The eve of 53rd anniversary of the Veteran Wheelmen's Association celebrated in Gwynedd, Pennsylvania. Man wearing suit and hat, stands beside a woman. The man is smoking a pipe. Close up of the man.
Camera pans across the stadium at Shibe Park, in Philadelphia, during the 5th game of the 1929 World Series, between the Philadelphia Athletics and the Chicago Cubs. It focuses on U.S. President Herbert Hoover, standing in private box of Athletics part-owner,Tom Shibe, with First Lady Lou Henry Hoover, at his right. Mrs Harry Mackey, and her husband, Philadelphia Mayor, Harry Arista Mackey, are standing to the President's left. Patriotic bunting is placed on the railing in front of them. Scene shifts to the infield viewed from right center field. Views of infield as play is underway. Athletics' Miller hitting a stand-up double and Haas rounding the bases with a home run that helped the Athletics to beat the Cubs by 3-2 in this 5th and final game of the series.
Sesquicentennial of Washington, DC. 1929 photograph of cars parked in front of the original State and Navy Department buildings on Pennsylvania Avenue, built in the year 1800. View of the Octagon House used temporarily by President James Madison in the year 1812 and now headquarters of the American Institute of Architects. The White House completed in the year 1829.
View of Pennsylvania Avenue. Cars drive on it. Dome of Capitol building in background. Signs on shops read 'Rooming House' and 'Tattooing'. Model of the South side of Pennsylvania Avenue. Model for the north side of Pennsylvania Avenue. View of the Washington monument
Autogyro arrives in Bryn Athyn,Pennsylvania after its first United States flight. Autogyro taxis and takes off from field. 'G-AAKY' written on side of autogyro. Autogyro with pilot Juan de la Cierva in flight over the English Channel. Pilot disembarks autogyro and demonstrates his flight.
Flight of autogyro from Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania. The autogyro appears to be a hybrid blend of an airplane and an early helicopter. Autogyro inventor Juan de la Cierva demonstrates a new model at Bryn Athyn. The autogyro taxis and takes off from the airfield. 'GAAKY' written on the side of autogyro. The autogyro in flight over field and lands.