Crickets in Pasco, Washington. The insects move on a muddy road. Crickets in the hand of a man. Farmers and government experts kill the insects. The farmers wash their faces. The farmers and the government experts spray a poisonous gas to kill the insects.
The Washington Redskins Pro football team members in training for their season-opening game with the College All Stars. The team members perform various drills. Two players hold a barrel with no top or bottom as the quarterback throws the ball through it. Players kick field goals. A player kicks the football off the nose of a fellow player laying on his back. A coach sprays water from a hose on team members while they are lying on the ground. A flag of the United States in the background.
Shows William White, a clerk in Treasury department with his wife and 17 children in Washington. White's wife exits car with infant in her arms followed by the other 16 children .The family lines up and poses for the camera with the Capitol Building in the background. January 1938.
Vice President John Nance garner tries on different hats for spring in Washington DC. Various hats in round boxes lie on table. President's Wife Ettie helps him out to choose the right hat April 1938.
Statue of Lincoln sitting on a chair in Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC, United States. Memorial Day parade including "The Boys in Blue", Union soldiers,veterans of the Civil War, in uniform, followed by Boy Scouts. Setting changes to Gettysburg battle field in Gettsyburg, Pennsylvania at the 1938 Gettysburg Reunion, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the battle in the American Civil War. Surviving Union and Confederate veterans reach across stone wall known as "the angle" to shake hands (average age 94 years old). Civil war veterans salute at the unveiling of the Peace Memorial monument, near a cannon. A Civil War Union soldier places flowers on a bed in the room where Abraham Lincoln wrote his famous 'Gettysburg Address'. He salutes and looks at a copy of Lincoln's handwritten speech, displayed on the wall. Civil War veterans sit around a camp fire, some in wheelchairs. One of them waves a Confederate Battle flag.
The involvement of the American soldier in the history and growth of the United States from early 1900s until roughly 1938 before World War 2. Scenes of Washington DC and Mount Rainier. Two Confederate and one Union Uniformed veterans of the Civil War walk together in the Arlington National Cemetery, in Virginia. U.S. Soldiers marching during World War I. U.S Cavalry riding in parade during World War I. Views of cities and towns in which U.S. Army posts were established, in the United States. Army troops and cavalry creating trails and paths, and eventually railroads, in wilderness areas of the United States. View of the Presidio Army Base and the Golden Gate Bridge, California. Subtle references to U.S. Army accomplishments, curbing Mississippi River floods (Corps of Engineers) and conquering Yellow Fever (Army Doctor Walter Reed) with views of: point of view shot from moving railroad train in a Colorado canyon; a side wheeler River boat on the Mississippi River; a sugar cane field in Cuba. View of locks in the Panama Canal. Statue of World War I soldiers