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
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.
F.D. ROOSEVELT'S 1ST INAUGURATION President-elect F.D. Roosevelt taking his oath of office at the US Capitol. He states, "...that I will faithfully
execute the Office of President of the United States..."
Date: January 20, 1937 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:06:00, With Audio
PRESIDENT HOOVER CAMPAIGNS FOR RE-ELECTION Images of US President Herbert Hoover campaigning for re-election. Hoover greeting supporters and making speeches in a variety of locations while on the campaign trail. Incredible shots of crowded indoor campaign rallies; the halls are filled with thousands of supporters waving American flags. Includes interesting shot of Hoover with a scowling expression.
DEMOCRATS ELECT ROOSEVELT Images of the 1932 Republican National Convention, held at Chicago Stadium. The crowded convention hall, filled with banners and signs representing various US states. People waving flags in the crowd. Herbert Hoover waves at the crowd amidst flashing bulbs. An attractive woman is carried in the crowd as part of the celebration.
PRESIDENT HOOVER AT 1932 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Herbert Hoover soundbite at the 1932 Republican National Convention, where the Republican Party re-elected him to run for President: he states, "...the repeal of the 18th Amendment, " in refernce to Prohibition. Audio of loud cheering from the crowd following the statement. Images of the crowded convention, held at Chicago Stadium, filled with banners and signs representing various US states. People waving flags in the crowd.
HERBERT HOOVER ACCEPTANCE SPEECH Herbert Hoover at the 1932 Republican National Convention, accepting that party's nomination for President. He triumphantly declares, "Let us all here assembled constitute ourselves prophets of a new order of competence and of courage. This is more than a political campaign; it is a call to arms. Give me your help, not to win votes alone, but to win in this crusade to restore America to its own people."
1932 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION - 2 Images of the 1932 Republican National Convention, held at Chicago Stadium. The crowded convention hall, filled with banners and signs representing various US states. People waving flags in the crowd.
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