The ubiquitous American automobile on the streets and roads of the United States in 1930
United States USA Date:1930 Duration:2 min 19 sec Sound:Yes
A 1929 Ford Model A Fordor car drives along a country road, past a mail box and turns, driving past a fenced farm. Cluster of farm buildings in background. Next, the car drives up to a farm building and the driver (a farmer) gets out carrying a bundle, that he takes into the house. A roadster convertible car, with its rumble seat removed and a large trunk installed in its place, stops in front of a house. A boy and a girl, on bicycles, ride past on the sidewalk, accompanied by a large black dog.The driver (a vacuum cleaner salesman) removes a demonstration vacuum from the car trunk and goes to the front door, where he shows the vacuum to a lady who answers the door. Change of scene to a 1929 Ford Town Sedan car arriving at the picnic area of a park. A little white dog jumps out as the door is opened, followed by a man and woman carrying things for a picnic. The woman, with others, prepares the picnic table, while a man tends a fireplace in the background. Young folks sit on rocks by a stream in the park. Scene shifts to a roadside sign reading,"Hunter's Old Spring Tourist Camp, Rooms-Cabins, Shower baths, Heated, Drive in, All Modern." View of the cabins in a grove of trees that have their trunks white-washed from the ground level to about 8 feet. Next, two women and two children leave a house and get into a Buick phaeton automobile, and drive away. Weekend sightseers in automobiles, fill the road leading to some attraction.
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