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President Taft Dedicating the Naval Training Station at Chicago, Il. (1911)

President Taft, with military pomp and splendor is seen dedicating the splendid naval training station at Chicago, the pride of the west. All the important details of the ceremony were ... See full summary »

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President Taft, with military pomp and splendor is seen dedicating the splendid naval training station at Chicago, the pride of the west. All the important details of the ceremony were taken with many views of the bead of the Nation. The ensemble is a large one, thousands of marines and military sailors and soldiers taking part in the elaborate, but solemn and impressive ceremony. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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2 December 1911 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy Percy, the Masher (1911). See more »

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