High rise apartment buildings of Harlem, New York City. Cars move on streets of Harlem in light snow. Slush on roads and sidewalks. 1960's automobiles and buses passing on streets. An advertisement board on a building for a hair product with message "You will love what ultra sheen does for your hair!" Image of Giants' baseball player Willie Mays on an advertisement board for Alaga Syrup, with message, "Willie Mays says: Say, hey! Love that real ribbon cane flavor." Three advertisement boards at a wall. Bus and cars at street. Sign reads "485 Lenox Avenue" (New York, New York 10030). The door of the apartment building opens. A truck passes. Multi story apartment buildings in the area. Availbility sign for Lennox Terrace apartment buildings at 470 Lenox Ave New York, New York 10030.
The 1960 Presidential Election in the United States. Interiors of a building show NBC News and CBS News Election Tracking headquarters operations. Board tracking the election result returns. A man behind a camera. Many news employees inside the building. The men preparing to broadcast the results of the elections. Interiors of a television network headquarters shows men and women at tabulating machines and electronic computers. A huge crowd gathered at the Republican Party headquarters. A few men and women beside a tally board updating election results. People in the crowd looking at a board. The board showing Presidential candidates Richard Nixon's and John F. Kennedy's count of votes in states Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota and several other states. A woman in the crowd looking through binoculars. The figures show Kennedy leading. The moving ticker bulletin board in Times Square, New York City, is shown reading "Kennedy Overcomes Slow Start, Pulls ahead of Nixon" as the counting continues. The Times Square moving bulletin reads 'Kennedy wins Connecticut's 8 Electoral votes, Sweeps all'. A crowd cheering and shouting 'We Want Kennedy'. The bulletin reading 'Kennedy leads in 17 states with 192 electoral votes'. A CBS news worker beside a map showing the states and the position of Republican and Democratic candidates in each state. A bulletin reading 'Kennedy stage see-saw battle in Virginia'. Men inside the television network headquarters. Close up view of a camera being used to film the television news broadcast. A board showing position of the candidates in the election.
Flags of America, England and others wave in breeze. Fighter aircraft fly high overhead in sky. A NATO warship in sea. Combined NATO forces march together carrying various flags. Intercontinental Ballistic Missile or rocket ready for launch with emblem of U.S. Air Force on side. A B-52 high in sky with contrails behind. Crowd of American men, women and children in 1960's fashions looking upward at the sky. Night view of New York city. Arc de Triomphe in Paris seen with early 1960's cars passing by. Scene of the elaborately tiled library building with tile murals by Juan O'Gorman, at the University of Mexico in Mexico City (Biblioteca Central at the Ciudad Universitaria Campus of the National Autonomous University of Mexico - UNAM). College students seated outside the library building. Farmer with two oxen yoked doing work. Men shoveling and moving material in wheel barrows perhaps in Latin America. Scene of a fair in India tents, vendors, and a small Ferris wheel ride. American children going round and round on a hand powered playground carousel.
Robert Moses,controversial visionary urban planner of bridges, highways, and worlds fairs, inter alia, for New York City, from the 1920s through about the 1960s. He is seen at a desk in his office, wearing shirt and tie, but no jacket. A large map of Greater New York, including New Jersey and Long Island, is on the wall behind him. He makes and receives telephone calls. Scene shifts to another office, where he appears wearing a jacket. He reviews papers containing planning ideas including sketches. Mr. Moses annotates some of the documents.
A man and a boy ride together on a tandem bicycle along a road with a beach in the background. A woman riding a motorcycle on a city street. A man riding an antique bicycle with a giant front wheel and small back wheel. Two boys riding a bicycle. One of the boys sits atop a silver food delivery box in front of the bike, with writing, "Arturo's 106 W. Houston Street, CH-25315" (from Arturo's Pizzeria in Greenwich Village, New York City). Two people biking through a lot of recreational vehicle homes with a expansive desert landscape in the backround. Boys play baseball and children on swings with their parents watching them. Two of they kids are twin boys, dressed identically, and swinging on the swings in the same rhythm. A boy on a tire swing that hangs from a large tree. Boys huddled on a sidewalk playing a game. Camera angle widens and reveals they are in a ridge-top neighborhood with a large industrial factory belching smoke and pollution into the sky in the background. People entering a church on an Autumn day with blue sky and trees with golden leaves changing color for fall. Male teacher in classroom lecturing at a blackboard. Students appear to be older high school or early college age. Various people seated at desks in an office working, and separately a view of equipment and people working in a laboratory. A man seated at a microscope. 1965.
Election campaign advertisement for President John F Kennedy. Hand holds a banner that reads 'Kennedy'. Picture of John F Kennedy with signs that read 'Greatness', 'Leader for the 60's'. Collage with pictures of President Kennedy and other well known American leaders, and also with state and city names: 'Indiana', 'NewYork', 'Oregon', 'Illinois', 'Ohio', 'Michigan', 'Texas' and 'California'. Hands with banners that read, 'Kennedy for President'. Picture of President John F Kennedy with wife Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and daughter Caroline Kennedy. Ad features background chorus singing a two stanza jingle with "Kennedy" chorus including stanza lines, "Do you want a man for President who's seasoned through and through, but not so doggone seasoned that he won't try something new? A man who's old enough to know and young enough to do? Well it's up to you it's up to you, it's strictly up to you. Do you like a man who answers straight, a man who's always fair? Well measure him against the others and when you compare, you'll cast your vote for Kennedy and the change that's overdue, so it's up to you, it's up to you, it's strictly up to you." Campaign advertisement features vintage 1960's television advertising style.