ROCKEFELLER VOICES SUPPORT FOR SCRANTON 1964 - HD New York governor Nelson Rockefeller states that the moderate, progressive faction of the Republican party should support Pennsylvania governor Scranton as the Republican candidate for the 1964 election. He thinks Scranton could win over Goldwater if all of the moderate Republicans would unite. Direct transfer from film, Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 1080p.
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.
G.O.P CONVENTION HIGHLIGHTS Interest and excitement mount in Chicago even before the arrival of Vice-President Nixon and the formal opening of the Republican National Convention. New York's Governor Rockefeller, following his 14-point platform agreement with Nixon, dominates the pre-convention spotlight. Although he's ruled himself out as a candidate for either the number 1 or 2 spots, his enthusiasts continue a stirring series of demonstrations. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
PACIFIC SEARCH FOR ROCKEFELLER Despite encouraging clues, there seems little chance that Michael Rockefeller, 23-year-old son of New York's Governor, has survived his ordeal in the jungles of New Guinea. He swam for shore when his boat capsized off the coast. Governor Nelson Rockefeller tells the news at a press conference live from New Guinea.
ROCKEFELLER LEAVES ON VENEZUELAN HONEYMOON New York's Governor Nelson Rockefeller and his bride, the former Mrs. Margaretta Fitler Murphy leave for a Honeymoon in Venezuela after a quiet wedding in Pocantico Hills, New York. Immediate speculation is rife on how the marriage will affect Mr. Rockefeller's Presidential ambitions in 1964.
ROCKEFELLERS AT KYKUIT ESTATE A Rockefeller family portrait includes son Steven C. and his new wife Anne-Marie Rasmussen with her father Christian and Governor Nelson Rockefeller and his wife Mary Clark. The visit marks the first time the press was allowed to photograph the Rockefeller Estate, Kykuit, in Westchester, New York.
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