U.S. Air Force Military Airlift Command (MAC) aircraft lands in Antarctica for Operation Deep Freeze. A person enters a National Science Foundation Center. People disembark the plane. Unload the equipment. Numerous vehicles at the base. Plane takes off with the shipment to Point Mugu Naval Air Station in California. Scripps Institute of Oceanography conducts research for the National Science Foundation. Frank S Todd of the Hubbs Sea World Research Institute talks about the airlifting of penguins by C-141 used for behavioral studies.
Scene of banner stating "Welcome John F Kennedy" and U.S. flag at Check Point Charlie. President Kennedy walks past USA Checkpoint Charlie, U.S. military personnel salute, and President talks to unidentified USA Brigadier General with West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt. Mayor Brandt, President Kennedy and USA Major General Polk at vantage point looking toward East Berlin. Chancellor Adenauer, President Kennedy, Major General Polk and Brigadier General Clifton leaving platform. President standing in car with Chancellor and Mayor. Building showing spectators cheering and throwing shredded paper. Mayor Brandt, President Kennedy and party leaving.
Newsreel clip highlighting games 3 and 4 of baseball's 1963 World Series. Clip opens with overhead view of 56,000 fans packed into Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. Yankee pitcher Jim Bouton and Dodgers pitcher Don Drysdale chat before the game. Brief closeup of Bouton. Dodgers score only run of the game when Tommy Davis' single scores Jim Gilliam. Brief closeup of Drysdale. Drysdale completes shutout by getting Yankees' Joe Pepitone to fly out to deep right field in the ninth inning. Drysdale mobbed by teammates. Yankees pitcher Whitey Ford and Dodgers pitcher Sandy Koufax -- both Hall of Famers -- chat before game four. Frank Howard scores Dodgers' first run with a home run to left field in the fourth inning. Mickey Mantle ties the game with a homer off Koufax in the seventh. Dodgers score ultimate winning run when a fly ball by Willie Davis scores Gilliam. Dodger fans cheer as Koufax strikes out Tom Tresh and Mantle in the ninth and gets final out on a ground ball by Hector Lopez. Dodger players mob Koufax, celebrate in dressing room. This was the first time ever the Yankees were swept four straight games in a World Series.
A map of the United States. Exterior view of the Santa Barbara Mission at Santa Barbara in California, USA. A monk walking in a covered walkway of the Mission. Greyhound tourist bus travels through a tunnel and on a highway. Exterior views of the greyhound bus, and interior point of view shot of highway and approaching tunnel from inside the bus. Silhouette of the bus driver, driving on the highway.
Black men and women carry signs and demonstrate for equal rights outside a restaurant or store in the United States for civil rights. Jesse Jackson leads crowd in his "I am somebody" chant. A sign in the gathered crowd reads, "Jesse Jackson Black Jesus". Views of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28 1963, highlighting civil rights issues for African Americans. Martin Luther King marching next to a rabbi who is on crutches. Black rioters flipping over a car. A building burns during race riots. Ernest Green talks to others at the headquarters for the Apprenticeship Program of the Workers Defense League, funded by the A. Philip Randolph Education Fund. A white man enters a polling booth. White and black people at a polling place. Narrator says that negro voting is increasing in America. Images of of Mayor Carl Stokes,a black political leader in Cleveland, Ohio; Jesse Jackson, Preacher; and Ernest Green (Ernie Green), Youth Organizer and Executive. View of grounds of the Washington and Lincoln Memorial teeming with protestors against inequality and segregation during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. View of United States Supreme Court building and point of view shot as camera approaches interior chamber of the Supreme Court. Black students outside a school. Exterior view of John Philip Sousa Junior High School in Washington DC shows integrated student body. View of white students demonstrating against integration at Little Rock. Interior view of integrated elementary school classroom with both white and black children. Curb side sit-in demonstration in a southern city. Picketing demonstrators outside the S&W Cafeteria hold signs that read, "Christian Morality Condemns Segregation" and "All Men are Created Equal." Demonstrators at the lunch counter of the S&W Cafeteria are served a meal by the waitress. View of a swimming pool that has been closed by a municipality rather than allow integration.
Coverage of Major Leroy Gordon Cooper Jr in New York and his 34 hour orbital flight. Major Cooper speaks. Scenes of parade showing small child waving Ameican flag. Navy and AF flights marching and fireman putting up flags. Major on dais Cooper with dignitaries. Cameramen shoot films and pictures.City Hall seal and bunting.Intercut with cheering crowds,policeman with barricade and fireman with hook and ladder put up flag and make arch over street. City Hall dome.The attendees include Mrs. Trudy Cooper, Mrs. Susan Wagner, Vice president Lyndon B. Johnson and Mayor Robert F. Wagner. Major Cooper acknowledges cheering spectators, speaks and signs City Hall guest book. Crowd and high vantage viewing point.22 May 1963