This silent home movie footage shows the Daniel family visiting Florida and elsewhere, in 1966. It includes the activities of E. Clifton Daniel, Margaret Truman Daniel, Clifton Truman Daniel, William Wallace Daniel, Harrison Gates Daniel, and baby Thomas Washington Daniel, plus their unidentified nanny. A portion of this footage is closed for privacy reasons.
Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972
This silent home movie footage features E. Clifton Daniel, Margaret Truman Daniel, Clifton Truman Daniel, and William Wallace Daniel, along with former president Harry S. Truman and former first lady Bess Truman, and E. Clifton Daniel and Elvah Daniel in New York and in Bermuda. A portion of this footage is closed for privacy reasons.
This silent home movie, presumably shot by E. Clifton Daniel, shows Margaret Truman Daniel, E. Clifton Daniel, Clifton Truman Daniel, William Wallace Daniel, and baby Harrison Gates Daniel at home in New York City and in Florida. Also included in this footage are former president Harry S. Truman and former first lady Bess Truman. A portion of this footage is closed for privacy reasons.
Silent home movies from the family of Clifton Daniel and Margaret Truman Daniel during in 1965. Summertime footage includes the Daniel children swimming in a pool; former President Harry Truman and former First Lady Bess Truman visiting the Daniels; Halloween; Christmas; Harrison Gates Daniel's birthday; trip to Sarasota, Florida and the Circus Hall of Fame; Cypress Gardens; a New York City parade; Kiddieland; Harrison Gates Daniel taking his first steps; and newborn Thomas Washington Daniel.
Silent home movie coverage of the Daniel family, c. 1968. This footage includes celebrations and vacations of Margaret Truman Daniel, her husband Clifton Daniel, their children Clifton Truman Daniel, William Wallace Daniel, Harrison Gates Daniel, and Thomas Washington Daniel; plus Margaret's parents, former President Harry S. Truman and Bess Truman. Includes Christmas celebrations, winter scenes, vacation in Key West, Florida, a visit to the Ernest Hemingway house, a baseball game, a birthday celebration, and a visit to Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia.
Begins as black and white Warner-Pathe Newsreel with sound; then spliced in with silent color home movie at 0:48. The newsreel portion is copyrighted material; the home movie portion is in the public domain.
Silent home movie-style footage shot by the US Navy during President Truman's March 1, 1948 trip to Key West. It includes dark footage of the President's press conference on the lawn of the Little White House; then moves on to the fishing exploits of the Presidential party; exploring rock walls; and tossing a football on the beach. Includes Clark Clifford, William Hassett, Mr. Bautista, Mr. Santiago, Robert Landry, Robert Dennison, and Eben Ayers. This film is edited with titles for each segment.
County Judge Harry S. Truman (President of the Old Trails Association) speaks at the dedication of the Madonna of the Trails Pioneer Monument in Lexington, Missouri. He is presented with a pair of bookend replicas of the monument by representatives of the Daughters of the American Revolution, who donated the statue. Mrs. John Trigg Moss, from St. Louis, Chairman of the National Old Trails Road Committee of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, had a prominent part in the ceremony. Voiceover narration is by Graham McNamee.
This home movie shows a brief clip of President Harry S. Truman visiting Visalia, California on his whistle stop train tour during the 1948 presidential campaign. The remainder of the footage shows unrelated footage of the family of Glenn Sheets and Betty Sheets.
An edited 8mm film with short footage scenes depicting the inaugural parade.