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SNOWING. SOMEONE WTIH UMBRELLA OUT WALKING IN SNOW. SWEEPING SNOW OFF PORCH. GOING OUTSIDE. FATHER CARRIES DOG OUT INTO SNOW SNOW. TIES IT TO LEAD. EVERYTHING COVERED IN SNOW. KIDS HOLD UP SIGN. NOW SCHOOL. PLAYING WITH DOG IN SNOW. LOOKING OUT WINDOW. BLIZZARD. KIDS ACTING SILLY AT DOOR. LITTLE PLAYHOUSE OUTSIDE. BROTHER THROWING SNOW. WIZARD OF OZ ON TELEVISION. NO SNOW. DOG PLAYS WITH GRANDFATHER.
small town home covered in snow circa mid-1960's , snow covered garage
family dog trotting through high snow
KIDS HOLD UP SIGN. NOW SCHOOL. PLAYING WITH DOG IN SNOW.
kids acting silly at the glass front door of their home during winter blizzard
small town mid-western house during snowstorm farm house during snow storm - exterior
LITTLE PLAYHOUSE OUTSIDE. BROTHER THROWING SNOW. WIZARD OF OZ ON TELEVISION.
NEW YEAR'S EVE. DECEMBER 31, 1967
ADULTS AND CHILDREN EAT AT BIG TABLE. PARTY EATING. PLAYING POOL. BILLIARDS. CHRISTMAS TREE. LADIES SITTING ON COUCH. BASEMENT ROOM. NOISEMAKERS AT MIDNIGHT. STREAMERS. BLURRY. LINE OF PEOPLE, MARCH OUT AND ACT SILLY. PLAYING GAMES LIKE HOLDING ORANGE BETWEEN TWO PEOPLE, PASSING STRAW WITH MOUTH, DROPPING BALL INTO JAR. DANCING. DOROTHY DANCES WITH BOYFRIEND. AND LITTLE BOY. AND FATHER.
FAMILY CHRISTMAS TIME PARTY - FAMILY PLAYING POOL OR BILLIARDS, NEW YEARS EVE PARTY,NOISE MAKERS PARTY IN BASEMENT OF HOUSE NEW YEARS EVE 1967, FAMILY BLOWS NOISE MAKERS HAVING FUN TOGETHER
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