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The Porter Click Family, no. 2 - Cherryblossoms, Party at Johnson Family Housing Annex in Japan (1968)

Carla Click

Silent | 1968

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  •  Johnson Family Housing Annex 
  •  Harry Dunno, Jr. 
  •  Louann Dunno Neely in middle 
  •  Don Knapp shooting the bird, wife Karen in cat-eye glasses 
  •  San Antonian Louann made Mexican food for the party 
  •  Billy Harrison Neely in yellow shirt 
  •  Harry Dunno, Sr. and Millie’s house in northern San Antonio 
  •  Sidney Marvin Click in hat 
  •  Harry Jr. and Billy Neeley on right 
  •  Sidney Marvin Click 
  •  Louann in housedress 
  •  Cement factory/quarry in Olmos Park, San Antonio, west of Randolph Air Force Base 
 
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This home movie captures scenes of a going away party at Iruma Air Base in Sayama, Saitama, Japan, for Click family member Harriet "Louann" Dunno Neely and her husband Billy, who was in the Air Force, as they return to the United States. The going away party takes place at the Johnson Housing Annex on base, where the group enjoys an elaborate potluck as they say “sayonara!” to Billy and Louann. Also included are scenes of Christmas, the cherry blossom tree-lined streets on and around the Japanese air base, and the Click family at Six Flags Over Texas and at their rural home.