The National Voting Rights Act of 1965 is enacted into law in the United States. The exterior of the Capitol building. Cars parked along the sides of the street in front of the building. U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson addressing audience gathered in the Capitol. People seated on chairs. The President speaks about the voting rights act. People applauding. American civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr standing with the other officials and civil rights leaders such as Roy Wilkins, James Farmer, and John Lewis, as President Johnson signs the Voting Rights Act in the President's Chamber of the Capitol.
Exterior and interior views of the newly completed Astrodome in Houston Texas. Star topped column outside. Fans pack the stadium for an exhibition baseball game between the New York Yankees and the Houston Astros. View of the then-translucent ceiling of the dome shaped stadium. The centerfield scoreboard reads 'Tilt' as Mickey Mantle of the Yankees hits a home run. The Astros score the winning run. Views of the advanced new scoreboard displaying lighted animation of Texas bulls and fireworks. In Washington DC on April 12, 1965, U.S. President Lyndon Johnson throws out the first pitch at the opening day game between the Washington Senators and the Boston Red Sox. Players take pictures and home movies. The president shakes hands with Senators manager Gil Hodges and Red Sox manager Billy Herman. Johnson throws out first pitch, with Vice President Hubert Humphrey watching at left.
Plot to blow up U.S. landmarks is uncovered in New York on February 16, 1965. Targets to blow up American landmarks: The Statue of Liberty in New York, the Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, The Shrine of Liberty in Pennsylvania, and the Washington Monument in Washington DC. View of vacant lot near the Woodland apartments in New York City. Bomb squad men moving package of dynamite. Bomb squad truck moving through city streets. The plot was organized by Robert Steele Collier, Walter Augustus Bowe, and Khaleel Sultran Sayyed of Black Liberation Front (BLF) and also a Canadian women, Michelle Duclos, of a Quebec separatist party. Uncover police man Raymond Wood is seen getting an award for uncovering the plot.
The Sleek Ones: Auto Show Unveils What's To Come shows various latest models of cars being displayed at the 1965 International Automobile Show in New York City. A live Jaguar animal lays near a Jaguar car on display. A 1965 Griffith Series 200 on display, featuring a checker paint job. Cars from Rover, Bentley, Jaguar, Triumph, Austin Cooper, and other manufacturers are displayed. Cars with special features for movie productions are also displayed, including one with a rotating license plate and a signal light that opens to reveal a gun barrel. Rolls Royce from the film The Yellow Rolls Royce on display. A Cord 8/10 convertible vehicle on display.
United States Joint Chiefs of staff pose for formal portrait in Washington D.C., United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff seated at the table for a formal portrait. Officers seated at the table from the left; General Fred C. Weyand, United states Army, General David C. Jones. United States Air Force, General George S. Brown, United States Air force, Chairman Joint Chief of Staff Admiral James L. Holloway, United States Navy, General Robert E. Cushman, United states Marine Corps, Operations deputies stand in the background. Lieutenant General Donald H. Cowles, United States Army, Lieutenant Huyser, United States Air Force, Vice Admiral Train, United states Navy, Vice Admiral Tailey, United States Navy, Lieutenant General Beckington, United States Marine corps. United States Secretary of Defense, James R. Schlesinger, Deputy Secretary William P. Clements and Joint Chiefs of Staff at a conference table. Secretary Schlesinger smokes a pipe and speaks to General Brown. A man clicks a picture.
Inauguration of U.S. President Lyndon B Johnson in Washington DC. Federal Supreme Court Chief Justice administers the oath taking of Lyndon Johnson as the President of United States. His wife stands by him during the oath taking ceremony. Number of dignitaries and civilians gatheredï¿½during the ceremony at the U.S. Capitol in Washington DC.