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The Turner Family Films - Hermann Park (1939)

Judy Turner

Silent | 1939

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  •  Walking through rows of blooming flowers at Hermann Park  
  •  Sam Houston Monument, created by Enrico Cerrachio 
  •  Back at the house, knitting and reading How to Make Good Movies (A Complete Handbook for the Amateur Movie Maker) by Eastman Kodak 
  •  A young girl smells a flower 
  •  Three women together at Hermann Park by the Sam Houston Monument 
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This 1939 home movie shows scenes of Houston’s Hermann Park. Rows of yellow and orange flowers encircle the Sam Houston Monument, while a couple enjoys a leisurely afternoon together. The film also captures time spent inside, where a woman knits and a man reads a book on film-making.