Over two million four hundred thousand dollars discovered in the trunk of an old car, in a run down garage in Jersey City, New Jersey. A row of run down garages. In one of the garages workmen discover the millions of dollars in two bags in the boot of an ancient automobile, along with the criminal file stolen from the local prosecutors' office. Police and special agents hold the discovered money in custody and say that the money belongs to an imprisoned gambler. Police speak to the reporters. Photographers click photos of the piles of money discovered.
Presidential tour of proposed Gateway National Recreation Area in New York and New Jersey. U.S. President Richard M. Nixon, standing in front of the Presidential Aircraft at Newark Airport, Newark, New Jersey, with Governor William Thomas Cahill, of New Jersey, Governor Nelson Rockefeller, of New York, Mayor Kenneth Allen Gibson, of Newark, and Mayor John Lindsay, of New York City. The President's helicopter maneuvering over the proposed Gateway National Recreation Area. President Nixon speaking about the project in Hangar 14 at Newark Airport, Newark, N.J. Seated on the stage are: Governor Cahill, Secretary of Interior, Rogers C.B. Morton, Governor Rockefeller, Mayor Gibson, and Mayor Lindsay. The President shakes hands with the Governors and Mayors after concluding his remarks.
Two men climb Colgate Clock dial in Jersey City, New Jersey to reset it back at the end of daylight savings time. A woman adjusts her watch while an overlay of clock hands is seen. A bum wakes up while sleeping on a bench. He adjusts his alarm clock. The homeless man goes back to sleeping on the park bench. A bag piper in Scottish outfit removes and alarm clock from his hat, adjusts it, and then returns it to his hat. Street sweepers with brooms and trash bins adjust their watches. A horse pulled wagon passes by behind sweepers. View of an old fashioned radio. View of Napoleon Lebrun & Sons Metropolitan Life Insurance clock tower at Madison Square garden in New York.
Newsreel of June 28, 1962 showing event 25 years earlier: Hindenburg disaster on 6th May 1937. Traffic passes on road. LZ-129 Hindenburg airship approaches Lakehurst Naval Air Station in New Jersey. Ground crew awaits Hindenburg's landing. Mooring mast in the background. Hindenburg catches fire and fuel tank bursts out of hull. Hindenburg engulfed in flames crashes into ground. Men run toward burning Hindenburg. Huge clouds of smoke arise from burning Hindenburg.
View of the Hudson River from an aircraft flying North, over the New Jersey shoreline. United States Navy warships are seen in the Hudson River, on the occasion of President Truman's first official visit to New York City, on Navy Day, October 27, 1945. Approximately 50 ships were anchored in the Hudson. The first clearly identified is the Battleship, USS Missouri(BB-63) with the Destroyer USS Renshaw (DD-499) tied alongside (bringing President Truman aboard during his review of the fleet). Others seen include the USS Midway (CVB-41); the USS Enterprise (CV-6); The USS Augusta (CA-31); and the USS Boise (CL-47). Several more surface ships are seen followed by six submarines on the surface, as the aircraft approaches the George Washington Bridge. More warships seen North of the bridge. Scene shifts to the USS Missouri and USS Renshaw, again. Next, the aircraft flies past a Navy blimp hovering below, over the river. The Aircraft Carriers, Enterprise and Midway are seen again. Glimpses of the New York City shore and buildings are seen at times in the film, as well as the palisades on the New Jersey shore, near the George Washington Bridge.
A seaplane transported to Soviet Union. 46 ton heavy Martin seaplane ready to be loaded aboard a freighter in Jersey City, New Jersey. Plane hoisted in a sling as it is loaded on to the freighter.