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President Roosevelt reviews a parade of ROTC cadets at Texas A&M, College Station, Texas.

United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt at Texas A&M college, College Station, Texas. ROTC ( Reserve Officer's Training Corps) cadets march during a parade. President Roosevelt and others review the parade.

Date: 1937, May 12
Duration: 27 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Group of farm boys from Texas depart College Station and visit agriculture operations in other states.

Documentary titled 'Farm Boys Abroad' depicts farm boys of Texas visiting different parts of the United States. View of the dome and the Academic Building of Texas A&M University, in College Station, Texas. A group of boys gathered on the steps of the Academic Building are led in cheers by a leader. They tip and wave their hats. People stand beside a train at the railroad train station. Boys and young men from the Texas group are seen hanging out of the doors and windows of the train and waving as the train leaves the station. Boys from Texas look at cattle and horses at a farm in Kansas, inspecting the quality of the animals. Boys carry placards 'Texas farm boys'. A boy wearing a Texas arm band pats the side of a steer as he inspects it. Next scene is in Nebraska, showing a crop harvest at a farm, with a wheat harvesting machine in operation, and a horse drawn wagon from which a boy is throwing hay. Boys with cows and cattle milling about in a field in Iowa. Next scene shows a boy leading a giant boar pig outside a sty. Sign on pig sty reads, "The Rainbow, 329731,The Breed's Greatest Sire."

Date: 1920
Duration: 3 min 13 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
A film sketch about U.S. President Ronald Reagan and tracing his personal history and career leading to the Presidency in the 1980 election.

Opening scene shows U.S. President Ronald Reagan holding a little girl, and then standing with officials and Secret Service agents, as he prepares to enter a car. Closeup of him smiling. Closeup of President Reagan signing his autograph for spectators in a crowd. Next, Reagan and his wife Nancy are seen on November 4, 1980 waving to supporters at the Century Plaza Hotel, celebrating his election victory as the 40th U.S. President. The President elect says a few words of thanks to them. Views of the crowd cheering. Adopted son, Michael Reagan holds his son Cameron as he and his wife, Colleen Reagan, join Ronald and Nancy Reagan on the stage, followed by daughter Patricia Reagan and son Ron Reagan. The crowd cheers the President elect and his family. At this point the film begins showing images about Ronald Regan's life, starting with baby pictures; his parents; Tampico, Illinois, where he was born; Dixon, where he is seen in a school picture and with boyhood friends. A photograph of "Dutch" Reagan President of his High School Class. Reagan in photo with other members of the Eureka College football team, in Eureka, Illinois. The seal of the college. Pictures of Reagan with college classmates and teammates. Reagan posing in bathing suit when he was swimming team coach. Young Reagan, after graduation, as a sports announcer, sitting at a microphone labeled: "WHO" in Davenport, Iowa. The broadcasting tower of that radio station. A Track and field event taking place. Reagan posing with a pipe in his mouth, at the WHO radio station in Des Moines, Iowa. A baseball game in progress before a full stadium of spectators. In 1937, a Chicago baseball team is seen boarding a ship to a Spring training camp in California. (Narrator states Reagan accompanied them.) Aerial view of buildings at the First National Studios (home of Warner Brothers) in Hollywood. Ronald and Nancy Reagan, circa 1952, being applauded at a gathering when he was President of the Screen Actors Guild. Views of Reagan in U.S. Army uniform. A U.S. Army C-47 aircraft taking off from a field under attack, with fires burning and smoke rising (possibly during Japanese December 7, 1941 attack on installations in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii). U.S. Airmen standing on a ramp next to a Douglas C-47B-1-DL transport aircraft (tail number: 43-16145). What appears to be a ViP version of a B-50 aircraft parked on a ramp with an honor guard at the stairway. Ronald Reagan, in uniform, signing up for active duty. Later, Captain Reagan, U.S. Army Air Forces, is seen with other uniformed men at a gathering in Warner Brothers studios. The entrance of Paramount Pictures studios in Hollywood. A large group of studio employees walking between buildings. Reagan speaking, as President, of the Screen Actors Guild, at an outdoor gathering. Actor Robert Young and film industry executives stand nearby. Reagan, as Chairman of the Motion Picture Industry Council, addresses a dinner gathering of that organization. He is also seen testifying before he House Committee on Un-American activities Committee (HUAC) on October 23, 1947.

