This home movie captures scenes of cattle, cowboys, and ranch land, documenting a hunting trip taken by Sterling, Dolph Briscoe Sr., and several guests on the men
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This home movie captures scenes of a toddler playing on the grounds of the Ross Sterling Mansion, followed by the Sterling family taking a drive into town, likely La Porte, Texas. Scenes of the homes and streets in town are included.
The Porter Click Family, no. 2 – Cherryblossoms, Party at Johnson Family Housing Annex in Japan (1968)
This home movie captures scenes of a going away party at Iruma Air Base in Sayama, Saitama, Japan, for Click family member Harriet “Louann” Dunno Neely and her husband Billy, who was in the Air Force, as they return to the United States. The going away party takes place at the Johnson Housing Annex on
This home movie captures scenes of a 1950s high school rodeo in Clarendon. The film includes footage of the contestants lining up, followed by bucking broncos, calf roping, and bull riding events. The film also features parades in the center of town and footage of the Raney family at their ranch.
This home movie captures footage of family life on a ranch in 1950s Texas. The film focuses on the family’s interactions with their animals, including riding horses and ponies, playing with dogs and a donkey, and attempting to ride the family goats. There is also footage of the horses and cows on the ranch walking
This amateur film from Ramon Galindo is titled
This 1950s home movie captures scenes of the Raney family members riding ponies on their ranch in Clarendon. The film also includes footage of a young boy chasing lambs.
In this home movie from 1927, E.B. Hopkins travels to Maracay, Venezuela. While in and around the city, he visits the former plantation of Sim
In this 1950s home movie, members of the Hopkins family celebrate two birthday parties. In the first, Dani and his friends enjoy the 1920s-era attractions at what is most likely Kiddie Park in San Antonio. Established in 1925 and renovated in 2009, Kiddie Park is now the oldest children’s amusement park in the nation and