Teachers and students form a line as they enter Greefield Village on a field trip. Students in courtyard,with docent speaking to them. Students assembling in courtyard as they enter Greenfield Village. Group of students walking along sidewalk. Others passing the 17th Century Sussquehanna House. View of the 18th Century Secretary House, home of the first Secretary of State for New Hampshire. The 19th Century Greek Revival, Ann Arbor House, once occupied by Robert Frost. Students enter a Carding House, where spinning wheel and weaving are demonstrated.The Wright Brothers bicycle shop.The home of Noah Webster. A log building and McGuffey readers. Photo montage showing Clock Tower, winter scene with sled, and Mississippi river boat. Visitors,in the Ford Museum,look at cornerstone inscribed by Thomas Edison.Exhibits of home furnishings, silver (including Paul Revere collection) and pottery collections, in the museum.Little girls looking into a shop in the street of shops at the museum. Allegheny steam locomotive and numerous cars in transportation section of the museum. The Roper Steam carriage of 1863 and other historic vehicles.The first Aircraft guidance device. Exhibits illustrating the history of lighting. A hall of exhibits showing development of steam power.A nun in habit, with companion in the hall of wood and metal working machines. School children looking at exhbits of farm threshers and reapers. The clock tower of the Village.Visitors walking through the complex. Newspaper headline announces death of Henry Ford, at age 83, in 1947.Gravestone of Henry Ford showing birth of July 30, 1863 and death April 7, 1947. Negative image of Ford on his Quadricycle with Greenfield Village Clock Tower behind.
Founder of the Ford Motor Company Henry Ford's funeral in Dearborn, Michigan. Aerial view of residential areas, countryside and a large estate. Aerial view of Greenfield village and Ford Airport. Aerial view of highways and automobile traffic. Spectators lining a roadway.
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.
A film on the Commercial Airplane Reliability Tour for the Edsel B Ford Trophy, at Ford Airport in Dearborn, Michigan. Several aircraft parked in a row on the airfield during the Commercial Airplane Reliability Tour for the Edsel B Ford Trophy, at the Ford Airport in Dearborn, Michigan. 'Ford' written on the aircraft. A Ford arrives and is parked beside another vehicle. A few men beside the vehicle. Henry Ford, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and another man beside the Ford. Henry Ford and U.S. Senator Couzens walk to an aircraft. The men stand beside the tail of a Ford aircraft and talk. Number '4' written on the tail of the aircraft. 'Ford Airport' written on top of the entrance to one of the airport buildings. The men stand and talk under one of the wings of a Ford Trimotor.