U.S. President Herbert Hoover campaigning in Des Moines Iowa, United States. A banner strung across a main street with image of President Hoover reads "Iowa Welcomes You". The motorcade of the President passes through the streets of Des Moines,Iowa. People stand on both the sides of road to welcome President Hoover. People shower ticker tapes. The President seated in a car waves towards people. The State Capitol building can be seen in the background. The President's motorcade is followed by dissidents who ride in trucks, motorcars and on horseback. Farm workers fill a truck bearing a sign that reads "Hoovers Farm Relief. First - Foreclosure. Then -This". A sign on the back of a truck reads 'In Hoover We Trusted, Now We Are Busted'. Two dissidents ride horses carrying signs just above the horses' tails saying: "Hoover Put Us Here".
President Herbert Hoover on the campaign trail in Des Moines Iowa. A banner across a main street shows his picture and reads "Iowa Welcomes You". A motorcade carrying the President, is accompanied by supporters walking alongside. Spectators on both sides of the streets watch the President pass by. Some confetti can be seen floating in the air. The President waves from his car. The State Capitol building appears in the background. Citizens disappointed with current economic hard times make their feelings known by following the Presidents motorcade in trucks, motorcars and on horseback. Farm workers in a truck send their message on a sign reading "Hoovers Farm Relief. First - Foreclosure. Then -This". A sign on the back of another truck reads 'In Hoover We Trusted, Now We Are Busted'. Two men ride horses carrying signs on the horses' rear ends reading: "Hoover Put Us Here".
President Franklin D Roosevelt in Des Monies, Iowa. Presidential motorcade arrives at the State Capitol. President and other officials enter the building. President Roosevelt along with Governor Alf Landon of Kansas and other executive members of drought affected states. They discuss the measures to be taken to provide relief to these states. The dignitaries come out of the Capitol and President Roosevelt waves to the crowd.
WAACS begin their first day with the corps during World War 2. Women exit a clothing warehouse carrying bags of clothing. Women officers of Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAACs), seen wearing uniforms. Beds in a row in a barracks during inspection. Two women officers shaking hands. Women stand in line to go into the mess hall. Women officers eating and drinking in the mess hall, including African American women who eat at segregated tables. Women stand at attention outside in rows. They march together in line.
A Corvette Stingray drives through the entrance of the Iowa State Fair in 1973. Men, women and children at Iowa state fair. Children with colorful balloons and ice cream. People enjoy rides. View from ferris wheel. Ponies are displayed. Tractor pull. One tractor in tractor pull is dubbed the "Mighty Minnie Yellow Bird" A young woman twirls a flaming baton. African American drummers perform. Rope making is demonstrated. A child rides in a baby carriage. Farm products like apples, corn and pumpkin displayed. Livestock at display in the fair, including dairy cows. Close up of award ribbons at the 1973 Iowa State Fair.
Farm boys of Texas visit different states of United States. A young farm boy in a corn farm at Iowa. The boy comes to corn crops. He looks at the crops and goes. The farm boys watch Belgian mares near Des Moines. A man leads mares on a track, he leads mare in a field.