Educational inequalities between schools for whites and negroes. Friendship Baptist College, Rock Hill, supported by Negro Baptists. The buildings, quarters, compound and playground of the college. Students of the college doing the daily tasks like cleaning, laundry all by themselves. The ruined conditions of the buildings, classrooms and quarters, with broken glasses and doors. Man walking down rickety, shaking stairs. Students assembled in outside yard.
Educational dissimilarities between students of negro and white origin in South Carolina. The Clinton Normal and Industrial School, a residential school for negroes run by A.M.E. Zion Church. The school building, quarters and playground. The students and teachers of the school. Man without legs in wheelchair. Daily work being accomplished by students themselves. Woman pumping water, woman hanging clothes on line. Men washing clothes in washtub. Clothes hanging on line. Images of the Friendship Baptist College at Rock Hill supported and run by Baptist negroes. White interviewer shaking hands with the dean of the school. NAACP seal at end of production.
Negro life in South Carolina, United States. Houses at a distance. Vegetation on farmland. Hills covered with trees in the background. Man sits on a horse. Electrical poles in front of the houses. Stairs lead towards a building. Board on top of a house reads 'Alabama lumber'. Negro men in front of the house. Curving railroad tracks.
From a short documentary film entitled, "Neptune's Realm" depicting a shellback initiation ceremony aboard the USS Indianapolis in November 1936. In this clip, slates provide background on the ceremony. Then there are scenes of the USS Indianapolis (CA-35) in New York. The ship leaves the dock with Statue of Liberty in the background. Kingfisher floatplanes visible on the ship's deck. The ship is decorated with flags, on its way to pick up President Franklin Roosevelt in South Carolina before proceeding to South America. A fleet of ships underway. Some scenes from a shellback initiation. A Polliwog looks through binoculars. Sailors dressed in costumes act during the Shellback ceremony.
View of the Crazy Horse Memorial, a colossal sculpture in situ, located in Thunderhead Mountain, in the Black HIlls of South Dakota, United States. Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski with his five sons working on the project. He sculpts a model of Chief Crazy Horse known as the Crazy Horse Memorial and he describes the project, including how he declined offers of U.S. government funds for the project. The in-progress sculpted model is of the Oglala Lakota Indian Chief Crazy Horse riding on a horse. A studio down the hill. Korczak Ziolkowski and his sons drill with drilling machine on rock. Dynamite explosion on the rock face. Ziolkowski poses for a photograph in front of a model of the Crazy Horse Memorial with his family.
Waves crashing on a rocky shore. View of Plymouth Rock, with "1620" engraved on it. Coastline with hills and sea. A forest and primitive house of sticks. A church with watch tower. Reenactment of early immigrants felling trees and busy in a 17th Century settlement in Massachusetts. View upward of tall tree. Column on a building in Virginia; portico and clock on a building in Rhode Island;and a church in Carolina.The minuteman statue in Battle Green, Lexington,Massachusetts. Image of colonist James Otis. Statue of Thomas Jefferson. Image of Thomas Paine. Statue of Patrick Henry. Reenactment of British Red Coats charging up a hill during the American revolution. John Trumbull's painting, the "Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776" in the Capitol Rotunda, Washington,DC. A copy of the document. Reenactment of General Washington's troops and snowy encampment at Valley Forge, in 1777. The colonial troops marching in the snow.Painting of George Washington praying in a glen. Painting by John Trumbull of Lord Cornwallis surrendering to George Washington at Yorktown, Virginia, October 17, 1781. The Constitution of the United States in the National Archives, Washington, DC. Liberty bell swinging. Early American flag with 13 stars and 13 stripes. Animated map showing the original 13 States. Reenactment of early settlers, in wagon trains, pushing Westward from the original colonies. New States being added to the animated map, until all 48 continental American States are filled in. An American flag displaying 48 States.