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Prelinger Archives
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Includes, among other subjects: Crown Point on Columbia River HIghway, Larch Mtn Lookout station, Mt Hood, Battleship Oregon, Lambert Garden and Flowers, Timberline Lodge, Sanctuary Grotto, Bonnevile Fish Ladder, Horsetail Falls, Multnomah Falls, Long Bell Lumber Company,
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Prelinger Archives Home Movies
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Kodachrome home movies from San Francisco's Golden Gate International Exposition (1939-40); views along the coast and highways of California and Oregon.
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Topics: World's Fairs: San Francisco, 1939-40, California: Scenics, Oregon: Scenics
Access Humboldt
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Flat Track Heart Pictures presents Humboldt Roller Derby, March 24th 2012
Topics: Access Humboldt, California, Humboldt County, Humboldt Roller Derby, Sports
Community Video
by Erik Nelson
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A Westless Short, shot in Redwoods
Topics: Bottom Union, Chris Parsons, Erik Nelson, Redwoods, Westless Short, Westless American
Prelinger Archives
by Fairbanks (Jerry) Productions
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Two young women take a Greyhound Bus tour across America. Includes a love story and a great song at the end - the whole bus breaks into song. 14:24:51:14 VS cowboy wearing jean jacket and cowboy hat on greyhound bus flirts with two young women across aisle; MS two young women wearing pearl necklaces, one with large glasses wearing red lipstick shakes her friends arm and says “you are missing the Garden of the Gods”; rock formation “Garden of the Gods” in Colorado desert; MS two women in...
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Prelinger Archives
by Castle Films
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Lots of scenic images of diverse reaches of Oregon’s natural landscape 02:00:19:13 Man on row boat pulls large salmon out of Rogue River, Oregon. 02:00:54:07 VS people hiking through Oregon Caves called “Marble Halls of Oregon” in the Siskiyou Mountains. 02:01:50:03 Great shot driving on road through tall forest. 02:02:26:06 VS at Mile High Crater Lake; two women enjoying the scenery. 02:02:59:26 VS bears on rocky terrain in forest of Crater Lake National Park; Deer and fawn. 02:03:24:07...
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Chicago Film Archives
by Unknown
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Here is a 16mm. home movie of Chicago's 1933 World's Fair in all its troubled splendor. It comes from our David Gray Collection, which includes other footage of Chicago from the 1930s through 1960s. Highlights of this reel include an animatronic tyrannosaurus rex, a strange looking Radio Flyer sculpture and a building titled "Infant Incubators - with living babies."
Topics: Home Movies, Chicago, Chicago World's Fair, 1930s, Century of Progress
Chicago Film Archives
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Kodachrome Home Movie footage of Riverview Amusement Park, a Chicago amusement park once located near the intersection of Belmont and Western Avenues. From our Henry Wilczynski Collection.
Topics: Home Movies, Chicago, amuseument parks
Chicago Film Archives
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Home movie footage from the 1933 Chicago World's Fair. From our Ferd Isserman Collection. Chicago Film Archives owns copyrights to all films in the Ferd Isserman Collection.
Topics: Home Movies, Chicago, Chicago World's Fair, 1930s, Century of Progress
Chicago Film Archives
by Jack Behrend
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Continuous time-lapse sequence of Chicago's Equitable Building (401 North Michigan Avenue) being constructed. It was shot by Jack Behrend from a penthouse at 333 N. Michigan. From our Jack Behrend Collection
Topics: Chicago, Architecture
Chicago Film Archives
by Sylvia Davis
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An episode of a syndicated wrestling show shot at Chicago's International Amphitheater in the early to mid 1950s. Shot live on film with three-camera coverage, it features a witty and entertaining narration from announcer Russ Davis. This one-fall match features "The world's ugliest woman" Yulie Brynner (bald headed like Yul) versus Rose Roman. Yulie wins the match with a flying mare off the ropes into a bodypress. From our Sylvia & Russ Davis Collection. Chicago Film Archives...
Topics: Chicago, Wrestling
Chicago Film Archives
by Rhodes Patterson
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Rhodes Patterson (1914-2003) shot this silent short film at Chicago's Grant Park a day after the 1968 Democratic National Convention. While it doesn't depict any violence, the film captures the mood and tensions of the time, as well as a few instances of the "male gaze." From our Rhodes Patterson Collection. Chicago Film Archives owns copyrights to all films created by Rhodes Patterson.
Topics: Chicago, 1968 Democratic Convention
Chicago Film Archives
by Fritz
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16mm. home movie of a trailer trip vacation through South Dakota and Wyoming with footage of historic sites in national parks. Footage includes scenes of the Badlands of South Dakota, Mount Rushmore, and Yellowstone National Park sites like Yellowstone River, Mammoth Hot Springs, Inspiration Point, Apollinaris Springs, erupting Old Faithful and bears interacting with tourists. Opening title cards read "Fritz's Photologue of a ten month's trailer trip-through the U.S. and Mexico." From...
Topics: Home Movies, Travelogue, Tourism, National Parks & Reserves, 1940s
Chicago Film Archives
by Margaret Conneely
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A "city symphony" film, produced to encourage Photographic Society of America members to attend their 1963 conference in Chicago. The film edits together beautiful and dynamic footage of Chicago and then combines this with a deadpan commentary that pokes fun at commercial travel films: "Chicago is my town," the narrator says wryly, "and no other town will do." Margaret Conneely was awarded a special prize by the Photographic Society of America for this film. From...
Topics: Amateur Films, Chicago
Chicago Film Archives
by Karl Berolzheimer
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Home Movie footage of Chicagoâs Maxwell Street Market shot in the 1970s. From Chicago Film Archives' Glick-Berolzheimer Home Movie Collection.
Topics: Home Movies, Chicago, Maxwell Street Market, 1970s
Chicago Film Archives
by Morton Goldsholl Associates
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A sponsored film made by Morton Goldsholl Associates for Pabst Brewing Company. Morton & Millie Goldsholl ran Morton Goldsholl Associates, one of Chicago's leading graphic design studios in the 1950s. The studio became recognized for their animations, progressive hiring practices and developing corporate branding packages for various companies. From our Mort & Millie Goldsholl Collection.
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Topics: Chicago, Design, Sponsored Films, 1960s
Chicago Film Archives
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A small family takes a road trip across Illinois, visiting Galena, the bank of the Rock River, Jubilee College, Dixon Mounds, New Salem, Springfield, Pere Marquette State Park, the land once known as Kaskaskia, Vandailia and Starved Rock State Park. Made by Wilding Studios for Illinois Bell. From our Chicago Public Library Collection.
Topics: Illinois, Travel, Sponsored Films