United States wheat harvested for Allied Forces. A horse cart pulls wheat harvester on dirt road in wheat fields at Walla Walla, Washington. Farmer seated on the harvester.
Girls demonstrate a new canvas undressing room at Walla Walla in Washington. The girls get in their swimsuits inside the mobile undressing room.
Wheat harvesting in Wala Wala, Washington. A wheat field. A farmer harvesting his wheat field. Mules pulling up a harvester. A combine harvester in operation.
A Ford promotional film for employees to encourage employee suggestions. Views of a suggestion box hanging on the wall,a Ford car driven at highway,captions on the box and workers dropping suggestions in the box. The company newspaper editions and Suggestion Payments headline on the bulletin board and an employee sitting at a desk and reading the newspaper editions. Same man working with drafts. Sequence shows current machine workings, submission of suggestion by employee, and then same process using revised methodology. People dropping suggestions in the box. Workers engage in assembling new Ford cars. Hoods being affixed. The new Ford car visible on the road. A family gets in the new car and drives away. Two men working on drafts and discussing. Aerial views of Ford River Rouge plant. Smoke rising from the chimneys of the plant. Caption of Ford logo visible at the end.
A large crowd of the Democratic Party faithful, in formal dress, gather for a Victory Dinner, in the Willard Hotel, Washington, DC, to celebrate Franklin D. Roosevelt's reelection in 1937. An orchestra plays "Happy Days Are Here Again." The President stands at a table (with a man assisting him) as Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt is escorted to his side. A battery of news photographers take their pictures. Mrs. Roosevelt speaks to President Roosevelt and then leaves. Scene shifts to banquet hall with guests seated at a long table, surrounded by others at round tables. The orchestra plays smooth dinner music. Waiters move among the guests. Reelected President Roosevelt chats with his Vice President, John Nance Garner, seated to his left.
View of the U.S. National Archives Building, March 1936. in Washington, DC. Fortunately the city escaped damage from the great Potomac River flood. Next scenes cover damage caused due to a flood in Ohio, United States in January 1937. View of a weather vane in stiff winds. The level of the Ohio river rises. The flooded tributaries of the river. A map locates the flood affected areas. It depicts the high and low pressure areas. Map depicts heavy rains continuing for 20 days from January 6 to January 26, totaling 16 to 20 inches in the affected area.