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sd01:29CIRCA 1960s - Marilyn Monroe dies at age 36 in August, 1962 after leading a glamorous and tumultuous life.
sd00:12Extreme Winds As Hurricane Hits. Eyewall of hurricane slams into town with extreme winds and heavy rain
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sd00:52An airplane takes off. The pilots communicate with their base constantly in the 1950s. (1950s)
sd01:30Theoretical physicists of the twentieth century, Albert Einstein, and J. Robert Oppenheimer continue to explore the relationship of time and space in the 1950s. (1950s)
sd00:32Archival footage shows American suffragettes marching and campaigning for their rights (narrated in 1961). (1960s)
sd00:07A medium shot of a beautiful and realistic animation of a 8 week unborn in the womb. Intricate workings combined with a shallow depth of field provide a soft but detailed tone for this artistic shot.
sd00:581930s: Construction workers erect the world\x90s tallest building in New York City in the 1930s
sd01:291960s - The wonders of the newly invented remote control are displayed along with wonderfully corny shots of a model displaying a retro television set.
sd00:46Footage shot from an airplane gives an aerial view of the mushroom cloud accompanying an atomic bomb test off the Bikini Islands in 1946. (1940s)
sd02:361960s - The dramatic countdown to the launch of the Friendship 7 rocket of the Mercury Project.
sd00:45CIRCA 1930s - Boy scouts start a fire, set up tents, cook and sleep, in a camp, in North Kansas City, Missouri, in 1933.
sd00:30Footage of the first successful airplane flight by the Wright Brother in 1903, Kittyhawk, North Carolina, in an American broadcast about the history of aviation (1900s)
sd00:41Coretta Scott King and Arlo Guthrie speak to the crowd at the March on Washington in the 1960s. (1960s)
sd01:281920s: Immigrants arriving at Ellis Island are examined by United States Public Health Service doctors, in 1938.
sd00:08A clip of Charlie Chaplin in the silent film, Easy Street in 1920s, shows Charlie trying to free someone\xCDs head from inside a lamppost. (1920s)
sd00:091960s - Henry Ford stands beside a steam engine in this excerpt from the film 'Henry Ford's Mirror On America'.