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 3.;Marketplace in Humenne with tents and shops. The Klein family’s shop was located across from this market. Peasants from the local villages traveled to Humenne on Mondays and Fridays to sell their wares. Local policemen pose for the camera with one of the American relatives (in a dark suit and hat). Cousins stand before