Home Movies of South Carolina Collection - Accession 1281
1948, 1950s, nd
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Scope and Content Note
The Home Movies of South Carolina Film Collection consists of seven 16mm films which mainly depict everyday life in South Carolina, however one film is labeled Saluda, NC. The creator of the films is unknown and were given to the donor who gave them to the Winthrop Archives. They appear to have been filmed in Myrtle Beach, SC and possibly Lancaster, SC but it is unclear where (and when) most of them were shot. Events commemorated are a parade, a classroom party, May Day, Boy Scout activities, and a family dog. Four of the seven films were labeled. Below is a listing of them:
- Unlabeled Film: Film is of family vacations
- Unlabeled Film: Unplayable and showing heavy film decay
- “Scout Institute: October 16, 17, 1948, Saluda, NC.”
- “Myrtle Beach: July 12, 1948”
- “Pie’s Dog, Eight Weeks Old”
- Unlabeled: Appears to be a parade in Lancaster, SC ca1950s
- “Pie’s Classroom Party, May 28, 1948,” “May Day, May 18, 1948,” and “Fish Stew”
Home Movies of South Carolina Films Collection were donated to the Archives by Bob Shannon.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Home Movies of South Carolina Collection - Accession 1281". Finding Aid 978.