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The Sloane Collection, no. 11 - Lions Club

Story Sloane, III

Silent | c. 1920s

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  •  The Lion Club, not to be confused with the lion's cub 
  •  Close up: the act of sewing 
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This footage captures scenes of a group of women sitting around a table sewing lampshades at a Lions Club clubhouse. Included are close-ups of embroidered trim being sewn on a lampshade and scenes of the full table of women sitting and sewing with their sewing boxes open in front of them. The footage is likely capturing scenes of a women’s group partnering with the Lions Club, possibly to make the lampshades to sell for charitable fundraising.