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Tyler 2010 Round-Up Reel



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  •  Home movie footage from the 1920s of East Texas oil fields 
  •  Universal newsreel from 1936 about the Texas oil rush 
    Educational film from 1951 about Caddo Lake Camp
  •  Home movie footage from 1978 of Caddo Lake 
  •  Educational films about the Indian Mound Nursery in Alto 
  •  Aerial footage from 1962 of damage caused by Southern Pine Beetle infestation 
  •  Educational film from the 1950s about the paper products industry 
  •  Television spots produced by the Texas Forest Service 
    Holiday safety reminder from the Northeast Texas Department of Public Safety
  •  Company B of the Texas Rangers 
  •  News footage from 1966 of Crawford Martin on the campaign trail in Kilgore 
  •  Home movie footage of Hilltop and Harrson Lakes 
  •  Campaign film from 1962 for Speaker James A. Turman in his bid for lieutenant governor 
    Universal newsreel from 1957 about the resignation of Presidential Press Secretary Bill Moyers
  •  News footage from 1967 of First Lady Lady Bird Johnson  
  •  Home movie footage from 1966 of a the Lions Club International meeting in Carthage 
  •  Footage of Waggoner Carr campaigning for Senate in 1966 
  •  Home movie from the 1960s of family life in Marshall 
  •  Promotional film from 1955 entitled Tyler Texas: Where Life Is Enjoyable 
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