The Big Police Circus in Rochester, Indiana. Lion cubs in a basket. Trainer Clyde Beatty inside the ring with lion and lioness on tables. He holds the basket with cubs in front of the lions. One of the cubs with the lioness in a cage.
A ceremony marks the dedication of new campus buildings at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. Students wearing academic robes arrive at a building on the campus. The President of Manchester College Dr. Jacks, U.S. Secretary of Interiors Ray Lyman Wilbur and the President of University of Rochester Dr. Rush Rhees pose. Interiors of the building shows a crowd attending the ceremony in an auditorium. The front facade of the library building in the University of Rochester. Interiors of a building shows people milling about. Interior of the library shows tables and chairs. View of the campus from the tower of the library.
American steamship, Rochester, sets off from New York City harbor in United States, towards Europe, ignoring German blockade warnings during World War I. The American steamship Rochester, at sea, with U.S. flag painted on its side. A passenger and crew members aboard the Rochester. A steamship at sea. 'Orleans-New York' written on the side of the ship.
Teams begin to prepare as football season nears. 200 players for the Indiana Notre Dame team jog and warms up in a field in South Bend, Indiana. They prepare for the upcoming season. Players practice after warming up under the supervision of their coach.
A U.S. soldier radio announcer introduces the radio program "Jubilee" as a band of Army musicians, in uniform, plays a fanfare. Opening montage features a man writing a V-mail fan letter to "Jubilee" to the Armed Forces Radio Service. Montage also shows V-mail staff women processing mail. Announcer Ernie 'Bubbles' Whitman then introduces 'Rochester' from the Jack Benny program. Lena Horne comes to mic and crowd applauds. Rochester and Lena Horne sing "Consequences." Timmie Rogers and Private Bate Wallace then perform, with Timmy Rogers singing, "Bring Enough Clothes for Three Days." Lena Horne is introduced again, finishing the program with the song, "That Man I Love."
Opening scene shows numerous guests seated at an outdoor luncheon in the gerden of George Eastman's house in Rochester, New York. The occasion is the 100th Anniversary of Gorge Eastman's birth. Views of the house where Eastman was born. It has been moved from Waterville, New York to its present location in the gardens of his last home in Rochester, New York. Two little girls stand with parents. One holds a Kodak camera. Closeup of a woman taking a photograph and another of a young man photographing with a compact motion picture camera. A man using a historic motion picture camra on a tripod. People gather around the porch of the Eastman birthplace house where Officials of the George Eastman House, including Dr. C. E. Kenneth Mees, President, Mr. James E. Gleason, Chairman of the Board, and Mr. Charles Hutchison, Vice Presi-dent, are seated. One of them is seen speaking at a podium. Mrs. Robert Ranlett, Eastman's long time friend, uncovers a commemorative plaque on the porch. Next are scenes photographed in July 1928, when George Eastman gave a garden party to introduce Kodakcolor to notable guests. He stands with Thomas Edison in the garden. Closeup of Eastman on that occasion. Cover of book holding George Eastman commemorative postage stamps. A sheet of the new stamps signed at the bottom by Postmaster General, Arthur E. Summerfield. Closeup of the stamps. Guards placing wreaths at a sculptured planter in the center of the Eastman House garden. Men gathered with hats removed for the commemoration.