Exteriors of the Guam Government Palace in Guam. Governor's office entrance. Close up of the sign board. Interior of the Governor's Office. Captain Alexander of United States Navy (USN) and other USN officers at desk. Governor of Guam talks to Aides. Commander Jupp, Chief Clerk, Chief of Police and aides. Meeting of the Guam Legislature. Various shots of meeting of Chamorro. Councilmen. Close up of AF Badello, FB Gerrero and speaker Lembers seated.
Exterior of Guam Council building in Guam. Members arrive and enter the building. Sign reads, 'Guam Council. Exteriors of Naval Government of Guam, Dept of Industries Office. Interior of Commissary Store. Ships store ashore. 'Department of Industries' sign. Workers build road. Tarring of road is done. Chamorro workmen and caterpillars indulge in construction of the road.
Guamanian naval cadets (Chamorro boys) get training on grounds of a naval academy in Guam. Buildings and tall palm trees in the background. Guam Militia's Drum and Bugle Corps march. Guamanian marines carrying American flags march during drill and exercises.
Life of Chamorro natives in Guam. General view of Guam, homes, and shore line. Various views of coastline. Exterior of Chamorro homes. Chamorro natives cook food. The natives around their homes. Views of the beach and sunset. A man fishing.
Sawada Store Sign in Guam. Exteriors of Emporium Dry goods Store. Sign 'Emporium' Exterior of commissary. Ships Store Ashore. A car stops by the store. Naval officer exits the car. Sign, "Ships Store Ashore". Interior of Guam Emporium. Women employees at work. Dry Goods Store. Interior of the commissary. Chamorro woman buy canned food. Clerk checks order. Regular business across counter. Naval cadets buy groceries. Supplies checked and arranged inside a warehouse. Woman takes notes.
U.S. Navy Admiral Harry Ervin Yarnell is interviewed in Guam. Dramatization: U.S. Navy Admiral Harry Ervin Yarnell speaks. He talks about Japanese invasion in China when the war was on in Europe. He states that the war caused destruction, starvation, diseases and rendered many Chinese homeless. Media persons take notes during the interview.