'Fashions on the Campus' shows two young women and a young men seated on a wall at the Avon Old Farms school in Avon, Connecticut. A young woman wears a "hoodwinker" with tassle on hood matching tassles at neckline. Two women with hoods in a room of the Avon Old Farms school. A woman wears a tweed dress, having coffee with a young man. She unbuttons her jacket and shows the man. Women pose in tweed outfits.
Veterans Memorial Hall in Saint Louis. Sign reads 'On This Site Was Born The American Legion May 8-9-10, 1919'. Interiors of an auditorium. The American Legion convention draws to a close with the election of Connecticut's Arthur J Connell as new National Commander. Crowd cheers.
Scenes from General Motor's Motorama event in New York's Waldorf-Astoria hotel, in 1953. A couple stands next to a 1953 Pontiac Parisienne concept car displayed at GM's Motorama event. It was designed by GM's Harley Earl and team. The couple gets into the car as the man handles the steering. In the next scene, a young woman sitting in Oldsmobile Starfire is joined by another young woman. (Note: The Pontiac Parisienne is now part of the Bortz auto collection.)
The 1953 Masters Tournament of Champions in Golf, held in Augusta Georgia. Golfers play golf. Spectators under umbrellas in the background. A golfer hits a ball with a club. The golfers sinking putts during the game
The 1953 Masters Tournament of Champions in golf in the United States. Golfers playing golf. Spectators under umbrellas in the background. A golfer hits a ball with a club. A golfer sinks a ball during the game.
Scene from conclusion of the 1953 Masters Tournament in Augusta Georgia.. Spectators on the golf course. Competitors at award recognition ceremony. Winner Ben Hogan is congratulated by Bobby Jones, President of Augusta National, and, on the end with open collar, runner-up Ed Oliver. The men stand and shake each others hands. They smile as they pose.