Texas Archive of the Moving Image is loading...

Texas Rose Festival c. 1940s

Tyler Rose Museum

Silent | 1944

  • Normal
  • Large video
  • Large content
  • Full video
"rtmpconf":{ type:"flv", file:"mp4:2010_00946_480x360.mp4", baseUrl:wgScriptPath + "/extensions/player/", streamServer:'texas-flash.streamguys1.com:443/vod', width:"480", height:"360", config:{ showBrowserControls:false }, poster:"/library/index.php?action=ajax%26rs=importImage%26rsargs[]=Texas Rose Festival c. 1940s tn.jpg%26rsargs[]=480", controls:{ _timerStyle:"sides" } }
Loading Google Maps...
  •  John Osie Branch and Katheryn Ann (Allen) Branch.  (Hassell Branch Cook's parents) 
  •  Passing behind the three women in the foreground is the Tyler High School Blue Brigade member, Hassell Cook.  Ms. Cook, originally from Winona, Texas, joined the Blue Brigade after enrolling at Tyler High School as a senior in 1944.  Her family's farm was part of the tract of land in Winona acquired by the Army to build Camp Fannin. 
Mark Video Segment:
See someone or something you recognize? TAMI Tagging
Click begin and end to mark the segment you wish
to tag. Then enter your comment and click on Tag!
To: tamitags@texasarchive.org
Share this video

Send E-mail


[Hide]Right click this link, select 'open in new tab', and add to bookmarks:
In partnership with:
  • About the video
  • Texas Locations
  • Keywords
This 1940s-era silent film, possibly created by the Tyler Chamber of Commerce, includes footage of the Annual Rose Parade as it makes its way through the streets of downtown, and scenes from the football game played during the festival.