A 16mm silent, black and white film (a) with original metal film reel (b) and original metal film can (c) featuring footage taken in Oklahoma during the middle and late 1920s by Solomon Sir Jones, the seventh in a collection of nine films. On the outside of the metal can are handwritten inscriptions on three
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Date from edge code on film. // Can label: ‘DC-3 Air Flite to New England Expo and Show. Fish [Puma] Black Bear.’ Viewing Notes: Northeast Airlines DC 3 landing at a snowy airport. View out window of plane on takeoff with snowy landscape. New England Expo shows pool where people and seals swim, log balancing
Viewing Notes Harbor. Snowy woods and houses. Man pushing power snow shovel. Downtown Boston. Rural yard. Boston Harbor. Rural snow scene. Slow pan of snowy trees and street. Family watching horse. Cat. Toddler. Men building boat outside mobile home. Family with baby goat. Man shoveling dirt and using tiller. Women. Horse pulling cart. Deer strung
Viewing Notes NHF cataloguer’s notes, 1/96 (donor’s notes in quotes; reel numbers are NHF-assigned): Reel 4: ‘1944, 45, 46, 47, 48. Janice 1st year.’ Woman and child in snow. Easter. Hits from past. (01:34:59). Man building fence. Child watching. (39:44). At a fair? Riding in toy car ride. (39:44). Carousel. Airplanes. Ferris Wheel. (40:11). Man
This home movie from the Coltman Collection captures the family’s trip to the Six Flags over Texas in Arlington. Highlights include a dolphin show, the carousel, and train and boat rides. There is also footage of I35.
This home movie captures scenes of the Easterwood children riding bikes in their rural neighborhood with visiting family before taking them to the airport. The family and their visitors arrive at the airport, English Field, where they pose for pictures, the guests board the plane, and the Easterwoods watch the flight take off. The terminal
This home movie captures scenes of the Burtons throughout the 1930s and early 40s at work, on vacation, and at home. Notable footage includes a sandstorm in Andrews, Texas, a trip to the Texas Centennial Exposition at the World’s Fair in Dallas, and a scrap metal drive for the war effort in Freeport in 1943.