FDR FIRESIDE CHAT OF OCTOBER 10, 1933 FDR addresses the Nation in his fireside chat of October 10, 1933. He reassures the American people that recovery from the Great Depression is coming and they are all headed in the right direction.
Date: October 10, 1933 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:03:37:00, With Audio
GANGSTER TELLS COMMITTE HOW TO STOP CRIME During a two-day investigation by the United States senate subcommittee on racketeering and kidnapping Chicago gangster Spike O'Donnell talks about what can be done to stop a life of crime.
N.Y.C. POSTAL WORKERS PROTEST LAY-OFFS More than 1,500 postal workers accompanied by their wives and children march up Broadway and assemble at the General Post Office to protest mail carrier lay-offs.
L.A. STARS ARRIVE FOR NYC CELEBRATION Famous cowboy celebrity Tom Mix and other Hollywood stars arrive from Los Angeles in the “42nd Street Special” train. The train pulls into Grand Central Terminal, N.Y. as part of a celebration marking the 108th anniversary of the deeding of 42nd street to the city of New York.
CHICAGO THE ICY CITY - 1933 Chicago is buried beneath a winter storm that glazes everything with ice. The frozen city is all but deserted as trees bend under the weight of ice and a foolish motorist finds it impossible to stay on the road.
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