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These silent, color home movies show the N.M. Alling Iron Works ship building in West Sacramento;Sacramento River and Delta boating, water skiing, duck hunting, and other recreation scenes.
container: “1941 Richmond, Virginia-Cape May 1941 / Richmond, Va. Memorial Day 1941 / Cape May July 4, 1941”;Int. tour bus / main street in downtown Richmond, Va. / interiors of tour buses (good) / POV of countryside from bus / POV over bridge / picnic / CU US flag being lowered / people getting on […]
Shot of a cover of a book that reads: Second Eclectic Reader. Shot of title page. Hands flip through the book and stop on a page. Close-up of text and a pointer pen follow words to “Mary’s Lamb”. Cuts to shot of a live baby lamb. Back to text. Shot of little girl “Mary” walking […]
Home movies of Ursula Griswold Bingham. A rare glimpse of life in Berkeley, travels to Yosemite and boating in Monterey, CA in the mid to late 1930s.
Mostly slow pans across various landscapes (including one canyon) and ends with a few shots of grazing buffalo. Petrified Forest, Grand Canyon, bison, antelope.
Compiled color home movies featuring scenes of Lupfer family travel in Quebec, Canada, and West Virginia, and of summer camp activities at Camp Kawanhee in Weld, Maine.
This film from the Wallace and Euna Pryor Collection captures footage of the parking lot fire that occurred at Willie Nelson’s Fourth of July Picnic in 1974, held at the Texas World Speedway near College Station. The exact cause of the fire is unknown; it destroyed twelve cars, one of which belonged to Texas songwriter […]
Add description when log sheet for 10540 is found.;Pan New York City / Manhattan skyline;tiles with letters rotate, form title: “Broadway at Night;VS nighttime neon signs, Manhattan, Times Square;marquee for Greta Garbo and John Barrymore in “Grand Hotel” (released in 1932);title: One Moment Please