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Apr 1, 2021 Brewster Kahle
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Brewster Kahle, guest speaker in UC Santa Cruz, Department of Film & Digital Media, "Understanding Media" class, April 1, 2021. Professor: Rick Prelinger. Recording from Zoom.
Topics: brewster kahle, ucsc, uc santa cruz, understanding media, rick prelinger, internet archive
Prelinger Archives
Dec 17, 2020 Rick Prelinger
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Lost Landscapes of San Francisco, presented online on December 16, 2020, thanks to the efforts of Long Now Foundation.
Topics: lost landscapes, san francisco, history, moving image archives, film archives, home movies
Prelinger Library
Sep 28, 2020 Rick Prelinger
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Photos & videos shot by Rick Prelinger, September 27, 2020 in Richmond, California
Topic: Michelson Library
Family and Friends Zoom Recordings
Family and Friends Zoom Recordings
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Sep 15, 2020
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Prelinger Archives
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Outtakes from a film titled "Rochester Business Opportunities" produced by Eastman Kodak, 1969. Unedited reels including multiple takes showing African Americans at work as professionals, business owners, in skilled trades, and at home.
Topics: #BlackLivesMatter, African-American history, Black history, Black-owned businesses, Black life,...
Prelinger Archives
May 1, 2020 Unknown
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Color silent footage showing urban renewal plans in Washington, D.C., about 1968. Includes footage possibly showing a demonstration of women associated with Howard University, with signs as follows: "Charges Against Male Guardians Must Be Dropped," "Are We Really Safe as Howard Women?", "It Happened Here!" and "We Support Our Men Not Pistol Happy Guards."
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Washington D.C., African Americans, Black Americans, demonstrations, Howard University
Educational Films
May 1, 2020 School Mathematics Study Group
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Produced by School Mathematics Study Group (SMSG). In series A Brief Course in Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers. With Stewart Moredock. Film scanning by Ashley Franks-McGill.
Topics: arithmetic, mathematics, teacher training
Educational Films
May 1, 2020 School Mathematics Study Group
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From the School Mathematics Study Group: A Brief Course in Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers. With Stewart Moredock. Film scanning by Ashley Franks-McGill.
Topics: mathematics, geometry
Educational Films
May 1, 2020 School Mathematics Study Group
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Part of A Brief Course in Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers. Produced by School Mathematics Study Group (SMSG). With Stewart Moredock. Film scanning by Ashley Franks-McGill.
Topics: mathematics, new math, educational films
Prelinger Archives
May 1, 2020 Galbreath (Richard)
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Sponsored by Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Featuring Robert Rockwell. Story and screen play by Norman Weissman. Produced and directed by Richard Galbreath. 
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Topics: Capitalism, business, labor, free enterprise
Educational Films
May 1, 2020 School Mathematics Study Group
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From the SMSG (School Mathematics Study Group) Brief Course in Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers. With Stewart Moredock. Film scanning by Ashley Franks-McGill.
Topics: mathematics, rational numbers, new math, educational films
Prelinger Archives
Jan 31, 2020 Rick Prelinger
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Participatory urban history film that premiered at Castro Theatre, San Francisco in December 2015 and Internet Archive in January 2016)
Topics: lost landscapes, san francisco, moving image archives, archival footage
Prelinger Archives
Jan 31, 2020 Rick Prelnger
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Participatory urban history film that premiered at Castro Theatre, San Francisco, December 2016 and played at Internet Archive January 2017.
Topics: lost landscapes, san francisco, moving image archives, prelinger, archival footage
Prelinger Archives
Jan 31, 2020 Rick Prelinger
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Interactive urban history film premiered December 2017 at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco, and January 2018 at Internet Archive.
Topics: lost landscapes, prelinger, moving image archives, San Francisco history
Prelinger Archives
Jan 29, 2020 Rick Prelinger
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COMBINING a year of exciting archival discoveries with evergreen favorites from past years, this feature-length program shows San Francisco’s people, neighborhoods, infrastructures and celebrations from the early 20th century through the 1980s. New sequences this year run the gamut from the noirish streets of downtown San Francisco in the 1940s to life in the lively Mission, Richmond, Sunset, Bernal Heights and Ingleside Terrace districts. ALSO IN THE WORKS: Bits of San Francisco bohemia,...
