He arrived in Bloomington from Washington, Pennsylvania on October 9, and was inaugurated on October 29, Three days after he started writing he handed in a seventeen-page treatment of what was later known as "the Kansas sequence". By the end of the week he had finished writing fifty-six pages of the script and included instructions to film the scenes in Kansas in black and white. As Capshew makes clear, however, Wells enjoyed the social life of the university as much as the academic: They both won silver medals.
Lorway highlights the unintended consequences of this program, many of which ran counter to the goals of local and international policy makers and organizers.
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Three days after he started writing he handed in a seventeen-page treatment of what was later known as "the Kansas sequence".