View of entrance to the Officers' Club at Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, DC. Sign reads "Officers' Open Mess." Several retired officers in civilian clothes emerge following a luncheon meeting. Scenes of the club, including a staff car parking at the curb; several women exiting; closeup of sign at doorway; and uniformed officers entering. View of the main gate entrance, from on the base, with cars entering and leaving. Closeup of the sign, reading "United States Air Force, Bolling Air Force Base."
Japanese man walks into a camera shop alongside Tall Fashions clothes shop. Stacks of photography films and camera are on display for sale. Cameras and Nikkor Camera lenses made by Japanese company Nikon are on display for sale. American man buys a camera from proprietor. American man takes pictures of the Japanese Pagoda sculpture (ca. 1600) beside the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C.; the Washington monument; The Lincoln Memorial; Capitol building and The White House.1964-65.
The 1964 season-opening baseball game at Griffith Stadium in Washington DC. Spectators and fans in the stadium. The seal of the President of the United States. U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson arrives to throw out the first pitch at the opening game of the season. Photographers take photos. President Johnson gives his autograph on a ball for a player. The players of the Washington Senators and the Los Angeles Angels play the baseball game. The President watches the game, as the Los Angeles Angels win 4 to 0.
View of Washington D C city. Proprietor of "Fuji art shoppe" in Washington DC, is interviewed by a Japanese man. Proprietor shows around the shop. Articles like plates,vase and other China crockery can be seen. Small gift houses and other gift items made by wood can also be seen. Movies like Gates of Hell,The Magnificent Seven,Ugetsu, Samurai, Rasho-Mon can be viewed in the cinema hall.1964-65
Woodward and Lothrop department store in Washington DC. Customers come in to the shop and check Japanese items like China plates and crockery by Noritake company. A saleswoman helps customers. Two American women take a look at a dinner set helped by a salesman. Women look at a model bed room furnished with light lamps and furniture like bed and side tables in the Japanese Shop. A light with Japanese shade hangs from ceiling.1964-65.
Japanese man walks on a busy market street in Washington, DC. Japanese man window shops at a bookstore. English translation of Japanese Books 'Artistry in Ink' written by Seiroku Noma and 'Snow Country' or 'Yukiguni', in Japanese, by Yasunari Kawabata are on display for sale. Japanese paintings with writing and prints and . Japanese man walks into 'S Kriger Anique shop' and is greeted by shop proprietor. Japanese antique statuettes, china plates, bowls and box are on display for sale in antique shop. Japanese man holds a Newsweek magazine titled 'The New Surge The New America'. Japanese man talks. Scenes from World trade fair. Japanese stall in group five displaying Skis by R K Mizuno of japan. 1964-65.