Paul P. and Lucy G. Arbo Collection
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Primary Format and Extent
film (800 ft.) : si., b&w and col. ; 16 mm. reversal pos.
Collection Date Range
1930 - 1949
Summary
Collection contains [Edward P. Arbo--home movies] (1949) with scenes of a log drive on the east branch of the Pleasant River. Collection also contains an amateur fictional work: "Little Log Cabin in the Northern Woods" (1930s) by A.K. Schuster, a story film about a young woman on a hunting trip with a Maine guide, which includes scenes of men working in Paul Arbo's lumber camp on Ebeemee Mountain, and canoeing on Ebeemee Lake.
Biographical/Historical Notes
A.K. Schuster, a New Haven dentist, came to Brownville with his daughter Frances, who is shown in his film. Paul Arbo was their guide in Maine, and also appears. Edward Arbo is Paul Arbo's son; he lives in Charlotte, Maine, and Lake Wales, Florida.
Genre(s)
Amateur
Place(s)
Items in this collection: 2
Showing 1 - 2 of 2:
1) [Dr. A.K. Schuster--home movies] Little Log Cabin in the Northern Pines
Amateur story film called 'The Little Log Cabin in the Northern Pines' by Dr. A.K. Schuster of New Haven, CT, a dentist who came to Brownville, Maine, with his daughter, Frances. France...more
2) [Edward P. Arbo--home movies] Long Log Drive
Long log drive, East Branch of the Pleasant River. Views of men on river pushing logs into stream, falling into water, batteaus.more
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