Men and women getting back to work at various labor and manufacturing jobs during the Great Depression in the United States
United States USA Date:1932, August 22 Duration:1 min 45 sec Sound:Yes
Industrial jobs coming available in various parts of the United States during the Great Depression. Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania: Workers at the Sun Oil Company. Long line of men showing up for work. Men hand-digging trenches for oil and gas pipelines, giving work to hundreds of men, instead of to twelve men with machines. Detroit, Michigan: Workers called back to work at the United States Rubber Company (later Uniroyal). Cue of workers passing through the entrance door with sign overhead "Let's Get it done! It can be done!" and then punching time cards as hey head back to work. Scenes of manufacturing and assembly works inside the rubber company, and a rubber tire being made in the factory. Joliet, Illinois: Lines of workers entering the Mayflower Wallpaper Mill. Men rolling large rolls of the paper through the mill. Views of wallpaper manufacturing. Dayton, Ohio: Views of workers entering the National Cash Register Company factory. Workers assembling and testing cash registers before they are placed on conveyor belts.
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