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[Home Movies: Medicus collection: New York World’s Fair, 1939-40] (Reel 2): Medicus, Phillip

Medicus collection, Prelinger Archives

>4:00:47:29 – 04:02:39:24 color silent 1939-40;Can marked: “Electrical, Industrial, Food and State Buildings, night scenes;Electrical section, Industrial & Food Buildings intro.;World’s Fair flag raised & waving in wind- Trylon & Perisphere symbols. VS EXT: Administration building of Fair. TD from American flag to two men talking outdoors. (President of World’s Fair Grover Whalen & unident. […]

[Home movies. James David Zellerbach. Elysian Farms Horseback Riding]: Zellerbach, James David

California Audiovisual Preservation Project, The Bancroft Library, The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, University of California,

Between the mid-1920s and 1963, James David Zellerbach (1892-1963), an avid home movie maker, filmed numerous home movies of the Zellerbach family, founders of the Zellerbach Paper Company. The films document the family’s life in San Francisco and include a good deal of footage of the San Francisco landscape. Also documented in the films are […]

[Home Movies: Christmas in Vallejo, 1930-1943]

Prelinger Archives

Filmed in Vallejo, California. Some good shots to log.;Scenes from 1930, 1936, 1939-40, 1943;One sequence showing familiy visiting Golden Gate International Exposition, 1939 – 1940, focusing primarily on family members;Nice upper-middle-class picnic scene;Title: “Xmas 1943” over shot of woman reading Vallejo Times-Herald with headling: “3000 Planes Smash France/ Steel Workers Strike at Midnight

The Frick 70s Collection, no. 3 – Life of the Christmas Tree 1

Texas Archive Of The Moving Image, The Frick 70s Collection, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

This home movie from the Frick Collection captures the family at home in the Houston area, complete with puppies and a caged raccoon. The film concludes with footage of Linda and company looking for and cutting down their Christmas tree. The Frick Collection was donated to TAMI by John Frick and includes home movies of […]