Paul Fournier Collection
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Paul Fournier
Primary Format and Extent
video (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.
Collection Date Range
1955 - 1978
Collection contains a variety of documentary and promotional films about Maine life and industry including footage of log driving, the Tamano oil spill, environmental pollution, skiing, fishing, tourmaline prospecting, the Bath Iron Works, Governor Curtis, Senator Muskie, and the tourist trade. See also Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Collection.
Biographical/Historical Notes
Paul Fournier retired in 1994 from the Maine Department of Fish and Wildlife. He is a professional wildlife cinematographer.
Items in this collection: 5
Showing 1 - 5 of 5:
1) Tourmaline: Maine's Mountain Treasure
Commercial production. Description in 1988 film catalog: The mountains of Maine hold more than inspiration to the poet or a haven of wildness for the sportsman. To the hardy prospector,...more
2) A Girl, A Mountain ... A Bell
Documentary about blind skiingmore
3) Four Seasons of M[ain]e
Promotional film encouraging Maine tourism.more
4) [Log driving, oil spills, pollution]
Footage of log driving, the 1970s Tamano oil spill, environmental pollution.more
5) An Eagle is Flying
Factual work by Fournier Film Co., Inc. for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. First successful eagle egg transplant from Minnesota to Maine, eagle nest building and other wildlife sce...more
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