A Pan American Clipper, Boeing 314, Seaplane, descends and lands at Baltimore Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland. It ties up at the Municipal Airport (Harbor Field) Seaplane facility dock, and its crew disembarks.
The Boeing-314 Yankee Clipper also known as the flying Hotel or Boat docked at the Pan American Base in Florida. Crew officials dressed in uniforms pose for camera. Clipper takes off for a transatlantic flight to Azores and Europe. Many gather to bid farewell.March 1939.
The new giant Pan American World Airways 'Atlantic Clipper' (Boeing 314) christened in Blatimore, Maryland. The second 7-1-pass seaplane for ocean service, the 'Atlantic Clipper' outside a hangar. A large crowd gathered for the ceremony. The seated guests. Pan American World Airways founder Juan Trippe addresses the gathering. U.S. Senator Millard Tydings and his wife, and Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr. seated among the guests. The Clipper is christened by Mrs. Tydings. Dignitaries board the aircraft.
The Baltimore Colts and Los Angeles Rams play a game of football at Baltimore Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore continues its headlong gallop towards the Western Division title. Huge crowd gathered to watch the match.
Baltimore riots in the wake of Martin Luther King's assassination in 1968. A busload of men, arrested during rioting in Baltimore, are bused to the Baltimore City Courthouse, on Calvert Street, where they unload, single-file, with hands held over their heads, and enter the courthouse, under armed guard by Federal (or Federalized) troops. Spectators fill the sidewalks to watch the goings on. Brief closeup of soldier wearing helmet and carrying rifle with fixed bayonet. Soldiers form a cordon around the line of prisoners as they walk into the courthouse. Two civilian officials follow the prisoners into the courthouse. Closeup of a Baltimore City policeman holding a Remington 870 Police Magnum shotgun. He smiles for the camera. Army troops are in the background. Closeup of the bus with some prisoners at the windows (apparently having reboarded the bus). Army troops begin moving spectators away from the courthouse entrance.
U.S. President Harry S. Truman dedicates Friendship International Airport in Anne Arundel County Maryland, United States, south of Baltimore. Aerial view of the new airport. A sign on a terminal building reads 'Friendship International Airport'. President Truman disembarks from an aircraft together with Baltimore Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro, Jr., and is greeted by officials. He reviews an honor guard. A crowd seated during the dedication ceremony. The President speaks into a microphone and gives a short address (sound is present in clip for this portion). (The airport was later renamed Baltimore/Washington International Airport, and subsequently, Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. Also known as BWI.)