Panoramic view of Galveston Power house in Galveston Texas, United States, in aftermath of hurricane that struck on September 8, 1900. The destroyed structure is seen. Mass of twisted iron structure is seen. A man seen passing by. People near wreckage of the Power House on the roads of Galveston. Bent utility poles are seen.
U.S. Cavalry troopers pack their horses and are inspected. Cavalry forces receive rifles and inspect them. Led by General Frederick Funston, they depart Galveston, Texas, for Mexico, to quell raids by Mexican leader, Pancho Villa, during the Punitive Expedition
United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt returns from a vacation in Galveston, Texas. Presidential yacht Potomac pulls up at the coast in Galveston, Texas. Sailors aboard the yacht. President Roosevelt and others aboard the yacht as he returns after a vacation. Officers salute the President. President talks to men aboard the Potomac and smiles.
Searching Ruins on Broadway for survivors and dead bodies in Galveston Texas, United States. Laborers search ruins caused by Galveston hurricane. They clear debris by hand, one piece at a time, to look for bodies.
President Woodrow Wilson at the National Guard training grounds in Sea Girt New Jersey, to visit with troops returning from duty in Texas during the Mexican Border Campaign (aka Pancho Villa Expedition) of 1916. Brief glimpse of The President stepping from his 1916 Pierce Arrow 38-C Series 4 Brougham Limousine, parked next to a row of army tents. The car displays a unique American Eagle radiator cap ornament (and an AAA emblem on the radiator). He is surrounded by officers, who greet him. The next scene show the President and the unit's commanding Brigadier General, seated in rocking chairs in a tent. Wilson, in dress clothes, including top hat, mounts an army horse, and rides along with officers, to review the Guard troops drawn up in formation. He sits astride the horse, next to the General, and removes his hat in salute as the troops march in review.
View of the Galveston Habor,Texas,Gulf of Mexico. Negro workers carry cotton and put them onto conveyer belts to load into ships. 1935