Description: Outtakes from an interview with Erwin Canham, editor of the Christian Science Monitor. He talks about the atomic stalemate between the United States and the Soviet Union. He credits each country's second-strike capability with preserving the peace. He mentions the Vietnam War.
Collection: WHDH
Date Created: 1967
Description: Presidential candidate Jimmy Carter enters North End Post 144, Veterans of Foreign Wars hall, shakes hands. A man introduces Carter; he also points out local politicians in attendance. Carter addresses a small crowd. He calls himself a 'Washington outsider' and appeals to them as same. Carter takes questions from the audience. He lays out his plans for national defense. He talks about the nuclear positions of the United States and the Soviet Union. Exteriors of the VFW.
Collection: Ten O'Clock News
Date Created: 02/17/1976
Description: Regina Maris ship. Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg unveils JFK sculpture model. Michael Dukakis and William Bulger pose for picture with the statue. Soviet ambassador Yuri Dubynin give speech at Kennedy Library on nuclear weapons control; Jerome Wiesner, McGeorge Bundy, Ted Sorenson, Edward Kennedy. Christian Science Twitchells story. Steven Pierce on revenue in the State House chambers. Massachusetts National Guard building. Illegal immigrant raid at Suffolk Downs. Justice Department seal. Excerpts from Charles Stark Draper films, including lecture, "Theory of Inertial Guidance" from 1961, "The Airplane at Play" from 1931, with audio from a 1976 lecture, and 1976 dedication ceremony in Technology Square.
Collection: Ten O'Clock News
Date Created: 04/01/1988