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Mother and daughter shopping at a vegetable market stall
Mother and daughter buying vegetables at a market stall
A 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)
Buildings, including St Paul's Cathedral, burn during the Second Great Fire of London in December of 1940. (1940s)
CIRCA 1930 - In the 1930s, transportation is starting to move faster.
Seeing Paris part four, scenes of Avenue du Bois and the Eiffel Tower. (1910s)
CIRCA 1930 - Families in the 1930s deal with money, finances and budgets. Good shots of 1935 Chicago, Illinois.
Senior woman and young boy
St Paul's Cathedral burns in the Second Great Fire of London in December of 1940. (1940s)
Churchgoers leave a Episcopal service, and patrons stand in front of a movie theater in Doylestown, PA in the 1950s. (1950s)
Senior woman in wheelchair gets hugs
CIRCA 1960 - Computers assist in calculations and applied mathematics in 1961.
CIRCA 1980 - Air force training film teaches F4 jet pilots how and when to eject from an airplane.
Martin Luther King comments on John Kennedy\xCDs legislation in 1963 (1960s)
A narrator in the 1960s explains that George Orwell\xCDs 1984 was used as a propagandist tool. (1960s)
The Brussels World\xCDs Fair features a cable car sky ride, the American Pavilion and the Atomium building in 1958. (1950s)
Woman pushing grandchildren on swing
Footage of troops and tanks of the civil war in China in 1948, and Mao Tse Tung speaking to delegates at an assembly. (1940s)
Electroshock therapy, tub treatment, and the wet pack treatment are forms of therapy given to PTSD patients at the army\xCDs General Hospital. (1940s)
Lockheed Corporation\xCDs industrial plant in the 1940s in machinists making airplane parts from sheet metal using a hydro press. (1940s)
CIRCA 1960s - A narrator in the 1960s explains that George Orwell\xCDs 1984 was used as a propagandist tool.
Underground press publications show how to build bombs and a model of an office with a businesswomen getting blown up are all shown in 1976. (1970s)
A deaf child works with a nun on improving his hearing in the 1950s. (1950s)
Seeing London part one, scenes of Westminster and Whitehall. (1920s)
Italians make wool from cow\xCDs milk, in 1937. (1930s)
Nighttime scenes of Virginia Street, the Reno Arch, Harold\xCDs Club, and the Nevada Club, in Reno, Nevada. (1950s)
Betty teaches dance to the girls at Dobber\xCDs Finishing School, and Bud, in search for another piano to tune, gets sent to tune on at the school. (1940s)
The Wounded Knee Massacre Monument, Camp Funston and St. Mary\xCDs Chapel are shown at Fort Riley, Kansas, in the 1950s. (1950s)
CIRCA 1940 - WW2 rough silent film clip of the Japanese bombing of the U.S.S. Franklin.
CIRCA 1950 - Toys are packaged and shipped from a factory in the 1950s.
CIRCA 1930 - New driving styles in the 1930s necessitate improved brakes and braking.
CIRCA 1950 - Assembly line workers make toys in a factory in the 1950s.
CIRCA 1940 - A British family goes by train to the seaside in 1949.
CIRCA 1950 - This 1950s film explains how best to use films in the classroom curriculum.
Mao Tse-tung, with troops and fanfare, proclaims the birth of the People\xCDs Republic of China on October 1, 1949. (1940s)
Martin Luther King discusses the manipulation of voter\xCDs rights in the South in 1963. (1960s)
The Tulsa Planning Commission helps ensure the diversification of Tulsa\xCDs industries. (1950s)
A mother gives her crying baby a toy, which comes to life in front of the baby\xCDs eyes. (1940s)
Martinez California\xCDs local high school football team practices in 1927. (1920s)
Senior woman playing with grandchildren
Woman in wheelchair with grandchildren
CIRCA 1960s - A narrator in the 1960s explains how the Nazi\xCDs used film to spread Anti-American propaganda, and fight breaks out at a Nazi rally in Madison Square Garden.
A member of the police assault team responsible for killing Fred Hampton, Black Panther, in 1970 explains and walks through his version of the event. (1970s)
Scenes from Virginia Street in Reno, Nevada. (1950s)
Cables cars travel on Market Street and aerial shots of San Francisco in the 1930s. (1930s)
The rigger\xCDs pledge and paratroopers parachute to the ground in the 1960s. (1960s)
Intelligence concerns regarding Soviet missile strength and CIA\xCDs progress with guided missiles are raised by Senator John F. Kennedy in the 1959. (1970s)
Carl Duckett explains the progress of the CIA\xCDs knowledge of Soviet weapons and missiles from the late 1950s to the early 1970s. (1970s)
Mike\xCDs father wakes him up from his nightmare. (1940s)
After years of living in Passaic, New Jersey, and Kadka working at the textile factory, the Breznac family can\xCDt live on Kadka\xCDs wage, so their 14 year old daughter Vera must start work. (1920s)
Joseph Stalin\xCDs Five Year Plan increases Russian production in factories and mining and a worker gets a medal, becoming a stakhanovite, in 1941. (1920s)
Eleanor Holms and a synchronized swimming team at the Aquacade at the New York World\xCDs Fair 1939. (1930s)
Children walk along the left side of the shoulder on a country road, and a boy reminds his father to get out of the car on passenger\xCDs side in the 1950s. (1950s)
Lockheed Corporation\xCDs drafting room, and designers in the 1940s in penciling out prototypes and sketches of airplane parts, and layouts of the interior and exterior sections of a plane. (1940s)
A beautiful Japanese temple lying along the coastline of Japan\xCDs biggest island, Honshu in the 1940s. (1930s)
A continual stream of young children on up flood out of a schoolhouse\xCDs doors, Martinez, California in 1927. (1920s)
Iraq National Museum, Baghdad, Iraq - 2002 - The Golden Bull Lyre of Ur c. 2450 BC (Code: IM 8694). Zoom out from a bearded Bull\xCDs head decorating a lyre inlaid with mother of pearl and gold.
