USING A TELEGRAPH - HD Medium close up on a man's hand tapping out Morse code on a telegraph. Clip suitable to suggest communications or vintage technology. Transferred from film, mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ and Uncompressed, available in all forms of HD and SD.
Date: 1940s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:18:00, No Audio
LABOR STRIKES CONTINUE IN 1946 Telegraph workers in New York City go on strike picketing outside Western Union buildings. In Detroit the labor picture looks brighter Henry Kaiser and his partner J.W. Frazer reach an agreement with union leaders for the manufacture of their new cars at the former Ford Willow Run bomber plant.
STOCK EXCHANGE TRADING Two men in offices communicate by telephone, one makes a notation on a piece of paper, and gets up from his desk; men in shirtsleeves stand at a desk and place orders which they hand to men seated behind the desk; a hand operates a transmitting telegraph, a receiving telegraph is seen; men seated at a table with telephones and a conveyer belt in the center write on paper, then place papers on the conveyer belt. A man picks up the slips from the belt; Boards in the trading room are seen, a man changes information and numbers light up on the upper panel.
RADIO A man stands in his living room listening to his radio through a trumpet-shaped loudspeaker; in a studio, a formally dressed man speaks into a microphone; in his living room a man leans pensively on his radio, his ear to the speaker.
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