Unemployed men engaged in various work lead by Arthur Woods, former New York Police Commissioner, in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1930, October 23 Duration:1 min 29 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Arthur Woods, former New York Police Commissioner raises his hat and smiles in Washington DC, during his role as chairman of President Herbert Hoover's Committee on Employment. Scenes of construction projects underway providing work during the Great Depression: A huge construction site with work in progress building many high rise buildings. A large dam being built. A large crane moving material to a bridge from ground. Workers engaged in welding work. Sparks at the welding site. A large crane moving iron. Workers building giant ships in shipyards. Workers walk on docks beside a ship under construction in a shipyard.
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