A Wolverines college football game held at University of Michigan. Crowd seated in the spectator area stands. Campus and athletic buildings in the background. Players at line of scrimmage. Slate indicates "Spark's drop kick scores for Michigan" (referring to Cliff Sparks). Another slate during the action reads "Michigan makes a clever forward pass." (Ferry Field Athletic Clubhouse at the east end of the field is seen in the background.) Includes views from field-level and from high up in bleachers.
A man driving an early model Fordson tractor from Ford Motor Company on a field. The man is plowing the field at Dearborn Michigan (Fair Lane - sometimes called Ford Farms) with the tractor.
Ford Motor Company employees move along roadway during a parade with sign 'Ford Patriotic rally' during World War 1. They carry banners along with British and American flags, as they move. '5000' formed of small stars appear. The text on signs reads: "This war is our business", "Put the Iron Cross on the man who 'double cross' ", "Hang the Spy", "Hell is too good for the Hun" and "There is no bridge over the Atlantic but there are thousands of Ford's boys". (World War i; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
The Commercial Airplane Reliability Tour for the Edsel B Ford Trophy at Ford Airport in Dearborn, Michigan. A map depicts the path to be followed by the aircraft through 11 cities, during the Commercial Airplane Reliability Tour for the Edsel B Ford Trophy, taking off at the Ford Airport in Dearborn, Michigan. Several people gathered on the airfield at night. Fireworks in the sky at Dearborn airfield. Radio airplane flights featured at the airfield.
Large group of spectators gathers at Ford airport, Dearborn, Michigan. A Ford-Stout 2-AT passenger and mail transport aircraft ,one of several having the name, "Maiden Dearborn" , which is written on its tail along with: "Ford Airport of Michigan." The Ford logo is painted on its fuselage, as is "U.S. Mail." The field is snow covered. Aircraft taxis out with"assistance" from well-meaning spectators who push on the empennage as the plane moves. The airplane taxis to end of field and takes off.
Testing of U.S. buzz bombs at Dearborn, Michigan. U.S. buzz bombs, duplicates of German V-1 bombs, being produced and fuselage is assembled at Toledo, Ohio. Jet engines are assembled at Dearborn, Michigan. Raymond Blough and Henry Ford II watch the operations. A static test of jet engine of U.S. buzz bombs. Fly-bys of U.S. buzz bombs.