Cleveland National air races in Cleveland, Ohio. A formation of 18 U.S. Navy Curtis F-6C4 aircraft in flight at the air race. 18 bi winged aircraft in flight in three rows of six planes each. Another formation of 18 bi winged aircraft in flight. Bi winged aircraft in flight. Three U.S. Army Air Corps P-12 aircraft execute an inside loop while in flight. A large crowd gathered to watch the air race show. A P-12 aircraft executes a barrel roll. A bi winged civilian aircraft executes several 180 degree loops and flies upside down. A parachute descends as a pilot of an aircraft lands in parking lot. Aircraft crashes into the ground. A bi winged aircraft flies low over the ground and then pulls up.
Cleveland National air races in Cleveland, Ohio. Colonel Charles Lindbergh and Mrs. Lindbergh walk out from under the grandstand with civilians. Mrs. Lindbergh gets into the rear of a De Havilland DH-60 aircraft as Colonel Lindbergh spins the propellers. Aircraft takes off. Six U.S. Navy F2B-1 aircraft in flight as they are tied together with pieces of rope. Aircraft land together. Three Navy F2B-1 aircraft in flight close together. The middle aircraft executes a 180 degree right wing over and flies upside down and then completes a roll. A Navy F2B-1 aircraft in flight and executes several 360 degree rolls. Colonel Lindbergh stands with two other pilots.
City of Cleveland in Ohio United States. Major productions are iron and steel. Elevated views from a tall building looking out over the city center buildings and streets below. Euclid Avenue Street, one of the famous streets. View of Sailors and Soldiers Monument in Cleveland Public Square, fountain, pedestrians walking in Cleveland, and streetcars on busy streets. Slate notes that the Cleveland street railway systems have attracted nationwide attention for their fixed 3 cent rate of fair, as long as the returns permit a 6% dividend upon an arbitrated valuation of the railway properties. Statue of founder General Moses Cleveland in the center of the city.
The work of black American civil rights leaders in the United States. Mayor Carl Burton Stokes, political leader in Cleveland, along with other officials at a formal gathering where former General Benjamin O. Davis Jr. takes oath of service as Public Safety Director and assumes duties in Cleveland. A board in the background reads 'City Of Cleveland'. Black and white police officers take oath of service. Carl Burton Stokes speaks to the people of Cleveland Ohio on snowy ground about a new hospital or hospital addition, and then sits in a moving bulldozer with a nurse and the machine operator.
State Capitol building in Ohio United States. Views of downtown Columbus, the state capital. People walking in the State University campus. Crowd of city people in the Ohio stadium. Ohio State Fair scenes. 'Ohio Welcomes You-ENTRANCE' seen on the gates of the State Fair. Men brushing a cow. City of Cleveland and buildings seen by Lake Erie. Rail terminal, train, busy downtown streets. People getting onto trains. Iron ore port is seen. Lake freighter coming to the port. Huge cranes loading raw materials in freighter. Birth place of Thomas A Edison, inventor of electric light bulb. Man in lighting institute shows working of light bulbs. World's smallest bulb at the tip of thin stick. Memorial to Wilbur and Orville Wright brothers,inventors of air planes. Air planes flying during the Cleveland Air Races annual sky carnival. View and sound of early jet plane. People watching air show.
Herman Pirchner, owner of Cleveland's legendary Alpine Village nighclub, lifts together fifty-five mugs of beer at a bar in Cleveland, Ohio. He duplicates his world record by picking up and carrying 55 mugs of beer at one time. (The record was originally set at a competition hosted by Budweiser beer to commemorate its 100th anniversary.) Customers at the bar cheer him. Pichner carefully places the beer beer mugs on a table, losing only one in the process. He raises a toast along with the fellow bar waiters and drinks his entire glass of beer.