Veterans of World War I in Zanesville, Ohio, march toward Washington DC to lay their demands before Congress. They demand for settlements on the adjusted compensation for ex-servicemen of the world war They take food. Large crowd gathers. Convoy carrying veterans moves toward Washington DC.
Cars move on a flooded street in Zanesville, Ohio. Trees, houses, shops and various other buildings submerged in water. An overturned truck in water. Water flows at a great speed under a bridge.
Depicts services of the mission church in the southern appalachians led by Lutheran missionary Kenneth G. Killinger. Map depicting growth of churches in southern Virginia and northern Tennessee and North Carolina, also the Konnarock Training School, and the Iron Mountain Boys' School. View of Killinger driving on mountain roads, into a more rural area, crossing a primitive footbridge and visiting a sick girl in a rural mountain home of Smyth County. He offers to take her to his health clinic since no doctors are local. He carries the girl out to the 1930s sedan that is waiting. View of the girl being carried into the clinic, (possibly located in Smyth County on the Killinger farm in the Mill Stone area, north of Attaway. Possibly the nurse standing by is Ms. M.L. Crosby). The girl smiling in bed in the clinic. Image of a $100 bank check drawn on the First National Bank of Zanesville Ohio. It is made out to the Killinger Mountain Clinic Fund and signed by The Luther League Synod of Ohio.
Wheat farm and field in Ohio United States. Men work in wheat farm. A woman and children view produce at road-side stand. Heaps of harvested crops in field. A man and children look at carved pumpkin jack o'lanterns. Dairy farm and cattle grazing in the field. Horsemen bring prize horses from stable. Men with horses walk in field. Men working in pottery manufacturing unit. Potter's wheel and clay pot is seen and porcelain tableware manufacturing in East Liverpool, Zanesville, and Cambridge. Woman checks the pile of plates while man paints plates by hand. Two boys stand on stairs outside a wooden house. Busy streets of Toledo. Men work in glass factory. Man blows glass and molds the glass in different shapes by blowing glass. View of Akron. A man and women working in rubber factory. Huge rubber tires and tubes are seen.
Spectators watch as Charles A. Lindbergh and his wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, arrive by car at the Newark, New Jersey airport, where they are to try out a new Lockheed Model 8A Sirius ( Altair ) airplane, the first model equipped with retractable landing gear. Mrs.Lindbergh climbs into the rear cockpit and closes her canopy. Colonel Lindbergh converses with a Lockheed official as he climbs into the front cockpit. The aircraft taxis out and takes off. (Note: This is not the Lindberghs' airplane. This aircraft displays "NR-119-W" on its tail. It was actually purchased by the U.S. Army Air Corps as USAAC Y1C-25, number 32-393, and was damaged beyond repair in a belly up landing accident at Wright Field, Ohio, in June, 1932.)
The 1932 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois. New York Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt with his daughter Anna Roosevelt and granddaughter Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Dall (sometimes known as Sistie) outside a building circa 1930. Roosevelt holds a cane while leaning against a column and plays with his grandson using the cane. People gather in the convention hall for the 1932 Democratic National Convention. Roosevelt addresses them, speaking of the need to "break foolish traditions" and "to win in this crusade to restore America to its own people." The people applaud.