BLACK OUT 2003 FOOTAGE President George W. Bush speaks to the press about the black out 2003. An aerial helicopter view shows a dark city grid at night, car headlights can be seen on the highways. Electrical towers dot the landscape. Crowds of pedestrians walk downtown city streets. A hand written note on a door states the office is closed.
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Date: August 15, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:27:00, With Audio
NEW YORK - 2 Black and white period footage of New York working class street life, including shots of street baseball, women with young children, kids dancing to an organ grinder's music and playing in a water fountain, circa 1900.
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TRANSCONTINENTAL FLIGHTS Black and white newsreel period footage about the role of the US Air Corps in the first transcontinental American airplane flights in 1923, including shots of pioneering pilots (Lieutenants Kelly, McGrady, and Maugham), various Fokkers and other vintage airplanes.
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