Centuries of Telling Time – 1957

In this short newsreel from 1957, we visit San Francisco’s Academy of Sciences as it exhibits the Horological Collection of

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American Scene: Tuesday in November – 1945

On the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November, every two years, citizens of the United States cast their

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A History of SF & Oakland Streetcars – 1945

1945’s March of Progress, produced by the Key System, a privately owned streetcar system owned by business magnate Francis “Borax” Smith,

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Colt 45 Malt Liquor – 1967

Before Colt 45 was associated with Billy Dee Williams and “that dynamite taste,” the famed Malt Liquor was once marketed

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How to Live in a City – 1964

Have you ever wondered what makes some cities better than others? In public access television pioneer George C. Stoney’s ‘How

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Are You Popular? – 1947

“Are You Popular?”, an educational film produced in 1947, discusses dating etiquette and how the wrong moves can destroy your

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