Robert Sargent Shriver, Director of Peace Corps during an interview at Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania. He answers questions related to Presidential election of 1964. He accepts his name being mentioned as a Democratic Vice-Presidential candidate but says that the final decision will be taken at the party convention. He says that Senator Goldwater does not have great chances of winning against President Johnson because of the latter's popularity.
Robert Sargent Shriver, Director of Peace Corps delivers a speech at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Shriver speaks how the Jewish Peace Corps volunteers have been serving in four Muslim countries. He also highlights the role Peace Corps have played in poor countries. He talks about racial discrimination and reveals that 80 percent of poor people in America are Whites. He appeals for personal commitment from people to remove poverty, the way Peace Corps have been doing in various countries.
Robert Sargent Shriver, Director of Peace Corps during an interview considers poverty as the biggest problem in United States. While answering a question he states Congress and the people as the biggest challenge in removing the poverty. He says that reaching the core people is the biggest challenge. He expresses hope that with the passing of Civil Rights Bill there will be a reduction in poverty as people will be free to participate in the economic activities without any discrimination.
Infrastructure of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Views of St. Paul's Cathedral, Soldiers Memorial and Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania. The University of Pittsburgh and Schenley High School. Pittsburgh Athletic Club and Masonic Temple. Heinz Company Plant in the industrial district. The entrance gate of Highland Park. Bears and llama in the Highland Park Zoo.
Football game in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 61,000 spectators gather to watch a game of football between Carnegie Tech (Carnegie Mellon University) and Pittsburgh Panthers football teams. Carnegie Tech wins the game by 20-10 to defeat Pittsburgh Panthers.
Transport and infrastructure in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Incline railways carry passengers up and down the steep Pittsburgh hills. Automobiles driven onto incline railway car. Views of incline railways in operation. The business district of Pittsburgh. Automobiles, pedestrians, horse drawn vehicle traffic on the street in the industrial district. The Ford Motor Company Plant. A mansion in a residential area.