Flags fluttering on the main building of I.A.D.C. (Inter-American Defense College) at Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, DC . View of flags from different angles. Adjoining building (number 54) is shown, with different views of the main building. 24 June 1974.
Antique cannons and cannon balls near the Inter-American Defense College, on B Street in Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington DC. Shots of two types of cannons from different angles. A pile of black cannon balls can be seen. Military personnel stationed at Fort McNair are seen engaged in sports, on softball field in background.
A memorial plaque "Walter Reed who gave man control over Yellow Fever died in a hospital on this site November 23, 1902". Located in Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, DC. A view of building number 54, situated behind the plaque can be seen. The location is on B Street, between the Inter-American Defense College and the Fort's health clinic
View from driveway leading to Inter-American Defense College, on Fort Lesley J McNair, in Washington, DC. Flags of the Americas fluttering on the building. Exterior of the building seen from different angles. Historic cannons and cannon balls are seen. The American flag flying from the Fort's main flag pole at end of 3rd Avenue at B Street. (A squirrel is seen jumping past the camera.)
A close view of flags on the building of Inter-American Defense College, in Fort Lesley J McNair, Washington, DC. . A close-up of front of the building. The name is engraved in a stone plague on the building. Another smaller sign, in Spanish, also identifies the Inter-American Defense College.
Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, DC. Views of Roosevelt Hall, of the National War College (NWC) designed by the famous firm of McKim Mead & White,and built 1903-1907. Historic red brick Federal Penitentiary Building (Built 1826), is also seen. Views of the more modern Eisenhower Hall, of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, dating from 1924.