This footage captures several takes of a scene from a fiction student film, Hollow Rock Mountain. The film was made in 1976 by students from Timpson High School, shot at various locations around Timpson and Shelby County.
This home movie from the 1970s captures Timpson High School students messing around on campus, happily climbing trees and playing games of Twister.
This home movie from 1977 captures scenes from Timpson High School in East Texas. Some students paint a large picture of bear, the school’s mascot, while others congregate in the hallways, dancing and singing.
This home movie from captures scenes of the 1976 Timpson Schools PTA pageant and talent show, themed
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 from 1970 features scenes of a birthday party for two Gonzalez women. They blow out the candles, pass around the cake, and dance happily for the remainder of the night.
This home movie captures scenes of the donor, Cristela Gonzalez, celebrating her quincea
This home movie captures scenes of Cristela Gonzalez
This home movie captures scenes of Cristela Gonzalez’s 8th grade graduation at St. Joseph’s Church in Houston’s 6th Ward. After a serious ceremony at the church, the kids cut loose at the Gonzalez residence with plenty of dancing.
This home movie captures scenes of a 1950s Valentine’s Day party in DeKalb, Texas. A Valentine’s Day king and queen are crowned and young people play some parlor games.