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American astronaut John Glenn's teachers, friends and other people speak about him in New Concord, Ohio.

A film titled 'The John Glenn Story' on the life of American astronaut John Herschel Glenn Jr. He was the first American to orbit the earth in 1962. U.S. President John F Kennedy seated at a desk in his office. He says that John Glenn "is an inspiration to all Americans." A radar locates an aircraft. View from cockpit or gun camera of a U.S. aircraft firing on a Soviet MiG-15 or MiG-17aircraft in flight. An American F-86 aircraft spinning. The launch of a NASA rocket. Point of view from a moving car driving through New Concord, Ohio. Aerial view suburban houses of New Concord. Boy throws rocks into pond and runs through field. Boy running under bridge and looking through stone foundation. Boy riding a bike. Boy running through field with arms outstretched as if flying. Boy waving to train pulled by diesel electric locomotive as train runs by New Concord railroad station. Mayor Taylor of New Concord Ohio speaks about John Glenn. External view New Concord High School. Teach Harvard Steele speaks about John Glenn. External view of newly constructed John Glenn High School. First graduates of John Glenn High School during graduation ceremony. View of Glenn Plumbing building in New Concord. Muskingum College in New Concord Ohio. Shots of high school age teenage boys playing football, basketball in a gymnasium, track, and baseball. Young men do calisthenics while Muskingum coach Ed Sherman speaks about John Glenn's athletic accomplishments. Students sit on bench at Muskingum College and talk about John Glenn.

Date: 1963
Duration: 6 min 8 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Large crowd of civilians greet and welcome American astronaut John Herschel Glenn Junior and his wife in New Concord,Ohio.

Reception in honor of American astronaut John Herschel Glenn Junior after he successfully orbited the earth in Friendship 7. American astronaut John H Glenn and his wife wave as they disembark the aircraft in New Concord, Ohio. Family and friends greet and receive them. Civilians lined up on either side of the street to greet Glenn and his wife as they move in a motorcade.

Date: 1962, March 5
Duration: 39 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
The Cuban Missile Crisis. The Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.

October, 1962, U.S. Air Force U-2 reconnaissance aircraft, tail number 56-6707, of the Strategic Air Command (SAC) 4080th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, lands at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas. View of Photographic evidence, brought back by the U-2, showing Soviet missiles being set up in Cuba. President John F. kennedy broadcasts to the nation about the crisis on October 22, 1962, announcing measures being taken by the USA to address the situation. A B-58 Hustler bomber landing. Airmen removing camera from nose of a reconnaissance aircraft. Air Force Sergeant, photo interpreter, reading wet film in a base laboratory. U.S. Naval officers and sailors in Command Center viewing large wall map of the world. U.S. Air Force SAC B-52 bombers taking off. View of United Nations Headquarters building in New York City. On October 25, 1962, U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Adlai Stevenson, confronts Soviet Ambassador Valerian Alexandrovich Zorin about missiles in Cuba.He looks at Zorin, and says,"Don't wait for the translation, yes, or no." Zorin smiles as the room fills with laughter. He then responds. View of a Soviet ship bound for Cuba being monitored by a U.S. aircraft overhead. Pilot in cockpit of the aircraft. View from U.S. aircraft flying low past a Soviet ship. Crew in cockpit of the aircraft. Soviet ships turning away. Helicopter flying over sandy beach area of Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. The helicopter parked and Undersecretary of State, Averell Harriman, steps from the helicopter and is later seen with President Kennedy, and Secretary of State, Dean Rusk, at the President's Weekend White House. Harriman reports on the successful negotiation of a limited nuclear test ban treaty. Glimpse of Moscow. U.S. Secretary of State, Dean Rusk, Soviet Foreign Minister,Andrei Gromyko, and British Foreign secretary, Alexander Douglas-Home, are seen signing the document for their respective nations, August 5, 1963.

Date: 1962, October
Duration: 5 min 15 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Film illustrating participation of African Americans in U.S. history from Colonial times to after the Civil War

