View of the funeral procession of President Theodore Roosevelt, following his death two days earlier on January 6, 1919. Point of view shot from moving car in procession looking backward toward other cars in the procession. Funeral procession and crowd gathered outside Christ Church in Oyster Bay New York. The Reverend Doctor George E. Talmage seen briefly at door beside hearse automobile, and then President Roosevelt's casket draped with an American flag is seen being placed in the hearse. A uniformed Boy Scout stands by in the foreground. William H Taft, Charles E Hughes, and General Leonard Wood walk in the funeral procession exiting the church. President Roosevelt is buried in Oyster Bay, New York.
The first hydrofoil boat in Long Island, New York. The hydrofoil boat aboard a truck on the highway. Cars pass by. A workman on the land route raises a power line using a pole to permit the passage the truck. Other workman cuts branches of a tree. The boat arrives at Oyster Bay Shipyard.
Displays in windows of different stores in New York City, United States. A woman serves fresh oysters at a shop. Sign reads, "Fresh Long Island Oysters". A restaurant with sign "B/G. A meal a minute" and a chef turning chickens on a rotisserie. A pizza maker tosses a large crust into the air as onlookers watch him through the restaurant window. Numerous watches on display in the window of a jewelry shop. A man at work in the shop. At a cobbler shop, a sign on a window reads 'Ripple soles'. Cooks grilling steaks over a grated fire in a restaurant.
Oyster fishing in New Jersey, United States. Ships and boats anchored. Sail boats at sea. Fishermen catch oysters. An oyster catch aboard a ship. Men examine their oyster catch. View of a bridge. A sign: 'New Jersey, 25, Highway'.
Oyster seed fishers catch young oysters from James River. Two men on a boat fish for oysters. Shovels are used to catch oysters. The boat approaches a big boat and oysters are transferred on the big boat. Pile of oysters on the boat.
Young man carves message on tree and kisses his fiancee. Scene of furniture being removed from a house during an eviction. Couple talks with an old bearded man who is in a rocking chair on a house porch. He shows them a newspaper advertisement for 'Sterling Homes' includes headline 'Come to Bay City at Our Expense.' Couple leaves with older man. Visitors tour offices where draftsmen draw plans for hundreds of variations of home designs, and the homes can be manufactured and delivered. Prospective buyers study pictures of home models, and blueprint plans. View of a lumber yard and sawmill by railroad tracks, where logs arrive for milling and use in homebuilding. They watch as new logs are offloaded from truck into pond, and as picker walks on logs in water and directs them onto belt for passage into saw mill. Massive log roughly 6 feet in diameter on feeder belt. Mill workers run beside it and jump on top of it. In a factory, women workers assemble boards and beams and affix using glueing under 10 tons pressure. Modular home pieces are packed and ready for shipping to buyer. Young couples and older friend get into automobile to view potential lots for their new house. Horse drawn land leveling equipment being used near new home sites. Carpenters assemble prefabricated home. A Vulcanite Shingle date calender shows the date to be Saturday, June 28, 1919. View of a completed home. Young man places a wedding ring on his new bride's finger at their wedding. She holds a bouquet of flowers.