This home movie from the 1950s captures footage of the Raney family on their ranch in Clarendon. With snow on the ground, members bundle up in the cold to feed ponies, sheep, and pigs.
This home movie footage captures scenes of family gatherings from the 1950s. The family rides horses, practices roping cattle, and plays around riding a donkey. Also included is footage of a newborn horse with its mother.
This home movie captures scenes of town life in the 1950s, including parades, picnics, family gatherings, and passersby of the family’s gas station.
This home movie captures scenes of a St. Patrick’s Day square dance in Clarendon in 1956. Numerous dances and couples are captured, as well as children taking the floor when the adults sit down for a break.
This home movie captures scenes of a Halloween Square dance in 1959, including shots of festively dressed guests dancing and relaxing. The film also includes footage of a child riding a donkey, the aftermath of a snow storm, an Easter Egg hunt, and a birthday party, which also included square dancing.
This home movie captures scenes of a 1950s high school rodeo in Clarendon. The film includes footage of the contestants lining up, followed by bucking broncos, calf roping, and bull riding events. The film also features parades in the center of town and footage of the Raney family at their ranch.
This home movie captures footage of family life on a ranch in 1950s Texas. The film focuses on the family’s interactions with their animals, including riding horses and ponies, playing with dogs and a donkey, and attempting to ride the family goats. There is also footage of the horses and cows on the ranch walking […]
This 1950s home movie captures scenes of the Raney family members riding ponies on their ranch in Clarendon. The film also includes footage of a young boy chasing lambs.