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The David W. Moore Collection - Snow in Galveston and Easter Celebration (1960)

Michael R. Moore

Silent | 1960

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  •  View of entire neighborhood covered in snow 
  •  What year is it? 
  •  Baby brought out to play in the snow 
  •  The family dog loves the snow; the cat, on the other hand, doesn’t quite care for it. 
  •  Snowball fight!  
  •  Building a snowman and a snow-woman 
  •  Easter bunny “laying” eggs 
  •  Garden-pot version of a Russian Nesting Doll, with a surprise at the center for young Michael 
  •  Finding eggs around the yard 
  •  Egg tricks with father and son 
  •  Easter Sunday celebration at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church 
 
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This home movie captures the Moore family on the morning of February 12, 1960, when several inches of snow hit their Galveston neighborhood. Typical activities are shown by both children and parents, including snowball fights, building snowmen, and introducing babies and pets to a Winter wonderland. The latter had mixed results. Later in the year, the family dresses its best for Easter Sunday, which is spent partially in the backyard searching for eggs and partially at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church for Mass.