Pedestrian and street car traffic at intersection of a street in Detroit, Michigan (1920). View of road with hairpin curves (1916). Views of City Street with pedestrians, buses and automobile traffic in Detroit, Michigan (1929). Heavy automobile traffic on Miller Road in Detroit, Michigan (1929).
Documentary titled 'The Ford Age'. Parked 1920s Ford automobiles. The First Ford Plant. Viewed through doorway an early model Ford automobile. Henry Ford drives a quadricycle, early Ford car model.
In Detroit Financial District, people in front of First State Bank Building at 751 Griswold at Lafayette in Detroit, Michigan. (The building was designed by Albert Kahn and Corrado Parducci, and later housed the Olde Discount Corporation). Interior of First State Bank Building, Detroit. Street view of First National Building under construction at 660 Woodward Avenue in Detroit (for First National Bank and other tenants). Automobile traffic on streets of Detroit. People leave Sweetest Heart of Mary, Roman Catholic Church, located on Russell Street at the corner of East Canfield avenue, in a historic Polish parish. (The neighborhood at the time was predominantely Polish.) In the distance is another Polish parish and Saint Josaphat Church located on East Canfield at the corner of Hastings Street (which is now the I 75 freeway). Heavy traffic on a main boulevard. Children play in playground on swings and slides. People and pigeons in a park. Heavy traffic on a street. Large crowd on shore and others in canoes in water at Belle Isle. Crowd streams through gate at dock to board the steamship ferry "Columbia" of the Detroit, Belle Isle and Windsor Ferry Company, with sign "Bob-Lo Route" on the side. Boblo Steamship SS Columbia (designed by Frank Kirby) filled with passengers underway on the Detroit River bound for Bob-Lo Island in Ontario Canada.
A baseball game being played at Navin Field, in Detroit, Michigan. Based on the uniforms, the size of the crowd, and the action seen in the clip, this is very likely the second game of a doubleheader played by the Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox May 30, 1916, on the holiday then known as Decoration Day (now Memorial Day). Clip opens with shots of one White Sox player, two Tigers players hitting. Camera pans across packed stands. Tigers outfielder and Hall of Famer Ty Cobb (with split grip on bat) reaches out to get a hit. White Sox catcher Ray Schalk removes mask, gets ready for throw. Detroit player tries to score; Schalk receives the ball, applies the tag. Umpire's call is difficult to discern. Action shifts to an overhead view. Three White Sox players score on a hit, the last one sliding past an attempted tag by Detroit catcher Oscar Stanage. Detroit pitcher Harry Coveleski gets final out of the inning. Detroit player reaches first base on infield error. The next batter pokes a ball over first baseman for a single. Other Tigers players hit. The Tigers would win this game 9-8.
Disabled veterans get into ambulances in Detroit, Michigan. Veterans board and get out of train. Women offer them donuts from baskets. Veterans get into ambulance. Civil war cannon in a snowy field. Disabled veterans get out of ambulance and enter hospital. Nurses caring patients in hospital ward. A patient at bed draws. Nurses massage patient's hands and arms. Therapists use machines for patients.
Gymnasts, patients exercise, and are helped to exercise by therapists and other patients in Detroit, Michigan. Patient has limb prosthesis fitted by worker. Patient tries on prosthetic artificial leg. One legged patient on crutches, sits on bench. Man with artificial leg walks using cane.