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15 seconds of kids lined up and receiving vaccinations for the deadly Polio disease that struck many in the 1950's until Jonas Salk discovered the cure. Here parents take their kids to get their shots and the children happily (and bravely) take their turns. This is public domain footage and available for instant download at www.PublicDomainFootage****. Master footage is high-resolution NTSC - watermark does not appear on master footage and video is broadcast quality (unlike the demo). For more public domain archival footage visit www.PublicDomainFootage****. Total buyouts. No licensing hassles. Lowest rates on newsreels, archival stock footage and contemporary stock footage packages. Everything from the historical to the hysterical. If we don't have it we'll personally search the National Archives for you.
This video catalogs the history of the vaccine for polio (poliomyelitis), a debilitating disease universally feared in the early twentieth century. The polio vaccine was developed in 1954 by Jonas Salk, following rounds of extensive testing. In April of 1955, after testing its effectiveness, Eli Lilly began production of the vaccine, strictly following safety protocols. Even today, a polio vaccination is a necessary precaution that effectively ensures the health of all children.