Topics: lost landscapes of san francisco, prelinger, moving image archives, san francisco
Prelinger Archives
Nov 16, 2019
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Home movie shot by unknown cameraperson showing Dorothy Prelinger in France, ca. 1947-48
Topics: home movies, Prelinger, France
Prelinger Archives
Oct 30, 2019 Jam Handy Organization
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First 4K scan of Master Hands, made by Adrianne Finelli on March 5, 2019 at Internet Archive from a 35mm print. Classic "capitalist realist" drama showing the manufacture of Chevrolets from foundry to finished vehicles. Though ostensibly a tribute to the "master hands" of the assembly line workers, it seems more of a paean to the designers of this impressive mass production system. Filmed in Flint, Michigan, just months before the United Auto Workers won union recognition...
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Topics: Jam Handy Organization, National Film Registry, Chevrolet Motor Company, automobile manufacturing,...
Community Texts
Aug 9, 2019 Andrew Lison, Marcell Mars, Tomislav Medak, Rick Prelinger
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Archives have become a nexus in the wake of the digital turn. This book sets out to show how expanded archival practices can challenge contemporary conceptions and inform the redistribution of power and resources. Calling for the necessity to reimagine the potentials of archives in practice, the three contributions ask: Can archives fulfill their paradoxical potential as utopian sites in which the analog and the digital, the past and future, and remembrance and forgetting commingle? Published...
Topics: archives, critical archival studies, open access, piracy, materiality, analog-digital hybridity,...
Prelinger Archives
Jul 25, 2019 Rick Prelinger
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Useful Prophecies, an archival compilation made for the opening night of Punto De Vista Festival (Pamplona/Iruñea), March 11, 2019. While the distance between cinema and truth is often impossible to bridge, some films reveal more than we might think any films could. Such is the case with the long-neglected body of useful cinema — films produced because they had jobs to do, like sponsored, educational, and industrial films — and home movies, sometimes revelatory works that seem to spring...
Topics: prelinger, prophecies, utopia, utopianism, prediction, science, technology, futurism, useful...
Prelinger Archives
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Home movie showing Latinx family in Portola district of San Francisco. Please help us find them so that we can return these images to the family!
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Topics: San Francisco, families, Latinx, Latino, Latina, Mexican American, Portola District
Educational Films
Nov 3, 2018 Educational Services Incorporated
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"The Physical Science Study Committee with the support of The National Science Foundation, The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, The Ford Foundation presents as part of its course in physics" Lecture and demonstration by Professor Nathaniel H. Frank, Chairman, Department of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. "(c) Copyright 1962, Educational Services Incorporated. All rights reserved." Experimental assistance by James Henry. Directed by Norton Bloom. Photographed by...
Topics: physics, electromagnetic fields, electron tubes, lectures, bicycle power
Educational Films
Nov 3, 2018 Syracuse University, Audio-Visual Center
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Educational Consultant: Irene F. Cypher, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education, Department of Communications, New York University. Art Consultant: Elayne Varian.
Topics: Audiovisual education, dioramas, schools, students, blackboards, classrooms, teachers, models,...
Educational Films
Nov 3, 2018 Coronet Instructional Films
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We look at a dairy farm. This film isn't in the public domain. The copyright is owned by Phoenix Learning Group, Inc. For information on using footage of this film for your project, email us at footage@avgeeks.com
Topics: dairy, cows, farming, agriculture, kittens, cats, milk, fishing
Prelinger Archives
Oct 24, 2018 Centron Productions
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Cold War-era educational film. A family who cannot afford a turkey at Thanksgiving reviews what they have to be thankful about. Notable for its lack of focus on consumption.
Topics: educational films, Lawrence Kansas, Centron Productions, Thanksgiving, holidays, patriotism
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
Oct 24, 2018 Unknown
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This 16mm home movie clip shows a wild ride through the streets of downtown Los Angeles. Movie marquees help date the clip to around 1932. This film is from Prelinger Archives. Personal and community reuse is encouraged. For access to higher-resolution elements for commercial or production use, please contact rick@archive.org
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Topics: home movies, Los Angeles, 1930s, automobiles, motion picture marquees, theaters, Los Angeles City...
