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The mission of the Al Larvick Conservation Fund is to preserve historical and cultural heritage through conservation, education and public accessibility of American analog home movie, amateur cinema and community recording collections.

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Al Larvick Fund
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This clip (4628-29) is part of the  Jim Hubbard Lesbian/Gay Community Film Footage . The collection includes moving image footage shot by filmmaker Jim Hubbard. More About This Collection: “I started making films in 1974.  In 1978, I began filming the Lesbian & Gay community.  I have continued to film demonstrations and other public events and parties, gatherings and other more private moments of the Queer community ever since. I have always considered this footage to be home movies...
Topics: LGBT, LGBT History, LGBT Activism, Lesbian and Gay Pride Marches, Pride Marches, New York City...
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by Gisella Sizemore
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This clip (#9714)  is part of the  Leonard Wood Sizemore Cold War Family Campfire Collection . Leonard Sizemore is the primary filmmaker though the films were selected specifically to include other family members perspectives who are behind the camera. It was a Sizemore family legacy of filmmaking and photography,  each viewing the family’s lives together, and through their independent eye, with varied framing, panning, and topics chosen to record. His daughter, Lillian Sizemore is the...
Topics: home movies, amateur cinema, super 8 film, 8mm film, 1960s Europe, 1960s lifestyle, 1960s fashions,...
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This clip (4624-25) is part of the  Jim Hubbard Lesbian/Gay Community Film Footage . The collection includes moving image footage shot by filmmaker Jim Hubbard. More About This Collection: “I started making films in 1974.  In 1978, I began filming the Lesbian & Gay community.  I have continued to film demonstrations and other public events and parties, gatherings and other more private moments of the Queer community ever since. I have always considered this footage to be home movies...
Topics: Cruising, LGBT History, LGBT Activism, Media Portrayal of LGBT Characters, Al Pacino, William...
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This clip (4626) is part of the  Jim Hubbard Lesbian/Gay Community Film Footage . The collection includes moving image footage shot by filmmaker Jim Hubbard. More About This Collection: “I started making films in 1974.  In 1978, I began filming the Lesbian & Gay community.  I have continued to film demonstrations and other public events and parties, gatherings and other more private moments of the Queer community ever since. I have always considered this footage to be home movies for...
Topics: home movies, New York, politics, activism, protest, dissent, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, Super 8, 8mm,...
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by Jim Hubbard
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This clip (4624-25) is part of the  Jim Hubbard Lesbian/Gay Community Film Footage . The collection includes moving image footage shot by filmmaker Jim Hubbard. More About This Collection: “I started making films in 1974.  In 1978, I began filming the Lesbian & Gay community.  I have continued to film demonstrations and other public events and parties, gatherings and other more private moments of the Queer community ever since. I have always considered this footage to be home movies...
Topics: Ondine, Andy Warhol, Chelsea Girls, Loves of Ondine, Vinyl, Sally Dixon, Carnegie Museum,...
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This clip (4624-25) is part of the Jim Hubbard Lesbian/Gay Community Film Footage . The collection includes moving image footage shot by filmmaker Jim Hubbard. More About This Collection: “I started making films in 1974.  In 1978, I began filming the Lesbian & Gay community.  I have continued to film demonstrations and other public events and parties, gatherings and other more private moments of the Queer community ever since. I have always considered this footage to be home movies for...
Topics: home movies, New York, politics, activism, protest, dissent, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, Super 8, 8mm,...
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This clip (4627) is part of the  Jim Hubbard Lesbian/Gay Community Film Footage . The collection includes moving image footage shot by filmmaker Jim Hubbard. More About This Collection: “I started making films in 1974.  In 1978, I began filming the Lesbian & Gay community.  I have continued to film demonstrations and other public events and parties, gatherings and other more private moments of the Queer community ever since. I have always considered this footage to be home movies for...
Topics: LGBT History, LGBT Activism, National March for Lesbian and Gay Rights, Washington, DC, Charlotte...