Can label: “Westfield River, April 1936. Kayaking scenes”; The Westfield River has been designated a National Wild & Scenic River, and has Class I-III rapids along its length. Alexander Forbes made 15 trips down the Westfield River between 1914 and 1932, and recorded the height of the water each year for 20 years. He published
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Box notes: ” 1934-Jan- canoeing white water; Model T Ford” Pans of a rushing river after a good storm. A boy and girl in raincoats stand on the bank and throw rocks into the water. A young man struggles to pull a canoe out of the water. The young man and girl drive off on
Box label: “Quaboag River, May 1935 Kayaking and canoeing, rapids.”; The Quaboag River is a whitewater Class III and features several named rapids.; Views of fast-running Quaboag River with a kayaker trying to make way through rough water past the camera. A canoe with two people working hard with paddles comes through the same white
This student film, made by Charlie Sanchez, uses archival footage from the Texas Archive of the Moving Image to explore the experience of growing up with family on both sides of the Texas-Mexico border. The film examines how the border divides two societies, but Sanchez, through the experience of getting to know his family in
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 Coltman Collection captures the family ice skating on a frozen Shoal Creek, a rare treat for Central Texans. It also shows the family swimming in the creek once it has thawed.
This home movie from the Coltman Collection captures the family as they travel to historic sites in San Antonio and around Texas. Footage features the Riverwalk, Alamo and Spanish Governor’s Palace in San Antonio, the Dallas skyline and Trinity River, Davy Crockett National Forest in East Texas and a walk in Pease Park along Lamar
This home movie captures scnes of the Coltman family on a trip to San Angelo, where they feed ducks, hike along the river, and play on a playground.
This home movie captures scenes of the Cummings family visiting the a dude ranch in the mountains of Colorado, Leavell Ranch, around the time that El Paso’s Leavell family purchased the ranch. The Cummings hunt, fish, camp, and enjoy the sites of the area, including rivers and forests, as they ride on horseback through the