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Ammunition Smuggling on the Mexican Border (1914)
1914 silent film recreating the capture of arms smugglers during the Mexican Revolution
Aqua Fest Boat Parade (1972)
B-roll footage of floats that were included in Austin’s 1972 Aqua Fest
Bell Family, Wind Turbine
Home movie footage of a modern wind turbine
Now That the Dinosaurs are Gone (1974)
A film advocating the use of nuclear power as a solution to the world's growing energy needs.
R.H. Burton Geophysics Films (1931-1953)
Compilation footage of oil fields shot by Raiford Harold (R.H.) Burton from 1931-1953
R.H. Burton Geophysics Films (1953-54)
Footage of Headlee Field in West Texas shot by R.H. Burton
The Arthur J. Higgins Texas Films Collection, no. 15 - Pettus, 1938
Itinerant film scenes of the school and its students in Pettus, Texas, 1938
The Clyde Ray Davis Family Films
Home movie scenes of a family Christmas, images from a moving car during a trip, and brief clips of the A...
The E.B. Hopkins Collection, no. 12 - Trip to Europe (1929)
Home movie from 1929 capturing a family vacation to Holland and France
The Ernest M. Hunt Family Film Collection, no. 6 - Rancho Feliz, 1944
Home movie scenes of life on E.M. Hunt's Rancho Feliz in Berino, New Mexico
The Father Emil Wesselsky Collection - Trip to the Middle East
Home movie of a trip through Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, and Israel in the 1960s
The Historic Brownsville Museum Collection, no. 4 - Charro Days Fiesta 1947
Footage of a parade from the Charro Days Fiesta in 1947.
The Jenkins Family Films - Tiny Dancer by Curtis Jenkins
Amateur film “Tiny Dancer” by Curtis Jenkins
The Jim W. Keeland Collection, no. 11 - Pierce Ranch Cattle Drive, Part I
Industrial film of a cattle drive for Pierce Ranch, including a supper scene
The Jim W. Keeland Collection, no. 12 - Pierce Ranch Cattle Drive, Part II
Industrial film of a cattle drive for Pierce Ranch
The Kennedy Family Films, no. 1 - Road Trip through Northern California
Home movie footage of the Kennedy family’s road trip through Northern California
The Raiford H. Burton Collection, no. 2 - Texas Centennial and WWII Scrap Metal Drive (1930-43)
Home movie footage of the Burton family, the Texas Centennial Exposition, and a WWII scrap metal drive
The Raiford H. Burton Collection, no. 3 - Family Travels (1930)
Home movie scenes of the Burton family traveling in 1930
The Texas Citrus Fiesta and Rio Grande Valley Citrus Industries (1956)
Industrial film of Rio Grande Valley citrus industry, Mission’s Citrus Fiesta, and the Santa Anita Ranch ...
The World Through a View Finder, Part II
Amateur film capturing Edwin and Minnie Mayer’s worldwide adventure, with stops in Thailand, India, Egypt...
Who Can Catch the Wind
A recruiting film for the Navy that follows a young man's transformation as he leaves the Texas prairie f...
Windows in Time (1980)
Industrial film for the Electric Research Power Institute describing the development of energy technologies
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