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[Gillian and Jocelyn at the Seaside]
A film of the Emberton family on a holiday.The two daughters play on a sandy beach and in a garden with their parents and dog. Their mother flies a kite and Jocelyn rides a tricycle. Their father, Joseph is seen briefly with the girls. Scenes show an estuary with boats and a shot of a Hindenburg Zeppelin, with Nazi Swastika on the fins [D-LZ 27?], flying over head.
[Jocelyn and Gillian in the Garden]
Scenes of the Emberton family, featuring young sisters Jocelyn and Gillian at home. Mother Kathleen, and father Joseph, play with the girls in the garden; the girls play with toys and the dog, and Jocelyn helps to build a snowman.
Joce and Gill at Home
|Date||1936 - 1940||ID||1563|
A compilation of family scenes spanning the late 1930s filmed by architect Joseph Emberton. The youngest daughter learns to walk; the two daughters play in the garden; the grandparents visit; there are outings to a lido, two birthday parties and a Christmas dinner. They also visit the Casino building in Blackpool, designed by Joseph Emberton.
[‘Tudor House’ Garden; Holiday in June; Winter Scenes]
|Date||1936 - 1937||ID||7488|
This silent film by Emile Lauste features a number of family and friends at Tudor House, West Wickham. Much of the film includes scenes of Bessie with Alva, her son, in the garden. The family are also seen relaxing with a number of family friends.
A film of the Emberton family on holiday in Slapton in Devon. The film features the young daughters, Jocelyn and Gillian, horse riding. Their mother, Kathleen, and the girls go on outings in the countryside and to the coast. The family are also filmed watching a fox hunt on Dartmoor and at a point-to-point race meeting.
[Seaside Holiday at Polzeath]
Scenes of the Emberton family on holiday at the seaside at Polzeath filmed by the father, Joseph Emberton. The film includes scenes of the young girls, Jocelyn and Gillian, with their mother, Kathleen, playing on the beach, paddling in the water, climbing on rocks on the foreshore, and relaxing with family and friends.
Rosemary; [Family Events of 1939]
|Date||1937; 1938; 1939||ID||1673|
Films by the Gowlland family, focusing on their first child, Rosemary, at home and on holiday. The films, begin with Rosemary as a new baby and show her growing up as she learns to crawl and then walk. Rosemary plays in the garden, has her first Christmas, and enjoys days at the beach at Middleton with the family.
[Eastbourne; Domestic Garden; Cotswolds; Wedding Scenes]
|Date||; [ca.1938 - 1939 ?]||ID||5437|
This family film includes the seafront at Eastbourne, a visit to Bibury, and a boat ride on the River Coln. The film ends with a series of family portraits of men in RAF and US Army uniforms and scenes at a wedding.
Julia and Park
This tinted colour and black and white film shows everyday life for the Corder family, opening with the children playing in the garden, on a day out to a park and on a family picnic in the countryside.
[Wedding; Baby Pam; Broadstairs holidays and Uncle Mack's Minstrels Show]
A wedding followed by many scenes featuring Pam, the film maker's baby daughter both at home in the family garden and on holiday with friends and family in Broadstairs, Kent. There is also a view of the seaside performers, Uncle Mack's Minstrels in full make-up and costume.
[The Derby; Hunt at Chobham; Horse Show; Ascot]
A compilation of items filmed by Joseph Emberton of his wife and daughters on various outings, including; trips to the races, at a drag hunt and on a picnic.
Joce and Gill on Holiday
Two films of the Emberton family on holiday in Polzeath in the Summers of 1938 and 1939. Both films feature several scenes of the two children, Jocelyn and Gillian and their mother Kathleen on the beach, paddling and swimming in the water. Kathleen is filmed surfing/body boarding on a simple wooden board, and the family go on a fishing trip.
[Glimpses of Pre-war Worthing and Everyday Folk]
|Date||1938 - 1939||ID||3377|
This silent amateur film captures numerous street scenes in Worthing, in particular those which took place during the harsh winter of 1938. It also records 'Sparks and Son Builders and Contractors' working on various local buildings.
This series of amateur films shows several constructed narratives based on Hinchliff family life, including the mother learning how to drive, eating a banana played backwards and two stop frame animated films.
Sidney Bligh's film records a few moments of 'Cousin Peter' as a toddler, then focuses on the early years of his daughter, Joan Mary - from a newly born baby to toddler, in this collection of small snippets from 1939 to 1942.
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