To prevent sun-tan without sunburn blistered backs girls try out a new 'Beach-bag' which is transparent and serves as a partial sunscreen. Covered from foot to neck in transparent bags the girls take sun bath on the beach at Del Monte in California.
Burlesque dancer Sally Rand (Hattie Helen Gould Beck) and her dance troupe perform the Bubble Dance at the San Diego Expo (the California Pacific International Exposition) in Balboa Park in 1935. Ms. Rand and her dancers perform at a fountain of the Plaza del Pacifico, with the California State Building in the background (which became the San Diego Automotive Museum in 1988)
A heartsick Airedale in Del Monte, California. The dog arrives by a plane from Kansas City. The dog in a basket outside the plane. Private Everett Scott and troops from Scott's company watch the dog. An officer pets the dog.
Girls roller skiing on road in Del Monte, California. Women pose for a photograph with their roller skis. Group of girls wearing roller skis to introduce a new sport. One of the girls falls down.
People move on a four horses driven cart during 50th Anniversary of a Hotel in Del Monte. They are dressed in the fashion of 1880s. They arrive at a place in a horse-cart and get down from the cart. People drive various kinds of cycles, including a Penny Farthing. A tandem cycle is driven by six people
U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower at Cypress Point Golf Course
Pebble Beach, California. The President gets in a golf cart and travels through the golf course. Photographers run along with his cart. President Eisenhower practices putting on a green. Trees in the background. People watch him putt. The photographers take photographs. The President joins a foursome to play. The other three men stand with their drivers and watch as the President Tees off. They walk through the course. President Eisenhower hits an iron to the green. The entry sign reads 'Cypress Point Club'. Cars drive through the club area and arrive at a building. A direction board reads 'seventeen mile drive Pebble Beach Lodge'. A sign board on the top of a building reads 'Del Monte Forest'.