Date: 1980
Duration: 5 min 54 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Negro students gain knowledge of medicine, economics, chemistry at Prairie View College and Howard University in the U.S.

Negro colleges in the United States during World War II. College curricula adjusts to war needs as they prepare students for various military and civilian occupations including war material production at factories and manufacturing. A sign reads ' Prairie View College' in Texas. College campus with students milling about. Students at an agriculture class learn to maintain farm equipment, animal husbandry. Negro students work to make machines. They work on machines as they would help to meet man power requirements. A building at the Howard University in Washington DC. Students in a mechanical design class learn to make designs of tanks, guns and other war equipment. Students in a meteorological class study celestial navigation to guide airplanes. Students in a laboratory study the chemistry of a powder. At a medical school students being taught the use the gravity of blood plasma in the battlefield. At the College of Liberal Arts students learn the economics of war.

Date: 1943
Duration: 2 min 13 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
College girls roll hoops on road with sticks at Wellesley College in Massachusetts.

The Seniors of Wellesley College revive their traditional hoop-rolling contest as part of the spring time festivity. College girls rolling hoops with stick on road. Crowd lined up on road. A student holds a bunch of flowers while she talks to other students surrounding her. Senior students pass by girls standing with hoops. Student hold hoops. Students standing on slope form 1937.

Date: 1937, May 4
Duration: 54 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Colleges prepare students for military and civil occupations useful in war effort, United States.

Aircraft in formation. Officers working and looking at charts in a plane. Flying boat in flight. Military vehicles cross pontoon bridge. Gun crew beside a gun. Men operate artillery. Graduation at Annapolis in Maryland. Various colleges across United States. President of Purdue University, Edward C Elliott at desk gives a speech. Planes parked at Purdue University Airport. Instructor talks with college students in civilian clothing who are learning to fly. Tuskegee school students before war. Fliers operate planes at Tuskegee in Alabama. Men attend ground crew classes. Pilots outside laboratory to learn meteorology. At the University of Virginia, in the aeronautical department, students are seen learning principles of aircraft design use of wind tunnels. Mechanical Engineering college students work with equipment. Student work with communication devices. Medical college trains doctors and nurses. View of the University of Virginia School of Medicine building facing University Avenue. Men and women students in laboratory with test tubes and various tests underway. Another scenes shows a student working in a blood bank. Military messages and various diplomatic terms are taught to students by instructors. Students in Chinese and Japanese library at Harvard University learn Asian relations. Scientists work with selected students. U.S. Navy sailors in uniform work at Purdue University. Some are seen training as electricians. Other training classes are seen at Cornell Universtiy. At a Law school lecture auditorium of the University of Virginia law school, high ranking officers learn how to control occupied territory. At Tulane Medical school, officers learn how to fight tropical diseases. Army medical officers look through microscopes in a Tulane laboratory. Cadets at Quartermaster School at the Harvard School of Business are seen receiving instruction in how to manage army camps. They learn how to supervise camp kitchens. Students at Cornell University in a nutrition department laboratory are working to create vitamin rich, compact foods to be condensed in small blocks and carried in aviator kits. At a University of California laboratory, a students works to dehydrate foods to one fifth of their former size. Dehydrated fruits and vegetables are shown being weighed. African American students are trained at Hampton Institute. They are seen in the classroom, in a science laboratory, and working in a machine shop turning out war materiel. African American students learn welding in a shop classroom, and then some are shown working at shipyards. Men work with field equipment. Training of ROTC cadets is given at many schools including Perdue University. Cadets handle modern rifles, military vehicles, and learn artillery skills. Cadets beside a stadium at Texas A&M University put on gas masks and are trained for gas-raids. Cadets learn to thrown hand grenades. Navy ROTC students at Georgia Tech learn naval tactics. A groups of California students study a torpedo. Tulane University Navy ROTC students learn ship gun skills. Navy ROTC students in Virginia board a ship to learn practical sea skills. At University of North Carolina, students in the Naval pre-flight program attend fitness classes, do formation calisthenic exercises, learn boxing, and hand-to-hand combat. Navy cadets at a swimming pool practice swimming and diving skills, including fully clothed diving and swimming, and swimming under simulated burning oil.

Date: 1942
Duration: 10 min 49 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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