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[HOME MOVIES — CONDEE, NEWCOMB. 01 / LIONS CLUB CONVENTION IN SAN FRANCISCO; INGLEWOOD BANK DELEGATION; GRAF ZEPPELIN AND MORE / CA. 1926 – 1929]

[HOME MOVIES — CONDEE, NEWCOMB. 01 / LIONS CLUB CONVENTION IN SAN FRANCISCO; INGLEWOOD BANK DELEGATION; GRAF ZEPPELIN AND MORE / CA. 1926 – 1929]

England–Robert N. Lupfer–home movies. Reel 22

This reel contains amateur footage and two purchased reels. 1. Amateur footage;England: Harrow on the Hill train station. Street, women walk, toddler in stroller. Town views including hotel exterior. Village views, stone houses. Garden views. Gothic church ruin;Stone houses and wall, (Airedale dog). Thatched houses. Dark view of garden, brick walk, roses. Large stone church,

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The J.R. Nelson, Jr. Collection, no. 14 – Family Footage

This multi-reel home movie from the Nelson family chronicles the building of the house, baby Laura and family at home, and assorted footage from a summer, including a trip to the airport, a stage play, and a workday at the office.

Tales of a Bahr (2013)

This student film, made by Sharon Bahr, uses archival footage from the Texas Archive of the Moving Image, paired with an audio interview, to document her parents

The Ramon Galindo Collection, no. 21 – Airplane Rides and Snow in Austin (1963-64)

This intertitled home movie captures scenes of Austin from an airplane in 1963-64 and an unusual snowfall in Austin in 1964. The Galindo family paid $1 to go up in an airplane and fly over Austin. The family took two trips that were filmed in this home movie–one in 1963 and one in 1964. Later

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The Richard Eisenhour Collection, no. 9 – Springtime in Central Texas (c. 1960)

This home movie, filmed by San Antonio resident Wade R. Bedell, Sr., captures Central Texas in the springtime. Footage includes fields along rural highways blanketed in bluebonnets, Congress Avenue in Austin, and the Texas State Capitol Building. These films are part of the collection courtesy of native Galvestonian and current Austin resident Richard Eisenhour, who

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The Richard Eisenhour Collection, no. 1 – Galveston (c. 1940)

This home movie, filmed by an unknown Galveston family, captures scenes of life on the island. While much of the reel is of the family and children, footage also includes construction of a home and building the docks and boat shelters in the harbor near Fort Point. These films are part of the collection courtesy

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The Orris D. Brown Collection, no. 1 – Dallas Centennial Exposition, A Holiday on Treasure Island (1936, 1937)

This home movie from the Orris Brown Collection captures scenes of the Texas Centennial Exposition at the Texas State Fair Grounds in Dallas in 1936. It was the first world’s fair south of the Mason-Dixon Line. At a cost of $25,000,000, the central exposition was built, occupying fifty buildings, including The Hall of Negro Life,

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The Ouida Whitaker Dean Collection, no. 22 – Dancing in Nat

This home movie from the 1970s captures a young woman named Peggy Greer, a Timpson native, dancing at Ouida Whitaker Dean’s home in Nat, a small community outside of Nacogdoches. The house, then in the framing stage of construction, provides a stage for Greer to show off her moves while others saw wood and build

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The Graham Collection – Ascarate Park and Oil Drilling

This home movie from the 1960s captures the Graham family’s visits to Ascarate Park in El Paso, as well as several birthday and holiday celebrations. At the park, family members engage in all sorts of recreational activities, from water skiing to fishing to camping. Later in the footage, individuals test the ground with explosives and

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