0:00 Camera pans across building in Washington DC.
0:27 Camera does a walk-up to the White House.
1:48 Shot of business entrance to the White House.
2:05 Groups of tourists walk by camera, going to view the White House.
2:48 Some people leave work at the White House. In background, camera man talks to another camera man (?) about working for the Wh ite House Press.
6:12 Camera points out “George Bush for President” bumper sticker on a car. “Well, what else would you expect?” says the cameraman.
6:38 Same street outside White House on a rainy day.
7:18 A small number of tourists gather outside the White House in spite of the rain. People try to videotape the president while the cameraman asks expectantly.
9:20 Camera man talks to a man videotaping the White House about whether he’s tried to make news with his camera. The man says no.
10:15 Shots of Washington Monument, pan to White House gates and spectators waiting, pan to White House
10:46 Shots of Treasury Dept. Building.
12:10 Camera man gets on the move towards a gate that he says was laid down to give the illusion of going through a fence to the White House. He walks along the fenced perimeter of the White House property.
13:19 Camera man arrives at new gates, security guard moves him along.
13:45 Cameraman zooms in on a girl skating a round, listening to earphones, by the White House property. She skates by. He follows her skating to the parking lot.
14:55 Cameraman waits for business-like looking man with special pass to ask questions to. The man confirms that he works at the White House then refuses to say, “Welcome to the 90’s.”
16:27 Girl on skates passes by again, no longer wearing headphones. She says “Welcome to the 90’s” for the camera. She talks about her skating route, how she doesn’t know what the 90s will bring. She talks about skating around the area, then skates away.
18:35 More shots of the Treasury.
19:15 More shots of the White House through the bars.
20:13 Shots of a stand across the street from the White House: “Wanted: Wisdom and Honesty.”