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Made in 1952 by the Jam Handy Organization for Chevrolet, "The Key to Our Horizons" shows America and the planet Earth with an increasing amount of cars and traffic. In fact at the time the movie was made, 50 million cars and trucks (which could circle the earth 7 times) were in the United States. Today they are 250 million. The film promotes the role of the auto industry in the nation's economy, and the role of the automobile in everyday life. The film features images of assembly lines, and states that one in every seven Americans are involved in producing (directly or indirectly) automobiles today. One sixth of all business in the USA at this time was connected to the automobile... The film shows the City of Milwaukee including Demery's Dept. Store (8:00) and also Los Angeles (4:00)...
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www.POTRBLOG.com To keep it quick and simple: The Milwaukee cop that killed Syville Smith has been identified as gangster cop rapper KB Domo In 2015, a year before the riot, KB Domo co-stared in a rap video with Dae Flywalker in which police officer "KB Domo" expressed a desire to cause a Baltimore style riot in Milwaukee At 7:45 AM - 13 Aug 2016 Dae Flywalker posted the "riot" rap video to Twitter (A whole YEAR after the video was made, and only a few hours BEFORE the killing that sparked the riots) A few hours after Officer KB Domo's "riot" rap video was posted to Twitter, at approximately 2:30 PM -13 Aug 2016 Officer KB Domo supposedly shot and killed Syville Smith; therby triggering the Milwaukee riots At 11:05 PM - 13 Aug 2016 Dae Flywalker Tweeted "It's a dead ass purge goin on i...
Joe Brown describes the country-wide search for old circus wagons and the work of the circus world museum in restoring them. Includes an old-fashioned July 4th circus parade in Milwaukee, which Mr. Brown reviews. WDTVLIVE42 - Transport, technology, and general interest movies from the past - newsreels, documentaries & publicity films from my archives.
What kind of circumstances give rise but absolutely do not justify the behaviour witnessed in Milwaukee last weekend? I decided to take a look. Sources: Milwaukee City Library article: http://city.milwaukee.gov/ImageLibrary/Groups/ccCouncil/2011-PDF/08-EnclosurestoMilwaukeePlanst.pdf Feb 2016 artilce - Why is Milwaukee so bad for black people? http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/why-is-milwaukee-so-bad-for-black-people/ Stefan Molyneux video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mh7YOupxpQ8 TWITTER: @scroweman PATREON: https://www.youtube.com/c/IndependentManspeaks
The Numerically Controlled Machining Center that Changes Months to Minutes - a demonstration of Kearney & Trecker's "Milwaukee-Matic" numerically-controlled machining center. The history of numerical control (NC) began when the automation of machine tools first incorporated concepts of abstractly programmable logic, and it continues today with the ongoing evolution of computer numerical control (CNC) technology. The first NC machines were built in the 1940s and 1950s, based on existing tools that were modified with motors that moved the controls to follow points fed into the system on punched tape. These early servomechanisms were rapidly augmented with analog and digital computers, creating the modern CNC machine tools that have revolutionized the machining processes. WDTVLIVE42 - Tr...
Take a 1950's luxury train trip from Chicago to Seattle on the "Super Dome Olympian Hiawatha", with footage in the diner, coaches, Super Dome, sky top car, and sleepers, running along the Dells, the Mississippi, and the electrified territory in the mountains. Visits are made to many tourist spots along the way. The streamlined Olympian Hiawatha replaced the Milwaukee's heavyweight Olympian train in 1947. The train was designed by industrial designer Brooks Stevens and included the distinctive glassed-in "Skytop" observation-sleeping cars. In 1952 the Milwaukee Road added full-length "Super Dome" cars to the train. While the Milwaukee Road heavily promoted the Olympian Hiawatha and its highly scenic route through Idaho and Montana's Bitteroot Mountains and the Cascade range in Washington,...
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Baked Beans are not for astronauts
Denver Zephyr, Burlington Route Circa 1956 - This is a very campy travelogue about the re-equipped Vista-Dome 1956 Denver Zephyr. It was recovered from a VHS home made tape of unknown origin given to me 20 years ago. The original was likely a 16 mm movie commissioned by the Burlington Route publicity department. Enjoy the armchair trip from Chicago Union Station to Denver with a trip on the Colorado Springs section as well.
This video is from Milwaukee, Peawaukee Lake in Wisconsin, Jim & Shirley Hallock wedding,lots of airplanes and water skiing with my dad. These were shot in the early 1950s. And ending with Mickey and Thelma, Donna and Jerry at Peawaukee Lake. Family members feel free to share these with anyone you feel would get a kick out of them.