AMERICANS BEAT RANGERS IN OVERTIME HOCKEY The Americans beat out the NY Rangers 3-2 for National League playoff honors in a game that goes into overtime until 1:25 a.m. Confetti rains from the sky and becomes the first hockey game to ever to make the front page of The New York Times.
PATTY BERG WINS WOMEN'S NATIONAL GOLF TITLE Patty Berg of Minneapolis finds that persistance pays off as she wins the Women's National Crown at Wilmette, Illinois. The petite redhead had tried three times before to capture the title and is thrilled to finally suceed defeating last year's winner Estelle Page.
TIMES SQUARE PROTEST AGAINST HITLER Thousands gather in Times Square, NYC to protest the actions of Hitler and Nazi, Germany. Signs and enormous caricatures of Hitler are carried through the streets as the protest goes well into the night.
KING GEORGE VI VISITS BOYS CAMP King George VI visits the Southwold, England boys' camp he founded when he was the Duke of York. His trip is partially to relive the many good times he's spent there and also to reassure the boys he hasn't forgotten them.
KURT WALDHEIM WAR CRIMES An article in the NY Times charges that Kurt Waldheim, former UN Secretary General, may have been involved in Nazi War Crimes during World War II. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING
Date: 1986 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:45:00, With Audio
eFootage is a premier HD, film and video stock footage archive (contemporary and vintage) specializing in news, industrial, and more.
We have over one million additional stock footage clips that we can search upon request.
Featuring Data Refinery® and WebMagic® search and data technology.
A premier dv, film and video, digital and hd stock footage archive