BOY'S CUSTOM MADE CAR - 1930 Clever 12-year-old Robert Dodge of Philadephia, PA builds his own miniature automobile for a dollar then enjoys a drive around town with before stopping to pick up his girl and take her for a spin.
USS CONSTITUTION SETS SAIL AGAIN - 1930 The USS Constitution aka Old Ironsides is outfitted with new masts as it's brought out of retirement. Massachusetts Governor Frank G. Allen puts a silver dollar under the mainmast as it is set in place.
STEAM ENGINE AIRPLANE - 1933 A steam-engine airplane goes on its first trial flights in Oakland, California. The inventors pose in front of their new invention and are proud of its nearly noiseless flight and getting 200 miles on a dollar's worth of fuel.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT LAUNCHES BOND DRIVE President Roosevelt launches the government's new bond drive by purchasing six 25 dollar bonds from Postmaster General James Farley while Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau looks on.
SAN FRANCISCO PARKING STRUCTURE OPENS - 1955 The Mayor of San Francisco cuts the ribbon for the grand opening of a futuristic nine story, $4 million dollar garage that parks 1,200 cars. Passenger and driver POV going up the circular ramp to the top of the structure.
HANDS PLAYING CARDS AT BLACKJACK TABLE The hands of a gambler and dealer are shown during blackjack play. Cards are dealt, and chips placed on the surface of the green table. Beneath the dealerís hands is a container holding rolls of silver and colored chips. The casino is in Reno
Date: 1981 - COLOR Source: Video: 1" Length: 00:00:12:00, With Audio
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