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The Baylor Family Collection, no. 13 - 1966 to 1968

John Baylor

Silent | 1966-1968

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  •  Christmas morning with the Baylor family 
  •  Playing outside 
  •  Playing on swingset in frontyard 
  •  Paddleboat 
  •  Playing with chickens 
  •  Walking around (possibly) a dam 
  •  Aransas National Wildlife Refuge with deer 
  •  Playing in the ocean 
  •  Playing in the front yard 
  •  Inks Lake State Park 
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This home movie footage features the Baylor family enjoying time together, including Christmas morning, pedal boating, and trips to the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge in Austwell, TX and Inks Lake State Park in Burnet, TX.

The Baylor Collection is made up of films capturing two generations of the Baylor family, spanning roughly from the late 1940s to 1980. The majority of the films were taken between 1960 - 1980 by John Baylor, and feature his wife, Diane and their three children, Donna, David, and Darin. John and Diane married in 1962 and lived and raised their children in central Austin. In the early 1970s, with the help of John's brother, they built a lake house on Lake LBJ. Much of the footage in the collection is taken either at the lake house, or on road trips to state parks throughout Texas.