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Morgenthau family visits a dude ranch; Lindbergh welcome home parade in NYC

Film | Accession Number: 2015.255 | RG Number: RG-60.1567 | Film ID: 4121

Quick shot of an ocean liner. Henry Jr., Henry III, Robert, and Joan Mogenthau sail model ships in their swimming pool at the farm. Franklin D. Roosevelt campaigning in a town, parade. The children and their father ice skate on a frozen pond. In a warmer season, the children drive a battery operated toy car (red bug) in the street in front of their house, and the boys let Joan drive. The family practices horseback riding while adults race horses, somewhere in the Rocky Mountains at a dude ranch. Scenes of the mountain range in Wyoming. The family visited Grand Teton Park before it was open to the public. 00:30:59 Good family portrait of the Morgenthaus on a mountain. More horseback riding. Henry Jr. and Elinor prepare food around a campfire. Brief shots of farming, houses, a lake, and desert formations or ruins. Back at the campsite, the family cooks. Cowboys load mules with heavy bags in the desert and travel through the Rockies. 00:33:40 The children play tennis and swim in the pool at their farm. Very quick shots of river and scenery.

00:34:10 New York City welcomes home Charles Lindbergh with a ticker-tape parade on June 13, 1927, filmed from the balcony or window of a city building.

Event:  1926-1930
New York, NY, United States
Colorado, United States
Wyoming, United States
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Henry Morgenthau III
Record last modified: 2021-06-03 12:46:36
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