Life in the San Francisco Bay Area just after World War II: families stand on the Golden Gate Bridge and watch troops returning on naval vessels; a man spraypaints a car; the China Clippers and other aircraft fly around the Bay; a baby girl plays with blocks; a family picnics.

Detailed documentation of the "World of Tomorrow" in beautiful Kodachrome.

Kodachrome home movies from San Francisco's Golden Gate International Exposition (1939-40); views along the coast and highways of California and Oregon.

Government-sponsored film about the building of the Boulder dam.

Produced by Encyclopedia Britannica Films, in collaboration with William B. Wartman, M.D., School of Medicine, Northwestern University. Producer: Warren P. Everote.

Story by Kensiger Jones, directed by John Kennedy. Produced by Premiere Hardcastle, St. Louis. 0551 PA8484 Always On Call 033.10;

U.S. Army Production #701980 DA TVT-20652 U.S. Army Community and Family Support Center. Produced by U.S. Army Combat System Test Activity, OED, Images Tech.Br. Aberdeen Proving Gnd.Md.

Encyclopedia Britannica Films in collaboration with Robert S. Lynd, PhD, Columbia University.

Daily life in a South Dakota town during the Great Depression, shot by Ivan Besse.


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