1928 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION - 1 Images from the 1928 Democratic Convention. The hall is crowded with banners, attendees and people holding signs representing various states. The crowd applauding and waving. CU of a woman attendee wearing 1920's fashion.
1928 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION - 2 Images from the 1928 Democratic Convention. A Democratic party representative announces the nomination of Alfred E. Smith in a passionate, grandiose speech. The crowd cheering and holfing large signs of Smith.
1928 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION - 3 Images from the 1928 Democratic Convention. A Democratic party representative giving a passionate speech, stating, "This convention shall be and must be that incarnation of Thomas Jefferson." He then introduces Franklin D. Roosevelt. The crowd cheering and holding up flags, banners and signs.
WILL ROGERS 1928 DEMOCRATIC SPEECH - 1 Will Rogers giving an impassioned speech at the 1928 Democratic Convention. Rogers urges the crowd to support the Party's presidential nominee. Audio of loud cheering from the crowd. Images of the crowd cheering and waving hats and signs. People holding signs representing various states.
1930S FLOODS - 2 Dramatic images of floods which devastated regions of the United States in the 1930s. A boat, filled with men, women and children, takes flood survivors to safety. Women trapped in a barn, flooded with water. POV boat shots of flood victims/survivors standing and sitting in boats outside their homes.
1930S FLOODS - 1 Dramatic images of floods which devastated regions of the United States in the 1930s. Low angle shot of rushing rivers. A woman sits on the roof of a house, underwater from the flood; a man rows a boat toward her. Officials surveying the damage in a boat.
CHARLES EVANS HUGHES CU of early twentieh century political figure Charles Evans Hughes. Throughout his career, Hughes served as New York Governor and Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. United States military officials, in uniform, saluting.
UNITED STATES CAPITOL Exterior shots of the United States Capitol. Tilting shot of the domed roof, down to the steps descending in front of the building. People dressed in twenties' fashions walking down the steps.
FDR FIRST INAUGURAL ADDRESS & MONTAGE OF AMERICAN IMAGES President F.D. Roosevelt's First Inaugural Address on the east portico of the U.S. Capitol. A crowd watches the address. The audio of his speech, "...under my constitutional duty to recommend the measures that a stricken nation in the midst of a stricken world may require" is heard over an image of a rainy swamp, a man looking woefully out of a shack and an aerial view of the Capitol, surrounded by crowds. The statement is followed by cheering.
Date: March 4, 1933 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:15:00, With Audio
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