CIRCA 1940 - Fire is our friend, in the 1940\xCDs. Boys build a campfire to prove it.
CIRCA 1950 - This 1950\xCDs film explains how best to use films in the classroom curriculum.
CIRCA 1950 - This 1950\xCDs film explains how best to use films in the classroom curriculum.
A promotion for morning and midnight shows at Reade\xCDs St. James Theatre and Reade\xCDs Paramount Theatre. (1930s)
An advertisement for a theatre\xCDs April Fool\xCDs \xEFMidnite Screening\xCD. (April)
Shots of the exterior of Salvador Dali\xCDs aquarium at the New York World\xCDs Fair in the 1930s. (1930s)
Women swim and perform in Salvador Dali\xCDs aquarium at the New York World\xCDs Fair in the 1930s. (1930s)
Penguins swim and eat at Admiral Byrd\xCDs Penguin Island at the New York World\xCDs Fair in the 1930s. (1930s)
A dog is showcased at the Admiral Byrd\xCDs Penguin Island show at the New York World\xCDs Fair in the 1930s. (1930s)
Nathaniel Hawthorne\xCDs Clifford eavesdrops on a conversation between Jaffrey Pyncheon and Aunt Hepzibah\xCDs at the House of Seven Gables in Massachusetts. (Natha)
An African tribesman revives a man at the Dugong\xCDs show at the New York World\xCDs Fair in the 1930s. (1930s)
Attractions and Children\xCDs World at the New York World\xCDs Fair 1939. (1930s)
Frank Buck\xCDs Jungleland at the New York World\xCDs Fair 1939. (1930s)
Senior woman and two young boys at laptop
CIRCA 1910 - The lumber industry in America in 1920.
CIRCA 1910 - The lumber industry in America in 1920.
CIRCA 1910 - The workings of a lumber mill in 1920.
CIRCA 1910 - The lumber industry in America in 1920.
CIRCA 1910 - Good footage of men cutting down trees with axes and saws in 1920.
CIRCA 1910 - The lumber industry in America in 1920.
CIRCA 1910 - The lumber industry in America in 1920.
CIRCA 1910 - The lumber industry in America in 1920.
CIRCA 1910 - Log rolling championships of 1920.
CIRCA 1940 - A little girl sees a fire break out and calls the fire department and engines respond.
CIRCA 1910 - Log rolling championships of 1920.
CIRCA 1940 - As part of a laboratory experiment a scientist lights a doll on fire.
Workers set up the Brussels World\xCDs Fair in 1958. (1950s)
The United States Air Force Band plays music to open the Brussels World\xCDs Fair in 1958. (1950s)
Visitors to the Brussels World\xCDs Fair look around inside the American Pavilion in 1958. (1950s)
Uniformed female guides explain displays to visitors in the American Pavilion at the Brussels World\xCDs Fair in 1958. (1950s)
The Image Intensification Unit is used to improve night vision in night goggles, the pocket scope, and driver\xCDs viewer. (1970s)
Gold Hill and Contractor\xCDs Hill are seen inside the Panama Canal in 1912. (1910s)
A farmhand driving a tractor is engaged to the farmer\xCDs daughter who gives him an apple before they both go inside to have lunch with her mother in 1942. (1940s)
Mom serves food and the farmer\xCDs daughter sets the table as a farmhand washes his hands and, with tuberculosis in the air, they prepare for lunch in 1942.\xE6 (1940s)
A schoolboy receives his driver\xCDs license in the mail and shows it to his mom, dad and grandfather on their farm in 1959. (1950s)
A storm is tracked in the system dispatcher\xCDs office of Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company and troubleshooters and dayshift linemen go to work in 1957. (1950s)
A highway patrolman visits a family at a picnic table and he shares accident reports with the young son who just got his driver\xCDs license in 1959. (1950s)
A man introduces an Asian exhibition at the New York World\xCDs Fair in the 1930s. (1930s)
A variety of people drink from water fountains at the New York World\xCDs Fair in the 1930s. (1930s)
A group of women called Son Worshippers lounge and frolic in bikinis at the New York World\xCDs Fair in the 1930s. (1930s)
A group of women called Son Worshippers lounge and frolic in bikinis at the New York World\xCDs Fair in the 1930s (1930s)
Various shot of children and rides at the New York World\xCDs Fair in the 1930s. (1930s)
Olga the Headless girl is tended to by a nurse at the New York World\xCDs Fair in the 1930s. (1930s)
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