A home movie of a Wilmette family’s trip to the Morton Arboretum and an amusement park.
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B&W home movie of a west coast vacation. Includes footage of Muir Woods National Monument, scenes of San Francisco bay shot from boat and plane rides and railroad footage of mountainous west coast landscapes.
This home movie, filmed by San Antonio resident Wade R. Bedell, Sr., captures Central Texas in the springtime. Footage includes fields along rural highways blanketed in bluebonnets, Congress Avenue in Austin, and the Texas State Capitol Building. These films are part of the collection courtesy of native Galvestonian and current Austin resident Richard Eisenhour, who
This home movie from the Coltman Collection captures scenes from Peter and Felicity’s honeymoon in and around Maputo, Mozambique. It features the couple swimming in the ocean, lying on the beach, taking boat tours and exploring the city. Footage includes ocean views, sailing, fishing, docks and harbors, hippopotamuses in the water, and architectural points of
This home movie from the Alton Collection documents the family’s newly completed home, located on North Conway in Mission, Texas.
This home movie from the 1970s captures Timpson High School students messing around on campus, happily climbing trees and playing games of Twister.
This home movie from the 1970s captures a young woman named Peggy Greer, a Timpson native, dancing at Ouida Whitaker Dean’s home in Nat, a small community outside of Nacogdoches. The house, then in the framing stage of construction, provides a stage for Greer to show off her moves while others saw wood and build
This home movie from the 1940s captures scenes of a Wells family day at the lake, likely Moss Lake near Gainesville. The family spends time on the porch of their lake house, where Margie and Harris Peyton Wells play with a dog, then play a lively game of poker. Later, the couples travel to a
This home movie from Texas oilman E.B. Hopkins captures scenes of a family vacation to Miami, Florida in 1925. The family visits citrus groves, visits a Seminole tribe, meets a chimpanzee, and spends a good amount of time in downtown Miami and on the bayfront. The family also visits the Venetian Pool in Coral Gables
This home movie from March of 1961 captures scenes of the Jung family’s trip to Dallas and New Orleans. Footage includes shots of the iconic Statler Hilton Hotel, later renamed the Dallas Grand Hotel, and the flagship Neiman Marcus store. In New Orleans, the family visits St. Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square, and Canal Street and