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CIRCA 1939 - Men and women in Victorian swimwear walk through snowdrifts in a Mount Hood, Oregon forest and have a snowball fight.
CIRCA 1939 - In this animated film, owls, parrots, and ostriches are seen at a zoo as well as a jail bird and stool pigeon.
CIRCA 1939 - At the Oregon Institute of Technology, an instructor demonstrates the power of a generator with voltage high enough to raise hair.
CIRCA 1939 - Girls sell food and drinks out of food carts in Harlem.
CIRCA 1939 - In this animated film, two dogs finally get the best of a magician's rabbit who's been tormenting them.
CIRCA 1930s - The German army parading in front of Hitler to gloat over their recent destruction and occupation of Warsaw, Poland in 1939.
CIRCA 1939 - In this Frank Capra documentary narrated by Walter Huston, German and Russian military leaders confer in a conquered Poland.
CIRCA 1939 - A period piece is shot on a Hollywood back lot. The major film studios are shown.
CIRCA 1939 - A Frenchman leads a calisthenics class for native youth in Cayenne.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison labor is used to farm Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - A black nurse gives a shot to black patients in Georgia.
CIRCA 1939 - Water is thrown into a prisoner's cell on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - A Frenchman leads a calisthenics class for native youth in Cayenne.
CIRCA 1939 - A nurse makes a house call in rural Georgia to give a woman a shot, then packs her medical bag.
CIRCA 1939 - In this western film, spectators enjoy watching cowboys in a rodeo.
CIRCA 1939 - Ships bearing supplies arrive at Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - After leaving class, students walk along campus paths at Tuskegee Institute.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison laborers receive only a handful of water during their day working on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison labor is used to transport myriad vehicles across Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Devil's Island inmates carry a sick man to the infirmary.
CIRCA 1939 - Prisoners are gathered for a head count on Devil's Island, and doctors work in the infirmary.
CIRCA 1939 - A white nurse and doctor give a black woman a shot.
CIRCA 1939 - Hitler is on hand to proudly watch the christening and launching of the Tirpitz battleship (narrated in 1944).
CIRCA 1939 - Prison labor is used to farm the land on Devil's Island, while one prisoner paints a religious mural.
CIRCA 1939 - Author Rene Belbenoit writes about his time on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - A freed convict on Devil's Island goes to the prison store to buy new clothes.
CIRCA 1939 - A white doctor checks a black man's blood pressure.
CIRCA 1939 - A mobile health clinic drives through a rural part of Georgia.
CIRCA 1939 - Dr. George Washington Carver prunes plants as he sits by the "Lifting the Veil" monument to Booker T. Washington at Tuskegee University.
CIRCA 1939 - A lecturer teaches students about geography at the HBCU Dillard University.
CIRCA 1939 - A black girl is seen by a doctor in a segregated clinic in Georgia.
CIRCA 1939 - Prisoners sleep, work, and eat on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Students enter and exit buildings at HBCU Dillard University.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison labor is used to build ships and make other objects out of wood on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Prisoners in the infirmary on Devil's Island play cards, read newspapers, and eat. One is shackled to his bed.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison guards and natives dock at Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Governor Chot-Plassot meets with prisoners exiled to Devil's Island, and inspects their living quarters and food.
CIRCA 1939 - African-American students take notes during a lecture at Dillard University.
CIRCA 1939 - Exteriors of HBCU Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana.
CIRCA 1939 - A black nurse makes house calls in rural Georgia, while other black children are brought to a public health clinic run by a white doctor.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison laborers receive only a handful of water during their day working on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Prisoners are kept in solitary on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Guianians go boating and canoeing around the Salvation Islands.
CIRCA 1939 - Lifting the Veil, the monument to Booker T. Washington, stands on the campus of Tuskegee University.
CIRCA 1939 - Dr. George Washington Carver walks out of a building at Tuskegee University with his protege Austin Curtis.
CIRCA 1939 - Black patients talk cheerfully while waiting to be seen at a public health clinic in Georgia.
CIRCA 1939 - A nurse makes a house call in rural Georgia to give a woman a shot.
CIRCA 1939 - New arrivals at Devil's Island have their fingerprints and photographs taken before getting locked up.
