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Clips of Austin on November 25, 1963
On Monday, November 25, 1963, the day of President John F. Kennedy's funeral, Austin cameraman Gordon Wil...
Elissa: A Crown for a Queen (1986)
PBS documentary tracing the monumental efforts of the Galveston Historical Foundation to restore the sail...
Oil Today, Power Tomorrow (1950)
Industrial film describing how oil is drilled and then turned into power
Passage to Galveston: The Story of Elissa (1994)
Short documentary chronicling the history and restoration of the sailing ship and tourist attraction
Special Release: President Assassinated (1963)
Special release newsreel immediately following JFK’s assassination
The Cecil Camp Family Collection, no. 1 - Dealey Plaza and JFK Assassination News Coverage (196
Home movie scenes of Dealey Plaza after President Kennedy’s assassination and the family tv during a broa...
The H.R. Ketchum Film Collection, no. 5 - Trip to Galveston
Home movie of the Ketchum family’s visit to Galveston as well as scenes from their home in Tulsa
The Jon Montgomery Collection - Austin Memorial and March for Martin Luther King, Jr. (1968)
Home movie scenes of a memorial service and march held in Austin upon the assassination of Martin Luther ...
The President, April 1968
One film of a series that depicts the life, activities, and duties carried out by President Lyndon B. Joh...
The President, June 1968
This film, produced by The White House Naval Photographic Unit, presents the activities of President John...
The Stroud Collection - Texan Theatre, no. 14 - Fishing Trip
Footage of a fishing trip in the Gulf of Mexico
The Stroud Collection - Texan Theatre, no. 12 - Trip to New Orleans
Footage of a Texan family’s vacation to New Orleans
Thomas F. Freeman Collection, no. 23 - Men’s Texas Gulf Excursion (1970)
Home movie scenes of the men of the Freeman family taking a boat excursion on the Texas Gulf
Yount-Manion Films - U.S. Frigate Constitution Visits Beaumont (1932)
Home movie scenes of U.S. Frigate Constitution visiting Beaumont during the early 1930s
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