Prelinger Archives
Oct 16, 2018 Miles Brothers
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This is a scan of 35mm material held by Prelinger Archives, San Francisco and thought to be an original 1906 print. It was scanned by Adrianne Finelli at Internet Archive on October 11, 2018 using IA's Lasergraphics ScanStation scanner set at 5120 x 3840 and scanned to 16fps. Due to Final Cut Pro limitations, this full-width scan is 4096 x 3072 pixels wide and every second frame is doubled for a playback framerate of 24fps. Archives frequently make full-width scans to show information between...
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Topics: San Francisco, 1906, Market Street
Educational Films
Oct 6, 2018 Crawley Films
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To come.
Topics: educational films, marriage, gender, 1950s, Canada
Sponsored Films Collection
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Sep 4, 2018
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David Jacobson Collection
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Sep 4, 2018
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Aug 25, 2018 Newsreel (collective)
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To come.
Topics: Newsreel (collective), women's liberation, Second Wave feminism, 1960s, Atlantic City, feminism
Prelinger Archives
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A Mexican family drives from ?Mexico City to Texas and New Orleans, September 22 through October 4, 1969. (dates on can). Film purchased by archivist Walter Forsberg at Mexico City Antiques Market.
Topics: Home movies, Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, New Orleans, Houston, Galveston, Sea-Arama Marine World,...
A Maine home movie from 1950, featuring many scenes from a horse show, both western style and English style competition, as well as work horse competition. A country singer is shown who could be Kitty Wells or someone similar. Also a warehouse fire in a large Quonset hut, with firefighting sequences. 
Topics: horse show, Farmington Fair, riding competition, English riding, work horses, work horse...
A 1950 road trip through Canada, latter portions of the reel are better quality than the beginning; featuring flower gardens, a zoo, captive bears, a passenger ferry ride, Montmorency Falls, and rural Quebec scenes of fishing and canoeing.
Topics: canoeing, women in canoe, fly fishing, Quebec, Maritimes, turkeys, horse-drawn cart, Rimouski,...
From a Michigan family of older adults: A 1952 reel with backyard hangout time including a new car, a beer party and dancing a jig, and then a road trip with an itinerary that this family pursued regularly: down the Pennsylvania Turnpike to Washington DC, the White House, and through the deep South to Florida.
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Topics: lawn mower, beer, new car, dancing a jig, Pennsylvania Turnpike, Arvilla Motor Court, toll plaza,...
From a Michigan family of older adults: A mid-1950s road trip to California, featuring coastal U.S. 101, redwood trees, and Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, old-growth redwood trees on lumber trucks and other timber harvest sequences, California Highway 198, Sierra Mountains.
Topics: U.S. 101, Northern California, redwoods, redwood tree, Piercy, Leggett, Sequoia National Park,...
From a Michigan family of older adults: A 1road trip c. 1954 or 1955 to U.S. 101 in northern California featuring redwood trees, forestry, tree harvest, Paul Bunyan statue, some domestic scenes, and some landscapes of the interior arid West.
Topics: Paul Bunyan, U.S. 101, California, redwood trees, forestry, timber, timber harvest, road trip,...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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From a Michigan family of older adults: A 1955 road trip on the Pennsylvania Turnpike to Washington, DC, St. Augustine, Florida, and to the U.S.-Mexico border, the Rio Grande, and Ciudad Juarez, featuring detailed crowd observations in Washington, a visit to an alligator farm, double exposure of homes in Florida, and the Castillo de San Marcos.
Topics: 1955, Pennsylvania Turnpike, Laurel Hill tunnel, service plaza, Washington DC, White House,...
The Midwest and Florida in 1956, with street scenes of Duluth, MN, and scenes from Lake Huron passenger boats and the Mackinac Bridge under construction, plus farm sequences, homes covered by fresh snowfall, then Florida cypress groves, sport fishing, water skiing, and a parade in St. Petersburg. 2 minutes of this 20-minute reel are upside-down.
