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1977 National Women's Conference: A Question of Choices
Film documenting the National Women’s Conference held in Houston in 1977
A Day at the State Fair of Texas (1941)
An entertaining promotional film for the State Fair of Texas with a classic plot
Advertisement for Austin’s Big 4 Restaurants
Advertising for Austin’s El Charro, El Matamoros, and El Toro restaurants
Amistad Dam - First Pouring of Concrete Ceremony (1965)
KRGV newscaster Darrell Davis reports on the ceremony marking the First Bucket of Concrete poured at the ...
Ammunition Smuggling on the Mexican Border (1914)
1914 silent film recreating the capture of arms smugglers during the Mexican Revolution
Barbara Jordan at the National Women’s Conference of 1977
Segments of Barbara Jordan’s keynote speech at the National Women’s Conference of 1977
Bastrop: The First 175 Years (2007)
Promotional film providing a brief review of the history of Bastrop from Spanish settlement to today, as ...
Border Law (1931)
Feature film directed by Louis King, starring Buck Jones and Frank Rice
Brownsville from 1846... (1996)
Film depicting the history of Brownsville since 1846, from the Mexican American War to the city’s foundin...
Candelilla - Wax Making in the Big Bend Area
Silent film documenting candelilla wax production in Texas' Big Bend region
Charro Days (1956)
Newsreel chronicling the 1956 Charro Days Fiesta in Brownsville, including the Danza de los Voladores
El Fuego Detrás (2014)
Short film submission to the TAMI Hecho En Tejas competition at the 2015 Cine Las Americas International ...
El Paso Chicano AIDS Coalition PSAs (1988)
AIDS awareness and prevention PSAs made by the Chicano AIDS Coalition of El Paso
El Paso Public Schools' Mexican-American Heritage Day Dance Performances (1973)
Dance performances by El Paso school children celebrating Mexican-American Heritage Day
El Paso, City by the Rio Grande (1976)
1976 promotional film for El Paso, narrated by Country Music Hall of Famer, Marty Robbins
Espiritu de Amistad (c. 1969)
Film describing the International Boundary and Water Commission’s work done in the spirit of friendship
Exploring the Texas State Parks System
Educational film profiling TPWD’s work in recreation, preservation, and conservation
Faces of Amarillo No. 7 - Image (1987)
Segment of documentary series discussing how Amarillo experienced some of the cultural and social conflic...
Falcon Dam Dedication (1953)
Film documenting the inauguration ceremony of the Falcon Dam in 1953
Falcon Dam Proves Itself (1954)
Film describing a severe flood that tested the Falcon Dam one year after its construction
Fields of Dignity - The Migrant Farmworker (1982)
Documentary documents the history and plight of migrant farmworkers in Texas
Folklórico! (1987)
Educational film about the development and purpose of traditional Mexican dance, focusing on a group in S...
Fort Davis National Park Archives - Southwest Sites (1950)
Home movie compilation depicting the endless activities offered in West Texas and the Southwest
Frito-Lay Commercial, no. 5 - Tostitos
Advertisement for Frito-Lay’s new Tostitos corn chip where Mexican restaurant owner Fernando Escandon pro...
Frito-Lay Commercial, no. 6 - Tostitos
Commercial for Frito-Lay’s Tostitos corn chips where Mexican restaurant owner Fernando Escandon defends T...
Fun in the Hills (c.1970)
Educational film examining the Texas Hill Country
Gebhardt’s Commercial, no. 1
Gebhardt’s produces an array of Mexican foods
Gebhardt’s Commercial, no. 2
Without Gebhardt’s chili powder, a tamale is just an egg roll
Giant Original Trailer (1956)
Theatrical trailer for the feature film Giant
Glorious Land Parade at Austin Aqua Festival
News footage capturing a parade at the Austin Aqua Festival, including a float advertising the Big 4 Rest...
Gone to Texas (1978)
Educational film telling the story of the first Texas colonists
Inaugurado por Presa Falcon (1953)
Film documenting the inauguration ceremony of the Falcon Dam in 1953
Interviews with Cast and Director of Lone Star (1996)
Unedited interview footage of Chris Cooper, Rob Canada and John Sayles about the film Lone Star
Jackelope
A 1975 documentary by Ken Harrison provides a look into the contemporary Texas art world of the mid-‘70s,...
KOSA-TV - Mexican Independence Day Parade (1978)
News footage of a Mexican Independence Day parade and civil rights march in Midland
La Frontera
This short documentary explores the web of interdependencies of the U.S.-Mexico border region, examining ...
Martyrs of the Alamo (1915)
Silent film telling the story of the Battle of the Alamo during the Texas Revolution
Matamoros, Old Mac’s Farm
Industrial film of farmers operating tractors and airplanes crop dusting the fields
Mexican Americans - An Historic Profile
Film tracing the history of Mexican Americans and their culture
Mexican Americans - The Invisible Minority, Part 2 (1969)
Film presenting the Mexican-American civil rights movement in the Southwestern United States
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