WILSON IN U.S. FOR TALKS - HD Speaking with President Lyndon Johnson nearby outside of the White House, British Prime Minister Harold Wilson signals that he will bring up the matter of atomic war with the president. Wilson says their two nations must "central and collectivize" the control of nuclear weapons.
Date: December 7, 1964 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:56:00, With Audio
WILSON ADMIRES WILSON- HD During a visit by British Prime Minister Harold Wilson to Washington, President Lyndon Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson bring his attention to a painting of President Woodrow Wilson in the White House.
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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