Eleanor Roosevelt visits women of Ferry Command and the ATS in the rain.
Soundtrack is currently missing for this item.
Titles read: "MRS ROOSEVELT SEES FOR HERSELF".
Somewhere in Britain.
Various shots of Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of US President Franklin D Roosevelt, visiting an Air Transport Auxiliary Station. She chats to and shakes hands with women pilots and mechanics of Ferry Command at their aircraft machines in the rain, then makes a speech to them in a dim aircraft hangar.
Mrs Roosevelt then moves on to an ATS training centre to meet women of the Mechanical Transport Section and watch them driving army trucks along a road, also in the pouring rain. Mrs Roosevelt stands under her umbrella.
A copy of this item, including soundtrack, can be found in the item with the same title MRS ROOSEVELT SEES FOR HERSELF in the UN 729 G on Pathe Master tape *PM1857* - Film ID 1857.05.