1940S HARLEM A street sign at west 135th street in Harlem during the 1940s. An African-American traffic cop directs children across the street, children dance on the sidewalk and (indicating the racial slant and stereotype of the times) eat watermelon.
WORLD LEADERS IN NEW YORK CITY At Yugoslav headquarters in New York City, Egypt's President Nasser meets with Marshal Tito. Nasser then traveled to the Soviet Estate in Glen Cove to meet with Khrushchev. At Harlem's Hotel Theresa Nasser meets with Fidel Castro. President Eisenhower rides by motorcade through the streets of Manhattan. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
CHRISTMAS IN JULY Children in New York's Harlem receive gifts and free movie show as part of a Christmas in July party sponsored by Police Square Club to foster better relations between the public and police. Commissioner Howard Leary and ClubrnPresident William Moriarity attended.
BLACKWELL CUP REGATTA Columbia oarsmen beat Yale and Penn in the Regatta Classic in New York, NY. Young Dick Glendon's varsity eight sweeps to victory a length ahead of Ed Leader's Eli crew and out in front of red and blue shell in fourth annual renewal of Blackwell Cup race on Harlem River. Blue and white boys row smoothly to win in a walk.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:38:00, No Audio
1933 HIT SONG "STORMY WEATHER" A 1930s band plays the popular song "Stormy Weather" while the male vocalist accompanies the band on the piano. The 1933 hit was first sung by Ethel Waters at The Cotton Club night club in Harlem.
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