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World Series 1952, Game 5, Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees, USA
World Series 1952, Game 5, Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees, USA

070269-1703 World Series 1952, Game 5, Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees, USA. The Dodgers struck first in the second off of Ewell Blackwell on Andy Pafko's RBI single with two on. In the fourth, with runners on second and third, Pee Wee Reese's sacrifice fly made it 2–0 Dodgers, then Duke Snider's two-run home run extended their lead to 4–0. Carl Erskine pitched four shutout innings before the Yankees torched him in the fifth. After a walk and single, Irv Noren's RBI single and Gil McDougald's forceout scored a run each. After a single and pop out, Johnny Mize's three-run home run put the Yankees ahead 5–4. In the seventh, Billy Cox singled, moved to second on a sacrifice bunt, and scored on Snider's RBI single, tying the game off of Johnny Sain. The game went into extra innings and in the top of the 11th, Billy Cox got his third hit of the game, moved up on a Pee Wee Reese hit and scored on Duke Snider's double off reliever Johnny Sain for what turned out to be the winning run. Erskine pitched all 11 innings for Brooklyn, retiring the last 19 batters he faced, closing it out by retiring future Hall of Famers Mickey Mantle, Johnny Mize and Yogi Berra 1-2-3. The Dodgers were one win away from a championship as the series returned to Brooklyn.

World Series 1952, Game 7, Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees, USA
World Series 1952, Game 7, Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees, USA

070269-2502 World Series 1952, Game 7, Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees, USA. Game 7 pitted Joe Black (15–4) vs Eddie Lopat (10–5). Black, who came out of the Negro leagues and was not even on the Dodgers spring training roster,[10] had already pitched a complete game win in Game 1 of the Series, pitched seven innings in a 2–0 loss in Game 4 and would be starting his third game in seven days. At that time there were no days off between games as both teams played in New York. For the Yankees, Billy Martin continued his solid play. Martin sat on the bench for most of the season's first two months and took over second base duties when Casey Stengel moved Gil McDougald from second to third base to replace military-bound Bobby Brown.

Phil Rizzuto led off the Yankee fourth with a double and Johnny Mize singled him home for a 1–0 lead. In the Dodger fourth, a single by Duke Snider followed by two consecutive sacrifice attempts by Jackie Robinson and Roy Campanella, intended to move runners over, loaded the bases instead. Allie Reynolds replaced Lopat and retired Gil Hodges with a fly to left that scored Snider. Reynolds struck out George Shuba, then induced Carl Furillo to ground out, leaving Robinson at third and the game tied 1–1. In the fifth inning, Gene Woodling homered for the Yankees, and the Dodgers' Billy Cox doubled followed by a Pee Wee Reese single tied the game at 2–2. Mickey Mantle demonstrated his penchant for coming up big in World Series play with a home run in the sixth inning and RBI single in the seventh (off of Preacher Roe) to give the Bronx Bombers a 4–2 lead. The Brooklyn boys loaded the bases again in the seventh, when Vic Raschi walked Furillo, Cox singled and Reese walked. Stengel called on Bob Kuzava, who retired Snider, setting the stage for Billy Martin. With two out and the runners moving, Jackie Robinson popped-up to the right of the mound. Kuzava hesitated, looking to his fielders. Martin charged hard from his position deep at second and caught the ball off his shoetops, to end the inning and save as many as 3 runs. Kuzava then quickly put the Dodgers down in the eighth and ninth to give the Yankees their fourth consecutive World Championship.

World Series 1952, Game 1, Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees, USA
World Series 1952, Game 1, Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees, USA

070269-0255 World Series, Game 1, Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees, USA 1952. Joe Black pitched a complete game and became the first African-American pitcher to win a World Series game. Jackie Robinson's lead off home run in the second off of Allie Reynolds put the Dodgers up 1–0, but Gil McDougald tied the game with a lead off home run of his own in the third. Duke Snider's two-run home run in the sixth put the Dodgers back in front 3–1. The Yankees cut the lead to 3–2 on a Gene Woodling triple and Hank Bauer sacrifice fly in the top of the eighth, but Pee Wee Reese gave the Dodgers that run back with a two-out home run in the eighth off of Ray Scarborough as Brooklyn won 4–2 to take a 1–0 series lead.

