A film titled 'a town solves a problem' about a school in Pittsford, Vermont. A snow covered area. Cars drive down a street with snow on sides. Men walk past houses in the village. Mr. Croft, a janitor of a school and Mrs. Croft, a teacher at the school, exit their house. They walk down a street and enter the school. Mrs. Croft looks at a picture of a desk in a book. She plans to order the desk for the school.
A film about a school in Pittsford, Vermont. Children get ready to leave for school. The children walk amidst heavy snow to reach the school. They arrive at the school. A teacher, Mrs. Croft, helps the children to take off their heavy winter clothing. She rings a bell and the children take their seats. The children write and learn in the class.
A film about a school in Pittsford, Vermont. At lunch time, students eat lunch. A teacher, Mrs. Croft, and her husband who is the janitor also eat lunch. They think of providing hot lunch to the students. Mrs. Croft and her husband walk out of the school as they discuss about getting a stove to provide hot lunch to students. They meet Mrs. Davis, a student's mother. They talk about the need of hot lunch. Mrs. Davis convinces other parents. Parents of the students attend a meeting at the school. Mrs. Croft asks for their help to provide hot lunch to the students. Mr. William, superintendent of the school, says that an increase in taxes can lead to a hot lunch.
A film about a school in Pittsford, Vermont. A student's mother, Mrs. Davis, talks to her husband as he removes snow. They discuss about mustering support for hot lunch issue to be discussed at the annual town meeting. Women discuss near a clothes line. A car at a gas station. Men and women read a notice about the annual town meeting at a post office. Exteriors of a church as bells ring.
Tourists visit Vermont, United States. The tourists visit a Vermont marble quarry. Exterior view of the quarry. Workers lift marble slabs with the help of cranes. View of fields and a water stream with hills in the background.
Tourists visit Plymouth, Vermont. Tourists in cars drive through hills and mountains of Vermont. They arrive at an old farm house. United States President Calvin Coolidge and his wife Grace Goodhue Coolidge shake hands with the tourists at the farm house.