ELECTION COVERAGE - 1948 CU of NBC radio reporters broadcasting election results. Signs at the site read, POPULAR VOTE TABULATORS. Workers write on a giant chalk board, labeled "STATE CHART". CU of the chart, with numbers listed for Dewey and Truman. Women making calculations on counting machines. Operators answering phones. Reporters typing. Times Square electronic sign reads, "TRUMAN TAKES LEAD." Truman's name covering the tallying chalkboards.
OLE ALGARD OF THE UNITED NATIONS - 1 Ole Algard, President of The United Nations Security Council in April 1979, answers the phone in his office and discusses arranging a meeting of the Security Council.
Date: April, 1979 - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:13:00, No Audio
DEWEY CAMPAIGNING Images of Thomas E. Dewey campaigning for President in 1948. POV shot of Dewey waving to crowd from moving train. Cheering Dewey supporters with signs and American flags. Dewey waving victoriously. Scenes from Election Day. A sign, reading, "VOTE HERE." Citizens entering a building marked "TOWN HALL" in the snow. Voters checking in at a polling station. Poll workers conducting the voting process. People voting in a variety of voting booths. CU of the presidential ballot. CU of a woman's hand marking a ballot. Ordinary citizens dropping ballots into ballot boxes. Harry S. Truman and Thomas E. Dewey voting. CU of NBC radio reporters broadcasting election results from an election counting site. Signs at the site read, "POPULAR VOTE TABULATORS." Workers write on a giant chalk board, labeled, "STATE CHART." CU of the chart, with numbers listed for Dewy and Truman. Women making calculations on counting machines. Operators answering phones. Reporters typing. Times Square electronic sign reads, "TRUMAN TAKES LEAD." Truman's name covering the tallying chalkboard as he declares victory. Ecstatic people in a ballroom, some seated at tables, others dancing and drinking.
9/11 COMMISSION REPORT - 2004 - CO-CHAIR LEE HAMILTON SPEAKS The co-chair of the commission appointed to investigate the events allowing the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon states, "The critical theme that emerged throughout our enquiry was the difficulty of answering the queston who is in charge." The Commission's 2004 report was critical of U.S. intelligence agencies who failed to act on leads that could have prevented the attacks.
Date: July 22, 2004 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:11:00, With Audio
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