Videotaping the ABC-TV "Discovery 64" Show outside Elias A. Brown (now J. R. Jones) General Store in Greenfield Village, November 1963

Summary

Discovery 64 was a half hour children's educational show on ABC. It explored history, science, art, current events and other subjects important in a child's world. In November 1963, the show filmed three programs at the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. Production set up in the museum's Street of Shops and at various locations in the village including Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory.

Discovery 64 was a half hour children's educational show on ABC. It explored history, science, art, current events and other subjects important in a child's world. In November 1963, the show filmed three programs at the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. Production set up in the museum's Street of Shops and at various locations in the village including Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory.

Technique

Gelatin silver process

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

J.R. Jones General Store

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