PRESIDENT STRICKEN WITH ILLNESS - 2 Personnel type up messages of sympathy for President Eisenhower from all over the world, including Moscow, as the President recovers from illness. Vice-President Nixon and Administration leaders make plans to keep the government functioning during the enforced inactivity of the Chief Executive, as the entire nation awaits developments and ponders the future.
600 HOUSE TOWN MOVED Moving day for an entire town. The world's largest machinery begins moving the houses of Iriquois, Ontario, out of the path planned for the St. Lawrence Seaway. In the houses, life goes on as usual, the huge-scale job goes off smoothly.
YANKEES VERSUS DODGERS IN WORLD SERIES It's New York's twelfth subway series, as the Yankees and Dodgers meet for the World's Championship of baseball in Yankee stadium. The managers, Walt Alston and Casey Stengel, shake hands before the game. Brooklyn, in quest of its first series victory, opens with big Don Newcombe in the first game, opposed by Whitey Ford of the Yanks. The fans gather in the stands.
Date: September 28, 1955 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:33:00, No Audio
IKE MEETS GOP LEADERS President Eisenhower breakfasts with 13 Republican State Chairmen in Denver, Colorado. Campaign tactics for '56 are on everyone's minds, but the big question goes unasked and unanswered: Will Ike run?
ADENAUER IN MOSCOW Germany's Chancellor Adenauer visits Moscow at Russia's invitation for talks on German reunification and allied topics. Little progress is made as Moscow demands German neutrality, and German inquiries after 200,000 P.O.W.s still held by Russia, prove stumbling blocks.
WASHINGTON D.C. SITES Tourist sites in Washington D.C. during the passing of the Civil Rights Laws of 1964. Monuments included are the Capitol Building, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial and the south lawn of the White House.
LOST CHILDREN HOLDING AREA AT WORLD'S FAIR Children at the lost and found area during the 1964 World's Fair in New York speak with security officers and color with crayons while they wait to be picked up by their parents.
CHILDREN'S EXHIBIT AT WORLD'S FAIR The Atomsville, USA exhibit at the 1964 World's Fair in New York is made especially for children to teach them about atomic energy. Their parents watch them participate on television monitors.
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION OF 1964 The Republican Party convenes in San Francisco to choose its candidate in the 1964 campaign for President. The cable cars announce the event and a button salesman begins promoting his business. Nelson Rockefeller arrives at the airport.
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