Ice packs save fruit trees from early budding in Montezuma, Georgia. Men load large ice blocks onto a truck. Truck being driven off. Man uses thermometer to measure temperature. Ice blocks being placed around dry fruit trees to prevent early budding.
A U.S. Colonel speaks to Sergeant Morgan and his brother at a Marine camp in the United States. United States Marines standing. A senior officer instructs the Marines. A dramatization shows an Admiral's daughter arriving in a car. Sergeant Morgan and his brother look at her. Morgan's brother introduces him to the Admiral's daughter. They take a tour of the training camp. A board reads 'Montezuma street'. The Colonel speaks to both the brothers and tells them about one position vacant in Annapolis. He asks them for friendly rivalry for three weeks and the best Marine would get the position.
Trucks of the U.S. Army 1919 motor transport convoy moving smoothly on well-paved road as they approach Sacramento, California. Next, they are seen driving in the streets of Sacramento, where American flags fly from buildings and crowds line sidewalks to welcome them. Scene shifts to the convoy moving along a road winding through the Montezuma Hills just west of the small delta town of Rio Vista, on their way to Oakland, California. Close view of trucks passing the camera, with hills and trees in background.
Georgia Tech wins American football match in Atlanta, Georgia. Teams of Georgia Tech (Georgia Institute of Technology) and Miami University play American football game. Spectators watch the match and cheer the players. Georgia Tech wins by 14-6.
U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicates the chapel at Georgia Warm Springs Foundation in Warm Springs, Georgia. Cars parked on the road side. President Roosevelt arrives at the new chapel and drives up footpath to the door. Closeup of license plate on the President's 1938 Ford convertible (with hand controls) reads 'Georgia FDR 1938'. Following the dedication service, the President is seen standing supported by door of his car, as he shakes hands with Rt. Rev. Henry J. Mikell, D.D., Bishop of Atlanta. Standing nearby are Rev. J.D.C. Wilson, Rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in LaGrange, Georgia, and FDR's neighbor and friend, and former owner of Warm Springs, Georgia Mustian Wilkins, who donated the funds for the chapel. Scene shifts to large group of polio victims, in wheel chairs. Closeup of President Roosevelt. Group of polio victims , in their wheel chairs, posing outside a Foundation building, with McCarthy Cottage and the E.T. Curtis Cottage in background.
A film about academics and fine arts education in Negro schools in the United States. A man paints a portrait of a girl at Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia. Negro students in a sculpture class. Negro boys carve out sculptures. A woman looks at a bust carved out by a student. A Negro man works on the sculpture. He gives finishing touches to the bust.