President Franklin D. Roosevelt, with his daughter, Anna, seated beside him, drives his personal hand-controlled 1931 Plymouth PA Phaeton open car into the courtyard of the Pine Mountain Valley elementary school, built as part of WPA project. Teachers and children and their families are gathered to greet him. Several Secret Service agents walk behind the car. Many American flags are displayed and a chorus of children sings the tune, "Happy Days are here again." The President remains seated in his car as a group of women display a homemade quilt that they present as a gift. President Roosevelt speaks to the children (and other gathered) remarking that things looked improved at the school, since his visit the year before, and noting that the Government's efforts were helpful. President Roosevelt makes a few more comments, and then turns to the Lady standing next to the car (possibly the School Principal) and asks: "Will you get in with me?" She does,and they sit a moment as he talks with a man nearby. A secret service agent places the gift quilt in the empty back seat of the car. The children serenade the President again. FDR drives away through the crowd, followed by Secret Agents on foot and in an automobile.
ettlers in Pine Mountain Valley community bring horses and wagons to a gathering. One settler stands beside his wagon with his wife and two children seated aboard. They are all assembled outside a large community building. Scene shifts to another large community building with 5 large ventilators on the peak of its roof. A herd of cattle are seen at fenced location. A new house is shown, with occupants moving about on its porch. Cattle grazing near the new community buildings.
First Grade students at Pine Mountain Valley elementary school, Georgia, welcome U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt during his visit to the school, in his second term as President. Children hold a banner that reads, 'Welcome Mr President-First Grade". The children sing "Happy Days Are Here Again," and wave U.S. flags.
President Roosevelt visits the Pine Mountain Valley Resettlement Administration project in his convertible. Officials and bodyguards surround his car. Hundreds of children with U.S. flags in hands give him a rousing welcome.
The lumbering activity around the Mississippi river in the United States. View of the mountains covered with pines. A mark of an axe on the tree trunk. A tree being cut. Tree falls on ground. A wood saw used to cut trees. Logs in a flume and floating in the Mississippi river. Several views of the pile of logs on ground. Explosives being used to break up log jams. Logs being cut into boards in a saw mill.
U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt arrives at Pine Valley in Georgia, United States. The President seated in his car with his wife arrives at farms. Cattle on a farm. People cheer and greet the President. Roosevelt attends ceremonies for inauguration of the first rural settlement structures as part of government relief programs for agriculture and farming communities during the Great Depression.