U.S. Census-1960 presented by Department of Commerce, Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1960 Duration:3 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
People watch results of U.S. Census,1960 presented on an electric population chart in the Department of Commerce,Washington DC, showing constant growth in population. The description about what various colors of the light stand for is given in the index, at the side of the chart. Professor Philip Hauser (Director,Population Research and Training Center, University of Chicago) makes a presentation of the census report. George Stone asks questions to him. View of men and women workers walking on a sidewalk in an urban area, bound to or from work and jobs. Construction of roads and highways shown in progress. A suburban neighborhood under construction with houses being built. In a classroom, a boy student solves a sum on the blackboard as the teacher stands next to him. Men at work on a construction site building a house. Cars at gasoline service station with sign "Sinclair". Gas station workers clean windshields and fuel cars. Traffic moves on a divided highway filled with 1950s cars and various automobiles. A train passes by on a platform of a metro or subway system. New office construction sites and new garden apartment (low rise apartments) are seen under construction.
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