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Chevy Chase Maryland USA 1948 stock footage and images

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Truman Administration members and politicians play golf with celebrities near Washington DC.

Members of President Truman's administration and other politicians and celebrities play, with golfing professionals, at Columbia Country Club, Chevy Chase, Maryland, near Washington DC. Among the notables seen are: Margaret Truman, the President's daughter; General Omar Bradley; Senator Robert Taft; and singer-movie star, Bing Crosby, who sinks a putt and winks at the camera.

Date: 1948
Duration: 53 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
President Woodrow Wilson and Mrs. Wilson arrive to inaugurate military camp for training women of Chevy Chase, Washington.

President Woodrow Wilson and Mrs. Wilson arrive to inaugurate a military camp for training women of Chevy Chase, Washington. Women and military officers stand on the field. President and his wife arrive. They walk amidst the women and officers. They raise the flag.

Date: 1920
Duration: 1 min 49 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. Capitol Building, the Washington Monument, many landmarks and activities of people in Washington DC in the 1930s.

A film titled 'Dawn Strikes the Capitol Dome' depicts an impressionistic study of Washington DC on a typical day during the Great Depression in the mid 1930s. The U.S. Capitol Building. The Washington Monument. Vehicles driven on a street. A man crossing a wide street of Washington DC. Policemen control the traffic. A woman runs on a street. A horse drawn carriage on the street and a sign reads 'Thompson Dairy'. A man gets down from the dairy carriage to deliver milk bottles. Traffic on the streets. A woman sweeps a house. A man breaks apart a large ice block into smaller chunks. A man waters a garden. A train arrives at Union Station, with closeup view from tracks as locomotive comes to a halt just in front of the camera position. A Pullman car porter places a Pullman step stool on the ground and passengers exit the train. People board a street car or trolley car with sign indicating it is bound for Chevy Chase Maryland. A man in shabby clothing, possibly unemployed jobless seated on a pathway; he stands and walks off. People exit a city bus when it comes to a stop. Construction of a wide sidewalk and men at work building the sidewalk path. Equestrian statue of Ulysses Grant riding Cincinnati on Capitol Hill. A saddle goods and leather shop with a statue of a horse in front of the store. Construction of a building underway, and a steam shovel at work excavating. A Washington street and buildings on either side of the street. A sign reads 'Right Turn Now'. A policeman directs traffic. Elevated views of car and streetcar or trolley traffic on the streets of Washington DC. Another policeman controls the traffic. Many 1930s era automobiles are seen. Point of view shot from inside a moving streetcar or trolley on roads of Washington DC; view of street car driver and passengers riding in the street car. Civilians ride bicycles. A large wheel velocipede bike leans against a tree in the background. Men attached to ropes work trimming tops of a tree. Sport equestrian riders ride horses on a large green area with the Lincoln Memorial in the background. A person tees off a golf ball on the National Mall. A sign reads 'Do Not Talk to Guard'. Men dive off diving boards in a swimming pool. Children play and splash in the waters of the Columbus Fountain sculpture at Union Station. A sail boat underway on the Potomac River. A woman holds a pet parrot bird on her finger and talks to it. A sign reds 'Please Give The Garden A Chance' as a man walks right beside it. A man lying on grass beside the Potomac River. Brief view of the Lieutenant General George Washington equestrian statue at Washington Circle.

Date: 1936
Duration: 4 min 1 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
General Motors guidelines for maintaining private cars during World War II, when none were manufactured in the U.S.A.

