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CONVICTS RIOTS (LNER)
Kentucky, United States of America (USA).
Various shots of the destruction in Kentucky State Prison. During the floods, the prisoners tried to escape and wrecked the prison. They were moved into heavily guarded tent camp. Various shots of the tent camp and the prisoners in it. Prisoners are seen walking around the camp, washing dishes, receiving food etc.
There is no mention of this item in the original paperwork for his issue. The story could belong to another issue.
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MARDI GRAS PARADE
New Orleans, United States of America (USA).
Various shots of the the Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans. Great procession of floats, people and children in fancy dress moving slowly through he crowded streets.
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AMERICA'S RADIATOR LOVER - MUTE
Excelsior Spring, United States of America (USA).
Close up shot of a hand showing a chain around the radiator. A woman speaking into camera. Closer shot of the woman. Was she chained to it????
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SITE FOR GOVERNMENT'S NEW AIRCRAFT FACTORY - MUTE
Various shots of a Mayor digging surrounded by crowds. He finishes digging and starts to read from papers. This is probably ceremonial start of building a new aircraft factory.
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PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SUPREME COURT FIGHT - MUTE
Washington, United States of America (USA).
American Supreme Court building, Washington D.C. An empty courtroom. Supreme Court Judges (one woman) seated in two rows with big white numbers on their fronts. Congress in session.
At the time, President Roosevelt fought to appoint up to six new Supreme Court judges who will be more helpful with new legislation.