Kenneth Isely produced a one hour video entitled,
"The Iselys of Fairmont Hill." It will be made available in its entirety
on this site when bandwidth permits.
a low resolution rendition of the first 12 minutes (72 Mbytes).
Carol Isely in 1991 (45 MByte)
This was recorded by her son John.
A visit to Wichita in
1935 (18 MByte)
This was filmed without sound by Charles Christian (CC) Isely Jr when he and his family visited Wichita in 1935. He and his wife Mildred added the narration later. The film features (in order of appearance) Elise Dubach Isely, her great-grandson, Trey (CC Isely III), Aunt Jo (Lydia Isely Wellman), Frances Nickerson Isely, James Thornton Isely (with Trey), and Aunt Alice (Mary Alice Isely).
The Kansas Iselys
gathering for Elise's funeral in 1936 (6 MByte)
This was filmed without sound by CC Isely Jr. The narration was added more than 50 years later by Katherine and David McGuire.
Charles Christian Isely (I)
tells a story to his Grandson Trey in Dodge City (7 MByte)
This was filmed without sound by CC Isely Jr. The video footage was then later combined with a 1947 wire recording of CC Isely telling a similar story. The wire recording is preceeded by an audio introduction by CC Isely Jr. His Mother, Almeda is featured at the end.