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.
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Color home movies of a Houston family visit to Bermuda, May 1-13, 1955.
Baby in carriage being fed milk, crawling on a blanket outdoors with mother and dog. Pan a small airport with people on runways, several planes parked, some near airport buildings.
Various single-engine, one-man military planes in camouflage taxiing and taking off from runway at small commercial airport. Many of the planes are of the same type.
Various military planes parked at small airport. Visitors and enthusiasts look them over, and several taxi onto runway and take off. Views of parked planes and others taxiing.
Views of many small private and recreational airplanes parked along runway at Edward F. Knapp State Airport in Barre, south of Montpelier, VT. Pans of the airport facilities, planes and runways. Group of men in suits stand facing camera, posing. Brief aerial views over valley and town, with gold dome of the state capitol in
Can Descriptions: Date from edge code on film – may be 1957 or 1963. // Box label: ‘Airport at Caribou. Reunion at Mothers.’ Viewing Notes: Single engine planes of various types taxiing and taking off from rural [Caribou?] airport. Maine Forest Service fuel tanks at airport. Shots of various children and adults as they play
October Thru February 1939-40; Donor notes on can: October thru February, 1939-40. Faith in October, Dec, 12, 1939 + Jan 19, 1940. Ann + Alice Jan 21, 1940 Ice + swimming in Maine Feb 17, 1940.; Donor notes in can: “Faith on lawn Oct 1939; Faith in nursery Dec. 12 1939; Faith + Ann +
My family’s history is inextricably linked with the history of Filipinas/os in Stockton, California. My maternal grandfather, Delfin Paderes Bohulano, immigrated to San Francisco from Kalibo, Aklan Province, Philippines in 1929 and worked all over the West Coast. During World War II, he met and married my grandmother Concepcion Moreno in Palompon, Leyte, when he
Reel 6 of the private motion pictures Eva Braun (Seized Enemy Records).;COLOR. Inside Eva Braun’s house at Wasserburgerstrasse 12 in Munich. Eva’s father Friedrich Braun tying string around trunk. Two men removing trunk and large duffel bag to truck. Eva walking towards camera with a film camera in her hands, which she’s winding. Eva on