Topics: 1956, Florida, Minnesota, Michigan, Duluth, St. Petersburg, cypress trees, Mackinac Bridge, farm,...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
Apr 26, 2018
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A California family of the 1940s, residents of Alameda County who traveled widely around the west looking at infrastructure and agriculture. This reel features a trip to Puerto Rico on Western Air Lines, and San Francisco Bay Area scenes including domestic scenes, a memorial, the Bay Bridge, a shipwreck, a dog riding a load of lumber.
Topics: Puerto Rico, agricultural labor, banana, Western Air Lines, 1940s air travel, California, Alameda...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
Apr 24, 2018
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A California family of the 1940s, residents of Alameda County who traveled widely around the west looking at infrastructure and agriculture. This reel features Bay Area landscapes: bridges, gas stations and water infrastructure, and a road trip down coastal Route 1, a shipwreck rescue, and a visit to the agricultural interior.
Topics: road trip, gas station, Bay Area, U.S. Route 1, Alameda County, Contra Costa County, Carquinez...
Late 1930s and early 1940s reels, both black and white and color footage with eastern U.S. urban and suburban street scenes and home interiors with Christmas dinner preparations including cooking, family antics, dog tricks, and eating, a trip to a Japanese Garden, and visits to a track and field competition and a tennis game, plus a structure fire. Exact locations to be determined.
Topics: 1930s, billboards, Sunkist, baking, kitchen, home interior, waffles, waffle iron, Christmas dinner,...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Midwestern family takes a road trip through the east in autumn and winter featuring fall color, 1940s cars and landscapes, a stalled car in the rain, Adirondack views, visiting a farm in winter, college campus scenes, hiking in the woods, an airplane trip to Washington, D.C. with aerials of the Capitol mall and scenes around the Potomac River. The Jefferson memorial is under construction.
Topics: road trip, Washington D.C., Jefferson memorial, Adirondacks, autumn color, college campus, rain,...
Home movie from a white Arkansas family in the 1960s that had a large farm and traveled regionally. This reel features extensive flood scenes including flooded roads and fields, and dredging and flood abatement. Also Christmas and domestic scenes, and farmyard and barnyard scenes.
Topics: flood, flooded road, Mississippi River, Mississippi River flood, flooded fields, dogs, puppies,...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Home movie from a white Arkansas family in the 1960s that had a large farm and traveled regionally. This reel features children harvesting nuts, farm and yard scenes with gardens and animals, Easter holiday activity, and a house moving sequence.
Topics: Arkansas, house moving, Easter, harvest, nut tree, nut harvest, rope swing, flower arrangement,...
Home movie from a white Arkansas family in the 1960s that had a large farm (Ullrich Recreation Place and Fun Farm) and traveled regionally; this reel features farmyard animals, vegetable gardens, terraced strawberry plants, domestic geese, barnyard, lakeshore and garden scenes.
Topics: Arkansas, farm, farmyard, barnyard, vegetable garden, flower garden, strawberries, domestic geese,...
Home movie from a white Arkansas family in the 1950s that had a large farm (Ullrich Recreation Place and Fun Farm) and traveled regionally; this reel features farmyard animals, Christmas, a graduation, exotic fowl in farmyard, and new construction]
Topics: Quonset hut, farm, farmyard, tricycle, garden, pea fowl, apple harvest, construction, bulldozer,...
Home movie from a white Arkansas family in the 1940s that had a large farm (Ullrich Recreation Place and Fun Farm) and traveled regionally; this reel features Christmas scenes, a Northern Cardinal, vegetable garden, farmyard, barnyard, farm animals, Miniature Pinschers, farm vehicles, farm labor
Topics: Arkansas, farm, farmyard, barnyard, Christmas, chickens, farm vehicles, farm labor, agricultural...
Home movie from a white Arkansas family in the 1950s that had a large farm (Ullrich Recreation Place and Fun Farm) and traveled regionally; this reel features square dancing, picnic, donkeys, ponies, farmyard, wicker baby carriage, scenes of farm labor, and a sign inviting the public to visit this farm for twenty-five cents.
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Topics: Arkansas, farm, farm labor, construction, construction labor, vegetable garden, square dancing,...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Home movie from a white Arkansas family in the 1950s that had a large farm and traveled regionally, featuring a visit to a zoo, an Easter egg hunt, vegetable garden, backyard baseball game, puppies riding in baby carriage, a driftwood sculpture art show, and river tourism of Mississippi or Missouri River.
