U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt on a vacation on Campobello Island in Canada. President Roosevelt and his family aboard a boat underway at sea. President and others seated in a car as they drive past a cheering crowd. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt roasts meat in a field as the President and others look on. Heavy cruiser USS Indianapolis underway at sea. President Roosevelt comes aboard the ship. Sailors lined up on the deck as they shake hands with the President.
Franklin D. Roosevelt visits Canada, Campobello Island, Canada. USS Tuscaloosa, cruiser underway at sea, enroute to Campobello Island. U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt aboard the Tuscaloosa. He gets into barge along with the Tuscaloosa. The barge lands. President Roosevelt in the barge. A building on the island. The President and officials discuss. He talks with a man and a woman. Birds including hens, cranes and turkeys seen.
The Roosevelt family cottage on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada. Group of people on the lawn in front of the house. A car parked outside the main entrance. Flags flying from portico over the entrance. U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt seated with friends and family on rocky shore of Herring Cove. Eleanor Roosevelt sitting on a rock above the President, who chats with Allison Dysart, Premier of New Brunswick, as they both light and smoke cigarettes. Mr. J.B. McNair, Attorney General of New Brunswick, also sits on the sand, with the President and the Premier. The president's mother, Sara Roosevelt, sitting with his son Franklin Roosevelt, Jr. and Curtis Dall. John Roosevelt talking to his sister, Anna Roosevelt Dall. Large group of local people gather to watch as photographers take pictures of the Roosevelt party. Later, the Roosevelts and their guests partake of an outdoor picnic from a buffet table set up and prepared by the staff from the Presidential yacht, USS Potomac.
Franklin D. Roosevelt seen, well-dressed, in overcoat and hamburg hat, as a successful New York lawyer, in 1910, when he decides to run for a seat in the New York State Senate. He is seen greeting supporters outside his family home, Springwood, in Hyde Park New York, after winning the election. Very brief glimpse of Eleanor Roosevelt. Governor James M. Cox of Ohio, Democratic Party candidate for President, is seen with Franklin Roosevelt,Assistant Secretary of the Navy, whom he selects as his running mate, in 1920. View of Eleanor Roosevelt being recognized in the Democratic National Convention at the Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California. Views of Franklin Roosevelt driving in an open car and speaking before crowds during the campaign of 1920. One crowd is notable for the preponderance of straw boater hats worn and waved by the men in the audience. Scenes of family life, after defeat of the Cox-Roosevelt ticket. Eleanor Roosevelt with children: Anna Eleanor;Franklin Delano Jr. II; Elliot; James; and Anna's dog, in 1921, at their summer retreat on Campabello Island, New Brunswick, Canada. Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR), seated in a wicker chair in front yard of the Campobello house, smoking a pipe and writing on some papers. FDR standing with a cane.His mother, Sara Delano Roosevelt, seated and conversing with FDR. Eleanor, with them, knitting as they converse. Political aid,Louis McHenry Howe.FDR posing with cane, alone, and with wife, Eleanor. Mrs. Roosevelt hosting a gathering at Springwood, to promote FDR's political future. Eleanor speaking at a political gathering.
The Saint Jean-Baptiste Day celebrations by the French Canadians in Saint Helen's Island, Montreal, Canada. A large crowd of French Canadians in Saint Helen's Island in Montreal in Canada. Light works and fireworks illuminate the sky. A downpour starts. Men and women near a board which reads 'St Helene Island'. Women under a covered area. People watch the fireworks. A final several-foot long replica of Niagara Falls made of fireworks on display. The men and women watch the display.
The American Interplanetary Society's first liquid fuel rocket is launched from Staten Island in New York, United States in 1933. George Edward Pendray of the AIS, and his associate preparing for the launch. The 7 1/2 foot rocket is placed on a stand. Other men look on. The rocket, fueled with gasoline and liquid oxygen, takes off. Its fuel tank overheats and explodes moments after takeoff and the rocket crashes to the beach below. (From a November 10, 1958 newsreel recounting events 25 years earlier. The world's first successful liquid fuel rocket was launched by Robert Goddard in Auburn, Massachusetts, on 16 March 1926. This film records the first such attempt under auspices of the American Interplanetary Society, in 1933. )