200 set of twins aged between 9 months to 90 years compete in 'Doubles tourney' in Albany, New York. Number of twin children, women, old men, toddlers, young girls and boys dressed alike for the competition. All the twins vie for prizes. Various twins are shown together posing for the camera. Two elderly men are among them, one of whom wears what appears to be a Civil War veteran's medal on his lapel.
Segment from a film on the early political life of Franklin D Roosevelt. Scenes of crowd and delgates at the Sam Houston Hall in Houston, Texas, during the Democratic convention of 1928. Alfred E smith, Governor of New York, is nominated as the Presidential candidate. He later persuades Franklin D Roosevelt's to run for office of Governor of New York. Scene of New York State Capitol, Albany, New York. Roosevelt was elected and is seen seated at a desk, as he arrives in Albany, for the first time. He is seen seated and conversing with Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman, wife of the Lieutenant Governor, at an inaugural ball. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt is seen standing and chatting with others behind Roosevelt. Herbert Lehman is at the far right of the group, behind Roosevelt
1928 Democratic National Convention in Texas. Governor Alfred E. Smith tips his hat. Al Smith persuading Franklin to run for Governor of New York. Street scene in Albany, New York with Capitol in background. Newly elected Governor Franklin Roosevelt at his desk in office in Albany. Newly elected Governor Franklin Roosevelt, seated next to Mrs. Edith (Atschul) Lehman,as they converse, at the inaugural ball. Roosevelt's son-in-law, Curtis Dall; his daughter, Mrs. Curtis Bean Dall (Eleanor Anna E. Roosevelt) ; his wife, Eleanor; his mother, Mrs. Sara Delano Roosevelt; and Herbert H. Lehman, are standing behind them. Governor Roosevelt, riding in an open car with his mother, at the New York State Fair in Syracuse, New York. Governor Roosevelt lunching in an open pavilion at the Fair.
Junior Miss USA contest in New York. Contestants walk on a ramp in swim wear. Spectators applaud. Winner Suzanne Bechard of Albany is awarded the crown. She poses.
Walker ouster proceedings in Albany, New York. New York Mayor James J Walker along with other officials coming out of the court. Buildings along the sides of the street. Crowd gathers outside the court. Officials come out of the court after the removal hearings of Walker before Governor Franklin Roosevelt.
U.S. Attorney Charles H. Tuttle wins U.S. Republican Party gubernatorial nomination. He poses with his family for a photograph in Albany, New York.