This home movie captures scenes of Fairbanks and Fort Wainwright, Alaska, taken by a Texas family stationed there. Included are snowy scenes of downtown Fairbanks, a dogsled race, and the military base.
This home movie from the Click family captures scenes of workers in San Antonio in factories and warehouses, driving trucks, taking smoke breaks, and making sausage. Most scenes are of Swift Meatpack Plant where Amelia
This home movie from El Paso’s D’Ascenzo family captures scenes of Vietnam. Soldiers watch as bombs are dropped from planes in the distance, then back at the barracks they play with an animated puppy.
This home movie footage includes soldiers throwing a football around, showing their comics, and heavy smoke in the background. The Marcellus Hartman Collection consists of over 300 Super 8 films made by Hartman, a Texan, while serving in the military in Vietnam in the early 1970s. The films document everyday life on his base, capturing […]
This home movie captures scenes of the Ewens as a young couple on several vacations from 1952-53. The visit France and Germany, New York City, Dallas, and the California Coast. Scenes of their first son, Billy, arriving home from the hospital are also included.
This film captures soldiers and Vietnamese women at the Freedom Hill Post Exchange at Da Nang.
In this film, Texan Marcellus Hartman captures Saigon streets from a moving vehicle.
Filmed by Texas-native Marcellus Hartman while serving in Vietnam, this footage of the Long Binh Post Exchange captures custom painted jeeps in the parking lot and people carrying out their business, including African-American soldiers greeting each other with a special handshake, called a dap.
Filmed by Texas-native Marcellus Hartman while serving in Vietnam, this footage of the 24th Evacuation Hospital in Long Binh includes people working, a soldier in civilian clothing buying lunch, as well as socks and boots lined up outside. The Marcellus Hartman Collection consists of over 300 Super 8 films made by Hartman, a Texan, while […]
Filmed by Texas-native Marcellus Hartman while serving in Vietnam, this footage captures typhoon-damaged structures at Camp Evans.