CIRCA 1939 - Senegalese troops are inspected by French officers on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison guards and their wives pick bananas on Devil's Island, and prisoners row boats off the shore.
CIRCA 1939 - Guards gather prisoners in the exercise yard on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Students and professors mill about the campus of Tuskegee Institute.
CIRCA 1939 - Prisoners sleep, work, and eat on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Dr. George Washington Carver leaves his home on the campus of Tuskegee University.
CIRCA 1939 - A freed convict on Devil's Island goes to the prison store to buy new clothes.
CIRCA 1939 - Prisoners on Devil's Island wake up, put away their mosquito nets, and are served coffee and breakfast.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison labor is used to build irrigation ditches and other projects on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison doctors work in the infirmary on Devil's Island, and a chemist works in the nearby lab.
CIRCA 1939 - A doctor checks on prisoners held on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Prisoners on Devil's Island wake up, put away their mosquito nets, and are served coffee and breakfast.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison labor is used to transport myriad vehicles across Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - African-American patients line up outside a mobile health clinic in Darien, Georgia.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison guards gather for a meeting on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Students flirt at Tuskegee University.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison guards get water from a well and visit a cemetery on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Prisoners are gathered for a head count on Devil's Island, and doctors work in the infirmary.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison guards and natives dock at Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison labor is used to farm Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - African-American students take notes during a lecture at Dillard University.
CIRCA 1939 - Guianians go boating and canoeing around the Salvation Islands.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison labor is used to operate a telegraph station on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison guards and their wives pick bananas on Devil's Island, and prisoners row boats off the shore.
CIRCA 1939 - Prison labor is used for logging on Devil's Island.
CIRCA 1939 - Governor Chot-Plassot arrives at Devil's Island.
DANIELSON CONNECTICUT-1939: The Doctor Is Picking Up The Correct Me dicing For The Patient In The Pharmacy
CIRCA 1939 - Hitler addresses a large outdoor crowd, explaining how he has made Germany great.
CIRCA 1939 - Train conductor Porky Pig is able to evade a fast locomotive but has trouble with a stubborn cow eating on the tracks.
CIRCA 1939 - Miss Michigan is crowned the winner of Miss America.
CIRCA 1939 - People ride the bus or walk the sidewalks in Harlem.
CIRCA 1939 - Army tanks drive through old buildings and barriers in Verdun, France.
CIRCA 1939 - Military vehicles are loaded onto the USS Chateau Thierry, and soldiers board the troop transport in San Francisco, California.
CIRCA 1939 - Nazi soldiers drive through Czech city streets, lined with cheering crowds.
CIRCA 1939 - A bicycle race takes place on the streets of Chicago, Illinois.
CIRCA 1939 - US Army Air Force pilots in training fly over March Field, California.
CIRCA 1939 - Canadian servicemen are called to action when Lord Tweedsmuir announces that Canada will aid Britain in the fight against Nazi Germany.
CIRCA 1939 - The New York Housing Authority builds public housing in Queensbridge.
CIRCA 1939 - People inspect the wreckage of a deadly plane crash in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
CIRCA 1939 - Kids play in the fountain of Harlem River Housing in New York City.
CIRCA 1939 - Finnish industry, particularly logging, kicks up in wartime.
CIRCA 1939 - Finnish industry and the armed forces answer the call to fight back against the Soviets.
CIRCA 1939 - US Army Air Force pilots in training fly through the clouds.
CIRCA 1939 - John D. Rockefeller Jr. gives a speech on the importance of man's liberties as individual, and drives the last rivet in.
CIRCA 1939 - The West Point Black Knights football team practices.
CIRCA 1939 - Cops and firemen talk on a Harlem street, and a fire truck backs up.
CIRCA 1939 - Polish soldiers carry their wounded to a field hospital, where nurses treat and feed them.
CIRCA 1939 - After Canada declares war on Nazi Germany in order to aid Britain, recruits arrive at Canadian military bases.
CIRCA 1939 - Lucky Sweepstakes winners pose, smiling, with their families across American cities.
CIRCA 1939 - Shanghai roads are badly flooded, making transportation difficult.
CIRCA 1939 - The Yankee Clipper takes off from Baltimore, Maryland for a trans-Atlantic flight.
CIRCA 1939 - Secretary Morgenthau oversees an assistant being sworn in to the Treasury Department.
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