The NYA (National Youth Administration) Resident Center at Dorchester, Georgia. Board outside the center reads 'Dorchester Academy'. Negro men outside the center. View of the NYA Resident Center buildings.
1940 Gridiron Football 'Orange bowl' match in the United States. Floats and colorful dance exhibits in the stadium. A match between Missouri and Georgia Tech takes place. Audience cheer for their respective teams.
Governor of Georgia Eurith D Rivers working at a gold mine in Dahlonega, Georgia. The Governor works with shovel outside the gold mine. He speaks with other officials around. He inspects the machinery inside and weighs gold on weighing scale.
The Orange Bowl festival parade in Miami, Florida. Women dressed in costumes on decoratd floats as they pass by on a road. Football match between the Georgia Tech and the Tigers. Spectators watch the players on ground. Georgia Tech wins over the Tigers with a score of 21-7.
Georgia Tech wins American football match in Atlanta, Georgia. Teams of Georgia Tech (Georgia Institute of Technology) and Miami University play American football game. Spectators watch the match and cheer the players. Georgia Tech wins by 14-6.
U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicates the chapel at Georgia Warm Springs Foundation in Warm Springs, Georgia. Cars parked on the road side. President Roosevelt arrives at the new chapel and drives up footpath to the door. Closeup of license plate on the President's 1938 Ford convertible (with hand controls) reads 'Georgia FDR 1938'. Following the dedication service, the President is seen standing supported by door of his car, as he shakes hands with Rt. Rev. Henry J. Mikell, D.D., Bishop of Atlanta. Standing nearby are Rev. J.D.C. Wilson, Rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in LaGrange, Georgia, and FDR's neighbor and friend, and former owner of Warm Springs, Georgia Mustian Wilkins, who donated the funds for the chapel. Scene shifts to large group of polio victims, in wheel chairs. Closeup of President Roosevelt. Group of polio victims , in their wheel chairs, posing outside a Foundation building, with McCarthy Cottage and the E.T. Curtis Cottage in background.