A film titled 'The Lillian Boyer flying circus' shows Lillian Boyer performing aerial acrobatics on Curtiss JN-4 while in flight in Chattanooga,Tennessee. She stands on her head and climbs on the top wing of the plane. A slate notes her as 'Miss Lillian Boyer, The Little Girl That Out Dares Men'
Lillian Boyer being hoisted from a moving jeep to Curtiss JN-4 aircraft as she hangs from a rope ladder in Chattanooga,Tennessee. She stands on top wing as aircraft loops the loop.
Lillian Boyer hangs by her teeth from a Curtiss JN-4 aircraft in flight over Chattanooga,Tennessee. She climbs up a rope ladder onto the plane.
Officers on USS Tennessee, a battleship at a navy yard in New York. The flag hoisted on the ship. The band plays the national anthem. Margaret E. Ochs of Chattanooga and Captain R. H. Leigh talk. Soldiers stand in a line. Officers stand on a ship. Other soldiers with the band on the ship.
The U.S. Navy battleship, USS Tennessee (BB-43) passing the camera while conducting trials on Long Island Sound, in October, 1920, after being fitted out following her commissioning at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on on June 3, 1920. Her triple turret 14-inch guns are clearly visible as is the name, Tennessee, on her stern. She is seen again, raising plumes of black smoke as she steams in the opposite direction. All four of her triple 14-inch gun turrets are visible in silhouette. She is making good speed in very calm waters. (The camera ship is challenged to keep pace.) The Tennessee maneuvers to port in a fairly sharp turn, and the camera ship moves into her wake. A civilian, in hat and overcoat, is seen momentarily on the camera ship. More views of the Tennessee, include some from a distance as she maneuvers and heads toward the camera ship.
U.S. battleship, USS Tennessee, sails up East River to Brooklyn Naval Yard. Next scene shows her heading back out to sea for maneuvers with a fleet in the Atlantic Ocean. in both, the Tennessee sails under the Brooklyn Bridge. Woolworth Building in Manhattan visible. A tugboat follows.View,upward, to roadbed of the Brooklyn Bridge, from vessel passing underneath. Crew members aboard the ship look at the skyline of New York City. A large boat filled with sightseers passes on the river. A group of U.S. Navy officers poses near a gun turret of the ship. A group of sailors sits under a three-gun turret aboard the ship. Commercial vessels moving in the river. Sailors at railing, look at skyline of Manhattan, New York City, as the ship passes on the East River. Ferry boats pass. View of the Statue of Liberty, in mist, framed above, by three of the Ship's 14 inch guns. Two Admirals and the USS Tennessee's officers, pose on deck, under two turrets with three 14 inch guns, in each. Sailors of the crew pose on deck of the battleship. A different time: December 25, 1918, Crewman in foul weather gear stands at railing of official Photographers boat, with battleships in background, during the great Naval review. A motor launch flying a two-star admiral's ensign, passes at high speed, with the Presidential Yacht, Mayflower, in background. The launch circles and reverses course.