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NEWTON CROSS. TALKS TO CAMERA ABOUT THE SOUND MOTION PICTURES. TALKING HEAD
MEN SETTING UP DISPLAY IN GROCERY STORE. FLOUR DISPLAY. SACKS OF FLOUR PUT AROUND BARREL IN SUPERMARKET. CIRCA 1934
GROCERY STORE CAN DISPLAY. CANS PILED UP HIGH.
FEMALE SHOPPER PUTS CANS IN WICKER BASKET.
CU GROCER MAKING PRICE CARDS. SHAVING DOWN WOODEN STICK. PAINTS SIGN WITH STICK.
COMBINE IN FIELD. FARMERS THRASHING WHEAT.
HARVESTING. CIRCA 1934.
1930s HOUSEWIFE IN KITCHEN. RECIPE. MIXING INGREDIENTS. MEASURING. CU MIXING BOWL OF DOUGH.
CUTTING OUT ROUND BISCUITS. PUT INTO PAN, PAN PUT IN OVEN. HOUSEWIFE BAKING. COOKING WITH RECIPE CU TIMER
SCIENCE LAB. TESTING. EXPERIMENTS. THERMOMETER READS 20
OLD FASHIONED CAR. DIRT PATH. CRANKS CADILLAC 02
FUTURISTIC CAR ON THE ROAD. PEOPLE LOOK AT CAR.
DOODLE BUG. 1930s VISION OF THE FUTURE.
ANIMATION, PISTON WORKING, GAUGE. MOTION PICTURE DRAWING. MECHANICAL ILLUSTRATIONS, 1934
SELLING AND ADVERTISING PRODUCTS. PRINT ADS AND OTHER ADVERTISING PRODUCTS.
CU SPEEDOMETER, MILES CHANGING
CANNERY. CANS ON ASSEMBLY LINE. 1930s
PROP PLANE. TWA. LIGHTNING BOLT FROM PROPELLER
ECU CAR TIRE SPINS
TRAIN APPROACHES AND PASSES
TAPE ENDS ABRUPTLY. CALVIN COMPANY CAR.
STEAM COMES FROM PIPE. STEAM ROLLER.
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