Hollins, Mariette Collection
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Primary Format and Extent
film (1,450 ft.) : si., b&w and col. ; 16mm
Collection Date Range
1928 - 1963
Summary
This Collection consists of 4 16mm films shot by Margaret May McGrew Hunter between 1928 to 1963. Margaret and her husband were missionaries from New Haven Connecticut. A majority of the footage was taken in England, California, and Hawaii and depicts family activities, a boar hunt and pig roast, fishing and parades.
Items in this collection: 4
Showing 1 - 4 of 4:
1) [Margaret May McGrew Hunter--home movies] Reel 1
Amateur footage. Can notes: No. J. Blk and white, Prince of Walec-Hon; Polo--Uncle Jay 1928; Polo-Army Game 1928; England-Rowes, Graf Zeppelin. Processing notes, PSL: Marching Band, pol...more
2) [Margaret May McGrew Hunter--home movies] Reel 2
Amateur footage. Processing notes, PSL: Lakeside scenes with fir trees, picnic, fishing, women feeding ducks; sheep farm, boy with dog and puppie, rodeo; boys aerial footage of farm, po...more
3) [Margaret May McGrew Hunter--home movies] Reel 3
Amateur footage. Can notes: Judo boys 1939 Rizole Day, M's birthday 1942. Processing notes, PSL: Hawaiian men in traditional dress, dignitaries (in white) seated before men, ritual cere...more
4) [Margaret May McGrew Hunter--home Movies] Reel 1
Two men and two dogs hunt boar. The boar is caught, slaughtered, and prepared for a traditional underground pig roast.more
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