HENRY FORD ARRIVES AT THE WHITE HOUSE - 1930S Henry Ford arrives at the White House and is escorted by his bodyguards through a guantlet of reporters and media hounds flashing pictures and asking questions. Mr.Ford created controversy with his 40 hour work week, higher wages to workers and a refusal to allow labor unions in his plants.
JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER ENJOYS ALONE TIME A snappily dressed John D. Rockefeller strolls along a path in a lush park enjoying the solitude before stopping at a park bench surrounded by carved statues and columns. Mr. Rockefeller founded the Standard Oil Company and supported many causes for education and public health.
WALLSTREET SKYLINE - 1930S The skyline of 1930s Wall Street is lined with skyscrapers. Wall Street is the historical heart of the Financial District in New York City and was the first permanent home of the New York Stock Exchange.
HENRY FORD - FATHER OF MODERN TRANSPORTATION & ASSEMBLY LINES Ford Motor Comapany founder Henry Ford and entourage walk through a train station pursued by reporters who flash pictures. Mr. Ford is known as the father of modern assembly lines used in mass production and revolutionizing modern-day transportation with his Model T automobile.
WERTHEIM DEPARTMENT STORE - BERLIN, GERMANY Shoppers pass under the neon sign over the entrance of the Wertheim Department store entrance as they enter and leave into the night. Wertheim's is one of the largest retail chains in Germany.
Date: November 24, 1981 - COLOR Source: Video: 1" Length: 00:00:08:00, With Audio
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