This home movie captures scenes of children singing and displaying the American flag as part of a church program, likely at Mt. Horem Baptist Church in Houston.
Various scenes of the Freemans with friends and family in Virginia comprise this home movie, including men lowering a motorboat into the water, construction of a home, and children playing.
This home movie captures scenes of children at Mt. Horem Baptist Church performing the resurrection story on Easter Sunday.
This home movie depicts scenes from a formal awards banquet held at the Rice Hotel in Houston, Texas.
This home movie captures scenes of Thomas and Clarice Estell Freeman attending a cocktail party at a friend’s house.
This home movie captures scenes of a parade in the Mitchell family
This video, produced by TAMI, is composed of excerpts from an informal interview with Dr. Freeman voiced over a home movie from his film collection. As scenes play of Barbara Jordan receiving an honorary doctorate at Texas Southern University, Dr. Freeman describes how he met Jordan and his unique relationship with her that spanned several […]
This student film, made by Joey Arcidiacono, uses archival footage from the Texas Archive of the Moving Image to explore what it means to be a Texan. Arcidiacono discusses his early immersion in Texan culture, his rejection of it as a teenager, his move to California to escape Texas, and his eventual realization and acceptance […]