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A Brief History of Sugar Land and the Imperial Sugar Company (1996)
Historian and former KPRC newsman Ray Miller reviews the history of Sugar Land and its flagship business
A Visit to Washington with Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson on Behalf of a More Beautiful America (1966)
Lady Bird Johnson surveys the beauty of the national capital and outlines steps towards a more beautiful ...
Christmas Tree Recycling
An educational film that promotes recycling and outlines successful Christmas tree recycling programs in ...
Exploring the Texas State Parks System
Educational film profiling TPWD’s work in recreation, preservation, and conservation
Goin’ On (1981)
Documentary about the life and legacy of black folklorist J. Mason Brewer
On Ecology: Conservation of Vital Resources (1973)
Public television program about the consequences of environmental exploitation
Simon’s Best Little Whorehouse in Texas: “Texas Has a Whorehouse in It” (1984)
Home video of a charity drag revue featuring songs from the stage and film musical, The Best Little Whore...
Sugar...Pure Cane Sugar
Industrial film about the Imperial Sugar Company, including a jazzy music video about the prevalence of s...
The Al “Beto” Garcia Collection - Interview of Al “Beto” Garcia (2003)
An interview with the founder of the Texas Jazz Festival about his early life as a musician and the histo...
The Edward and Evelyn Schwartz Collection - Vacation in Hawaii (1959)
Home movie from 1959 chronicling a couple’s trip to Hawaii
The Johnson Collection - Hawaiian Vacation (1973)
Home movie footage of a family vacation in Hawaii, including a tour of Pearl Harbor, Aloha Week, and the ...
The Orris D. Brown Collection, no. 7 - A Vacation Junket (1939)
Home movie footage of the Brown family vacation to Tennessee and Washington D.C. in 1939.
The Orris D. Brown Collection, no. 8 - Trip to New Orleans
Home movie footage of the Brown Family's trip to New Orleans in the late 1930s
The Texas Revolution: War and Freedom (1969)
Educational film about the final moments and key battles that led to Texas independence
Watermarks of History: An Informal Memoir of Brazoria County (1959)
Educational film that tells the story of Brazoria County
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