This home movie documents The University of Texas at El Paso 1989 homecoming parade.
This home movie scenes of hot air balloons in the El Paso desert in the late 1970s. In the film, Philip Bursley and their friends prepare the balloons for their journey and then take flight. One person skydives out of the balloon.
This home movie from 1975 captures scenes of students and community members in the stands at a women’s basketball game at Timpson High School in East Texas. Rather than the game, the film focuses on the lively spectators as they hang out with friends and react to the game.
This home movie features silent footage shot by Philip Bursley of hot air balloons, airplanes, and helicopters flying over and landing in El Paso in the late 1970s. The airport seen in the footage is the Horizon Airport, formerly known as the West Texas Airport, in Horizon City. In the film, skydivers prepare hot air […]
This home movie captures scenes of the second annual Sun Carnival parade and Sun Bowl in El Paso on January 1, 1937. Floats, marching bands, and military corps parade through downtown El Paso, many carrying pageant queens, including the Sun Queen. Following are scenes of the Sun Bowl, in this early year still played at […]
This home movie captures scenes of multiple skydivers parachuting into the El Paso desert in the late 1970s. In the film, skydivers prepare their gear and make their landings into the drop zone. At the conclusion of the footage, Philip Bursley films the El Paso mountainside from the plane.
This home movie captures scenes of a University of Texas at El Paso staff picnic, the Ruiz family camping, and the UTEP Miners playing basketball versus the University of New Mexico Lobos in Albuquerque in 1978. The cheerleaders perform cheers and stunts while the basketball teams warm up.
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.