Trip of American Friends Service Committee members (Quakers) to the Saline Valley Farms outside Saline, Michigan, founded by Harold Gray. Sign in parking lot of the cooperative (co-op) farm reads, "Saline Valley Farms. Office. Hostel. Store. Dairy. Recreation Hall. Canning Factory. All visitors please register." View of the main farm house. Panoramic view of the farmland from a high bluff. A boy riding a pony or small horse. View of chickens pecking at feed outside chicken coops. Friends gathered for a picnic near a large shade tree. View of the table preparations and people enjoying the picnic. Man pushes a boy on a tree swing. Man seated on the swing eating watermelon. Men playing horseshoes. View of William Simkin, Director, along with two small children beside him.
Two finalized Ford automobiles, a 1938 deluxe coupe type 720 and a 1938 deluxe sedan type 700B on a moving car transport truck, out of the Ford River Rouge plant Aerial view of automobile plant and marks on the aerial map for different areas of the Ford River Rouge plant facility including Power, Materials, Men, iron, steel, Mills, Parts, Bodies, Glass,Assembly. The Ford V-8 logo appears at the end.
1938 Ford cars driven around the Ford Dearborn Test Track in Dearborn, Michigan. Replica of Independence Hall in the background.
A U.S. Navy training film titled 'Eye Surgery' about operating a wound in the eye of an American soldier during World War II. Soldiers fire artillery in a battlefield. A patient suffering from tyrigium lies on operation table. Eye of the patient shows a skin formation on the eyeball. Local anesthesia being administered. Eye of the patient being irrigated with saline. Speculum being inserted into the upper and lower lids of the eye. Local anesthesia being administered again. Doctor cuts the upper and lower margins of tyrigium. Head being cut away from cornea. Needle being inserted into conjunctive. Head of the tyrigium being transplanted. Speculum being removed from eye lids.
Scenes from the New England Hurricane of 1938 (or Great New England Hurricane) (or Long Island Express) (or The Great Hurricane of 1938). Hurricane hitting U.S. Eastern Seaboard on September 21, 1938. The Coast from New Jersey to New England felt its effect. Cars and people drenched with water in streets. Policemen wade through hip deep water. New York is whipped by 70 mile-an-hour winds and the raging sea pouring tons of water far inland. A man retreats from a dock as waves pour water on him. Outcome of hurricane shows broken ships, downed trees, and devastation at the water front in coastal areas including Atlantic City, New London Connecticut, and Long Island. Firemen in New London Connecticut battle fires. Aerial view of destroyed shoreline and beached boats in New London. Broken cars crushed by fallen trees. Crowds gather to look at damage as a lone sentry guards against looting. Boats along the Atlantic Coast are destroyed. A boat is seen on a road in front of Merkel's Delicatessen. View of a train that was derailed by the hurricane on Long Island. Shot of a car that was carried far off a roadway and impaled on an upright beam.
Reconstruction of events that took place during the Gulf of Tonkin Incident, 2-5 August 1964. A U.S. ship underway in the Gulf of Tonkin. The ship's doctor and a hospital corpsman simulate giving aid and saline solution to an engine man who simulates collapse from heat during Gulf of Tonkin incident. The engine man on a stretcher. A respirator is held up to the man's mouth. Saline solution bottle hanging nearby. The engine man is wiped down with alcohol by the doctor. The hospital corpsman holds the respirator over the man's mouth.