Exterior of Cleveland airport. Shows aerial footage taken inside the plane. Two men in suits and glasses - one older, with a hat and cigar and one younger. Cut to a wedding (?) and footage taken in Mexico, including an outdoor market, parade, and a waterway with canoes where people are transporting goods. Brief shots of the landscape, cacti, and parrots. Ends with more footage taken over plane wings.
Edward R. Feil, George Feil, Mary Feil Hellerstein
Film documents a car trip out West with visuals showing the car's location on a map. Destinations include Yosemite National Park, Mission San Juan, Hoover Dam, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, the Grand Canyon, and the Painted Desert.
Home movie showing brief shots of the exterior of the Harold Feil home and dark footage of flowers and a wedding cake (possibly from Mary's wedding to Herman). The camera then shows off the interior of a house, including a collection of silver and items in the living room and dining room. Shows of men lounging and sunbathing by a pool. Ends with scenes of a Columbia-Yale football game and shots of the Yale campus.
Home movie footage of France during Ed Feil's military service circa 1946. Shows men in uniform walking in the street with the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel visible in the background. Also has footage of the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, and Unknown Soldier memorial.
Begins with scenes of a garden, a large evergreen tree, and flowers in a front yard. Child's handwriting on a sign reading "The End", some illegible writing, then "Joe". Shots of an unknown boy and Tiger.
Home movie with footage of Air Force planes in an airfield and various activities in the Wilkinson family's yard. Shows Bernadine Bailey's nephew, Paul Freeman Wilkinson, and another boy playing with a Scottish terrier, a chicken coop, and close-ups of the yard's flowers.
Teaching Film Custodians abridged classroom version of 'The Cavalcade of America' television series episode, "A Message From Garcia", which originally aired January 18th, 1955 on ABC-TV. This film dramatizes the exploits and heroism of US Military 1st Lt. Andrew Rowan in Cuba, on the eve of the Spanish-American War. Braving a journey with rebels through the Cuban jungles, risking capture and execution by Spanish troops, Lt. Rowan joined General Calixto García, commander of the rebel forces in eastern Cuba, to assess the strength, efficiency, movements and general military situation. This information, reported by Lt. Rowan, enabled an American troops landing almost entirely without casualties, to join in the liberation of their Cuban allies. Lt. Rowan returns home with a strange message from Garcia.
Soprano Virginia MacWatters was known not only for her impressive operatic career during which she performed in opera houses throughout the United States, Europe, and South America, but also for her dedication to teaching. In 1957 she joined the voice faculty of the Indiana University School of Music where she remained until her retirement in 1982.