General Motors film entitled: "It's up to US," explains how to maintain private cars during World War 2, when all manufacturers switched to production of war materiel. Bugler, in U.S. Army uniform, blows reveille. Montage of American scenes, including homes and gardens; mountains; forests and lumberjacks felling a tree; an oil well gusher spewing crude oil; open pit mining operations; Niagara falls; flock of sheep grazing; workers picking cotton and it being delivered to a processing plant by horse-drawn wagon; a large timber log being cut into boards in a lumber mill; steel being manufactured for the war effort; a woman housewife or homemaker saving foods in a refrigerator in a vintage 1940s kitchen; a man cutting his lawn; a woman vacuuming her carpet; a woman taking clothes from a washing machine; a farmer plowing with a tractor; automobiles on American road and in parking lot of a defense plant. A driver with worn and dented 1938 Chevrolet Coupe car parked in front of a home is assisted by another who drives up behind him in a 1941 Oldsmobile and gives him a push. Sign at a Chevrolet service garage reading: "Official O.P.A. Tire Inspection Station." A 1942 Chevrolet 2-door fastback car drives into the garage. Mechanic greets driver and begins routine service, including: adding distilled water to battery; draining oil from car up on hydraulic lift. Scene shifts to a mechanic lubricates fittings on a 1937 Chevy on a lift at a gas station. Scene reverts to the earlier garage where mechanic drains cooling system, and refills it. The mechanic removes the carburetor and services it on a bench. He checks distributor rotor and makes compression checks. He cleans and re-gaps spark plugs, and checks tires and brakes. Cars driving on a town street. Mechanic aligning wheels on 1941 Chevrolet. Animated illustrations of tire wear from alignment problems. Servicing air in tire of 1942 2-door Chevy. More animated illustrations of tire problems. Illustrated explanation of rotation for bias tires.

Date: 1943
Duration: 8 min 16 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Images recorded from chase plane during the first powered flight of an X-15 Rocket Plane, at Edwards Air Force Base, California

Photograpy from an airborne chase plane, on the occasion of the first powered flight of an X-15 rocket plane. A Lockheed F-104 Starfighter chase plane seen flying in the contrails of the NASA B-52 mothership (NB-52A,52-003) flown by pilots Bock and Allovie, An F-100D fighter flies slightly ahead of the B-52. The X-15, 56-6671, with Scott Crossfield, in the cockpit, is cradled under the B-52's right wing. View from the photo chase plane, as it pulls closer to the B-52. The X-15 and leading F-100 chase plane are clearly visible. The camera plane has dropped back and the X-15 releases, from the B-52 mothership, as its rocket engines simultaneously ignite. It drops and accelerates below and in front of the B-52. It stays below momentarily, without leaving a contrail. Then it accelerates and climbs rapidly out of sight. Sunlight glares as two chase planes are seen.

Date: 1959, September 17
Duration: 1 min 37 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Propaganda film depicts dream sequence of Communist martial law imposed on a typical American town

Propaganda film made for the U.S. Defense Department during Cold War, entitled “Freedom and You.” Opening scene shows a typical town in the United States, except that soldiers are patrolling and sandbags and barbed wire fencing are seen in places. Narrator, Jack Webb, approaches the camera with comment: “Frightening isn’t it.” Overview of the town. Views through barbed wire of an armed soldier and local people. Ordinary automobile traffic on the street. (Narrator suggests that this town could created somewhere in the Soviet Union to teach young Communists about the United States.) View inside an ice cream parlor with soda jerk serving customers. Numerous views typical of what one would find in an American town: Inside a bank; White Church steeple seen through trees; men conversing in ice cream parlor; inside of a super market; (Communist civilian chatting with soldier near barbed wire fence); a baseball game; A tray of hot dogs; school building with students outside; (Teacher inside discussing explosives and listening devices.) Teacher and students in chemistry lab; Slate identifies film title: “Freedom and You.” Boy playing with his dog is chastised by his mother; Young couple conversing over car with open hood; Man going to work kisses his daughter; Men at work in a machine shop; An airmen, marines, and a woman at a table on an air base; KC-97 aerial refueling aircraft in background; Young couple sitting in hotrod car watching as a man races a Chevy Corvette car on the runway. Group at the table give woman timing report; A single engine Beechcraft airplane on the runway; Young couple kiss in front of a M101 105mm howitzer sitting in a building; They speak with an Army officer about postponing his active duty. More views of machine shop; Family at dinner saying goodnight to small children; Father talking with small boy wearing Cub Scout cap; Film is interrupted with a dream sequence showing Communist Martial law imposed on the town. Effects are shown in small vignettes of ordinary life. The machine shop now displays a sign with the day’s production quota. Children being packed to go away to a State School. Father rebels and is seized by military guards. The church is closed for worship, and now houses a Soviet museum. Father stands trial before a military court for rebelling against the Communist State. Family testifies against him. He is sentenced to be shot. He gives impassioned speech about freedom. He is hauled into a room and is shot by a soldier with a pistol. Film ends as he wakes from his nightmare and finds everything back to normal.

Date: 1962
Duration: 48 min 48 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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