Small turtle with two heads in Gainesville, Florida. Man holds the turtle in hand. He places it onto a dish filled with water. Two headed turtle tries to come out of the dish.
Garfield Arthur Wood sets a new speedboat record of 102 miles per hour at Miami Beach Florida. Scenes of how Garfield Wood sets the record with Miss America IX. 23 March 1931.
Horse racing on the opening of Hialeah race course, Miami. Spectators cheers the participants. Cornelius Vanderbilt a 4 year old horse wins the race. 1931.
Young sculptors emulate the work of Cellini - kin of Augustus St. Gaudens. Sculptors showcase their versatility to attract attention of the art world in Miami, Florida. 23 March 1931.
British car driver Campbell sets new world record. He drives his sport car named Bluebird at 246 miles an hour at Daytona Beach in Florida USA. Other cars escorting the Bluebird. Campbell congratulated.
The start of the 1931 Ford Commercial Airplane Reliability Tour at the Ford Airport in Dearborn, Michigan, on Sunday July 4th 1931. Opening footage at forefront right shows the Gee Bee model E Sportster flown by Lowell Bayles to a fourth place finish. Forefront center-left is the Great Lakes biplane flown by Joeseph Meehan. A number of various aircraft are parked on the airfield, including an autogyro. Visitors on the airport ramp look at airplanes on display. The museum clock tower and other buildings at Greenfield Village are visible in the background. View looking outward from inside a hanger. A squadron of U.S. Army Air Corps Boeing P-12 pursuit airplanes parked in rows, with propellers all set horizontally. A light high wing monoplane takes off followed, successively, by two Ford trimotor passenger aircraft equipped with wheel pants. View of a biplane landing. A crowd standing in front of a hangar and several officials standing in the grass. People posing on the ramp with airport building in background.