JOHN MAUCHLY AND ENIAC COMPUTER - 2 John Mauchly, co-inventor of the ENIAC (the first computer), working with technicians. He calls out numbers while one man turns dials. Another worker hands him a paper while Mr. Mauchly studies the famous flashing numbers (halves of Ping-Pong balls, numbered and placed over light bulbs, which flashed during the machine's computations).
"MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB"- THOMAS EDISON Thomas Edison, at the celebration for the 50th anniversary of his "talking machine," repeats the nursery rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb" which were the first words spoken into his original phonograph.
1920'S FORD AUTO FACTORY Excellent images of 1920's Ford car factory. Assembly lines workers and factory machinery. Car engines moving on an exterior assembly line. Includes a beautiful interior tracking shot displaying enormous, moving machine parts (reminiscent of the film, "Metrpoolis").
1920S WOMENS STYLES & TRENDS A 1920s suffragette march. Women pamper themselves with beauty treatments, including a new permanent hair wave machine. Beauty contestants ride on floats and models show off the fashions of the day.
1930S BREAKING NEWS - 1 A busy newsroom receives the news that the U.S.S Panay has been sunk by the Japanese on December 11th, 1937. The newsroom manager reads the message to the other startled reporters and employees.
1930S BREAKING NEWS - 2 A busy newsroom receives the news that the U.S.S Panay has been sunk by the Japanese on December 11th, 1937. The editor approves the copy and an assistant takes the story to the radio announcer.
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