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Captured in this home movie from the Hunt Family Collection is a trip to Mexico City, highlights of which include the Diego Rivera home, the floating gardens of Xochimilco, and a bullfight.
This home movie captures scenes of the Lamar and Dixie returning home from a cross-country road trip, happily crossing the Texas border and arriving in Abilene. Scenes follow of the Moore’s neighborhood and home, notably capturing images of a miniature oil derrick in the front yard adorned with the Moore name and house number.
Destroyed homes and buildings filmed from a moving vehicle, probably in France in summer 1944. Small children stand by the road, while adults rummage through the rubble for their possessions. More pans of the devastation and ruins of buildings
Color home movie footage of the 1939 New York World’s Fair, including the NTG Congress of Beauty and Sun Worshipers Colony, and of a burlesque performance at Billy Rose’s Diamond Horseshoe in New York.
Footage of a parade of people in mid-to-late 19th century American period dress, including men and women riding horses, oxen pulling carts, horses and carriages, vintage automobiles and a penny-farthing, a bicycle with a large front wheel intercut with men on a podium addressing the surrounding crowd. Footage of men and women in period dress […]
The Barstow family’s “Dream Trip” through the Western United States, 1967.