Smoke rises from a mine building in Wallins Creek, Kentucky. View of the town and a hilly terrain.
View of a school building in Wallins Creek, Kentucky. Children on slide and swing equipped playground. Children play volleyball. Children pose on step and porch of the school. Children play on the playground.
View of coal tipple and rail tracks in Wallins Creek, Kentucky. View of town and log houses. A train goes on.
Delegates of the Pan American Highway Commission present a gift after a month-long tour of the United States in 1924. Ceremony at the Pan American Union in Washington DC. Tablet is unveiled inscribed with the title 'Highway of Friendship', and presented as a gift to the Highway Education Board. The first line of the tablet reads, "Commemorative of the Official visit of the Pan American Highway Commission to the District of Columbia and the states of North Carolina, Kentucky, Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New Jersey June 2 to July 3, 1924. The happiness and prosperity of the people of the United States have been greatly enhanced by your definite program of Highway education...." U.S. Secretary of State Frank B. Kellogg accepts the tablet and speaks to those gathered.
The Ford Plant in Detroit. Panorama of Ford Plants. Workers and automobiles outside a Ford Plant. Imperial Mine, Michigamme, Michigan. Ford iron ore mine buildings. Ford coal mines, Nuttallburg and Twin Branch, West Virginia. Kentenia, Pond Creek and Stone, Kentucky. West Virginia, supplies a low volatile smokeless coal. Coal mine and homes. Railroad coal cars drawn by locomotives. Lumber Iron Mountain and Sidnaw, Michigan. Lumbering Operations. Workers and automobile assembly line.
Waste metal baled and melted with other metal. By adding this scrap steel greater strength obtained.
Official cars transporting delegates of the Pan American Highway Commission pass by two arch bridges in Pennsylvania during a United States tour. One bridge is the Kingsley Bridge (Martin Creek Viaduct) and the other is the Tunkhannock Viaduct known as the Nicholson Bridge. It is the largest concrete bridge in the world. It spans Tunkhannock Creek in Nicholson, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. A man walking along the sides of the road is seen.