Stock prices decline in New York City, United States, during the Great Depression. People gather outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) after a wave of selling causes stock prices to drop sharply. Buildings along the sides of street in Wall Street area. Cars parked and some cars driven on the street. A sign reads: "Nassau St" and another says"Wall St". Rain falling in the area. People walk holding umbrellas. Buyers and sellers among traders on the floor of the stock exchange shouting and jockeying to be heard. Traders watching results on price boards and transacting inside the building of the stock exchange. People assemble outside the New York Stock Exchange building.
Manhattan Island in New York City, United States. A map shows the location of the five Boroughs in the New York City. A sign reads ' New York City' and marks Route 25D (Horace Harding Boulevard) on boundary between Queens County in the city and Nassau County on Long Island. .Camera pans to the Nassau County side where newly constructed homes are seen. Closeup of one of the houses, shows a small child coming out the front door to pick up two bottles of milk left by the milkman on the stoop. More views of homes in this neighborhood. A man throws a newspaper on steps of a house. Commuters (mostly headed to Manhattan) fill the platform at a station of the Long Island Railroad, and board a train as it arrives. View of the train heading West with Manhattan skyline visible in distance. View of train in major rail yard in Queens, with skyscrapers of Manhattan visible in distance.The Empire State and Chrysler Buildings are recognizable. Views of Ferry boats crossing to and from Manhattan,with sky scrapers in background. Passenger's view of ferry approaching battery terminal and docking. Commuters leaving the ferry.
Skippers race tiny replicas of the America's cup yachts in water for a regatta at a lake in Nassau. The amateur yachtsmen put their unpowered watercraft in water for the race. The men stand near water and watch their toy yachts. William Bingel wins the prize as his boat beats other toy yachts.
Pastor Argudin y Pedroso's paintings displayed in an exhibition at the Harmon Foundation, 140 Nassau Street, Manhattan, New York City. Mrs. William E. Harmon and others at exhibition of Spanish Negro art. Viewers include Arturo (Arthur) Alfonso Schomburg.
New York City street signs identify Wall street at Broadway and Wall Street at Nassau Street. Trinity church is seen at end of street. Federal Hall with statue of George Washington in front. Front view of the New York Stock Exchange building. Crowds of commuters fill the street and sidewalks as they emerge from subway during morning rush hour. Interior and trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange as trading day gets underway.
A flag of United States waves on a flag pole in front of the Police Department County of Nassau County in New York. A woman police officer hands out diploma certificates in driving to a line of 8 year old boys and girls. The children are taught driving at the age of eight. Children get onto bicycles and samll electric cars in the "Safety Village" established by the police force to teach children about driving. A young boy in an electric car buckles his seat belt. The children are seated in electric cars and are given instructions by the policeman to drive down the road of the village and make a right turn. Traffic signals in the background. The children drive the electric cars and follow the signals. They are taught to make the right moves at the right time. A signal reads 'Walk'. A lady police officer keeps instructing them. Children ride bicycles. All of the children are taught to use hand signals to signal their turns. Other children play the role of pedestrians in the Safety Village. A boy gives signal of right turn before the turn comes so that he can control the bicycle. A sign reads 'Stop'. The children stand in a line. The police officer gives instructions. Children ride bicycles and drive electric cars. A traffic signal.