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Three U.S. warships of Cruiser Division 7 encounter rough seas near Cape Horn during voyage around South America

Three U.S. warships of the Atlantic Squadron's Cruiser Division 7, Commanded by Admiral Husband E. Kimmel, are seen making way through extremely rough seas off the Patagonian coast approaching Cape Horn. The Cruisers are sister ships: USS Tuscaloosa (CA-37), USS Quincy (CA-39) and Admiral Kimmel's Flagship, the USS San Francisco (CA-38). The Cruisers have slowed to 16 knots (from their usual 31K) due to the heavy seas. Waves are seen breaking over them as their bows plunge deep into the sea. The Tuscaloosa signals to the Flagship via blinker, that she is sustaining damage, including some loose plates. (Admiral Kimmel reportedly ordered all ships to further reduce speed to 10 knots.) Note: The footage was shot by cameraman lashed to bridge of the USS San Francisco.

Date: 1939, May 10
Duration: 2 min 16 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. Army Air Corps sends its XB-15 bomber with medical supples to assist victims of earthquake in chile.

Views of extreme destruction from an earthquake in Chile, on January 24, 1939, that killed 25 thousand and injured 40 thousand persons. Homeless people stand out side wreckage. Relief supplies that the U.S. Army Air Corps flew from Panama are seen. Since all Red Cross medical planes were already being used, U.S. President, Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered additional medical supplies to be transported on the U.S. Army Air Corps XB-15 bomber, a single prototype, operated by the 2nd Bombardment Group at Langley Field, Virginia. Views of pilot, Major Caleb V. Haynes, supervising the loading of supplies. With Major Haynes,at the controls, the XB-15 is seen taking off on its earthquake relief mission in February 1939. Later, it is seen landing back at Langley Field, Virginia, after completing its mission. (Note: For this exceptional flight, Major Haynes and his crew were awarded the MacKay Trophy, in 1939.)

Date: 1939, February
Duration: 58 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Students train at a bull fighting school in Caracas Venezuela

Aspiring matadors are seen swirling their capes at a bull ring in Caracas, Venezuela, while another student moves among them holding a set of bull's horns. Closeup of instructor speaking. Scene shifts to student working with a live bull, before spectators in the gallery. After a few moments, the bull tangles up the student matador's cape and he runs and jumps out of the ring into the spectator section. Other bull fighting personnel distract the bull as it runs around in the ring and jumps over the inner wall of the bull ring. Views of spectators applauding (possibly for the bull). Another student being roughed up by a bull as other men with capes hurry to distract the bull. Another student matador being bested by a bull that takes his cape and chases him. Audience members stand and cheer and wave kerchiefs. The next student seems quite confident, and kneels close to his bull as he employs his cape. But, suddenly, the bull pulls the cape from him, and he too must retreat

Date: 1955, September 5
Duration: 1 min 5 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Terrible earthquake devastates six provinces and kills thousands in Chillán, Chile.

Scenes of aftermath from an earthquake that devastated provinces near Chillan, Chile. Aerial view of devastated region of Chillán. A boy walks on debris. President of Chile, Pedro Aguirre Cerda (jn striped suit and dotted tie on left) seen walking with other government officials, priests, and officers to tour the devastation. People carry cartons and boxes of relief supplies from an airplane that has landed. Wreckage of buildings and houses. Soldiers inspect the debris and walk on rubble. Many destroyed buildings. People put their belongings in carts. Refugees seated outside with their belongings in the streets.

Date: 1939
Duration: 1 min 24 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: None
 
 
Massive destruction due to an earthquake in Chile, South America.

Earthquake in Chile, South America. Thousands of people are killed and houses destroyed as a result of an earthquake. Rubbled houses and buildings in the area. Soldiers walk through rubble. Men watch the destruction caused to an earthquake and walk through the debris.

Date: 1939, December 25
Duration: 20 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
View of various buildings like Capitol, Judiciary Building and White Frame House in Honolulu.

Various buildings in Honolulu. The Capitol of Honolulu and formerly the Palace of Queen Liliukalani. Large building on square. The Judiciary Building houses the courts and department of education. Statue in front of the building. Man poses in front of the statue. Traffic on road. Pedestrians on the roadside, trees and buildings in the background. First portable house ever made for in 1819 it was shipped via Cape Horn from New England for the use of the early missionaries. White Frame House. Building with columned porch.

Date: 1919
Duration: 2 min 19 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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