WILSON IN OFFICE US President Woodrow Wilson seated at a desk in an office; papers are shuffled and a typed page with the handwritten note Address to Congress, 8 January 1918 is seen. Wilson reading papers at his desk.
1960S NEWSROOM - 1 The newsroom at the Washington Post in the 1960's. The city editor gets a phone call, then sends a reporter and a photographer out to get the story. Could pass for any 1960's era office.
END OF WWII CELEBRATIONS - 2 Huge crowds of military officers and civilians, in New York's Times Square, ecstatically celebrating the end of WWII. People marching in a parade. People waving at the camera and holding up the newspaper declaring Japan's surrender. Thousands of people standing in the streets as sailors hang from a lightpost. Office paper showers down onto the crowd.
Date: August 14, 1945 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:09:00, No Audio
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