The Big Four Express jumps the tracks in Earl Park, Indiana. The Big Four Express running between Chicago and Cincinnati meets with an accident. A crowd gathers around the overturned train. A view of the damaged train. Workers clear the debris.
The Franklin D. Roosevelt family votes at Town Hall, in Hyde Park, New York, during the 1934 U.S. National elections. View of the Town Hall with many people gathered around it. A man explains voting procedure to President Roosevelt's mother, Sara Ann Delano Roosevelt. She enters the voting booth and exits again. The Roosevelt sons are seen in front of the voting booth. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, the President's wife, stands in front of the voting booth. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his mother sit in the back of an open automobile. As it backs out of the driveway, the President waves his hat, and applause and boos can be heard from persons gathered around the Town Hall.
Patsy, a polar bear, and her eleventh cub are viewed by zoo visitors, and play in the outdoor exhibit at the Washington Park Zoo (later renamed the Milwaukee County Zoo) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Note: Sultana was a famous polar bear at the Washington Park Zoo who had 11 cubs after introduction to the zoo in 1912. Some viewers have suggested that this bear is Sultana with one of her cubs. However, the March 12 1934 Universal Newsreels original documentation released to theaters with this newsreel reads specifically: "Milwaukee, Wis. -- Patsy, queen of the Arctic bruins at the Washington Park Zoo, introduces her eleventh child to the public."
YB-10 aircraft of the U.S.Air Corps 1934 Alaska Flight heading to Anchorage, Alaska. View of one of the aircraft as it takes off from Fairbanks. View out the window of one B-10, as another moves into formation off its left wing. Views from various angles in the airplane. Views of Anchorage, below. aircraft in formation passing over the Anchorage airfield. The camera airplane setting up on downwind leg to the field. Glimpse out right side window over the wing as the aircraft is on final approach near the field. YB-10s parked on Anchorage airfield, with lots of spectators and well-wishers to greet the fliers. Another B-10 landing, as Lieutenant Colonel Henry (Hap) Arnold and Major Ralph Royce watch, along with other fliers. The newly arrived B-10s taxiing to park. Panning view of the airfield, with B-10s parked in a line and spectators standing scattered about in the field. Mountains in background
Monuments in Indianapolis, Indiana. Riverside Park Pavilion. Vehicles drive past on the White River Bridge. Houses and large mansions in residential areas. A street lit up at night with a sign 'Pauline Fredrick' on a theater building. A river in Indianapolis.
A store front sign reads: "Means Bros Real Estate, Leslie Builders and Contractors". Andrew Means, owner of the real estate office, in Gary Indiana, is seen at his desk . View of Mr. Means, with his daughter, Sylvia McDonald and several other persons coming out of his "dream house." He escorts the other persons to his Park Manor Development where homes are under construction.(It appears that they are prospective home buyers.) Views of partially built homes. African American bricklayers are seen at work.