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Dade Country Florida USA 1960 stock footage and images

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A new oral polio vaccine developed by Albert Sabin is mass tested in Dade Country, Florida.

Testing of oral polio vaccine in Dade Country, Florida. A man fills a small glass with the new oral polio vaccine developed by Albert Sabin. Women drink it. Officers disembark from an aircraft. They also drink the new vaccine. Children enjoy the new vaccine because of its cherry flavor.

Date: 1960, February 18
Duration: 1 min 11 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Linda Bement of United States wins the Miss Universe title in Miami Beach, Florida.

Miss Universe contest in Miami Beach, Florida. Contestants from various countries walk down the stage at the Miss Universe contest. Linda Bement from United States wins the Miss Universe title. Last year's winner Akiko Kojima crowns Linda as the new Miss Universe. Photographers click pictures as the new Miss Universe poses for the camera.

Date: 1960, July 11
Duration: 27 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Sam Snead wins over Carl Jerome 'Jerry' Barber and Bob Golby in De Soto Festival Golf Tourney near Bradenton, Florida.

De Soto Festival Golf Tourney near Bradenton, Florida. Sign reads 'De Soto Lake', '500ft Golf and country club'. With spectators near him, Sam Snead tees off, followed by Jerry Barber. Crowds walk across the fairway following the players. One spectator wears a Spanish Conquistador's helmet. Arnold Palmer makes a 30 foot putt, to cheers from spectators. In the final round, Snead makes a long putt to nibble at Barber's lead. Non-contender, Bob Golby, thrills the crowd by making a 40 foot chip shot from off the green, that falls in with the pin still in the hole. Jerry Barber makes his last putt, but loses to Snead who putts out with a final score of 276, to Barber's 275.

Date: 1960, March 31
Duration: 1 min 31 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Kennedy and Nixon campaign for the Presidential election of 1960 and give reasons for being elected as President.

Presidential election of 1960. Candidates for Presidential election race, John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon. Kennedy being welcomed during his campaign. Confetti being poured as people cheer the Kennedy couple (then Senator John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy) in a parade in New York City on October 19, 1960 during the Presidential campaign. Voters putting on Kennedy campaign buttons and showing Kennedy signs. Kennedy at the Democratic Convention in Los Angles along with his sister and mother after being declared the Presidential candidate. Kennedy as Senator as he attends Senate committee meetings, including one with Robert Kennedy speaking by his side. Kennedy with his running mate for Vice President, Lyndon B. Johnson. Democratic Party's election campaign in Berlin, West Germany. Kennedy with wife Jacqueline Kennedy and daughter Caroline Kennedy, seated on a couch together. Republican party candidate Richard Nixon at Republican convention after being declared the party's Presidential candidate. Nixon with his running mate Henry Cabot Lodge, with both men talking to President Dwight Eisenhower. Nixon being welcomed in Poland by cheering crowds and he visits the Warsaw ghetto. He is seen climbing in and out of a window of the ghetto. Vice President Richard Nixon with Russian premier Khrushchev preparing for the so-called Kitchen Debates. View of the kitchen debate set. Nixon campaigns extensively and receive enthusiastic crowds in various cities. Both the candidates sum up giving reasons for choosing them as the next President. Kennedy says that he aims at making America a stronger country. Whereas Nixon speaks about the experience gained by him under President Eisenhower. He emphasizes maintaining peace without surrendering. Nixon and Kennedy after giving the reasons for their election. They shake hands as photographers take pictures.

Date: 1960, October 20
Duration: 6 min 13 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Implementation of the Mao Tse-tung led economic and social plan titled the 'Great Leap Forward' in Red China.

Living conditions in China under the Communist regime of Mao Tse-tung photographed by Indians visiting the country. The film highlights China's problems of industry, agriculture, and excess population. Advertisements and posters for the Mao Tse-tung led economic and social plan titled the 'Great Leap Forward' in 1958. Objectives of the plan. Agriculture, industry and education in China, including brief shot of men, women, and children in classroom, possibly for re-education. Men and women work in factories and plants. A Russian sign reads 'Made in the Soviet Union'. Workers inside a huge automatic automotive plant set up and supplies by the Soviet Union (SU). A steel and iron company rebuilt and enlarged with the aid of Soviet Union. A seamless steel tube mill supplied and erected by the SU. A plant designed, equipped and built by SU technicians. A bridge over a river. Women work in a high voltage testing laboratory equipped by the East German government. A fully automatic petroleum refinery built by the Japanese. A heavy gilding machine plant started by the Japanese in 1937. Various factories, plants and industries in China. Rural farm land and irrigation. People work in backyard furnaces, factories, presses, rolling mills and automotive factories. Deserted city streets with few cars. Workers inside an automotive plant. Communist Party of China Chairman Mao Tse-tung signs a pact with the Premier of the Soviet Union Nikita Khrushchev. Newspaper headlines regarding the disagreements leading to rifts in the China-Soviet relations in 1960. The Soviet Union withdraws technicians and support from China resulting in closure of industries. Statistics highlight China's dropping industrial production in steel, coal, electricity and petroleum compared to that of USA, USSR and UK.

Date: 1963
Duration: 6 min 21 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
John Kennedy and Nixon debate over the prestige of America prior to the presidential elections in the United States.

Presidential election debate held between Democratic nominee Senator John F. Kennedy and Republican nominee U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon in the United States. New York Herald Tribune newspaper correspondent Roscoe Drummond asks Senator Kennedy that how can American prestige be measured abroad. Senator Kennedy responds stating that America is identified with the cause of freedom and if other countries have to choose between America and a Communist country, they would choose America. He further speaks that there are many indications that prestige of the United States is not as high as it once was. Kennedy summarizes some of these indications and relates to it by mentioning the example of Sputnik space program by the Soviet Union in 1957 (during the Space Race). Kennedy speaks about the economic development of the Soviet Union. He says the Soviet Union will be ahead of any other country scientifically and militarily by 1970. He mentions votes by different countries in the United Nations dealing with Red China. He says that Guinea and Ghana, two independent countries now are supporting Soviet foreign policy at the UN. NBC correspondent Bill Shadel asks Richard Nixon to speak on the topic. Vice President Nixon responds by speaking about the economic development of the Soviet Union. He speaks that the Soviet Union is a very primitive economy and that the United States is well ahead economically. He says that if the United States is going to maintain its strength and its prestige, they must not only be strong militarily and economically but must be firm diplomatically also. Bill Shadel says that an entire hour was devoted to answering questions from the reporters. He says that each candidate was questioned in turn and each had the opportunity to comment on the answer of his opponent. Shadel says that the reporters were free to ask any question on any subject, neither candidate was given any advance information on any question that would be asked. He says that the fourth debate is scheduled for Friday, October twenty-first.

Date: 1960
Duration: 7 min 35 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: English
 
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