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Black and white and color amateur footage of the Katz family around Cambridge, MA, construction of the EMF store, family vacations around New England including Benson’s Wild Animal Farm, collecting aluminum for the war effort during WWII, parade, farming, fishing, cars, and people visiting a graveyard. Reel 65 contains views from a visit to a
Home movies shot by Abraham Katz including footage of the Centennial parade in Cambridge, MA, a vacation to Mexico, skiing in St. Johnsbury, VT, and Concord, NH.
Black and white and color amateur footage of the EMF store and a parade in Cambridge, MA, two boys playing baseball, experiments with trick photography and intertitled footage of “The Dedication of Edward Leo Zimmerman Square in Cambridge, Mass. Oct. 15, 1933.” Includes several assembled Amateur Cinema League logo titles.
Family and friends picnic on grass. People watch as a group of young boys in track uniforms race down the street. It is winter and a road is covered with snow. A woman and her son stand in the cold. A barn in a forest is on fire. The barn collapses as onlookers watch. People
From Logbook: Sunset on Moosleookmeguntic Lake, Rangeley.; Dr. & Mrs. Miller from Worcester. Charles Jr.; Sis, Carol, Peter & Kela in swimming at; Rockwood Villa on Mooselookmeguntic Lake. Larry; With grader on Jeep. Carol, Kela, Pete, Charles Jr.; Sis on wharf. Glads at Canton, Me. Gardens.; Peter in doll carriage parade at Rangeley. All Summer
The Dr. Henry Withers, M.D. and Frances Withers Family and Friends Collection, no. 5 – Trail Ride and Daily Life
This home movie gives a glimpse into everyday life of the Withers family. A light dusting of snow on the ground, preparation for a trail ride, play alongside shots of the family visiting the beach, riding horses at their ranch, fishing
This home movie provides a look into the lives of the Withers family as they carry on with their routines of work and play. Included amongst these images are cheerleaders practicing or at a small football game and trail riders headed to the Fat Stock Show in Houston. The bulk of the footage is of
This home movie captures scenes of a parade in the Mitchell family