South Pittsburg Historic Preservation Society
Below are four short clips from films shot by the late Mac Hall and Lawrence Honey. Mr. Hall and his father-in-law, Mr. Honey, shot several home movies in and around South Pittsburg that the Hall family allowed us to transfer to DVD for preservation. Many of the films had scenes of the way life was in South Pittsburg that we found most interesting. We wanted to let others see a little of these historic films and have therefore placed the below four short clips taken from some of the 50-plus films shot by these men for your viewing enjoyment. Thanks to the late Edwina Hall and the Hall family for allowing us the opportunity to preserve these films. If you have home movies made around South Pittsburg or surrounding area that have historic scenes in them of the town, schools, churches, people or events, we would love to talk to you about preserving these by transferring them to DVD. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Double click on individual screens below to start and single click to pause. You may also use the controls. You may wish to mute the sound as you hear the projector running. Due to size, may take a few moments for all to download. All films are copyrighted and not to be copied.
1949 - Guard marching through downtown South Pittsburg
Purina event on Second Street and Cedar Avenue in downtown South Pittsburg
Clepper and others water skiing on Tennessee River at South Pittsburg
1952 Football - South Pittsburg Pirate faithful travel through SP downtown
to Jasper where they met Marion County.
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