Steel workers union on strike in Warren, Ohio. Workers outside the factory. They block the railway track. A train on the track. Employees stand on railway tracks. Aircraft in flight and lands at the factory. Employees unload material from aircraft and load it into a truck. Workers work on various machines in a factory.
Republican Vice Presidential nominee John Calvin Coolidge, Jr.and his wife, Grace Coolidge, arriving by automobile at the home of Presidential nominee, Warren G. Harding, in Marion, Ohio, United States. There is snow on the ground. They are greeted by Warren G. Harding, on the steps to his home. Visitors, wearing white identification tags, form a line on the porch to meet the candidates. The receiving line is headed by Warren Harding, followed by Grace Coolidge, Florence harding, and Calvin Coolidge. Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge converse on the porch, under American flag. Florence Harding and Grace Coolidge converse in front of the Harding house. Warren Harding shakes hands with William Jennings Bryan, who removes his hat. and then turns to enter the house.
Damage caused due to flood in Ohio Valley , United States. Newspaper headlines read: '80000 desert homes as Midwest streams rage to higher levels'. People engaged in the rescue and relief work. Men aboard small boats as they carry on rescue work in the steets of downtown Louisville Kentucky. Buildings along the flooded area. Flooded buildings in Evansville Indiana and Paducah Kentucky. Flooded farms and fields washed away. Marooned livestock atop a levy. A dog atop a car. A cat perched in a 2nd story window just atop flood waters. Aerial views of the flooded Ohio Valley heading toward the Mississippi River. View of the blasting of the so called "fuse plug" in the levy below Cairo Illinois (on the Missouri Side at the junction of the Ohio River and Mississippi River) to prevent the flood waters from destroying Cairo. An army of workmen building extensions on top of the levees near Cairo Illinois to protect it from the flood. Water lapping at the wall built by the workers.
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.
Damage caused by 1937 flood in the Ohio Valley area of the United States. A heavy loss of property due to a flood. Supplies being unloaded from trucks for the people. People being rescued from the areas affected by flood. Men aboard boats moving through buildings on the edge of the Ohio River that are submerged in water. Men moving a wooden casket. Destroyed houses and buildings in the areas. Flooded streets. A weather vane blowing briskly in wind. Narrator details how the weather bureau forecasts the weather and offers the information to help prevent losses from such disasters. Automatic typing machine records weather instrument readings. View of newspapers being printed at a printing press. A radio tower. People gather near injured flood victims. People lined up on the street to get supplies. Scenes of floodwaters below Memphis where flooding was effectively contained. Water rushing under the then new Bonnet Carre spillway of Lake Pontchartrain near New Orleans. Man opens a book published in Lisbon in 1605, now in the Library of Congress, written by Gabriel Lobo Lasso de la Vega, reporting on the exploration team of De Soto on leaf 300 of the book. De Soto's group, in 1543, reported on the flood they saw below current day Memphis, extending over 20 leagues of land, covering the tops of trees, but not overrunning the homes of the Native Americans who build shelter atop high poles. A view of submerged homes in the 1937 flood are shown as the narrator laments that more modern people did worse than the Native Americans.
Republican leaders Colonel Philip Francis Harvey, Charles E Hughes and President Herbert Hoover visit Senator Warren G Harding at his home in Marion,Ohio. Charles E Hughes and Senator Harding walk across a path. Colonel Harvey takes a stroll with Herbert Hoover. All the four Republicans confer on policies. Senator Harding holds a pipe as he has a discussion with President Hoover. The visitors climb into a car as they get ready to depart after the discussion.