Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
This silent color film shows an Army Day parade through downtown Tulsa in the late 1940s.
This silent Black and White film begins with numerous scenes of an unidentied family, who also appear in the other film reel, a party with children in a pool, and playing around in the yard, along with images of the unidentified mansion they are at.
This silent Black and White film begins with a drive on a mountian road, likely on Pikes Peak. It is followed with scenes taken at the Broadmoore Hotel, an unidentified pueblo, numerous scenes of an unidentied family, who also appear in the other film reel, the Grand Canyon, Indians dancing at a Pow Wow, the petrified forest, and children riding on horseback.
This silent color film depicts an unidentified procession into the church.
This silent color film begins with livestock images a the Tulsa State Fair including a pig, horses cattle, as well as people and rides, as well as a woman high diving into a burning water tank. At 2:20 there is an outdoor concert by Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys followed at 4:40, a rodeo.