[Boeing executives Edgar Gott and Army officials with unidentified aircraft, circa 1910s-1920s]
Film footage of Boeing executives and Army officials with an unidentified aircraft, Camp Lewis, Washington, circa 1910s-1920s. The footage begins with two men, likely Boeing executives William E. Boeing and Edgar Gott, speaking with a pilot. The next scene takes place in an office, with Gott speaking to a secretary. The final scene features Gott speaking with Army officials, identified in the title card as Lieutenant Tyndall, General Patrick, and Major Darque, as they examine an aircraft. The title card credits the footage as an official Boeing film, created by JACOBS.
Several title cards appear throughout the footage:
00:00:20 - "Boeing Airplane Company, Seattle. Confer before flight. Film by JACOBS."
00:00:46 - "Group - left to right: E. N. Gott, Boeing Airplane Co. Lieut. Tyndall. Gen. Patrick. Maj. Darque."
00:01:08 - "The General confers with Boeing officials."
The footage is in black-and-white and is silent. The first portion of the film is damaged.
Label on container: "Boeing Film. 'Army Reps at Camp Lewis.'"