Knox County Camera Club Collection
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Primary Format and Extent
video (140 mins.) : si., col. ; 3/4 in.
Secondary Format and Extent
video (47 min.) : si., col. ; 1/2 in.
Summary
Collection contains a factual work, "A Portrait of Our People: Mid-Coast Maine, 1940," looking at Rockland, Maine, and vicinity. Scenes include town buildings and local industries, public celebrations, winter and summer sports, and people. The collection also includes videotape copies of production materials for Knox County on Parade, co-produced with the Farnsworth Museum. See also Wilbur Senter Collection and Farnsworth Museum Collection.
Biographical/Historical Notes
The Knox County Camera Club was formed in 1937. Original footage is 16 mm. film.
Genre(s)
Documentary
Place(s)
Items in this collection: 5
Showing 1 - 5 of 5:
1) A Portrait of Our People, Mid-Coast Maine, 1940
Knox County life in 1940. Starts with quick shots of community activities such as bicycling, skiing, parades, eating. The S.S. America ship in Penobscot Bay. Troops parade through Rockl...more
2) [Knox County on Parade sound track]
Soundtrack of 'Knox County on Parade 1940' production.more
3) Knox County on Parade 1940 DISTRIBUTION MASTER
DISTRIBUTION MASTER. // Submaster of 'Knox County on Parade' production. Original 16 mm. footage is in Farnsworth Museum Collection (acc. 0785). // For distribution duplication only.more
4) Knox County on Parade 1940
Videotape copies of 'Knox County on Parade' (original footage is 16 mm. film): actualities taken in Rockland and surrounding communities, scenes including town buildings and local indus...more
5) Knox County on Parade 1940
New version of first (1941) 'Knox County on Parade' production; footage used in both productions was shot in 1940. (See acc. 0914 for info. on the first version. Acc. 0914 comprises vid...more
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