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The H.R. Ketchum Film Collection, no. 2 - Arkansas Air National Guard and Parade

Laura Ketchum

Silent | 1920s

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  •  A pilot in the Arkansas Air National Guard demonstrates how to properly put on the uniforms and equipment 
  •  Mechanics tend to planes on the airfield 
  •  Members of the Ketchum family pose with flags in front of their house in Tulsa 
  •  Other relatives enjoy the backyard slide 
  •  A father poses with his daughter on her wedding day 
  •  Parade in Tulsa 
 
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This home movie from the 1920s captures scenes of Galveston’s Ketchum family in Arkansas and Oklahoma. The first portion of footage captures members of the Arkansas Air National Guard at an airfield in Fort Smith. A pilot dances for the camera and demonstrates how to don the proper flight attire while mechanics repair various planes on the airfield. The second portion of footage shows members of the Ketchum family at their home and at a parade in Tulsa.