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A Day in the Life of a United States Senator (1958)
Television documentary capturing a typical day on Capitol Hill for Senator Ralph Yarborough of Texas
Annual Message to the Congress on the State of the Union, January 8, 1964
News footage of President Lyndon Johnson delivering his first State of the Union address on January 8th 1...
Bastrop: The First 175 Years (2007)
Promotional film providing a brief review of the history of Bastrop from Spanish settlement to today, as ...
Bell Family, 1954 North Carolina
Home movie footage of the Bells visiting family in North Carolina and touring the Blue Ridge Parkway
Bell Family, 1962-65 Walter's 14th, 15th, 16th Birthdays
Home movie footage of reflection on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy as reported in local n...
Brownsville from 1846... (1996)
Film depicting the history of Brownsville since 1846, from the Mexican American War to the city’s foundin...
Civil Rights Demonstration in Austin (1963)
News footage of NAACP pro-integration demonstration and IWCC pro-segregation counter-demonstration
Dancy Street (1975)
Narrative student film about a hippie commune and the youth subculture of the 1960s and 1970s
Duck and Cover (1951)
Government film made by the Federal Civil Defense Administration in 1951 teaches children what to do in t...
Face the Nation with Lyndon B. Johnson (1959)
1959 episode of the news program Face Off, featuring then Senate Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson
Freedom Highway (1956)
American travelogue film sponsored by Dallas-based Greyhound Bus Lines in 1956
Friend or Foe?
Cold War-era industrial film about the importance of air defense, featuring the 94th Fighter Squadron
Galveston: The Gilded Age of the Golden Isle (1977)
PBS documentary about the history of the economic and cultural development of Galveston Island
Let’s Face It (1955)
Government film made by the Federal Civil Defense Administration in 1955 to explain the destruction cause...
Mexican Americans - An Historic Profile
Film tracing the history of Mexican Americans and their culture
Mondo Texas by Jim Conrad
A short documentary that takes the viewer on an entertaining and irreverent tour of the Dallas region.
News Parade of the Year 1949
Newsreel chronicling the year’s major news stories, including the first nonstop around the world trip
Progress Report Austin: The Legends of Austin (1961)
Episode from a 1960s television series that chronicles important figures in the founding and development ...
Sam Houston and Texas: A Giant Man for a Giant Land (1986)
American Lifestyle episode focusing on one of Texas’s most prominent historical figures
San Antonio Under Six Flags
Educational film touring the historic sites of San Antonio’s past
Target Austin
Cold War propaganda film produced by Austin’s KTBC that presents the scenario of a nuclear missile strike...
Texas in Review - Liendo (1958)
Clip from "Texas in Review" episode presenting a history and tour Liendo Plantation
Texas: The Bonnie Blue Flag, Part I (1973)
Educational film about the history of Texas leading up to and during the Civil War
Texas: The Bonnie Blue Flag, Part II (1973)
Educational film about the history of Texas leading up to and during the Civil War
Texas: The Tejanos, Part II (1975)
Educational film about the history of native Texans between the Spanish colonial era and the Civil War
The Avena-Wilson Collection, no. 8 - MAYO in Del Rio (1969)
Home movie scenes of a demonstration organized by Chicano organization MAYO in Del Rio, Texas in March of...
The Democratic Faith: The Johnson Years
Edited film, narrated by Gregory Peck, that gives an overview of the Lyndon Baines Johnson presidency
The History of the Southern District of Texas - The Brownsville Division (2002)
History of the Southern District of Texas, one of four U.S. Federal District Courts in the state, of whic...
The Jeoffroy Collection - Selma to Montgomery March (1965)
Home movie footage of the third protest march from Selma to Montgomery during the 1960s American Civil Ri...
The Johnsons of Johnson City (1962)
KPRC-TV reporter Ray Miller visits the LBJ Ranch in Stonewall to chat with Vice President Lyndon B. Johns...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips January 18 - 29, 1966
KHOU news clips from January 1966, including news segments about the Mossler-Powers trial and the last ri...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, April 1963
KHOU news clips from April 1963, including interviews with Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona and Texas S...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, April 24 - 29, 1968
KHOU news clips from April 1968, including segments capturing third-party presidential candidate George W...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, April 3-10, 1968
KHOU news clips from April 1968, including segments about the Model Cities Program and local reactions to...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, February 15 - March 6, 1968
KHOU news clips from February and March 1968, including segments about liquor by the drink legislation an...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, February 15 - 27, 1963
KHOU news clips from January 1963, including press conferences with US Attorney General Robert Kennedy an...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, February 26 - March 6, 1968
KHOU news clips from February and March 1968, including an interview with Dale Evans and an update on the...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, June 1-9, 1969
KHOU news clips from June 1969, including segments about a Muhammad Ali appellate hearing and the opening...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, March 1969
KHOU-TV news clips from March 1969, including segments about civil rights demonstrations at the Universit...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, March 1966
KHOU news clips from March 1966, including segments about the Apollo 1 flight crew and Supreme Court Just...
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