KRON: Shell News Report (1957) (Updated over a year ago)
Please note: there are occasional sound and picture faults throughout this clip, caused by warpage of the original 16mm film stock. KRON-TV Shell News Report from 1957, presented by Tom Franklin, reviewing local news items in the Bay Area. This daily report shows views of the San Francisco Chronicle's City Room and includes news features relating to: abandoning the 'scramble' system of pedestrians crossing streets in downtown San Francisco; Private William Gerard's return to San Francisco following a criminal conviction in Korea; a presentation of the Eureka passenger ferry to the San Francisco Maritime Museum; Golden Gate Park's buffalo herd; Circuit Judge Tom P. Brady (Mississippi) speaking in favor of racial segregation at the Commonwealth Club; Governor Walter A. Gordon (U.S. Virgin Islands) speaking for integration; the murder on Dunes Beach (San Mateo) of Mrs Carola Hartog; a Billy Graham speech to ministers in San Francisco; a Jewish New Year ceremony at Temple Sherith Israel in San Francisco; the last game of the San Francisco Seals in San Francisco; racing from Golden Gate Fields and comic scenes of Franklin interviewing cyclist Ron Wollen of Brooklyn, whilst riding his bike along a city street.
Tags: african american civil rights, baseball, bertram l. wolfson, billy graham, commonwealth club, cycling, dunes beach, eureka passenger ferry, golden gate fields, governor walter a. gordon, horse racing, kron 14, morris goldstein, mrs carola hartog, private william gerard, racial segregation, san francisco chronicle, san francisco maritime museum, san francisco seals, san mateo, temple sherith israel, tom franklin, tom p. brady
Added to San Francisco Bay Area Television Archive on September 25, 2011.
- Type of material: news report
- Duration: 15:52
- Rights for this video belong to: KRON-TV
- Recording medium: 16mm, b&w co-magnetic sound film
- Date aired: 1957
- Originally aired on: KRON-TV