ARMY DAY PARADE IN NYC As a light rain mists the streets of New York, 15,000 soldiers parade before city officials in New York. Veterans and newly enlisted men march side by side in a display of patriotism. An aerial shot sets a somber mood of a nation preparing for war.
Date: April 8, 1941 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:39:00, No Audio
ANTI-COMMUNIST PARADE IN NEW YORK CITY General Douglas MacArthur watches an anti-communist parade that marches up Fifth Avenue in New York City. Crowds watch different anti-communist groups marching with banners and American flags.
Date: 1951 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:45:00, No Audio
GOLDEN GLOVES INNERCITY CHAMPIONSHIPS 1954 The Madison Square Garden marquis in 1954. The Golden Gloves boxing championships. Orville Pitts of Chicago knocks out his opponent. Harry Smith of New York wins the featherweight bout.
Date: 1954 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:03:41:00, No Audio
AMAZING REPLICA OF NEW YORK CITY A metropolis in miniature! A huge "diorama" of the New York City's scenic skyline by day and by night, takes shape. Remarkable in its accurate detail, the model will delight visitors to the Edison exhibit during the World's Fair.
NYC TUGBOAT STRIKE Tugboats sit idle in the harbor of New York City as 2,000 strikers fight for better working conditions. Ships are docked by hand and garbage piles up along the shore as the strike continues.
TIMES SQUARE PROTEST AGAINST HITLER Thousands gather in Times Square, NYC to protest the actions of Hitler and Nazi, Germany. Signs and enormous caricatures of Hitler are carried through the streets as the protest goes well into the night.
MAYOR TAKES ACTION AGAINST NYC TRUCK STRIKE Pan down from the skyscrapers of New York City to hundreds of parked trucks after 15,000 drivers go on strike. Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia declares a public emergency and turns out hundreds of old Sanitation Department vehicles at the City Hall to begin moving supplies.
RMS QUEEN MARY SAFELY DOCKS IN NYC A small plane flies over the RMS Queen Mary emphasizing the huge ocean liner's size as she docks in New York City despite a tugboat strike. Skipper Commodore Robert B. Irving credits this incredible feat to good luck and his St. Christopher medal.
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