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Ogden Utah USA 1965 stock footage and images

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Minuteman II missile test facility under construction and its aging and surveillance farm in Hill Air Force Base, Ogden.

Minuteman missile test facility under construction at Hill Air Force Base in Utah. Sign beneath statue reads 'Ogden Air Material Area, Hill Air Force Base, Minuteman'. Traffic pass on road. Aerial view of Minuteman I test facility under construction. Drawing of instrumented Minuteman I launch silo. Minuteman II test site under construction. Crane in operation. Minuteman aging and surveillance farm in Hill Air Force Base. Igloos above ground for storing aging and surveillance motors. Men inspecting motor. Test performance of Minuteman missile.

Date: 1965
Duration: 1 min 42 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
War veteran takes up courses at University of Utah in Utah, United States.

War veterans in Utah, United States. A sign for the city of 'Ogden'. Traffic on the streets. A sign reads 'Entering the Cedar City'. Farmers till and plow farm land. Cattle graze on farm lands. A war veteran talks to Veteran's Department official. The veteran meets the Dean at the University of Utah campus. He enrolls for a course at the university and attends lectures.

Date: 1945
Duration: 2 min 18 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
President Woodrow Wilson with his car procession on a western United States street, being greeted by citizens

President Woodrow Wilson gets into his car. President Woodrow Wilson's car procession on a street. The procession passes by stores. Signboard on a store reads 'Hardware Automobile'. Signboard on another store reads "Skaggs". Others include "Clark's Shoes" and "Bramwell". Mountains seen briefly in background (possibly Ogden Utah 25th Street during President Wilson's September 1919 tour gathering support for the League of Nations?). President ascends steps onto a railroad car. He addresses the crowd, as an African American porter looks on.

Date: 1919
Duration: 1 min 41 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
African American church and the nearby Rosenwald School for African American children in Ogden, South Carolina.

Clip from a study of educational inequalities between the white and African American populations in South Carolina in USA. A church of African American parishioners. People emerge from their cars and move towards the church. Parishioners entering the church and later exiting the church. Views of a African American cemetery. (Charles Hamilton Houston, Dean of the Howard University School of Law, is seen crouched low near a grave beside a young boy. Houston was working together with Thurgood Marshall to film this footage). View of the Crawford Rosenwald School for negro children at Ogden, South Carolina, in York County. African American children play and dance at the Ogden School, which was built largely through their efforts due to limited state funding.

Date: 1936
Duration: 3 min 31 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. Army operations in Germany in World War II, including battle of the bulge and difficult snow and winter weather conditions

Medical Corpsmen carry a wounded U.S. soldier on a stretcher across snow covered battlefield, in World War 2. U.S. infantry firing small arms at German enemy on snow covered battlefield.They run across the field and occasionally take cover, lying down in the snow with close-up views of soldiers firing from prone position. U.S. troops on the march single file and running along path in woods in fog and snow. Troops in winter clothing, with snow encrusted, suffer wind and snow as they try to clear roadway using shovels. A tractor with a snow blade sits nearby. Snow covered U.S. troops enter a town. U.S. artillerymen fire 240mm howitzer and 155mm long tom gun, under camouflage nettings. Troops moving single file up a mountain roadway. M4 high speed tractors pulling 155mm guns along a snow covered road, shrinking Nazi progress in the Battle of the Bulge. Troops ride a tank through snow. Some soldiers wear white camouflage coveralls. Two U.S. soldiers ride in jeep over rainy muddy road with snow on roadside. "Ogden, Utah" painted on bottom of windshield. U.S. troops wade through mud and water. German prisoners of war being marched single file through a woods. Jeeps and an ambulance mired down in mud. Formation of U.S. C-47 aircraft flying low and air dropping ammunition and supplies to American forces on the ground. Soldiers rush to an air dropped bundle and distribute its contents.German prisoners of war march along a path. Four carry a wounded comrade on a stretcher. Temporary U.S. field cemetery with white wooden crosses. A temporary field cemetery with German crosses. Group of U.S. soldiers reading letters from home, and then looking up as a group to watch a formation of B-17 bombers leaving contrails at high altitude overhead. View from a B-17 as bombs explode on target below. Views from U.S. fighters strafing and firing rockets at German ground targets.View from bomber of incendiary bombs creating fires at night in Germany. A B-24 Liberator bomber seen from the ground, as it flies through smoke and flak.

Date: 1944
Duration: 6 min 41 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
World War II veterans adjusting to civilian life after discharge from the Military.

First scene shows the State Capitol building in Salt Lake City, Utah. Next a sign identifies a military separation center in Fort Douglas. Soldiers in uniform are being processed for separation from the U.S. Army. A sergeant salutes an officer and receives his discharge papers. Narrator identifies Corporal Kirk being processed by a sergeant. He later salutes and receives his discharge papers. Corporal Kirk steps down the stairs from a house,arm and arm with his girl friend. They are seen enjoying a soda together. Next, they shop together for a civilian hat for him. Then they share shopping for a complete civilian wardrobe. They share time skiing together. Glimpse of some national parks in Utah and of the great salt lake. View of people floating easily in the dense waters of the salt lake. Views of the Mormon Tabernacle. The couple stroll streets of Salt Lake City. They visit the Veterans' Information Service. He sits with an advisor. View of Provo, Utah and the Geneva Steel Company there. Exterior views of the industrial steel plant. Hot coke being discharged into special rail cars. Steel plant operations with fiery molten steel being poured from Ladles. Billets of steel being formed. Open rail cars full of ore at the Columbia Iron Mine, Cedar City, Utah. A steam shovel loading ore into a truck. Coal mined and moving on conveyers. Miners leaving a mine in open box cars. Miners in rail cars entering a mine. A sign reading: "Welcome, Binghan Canyon, Home of the World's largest Open Cut Copper Mine, Drive Carefully!" Views of the open mine with numerous terraces cut into the walls. A steam shovel digging and loading copper ore into rail cars that carry it away across rail bridges. A sign for the Eitel-McCullough, Company, Inc. where radar tubes are currently being made. Several women employees in the plant.

Date: 1945
Duration: 4 min 32 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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