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Sugar Land Heritage Foundation Collection - Marching Band Trip (1960)

Sugar Land Heritage Foundation

Silent | 1960

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  •  A sunny neighborhood covered in snow. On February 12, 1960, storms rolled through Southeast Texas, dropping 4.4 inches of snow in Houston—the second-highest amount of snowfall ever recorded in the area.  
  •  In uniform for the Dulles High School marching band 
  •  Band students gather and eat lunch together 
  •  The band rides in a school bus 
  •  A young girl poses for the camera 
  •  A puppet show 
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This 1960 home movie begins with images of a snowy Sugar Land neighborhood. The majority of the footage concentrates on the Dulles High School marching band as they eat lunch and ride a school bus to a game or competition. The film includes brief images of a young girl and a couple posing for the camera and concludes with an amateur puppet show.