Topics: Arkansas, farm, puppies, Easter, Easter egg hunt, vegetable garden, puppies, dam, reservoir, river...
Men playing golf in 1942, at Mohawk Park in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Topics: 1942, golf, golf course, Oklahoma, Mohawk Park, Mohawk Golf Course
Home movie of 1940 road trip through Georgia and North Carolina, including Great Smoky Mountains and TVA landmarks
Topics: TVA, Tennessee Valley Authority, Smoky Mountains, African-American labor, hotel labor, dam, hiking,...
Home movie from 1950s eastern U.S. family with scenes of horseback riding, pony riding, a horse-drawn sled, a memorial service, small home exteriors, and women doing laundry
Topics: spring, cherry trees, 1950s, cemetery, memorial, pony ride, horse corral, horseback riding,...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
Apr 23, 2018
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Home movies scenes from Michigan household, including driving on US 23, shopping, gardening, planting, a wedding, and dancing the twist.
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Topics: Michigan, Mackinac Bridge, lawn mower, farmyard, hugs, shopping mall, Florsheim shoes, Kresge Co.,...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
Apr 23, 2018
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Home movie scenes of Kentucky family life and landscape, 1960, filmed with Sylvania Sun Gun movie light.
Topics: 1960, Christmas, Kentucky, covered bridge, Sylvania Sun Gun, swimming, mushroom foraging, brick...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Home movie scenes of Michigan buildings, roads, a gas station under construction, and the funeral of Dr. Martin Luther King filmed off television. Also includes filmed still images from magazine pages featuring historic cars, and Expo 67.
Topics: Michigan, Mackinac Bridge, Game Haven, Castle Rock, I-75, St. Ignace, Crittenton Hospital, police...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Michigan family scenes from 1969, including lakeshore recreation, picnicking, a Catholic wedding, train watching, and capturing the Apollo 10 and Apollo 11 lunar mission splashdowns as broadcast on network television.
Topics: Michigan, Apollo 10, Apollo 11, splashdown, astronaut, 1960s fashions, boating, wedding, steam...
Prelinger Archives
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Super 8 home movie showing mourners and marchers in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s funeral procession, April 9, 1968. Many civil rights activists and national political figures joined the procession. The film was found in the estate of Edsel B. and Mary B. Stallings, residents of Detroit who were active in Democratic Party politics and civil rights affairs.
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Topics: Martin Luther King (Jr.), civil rights, funerals, assassinations, Black history, African American...
Prelinger Archives
Feb 21, 2018 Newsreel
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Made by the Newsreel collective in New York City, this film shows "Operation Move-in," in which Puerto Rican and Dominican families actively reclaimed unused, vacant housing on Manhattan's Upper West Side. Further information on Operation Move-In may be found...
Topics: New York (City), housing, homelessness, squatters, squatting, housing justice, Puerto Ricans,...
To come.
Topics: Medical research, Coccidioidomycosis, Valley Fever, San Joaquin Valley, Kern County, California,...
To come.
Topics: Medical research, Coccidioidomycosis, Valley Fever, San Joaquin Valley, Kern County, California,...
To come.
Topics: California, Kern County, petroleum, oil wells, peaches, poultry, Labor (Strikes), picket line,...
To come.
Topics: Home movies, Kern County, California, wind, landscapes, light, Labor (Agricultural), grapes,...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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To come.
Topics: Home movies, Kern County, California, schools, school buses, Okies, migrant workers, migrants,...
Prelinger Archives
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To come.
Topics: Home movies, Kern County, California, agriculture, public health, medicine, medical research,...
35mm Stock Footage
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Process plates shot from moving camera cars down 8th Avenue, 5th Avenue, and 50th Street, Manhattan, New York City, ca. 1945
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Topics: Process plates, New York City, Manhattan, Moving shots, street scenes, 1940s
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
Oct 12, 2017 Lynn, Charles R. (?)
