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These 16mm reels from the 1950s are Kodachrome home movies of a Filipino American family in California and Hawai'i. Footage was taken by George Cayetano. Footage includes arrival of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos, Former President and First Lady of the Philippines, at Hickam Field in Honolulu, Hawai'i. Footage also covers the Filipino-American farming community in Delano, California, documenting farming life, community festivals and parades, family life, and social gatherings like a Filipino Debut, a coming-of-age ceremony. Additional Descriptive Notes: Material is courtesy of the Visual Communications Collection at the Academy Film Archive.
Celebrations Agriculture Filipinos--Social life and customs Parades Marcos, Imelda Romualdez, 1929- Marcos, Ferdinand E., 1917-1989
Delano (Calif.) Hickam Air Force Base (Hawaii)
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