Full title reads: "Boston, USA. 'No more war'. Allies reunite again at vast 12th annual convention of the American Legion."
Boston, Massachusetts United States of America (USA).
Top views of large convention centre filled with members of the American Legion - an organisation for Veterans...
Nice shots of the eclipse over the East Coast of the USA - a good map shows the 'Path of Totality'.
Eisenhower speaks at US war veterans meeting followed by parade through Boston.
President Coolidge, Senators and Governors are filmed casting their votes in Presidential election won by Herbert Hoover.
President Hoover watches parade of war veterans, Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America.
Funeral for former American President Calvin Coolidge.
Documentary film about the 1930s, mainly about life in depression and gangster hit America.
Diary of events in 1932 in the United States of America - Franklin Roosevelt becomes the President.
President Hoover meets up with old University friends - they were all American footballers.
Firemen at work on a fire in very cold weather.
Tribute to late American President Calvin Coolidge.
American President Hoover is given extra security when he visits Cleveland.
Former American President Herbert C Hoover being photographed on his 84th birthday.
Former President Hoover dedicates his library on his 88th Birthday in Iowa.
Kennedy goes to look after the health of his new son who was born prematurely.
Harry Truman's Presidential library is opened in Independence, Missouri.
Amateur Boxing Championships from Boston in Massachusetts.
Delegates - including former US President Hoover, address World Food Conference.
General George Marshall receives an American Legion Distinguished Service medal.
Funeral ceremony for former American President Herbert Hoover.
Former American President Hoover calls for non-intervention in Europe's troubles.
Pole vault, high jump and 1,000 yards running from American athletics event.
Service of memorial for John F Kennedy held in Boston Cathedral.
President Hoover gives a speech and Scouts tend to American war graves.
Former US President Truman defends himself against charges of employing a Communist spy.