1 Item in This Collection
1) [Harry A. Domincovich--home movies]
Reel note: 'Sis--Family--1929-[?].' General viewing notes: Harry A. Domincovich's cottage (Harry Domincovich founded Flying Moose Lodge, a boys' camp, in 1920). Film also includes Marga...   more
Domincovich, Paul Collection
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Credit: Paul Domincovich Collection, Northeast Historic Film. Ruth Domincovich and Mary Hare in Philadelphia.
Primary Format and Extent
film (250 ft.) : si., b&w : 16 mm. reversal
Collection Date Range
1929 – 1935
Collection contains [Harry A. Domincovich--home movies] with footage of the Domincovich family's cottage at Flying Moose Lodge on Craig Pond in East Orland, Maine. Film also shows family scenes at their winter home in Philadelphia and Domincovich's Model T Ford. See also Harrie B. Price Collection.
Biographical/Historical Notes
Paul Domincovich's father, Harry A. Domincovich, founded the Flying Moose Lodge boys' camp, in 1920 and was business manager for Camp Megunticook in Camden, Maine, every summer. The Domincovich's winter home was in Philadelphia where Domincovich taught English and Latin at Germantown Friends School.
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