U.S. Women's National Amateur Golf Championship in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Women score holes as they strive to win the championship. A large audience looks on. People cross over a bridge to move to the other part of the golf course. Virginia Van Vie wins the title for a third time, defeating Dorothy Traung. Virginia Van Vie being presented the winning trophy.
U.S. open tennis tournament in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Men's doubles finals where Adrian Quist- John Bromwich take on Hopman-Crawford. Quist and Bromwich win the title. The duo being presented with the trophies. Women's doubles finals where the pair of Alice Marble and Sarah Palfrey Fabyan win the title.
Camera from hilltop, pans over an outdoor corral and collection of buildings (some quonset style) at U.S. Marine Corps Camp Pendleton, California. In the middle background, what appears to be a firing range, can be seen. Other buildings sit atop hills in the far background. Scene shifts to close view of a chestnut mare, in a private stable. A sign on the gate reads "Reckless." The mare wears a blanket displaying a staff sergeant's stripes and service ribbons. The words "Sgt. Reckless 1st Mar. Div." also appear on it. Sgt. Reckless is contentedly eating from a trough of hay set up in the pen. Closeup of her horse blanket. (Note: Sgt. Reckless is seen here in retirement. She was bought by U.S. Marines in Korea, in 1952, during the Korean war, and trained to be a pack horse for the Recoilless Rifle Platoon, Anti-Tank Company, 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division. Her decorations include: Purple Heart w/ 1 award star; Navy Presidential Unit Citation w/ 1 service star; Navy Unit Commendation; Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal; National Defense Service Medal; Korean Service Medal w/ 3 bronze service stars; Korean Presidential Unit Citation; United Nations Korea Medal; and French Fourragère. Sergeant Reckless died in 1968.)
Jerome Hanna 'Dizzy' Dean named outstanding athlete of 1934 by Sports Writers Association in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dean, who led baseball's St. Louis Cardinals to World Series title that year, accepts a drink and the trophy. Men in tuxedos eat at the banquet. The man in closeup at TC: 00:35 is longtime Philadelphia Athletics owner and manager Connie Mack. Dean bites into his chicken and laughs.
The Connelly's Tavern in Natchez, Mississippi. The exteriors of the Connelly Tavern or House on Ellicott's Hill merchant house on Canal Street, originally built around 1798 by James Moore. People enter the House on Ellicott Hill. Exterior views of damaged pillars and a crumbled wall of a building. Inside the Connelly's Tavern, a waitress carries a tray. A woman walks downstairs. Two women sit near a fireplace and talk. The waitress serves tea to the two women. Two women read from a book. A portrait on a wall of the house, restored by the Natchez Garden Club and New Orleans architect Richard Koch after the Club purchased it in 1934.
Apartment developments on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. Apartments with parking garages under them across the South Capitol street bridge near the Oxon Hill area. The Greenbelt apartment development. Traffic on the University of Maryland campus. Construction of Colonial Village. Apartment building construction in Alexandria. People get on and off trolley car in Washington, D.C. Traffic on street in Washington, D.C.