opns; Berkeley Pit truck; converter casting; Anaconda; (color); first aid contest (Columbia Gardens) – 1967 – contests; winning teams & supervisors; presentation of certificates; Bill Smith, safety engineer (color) – first aid contest (1966) (same) hire ore pumps team; scoreboard high ore pumps; Mt. Con, steward 'A' electric shop, machine shop, boiler shop, Berkeley garage 'A', Berkeley garage 'B', steward 'B', Leonard, Mt. Con 'B' warehouse. Berkeley Pit 'B', engineers – samplers; Badger Mine; Kelley Mine apprenticeship training program – Butte (color), Butte mines & machine shop. Kirby Crowley, others; traffic; (color) – weed conc. Crossing; cor. Park & Main (Butte); road to concentrator (Anaconda); Continental Divide (Butte); Berkeley Pit traffic; safety personnel on driver training." (collection PAc 2008-102)
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