WASHINGTON, DC, 1940: The United States Capitol in Washington, D.C., is the meeting place of the U.S. Congress, the legislature of the U.S. federal government.
United States: 1950s: Heat from hand makes train wheels move. Heat on model plane make propellers spin. Energy from sun powers model boat on water. Solar panel on a wooden post. Man insects electrical box on wooden post.
National Guardsmen arrive home by warplane and the Pentagon, the White House and the California State Capitol are shown, in 1981.
1963 - A meeting of the United States Atomic Energy Commission, an AEC inspector, the disposal of radioactive waste and the United States Capitol are shown.
An animation illustrates bonds, stocks and securities and the United States Capitol, the Federal Reserve Bank and various industries are shown as well as a dam, an office, a hospital and a bank.
A farm, Mount Rushmore, the United States Capitol, Niagara Falls, New York City and Times Square are all shown, in 1957.
A professor discusses state and federal involvement with a proposal for a superhighway in the city council and the plans are taken to authorities in 1951.
The United States capitol, city streets, a grocery store, national brands, a union, newspapers, a church, a social security card, scientists, highways, airplanes and workers are shown in 1951.
City streets with pedestrians and a professor discussing state versus federal government in a city council is shown in 1951.
At a city council meeting, the idea of building a superhighway is discussed along with local versus federal governmental involvement in 1951.