BLACKIE THE HORSE SETS NEW SWIM RECORD On October 1, 1938 Blackie the horse swims the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge stretch of water (little over a mile). The sea horse sets a new record of 23 minutes and 15 seconds beating Olympic swimmer Buster Olds time.
Date: October 1, 1938 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:29:00, No Audio
CANNES CARNIVAL OF FLOWERS Hundreds of people gather for the beginning of the Cannes Battle of Flowers. Wagons decorated with blossoms roll past spectators. Distant boats in the harbor are also decorated with blossoms and pennants for the annual carnival. Driver POV from a horse-drawn cart.
FLINT, MICHIGAN CELEBRATES AUTO BOOM Flint, Michigan celebrates an automobile manufacturing boom with an enormous street parade after 24,000 people are called back to work. The parade includes historical methods of transportation from oxen-drawn covered wagons to the modern automobile, elaborate floats and a lovely parade Queen.
RINGLING BROS. BARNUM & BAILEY CHARITY SHOW Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus gives a charity performance to underprivileged children in Sarasota, Florida. The kids enjoy cotton candy and amazing acts featuring acrobats on horseback, with elephants and tightrope walkers.
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