Associates at work in a factory in Bedford, Ohio. Man works on a machine. Small sign board hanging from a cage reads 'Watch and Pray'. Group of people working in the factory. Picture of a girl in front of one of the associates. Workers works with wires on a flower vase. Picture of a female athlete on a swing.
Associates at work in a factory in Bedford, Ohio. Sign board reads 'Time is Short, Delivery of First Automatic Pilot'. Associate smoking a pipe works on a center less grinder. Sing in the background 'Quite Please, War Worker resting'.
Associates at work in a factory in Bedford, Ohio. Group of people work on machines inside a factory. Man writes numbers on a black board. Man smoking a cigarette listens to baseball news on radio. Goldfish aquarium placed on the radio. Sign on the aquarium reads 'One for All and All for One'.
Bedford County School in South Carolina, only for pupils of white origin. The school has clean compound, well built and finished school building. School buses dropping off students. Students sitting outside the school building. Students playing basketball and tennis on well furnished courts.
A new high capacity steam truck demonstrated at Bluefield in West Virginia, USA. The manufacturer's name, ' THE SENTINEL WAGGON WORKS LTD, SHREWSBURY, ENGLAND ' written on the truck. The loaded truck moves uphill. Additional information on this truck: This is the Sentinel S4 steam waggon, Number 9095. Built 1933 by Sentinel Waggon Works, Shrewsbury, England and exported as a demonstration vehicle to the USA with a works driver. Within a short time the vehicle was involved in an accident and overturned, requiring it to be returned to the UK. Many of the salvageable parts, especially those used to convert it to left hand drive were then fitted to a 6 wheel waggon No 9142 which was sent as a replacement. This vehicle was later purchased by the Pocahontas Coal Company of New Bedford. After a very short working life it was displayed at the Long Island Motor Museum, and Steamtown before being reaptriated to the UK in 2003.
James Boyd , personal butler to the Duke of Bedford arrives at airport accompanied by Duke Henry Robinson and his wife. Boyd bids farewell before leaving . He arrives in the United States via plane. He serves as butler to actress June Allyson. June Allyson accompanied by producer Ross Hunter cuts her birthday cake. Title of their forthcoming film, 'My Man Godfrey', written on the cake. Allyson eats cake from Hunter's hands. Boyd poses for the camera.