Max Baer an American boxer displays his body before the heavy weight championship. Baer practices with coach in Asbury Park, New Jersey. While Italian boxer Carner whips himself into shape at Pompton Lakes, New Jersey.
U.S. President Woodrow Wilson and his wife Edith Bolling Galt Wilson at Asbury Park, New Jersey during World War I. The President and his wife, Edith Wilson, come out of a building that is serving as the offices for his "summer white house" during his summer vacation. People gather outside the building. President Wilson and Mrs.Wilson sit in a car and the car leaves.
The National baby Show in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Entrants from all parts of the globe vie for honors in the 40th annual pageant of infants. 150,000 spectators gathered on either side of the main street view the procession of decorative and humorous floats. Babies on the decorative floats. A girl pulls babies in a toy cart. A baby in an aircraft model atop a float. Another baby in a U.S. Navy model barrage balloon. Babies on model horses, in Native American Indian floats, a float titled 'Vanity', and a boy atop a pole on a float.
The National Tournament marble game held in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Spectators watch boys playing the game. 14 year old Robert Rerzlaff of Alabama wins the game and is crowned.
Children in fancy dresses move on a path during 39th Baby Parade. Some sit in cart and move. A child wears a barrel. Another one is dressed up as 'Statue of Liberty'
Role of United States Coast Guards. A luxury liner, SS Morro Castle burns at sea as smoke rises from it. United States Coast Guard Cutter Tampa (WPG-48) underway to rescue the people on board the liner. A 75 foot long patrol boat underway to reach the burning vessel. Men aboard life boats. Men swim in the sea as lifeboats rescue them. Men swim towards the beach where beach patrol men save their lives. Smoke rises from the burning ship. USCG Cutter Tampa seen towing the SS Morro Castle after the disaster (but the hawser then broke and the Morro Castle drifted aground). Remains of the charred vessel aground at Asbury Park, New Jersey.