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Young children get presents by Santa Claus when a giant statue of Kris Kringle is erected in 69th Street, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania.

Christmastime celebrations in Upper Darby (bordering West Philadelphia). A 60-foot high statue of Santa Claus (Kris Kringle), is set up on 69th Street. Children dance in a circle around it and snake in and out of adjacent building. Some children are seen having pony rides in the midst of the activity. A line of students walk past and shake hands with a person in Santa costume, as adults watch from nearby. A group of younger children mob Santa, who takes it all in stride. Small children receiving gifts from Santa in his hut. Santa holds and shows a toy train to a very small child in his arms, who simply cries. The same thing happens when he tries to give a toy bear to another very small child.

Date: 1930, December 11
Duration: 1 min 47 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Labor Union movement grows significantly, but labor strife also continues during 1930s in the U.S.A.

Men work assembling transmissions on an automobile production line. John L. Lewis, President of the United Mine Workers Union, giving a speech supporting formation of the Congress of Industrial organizations (CIO). Group of workers gather to listen to a union speaker. Many wear miners hats. Cheering Union workers march in street carrying posters reading: "Long-Live the C.I.O." and "Forward eith C.I.O." Leaders of the early C.I.O., Sidney Hillman,President of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA); Philip Murray, Vice President of the C.I.O.; and John L. Lewis, C.I.O. President, circa 1938. David Dubinsky, President of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU); along with Sidney Hillman, and John L. Lewis, are seen mingling with clothing workers. View of a steel mill from workers' residential street on a snowy day. Steel worker in a mill. Deckhand and an engine man aboard a merchant ship. Roustabouts and riggers at an oil well. Nonferris metal miner in rail car. Worker in tire factory. Electrical worker. Union leader speaking to group of workers carrying banner reading: "Shirt workers, Local 128 Allentown, Pennsylvania Joint Board." Labor organizers passing out leaflets to workers leaving a factory. Labor discussions with workers at lunch tables. Draftsman preparing labor organization signs calling for "Sanitary Conditions" and "Fair Play." Working women singing a union song. Union workers marching and carrying signs for various causes. Man riding a bicycle displaying sign:"Don't Scab." Car overloaded with people with sign: "Come To Lafollette Labor Rally Monday, July 5, 1937." ACWA workers of Local 95, Atlas Plant. UMWA members of Lafollette, Tennessee. Miners playing cards and playing musical instruments. Miners on strike below in mine for 5 days, cheer leader. Poster encouraging Americans to travel and visit in the USA. Police injure several persons during labor protests in San Francisco. U.S. Army soldiers arresting a civilian and throwing tear gas grenades.

Date: 1938
Duration: 4 min 13 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. Naval Fleet Review, Christmas Day, 1918, in New York City. Presidential Yacht and U.S. warships are seen.

The U.S. Presidential Yacht, USS Mayflower (PY-1), carrying Secretary of the Navy,Josephus Daniels, makes its way between U.S. warships in the Port of New York during the Naval Fleet Review on Christmas Day, 1918, at the end of World War 2. A 4-stacker destroyer is seen briefly, to port side of the Mayflower. Later she is seen passing New York City piers, along the shoreline. The scene shifts to the USS Pennsylvania (BB-38), with her crew lining the deck and an upper triple turret turned to port. Two launches head toward a gangplank on her portside. View from boat passing the USS Pennsylvania's bow and along her starboard side.

Date: 1918, December 25
Duration: 1 min 31 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Shoppers on streets of Washington DC, and views of workers and commuters in Washington during the Great Depression.

A film depicts an impressionistic study of Washington DC on a typical Depression day. Children swinging in a park. Pedestrians, men, women, and children and Shoppers and traffic on a busy Washington DC street. G.C. Murphy 5&10 cent store is seen, and a Forsythe Shoe Store a few doors down. Women in 1930s clothing and hats. A close up of a woman shopping. A cloth store. An old man seated in a flower shop. People buy vegetables from vegetable vendors on the side of a street. A woman walks with her child and gets into a bus. African American woman brushing the hair of young girl, seated in front of a wooden shack. Various African American citizens walking. Major excavation and construction site not far from the Washington Monument, with heavy equipment being used to prepare foundations for construction. The Washington Monument in the background. Shot of womens legs and feet as they board a double decker (two level) bus. Women ascending the interior stairs in the bus to get to the upper level. Point of view shot from moving double-decker bus as it drives on streets of Washington DC and enters a traffic circle with an equestrian statue in the center. A woman on the bus does her makeup. People seated inside the bus.

Date: 1936
Duration: 1 min 9 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: None
 
 
The chief of the Arapahoe tribe Tom White Horse speaks using sign language in Montana, United States.

A documentary shows U.S. Army Major General Hugh L. Scott and U.S. Representative from Montana Scott Leavitt meeting Indian chieftains at Fort Browning in Montana to evolve methods of perpetuating the Indian sign language in 1930. The Indian chieftains seated in a Piegan council lodge for a council. The chief of the Upper Gros Venter tribe speaks using the Indian sign language. The chief of the Arapahoe tribe Tom White Horse also speaks in sign language. Rides Black Horse, the chief of the Assiniboine, uses sign language to explain what he is saying. General Scott translates the stories simultaneously.

Date: 1931
Duration: 58 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Activities of workers and citizens in Washington DC during the 1930's Great Depression.

A film depicts an impressionistic study of Washington DC on a typical Great Depression day. Clark Mills's Lieutenant General George Washginton equestrian statue at Washington Circle. A cemetery and men work at the cemetery. They use a machine to help lift old grave markers up out of the ground. The grave markers appear to be circa civil war era. A marker with number 7566 on top is lifted out of the cemetery grounds. Elevated view of Pennsylvania Avenue, Old Post Office Building seen on right, and traffic on the street. Close up elevated view of 1930's automobiles stopped a stop light. Several views of 1935 year license plates or number plates of cars from various states including California, Georgia, New York, Wisconsin, and Ohio . A horse eats food from a bucket. A woman seated on a footpath drinks and enjoys lunch. A family seated around a table during a lunch break. People at the National Zoo. They look at animals and stand behind a cage. A young girl plays with leopard cubs. Picnickers seated in a garden, with cars on roadway behind, possibly Rock Creek Park area. A close up of a young girl eating. Children swinging on a swing set.

Date: 1936
Duration: 1 min 7 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: None
 
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