This home movie captures scenes of life in Austin for Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson in 1943. Narrated by Lady Bird some years later, images include many University of Texas campus buildings, Lake Austin, Mansfield Dam, Lake Bucha, and Mt. Bonnell, as well as scenes of the Johnsons with their close friends. Scenes of LBJ
This home movie captures scenes of the University of Texas Centennial Celebration in 1983. Students, faculty, and staff gather on the main campus of UT where the Longhorn Band marches up the six pack to kick off the festivities. A formal ceremony follows where the university governance speaks, including university President Peter T. Flawn.
This home movie captures scenes of downtown Austin in 1965. While his cousin Chato Serrano was visiting Austin, donor Ramon Galindo filmed significant buildings and the skyline of Austin. Included are images of the University of Texas campus; downtown Austin as seen from the UT Tower; the Texas State Capitol Building from Congress Avenue; the
This home movie captures scenes from two performances made by African-American sororities and fraternities at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches. In the first segment, sorority sisters perform a song and step routine for the crowd. In the second segment, fraternity brothers show off their step dancing moves. The performers in the second group
This home movie captures scenes from a trio of step-dancing performances made by African-American fraternities and sororities at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches. The performers in the first group are from the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, the first black, intercollegiate Greek fraternity in the nation.
This home movie captures picturesque scenes of the Battle family on summer vacation in the 1950s. The family spends time at Williams Bay Beach on Lake Geneva in Wisconsin and other beautiful locales, capturing views of idyllic rural settings. Also included are images of a university campus and flower farm.
Home movies from the Bell clan offer a great look at family life in 1950s Gatesville. This footage follows the Bell’s as they visit family in North Carolina and tour the Blue Ridge Parkway
Home movies from the Bell clan offer a great look at family life in 1950s Gatesville. Included in this footage is a local Christmas parade with Santa Claus, a Laurel and Hardy parody with Morris Bell and W.R. Goodson entitled “Lamplights of Lampasas”, and looks at Mary Hardin-Baylor college and the construction of the Belton
Footage from a grandfather Jesse Bell’s 80th birthday, a family trip to the University of Texas at Austin, and a parade with Shriner clowns.