College football game between the Princeton Tigers and Yale, held in Princeton, New Jersey. The teams play on the field in their 62nd meeting. Spectators watch the thrilling match. Princeton Tigers team wins over Yale with a score of 20-7. Ambient sound of the crowd cheering is heard.
The Princeton Tigers and Harvard Crimson battle it out in the Ivy League Big Three in Princeton, New Jersey. Spectators cheer in the packed stadium. The game progresses. Spectators under umbrellas. The Tigers lead 14-6 at the start of the final quarter. The Princeton Tigers beat the Harvard Crimson 14-12.
Brief scenes from life of Dr. Albert Einstein, who died on April 18, 1955, in Princeton, New Jersey. Dr. Albert Einstein relaxed at home, posing for the camera. He is wearing a sweater. He dons his spectacles. Einstein with Yeshiva University President, Samuel Belkin, and New York State Attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein, as they present him a model of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Einstein in an academic procession at Princeton University.
Prime Minister of Israel David Ben-Gurion and physicist Albert Einstein meet in Princeton, New Jersey. David Ben-Gurion disembarks from a car as he arrives in Princeton. He is greeted by Albert Einstein. Exteriors of a house. David Ben-Gurion and Albert Einstein sit and talk.
Exterior View of Fuld Hall at the Institute of Advanced Study at Princeton University. Interior view shows Professor Albert Einstein as he writes on a blackboard. He then sits at a desk. Exterior views of churches and a synagogue in Princeton, New Jersey. Group of American people gathered together to celebrate "I'm an American" day. They march with flags and are seen wearing various outfits that depict their heritage. View changes to showing student at the entrance of a building at Rutgers University. Inside, veterans of World War 2 attend classes at the university under the G.I. Bill or GI Bill of Rights. A World War 2 veteran named George Hutchinson, who is a student at Rutgers University, speaks about how the GI Bill enabled him to return to school, and that everyone was friendly and cooperative in helping him return to school. A veteran who is a student performs tests in a laboratory using various beakers and tubes.
View of the Hudson River from an aircraft flying North, over the New Jersey shoreline. United States Navy warships are seen in the Hudson River, on the occasion of President Truman's first official visit to New York City, on Navy Day, October 27, 1945. Approximately 50 ships were anchored in the Hudson. The first clearly identified is the Battleship, USS Missouri(BB-63) with the Destroyer USS Renshaw (DD-499) tied alongside (bringing President Truman aboard during his review of the fleet). Others seen include the USS Midway (CVB-41); the USS Enterprise (CV-6); The USS Augusta (CA-31); and the USS Boise (CL-47). Several more surface ships are seen followed by six submarines on the surface, as the aircraft approaches the George Washington Bridge. More warships seen North of the bridge. Scene shifts to the USS Missouri and USS Renshaw, again. Next, the aircraft flies past a Navy blimp hovering below, over the river. The Aircraft Carriers, Enterprise and Midway are seen again. Glimpses of the New York City shore and buildings are seen at times in the film, as well as the palisades on the New Jersey shore, near the George Washington Bridge.