Tag Archives: birds

[Philip W. Hussey–home movies] Reel 6, Accession 2523

Man works on trailer hitch. Men gather around outside of a storefront with ads in windows, smoke cigars, work together to move a sailboat out of a storefront door, put the boat onto the wooden trailer. Man tips hat to camera. Men working on a small bridge. View of large wooden building structure. View of

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[Alexander Forbes—home movies] Reel 11, Accession 2533

Can notes: “Labrador 1935 Reel 2 Dr. Forbes” Intertitle: “LABRADOR, 1935- PART 11[sic]; Intertitle: From the camp at Nachvak Lake. Late afternoon sunlight.” Views of very tall rocky mountains rising from the lake.; Intertitle: “Over the Torngat Mts. from Nachvak Lake to Port Burwell.; Views of a waterfall falling over a mountain cliff edge to

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Workman Family, Home and Birds

The materials donated by Richard Workman depict the years when he and his brothers, Gerald Jr. and Sam M. (“Mack”), were growing up in Beeville, TX with their parents Gerald M. and Mary McCarty Workman. The films present everyday play scenes, family gatherings, parties, and trips to Mathis, Corpus Christi, and the San Antonio Zoo.

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The Ramon Galindo Collection, no. 12 – Release of Racing Pigeons

This home movie from the Ramon Galindo Collection captures the release of racing pigeons at the start of a race between Austin and Dallas. Also featured are skyline and aerial shots of Austin.

A. M. Harper, Birds in Coastal Habitat

This short home movie from the A.M. Harper collection takes a look at characteristic Gulf Coast beach and grassland habitat and some of the shore birds and waterfowl that reside or migrate through it, including the endangered Whooping Crane.

The Coltman Collection, no. 5 – Corpus Christi and Austin, 1968

This home movie reel from the Coltman Collection captures the family enjoying a vacation in Corpus Christi, swimming and cooking hot dogs on the beach. It also includes footage of the family back in Austin, swimming at Barton Springs and taking in fall foliage.