Canadian Open Golf Championship at the Beaconsfield Golf Club in Pointe Claire, Quebec. A large crowd of spectators gathered at the Beaconsfield Golf Club. The Canadian Open Golf Championship begins. American golfer George Fazio wins the championship against Dick Metz. The winner poses with the trophy.
Pilots Bernt Balchen, in a cap, and Floyd Bennett, in a fedora hat, stand in front of a Fairchild FC-2W airplane, at Lac Ste. Agnes (Lake St. Agnes) in Quebec, Canada. Irish Major James Fitzmaurice, one of the crew of the German aircraft "Bremen," stands with them. In another scene, Dr. Louis Cuisinier, technical director of Trans Continental Airways Limited,stands with them. He points to a page in a book and gives Floyd Bennett a box of cigars to be taken to the Junkers aircraft "Bremen" that had force-landed on Greenly Island, Quebec, after a transatlantic flight. (Note: Floyd Bennett was suffering with pneumonia, and became gravely ill soon after these shots were made. He did not pilot a plane to Greenly Island. Instead, he was rushed to Jeffrey Hale Hospital in Quebec City , where he died on April 25, 1928.)
Ice boat race on frozen surface of Lake Saint Clair in Michigan, United States. A man wears a helmet and gets ready for the race. The boat lined up at the starting point. The race starts. A man pushes the boat on snow surface and then sits in it. The boats moving on the ice surface.
American military officer hats on a conference table in Chateau Frontenac, around time of the Quebec Conference during World War 2. Group of allied officers gathered around wall map. One points at India. Another points at Suez. Reports labeled India, marked "Secret." British officers examining charts. Scene changes to exterior view of President Franklin Roosevelt's Springwood Estate house in Hyde Park, New York. American flag flying on house. Rolls Royce limousine parked at entrance drives away.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Band performing and marching. Sailors march. Mounted police open large gates at Chateau Frontenac. Point of view shot from from inside of the car looking past driver as car enters grounds of Chateau Frontenac. Open car as it enters grounds. Mr Churchill arrives in Cadillac convertible. President Roosevelt arrives in Packard convertible. Troops salute as their leaders arrive. American flag is raised. Various flags represented at conference.
April 1, 1946: “Operation “Road’s End.” View from the Destroyer, USS Everett F. Larson (DD-830) as it accompanies Imperial Japanese Navy submarines headed out of Sasebo Bay, headed to "Point Deep Six," (reportedly about 60 km west of Nagasaki and off the Gotō Islands) where they are to be scuttled by demolition charges and/or gunfire from the Larson or the USS Nereus (AS-17) (not seen). Captain Bell and Commander D.A. Mckee are seen on deck of the Larson with a Japanese interpreter who is issuing instructions to the skeleton Japanese crews through a megaphone. Views of the submarines underway.