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 from the Frick Collection captures the Frio Canyon in Uvalde County and includes Linda, and her dog, Sikis, playing and hiking along the river. Also included is footage taken from the car of the surrounding land and the Sabinal River. The Frick Collection was donated to TAMI by John Frick and includes
This home movie captures scenes of the Carl Easterwood family in 1957. This was the first film the family made with their 8mm camera, and it includes scenes of the Easterwood home and wheat farm, family vacation, a parade, and the family riding horses and in horse carts.
This home movie captures scenes of an architecture student of Peter Coltman
This home movie captures scenes of a parade in Edcouch, Texas where fire engines, men on horseback, floats, and citizens in costume parade through the streets. Scenes of the Bentsen family visiting the Edcouch Dam are also included.
This film presents a series of moving-image portraits as family members pose and ham for the camera in different locations including a field of blue bonnets, Lake Travis, and San Marcos. Also captured is John and Diane Baylor’s 1962 wedding.
Set against the desert mountain backdrop of West Texas and New Mexico, members of the Hunt family capture the events of their trip to the Southwest. Their journey through New Mexico takes them to Bonnells Ranch in Glencoe where they participate in a cattle round up, then onto Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Las Cruces where