Home movies documenting a visit to San Francisco and Florida, and perhaps other areas, in the late 1940s-early 1950s.
Home movies presumably shot by a Detroit, Michigan family showing children, babies, backyard action, adults, children and baby posing with automobile parked on street. A sequence towards the end of the film shows postal workers posing outside a U.S. Post Office facility, probably located on Baltimore St. in Detroit, by the railroad tracks.
Home movies shot in and around the home of a Detroit, Michigan family, probably during World War II.
Backyard activities and a drive down Detroit-area freeways.
Home Movies: Can 11259: Trip from Detroit to Beaver, Pennsylvania and Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan
Home movies (ca. late 1950s) from a Detroit, Michigan family shot on a trip from Detroit, Michigan to the Beaver, Pennsylvania area to attend a funeral. The end of the film shows a visit to Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan.
Home Movies: Can 11246: Trip to San Francisco, Republican National Convention 1956, and Western U.S.
Home movies shot by a Michigan delegate to the 1956 Republican National Convention in San Francisco. Includes scenes of the city of San Francisco, Marin County and Mill Valley Air Force Station, and travel through the Interior West. A long sequence shows delegates at the Republican Convention, probably including dignitaries of the time, and long […]
Home movies shot at the parade celebrating the city of Detroit, Michigan’s 200th anniversary, 1951. Begins with brief shot of the boxer Joe Louis riding in convertible, and pictures many marching bands, associations, groups and thematic floats.