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TAMI celebrates the birth anniversary of Melton Barker.
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This home movie by Galveston businessman George Sealy II depicts the 1931 International Pageant of Pulchritude (originally known as the Bathing Girl Revue) in Galveston, Texas, as well as scenes of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Although the film stock appears black and white, the film was actually shot in Kodacolor, a rare, early, amateur film stock produced by Eastman Kodak.
TAMI is grateful to be awarded a Relief Grant from Humanities Texas and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Round-Up discoveries include historic footage of Amelia Earhart, Hondo Crouch, and McDonald Observatory
TAMI is excited to have two Texas social studies educators to develop, create, and share new education resources in media archives, curation, and digital engagement.
Introspective Cage