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Concordia University Texas Historical Films - Student Life (1939-1941)
Footage of Luthern Concordia College of Texas students engaging in schoolwork and attending athletic events
Easter Seals Telethon with Cactus Pryor and Barbara Miller (1980)
Noon Show co-hosts Cactus Pryor and Barbara Miller recruit donations for the 1980 Easter Seals Telethon
Houston’s Time Service
1950s advertisement promoting a local telephone number that Houstonians could call to hear an operator sa...
Japan Screen Topics, 76-3: The Latest in Hats, Television With a Personal Touch, Food For the E...
Episode of Japan Screen Topics covering hat making, television production, and imitation food used for di...
Pageant of America - 1940 Sun Carnival
Promotional film highlighting the 1940 Sun Carnival in El Paso
Southwestern Bell at HemisFair (1968)
KPRC-TV news segment giving a sneak peak of the Southwestern Bell pavilion at HemisFair, including a pict...
Telephone Spotlight on Texas, Baylor Theater (1958)
Television program produced by Southwestern Bell profiling the Baylor Theater program and Paul Baker’s St...
Texas College of Mines, Part I (c. 1945)
Footage of campus life at Texas College of Mines c. 1945
Texas College of Mines, Part II (c. 1945)
Footage of campus life at Texas College of Mines c. 1945
That’s Rich (1971)
Industrial film about long distance telephone service starring impressionist Rich Little
The Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
1960s training film outlining the organization of the company, from its departmental structure to the cha...
Tyler, Texas – Where Life is Enjoyable
Produced by the Tyler Chamber of Commerce, the 1955 film “Tyler, Texas – Where Life is Enjoyable,” offers...
W.H. Tilley Collection, no. 2 - 1950s
Collection of clips from the 1950s of St. Louis, Montreal, Philadelphia, and Austin, Texas
When Carla Called
Industrial film produced by Southwestern Bell Telephone company on their relief efforts following Hurrica...
Wish You Were Here
Tourism film from the early 1960s that shows why Galveston is “America’s wish-you-were-here city”
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