U.S. Coast Guard Life Saving Station No 269, Muskegon, Michigan. Lake Vessel Bay State. Exterior of station, crew's quarters, communications room and dining area. Boat drill, signal drills with semaphore flags and patrol drill. A victim washed ashore is placed on a blanket, given artificial respiration and transfered to a stretcher.
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).
Ford Model T cars being driven out the exit door of the Highland Park factory, Michigan,circa 1916. Numerous Model T cars driving on both sides of a divided highway. The Ford Highland Park Plant, circa 1920. Panoramic exterior views of the Ford River Rouge plant and factory buildings, circa 1930. A Ford Freighter ship, docked at the River Rouge plant. A view of the home of Henry and Clara Ford, at 66 Edison Road (now 140) Dearborn, Michigan, in 1914. Sketch of children coming home from school, singing song from McGuffey reader school book. View of schoolroom with McGuffey readers on desk. Street scene outside Ford Plant, during shift change, and street filled with workers. A car driving on empty road in Sudbury, Massachusetts. The historic Wayside Inn (immortalized in Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's "Tales of the Wayside Inn") which Henry Ford purchased in 1923, to preserve for posterity. View of the original Pennsylvania Railroad Station in New York City, circa 1912. View of crowded sidewalks and street on 5th Avenue, and other street scenes in New York City, circa 1920. Model T Ford cars driving in U.S. National Parks. A visitor feeding a bear from his Ford car, as a Park Ranger stands nearby. People in Ford Model T, stopped by side of road to pick wild flowers. Two men remove a seat back from their Model T car to make a camper. Both men lying down in the car. Man carrying picnic basket from Ford Model T, parked beside a beach, where he joins the rest of his party on the sand. Children run along the beach, and stop to play with seaweed.
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.
Actors recreate scenes at the Ford Motor Company in Detroit, Michigan during its early days. Ford hunches over a magazine, circa 1909, advertising the Model T Touring car for $850. He tries to figure how to lower prices so Ford workers, themselves, can afford to buy the cars they make. Sequence shows how teams of men first built individual cars, then specialized to build the same parts for all the cars; and finally how the moving assembly line came into being. Later actual sequences show the process adapted to subassembly of parts; and parts are seen being gravity-fed to workers. Finally, actual moving conveyer systems are shown in operation, with radiators, engines, chassis, and entire cars moving through the production lines. The result was that by 1916 a Ford Model T car could be purchased for $350. View of finished cars at end of Ford assembly line.
The United States of America in 1916. In 1916 : A large crowd gathered outside the St. Louis Coliseum for the 1916 Democratic National Convention. Dignitaries arrive for the convention. Nominated President Woodrow Wilson with his wife in an open motor carriage. Woodrow Wilson with officials in his New Jersey home. A large crowd gathered outside his home. Woodrow Wilson delivers an acceptance speech. The large crowd listens to the speech. The nominated Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan. William Bryan and officials in the balcony of a building. William Bryan shakes hands with people gathered outside the building