Opening scene shows African American congregation in church, during World War 2, listening to their preacher speak about liberty. Closeup of the Minister speaking. As he refers to the seed of Liberty taking root in Boston, a plaque on the gate of the Granary Burial Ground of 1660 is shown reading: "Within this ground are buried the victims of the Boston Massacre, March 5, 1770." The gate swings open revealing the cemetery. Next, an illustration of British Redcoats shooting into a crowd on that occasion is shown. Closeup of the illustration shows a negro, named Crispus Attucks, falling as the first victim of the gunfire. A monument to him on Boston Common, is then shown. Closeup of the monument. Excerpt from a film about the Revolutionary War shows reenactment of the battle off Concord. The 221-foot granite obelisk at Bunker Hill, Boston, is seen, marking the site of the first major battle of the American Revolutionary War. A musket is seen with a sign attached reading: "Gun belonged to Peter Salem, a colored man who carried it at Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill, and with it shot Maj. Pitcairn." (Refers to Major John Pitcairn, a Scottish Marine officer, killed at the battle of Bunker Hill.) Illustration and painting of Peter Salem with his musket in the company of other patriots, is shown, as well as a glimpse of a mass reenactment of the battle of Bunker Hill. Next is seen the famous 1851 oil-on-canvas painting of Washington Crossing the Delaware, by the German American artist Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze. Closeup of one oarsman, identified as African American, Prince Whipple. Film Reenactment of the ragtag American army at Valley Forge in the snow, shows their suffering. Among them is an actor in the role of African American, Salem Poor, who had purchased his freedom from slavery and fought with Washington's army. A bell ringing and the American flag of 13 stars signifying the 1776 Victory. Film reenactments of pioneers including blacks and whites working together, felling trees and building forts and barns, and the like. Scene shifts to a man of war ship under sail firing a salvo from its cannons. This is followed by illustrations of Commodore Perry in the battle of Lake Erie, during the War of 1812. In a dory with Perry is a black man named Tyler Thompson. War ships exchange gunfire. Narrator cites Perry's famous words of victory: "We have met the enemy and they are ours." Scene shifts to a painting of American general Andrew Jackson and his troops, at the Battle of New Orleans, in 1815. A battle reenactment shows a black American soldier participating. Postwar view of American ship building activity. View of a large sailing vessel. Cannon fire ushers in the Civil War in 1861 as Confederates fire on Fort Sumter. Images of combat are overlaid by the statue of Abraham Lincoln in his memorial at Washington, DC. Next, settlers are seen heading West in a wagon train. Camera focuses on a black couple who are part of the wagon train. Black and white men work side-by-side building a railroad. An early steam locomotive races along the tracks. .

Date: 1945
Duration: 3 min 18 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
New York Yankees play against San Francisco Giants and win the 1962 baseball World Series in the United States.

Scenes from 1962 World Series baseball action in the United States. San Francisco Giants meet the New York Yankees. Chuck Hiller, a Giants player makes the first National league grand slam ever in World Series play. New York Yankee Tom Tresh gets a 3 run home run in game 5. As play shifts to San Francisco, it rains for a long time delaying continuation of the series. Giants Willie McCovey hits one to Yankee Bobby Richardson for the final out and the New York Yankees win the World Series. Footage from a newsreel released December 24, 1962.

Date: 1962, October 16
Duration: 1 min 30 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Yankees, Colt 45s, Giants, and Mets baseball teams practice at spring training camps, 1962

Players prepare for the 1962 baseball season at spring training camps. Members of the New York Yankees run onto field in Ft. Lauderdale Florida. Brief shots of star Yankee pitchers Whitey Ford and Luis Arroyo chatting. Rare shot of Hall of Famer Robin Roberts in Yankee uniform, trying to catch on with New York after being released by Philadelphia Phillies. Shot of rookies Phil Linz and Tom Tresh, both of whom would make the team. Fans in stands applaud as sluggers Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris take swings in the batting cage. Maris and Mantle pose for photographers. Scene shifts to the first training camp of the Houston Colt 45's in Apache Junction, Arizona. The Colt 45s, later renamed the Astros, were one of two new National League teams that year. Manager Paul Richards and coach Harry Craft watch players from dugout. Mountains visible in background as pitchers Jim Umbricht, Bobby Shantz and Dick Ferrell warm up. Third baseman Jim McDaniel fields a ground ball during infield practice. Scene shifts to the San Francisco Giants' training camp in Phoenix Arizona. Harvey Kuenn, Willie Mays, Matty Alou and Felipe Alou pose with bats for the camera. Giants pitchers each take a turn pitching, the last one being former Yankee Don Larsen. Kuenn and Mays lash hits in batting cage. Final scene is in St. Petersburg Florida, where the expansion New York Mets are holding their first spring training. Manager Casey Stengel talks with his coaches and shows off the Mets uniform. Shots of pitchers Roger Craig and Jay Hook throwing. Shots of shortstop Felix Mantilla, second baseman Charlie Neal and first baseman Gil Hodges doing infield practice. Announcer says the Mets' pep "should raise the expectations of New York fans" -- an ironic statement, given the Mets would lose 120 games that year, still a Major League Baseball record.

Date: 1962, March 5
Duration: 2 min 23 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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