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A Visit to Washington with Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson on Behalf of a More Beautiful America (1966)
Lady Bird Johnson surveys the beauty of the national capital and outlines steps towards a more beautiful ...
Channel 2 News Round-Up (1959)
Compilation of television news segments from 1959, including the “Kitchen Debate” and the Eddie Fisher-El...
Charles Lindbergh’s Trans-Atlantic Flight and Goodwill Tours: News Programs and Home Movie Foot...
Reel containing news specials about Lindbergh’s famous flight, and home movie footage of Lindbergh in Car...
Discover America - Killeen (2002)
Television segment highlighting the appeal of traveling to and living in Killeen
Falcon Dam Proves Itself (1954)
Film describing a severe flood that tested the Falcon Dam one year after its construction
Falcon Dam Dedication (1953)
Film documenting the inauguration ceremony of the Falcon Dam in 1953
Inaugurado por Presa Falcon (1953)
Film documenting the inauguration ceremony of the Falcon Dam in 1953
Interstellar Journey: Star of Death, Part I
Installment of “Interstellar Journey,” an amateur film in the style of Star Trek
Interstellar Journey: Star of Death, Part II
Installment of “Interstellar Journey,” an amateur film in the style of Star Trek
Sam Houston and Texas: A Giant Man for a Giant Land (1986)
American Lifestyle episode focusing on one of Texas’s most prominent historical figures
The Assassination of President Kennedy, Part I (1978)
Documentary examining the assassination of President John F. Kennedy
The Assassination of President Kennedy, Part II (1978)
Documentary examining the assassination of President John F. Kennedy
The Orris D. Brown Collection, no. 6 - Houston, Henderson, and FDR (1936)
Compilation reel that includes early film techniques, scenes of Houston and Henderson, TX, and FDR's visi...
The President, April 1968
One film of a series that depicts the life, activities, and duties carried out by President Lyndon B. Joh...
Too Frightening (Part II)
Amateur film made by a young Robert Frye, titled “Too Frightening”
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