A store front sign reads: "Means Bros Real Estate, Leslie Builders and Contractors". Andrew Means, owner of the real estate office, in Gary Indiana, is seen at his desk . View of Mr. Means, with his daughter, Sylvia McDonald and several other persons coming out of his "dream house." He escorts the other persons to his Park Manor Development where homes are under construction.(It appears that they are prospective home buyers.) Views of partially built homes. African American bricklayers are seen at work.
Gary CEP written on a building in Gary, Indiana. Signboard outside a building reads 'Gary CEP (Concentrated Employment Program), Neighborhood Center'. Roads busy with cars and pedestrians. Political announcement on a bus.
Road sign welcomes people to the city of Gary in Indiana, United States. Signboard near road reads "Welcome to Gary, city on the move". In smaller letters above, it reads: "Ridhard G. Hatcher, Mayor." And below, it reads, "Home of Pat Patterson, Miss Indiana, 1971." Trucks and tankers drive on the roads and parked nearside. Cows grazing near the signboard.
City street scene in Gary, Indiana United States. Street near Gary National Bank, with cars parked on sides. Several trucks, buses and cars run on road. Pedestrians walk on sidewalk.
View of building and the sign outside the Municipal Building, City of Gary, Indiana. A man leaves the building with some papers under his arm.
A huge crowd on streets of New York City cheering and celebrating victory over Germany in World War I after signing of the Armistice. A cemetery of U.S. soldiers died in World War I. Cross burning and views of hooded Klan members at a Ku Klux Klan (KKK) ceremony. Palmer Raid victims: Suspected leftists, left wing, and anarchists seen being led away in a group by police after their homes were raided and searched without search warrants, under program led by U.S. Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer, during 1919 and 1920. Some arrestees being escorted by U.S. soldiers in uniform. Palmer Raid arrestees seen behind barbed wire fences where they were held without charges for three months and denied legal representation. Vigilante businessmen and town leaders enforcing 12 hour work days at Steel factories in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and Gary Indiana. Vigilantes (deputized and armed by local authorities seen with rifles and shotguns marching down streets enforcing business demands and countering steel workers on strike. They approach a striking worker on the road side and seize a stick he is holding. Together with police they begin to beat back the protesting crowd of men. Someone fires a gun in the crowd and shooting starts. An injured or dead steel worker on the ground is lifted up by a man and carried away.