Relatives and archivists from the University of Georgia recently oversaw the restoration of more than a dozen of the Ethridge family home movies shot between 1930s and the 1950s.

The films, which were restored with a $11,100 grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation, will make their public debut at the family’s Mule Day celebration Saturday.

Mule Day allows visitors to explore the century-old buildings and learn more about the history of the 200-year-old farm.


Source: Online Athens