The Gildner or Giltner family of Pueblo Colorado looks at a massive leopard skin rug, constructed from the skins of 48 leopards. The fur rug had been purchased by their son, an American soldier in the Korean War, and shipped by him back to the United States. The seated family and some officials look at the leopard fur rug. The family exits a fur storage facility. A sign board outside the building reads: 'Cold Fur Storage'. A U.S. government official loads the fur rug into a car after the Korean government requested its return.
A large crowd gathers at a station in Pueblo, Colorado to welcome President Roosevelt during his visit to the state. Aerial view of the train passing through the Royal Gorge. Roosevelt looks at the Gorge.
A United States Army Air Forces B-17 bomber, tail number 41-24636, taxis and takes off from Pueblo Army Air Field in Colorado, during World War 2. View over wing of the B-17 in flight. The B-17 backs away to the right, levels off, flies right to left and towards and down under camera plane. Aerial view of the rugged terrain with low hazy clouds. Propellers spinning in the foreground. The B-17 in flight during the late evening hours.
Scenes of the South Western region of the United States. A map shows Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado. Scenic sweeping wide views of Mountains, plains and canyons in the United States in lofty mountainous area. View of the Grand Canyon. Tourists visit ruins. Ruins of Aztec dwellings in the Chaco Canyon area. The Pueblos at Santa Fe. Native American Indian Navaho Indians weave rugs. Indian Men and cowboys on wheel carts and horses in a dry area. Women sow seeds in the farm. Cattle grazing and Sheep graze in a field. A copper mine.
A film based on Pueblo Indian people living in Pueblo villages of the Southwestern United States. Pueblo houses made up of stone slabs covered with adobe. An Indian woman with a baby. An Indian man, a woman and a child sit on the ground outside a house. A group of children poses. A carved wooden toy.
A film based on Pueblo Indian people living in Pueblo villages of the Southwestern United States. A Pueblo Native American Indian woman holds up a shallow basin of wheat. Wind blows the chaff away as she pours the wheat onto a blanket. A kneeling woman grinds corn on a stone slab in front of a mud oven. A man uses a long handled wooden paddle to place in and remove bread from the oven.