"...THIS IS NONSENSE..." SOUND BITE Presidential candidate Edmund Muskie dismisses the assertion by Republican rivals that members of the Democratic Party are any less patriotic than those in the Republican Party.
Date: 1970s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:02:06:00, With Audio
1928 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION - 1 Images from the 1928 Democratic Convention. The hall is crowded with banners, attendees and people holding signs representing various states. The crowd applauding and waving. CU of a woman attendee wearing 1920's fashion.
1928 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION - 2 Images from the 1928 Democratic Convention. A Democratic party representative announces the nomination of Alfred E. Smith in a passionate, grandiose speech. The crowd cheering and holfing large signs of Smith.
1928 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION - 3 Images from the 1928 Democratic Convention. A Democratic party representative giving a passionate speech, stating, "This convention shall be and must be that incarnation of Thomas Jefferson." He then introduces Franklin D. Roosevelt. The crowd cheering and holding up flags, banners and signs.
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.
1948 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION IMAGES Images from the 1948 Democratic Convention. A giant, carnival-style dinosaur head on the exterior of a building. The crowded convention hall floor. Images of people cooling themselves in the apparently hot convention building: people fanning themselves; a man wiping sweat from himself; a man wearing a wet towel around his head. A man holding a sign reading, "WE ARE MILD ABOUT HARRY." An old man wearing a top hat, smoking a cigar. Signs promoting Truman for president. A music group, playing noisemakers and pots as instruments. Interesting characters in attendance, including a skinny cowboy and a fat, dancing woman. Harry S. Truman with running mate Alben W. Barkley. Images of cheering crowds.
1960 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION IN LOS ANGELES The Democratic Party Convention meets in Los Angeles to nominate their candidate for the 1960 presidential election. Senator John F. Kennedy is a front-runner but Lyndon Baines Johnson, Adlai Stevenson, and Stuart Symington have their supporters as well.
Date: July 7, 1960 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:55:00, With Audio
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