Scenes of the town Tucson in Arizona, United States. Old houses and buildings in the town. Late 1930s cars driving on a road in Tucson and parked outside a building. The Mission San Xavier de Bac is shown. The Pima County Courthouse with old cars parked in front. Views of campus buildings at the University of Arizona. Students on the campus of the university. Construction workers building new brick buildings in Tucson. This is constrasted with view of a Mexican worker mixing clay and straw to make Adobe bricks. The man presses the mixture into forms to make large bricks or blocks. Mexican American children sit by the side and watch him work. 1930s era cars drive on the streets of Douglas Arizona. Mexican mariachi street musicians wearing sombreros play guitars and sing. A city parade (possibly in Phoenix) heads down a street with a marching band and men on horses. Women and children watch the parade. A rodeo event in Phoenix is shown with men on bucking broncos and bucking horses.
Four B-50 Superfortress, USAF Strategic Air Command (SAC) bombers, escorted by four straight wing F-84 thunderjets, flying immediately overhead. The B-50s belong to the 43rd Bomb Wing and display "circle K" tail codes. F-84s peel off to left and leave the formation. Desert terrain and mountains in background (probably in vicinity of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona).
Four B-50 Superfortress bombers, from the Strategic Air Command (SAC) 43rd Bomb Wing, at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona, flying in precise formation. They display Circle K tail letter code.
Crew members of a B-50 Superfortress,of the Strategic Air Command (SAC), 43rd Bomb Wing, at Davis-Monthan AFB,Tucson, Arizona, are lined up near left wing of the plane. Aircraft commander prepares to inspect crew members before flight. Three B-50s are lined up for flights. Lead B-50 takes off while others moving into takeoff positions. The B-50s display the 43rd Bomb Wing insignia on side of fuselage and tail code letter circle K.
The First Lady of the United States Eleanor Roosevelt arrives in Tucson, Arizona. An aircraft taxis after landing. Mrs. Roosevelt and others get off the aircraft. Mrs. Roosevelt smiles as she stands against the aircraft. A large number of people gathered around the aircraft.
Cleveland Indians train in Tucson Arizona. Team manager Al Lopez looks over his team. Six of them have returned back from the war, five from the Army and one from the Marine Corps. The players holding bats, salute. Players train and practice including Luke Easter, Bob Lemon, Mike Garcia, Al Rosen and Dale Mitchell. Spectators watch the training.