U.S. Capitol Building, the Washington Monument and activities of people in Washington DC.
Washington DC Date:1936 Duration:4 min 1 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled 'Dawn Strikes the Capitol Dome' depicts an impressionistic study of Washington DC on a typical Depression day. The U.S. Capitol Building. The Washington Monument. Vehicles driven on a street. Policemen control the traffic. A woman runs on a street. A horse drawn carriage on the street and a sign reads 'Thompson Dairy'. A man gets off from the carriage. Traffic on the streets. A woman sweeps a house. A man waters a garden. A train arrives at Union Station. People board the train. A man seated on a pathway and walks off. Construction of a road and men at work. A statue on a street. Construction of a building. The Washington Street and buildings on either side of the street. A sign reads 'Right Turn Now'. A policeman directs traffic. Traffic on the streets. Another policeman controls the traffic. People seated inside a tram. Civilians ride bicycles. A sign reads 'Do Not Talk to Guard'. Boys dive in a swimming pool. Children enjoy in water. A sail boat underway. A sign reds 'Please Give The Garden A Chance'. A man lying in a garden.
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