Baseball's defending champs, the Los Angeles Dodgers, get ready for 1964 baseball season at their spring training camp in Vero Beach Florida. Billboards outside the stadium. Players charge onto field. Shots of top Dodger pitchers Johnny Podres, Don Drysdale, Ron Perranoski and Sandy Koufax warming up their arms, with palm trees in background. Manager Walter Alston stands by the batting cage as a succession of Dodger hitters -- Jim Gilliam, Wally Moon, John Roseboro, Ron Fairly, Willie Davis and Tommy Davis -- hit baseballs and run to first base. Shot of U.S. flag and a smaller flag reading "Dodgers World Champions" flying from flagpole in strong wind.
Brigadier General Jimmy Stewart, U.S. Air Force Reserve, is helped as he familiarizes himself with pilot's personal equipment, at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida, during his two-week active duty training period, in February, 1964. Aircrew Flight Equipment Specialists fit and adjust his CSU-3/P anti-G cutaway garment, seat harness, flight helmet and oxygen mask. Captain John D. Brown briefs Stewart on the Martin-Baker Mk. H-5 Ejection Seat and emergency procedures and discusses emergency equipment set up on a display board. Stewart sits in the ejection seat as Captain Brown and an equipment specialist discuss it further.
Upsets at various events of 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria. Canada's four men team during the bobsled race, wins gold medal beating Austrian team by margin of one second. In the men's slalom, Billy Kidd and Jimmy Heuga of USA, finish second and third. Austrian Josef Stieleger wins gold medal. Spectators watch the skiers. Figure skating competition. German competitor Manfred Schnelldorfer during his performance which yield him gold medal. Alain Calmet of France, silver. Scott Allen, a fourteen year old from United States gets bronze.
Cars and shops near the intersection of Master Street and Ridge Avenue in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, during the 1964 Philadelphia riots, also called the 1964 Columbia Avenue riots, in an era of racial tensions and civil rights struggles. People loot shops. Men and women take out articles from a shop. Broken window panes of a shop. A mannequin dummy on a road in front of a damaged garment shop. Exteriors of the damaged shops. A damaged car. A man walks through ruins of shops. Policeman attempts to clear looters from a shop.
Views of the 1964 World's Fair in New York. Shot of the Unisphere, which is the symbol of the 1964 World's Fair. Street level view of crowds at the World's Fair. Lighting, decorations and fireworks at the World's Fair at night.
Democratic Lyndon Baines Johnson elected as the President of United States for his second term in the presidential elections of 1964. A large crowd raises posters of Lyndon B Johnson and cheers in his support. Voters cast their votes during the elections. President Johnson and his Vice President Hubert Humphrey wave towards the crowd after Johnson defeats Republican Barry Goldwater.