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.
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.
The NS Savannah is seen at Nuclear Service facility, Galveston, Texas, for reconditioning before making new port visits. Here she is delayed several months by labor dispute involving her nuclear engineering crew. Maritime Administrator, Nicholas Johnson, poses with ship's officers from the American Export Isbrandtsen lines, who are the new operators of the Savannah. The Savannah departs on a mission involving new ports of call. U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson comments from his office regarding the mission of the NS Savannah. View of cargo being loaded aboard the Savannah. Views of a world globe. Views of the NS Savannah underway.
Men of 111th and 154th Observation Squadron stand in line for shooting practice in Galveston, Texas. Soldiers load guns with shells and prepare ammunition for target practice.
Birth of quadruplet girls in Galveston Texas. A hospital building. Two doctors inside the building. A nurse lays down one of the infant girls into a cot near her sibling. The four infant Badgett girls: Joan, Jeraldine, Jennette, and Joyce lie next to each other in separate cots. The doctor and nurse check on W.E .Badgett, the father. The doctor gestures that the father is doing well. W.E. Badgett smiles.