People suffering from the Great Depression, and the campaign of New York Governor Franklin Roosevelt for U.S. President
United States USA Date:1932 Duration:2 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
The Great Depression in the United States. (Most scenes circa 1932, but produced in 1967). A woman hangs out clothes beside a water pump. View of slum and tenement homes beside railroad tracks. A sad-looking child. Unemployed and homeless men in a queue wait to get food in a soup kitchen line. Men sorting through trash among shacks and tenements. Americans converse and read newspapers. A campaign parade and men holding a large sign, "Abolish Bread Lines Vote For Roosevelt." The Governor of New York, Franklin D. Roosevelt speaks to a large crowd. He encourages people during the Great Depression. While seated in his open car, Roosevelt pets a horse that is beside the car. Roosevelt at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago accepting the nomination of his party for President.
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