Boy Scout Jamboree get-together in Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States. Views of boy scout jamboree with tents at Colorado Springs. Flags of different nations are raised. Boy Scouts from all over the world assemble for the BSA's 5th National jamboree and 50th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America scouting movement. Giant cake for the ceremony. Boy Scouts get patches from a box. Sign: 'Choccolocco Council, Troop 53'. Boys erect the tents. Views of Colorado Springs surrounding mountains with various flags. Mountains in the background.
U.S. President Richard Nixon addresses the graduating class of the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Cadets and officials in uniform listen to him. He speaks of the role of the U.S. military in the world and the role of American leadership and strength. He honors the war dead of the current generation. He finishes his speech and walks off the podium.
Scenes of flooding in Colorado Springs, Colorado, as heavy rains bring a flood crest from Monument Creek, destroying much of the town of Colorado Springs on Memorial Day 1935. Damaged bridge section floating by. Man jumps from roof of house into flood waters. People walk holding rope. People float by atop debris, swept along by swift current. Vehicles swept by floods.
Traffic on roads of downtown Colorado Springs, Colorado during the early 1960s. Point of view from a moving car of roads, shops, stores, people and many other vintage 1950s and 1960s cars in town. People shopping, commuting, and going about normal daily business in town of Colorado Springs. Views of typical fashions, automobiles, and buildings alongside road.
United States President Richard M Nixon at the graduating ceremony of the United States Air Force Academy at Falcon Stadium, in Colorado, United States. Graduating staff, officers, dignitaries and spectators applaud. Cadet Commander John W Martin Jr. invites President Nixon at the stage to address the ceremony. Commander Martin presents a gift of a sabre to the President and affirms the support of the cadets for the President and the country. He presents a letter to the Cadet Commander allowing amnesty for cadets for minor violations.
Republican Party (GOP) candidate Wendell Willkie in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Wendell Willkie seated on the terrace of a building drafts the acceptance speech he will soon make at his home town Elwood, Indiana as a start of his campaign.