World Series 1952 , Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees, USA
World Series 1952 , Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees, USA

070269-0051 World Series 1952 game 1 , Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees, USA.

African-American Farmers, USA, 1930s - 1970s Compilation
African-American Farmers, USA, 1930s - 1970s Compilation

0280 Black-owned farm, 1930s-1940s. 170703 Mother cooking. Kids on farm. 170641 Sharecropper woman, 1940s-50s. 2621 Sharecropper plowing field, 1937. 170184 Black farmer, 1950s. RR#65 Black farmer, 1965. 2218 Black farm, 1968. 0626D-HD Black farm, 1950s-1960s. RR#122 Black farmers, 1953. 2320 Black boys working on farm, 1971.

African-American Family, 1960s - 1970s Compilation
African-American Family, 1960s - 1970s Compilation

RR#098D-HD Suburban family life (1974). 160152D-nat Suburban life (1975). RR#156 Family watching television. Family at home. Welfare family at home (1973). 1006 Family at home, eating dinner (1970s). 170740 Family birthday party (1970s). 170207 Family (1970s). 2440 Family (1970s). MA Family home movies (1963). 0428D-HD Profile of black family at home (1965). 0626D-HD Family (1960s).

African-American Family, 1980s - 1990s Compilation
African-American Family, 1980s - 1990s Compilation

170693HD Black family (1983). 170749 Black couple on vacation. Black family on beach. (1980s). 1375 Mother other and daughter. Mother and son putting band aid on. Mother and daughter play pattycake. Mother and daughter read book. Father and son walking. Holding hands and shaking hands. Father and son fishing (1995). 1376 Parents with new baby,

African-American Church, USA, 1940s - 1960s  Compilation (B)
African-American Church, USA, 1940s - 1960s Compilation (B)

010132 Preacher in Black church (1947). RR#717D-HD rural black church (1940s). RR#717D-HD black church service, World War II era (1940s). 170204 black church choir (1940s). 170415 black church (1940s). 170813HD rural black church (1953). 1909D black church in New York City (1954). 0626D-HD black church (1950s). 0626D-HD Upper/Middle-class Black parishioners outside church (1960s). 170704 Black Church Gospel Choir (1961). 170269 Black Church Gospel Choir (1960s). RR#401D-HD Baptist church in New Orleans (1966). 170077 black church goers, Martin Luther King (1962). 160190 black church choir (1960s). 170865D Martin Luther King speaking in church (1966).















African-American Church, USA, 1920s - 1940s Compilation (A)
African-American Church, USA, 1920s - 1940s Compilation (A)

0192 Black baptism in river, Black preacher speaking (1929). RR#720D Baptism in river (1920s). UN12 Black Billy Sunday converts 70 Negroes in annual baptism Newport News, Va - Rapid fire evangelist, after bringing crowds to the "mourners" bench - takes them out and dips them in the water to make sure of their salvation (1930). UN80 African Americans hold mass baptism (1935). UN956 African Americans hold mass baptism (1936). 0280 Rural Black family walks to church (1930s-40s). EK#19 Black Church Gospel Choir Elder Lightfoot Solomon Michaux & congregation (1930s). 01017 Black congregation at preacher at funeral (1944). 01023 Black church (1939). 01017-BoJ Black church choir (1941




Scotland, Grouse Hunting, UK, 1940s
Scotland, Grouse Hunting, UK, 1940s

FF0362-0141 Scotland, Grouse Hunting, 1940s, 16mm, HD. 12th of August beginning of summer vacation. Hunter and dogs prepare for hunt.