JFK PLANE GIVEN TO SMITHSONIAN - HD Members of the Kennedy family take part in a ceremony giving JFK's campaign plane to the Smithsonian Institute. Robert Kennedy speaks about the significance of the plane named the "Caroline."
Date: November 17, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:01:00, No Audio
"...MUST BE REPLACED..." SOUND BITE Vice President Spiro Agnew makes a speech: "And I believe that these people, sincere as they are in their beliefs, must be replaced regardless of which party they belong to before they irretrievably damage the security of the United States of America."
Date: 1970s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:25:00, With Audio
"...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
"..PONTIFICATE IN LIVING COLOR..." SOUND BITE Vice President Spiro Agnew makes a speech: "Those tv brahmins may continue to pontificate in living color between six and seven thirty each evening but the American people are going to send their political pals packing, the radical liberal office holders grown arrogant in their power to frustrate the public will..."
Date: 1970s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:41:00, With Audio
"MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB"- THOMAS EDISON Thomas Edison, at the celebration for the 50th anniversary of his "talking machine," repeats the nursery rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb" which were the first words spoken into his original phonograph.
"NO LESS PATRIOTIC..." SOUND BITE Vice President Spiro Agnew makes a speech: "Now my friends, it bears restating that every one of these members of congress is no less patriotic than you are or that I am, I haven't the slightest question about that. But believe me, I profoundly disagree with their views."
Date: 1970s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:27:00, With Audio
"THE PEACEFUL ATOM" - PRO-ATOMIC ENERGY 1950S SPEECH A nuclear reactor fades to a man standing in his office giving a speech on the benefits of atomic energy: "You and I are living in the atomic age. The peaceful atom, no longer just a laboratory dream is here today working wonders providing a happier, more abundant world for all mankind.” The man continues talking then the camera pans past him to a map of the United States on the wall that fades to a city skyline.
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:49:00, With Audio
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