Footage documenting Bailey's travels to the Canary Islands circa 1971. Shows the metropolitan area and seaport of Las Palmas in Gran Canaria, including the Don Juan hotel. We see Bailey is traveling with her husband, Carson Ritchie.
Footage of a pilot taking off, shot from inside the aircraft. The camera is positioned on the front of the plane, looking back at the pilot. After doing several stunt tricks in the air, he also demonstrates landing.
Begins with the same woman in a corn field from the end of [Lake Paradise, Illinois ca. 1966] and agricultural workers operating machinery. Also features some footage of Bailey's hometown of Mattoon, Illinois, including the square and The Little Theatre.
Home movie capturing Bailey's hometown of Mattoon. Similar to other films of Bailey's documenting rural Illinois, showing corn fields and oil wells at work. Offers a glimpse of the exterior of the Bailey family home at 1516 Wabash Avenue in Mattoon. Bailey then visits a ranch-style home belonging to an unknown family and tours the garden.
Travelogue documenting Bailey's trips to New Zealand, Indonesia, and Cambodia, 1955-1956. Film begins with footage of people playing cricket in Auckland, the Auckland War Memorial Museum, and people enjoying the beach. In Rotorua, Maori women in traditional dress play instruments and perform a dance. Shows the New Zealand Parliamentary Library and Riddiford Baths in Wellington. Captures diverse landscapes of New Zealand, including beaches, snowy mountains, and geothermal areas. Bailey's mother, Nellie Freeman, accompanies her in New Zealand. Footage of Asia primarily shows small village life and men, women, and children working in fields and doing housework. Bailey captures a large celebration complete with a float that has a Hindu temple spire. Ends with extensive footage of Angkor Wat with close-ups of the art and architectural features.
Home movie of the main street and businesses of Noble, Illinois, including the Noble Milling Company. Shows Bernadine Bailey peeks into a silo, oils wells, and men at work. A man opens a valve and oil pours out as the well pumps.