Santa Rosa Roundup PRCA Rodeo in Vernon, Texas. Participants of Santa Rosa Roundup PRCA Rodeo, parade. Spectators watch the rodeo. A horse rider on horse back, comes out from chute and performs on ground. The performer falls on the ground. Cattle come out from chute and their riders perform. A bull rider falls down.
A female Air Force service member walks up to a IBM Card Sorter with a stack of punch cards. She loads the card sorting machine and presses the start button. Early computing punch cards fall into various slots. She transcribes information from these cards and hands forms to officer at a desk. Sergeant sitting at desk, talks to an Airman. View of U.S. Capitol building and Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC. Tourists look at Lincoln statue in LIncoln Memorial. View of National Mall and reflecting pool. Man takes picture of woman with Washington Monument in the background. View of the Jefferson Memorial, and then across the river in Arlington Virginia, a view of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. Airman stands in front of church. Close up views of 1953 license plates on cars from various states including California, Wyoming, Iowa, Texas, Tennessee, and the Canal Zone. View of various embassy buildings in Washington DC. View of the White House. Large crowd of visitors walk down the North entrance drive in front of the White House. U.S. military servicemen riding in a bus. Bus stops at drop off area in front of Mount Vernon, home of George Washington, in Alexandria, Virginia. Sign board reads "Mount Vernon Home of George Washington." Service members touring on grounds of Mount Vernon, and exterior views of front of main house at Mount Vernon, with service members seated on chair on porch, and looking out at the scenic Potomac River from the porch. View of information center building at Bolling Air Force Base, and a woman inside giving information on sight-seeing to service members. Military service members standing outside the entrance at the base of the Washington Monument. Wide view of Supreme Court building. Another sign board reads "National Zoological Park" in front of the National Zoo. Tourists view a giraffe inside the Washington Zoo. 1950s car drives through shallow water cascading over road in Rock Creek Parkway area. Elevated view of a parade in Washington DC as military units pass in review.
Scenes along the Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, in Northern Virginia, near Washington,DC. Sign at section of the highway, reads: "South Fort Hunt." Automobile seen driving along the parkway that runs 15 miles from the Arlington Memorial Bridge to Mount Vernon. Views of the Potomac River which the highway parallels. Several cars in a parking area along the parkway, where sightseers enjoy the view. Sign warning drivers to slow as they approach George Washington's home at Mount Vernon. Visitors at the entrance to Mount Vernon. View of Mount Vernon mansion from the lawn on the Potomac River side. Scene shifts to Rock Creek Park in Maryland with views of the Rock Creek. Automobiles driving through the park. Views of Water falls,ducks, and an old mill with waterwheel turning. A car drives across the creek through several inches of water at a ford. An automobile approaching the Connecticut Avenue bridge over the parkway. Views of the Lincoln Memorial at Memorial Bridge.
Eagle rank Boy Scouts representing the 12 regions of the Boy Scouts of America visit the Pentagon building in Arlington County, Virginia, during Boy Scout Week 1949. The interiors of the office of U.S. Army Brigadier General Vernon E Prichard. Boy Scouts arrive in the office and meet Brigadier General Prichard. A wall map in the background. Brigadier General Prichard speaks to the boys. The Vice Chief of Staff General Joseph Lawton Collins, talking to the boys in his office. The 12 Boy Scout representatives are: Alan Fritts of Troop 11 in Mankato, Minnesota; Andrew L. Clement, senior patrol leader of Troop 2 in Raleigh, North Carolina; George Barron of Troop 17 in Franklin, Virginia; Daniel Abbott of Senior Outfit 16, in Newtonville, Massachusetts; James Roswurm of Troop 31 in Huron, Ohio; Charles S. Wilson of Troop 3, in Bristol Tennessee; H. Cumings Johnson of Senior Outfit 230 in Traverse City, Michigan; Joseph L. Cox of Troop 98 in Trenton, Missouri; Howard M. Williams of Explorer Post 345 in Houston, Texas; James C. Vincent of Sea Scout Ship 232 in Brookings, Oregon; James E. Gill of Air Scout Squadron 234 in Berkeley, California; L. Drury Cathers of Troop 22 in Gouverneur, New York.
Homecoming 1958 college football game played at Rice Stadium in Houston, Texas. The Rice Owls host the U.S. Army cadets from Westpoint. Scenes from the game. Rice Quarterback Alvin Hartman connects key passes to Buddy Dial. Also scenes with Army Quarterback Joe Caldwell throwing to Bill Carpenter (known as the "Lonesome End"), and later to halfback Bob Anderson. During the game, 69,000 home fans at Rice Stadium cheer while watching the action. After blocking a Rice field goal attempt on the 9 yard line, Army scores on a touchdown pass to Pete Dawkins (later the Heisman Trophy winner that year) in the final minute to win over the Rice Owls 14-7.
Newly appointed President of United States Lyndon Johnson in a file television interview as the then Vice President at his ranch in Texas. He talks about his achievements in public life over the years. He speaks about how as a Senator he worked for the many causes including construction of a dam over the Colorado River, Civil Rights Bills, and his role in the Johnson-McCormack act in 1958. He also talks about his contribution to various ongoing projects like equal employment,man on moon program.