New York State Police, 1940

State Police activities at the Troy Barracks in Troy, NY, during the 1940s directed by Captain J.M. Keely. Segments include: "Trained Police a National Asset," "Machine Gun Practice," "Tracer Bullets," "Teaching Young America Safety," "Bloodhounds on the Trail," "Why the Horse Is Essential," and "Specially Trained Men and Horses."
Date Original
New York State Archives. New York (State). Division of State Police. Motion picture film and videotapes, approximately 1930-1980. 22427-11, Box 4.;16mm; color; silent
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