This home movie from the 1970s captures scenes of a day in the life of Ouida Whitaker Dean’s grand-nephew, Jeffrey Sullivan. After introducing himself, Sullivan shows us around his home in Nacogdoches, strolling through the crops and visiting the livestock. He also plays with his pets and hangs out with his family. This film charmingly […]
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 captures the Baylor family on a trip through East Texas, visiting the East Texas Indian Reservation Alabama-Coushatta and Tombigbee Lake Camping site in Livingston, and attending the Texas Prison Rodeo in Huntsville.
This home movie captures some of the spirit and events of Pan American College’s (now University of Texas – Pan American) Bronco Days, including shots of the pig chase and donkey race.
This home movie captures some of the Baylor family travels, including a trip to the Hill Country around Llano, the Zoological Gardens & Aquarium in San Antonio, and a visit to family in Houston.
This home movie captures scenes of Ross Sterling feeding an injured fawn, chickens, and hogs, possibly at the Chupadera Ranch. Later scenes are recorded from the passenger seat of a car that is chasing a Brahman bull.