Elliott Roosevelt, son of U.S. President Franklin D Roosevelt and his wife Ruth Josephine Googins of Fort Worth Texas marry at an outdoor ceremony, at the home of George Swiller, in Burlington, Iowa, on July 22, 1933. The couple is seen walking with members of the wedding party, to the ceremony. Many guests and others watch. Scene changes to Jack Dempsey and his wife Hannah Williams, at their wedding reception on July 18, 1933. They are at a table with friends. Scene shifts to Jack and Hannah preparing a meal in kitchen of their home at Lake Tahoe, California.
A U.S. Army documentary about the spreading threats of communism contrasted with the American way of life in United States. In Ottumwa, Iowa, a farmer's young son drives his truck to sell his agricultural products along with his father. The boy drives his truck in the downtown of Ottumwa. The town square is shown and the truck turns toward the Post Office and the 5 & 10 cent store on the corner. A railroad worker with a handheld stop signal stops the traffic. A train passes on railroad tracks. The train engineer in the locomotive waves to the stopped traffic. Words "Burlington Route" painted on the locomotive door. Painted advertisements on the brick buildings at the railroad crossing, including, "Miller High Life, The Champagne of Bottle Beer."
Manufacture of socks and nylon stockings at the Burlington Mills in North Carolina, United States. Socks are being packed. A model wearing nylon stockings. Yarn being knit into knitting machines and then rolled up on beams. Clothes being washed and dyed. Women employees measure stockings. In quality control laboratory stockings are subjected to various tests. Coordinators work to obtain perfect quality stockings. Exteriors of the Burlington Mills. U.S. flag flutters atop the building. View of different types of fabrics. A montage shows Major League Football match being played, surgeons doing surgery, children singing, fabric roll, umbrellas, handbags and workers at Burlington Mills indulged in various activities.
Documentary titled 'Woven into the life of America', on manufacture of various types of garments by the Burlington Mills in North Carolina, United States. View of the Statue of Liberty and of New York City Manhattan Island skyline from the New York Harbor. A boat underway at harbor. Aerial view of tall buildings and skyscrapers of New York City. Pedestrians in 1950s fashions walk on sidewalks of New York City, with some shopping. Trendy clothes are displayed in a shop's window. A model wearing a night gown. A bride being dressed. A receptionist at the reception counter of the Burlington Mills. Employees at work on loom machines.
Manufacture of spun rayon fabric at the Burlington Mills in North Carolina. A worker loads cotton-looking, rayon fiber in to a machine. Rolls of fiber are loaded into a carding machine. Fluffy strands are combined into a single uniform strand. Exteriors of the plant. View of manufactured garment. Shows people wearing latest fashion clothes made up of Burlington Mill's fabric . Man and woman on a balcony with woman in a dress and man in a grey suit. Vintage 1950s suburban American family scene with family members together in a living room, including husband, wife, boy, girl, and a separate scene with a teenage girl wearing a scarf in her hair. Woman in the rain holding an umbrella.
In the quality control department of the Burlington Mill, yarn is tested for its strength. The yarn is subjected to various tests including abrasion test, tensile strength test and others tests. Close up of the Burlington Mill logo on a fabric roll.