Views of various projects depicting man's creative engineering skills across the United States, including: The Indian Serpent Mounts, Ohio; Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Headquarters, Connecticut; Mackinac Bridge, Michigan; Green Bank Radio Astronomy Antenna, West Virginia; Tanker "Manhattan" in the Northwest Passage; Chicago's Marina Towers, Illinois; NASA launch complex 39, Florida with a rocket in place; Watts tower, California; John Hancock Building, Illinois; Washington Monument; Dworshak Dam while under construction, Idaho; Newport Bridge, Rhode Island; U.S. Steel building, Pennsylvania; Mt. Glory Arch Bridge under construction in Wyoming; Johnson Wax Headquarters building, Wisconsin; Boeing 747 Factory Building Complex, Seattle Washington; A model of the proposed New Orleans Super Dome in Louisiana; Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel; Dulles International Airport, Virginia; Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minnesota; Westinghouse Headquarters building, Pennsylvania; Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, New Mexico; Gulf Life Tower, Florida; Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, Wisconsin; a paddle style River boat on the Ohio River; an artist depiction of the under construction Mobile River Highway Tunnel, Alabama; the Westinghouse Desalinization Plant, Florida; Model of master plan for the city of Gary, Indiana; Gulf Oil's "Big Brutus" crane at work on a dig site (The 160-foot tall coal shovel known as the 1850-B was designed and built by Bucyrus-Erie in Hallowell Kansas, for the Pittsburg & Midway, or P&M Coal Mining Company. It is the only one of its kind ever built. The mining company was purchased by Gulf Oil in 1963, and subsequently went under The Chevron Mining umbrella); Knights of Columbus headquarters building, Connecticut.
A jetliner taking off from Washington National Airport. Interior views of the Dulles Airport terminal in Dulles Virginia. Children running inside the Dulles International Airport terminal building. Another plane seen landing at National Airport. A luggage porter brings luggage up an escalator. Aircraft officials issuing boarding passes and baggage tags to passengers. Travelers descend an escalator. Departure gate sign reads, "American - Dallas - 69" Dulles terminal announcements are heard, including, "All aboard, please, Flight 99, non-stop to Los Angeles, now ready for boarding, gate 3"
A Boeing 727 jetliner landing at Washington National Airport.
Foreign dignitaries arrive for the state funeral of assassinated U.S. President John F Kennedy. U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk awaits the arrival of Japanese Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda at the Dulles Airport. Dean Rusk greets the Japanee PM as he arrives at the airport terminal. The dignitaries walk past the waiting photographers and journalists. Rusk and Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs Roger Hilsman lead the PM down a ramp towards a waiting car. The PM and Dean Rusk get into the State Department limousine and leave for Washington DC.
Foreign dignitaries arrive for the state funeral of assassinated U.S. President John F Kennedy. French President Charles De Gaulle arrives at a terminal building of Dulles Airport. He greets officials and ministers from former French Colonies in Africa, French officials and officers including a General, Admiral and an Air Force General. The President is followed by U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Foreign Minister of France Maurice Couve De Murville. President De Gaulle shakes hands with officials. He receives an applause from by standers at the airport. Photographers click pictures of the dignitaries. Dean Rusk leads the President through the terminal gate to the waiting State Department limousine. The President, his military aide and security guard get into the car and leave for Washington DC. The U.S. Capitol building. Secretary of State Rusk walks towards his car behind the terminal building.
Foreign dignitaries arrive for the state funeral of assassinated U.S. President John F Kennedy. West Germany President Heinrich Lubke arrives at the Dulles Airport. He shakes hands with a member of the German delegation in Washington. West Germany Chancellor Ludwig Erhard, West German Foreign Minister Gerhard Schroder and U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk walk into the airport terminal. The dignitaries pose for the journalists and photographers. Secretary Rusk talks to Chancellor Ludwig. He leads the party towards the airport entrance and into the waiting cars. A television presenter gives details of the stay arrangements of the visiting foreign dignitaries.
West Virginia State troopers hold doors as President Eisenhower and the Prime Minister of Canada, Louis St. Laurent, come out of the Greenbrier Resort at White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, United States. They are joined by U.S. Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles, and Bernard M. Shanley, aide to the President. They all laugh and smile as they pose for photographers. The Prime Minister waves at spectators, and shakes President Eisenhowers hand as they say farewell. A 1956 Fleetwood cadillac automobile is parked on the drive with flag of United States and ensign of Canada on its fenders. The car drives away with the Prime Minister and led by a West Virginia State police car.