Baseball game between Granada Hills from California and Startford from UK. View of game, crowd cheering. Californians take over Startford with a score of 2-1.
Little League Baseball Series in Williamsport Pennsylvania. Crowd in the stand cheers. Season's round-robin finale in progress. The Monterey Mexico team wins over the La Mesa California team as Monterey pitcher Angel Macias has a good game.
1951 Little League Baseball World Series in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Andy Wasil and his team from Stamford, Connecticut and the team from Austin, Texas comes on ground to play. Supporters of both the teams cheer the players. Both teams play baseball game to win Little League Championship. Stamford, Connecticut wins the match against team of Austin, Texas with a score of 3-0. Andy Wasil kisses a girl.
Views of various projects depicting man's creative engineering skills across the United States, including: The Indian Serpent Mounts, Ohio; Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Headquarters, Connecticut; Mackinac Bridge, Michigan; Green Bank Radio Astronomy Antenna, West Virginia; Tanker "Manhattan" in the Northwest Passage; Chicago's Marina Towers, Illinois; NASA launch complex 39, Florida with a rocket in place; Watts tower, California; John Hancock Building, Illinois; Washington Monument; Dworshak Dam while under construction, Idaho; Newport Bridge, Rhode Island; U.S. Steel building, Pennsylvania; Mt. Glory Arch Bridge under construction in Wyoming; Johnson Wax Headquarters building, Wisconsin; Boeing 747 Factory Building Complex, Seattle Washington; A model of the proposed New Orleans Super Dome in Louisiana; Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel; Dulles International Airport, Virginia; Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minnesota; Westinghouse Headquarters building, Pennsylvania; Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, New Mexico; Gulf Life Tower, Florida; Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, Wisconsin; a paddle style River boat on the Ohio River; an artist depiction of the under construction Mobile River Highway Tunnel, Alabama; the Westinghouse Desalinization Plant, Florida; Model of master plan for the city of Gary, Indiana; Gulf Oil's "Big Brutus" crane at work on a dig site (The 160-foot tall coal shovel known as the 1850-B was designed and built by Bucyrus-Erie in Hallowell Kansas, for the Pittsburg & Midway, or P&M Coal Mining Company. It is the only one of its kind ever built. The mining company was purchased by Gulf Oil in 1963, and subsequently went under The Chevron Mining umbrella); Knights of Columbus headquarters building, Connecticut.
On Independence Day in 1963, Vice President Lyndon Johnson addresses a crowd outside Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He asks all Americans to step forward with responsible leadership so as to "implement in our national lives the ideals of our national literature." He says that every American has the capability to answer the needs of the moment. "Some say now, some say never, let us all say together" The audience claps in appreciation as photographers click pictures.
Damage caused due to flooding of Potomac River near Williamsport, Maryland. Houses and buildings submerged in water. Destroyed buildings. Remains of a segment of a trestle bridge across the Potomac River at Point Of Rocks Maryland, with flood waters all around. Ticker tape warning of the flood is shown running throw a persons hands. Warnings issued by the weather bureau for the people. Members of the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) and others build a sandbag barrier to protect Federal buildings against the impending flood. View of the sandbags being put in place and the Washington Monument in the background. View of high flood waters at Great Falls and along other spots on the Potomac River carrying debris including houses and sheds. A trestle bridge over the water. Several people standing on the bridge as flood waters rip a support from the bridge and water is nearly overtaking the bridge. View on March 19 near the time the water crested at 19 and eight tenths feet at the site of the old Aqueduct Bridge or Aquaduct Bridge (near Key Bridge and Fletchers Boathouse) Industrial buildings flooded on the shores of the Potomac River.