Directors of Photography:
Library and Archives Canada: 16mm, VHS, Betacam.
"The Canadian woolens industry from sheep to cloth and wearing apparel. Footage includes: shots of sheep grazing in a field; wool being graded according to length and coarseness of the fibre; detailed description of how wool is processed - washing, dying, air drying, finishing; being put through strength tests and quality control for colour fastness."
"Business in Motion: Films of Current Interes," Canadian Business 24 (February 1951): 104.
"The camera follows the successive steps in the making of woollen cloth and blankets, from shearing of sheeps on distant farms to preparation of the virgin wool, weaving and finishing. The film demonstrates how native Canadians and immigrants have developped skills needed in turning out fine quality woollens, like those made in the Ayers plant at Lachute."