American pavilion being constructed and dedicated in Brussels, Belgium for World's fair. Baron Robert Silvercruys, Belgian Ambassador to the United States, and othre officials arrive at the dedication ceremony. Model of the Pavillion. American flag at the ceremony. Baron Moens de Fernig, Commissioner of the 1958 Brussels World's Fair speaks at a microphone as audiences listen carefully. Pillars erected at the construction site of the American pavilion. Workers stand near a truck. A man at the dedication ceremony explains about a nuclear clock with the help of a chart. He holds an instrument in his hand as he speaks into a microphone. Dignitaries on the podium. Workers laying bricks at the construction site of the American pavilion. A sign on the ground reads ' Welcome ' A huge crane at the site. Officials get down the stairs at the site of construction.
An experimental helicopter with two sets of rotating blades sets record of a height of 30 feet. The helicopter with two sets of propellers takes off in front of a hangar and is airborne at a height 30 feet from ground. From a November 27, 1958 newsreel feature "25 years ago today".
American pavilion being constructed in Brussels, Belgium for World's fair. Workers work on a huge steel structure as they construct American pavilion at Brussels world 's fair site in Belgium. Smoke rises. Men work on wooden planks. A bucket filled with concrete in a hoist. A worker levels the surface of cement. Steel girders at the construction site. Drink being poured into a glass. Officials speak to the workers. Officials and workers raise a toast and drink from the glasses. James Plaut, the Deputy U.S. Commissioner to the Brussel's World's Fair and other Officials at the construction site as they inspect the pavilion under construction. Pipes piled up at the site.
Brussels Transportation Show in Brussels, Belgium. Men work at National Pavilions. Buildings prepared for the fair. Men stand on the roof of the pavilion and work. They work for commercial exhibits. A man on an electronic control system. A model of the transportation system for the future.
Reverend George Pire wins Nobel peace prize of $41 000 in Belgium. Dignitaries seated in room. The Reverend George Pire, a Dominican priest seated at desk goes through books and papers. The priest continues work of rehabilitation of refugees and dispatches persons.
American pavilion being constructed in Brussels, Belgium for World's fair. A sign reads ' USA VSA' Water puddle at the construction site. Workers build a construction headquarters. Trees around the construction site. A tree with a twisted truck. Men work on the roof of the construction headquarters. Trees around the construction site. A huge steel structure of the American pavilion.