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Murray Kentucky USA 1931 stock footage and images

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Spectators watch as the twenty millionth Ford and the High School Band pass by in a motorcade in Murray,Kentucky.

Twenty millionth Ford in a motorcade in Murray, Kentucky. The High School Band and motorcade sponsored by E.J. Beale pass on road Spectators watch as the band and motorcade pass by. The twenty millionth Ford in the motorcade. Streetcar tracks seen on the path.

Date: 1931
Duration: 1 min 16 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Hollywood personalities preparing for a radio broadcast before and audience of Servicemen, in World War II

Famous Hollywood personalities on stage holding scripts as they prepare for a radio broadcast before an audience of U.S. military personnel during World War 2. . Seen are Fred MacMurray, Rita Hayworth, Ginnie Simms and Lou Holz (with Don Wilson behind them). Camera focuses on MacMurray and Hayworth, as they stand listening intently to someone (unseen) who seems to be giving them directions. Then, they applaud, even shaking the scripts as they clap their hands. Next, Camera focuses on Rita Hayworth listening to the director. She looks at the script and applauds. Camera focuses on MacMurray, who listens again to director. Then camera focuses on Simms and Holz with Wilson between and behind them. The three of them converse momentarily, and then break into applause. Camera shows them again seemingly conversing with the director. Next, the audience is shown, consisting of Servicemen in uniform, and friends. They listen and applaud. View of the broadcast studio control room, with two U.S. Army officers there, one of whom is speaking. He wears a U.S. Army Service Forces Shoulder patch. He motions with his hand as it to signal the start of the broadcast. (Perhaps he was the unseen director.)

Date: 1943, April
Duration: 2 min 17 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Philip Hauser briefs George Stone on U.S. census from 1820 to 1931 in USA; also some Wall Street depression scenes

George Stone and Dr Philip Hauser at the presentation of U.S. census. A slide of U.S. map appears on the screen. 1820 and population figures are marked on part of the map inhabited at that time. The reasons for the increase in the population are discussed by George Stone and Dr Philip Hauser. In the next slide census figures of 1830 appears. Concern for the handicapped lead to including of deaf, dumb and blind category in this census is shown. Dr Philip Hauser shows cartoons appearing in newspapers of that time to George Stone. In the next slide, census figures of 1850 and 7 classes of occupation of people are seen. A percentage representation of various occupations in the population is given in the next slide. The stress on accuracy of 1850 census is seen in the next slide. A comparison of number of occupations of males and females from 1840 to 1870 is shown in the next slide. Census of 1930 is mentioned in the next slide. 1931 is shown as a Special Unemployment Census. Newspaper headlines about stock market crash is seen. Around clip timecode 8:13 are images of Wall Street stock exchange floor near time of stock market crash. Wall Street region in New York City filled with people and views of lines or queues for homeless, unemployed, or food during the Great Depression.

Date: 1960
Duration: 9 min 20 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Murray Wisell tries to convince Perry Como to sing one of his songs at CBS Studios in California.

Interior of CBS studios in California, United States. Song plugger Murray Wisell selling song 'Now' to Perry Como. Views of piano player and Como. Sheet of the music of song, Murray Wisell smoking.

Date: 1943, November
Duration: 1 min 44 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
A large crowd and many celebrities arrive and Count Turf wins the Kentucky Derby in Kentucky, United States.

Count Turf wins the Kentucky Derby in Kentucky, United States. A large crowd of fans arrives for the Kentucky Derby. A large numbers of cars parked in the parking lot. Newspapers grabbed from a stack. Kentucky Derby pins on display for sale. A woman pins flowers on the dress of another woman. People wear fancy glasses and sun glasses. As a man smiles, his diamond studded teeth sparkle. An old men reads a newspaper. Spectators watch the derby. Celebrities include the Duke and the Dutchess of Windsor, publicist Steve Hannigan with actress Anne Sheridan, and actress Greer Garson with Senator Anderson People stand in a queue to buy tickets at a ticket window to bet on the race. Horses in the race include 'Mameluke' , 'Counterpoint', 'Fan Fair', 'Sonic', 'Ruhe', 'Battle Morn', and 'Repetoire' Racing horses at the starting gate. The race starts. The spectators watch through binoculars. Count Turf, the son of Count Fleet and the grandson of Reigh Count both of which were derby winners, wins the Kentucky Derby. View of the score board. Count Turf stands in the winner's circle wearing a garland of flowers.

Date: 1951, May 5
Duration: 3 min 42 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Murray Wisell selling song 'Now' to Perry Como at CBS Studios in California, United States.

Interior of CBS studios in California, United States. Song plugger Murray Wisell selling song 'Now' to Perry Como. Views of piano player and Perry Como. Sheet music of "Now" on piano.

Date: 1943, November
Duration: 3 min 29 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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