Growth of housing, military facilities, and military industries in Talladega, Alabama for World War 2
Talladega Alabama USA Date:1942 Duration:9 min 19 sec Sound:Yes
Growth of war industries in Talladega Alabama during World War II. Newspapers of Talladega, Alabama. A large crowd on barge, coming to land. Scene of an office. Workers at a construction site in Alabama. A man operates a crane. A big cylindrical elevator at hook of the crane lowers down. A truck at house. Dog outside house. A man operates a full track tractor at construction site. African American workers construct rail tracks for a railroad train service. A side rail pulls down as attach to hook of a crane. Tanks on rail coaches. Food loads onto rail coaches. A cook prepares food. People eat food at dining table in groups in a hall. People do various works. A man operates a crane. A cylindrical box lowers down. Children play outside a bus. A child with a cat. An open air theater. People at a cafeteria. A woman with children. Cars outside a cafeteria. A board reads 'Field Office'. Large crowd.
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