[HOME MOVIES — BROOKS, RICHARD. 01 / GEORGE AND IRA GERSHWIN; BASEBALL GAME WITH SATCHEL PAIGE PITCHING; TENNIS AND MORE / CA. 1936 – 1948]
This color film depicts families and friends eating, drinking and lounging at home.
This is a color home movie of four adults being playful and lounging at home at what appears to be a Christmas party. There is drinking, smoking and light dancing. At one point a man puts on sunglasses and imitates Ray Charles.
This color film depicts an African American family preparing for and enjoying a cookout. Film begins with preparation of the grill and moves on to other stages such as cooking, eating and relaxing.
This 1962 home movie opens with some outdoor shots and then transitions to a group of young girls dancing inside a home. This is followed by a group of adults talking and drinking around a table at a small party. Highlights include a man in bed unsuccessfully trying to be woken from his slumber, two
This film is a compliation of many scenes from University of Kansas football games, focusing primarily on Gale Sayers, otherwise known as “The Kansas Comet.”
This home movie opens with shots of swimmers wading in the shores of Lake Michigan. It then transitions to a scenic drive through Chicago neighorhoods, including a drivers POV down Martin Luher King Boulevard in the Bronzeville neighborhood. Establishments featured include the Regal Cinema, Vito’s Super Mart, Essex Motel and Church of Divine Guidance.
This black and white film depicts a family trip to New York. Includes African American families lounging, fishing, and swimming near a body of water. Additional footage depicts an old woman and a young woman strolling arm in arm, children playing and a man hanging laundry. There are brief street scenes in front of the
This film is a compilation of many scenes from University of Kansas football games, focusing primarily on Gale Sayers, otherwise known as “The Kansas Comet.”