You have a chance to preserve Texas history through the Texas Film Round-Up sponsored by the state. The group provides free digitization for Texas-related films and videos in exchange for the donation of a digital copy of the materials to www.texasarchive.org.
They will be at the paramount in downtown Abilene Saturday from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Since 2008, the program has provided new access to more than 12,000 films and videos and served hundreds of individuals and institutions.
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