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Margaret Siegal Weiss (the donor, age 12) and her father Morris (42) spent six weeks visiting family in Zborow from July to August 1936.;02:08 Title: “Main Street – The Broadway and Boulevard of Zborov” Road leading to Zborow (shot by Nathan Okun, also from Zborow – he is the man in the white hat). Pedestrians,
Shot in and around Oakland, California in the 1930s by an unidentified family. Shows passenger railroad trains in and around Oakland, Oakland Airport, family activities around Lake Merritt, and a trip in a small plane, probably from Oakland Airport.
Home movies shot at YMCA camp, Michigan, 1952-54.
Possibly a kindergarten scene. Four little girls, posing for the camera, then running about happily. An infant is being placed into its carriage, CUs. Another baby. A few mothers with carriages gathered on a sidewalk. Children play. They begin raking sand or dirt of some kind.;01:01:08 Kids play, boys in lederhosen with hoops and sticks,
This home movie captures scenes of a Kelly family wedding ceremony and reception held in a church in 1952. The bride and groom light candles and exchange vows at the altar, the bride in a light blue wedding dress, then cut the cake at the reception.
This film contains footage of Headlee Field in West Texas shot by Raiford Harold (R.H.) Burton from 1953-1954. The footage captures scenes of drilling equipment, operating rigs, and oil teams working for Burton Geophysical Company at the oil field. The Headlee oil discovery is in Ector County, Texas, about 5 miles outside of Odessa, Texas
train yard (B&W), family, birthday
A Catholic procession for St. Stephen’s Day travels through Pest, the urban district of Budapest that lay east of the Danube River. An arrangement of troops stand at attention as the procession passes through an open square. The celebration probably takes place on August 20 when a case containing the relics of St. Stephen?s right