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Wichita Falls Round-Up and History Harvest (2018)

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In this 2018 segment for KFDX News, reporter Landon McBride chronicles the Texas Film Round-Up and History Harvest at the Wichita Falls Public Library. On August 4, 2018, the Texas Archive of the Moving Image (TAMI) partnered with Humanities Texas to host a joint digitization event open to Wichita Falls and surrounding area residents. TAMI accepted films and videotapes for its free digitization program, while Humanities Texas scanned photographs and paper documents on site.