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Vice President Richard Nixon in important offices, tours various nations and debates with Khrushchev prior to 1960 elections.

Senator Richard Nixon as the Vice President with President Eisenhower. Nixon shakes hands with Lyndon Johnson. Nixon holds office of President during President's absence. Nixon during visit to various nations of Latin America, Europe and Asia. Nixon during the famous 'No holes barred' debate with Soviet General Secretary Nikita Khrushchev. Khrushchev shakes hand with Nixon. Large crowds of supporters cheer for Nixon during the President Election campaign in 1960. Nixon after the defeat in the elections tries to recover from the trauma. From a promotional film released during the 1972 presidential election.

Date: 1960
Duration: 2 min 25 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Richard Nixon as U.S. Vice President tours various nations, debates with Nikita Khrushchev and campaigns in 1960 elections.

U.S. President Richard M Nixon after being elected as the President of the United States. Richard Nixon working as Vice President with President Eisenhower. Nixon shakes hands with Lyndon Johnson. Nixon holds office of the President during President Eisenhower's absence. Nixon during his visits to various nations of Latin America, Europe and Asia. Nixon during the famous "No holds barred" debate with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Khrushchev shakes hand with Nixon. President Eisenhower receives Nixon as he returns from the Soviet Union. Large crowds of supporters cheer for Nixon during his Presidential election campaign in 1960. Nixon after the defeat in the elections tries to recover from the trauma. From a pro-Nixon "documentary" called "Portrait of a President" about President Richard Nixon. Released during his 1972 reelection campaign.

Date: 1972
Duration: 2 min 25 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Vice President Nixon and Senator Kennedy debate over a fight against communism prior to presidential elections in the U.S.

The fourth presidential election debate held between Democratic nominee Senator John F. Kennedy and Republican nominee U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon in New York, United States on 21st October 1960. ABC News correspondent Quincy Howe speaks during the debate and allows correspondent Walter Cronkite to ask Senator Kennedy a question. Mr. Cronkite asks Senator Kennedy that in what areas the United States might take offensive against communism rather than being defensive to the Soviet Union. Senator Kennedy replies to the question and says that the eastern Europe is very vulnerable area according to him. He says there should be policies which make it possible to establish closer relation with a country like Poland and he also mentions the Hungarian Revolution. Senator Kennedy speaks about the relations between the Soviet Union and China. He says that India represents a great area for affirmative action by the free world. India started from about the same place that China did. India under a free society has been making some progress. But if India does not succeed, Communism can take over. He says that in Africa, Asia, Latin America, eastern Europe, the great force on their side is the desire of people to be free. Correspondent Howe asks Vice President Nixon to comment on the topic. Nixon speaks about Poland and says that Poland in not in a position to take any independent position under Soviet control. He talks about aids being sent to Poland from the U.S. and says that the U.S. can have more exchange with Poland or with any other Iron Curtain countries.

Date: 1960
Duration: 4 min 58 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: English
 
 
Riots in Japan and President Eisenhower's visit to Manila, Philippines.

Riots in Tokyo, Japan. Communist led student mobs attack and force open the gate of the Parliament. A clash between the police and the mob. The police use high speed water guns to chase away the rioters. U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower's proposed visit to Japan is canceled. An aircraft lands in Manila, Philippines. President Eisenhower disembarks from the aircraft. He is warmly greeted by the people. A 21 gun salute is given in his honor. The President, his son and daughter in law are welcomed by Filipino President Carlos Polístico García. The President's motorcade rolls through the streets escorted by police escorts. People on the sides of streets and on top of buildings to welcome the President. The President gets off a car and is greeted by dignitaries.

Date: 1960, June 16
Duration: 3 min 49 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Natural resources of South Vietnam

A dozen South Vietnamese farmers walk side-by-side in a large rice paddy, spraying their crop. Outline map of Vietnam and environs is superimposed on the moving scene. Two farmers threshing crop by hand. Two farmers pounding rice with a foot operated wooden device. A steam shovel lifting mineral-bearing earth. Vietnamese workers using hand tools to loosen ore and push it down the side of a hill, where another is seen pushing a small rail car loaded with ore. A worker cutting a rubber tree on a plantation, to collect its natural latex. Latex being processed in a factory. Workers in a spinning facility and others weaving large rolls of cloth by machine.

Date: 1960
Duration: 1 min 17 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Woman engineering worker argues with boss and urges that employees make use of a new information center.

Early information retrieval practices in a corporate engineering office in the United States during the 1960s. Dramatization depicts a woman in the work force in the 1960s: Female worker with vintage 1960s beehive hair style appears to be performing work as a secretary, but, it turns out she is engineer Julie Stone. Julie takes printouts from a printer in information center. She opens a drawer and takes out document files. She leaves her office. She arrives at office of her Chief named George A Price. Chief scolds an engineer called Harry for committing mistakes in his designs. Chief asks Harry to be responsible in his work. Another engineer named Pete Newton draws designs. View of the cabins. Harry meets Newton and discuss about his conversation with Chief. Julie calls Harry. They go to a restaurant for lunch. They talk about the sources of information and Julie encourages Harry to use the information center that she runs, rather than relying on antiquated and incomplete methods of obtaining information. Julie gets up and leaves the restaurant. Harry and Pete talk in the office. Pete asks him about his meeting with Julie. Harry takes his seat and opens a drawer. He looks over the documents and publications, including a Playboy magazine, to get information about transistors. Julie meets with Chief and complains about Pete and other engineers failure to use the information center and to lookup answers to questions in a more comprehensive way. Chief attends a telephone call. Pete enters Chief's office. Depicts woman worker arguing with boss. Clip also shows examples of common work place interpretation of women worker roles in the 1960s, including opening introduction of clip that objectifies the woman worker as a sexual object (before broad awareness of sexual harassment in the workplace), and a restaurant scene that opens with the man assuming that the woman has asked him out to lunch as a love interest rather than for work purposes.

Date: 1965
Duration: 14 min 10 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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