U.S. Senator Dwight Morrow dies in Englewood, New Jersey. Past events showing Dwight Morrow speaking. He poses with his wife, daughter Anne Morrow Lindbergh and son-in-law Charles Lindbergh in North Haven, Maine.
Several boats in water. Charles Lindbergh and his wife in the cockpit of the plane. The plane takes off.
Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh with his wife Anne Lindbergh at Morrow Estate to meet Anne's parents Dwight Morrow and Elizabeth Morrow and their son Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr. Anne Lindbergh seen with the baby. Baby in a pram with two pet dogs in the garden. The Lindberghs stop at Ottawa in Canada. Charles Lindbergh checks the plane for flight.
Yale University beats the University of Maine in New Haven, Connecticut. A football game in progress. Spectators in the stands. Yale University wins over the University of Maine with a score of 38-0.
A storm in Seattle, Washington. Submerged houses in flooded waters. Men struggle to clear the wreckage. Damaged ships at a dockyard. 'North Haven Juneau' at a harbor. Debris and wreckage due to the floods. Damaged houses. Uprooted trees and broken vehicles in front of the houses. A pig scavenges from the dump.
Commander Richard E. Byrd, receives the National Geographic Society Hubbard Gold Medal, from President Calvin Coolidge. The event takes place on June 23, 1926, in the auditorium of the National Geographic Headquarters, at 1146 Sixteenth Street, in Washington DC. The audience includes Mrs. Coolidge (on the stage) as well as cabinet officers; members of the diplomatic corps; and National Geographic Society members. Scene shifts to grounds of the White House, on February 27, 1927, as President Calvin Coolidge places the Tiffany Cross Medal of Honor around the neck of Commander Richard E. Byrd. Those seen in the ceremony are, from left to right: Assistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore D. Robinson; Secretary of the Navy Curtis Wilbur; Commander Richard E. Byrd, USN; President Calvin Coolidge; Warrant Officer Floyd Bennett, USN; and Admiral Edward W. Eberle, USN, Chief of Naval Operations. Closeup of Richard Byrd and Floyd Bennett, wearing their medals.