The Humboldt History in Motion Series presents newly digitized historic films, made in Humboldt during the first half of the twentieth century, and featuring local life and events in various Humboldt locals. The Historical Society now has nine archival films that have been recently digitized through a program supported by the California Audiovisual Preservation Project. The films you will see on April 4 depict slices of life on the North Coast. Carly Marino of the Humboldt Room at HSU introduces the films, which include footage of the crab industry on Humboldt Bay, featuring Lazio’s Seafood Company. An exciting short film of the 1935 Fourth of July parade in Eureka will be screened, as well as home movies of several families exploring the Marble Mountains in the 1950s.