Exteriors of Canta Gallo cockfighting club in the city of Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. American flag flying from building. Puerto Ricans watch the gamecocks fight from behind the cockpit ring. Roosters fighting in cockpit.
Map highlights New York in United States and San Juan in Puerto Rico. Connection established between the two places. Baltimore and Miami also connected with San Juan. Map of Island of Puerto Rico. Boats at San Juan harbor. Buildings in background. A Pan American Airways Fokker F-10A trimotor passenger plane lands on airfield. Tourists deplane. A Sikorsky S-40 flying boat being tied up to a dock. Automobiles parked in streets of port city. Buildings in city. Traffic moves on street. Man looks down from balcony of building. Traffic in narrow streets. Cloudy sky as seen from seacoast.
Views in San Juan, Puerto Rico. A streetcar moving in front of City Hall. Plaza de Colon located near the Saint Christopher Castle. Statue of Juan Ponce de Leon and view of Cathedral. Automobile leaving Cathedral. Buildings in old San Juan. The Capitol building of Puerto Rico. A train station. Steel transmission towers.
Officials dressed in white business suits, march, flanked by American flags,in a parade for the National Youth Administration, past the Captiol Building in San Juan, Puerto Rico. They are followed by youth in black overalls, shouldering spades. Behind them march girls, carrying a banner reading: "NYA, Caguas Proyecto." A truck comes next, displaying a large poster in its rear reading: "NYA for Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico Leads the way," amd listing various NYA youth projects in Puerto Rico. Youth carrying N.Y.A. banners and American flags come next, followed by more young men carrying spades. Youthful firemen stand beside reels of hoses and a sign reading: "Bomberos de Guayama." An official pins a badge on the lapel of a man being honored. Next, a fireman, and two youth demonstrate by spraying water from their hose along the street. Remainder of the film is a montage of views. Scene shifts to the harbor, where two U.S. Clemson class destroyers are seen. Then boys are seen playing on a beach. A closeup of a young woman. Closeups of several of the youthful firemen previously seen. Several youth with spades, seen from the rear. An American flag wafting in a breeze.
Aviator Charles Lindbergh visits San Juan, Puerto Rico. A huge crowd awaits his arrival at an air field. Lindbergh's plane 'Spirit of Saint Louis' lands and taxis. Men move towards the plane as it comes to a halt. Closeup of the 'Spirit of Saint Louis'. Several officials stand near the airplane as Lindbergh prepares to leave the cockpit. Among them is George H. Estes, Jr., Commander of U.S. Troops in Puerto Rico. ( He held rank of Brigadier General, in 1918, but now wears peacetime rank insignia of Colonel.) Others greeting Lindbergh include Puerto Rican government officials and civilians, who watch as Lindbergh climbs out of the cockpit. Lindbergh poses with Governor of Puerto Rico, Horace M Towner, and other officials.
Spectators in the grandstand of the Las Monjas Race Track, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. View from interior of the track as the horses race past. A jockey on a horse carrying the number 6.