1960 SUMMER OLYMPICS HIGHLIGHTS - 2 Don Bragg sets an Olympic Pole Vaulting record at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome. Fans holding torches look ahead to the Tokyo Summer Olympics of 1964 during the closing ceremonies in Rome.
MAN SETS NEW BURIED ALIVE RECORD Harry A. Morrison buries himself six feet underground for four months in a coffin with only a small hole through which he can receive food and water. People pay to watch his coming out as he is unearthed in good spirits.
KINGFORD-SMITH & TAYLOR SET NEW FLIGHT RECORD Australian aviators Capt. P.G. Taylor and Sir Charles Kingford-Smith fly from Australia to San Francisco, California in the Lady Southern Cross setting a new record of being the first to fly the route via the Pacific.
SETTING UP AND USING RELOADING PRESS - 1960S - 2 A man using his reloading press for the first time reads the instructions then makes a written record of the correct measurements for each type of ammunition he is reloading. After that he makes additional adjustments to the machine, adds powder then produces his first reloaded shotgun shell.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:51:00, No Audio
LONGEST SANDWICH EVER MADE The Waterloo University Food Services Department hopes to break the World Record for the longest sandwich ever made, with their creation that runs 402 feet long.
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Date: October 15, 2001 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:27:00, With Audio
NEW ZEALAND FEMALE AVIATION RECORD BREAKER JEAN BATTEN New Zealand female pilot Jean Batten lands her plane. Still wearing her flight gear Ms. Batten poses for cameras before leaving the plane and walking through the crowd of fans followed by reporters. She was awarded the Harmon Trophy three times for setting new aviation records in the decade.
AVIATION RECORD BREAKERS JIM MOLLISON & AMY JOHNSON Jim Mollison a famous Scottish pioneer aviator is surrounded by media and fans after setting yet another flight record. He attracted even more attention when he announced his marriage to notable English female aviator Amy Johnson also surrounded by media and fans. Mollison proposed to Ms. Johnson only 8 hours after they met during a flight together.
FEMALE PILOT JERRIE MOCK CIRCLES GLOBE SOLO Ohio mother of three Geraldine "Jerrie" Mock sets out to finish what Amelia Earhart started and completes the first solo around-the-world flight by a woman pilot, and in a record 29 days too.
WORLD RECORD SKY JUMP - 2 A man is congratulated for setting a record for the world's highest sky jump in Toronto, Canada. An aerial of the Toronto skyline is shown with the CN Tower in the foreground.
Date: August 18, 2005 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:09:00, No Audio
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