1950S VEHICLES Three hand held shots of early 1950s: MS of red farm tractor plowing field as camera pans right to left. MS of another tractor pulling produce trailer through small town streets. Jump cut MS of red, horsedrawn van in same small town streets, with "War Surplus" sign in BG.
Date: 1951 - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:21:00, No Audio
LOBSTERS - HD A surplus of lobsters on the market means the price per pound for the tasty crustacean is dropping. PLEASE NOTE - news reporter audio is for reference only and is not available for licensing purposes. Mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ, available in all forms of HD and SD.
Date: December 1, 2012 - COLOR Source: HD Length: 00:00:14:00, With Audio
DETROIT WELFARE DEPOT - HD In Detroit, poor and unemployed residents line up outside a surplus commodities depot run by the welfare department to get food and supplies. Residents return home to substandard housing conditions. Good clip to depict urban poverty and racial inequality. Transferred from film, mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ and Uncompressed, available in all forms of HD and SD.
MILITARY GOODS END UP IN DUMP - HD In a junkyard, a bulldozer takes aim at mounds of abandoned military equipment including piles of ammunition and an empty fuselage. Other army surplus is stacked neatly for recycling.
WHEAT STORED IN MOTHBALL FLEET With grain elevators glutted, 30 million bushels of surplus wheat find storage space on freighters of the mothball fleet, laid up at Northwestern piers in case of future need.
COSTA RICA CONFLICT Representatives of the Organization of American States arrive to investigate charges that the Costa Rica conflict was fomented in Nicaragua. Meanwhile, four surplus U.S. fighter planes are sold at nominal cost to Costa Rica to stave off further air strikes by the rebels.
U.S. TO SELL GRAIN TO SOVIET BLOC At his news conference President John F. Kennedy makes the announcement that the United States will sell surplus wheat to Russia and her satellites. The 310,000,000 purchase will be from U.S. surplus stocks and will help reduce the 1,000,000,000 tons in storage while at the same time benefit the U.S. balance-of-payments deficit.
WAR SURPLUS & RUSSIAN ANARCHISTS DEPORTED In an effort to "defeat the profiteers," the U.S. government sells its WWI surplus. Humanitarian aid is exported to Russia. Anarchists board the Buford, where they are deported Russia.
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