Captured in this home movie from the Hunt Family Collection is a trip to Mexico City, highlights of which include the Diego Rivera home, the floating gardens of Xochimilco, and a bullfight.
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Beginning at a seemingly sparse airfield in El Paso, this footage from the Ernest M. Hunt Family Film Collection, provides a glimpse into a trip by the family that included visiting Fort Bliss for a military review of mounted cavalry, playing golf, and horseback riding. Particularly noteworthy sections of this film include rodeo events, aerial
[0:00:00] David Taylor-Balls, Chairman, and Colin Cracknell, committee member, talk about the history and nature of Bures and District Agricultural Club since its formation in 1943 [0:41:50] Ploughing (or furrow drawing) match and produce show [0:43:20] Vintage tractors ploughing [0:49:45] Threshing machine [0:50:10] Stationary engines [0:51:00] Ploughing with horses [0:53: 15] Modern tractors ploughing [0:54:55]
Emmaus Boys Camp, Wesco, Mo., 1934
People play and relax on the beach, probably in Hawaii. Morris Frieder and his girls wearing flowered leis aboard a boat.;00:00:47 Pan of a large garden in the Philippines, probably in Baguio City (see Tape 2957 at 00:02:56 for film of the same location when the girls are younger). Peggy and a younger girl (likely
VS, high angle, woman in an overcoat walking down street, man in U.S. Army uniform holding a box, walking down street. Two separate shots of the woman walking. Cut to VS, pan of sky and clouds, for a brief moment a small plane is visible, flying low. Plane on an airstrip, the man in Army
Prewar footage (home movies) of the Katz family in 1929.;Kovno street scenes. VAR CUs of Katz family strolling along Laisves al., showing Dita’s mother Liola, grandfather, brother, uncle, and grandmother. 01:00:34 MS EXT of the grandfather’s wholesale trade store – C. KACAS – on Presidento gatve. Here, the family sold typewriters, sewing machines, and bicycles.
Reel 2.;Brief pan of Budapest (gray, repeated in Story 1451). Intertitle: Humenne — My Home Town, A Typical Slovakia Village. Trains, people board and deboard. Train station. Boy on peasant cart with cows and a wagon in the main square of Humenne. People gathered in the town square for market days (on Mondays and Fridays).