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Some good shots to be logged.;The Old Pine Tree” enclosed by fence;Nebraska State Capitol;Views of city from Capitol observation floor;VS automobile burning in middle of street, possibly Lincoln, Nebraska;sign: “Entering Badlands National Monument, U.S. Dept. of Interior, National Park Service;VS Badlands;VS Mount Rushmore, South Dakota;VS sculptors on scaffolds working on Mt. Rushmore faces;sign: “Trespassing Forbidden […]
This home movie contains footage from an Alaskan hunting trip with intertitles describing different locations and events. Also included are shots of Harper and hunting companions field dressing a bear after a hunt.
Viewing Notes Fishing. Men paddling canoe. Barn. Women in field. Men posing. Pan of potato field. Coast. Fishing. Men make fire on shore for picnic. Fishing. Snowmobiling.
The Earl & Vera Fridley collection includes home movies documenting three generations of the Fridley family as they vacation, celebrate special events, and go about everyday life. The films date from the early 1940s through the 1980s. This film stars 7-year-old Berin playing around his house, having an acorn fight, and dressing up as a […]
This home movie captures scenes of a parade in the Mitchell family
Ann+Margot 1929+1930 Donor notes: “Mary, Peggy, Whiskers + others on lawn [C.H.] + baseball in meadow April 7, 1929; Ann- outdoors posing for “pro” photograph + having a bath [Weston} April 17, 1930; Ann outdoors [Weston] Nov. 2, 1930; Ann + Margot indoors + out [Weston] Jan 10-11, 1931″; Bemis daughter Ann was born July […]
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 […]
Totem pole, flowers, replica of old fort, bridge over a bay, elderly women standing, pans of a city, waterfront with steep slopes covered with pine trees, dam, “City of Tacoma” signs;driving POV, visiting timber industry site with small home;outdoor advertising, 2 nice billboards: Hi Ho crackers “All Out for Finer Flavor” and “Next Time Go […]