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Dog Izaak Walton catches 12 fishes in 20 minutes and sets a new fishing record in Port Angeles, Washington.

Dog Izaak Walton sets a fishing record in Port Angeles, Washington. The dog stands in a river and waits for fish to swim by. He catches them in his mouth and drags them ashore. The dog catches 12 fishes in 20 minutes.

Date: 1931, October 5
Duration: 1 min 19 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
View of a wooden house constructed by Captain Smith at Port Angles in Washington, USA.

Captain Jack Smith and his daughter arrange wood logs. View of the wooden house constructed by Captain Smith at Port Angles in Washington, USA. A woman stands in a big circular window of the hut. Silhouette of women standing at circular windows inside the hut.

Date: 1929, October 16
Duration: 32 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Aerial views of the Port of Los Angeles in California.

Aerial view: Port of the Los Angeles, Los Angeles Harbor, portion of the Port of Los Angeles. Shipyards, freight carriers, ocean liners, private yachts, small boats, Los Angeles. U.S. flag on ship.

Date: 1950
Duration: 1 min 51 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Japanese actions leading to 2nd Sino-Japanese war and attack on United States at Pearl Harbor in World War II

Japanese army officers examining foreign military equipment. A Japanese worker employing electric drill developed in a Western country. The Japanese freighter, Tatsuno Maru, loading scrap iron at a port in the United States. Other Japanese freighters loading coal and oil for shipment back to Japan. View of the Washington Naval Conference in Memorial Continental Hall, Washington, DC, held in 1921-22 and again in 1927 and 1930, to deal with several lingering issues. Glimpse of Japanese people holding flags while gathered near the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. Glimpse of Japanese army troops on parade. Japanese Navy warships at sea. A fleet of Japanese Mitsubishi G3M bombers and Nakajima Ki-27 pursuit planes, parked on an airfield. A loose formation of Ki-27s airborne. Animated map illustrates Japanese fortification of Mariana, Caroline, and Marshall islands in the Pacific. Animated map illustrating China's greater size and population vis-a-vis Japan. Animated map illustrating Japanese occupation of Manchuria in 1931. New York Times newspaper with headline "Japs Seize Manchuria" hovers over fires burning in Manchuria. Other newspaper headlines reporting on Mussolini's invasion of Ethiopia; the Spanish civil war; surrender of Czechoslovakia; invasion of Poland; Nazi assaults on France, Belgium, and the Netherlands; the London Blitz; and Nazi advances against Russia on the Eastern Front. Fnally, a Boston Hearald extra edition headline reports: "Pearl Harbor Bombed." A still photograph of Japanese Baron Tanaka Giichi (on left) with two other dignitaries, circa 1929. Japanese infantry streaming into Manchuria and then celebrating as they walk into local town. A busy street in a Chinese city. Japanese soldiers in Manchuria escorting local prisoners along a street. Animated map illustrating Japananese warships surrounding harbor of Shanghai, China. View from a Japanese ship bombarding Shanghai. Smoke rising from shell striking on Shanghai waterfront. View from land of severely damaged buildings on a street, and a shell exploding in background, as Chinese defenders move to successfully repel the Japanese forces. New map illustrates subsequent Japanese move, annexing Jehol, from occupied Manchukuo, and Korea. Japanese troops entering a town in Jehol. Sun newspaper headline: "League Censures Japan." Chinese diplomat protesting at League of Nations. Japanese troops exiting railroad trains in Jehol. Aisin Gioro Puyi aka Henry Pu Yi, Kangde Emperor (Kang-te Emperor) of the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo, is seen saluting Japanese troops on parade. Closeup of Puyi wearing shaded glasses, looking directly into the camera. chiang Kai-shek, with other Chinese officers. Reenactment of barbarian forces riding against China and thwarted by the Great Wall. Many Chinese walking in a long line along the Great Wall. Map tracing the Great Wall across China. Aerial view of the Great Wall from overflying airplane. Japanese troops marching through a city gate; infantry climbing a sheer cliff; and helmeted Japanese soldiers marching past civilians in a city. Map illustrated progress of Chinese unification by year 1937. Japanese officers conferring during occupation. Japanese troops leave a barracks, riding in open trucks. A line of the troop trucks moving along the dirt street of a town. The troops climb from their trucks in the town.

Date: 1941
Duration: 3 min 59 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
President Johnson arrives for a baseball match between the Washington Senators and the Los Angeles Angels in Washington.

The 1964 season-opening baseball game at Griffith Stadium in Washington DC. Spectators and fans in the stadium. The seal of the President of the United States. U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson arrives to throw out the first pitch at the opening game of the season. Photographers take photos. President Johnson gives his autograph on a ball for a player. The players of the Washington Senators and the Los Angeles Angels play the baseball game. The President watches the game, as the Los Angeles Angels win 4 to 0.

Date: 1964, April 13
Duration: 1 min 4 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Men leave their homes for work and emerging businesses housed in offices like the Fendall Building in Washington DC

A 1920's film on advances in transportation depicts men walking to work in the early 1900s. Footage is 1920s, but actors are wearing very early 1900's fashions and depicting that earlier period. A man and a woman stand at their urban house house doorstep as the man prepares to leave for work. Women on their doorsteps of their houses after men leave. Men walking to work. Camera slowly pans from street level upward showing the Fendall Building, a law office building, at the corner of Indiana Avenue and 4 1/2 Street NW, Washington, DC (which is now 300 Indiana Avenue NW, Washington DC. That address was later the site of the "Municipal Center Building" and today is the site of the Henry J. Daly Building that houses the Metropolitan Police Department Headquarters. The Fendall Building was torn down in 1931-1932). Dramatized view of workers and officials entering and leaving the Fendall Building via a stair into a door with sign "Fendall Building" above the door.

Date: 1927
Duration: 1 min 11 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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