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Home movie shot at the Jerome (Arkansas) Relocation Center, ca. June 1944. Jerome was the last concentration camp for Japanese Americans to open and the first to close; upon its closing, detainees were transported to nearby Rohwer and camps in other states. This Kodachrome film was shot by an unknown cameraperson and found on eBay. Includes shots of camp civilian and military staff, camp buildings, Japanese Americans incarcerated in the camp, a high-school graduation, young people reading the...
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Topics: Japanese Americans, concentration camps, incarceration, racism, Asian Americans, Arkansas, World...
Community Audio
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This item contains 16 folders of San Francisco Police Department radio transmissions relating to the demonstrations on August 26, 2017. Anti-fascist demonstrators came to Alamo Square, where the "Patriot Prayer" group had announced a "press conference" that never occurred. Demonstrators engaged in various protest activities in and around Alamo Square and other locations in the city, and marched to the City Hall area and the Mission District. Captured using consumer...
Topics: San Francisco Police Department, anti-fascism, antifa, demonstrations, political activity, Alamo...
Community Video
Aug 24, 2017 Rick Prelinger
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Total Solar Eclipse, Willow Creek, Oregon, August 21, 2017
Topics: solar eclipse, Willow Creek, Oregon
Home movie showing tourist scenes in New York and Washington, D.C.; a plastics industry trade show in New York; family scenes with children, ca. late 1950s.
Topics: home movies, New York (City), Washington (D.C.), plastics, families, children
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Home movie shot in California and elsewhere, ca. 1940s. Scenes include cotton fields, aircraft, a car crash, a graduate ceremony, young women dancing in ceremonial dresses (possibly a May Day event).
Topics: Cotton, cotton fields, agriculture, aircraft, Automobiles (Crashes), accidents, graduations,...
Home movie including scenes at Lake Ozonia (St. Lawrence County), and Boonville (Oneida County), New York, early 1930s. Includes scene showing the Hearst Metrotone News mobile Moving Picture Studio visiting Boonville.
Topics: home movies, New York (State), St. Lawrence County, Oneida County, Lake Ozonia, Boonville,...
Home movie including scenes at Lake Ozonia, St. Lawrence County, New York; the St. Lawrence County Fair; and the village of Boonville, Oneida County, New York. Calendar in film states December 1931.
Topics: home movies, leisure, recreation, Lake Ozonia, New York, St. Lawrence County, county fairs,...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
Jan 10, 2017
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Home movie showing recreation at Lake Ozonia, St. Lawrence County, New York
Topics: home movie, vacations, leisure, recreation, St. Lawrence County, New York State
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Home movie depicting a visit to southern California and the snowy mountains, ca. 1920s.
Topics: home movies, California, Southern California, families, vacation, leisure, snow, mountains
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Roll, probably assembly of stock footage, showing various industries in southern California, including an exterior film production set (director present but unidentified), aerospace, baking, port of Los Angeles, etc., ca. late 1940s-early 1950s.
Topics: home movies, stock footage, Los Angeles, California (Southern California), Motion pictures...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Scenes of recreation around a lake (possibly in Michigan) and a patriotic parade, ca. mid-1950s.
Topics: home movies, lakes, recreation, water, vacations, Michigan, parades, patriotism
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Scenes opening Christmas presents (ca. 1955) and recreation around a lake in Michigan.
Topics: home movies, Christmas, families, Michigan, holidays, recreation, lakes
Scenes in Detroit, at the Holland (Mich.) Tulip Festival, and a family Christmas, ca. 1930s.
Topics: home movies, Detroit, Holland (Michigan), Michigan, Holland Tulip Festival, families, holidays,...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Scenes shot in Detroit backyards and on street; wedding party on street; a railfan excursion and a car crash.
Topics: home movies, Detroit, Michigan, 1930s, weddings, streets, houses, families, railroads, trains,...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
Jan 10, 2017
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Home movie shot during trip to the province of Québec and possibly elsewhere, ca. 1930s.
Topics: home movies, travel, tourism, Canada, Québec, logging, steamships
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Scenes of a parade near Mount Vernon, Skagit County, Washington State, ca. 1930s
Topics: home movies, parades, ceremonies, Mount Vernon (Washington State), Skagit County, 1930s
Scenes at the California Pacific International Exposition, held 1935 and 1936 at Balboa Park, San Diego.
