dontate now

Contact
Join Email List

Facebook  Become a Fan on Facebook
twitter  Follow Us on Twitter

329 West 18th Street Suite #610
Chicago, Illinois 60616
(312) 243-1808
info@chicagofilmarchives.org

Search Collections

Search Collections

Jump to page:
Your search found 31 results.
Filter Search ›
 
This home movie collection was donated by the Wilmette Historical Museum in 2009 and documents the Grove Family from this northern suburb. The four reels were shot by Axel Grove between 1959-1963 and include footage of the Brookfield Zoo, O’Hare International Airport, the Morton Arboretum, Adventure Island Amusement Park, a trip to Wilmette’s beaches, a child’s tennis lesson and a very entertaining living room puppet show.
Identifier: F.2005-04-0110
Filmmaker: Glick, Jacob
Identifier: F.2007-04-0001
Filmmaker: Gasul, Benjamin M. (Benjamin Morris)
Identifier: F.2007-01-0005
Filmmaker: Baker, Jack
Identifier: F.2011-07-0021
Identifier: F.2013-05-0006
Filmmaker: Sisak, Matt
Though the Anti-Cruelty Society's film collection used to be more vast, the nine items in this collection are all that remains. This collection contains a cross between professionally produced educational shorts, as well as amateur film footage. The films feature imagery of petting zoos, animals getting check-ups at a Society clinic, animal training instructions, and the Anti-Cruelty Society's building on Grand Avenue circa 1940.
Identifier: F.2004-02-0153
A collection of home movies documenting the Godman family of Chicago and Evanston, Illinois. The patriarch of the family, Carl Lawrence Godman, shot the majority of the collection. The films primarily feature his wife, Fay F. Godman, and their three sons, David, Andrew, and James. Collection highlights include a 1968 Chicago River boat tour, a trip to the Lincoln Park Zoo as well as home movies Carl shot while serving in the Korean War.
Identifier: F.2005-01-0044
Filmmaker: Diller, Ed
Identifier: F.2005-01-0043
Filmmaker: Diller, Ed