Aviator Stanislaus Hausner and his aircraft disappear over the Atlantic Ocean during a trip to Poland from Floyd Bennett Field in New York, United States. Past events show men towing a Bellanca CH Pacemaker aircraft out of a hangar on Barren Island. Aviator Stanislaus Hausner poses with his wife Martha. The aircraft taxis and takes off from an airstrip. The aircraft gains altitude.
Horse racing at Belmont Park in New York, United States. A crowd gathered to watch the race. The race begins. Horse named Faireno jockeyed by Tommy Malley takes a lead. People look through binoculars. Faireno wins the race and is cheered by the crowd.
Skyscrapers of New York at night. Night views: skyscrapers, a bridge and traffic on the bridge. A view of the city shows its various buildings in night light.
People march in the Great Beer Parade, also known as the 'We Want Beer' parade in New York City MS of Mayor Jimmy Walker leading the beer parade. Business leaders, international figures, and society matrons parade down the Fifth Avenue advocating repeal of prohibition. Signs seen include, 'Beer For Taxation' and 'Beer for Prosperity' written on the side of a large beer barrel. Mayor Jimmy Walker viewing the beer parade. A sad tramp clown, possibly the famous Emmett Kelly, rides a bike while wearing a sign that reads, 'Repeal 18 Amendment'
Franklin D Roosevelt's election as the President of the United States in 1932 . Alfred E Smith, the former Governor of New York and his wife walk amidst a large crowd on the Election Day in New York, on the way to their polling place. Smith is wearing his familiar brown derby hat. Franklin D Roosevelt awaits the result of the polling. People celebrate in the streets of New York as Roosevelt wins with a landslide over Hoover.
Prohibition agents smash and break barrels of beer. 150,000 people take part in the "We Want Beer" parade organized by mayor Jimmy Walker in New York. People carry banners that read 'Taxation for beer'. People looking out the windows of the crown on the Statue of Liberty. Close up of Statue of Liberty lights as they are turned on. Statue of Liberty is illuminated by flood lights at night. The 'We Want Beer' parade continues until late at night in Manhattan.
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