Filmed by Texas-native Marcellus Hartman while serving in Vietnam, this footage captures daily life at Camp Evans. Included are shots of one of the base dogs, an injured soldier being carried to a helicopter, fire on the ground, and soldiers being presented with medals. The Marcellus Hartman Collection consists of over 300 Super 8 films
(b/w) Amphibious landing drill at Martha’s Vineyard (1943). U.S. soldiers stand on a beach and load a small artillery piece and a jeep onto an amphibious transport. The jeep hood is marked with a star, and the transport is marked LCV68. The transport takes off. Another boat marked LCV92 comes to shore and soldiers step
CU, military man with glasses in front of a curtained window inside a building (could this be the cameraman?). 01:27:04 The nurses of the 51st Field Hospital salute, tents in BG. They march in formation with an American flag. Some nurses are decorated with medals
This home movie depicts scenes from a formal awards banquet held at the Rice Hotel in Houston, Texas.
This home movie from captures scenes of the 1976 Timpson Schools PTA pageant and talent show, themed
This home movie documents a TSU Homecoming parade where marching bands, drill teams, and floats representing TSU organizations make their way down the Houston streets. Footage of a banquet where Dr. Freeman presents awards is also included.
This home movie documents Barbara Jordan delivering the keynote address at Texas Southern University’s 1970 Honors Day convocation. Choir performances, speakers, and dinner make up the remainder of the ceremony as awards are bestowed on honorees. Honors Day is an annual event at TSU that rewards academic excellence and acknowledges students who received various awards
This home movie captures scenes of various celebrations at Gomez Baptist Church in the rural Panhandle town of Brownfield. Couples dress up for a Valentine’s Day banquet, children wear costumes and play games for Halloween, and the young women at the church take part in a pageant. Also included are scenes of a potluck dinner
This home movie captures scenes of the Freemans attending an Anniversary Tea in 1975. There are several musical performances, including Carter’s band, a vocal ensemble, and a singer with piano accompaniment. Later footage includes Dr. Freeman recovering in a hospital room after what appears to be a broken bone in his left hand and scenes
This home movie captures scenes of the Freemans attending an Anniversary Tea in 1970. A brass band performs, speeches are given, and trophies are awarded to recipients.