Scenes from Japan. Japanese walking, in a light rain, on a bridge near a town in Japan. They hold umbrellas. Rickshaws pass over the bridge. Japanese women play musical instruments and one uses a hand fan.
A film titled 'Sleighing Scene'. A view of a snow-covered road. A variety of horse-drawn sleighs ride on the road. Pedestrians seen at a distance crossing between the sleds and carriages. One man in the far distance is shoveling snow. A policeman walks by and glances at the photographer.
Men pull a long wooden boat upstream against a strong current in a narrow rocky river in Japan. Several similar boats come rapidly downstream through rapids and dodging rocks in the water. Some of the men use oars to steer while another sits in the front quickly pivoting the bow using a long pole. Some of the men hold parasol umbrellas over head to shield from the sun.
Close view of Battleship, USS Oregon (BB-03) with officers and crew seen on deck in dress whites, during Spanish American War Victory Fleet Review on the Hudson River, New York City, August 20, 1898. Another ship in the parade is seen in the background, behind the Oregon. ( Edison Company, 1898)
View of the Hall of Heroes at the Pentagon, in the United States, during the Vietnam War. Names of the war heroes in the hall. Nameplates of the war heroes of each historical conflict on the wall. Names of the soldiers and officers who served the best in the wars. Names under the nameplates reading: 'Interim Period (1866-1870)', 'Korean Campaign (1871)', 'Interim Period (1871-1898)'. Other nameplates read: 'War with Spain (1898)', 'Philippine insurrection (1899-1913)', 'China Relief Expedition-Boxer Rebellion (1900)'. Several other conflicts mentioned in the hall. Other nameplates read: 'World War I (1917-1918)', 'Haitian Campaign (1919-1920), 'Second Nicaraguan Campaign (1925)', 'Word War II (1941-1945) and 'Vietnam (1964-Present).
Scenes of the Spanish American War, Cuban and Puerto Rican Campaigns, in the year 1898. U.S. troops coming ashore in small boats, assembling on the beach, and advancing inland, during the Spanish American War U.S. infantry capture the San Juan Blockhouse where the Spanish flag is lowered and the American flag is raised.