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Richland Washington USA 1971 stock footage and images

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Donald G. Williams speaks about private industry diversification programs and the activities of the people in Richland, Washington.

Activities of the Atomic Energy Commission on the Hanford Project in Richland, Washington. An animation depicts : a plant set up for radioactive material recovery from storage by Isochem Inc. An electronic assembly plant by International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation. A plant for the use of nuclear power in the space by Douglas United Nuclear . The Battelle Memorial Institute scientists work in a laboratory. Computer Sciences Corporation employees work on machines in a Univac computer room, processing data transferred through telephone lines. Workers of the U.S. Casting Company work on machines. Meters and other equipment. Donald G William, the manager of the AEC Richland, speaks about various other organizations involved in the segmentation and diversification program. Various scientists and workers at work in the plant. A barge in a river. The center for graduate study. Visitors at the science center in the Richland administration building. A child stands. Houses and trees in the foreground. Building of the dental center. People on a street in Richland Washington, and view of 1950s and 1960s cars and various automobiles. Homes along streets in suburban neighborhoods of the Richland Washington area. People passing time at a local lake swimming area, with children and families enjoying the water. A boat in water. Men water skiing. A U-37 Tri-Cities speed boat leaving dock area and speedboats in a race. An aerial view of the city. Vehicles on a road.

Date: 1966
Duration: 5 min 34 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. President Richard Nixon and First Lady Patricia at the Atomic Energy Commission's Hanford Works Near Richland, Washington

A large crowd gathers to welcome U.S. President Richard Nixon at a public ceremony near Richland, Washington, at the site of the Hanford Works nuclear facility. Marine One helicopter visible parked behind the crowd. President Nixon and First Lady Patricia stand on a platform and wave the crowd. The crowd cheers for them. Other dignitaries accompany them on stage. The officials walking down steps after the speech. Those visible include Secretary of the Interior Rogers Morton, then Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission James Schlesinger, and Washington State Governor Daniel J. Evans.

Date: 1971, September 26
Duration: 1 min 19 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Soldiers march in a parade followed by Miss Richland and Native American Indians; flag hoisting in Richland, Washington.

A ceremony for New Savings Bond program of the U.S. Department of the Treasury in Richland, Washington. Soldiers march in a parade. People stand on a road side and clap. Miss Richland in a car at the parade. She waves to people and children wave back. Native Americans in cars during the parade. Officials show a flag that reads 'US Treasury, Richland'. People watch as officials raise the flag. Aircraft fly in formation. The flag on a flagpole. Trees in the background.

Date: 1951, May 14
Duration: 49 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Atomic Energy Commission officials speak about a breeder reactor and a rehabilitation program in Richland, Washington.

Activities of the Atomic Energy Commission on the Hanford Project in Richland, Washington. Scientists work on various equipment for constructing a plutonium breeder reactor. Glenn Theodore Seaborg, the chairman of the United States Atomic Energy Commission(AEC), speaks about the breeder reactor. He points to a picture of the breeder rector in operation at the Atomic Energy Commission testing center. Cars driven towards the AEC center. An aerial view of the AEC center. Donald G. Williams, the manager of the AEC Richland, speaks about the Richland plant. Vehicles on a road. An aerial view of the township. He speaks about the development of a metropolitan city and about providing jobs to people who would loose their jobs due to the shutting down of a few reactors. A man prints a paper that reads Hanford capabilities. The members of the Tri-City Development Council with other government officials in a conference. Names of the various big organizations involved in the Hanford Project after the General Electric.

Date: 1966
Duration: 3 min 27 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Activities of soldiers and vehicles being checked by Military Police guards at Hanford Camp in Richland, Washington.

Activities of U.S. soldiers at Hanford Camp in Richland, Washington. Military Police stop a truck at a check post and check. The soldiers in the truck show their identity cards. Vehicles are checked at the check post. A sign in front of a barren land reads 'US Government Property'. A sign reads 'Headquarters Camp Hanford North Richland Washington'. Vehicles are driven. Mobile heavy artillery pieces are parked and some worked on by crews in maintenance shop. Civilian machinists working on lathes in the shop.Soldiers and civilians walk towards lot where cars are parked.

Date: 1951, July 16
Duration: 2 min 15 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: English
 
 
Protestors against the Vietnam War during 1971 May Day rally in Washington DC; police arrest demonstrators.

Scenes from May 1, 1970 Mayday anti-war rally in Washington DC, by civil disobedience groups organized against the Vietnam War, including the National Peace Action Coalition. Ground level view of U.S. Capitol building as seen from National Mall. Views among 3000 protestors gathered on the steps and grounds of the U.S. Capitol, described as radicals by the narrator. Crowd cheering and yelling and displaying signs. A hippie man in top hat displays a rude finger gesture to the camera and yells. He appears to be holding a hand rolled joint or cigarette. Protestors, some shirtless, dance, sway, and yell in scenes of general chaos. A protestor with a vulgar word painted on his forehead. View of police in riot gear helmets with shields as they watch the crowd. Close-up views of faces of demonstrators on U.S. Capitol steps. Police begin to forcibly pick up and drag away protestors who have been ordered to disperse. Protestors stay limp and heavy making it difficult and slow for police to remove them and arrest them. View of a peace demonstrator carrying a young child with a painted forehead. Police load arrested protestors into a bus. Police officer crushes small white disks into powder on ground outside bus. Scenes after the protest of routine traffic of cars, taxi cabs, and pedestrians on streets of Washington DC in National Mall area, including Pennsylvania Avenue, and near various federal buildings. Citizens in 1970s fashions crossing the street. 1960s and 1970s cars on the roads. View of office workers and pedestrians on sidewalk in Washington DC going to or from work. A small protest gathering in the distance behind the workers. View of protestors gathered and assembling. Assorted views of police officers near a crowd of demonstrators. Police drag a protestor down the steps of a federal building. The protestor nods her head and shows peace signs with both hands as she is hauled away.

Date: 1971, May 1
Duration: 3 min 21 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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