1930S RUSH HOUR TRAFFIC Model A Fords and other vehicles crowding a busy highway are proof that even the 1930s were not immune to rush hour traffic and traffic jams as cars and trucks back up as far as the eye can see while a traffic cop directs traffic.
1940'S - 500 LBS OF COTTON So the cotton can be handled conveniently it is mechanically accumulated to make a five hundred pound pack. Iron bands secure it so that it can travel securely anywhere in the world.
1940S TRAIN IMAGES POV shot from a train conductor's window of a fast-moving train passing on an adjacent track. A seated train conductor operating a train. A train crossing a small, suspended bridge while kids swim underneath in a lake. POV shot of rural landscape as seen from a moving train.
1950'S TOURISTS ENJOY ROADSIDE ATTRACTION A group of well dressed tourists enjoy an unusual site at a roadside attraction: an older, weathered looking monkey riding a donkey and fighting a dog! A sign reads "tip monkey for picture."
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:40:00, No Audio
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