Ski jumpers show their performance in Salisbury, Connecticut. Ski jumpers take off and jump. People watch. Some jumpers slip and fall while landing. Some make safe landing after a jump. Jumpers include Norwegian jumpers.
A summer ski meet in Salisbury, Connecticut. Men spread crushed ice on bales of hay in summer. The spectators stand for the the ski meet. A skier skiing on the slope. A skier falls while coming down the slope. The spectators stand in the background. The skiers ski one after the other and fall on the hay being spread on the ground. A man takes pictures. Trees in the background . The spectators watch them.
'Fashions on the Campus' shows two young women and a young men seated on a wall at the Avon Old Farms school in Avon, Connecticut. A young woman wears a "hoodwinker" with tassle on hood matching tassles at neckline. Two women with hoods in a room of the Avon Old Farms school. A woman wears a tweed dress, having coffee with a young man. She unbuttons her jacket and shows the man. Women pose in tweed outfits.
A skiing-jumping competition in Salisbury Mills, New York. A ski jump in Salisbury Mills. People stand on either side of the track to watch the skiers. Numerous skiers take part and several fall after their jumps. 'Norsemen Ski Club' written on a sign at the ski jump. Sorenson, who won the New England title at Brattleboro, Vermont, skis down the track and jumps to a height of 181 feet beating his own record of 177 feet, and scores 224 out of 240 points. Sorenson poses with his skis (even as another jumper falls, in the background).
U.S. army preparations in Salisbury, England a day prior to D-Day invasion of Normandy, France during World War II. Tent bivouac area. Soldiers fasten camouflage net to M-5 tank. Tank covered with camouflage net. Jeeps, half-tracks, M-5 tanks move along road through wooded area. Two soldiers look at camp directory map. Armband 'TPN Corps - USA' on sleeve of Sergeant's jacket.
A skier breaks records during a Ski Jumping meet in Salisbury Mills, New York. The participants ski in the meet. People stand on either side as the participants compete. Cars parked in the background. Nineteen year old Jay Rand, of Lake Placid, amazes a big crowd as he soars 185 feet to break the ten year course record. A close up of Jay Rand. (Note: When the U.S. entered World War 2 , Jay Rand enlisted as a paratrooper, with the 82nd Airborne Division. He received a Bronze Star for actions in Normandy, and the Purple Heart for wounds received during the Battle of the Bulge.)