TOURISTS VIEW MANHATTAN BY BOAT AND BY PLANE In New York, NY the U.S.S. Constitution, once the Queen of the Navy, sails into harbor of the metropolis. The German airplane, "Do-X", the 20th century's mode of travel, floats over Manhattan's skyline to settle in a nearby berth and vie with the Navy ship for favor among the sight-seers, aerial views of 1931 Manhattan.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:45:00, No Audio
USS CONSTITUTION SETS SAIL AGAIN - 1930 The USS Constitution aka Old Ironsides is outfitted with new masts as it's brought out of retirement. Massachusetts Governor Frank G. Allen puts a silver dollar under the mainmast as it is set in place.
U.S.S. CONSTITUTION - 2 1950s home movie footage of tourists on board the U.S.S. frigate Constitution, which is docked in Boston Harbor. The Constitution-called "Old Ironsides" was one of the first of the original six frigates that made up the U.S. Navy.
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:19:00, No Audio
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