On the work of boys and girls in NYA centers in Rhode Island and Connecticut after the hurricane of September 1938. Reel 1, youths perform their normal work at the Kingston and Providence (R.I.) Centers and at the New Haven (Conn.) Center. Shows hurricane damage at New London and Norwich (Conn.) and at Providence. Personages: A. W. Williams, Gov. R. E. Quinn. Reel 2 shows damage at Norwich, Hartford, and New London, Conn, and at West Warwick, Charlestown, and Narragansett, R.I. Men and boys fight flood waters, clear debris, and repair damage. Boys return to their normal jobs. Mrs. Roosevelt and Sen. T.F. Green visit the Kingston Center.
National Archives Identifier: 37245
Local Identifier: 119.24
Creator(s): Office for Emergency Management. War Manpower Commission. Bureau of Training. National Youth Administration. (09/17/1942 - 01/01/1944) (Most Recent)
From: Series : Motion Picture Films, compiled ca. 1937 - 1942
* Record Group 119: Records of the National Youth Administration, 1934 - 1945
* Item Type(s) of Archival Materials: Moving Images
This item was produced or created: 1938
The creator compiled or maintained the series between: ca. 1937 - 1942
General Note(s): Subject summary is available.
Use Restriction(s): Undetermined
Sound Type: Silent
Accession Number(s): 354
Contributors to Authorship and/or Production of the Archival Material(s):
* Federal Security Agency. National Youth Administration. (07/01/1939 - 09/17/1942), Producer