The decorated Liberty ship SS John P. Harris (2877) at Savannah, Georgia. Mrs Eleanor Harris christens the Liberty ship in honor of her deceased husband, John P. Harris, who had been Senator from Pennsylvania and a pioneer movie exhibitor. The ship served the U.S. Army Transportation Service (USAT). It was built by Southeastern Shipbuilding Corporation of Savannah Georgia.
The Nuclear Ship ( NS ) Savannah during its test trials in the United States. The NS Savannah leaving the New York Shipbuilding Corporation yards at Camden New Jersey, enroute to Yorktown, Virginia, is seen passing the Delaware Memorial Bridge, as she cruises along the Delaware River. views of spray blowing across the ship underway. View of reactor control room, where increasing levels of power are demanded until full (100%) power is set on April 14, 1962 and the Savannah achieves a speed of 22 knots. The NS Savannah docks at her home port of Savannah, Georgia.
College football Sugar Bowl game of 1944 between Georgia Tech and the University of Tulsa, played in New Orleans, Louisiana. A crowd in the stands. The game in progress. Georgia Tech University over the University of Tulsa by a score of 20-18
Workers unload goods from a ship at the Savannah harbor, Georgia, United States. Workers place resin barrels in a row. Shift to view of New York Harbor. Ship passes with Statue of Liberty in the Background.
Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Plant Industry in Savannah, Georgia. Barbour Lathrop Plant Introduction Garden. A scientist works on plant and tests soil in a laboratory. People in field work on plant and Tung trees.
Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Plant Industry in Savannah, Georgia. Barbour Lathrop Plant Introduction Garden. A man plows agricultural field, driving a plow with a tractor. People in the field work on plant and Tung trees. Men work in farm, observe the plant growth using a scale. One man makes notes about their growth.