This home movie captures scenes of children at Mt. Horem Baptist Church performing the resurrection story on Easter Sunday.
Using clips from commercially available films to narrate and punctuate the events captured in the home movies, this film from the Dennis Family collection chronicles a family trip and the activities of the children, especially with what appears to be a church youth group. Among the events caught on film are a trip to the […]
This home movie from captures scenes of the 1976 Timpson Schools PTA pageant and talent show, themed
This home movie captures scenes of the Freemans attending a formal tea and reception honoring individuals from the community in 1971. Speeches are made amongst dramatic and musical performances, then Dr. Freeman recognizes award recipients.
This home movie captures scenes of the Freeman family participating in Mt. Horem Baptist Church’s 1970 Christmas service. Footage of children performing a play depicting the Christmas story, the children’s choir singing, and gifts being distributed during the service are included.
This home movie captures scenes of Steve Gomez at the Lost Maples State Natural Area in the Edwards Plateau of Central Texas. Gomez captures images of the scenic landscape and natural wildlife of the area. Scenes of two girls filming a skit in a television studio are also included.
This home movie captures scenes of members of El Paso’s Cruz family on a trip to Tucson with the high school marching band where they watch men reenact frontier life in a recreated street from the Old West at Old Tucson theme park. Old Tucson was built in 1939 for the movie
This home movie captures scenes from two performances made by African-American sororities and fraternities at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches. In the first segment, sorority sisters perform a song and step routine for the crowd. In the second segment, fraternity brothers show off their step dancing moves. The performers in the second group […]
This home movie captures scenes from a trio of step-dancing performances made by African-American fraternities and sororities at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches. The performers in the first group are from the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, the first black, intercollegiate Greek fraternity in the nation.