CITIZEN ENDORSES OTTO KERNER FOR GOVERNOR - HD A citizen endorses Otto Kerner on TV: "My name is John I. Smith. I am a Central Illinois green elevator operator. I am a Republican, but I feel I have to support Judge Otto Kerner, democratic nominee for governor." Note: Transferred from film to HD. 16x9 and 1080x1920 available in all HD & SD formats.
PROHIBITION ENDS - ROOSEVELT SIGNS LAW Prohibition ends, Roosevelt signs law permitting sale of beer and wine. Governor Smith of New York is given first case of Budweiser beer to be delivered in state of New York. "Happy Days are here again."
1928 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CANDIDATES The Republicans nominate Herbert Hoover as presidential candidate at their party convention in Kansas City. In Houston, the Democrats nominate Al Smith, governor of New York. From Film - available for HD upgrade.
AL SMITH VISITS GOLDEN GATE WORLD'S FAIR The former Governor of New York, Al Smith, and his wife, celebrate a wedding anniversary by taking in the scenic exhibits and views of the Golden Gate Exposition in a handsome cab.
AL SMITH MADE HONORARY INDIAN CHIEF Former New York Governor Al Smith is made an honorary Indian Chief by the Winnebago Tribe at the Chicago World Fair. He happily trades his famous brown derby for an indian headdress and there is much laughter over his new Indian name 'Watchgeegeepe Wakezake' meaning Happy Fighter (Warrior).
1964 REPUBLICAN PARTY CONVENTION San Francisco, California hosts the Republican Party Convention where the party will nominate their choice for president. Arrivals include Nelson Rockefeller, Margaret Chase Smith, Harry Cabot Lodge and more. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
AL SMITH SUPPORTS ROOSEVELT - 1932 Record crowds flock to Newark, N.J. to hear former New York governor Al Smith's public platform in support of democratic presidential candidate Franklin D. Roosevelt. Loudspeakers carry his words to more than 200,000 outside who can't fit into the building.
WILL ROGERS 1928 DEMOCRATIC SPEECH - 2 Will Rogers giving a hilarious speech at the 1928 Democratic Convention, where he pokes fun at FDR, politics and the convention. A. Standing near Rogers are then New York Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt and the 1928 Democratic nominee Al E. Smith. Reaction shots of Roosevelt and Smith laughing at Rogers' jokes.
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