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UNITED STATES: 1960s: plane in sky. Space rocket on launch pad. Falling debris as rocket launches. UNITED STATES: 1960s: ink lines on paper. Chart shows line thickness. UNITED STATES: 1960s: finger points at paper drawing. Hands use cloth to clean drawing tools. UNITED STATES: 1960s: hand connects two lines on tracing paper. UNITED STATES: 1960s: hand draws circles with compass on tracing paper. Fingers draw around shape. UNITED STATES: 1960s: hand draws lines with triangular ruler. UNITED STATES: 1960s: hand draws line with ruler on paper. UNITED STATES: 1960s: fingers use triangle set to draw marks on paper. UNITED STATES: 1960s: ink utensil end points. Pencil points to ink position on pen. UNITED STATES: 1960s: bottle containing C-CL4 liquid. Cloth cleans over ink surface. UNITED STATES: 1960s: pencil points to drawings on paper. UNITED STATES: 1970s: man walks along path and reads book. Navy men talk and chat during walk. Naval Reserve officers at university. UNITED STATES: 1970s: two ladies in Navy uniform. Ladies walk to airport check out desk. Lady talks to men in office. Lady teaches in boardroom UNITED STATES: 1970s: fast jet lands on aircraft carrier. Wings raise on plane. Helicopters in air. Pilot climbs down from plane. UNITED STATES: 1970s: Navy ship at sea. Deck of ship. Man plays golf. Men talk by plane. Lady puts on graduation robe. UNITED STATES: 1960s: machines in factory. Reflection of man in liquid. Lady looks down microscope UNITED STATES: 1960s: Ford employees build cars at factory. Steel making process. UNITED STATES: 1960s: machine stores designs on computer. Workers carry design pattern. UNITED STATES: 1960s: car design molds. Men put car elements together as composite unit. UNITED STATES: 1960s: man works in blast furnace. Sparks from molten metal. Flames in furnace. Silica sand fed into furnace. UNITED STATES: 1960s: factory workers prepare small component parts for automobile assembly.
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