Snow covered cities in the United States. Skyscrapers and snow covered streets in New York City. In several cities deep layers of snow covers the ground. Pedestrians walk on snow covered roads. Cars buried under snow. Two men try to remove snow from a car. Views of the White House, the Washington Monument and the Capitol Building. A United States flag on the Capitol building. Automobiles destroyed due to accidents.EXP
Men speaking in the presentation of the power plant. They talk about security of environment and other issues related to the plant. Model of the plant show color scheme. Map of United States showing location of power plant at Haddam Neck, Connecticut. People riding in chairlifts and sliding in snow. A man milking cow. Teacher and students in a classroom. People playing musical instruments. Lighting runway of a airport. A helicopter taking off in front of a building with sign 'Sikorsky Aircraft, Division' of United Aircraft Corporation.
Water flowing over a long leveled stone under a covered bridge. A house with lot of greenery on its outer side. Boats in a harbor. Lighted sections in a building. Electrical towers and Power transmission and supply lines. Outdoor barbecue grilling of chicken and meat and its serving. View of a city at night. Leslie Franzos (from The Atom and Eve) singing in front of a white film projector. She is surrounded by electric appliances like refrigerator, cooking range, air conditioner, hot plate and other appliances and she dances around them wearing flowing 1960s fashions. A baby plays with toys. Animation of atomic structure. End of the presentation of Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power Company.
American people in the 1966 elections choose governors, senators and congressman. Governor Romney wins the elections in Michigan. He smiles after his victory. Charles Percy wins in Illinois. Edward Brooke wins elections in Massachusetts as the first Negro Senator ever in the U.S. history. Governor Rockefeller wins for his third term as the governor of New York. Actor Ronald Reagan after winning elections in California addresses an assembly. Mrs Lurleen Wallace after winning the elections of Alabama waves towards people along with her husband, former Governor Wallace. Oath taking of new senators and governors at an official ceremony as President Lyndon Johnson watches.
Significant events and happenings in the year 1966. Seven nation summit conference on Vietnam in Manila. Pope Paul meets with the Archbishop of Canterbury in Rome. Wedding of the year in which President Lyndon Johnson's daughter, Luci Baines Johnson weds Patrick Nugent. Rescue workers take out victims of floods and land slides in various parts of world. American people cast their votes in the elections.
From a U.S. Department of Agriculture documentary . A lone negro man resides in a dilapidated house surrounded by other rundown outbuildings on the grounds of the Forks of Cypress plantation and farm, in Florence Alabama, (Lauderdale County), United States. A dilapidated shack house on an abandoned plantation or farm. A lone negro man emerges from the house. He walks up to a bell, cleans it, and rings it. View of old main Greek Revival Forks of Cypress house built in 1830 for James Jackson. View of the west elevation of the house and the smokehouse is seen behind and to the side of the main house, and a clothes line with clothes on it beside the smokehouse. Chickens walk on the porch of the house, past its tall colonnade of 24 ionic columns. A cock and chickens outside the house. The elderly negro man looks around, mumbling to himself, walks back towards the other house, enters and closes the doors behind him. (Note: The house burned completely in a 1966 fire).