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Jumping over Tennis Net
The grown-ups of the Passmore clan let out their inner children as they leap over a tennis net in this early home movie
Home movie 1903 1 mins Silent
The grown-ups of the Passmore clan let out their inner children as they leap over a tennis net in this early home movie, probably taken at the house of Herbert Passmore in Streatham.
The film is one of a collection of 15 home movies, mostly shot by Alfred Ernest Passmore (1867-1948) of his family at home and on holiday between 1902 and 1903.
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