Church sign reads: "Gettysburg Presbyterian Church". Scenes of the Eisenhowers with their grandchildren at their farm home in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. President Eisenhower's grandson, David, wearing a Civil War hat, holds reins of a horse. President Eisenhower and First Lady, Mamie, sit in a golf cart and speak to granddaughter Barbara, who holds reins of a horse. President and Mrs. Eisenhower walk in garden at back of their farm home in Gettysburg. Brief view of the "Frisco Bell", a gift to the Eisenhowers from the St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad Company. Hood of the golf cart has "Mamie" and "Ike" painted on it. Mrs. Eisenhower holds youngest grandchild, Susan, while sitting with David and Barbara in back of the golf cart. Scenes of house and garden. David astride a horse, next to President Eisenhower in front seat of golf cart and Mrs. Eisenhower sitting with Barbara and Susan in the back. Grandson, David, rides by on the horse, and reporters make notes. David poses wearing his Civil War hat. Scenes of folks moving all around in the Eisenhower yard and horses being led and ridden by David. The Eisenhowers in golf cart with their three grandchildren. President Eisenhower takes the wheel and drives the golf cart with Mrs. Eisenhower and the grandchildren in it. The Eisenhowers stroll in their garden. View of large sand bunker on Ike's home golf course. View of house and barn. End view of house with windmill.
Eisenhowers in golf cart with grandchildren confronted by phalanx of photographers.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower (wearing a boutonnier in his lapel) and Mrs. (Mamie) Eisenhower step from an office in the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, surrounded by well-wishers. They are followed by Press Secretary James Hagerty. President and Mrs.Eisenhower, and Vice President and Mrs. Richard Nixon, in a formal pose in a living room. The President and Mrs. Eisenhower, filling out forms in an office in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. They walk through a large crowd outside.
People wave as President Dwight D Eisenhower and Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower arrive to attend Sunday services at Gettysburg Presbyterian Church.
President Eisenhower and Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery, tour Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. President They deplane, Marshall Montgomery, in uniform. Later, Marshall Montgomery, in mufti, and the President tour the park and visit the Gettysburg National Museum. Sign on building reads 'Battle of Gettysburg on Electrical Map.' View of Gen George Meade's statue in the park.
Statue of Lincoln sitting on a chair in Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC, United States. Memorial Day parade including "The Boys in Blue", Union soldiers,veterans of the Civil War, in uniform, followed by Boy Scouts. Setting changes to Gettysburg battle field in Gettsyburg, Pennsylvania at the 1938 Gettysburg Reunion, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the battle in the American Civil War. Surviving Union and Confederate veterans reach across stone wall known as "the angle" to shake hands (average age 94 years old). Civil war veterans salute at the unveiling of the Peace Memorial monument, near a cannon. A Civil War Union soldier places flowers on a bed in the room where Abraham Lincoln wrote his famous 'Gettysburg Address'. He salutes and looks at a copy of Lincoln's handwritten speech, displayed on the wall. Civil War veterans sit around a camp fire, some in wheelchairs. One of them waves a Confederate Battle flag.
Scene of Eisenhower's office in Gettysburg. Former President Dwight D Eisenhower and Chinese Vice President and Premier of Nationalist China go and pose in front of the house. Cheng waves and goes inside with Eisenhower. Cheng in discussion with Eisenhower and others. Photographers click photos. Cheng reads and signs some papers and others watch him. People with umbrellas watch Eisenhower come with Cheng. they have umbrella held by Vice President Cheng. Eisenhower enters car and driver takes umbrella from Cheng.
United States President Eisenhower leaves the grounds of Hotel Gettysburg. A sign reads 'White House Press Room'. President Eisenhower gets out of the car and enters the Press Room. He talks about Nikita Khrushchev's visit to America. Press men take notes as President Eisenhower speaks.