Manufacture of M1918 Browning Automatic Rifles (BAR) at the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in New Haven Connecticut during World War 1. A worker assembles rifles on a bench. Another worker checks their operation by placing them into a mechanical holder and firing them. View of a black circular target showing grouping of hits during firing. View of the factory floor with movable racks containing rifles. Workers move the racks.
Manufacturing of Browning Automatic Rifles (BARs) at Winchester Repeating Arms Company in New Haven Connecticut.during World War 1. Machinists perform metal boring and turning operations on lathes. Others work on wooden gun stocks.They place parts of rifles on various pieces of equipment during the construction and assembly process.
Shower baths introduced for trains in New Haven, Connecticut. A train moves on a rail track and comes to a halt. Water sprayed on the train from both sides from the new kind of spray shower fitted on the sides of the track. The new system cleans large locomotives in seconds.
A football game between Columbia Lions and Yale in New Haven, Connecticut. A large crowd gathers at a stadium to witness the football game. Both the teams battle it out in the field. Columbia Lions defeats Yale 12-6 to win the game. After the game New York undergraduates enter the field and take away the goal post.
Yale University beats Princeton University in a football match in New Haven, Connecticut. The football match between the Yale University Bulldogs and the Princeton University Tigers. A large crowd of spectators cheer the teams. Yale player Tom Singleton sets a new record. The Bulldogs win the match over the Tigers by a score of 43-22.
Scenes from an American football match between the Military Academy's cadets in New Haven, Connecticut. Thousands of spectators cheer from stands. Final results; Alabama beats Georgia 20 to12.