Racing yacht towed to safe harbor in Newport,Rhode Island. Sail boat underway at sea. Coast guard aboard sailboat tow Britain's challenger Endeavor I racing yacht into safe harbor.
Harold Stirling Vanderbilt's J-class yacht Ranger wins America's Cup in Newport, Rhode Island. Yachts sail in water during the race. Ranger underway. Crew members on the Ranger during the race. A woman and a man on a yacht. The woman looks through binoculars. A man smokes a cigar. Aerial view of the yacht sailing. Ranger wins the race by defeating Thomas Octave Murdoch Sopwith's Endeavour II by 4-0. The crew of the Ranger poses.
Officer and sailors on board Navy torpedo boat, "Morris", in waters of Newport, Rhode Island. Sailors on the Navy torpedo boat "Morris"place large Whitehead torpedo into launching tube on deck. They fire the torpedo and it launches into the water in a cloud of smoke and speeds away leaving a foamy wake. Sailors then rotate the torpedo tube back along the gunwale.
Scenes from the wedding of John Jacob Astor VI to Ellen Tuck French at the Trinity Church in Newport, Rhode Island. People gather in large number at the ceremony. The married couples pose for the crowd.
President Kennedy walks down steps from a stand during his visit to Newport in Rhode Island. He is followed by a large party of people. President converses with three small girls standing with a woman. President, Mr CORSI (Customs Collector for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts) and family gather together for a photograph. Kennedy holds rolled scroll and appoints Mr CORSI to his post. Mr CORSI's daughter. Kennedy talks with Mr CORSI. Photographers take pictures.
U.S. President John F Kennedy on a stage during his visit to Newport in Rhode Island. Presidential seal attached to front of stage. President walks to podium and addresses the crowd. He appoints Mr John A McCone to replace Mr Allen W Dulles as the head of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Photographers and cameraman are present in large numbers. President Kennedy leaves podium. Mr Dulles steps up to podium and delivers a speech. Kennedy poses with Mr Dulles and Mr McCone, leaves stage and walks behind the curtains.