1938 Princeton, Fair parade 1955, parade 1964, Princeton vs. Central basketball game 1948.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.
0 current holds with 1 total copy.
|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Princeton PL - Princeton||Local history/GEN VC Princeton (Text)||30890000611796||Local History/Genealogy, Lower level||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 1 videocassette (90 min.)
- Publisher: Princeton, Ind. : s.n., 2014,1938-1964.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| 1938 segement (27 min.): Scan around the courthouse square, man performing a newspaper trick, Seminole Lake outing, people eating, playing and resting in a park, a band concert, inside the Princeton Daily Democrat, inside Shoptaugh Drug Co., a talent show, and segments entitled babies; industries includes miners ending their shift at King's mine, employees of Southern Railway Shop and the hatchery; civil organizations; sororities; life goes to the churches showing peoople leaving Methodist, Broadway Christian, First Baptist, and St. Joseph
Fair parade 1955 (31 min.): Princeton High School Band, Cars, horse carriages, sulkies, old time auto club automobiles, floats, Fort Branch High School Band, Evansville Shriners, Princeton Merchant's Float, White Lumber Company, Haubstadt Sisters of the Bonnet, farm equipment, fairgrounds including the grand stand and inside the Antiques building.
Parade 1964 (12 min.):Princeton and Fort Branch High School Bands, Horses, horse drawn carriages, convertibles, old time automobiles, floats including Potter & Brumfield, Francisco Town Board, farm equipment, Shriners including motorcyle squad, and fireworks.
Highlights of the basketball game between the Princeton Tigers and the Central Bears.
|Summary, etc.:|| The 1938 segment was originally shot by a movie projector and was shown like a newsreel before the actual movie. The fair parade was August 13, 1955 and was shot by a local photographer and was part of the 100 year celebration of the Gibson County Fair. The 1964 parade was July 4, 1964 in celebration of the sesquicentennial of the city of Princeton was shot by a unknown local photographer.All segments were transfer to video cassette and later trannsfer to DVD format.
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