This home movie captures scenes of the Battle family road tripping across the south to Florida. With an Air Stream in tow, they visit Silver Springs, the Castillo de San Marcos, a theme park called “Jungle Land” and, of course, the beach.
This home movie from the Coltman Collection captures the family’s trip to the Six Flags over Texas in Arlington. Highlights include a dolphin show, the carousel, and train and boat rides. There is also footage of I35.
This home movie captures scenes of the Cruz family spending the day at Western Playland amusement park in Sunland Park, NM, a neighboring town of El Paso, as part of the Head Start Program. The young children in the program enjoy riding the carousel, park train, teacups, and other kiddie rides. The Head Start Program […]
This home movie captures scenes of the Coltman family visiting the original Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington. The family rides in canoes, on log rides and roller coasters, and sees a dolphin water show.
This home movie captures scenes of the Battle family on vacation in Florida in the late 1970s. The family first goes to the Daytona Speedway to take in some car races, then goes to Disney World where they go on rides and see a parade.
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
The Porter Click Family, no. 2 – Cherryblossoms, Party at Johnson Family Housing Annex in Japan (1968)
This home movie captures scenes of a going away party at Iruma Air Base in Sayama, Saitama, Japan, for Click family member Harriet “Louann” Dunno Neely and her husband Billy, who was in the Air Force, as they return to the United States. The going away party takes place at the Johnson Housing Annex on […]
In this home movie, the Mitchell Family is shown on vacation, traveling to the historical site of Adobe Walls Battle Ground, Turkey Track Ranch, Taos Pueblo in New Mexico, and various parts of Colorado in the early 1960s. Scenes of the family on Easter morning at their home are also included.