A factory site. Signboard reads 'Kearn Tin Insulation Work' outside the factory. A man stacks tin containers. Two men pull a drum over a plank. Sheriff's men arrive at the site firing handguns (dramatization). Holes in window panes due to firing. Three men from factory come out with their hands-up. Federal prohibition agents and local law enforcement pull down tin siding around the factory. They break hose pipes and smash other machinery used in the illegal liquor still. An agent punctures holes in the piled tin containers filled with bootleg moonshine. Liquor gushes from the punctured tins
The production of aircrafts in the United States during World War II. Belleville Michigan: grid construction of probably the Willow Run plant by the Ford motor company for making the Consolidated B-24 Liberator. Downey California: airplane assembly line at the Vultee Airplane plant. Worker wearing a mask as he works. Front of the plane being carried. Workers work on different parts of the aircraft. Burbank California: assembly lines at the Lockheed aircraft corporation. Bodies of the bomber aircraft in a row. Workers work on the production line of the Lockheed bomber. The Lockheed P-38 lightning aircraft being assembled. The Lockheed P-38 lightning aircraft taxis in front of the aircraft stationed. Aircraft in flight.
Adolf Hitler's fighter plane, Messerschmidt 110 in a hangar, Downey, California. It gets a thorough inspection at the Vultee plant. Men in the cockpit of the plane inspect it. Other men watch.
Men working inside a factory in Downey, California. Interior of the airplane factory. Men engaged in construction of different parts of the airplanes. Semi completed airplanes in the factory. Men working to complete the planes. An airplane takes off.
Workers at Vultee Plant assemble various parts of Vultee BT-13 planes in Downey CA. Assembly of wings can be seen. Workers work at main frame of plane and attach it to motored rotor blades. A completed BT-13 exits the assembly line out in open for testing.June 1941.
The Games of the X Olympiad held in Los Angeles, California. Women participate in the springboard diving contest during the summer olympics of 1932. A large crowd gathers to watch the games and cheer. Georgia Coleman does a layout back somersault dive into the water, then three other dives. Closeup view of a smiling Georgia Coleman, springboard diver. Next diver shown is Dorothy Poynton on the high dive, followed by closeup shots of Dorothy after her dives. Swimmers participate in the swimming championships, including American Eleanor Holm in competition with Bonnie Mealing from Australia in the Women's 100 meter backstroke. Closeup shot of Eleanor Holm outside the pool. Americans take the lead in the games. Men participate in the 2000 meter 8 oar she crew shell boat race. American team is made up of team from the University of California. The crew shell race underway on Alamitos Bay in Long Beach California. The University of California team surges at the end to beat the team from Italy. Oil rigs and oil derricks seen in the background on shore after the crew race.