Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes over 26,000 feet of film donated by Carolyn Karst, daughter of Bernie Lever, founder of Southeastern Film Processing, the first motion picture laboratory in Columbia, SC. The collection also includes advertising and educational films, and equipment.
A collection of home movies and high school football films taken by Olin E. Gambrell of Honea Path, SC. The home movies shot by Mr. Gambrell include his family in Honea Path, the birth and birthdays of his children, family gatherings at Easter time, and footage from his army days, including his time stationed in Vietnam. All footage is shot on 8mm and Super 8mm film stock.
This collection of 247 films is eclectic. It includes news footage, home movies, prints of major Hollywood productions, Castle films, Castle film distribution catalogs, and equipment. The bulk of the collection (137,125 feet) is on 16mm; a subset (1,642 feet) is on 35mm.
This collection contains 762 color and black and white films. Primarily 16mm, there are also 55 8mm films and two 35mm nitrate films. In addition to family life, the collection is especially strong in its documentation of railroads, highways, and transportation culture.
This collection of home movies, shot by Mr. Bert Watson, of Fredericktown, Ohio, feature his wife Ruth, and daughters Janet, Deborah and Susan, as well as some of their many friends, family, and neighbors. These films were shot in the 1950s and show the local area around their home in Ohio, as well as their vacation trips to Florida and the West.