US Obama Canada
President Barack Obama condemned fatal shootings in Canada on Wednesday as "outrageous attacks." Obama spoke by telephone with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and said he offered condolences on behalf of the American people. (Oct. 22)
American women workers punch mica into strips and washers.
Describes raw materials used in telephone manufacturing. The map of India is shown. Women workers in America punch mica into strips and washers that insulates a telephone's transmitter. Animation shows the use of mica inside a telephone's transmitter. Location: United States USA. Date: 1928.
AAA DISTRACTED DRIVING
Woman Walks Down Street Talking On Phone
Land, United States, Temperate, Urban, Manhattan, New York, north america, African American, Lifestyle, Sidewalk, Telephone, City, Street, Woman, PEOPLE, Scenic, Day
Hurricane Harvey in Texas - relief workers field calls inside disaster operation center
Pathe
Telephone exchange in San Francisco for Chinese-speaking inhabitants of Chinatown
AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH / AT&T
Harlem Bully
On a Harlem street corner, two boys run away from an older bully. WS shows New York City street, sprinting kids, a telephone booth on the corner. DOC/WA - 1960's - B/W
Focus: [issue of March 15, 2023]
France 24
CITY STREET - 1970s
Telephone poles line a city street circa 1970s.
PA-0820 Digibeta
Telephone Etiquette
BCCI / CLIFFORD CLARK RESIGNATION
CLARK CLIFFORD HAS RESIGNED AS CHAIRMAN OF "FIRST AMERICAN BANKSHARES INCORPORATED". THE HOLDING COMPANY THE GOVERNMENT SAYS WAS ILLEGALLY ACQUIRED BY "BANK OF CREDIT AND COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL"..... BETTER KNOWN AS B-C-C-I. ADDITIONALLY, ROBERT ALTMAN, CLIFFORD'S LAW PARTNER, IS RESIGNING AS PRESIDENT OF FIRST AMERICAN CORPORATION.., ONE OF THE COMPANIES CONTROLLED BY THE HOLDING COMPANY. MEANTIME, FIRST AMERICAN ANNOUNCED CLIFFORD WILL BE REPLACED BY NICHOLAS KATZENBACH, A FORMER U-S ATTORNEY GENERAL.. AS "CHAIRMAN" OF FIRST AMERICAN BANKSHARES.
LAYING PHONE LINE
Location Unknown / Unclear. <br/> <br/>Amphibious craft with three American soldiers in, moving through water towards camera. Close up shots of hands of one of the men fiddling with wires. Several shots of more vehicles driving through flooded area laying telephone lines.
Development Of Communications - From Telegraph To T.V.
Old western stagecoach, Image of a rotating world globe in the sky with lighting flash. Still image of Alessandro Volta, Italian physicist known for the invention of the DC (direct current) battery. Still image of William Watson English physician and scientist. Animation used to illustrate the flow of DC current using the earth to complete the circuit. Still image of Joseph Henry an American scientist. Still image of Samuel Morse American inventor. Animation illustrates how the telegraph works. Image of original model of the world's first telegraph. Image of a hand operating a telegraph keyboard sending a telegraph message. Shows laying of telegraph wires cable between North America and Europe in 1866. In 1876 Alexander Graham Bell discovered the principal of the telephone. Animation illustrates the principal of the telephone, brief image of telephone switchboard and telephone poles and wires along a rural road. Still image of Guglielmo Marconi Italian engineer and inventor known for his pioneering work on long-distance wireless communications. Animation is used to illustrate the operation of a vacuum tube. A radio announcer says this is station KDKA
Bridgeman Images Details
Aldrin laughs with wife, Apollo 11 quarantine, July 1969
Aldrin laughs with wife, Apollo 11 quarantine, July 1969. Footage of US astronaut Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin laughing while talking to his wife Joan by telephone from the Mobile Quarantine Facility (MQF) after the flight from Hawaii, arriving at Ellington Air Force Base, Texas, USA, on 27 July 1969. The three Apollo 11 astronauts (Neil Armstrong, Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin, Michael Collins) had safely returned to Earth following their historic mission to the Moon. They had achieved the first landing by humans on the Moon on 20 July 1969 as part of NASA's Apollo 11 mission (16-24 July 1969). With the assembled press watching, the families of the astronauts greeted them and talked to them by telephone. The astronauts were then taken in the MQF to the Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas, USA, where they were kept in quarantine for 18 days until 10 August 1969.
Students on their phones while sitting at desk in classroom
Row of high school students sitting at desks in classroom using their phones with paper assignments in front of them
Various Phone Company Personnel
Montage of male and female telephone operators and technicans. Operators all wear headsets. Four shots of technician repairing circuit board. Overhead shot of operators at carousel-style workstations. Closeups of hands filing documents. Three shots of people meeting at desks and conference tables. A man mows lawn outside office building. Technician fixes rear brake light on company van. Split screens of telephone company workers. DOC/WA - 1970's - CLR
QUEEN'S SILVER JUBILEE aka ROYAL SILVER JUBILEE
Boston, United States of America. (Rushes without any sound.) <br/> <br/>Attractive coloured girl talks on the telephone in a busy office. American flay on wall. others on telephone. "Vote for George 111" sign. Singing and dancing in the streets. Sign <br/>"Paul Revere was a snitch". Busy office, typing and answering the phone.
Reenactment: A U.S. soldier talks over a handie talkie and another speaks over a field telephone in Hollywood, California.
Radio Transmission Security in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California during World War II. A reenactment: an actor portrays an American soldier talking over a handie talkie. Another soldier speaks over a field telephone. Location: Hollywood Los Angeles California USA. Date: November 4, 1943.
Paramount
Flood scenes of houses, cars and city in the St. Louis, MO area
8 p.m.: [24 February 2023 broadcast]
A2 / France 2
Woman Hails Taxi Cab On Busy Street
Land, United States, Temperate, Urban, New York, New York City, north america, African American, Cab, Car, Cell, Cellular, Driving, Lifestyle, Mobile, Passenger, Phone, Street, Taxi, Taxicab, Telephone, City, Street, Taxi, Close Up, Track, PEOPLE, Scenic, Transportation, Day
Quarantined Apollo 11 crew greet families, July 1969
Quarantined Apollo 11 crew greet families, July 1969. Footage of two of the Apollo 11 astronauts greeting their families after their flight from Hawaii, arriving at Ellington Air Force Base, Texas, USA, in the Mobile Quarantine Facility (MQF) on 27 July 1969. The three US astronauts (Neil Armstrong, Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin, Michael Collins) had safely returned to Earth following their historic mission to the Moon. They had achieved the first landing by humans on the Moon on 20 July 1969 as part of NASA's Apollo 11 mission (16-24 July 1969). With the assembled press watching, the families of the astronauts greeted them and talked to them by telephone at the windows of the MQF. This footage shows first Collins talking to his wife Pat and another family member and then Aldrin talking to his wife Joan. The astronauts were then taken in the MQF to the Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas, USA, where they were kept in quarantine for 18 days until 10 August 1969.