Topics: home movies, World's Fairs (San Diego, 1935-36), California, San Diego, expositions, Balboa Park
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Home movie showing summer activities around Nicholville and Lake Ozonia, St. Lawrence County, New York, ca. 1930s
Topics: home movies, Adirondack Park, Nicholville, New York, Lake Ozonia, summer, leisure, recreation
Community Video
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Rough scan from 16mm containing scenes shot during so-called slum clearance and construction of the Captain Wendell O. Pruitt Homes, part of what would become the Pruitt-Igoe projects, St. Louis, Missouri, around 1953.
Topics: Missouri, St. Louis, Public housing, Housing projects, Pruitt (Captain W.O.) Homes, Pruitt-Igoe...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Reference scan from 16mm home movie showing Rocky Mountains (possibly Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods or Yellowstone) and family scenes.
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Topics: home movies, Rocky Mountains, National Parks (U.S.), families
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Reference scan from 16mm home movie showing cruise on San Francisco Bay, city skyline, and an airplane trip towards the Eastern U.S., ca. 1950s.
Topics: home movies, travel, tourism, California, San Francisco, boats, aerials, airplanes, flying,...
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
Dec 28, 2016
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Reference scan of 16mm home movie showing a toddler on the farm, likely in the late 1930s.
Topics: home movies, children, toddlers, families, farms and farming
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Dec 28, 2016
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Reference scan of 16mm home movie showing oil drilling, probably in the 1920s.
Topics: home movies, oil industry, petroleum, drilling, pollution
Prelinger Archives Home Movies
Dec 28, 2016
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Reference scan from 16mm home movie.
Topics: home movies, farms, rural life, World War II (Homefront)
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8mm home movie picturing a graduation, church ceremony and various family events, probably in Connecticut.
Topics: home movies, families, schools, churches, ceremonies, graduation
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8mm home movie shot at University of Connecticut, Storrs, Conn., showing graduation ceremonies, probably in the 1960s.
Topics: home movies, colleges and universities, Connecticut, graduations, ceremonies, formal dress
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8mm home movie shot at Jones Beach, Long Island, New York State, probably in springtime, mid-1960s.
Topics: home movies, beaches, New York (State), Long Island, Jones Beach
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8mm home movie (early 1960s) showing a visit to Los Angeles, freeways, oil wells, Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm.
Topics: home movies, travel, tourism, highways, freeways, Los Angeles, Anaheim, Orange County California,...
Community Video
Dec 26, 2016
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8mm home movie of ice skating, perhaps in Connecticut, and a couple dressed formally, perhaps for the prom, ca. early 1960s.
Topics: home movies, ice skating, New England, winter, Connecticut, couples, formal dress, proms
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Dec 26, 2016
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8mm home movie showing trip to Florida in 1962, with scenes at Cypress Gardens, Silver Springs and other attractions.
Topics: home movies, travel, tourism, Florida, Cypress Gardens, Silver Springs
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8mm home movie filmed in the 1950s showing scenes in an unidentified Midwestern town, on vacation, and on a trip to Washington, D.C.
Topics: home movies, Midwest U.S., towns, families, leisure, Washington D.C., travel, tourism
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Dec 26, 2016
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8mm home movie shot in early 1960s showing a trip from Naugatuck, Connecticut to an airport (probably Idlewild, now JFK) and trip to Bahamas, with visit to the Lucaya resort community.
Topics: home movies, travel, tourism, aircraft, airports, buses, Naugatuck Connecticut, Bahamas, Lucaya
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8mm film showing travels in Florida (ca. early 1960s) beginning with a visit to the South of the Border tourist attraction in South Carolina. Includes Marineland of Florida.
Topics: home movies, travel, tourism, South Carolina, Florida, Marineland of Florida, South of the Border
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Dec 26, 2016
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Amateur film or home movie entitled "Snapshots in Color" (1936). Shot on early Kodachrome reversal film, which until ca. 1938 tended to fade to a magenta cast.
Topics: home movies, amateur film, Motion pictures (Color, early), Kodachrome
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16mm sound home movie showing a family Christmas in 1939.
Topics: home movies, home movies (sound), Christmas, holidays, families, amateur film