Browse Items (120 total)

  • Collection: D. J. Angus Moving Pictures
Go to Colorado. Western Trip (Part 1) item page

Western Trip. Unidentified areas.
Go to Colorado. Western Trip (Part 1) item page

Western Trip. Unidentified areas.
Go to Colorado. Western Trip (Part 2) item page

Western Trip. Wolf's Creek Pass and unidentified areas.
Go to Colorado. Western Trip (Part 2) item page

Western Trip. Wolf's Creek Pass and unidentified areas.
Go to Florida. Alligators, 1931 item page

Alligators in pens. 16mm film shot by D.J. Angus while on a family trip to Florida in 1931. [0:27]
Go to Florida. Alligators, 1931 item page

Alligators in pens. 16mm film shot by D.J. Angus while on a family trip to Florida in 1931. [0:27]
Go to Florida. Bradenton-St. Petersburg Ferry, 1935 item page

Film of the Bradenton-St. Petersburg Ferry. 16mm film shot by D.J. Angus while on a family trip in 1935. [0:06]
Go to Florida. Bradenton-St. Petersburg Ferry, 1935 item page

Film of the Bradenton-St. Petersburg Ferry. 16mm film shot by D.J. Angus while on a family trip in 1935. [0:06]
Go to Florida. Florida. St. Petersburg from Goodyear blimp, 1932 item page

St. Petersburg, Florida area taken from the Goodyear blimp, Reliance. 16mm film shot by D.J. Angus while on a family trip in 1932. [3:42]
Go to Florida. Florida. St. Petersburg from Goodyear blimp, 1932 item page

St. Petersburg, Florida area taken from the Goodyear blimp, Reliance. 16mm film shot by D.J. Angus while on a family trip in 1932. [3:42]
Go to Florida. Gandy Bridge, 1931 item page

The Gandy Bridge spanned upper Tampa Bay from St. Petersburg to Tampa, Florida. At the time it was completed in 1924, it was the longest automobile toll bridge in the world. It was dismantled in 1975. 16mm film shot by D.J. Angus while on a family…
Go to Florida. Gandy Bridge, 1931 item page

The Gandy Bridge spanned upper Tampa Bay from St. Petersburg to Tampa, Florida. At the time it was completed in 1924, it was the longest automobile toll bridge in the world. It was dismantled in 1975. 16mm film shot by D.J. Angus while on a family…
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