4 Items in This Collection
1) [Lubec Movie Queen]
A crowd of women. Men in uniform. Panning shot of water and coastline. Two boys in a rowboat. A car with a sign for ‘Movie Queen’ on the front. A crowd of people on the dock. A boat app...   more
2) [Lubec Movie Queen]
Apparently a dupe made from 0748.0001 - 1948 edge code on film is print-through. // Prior records for this item list 1936 as date - no indication why. // Item consists of 2 reels, each...   more
3) [Moses Pike--home movies] NHF Reel 2, Items 5-18
NHF 'Reel 2, Items 5-18' and 'Reel 3, Items 19-38.' NHF cataloguer's notes as follows. Can/box notes in quotes. 5. 'Tuna hunt. Canadian geese. Ice fishing. Bird hunting. Sea fishing. Pe...   more
4) [Moses Pike--home movies] NHF Reel 3, Items 19-38
NHF 'Reel 3, Items 19-38.' Amateur footage. Can/box notes in quotes. Note: needs viewing/cataloguing to verify contents. 17. [b&w, dc 1935] 18. [color, dc 1935] 19. 'Nigger King [?] (Ha...   more
Rugh, Anne Collection
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Anne Rugh
Credit: Lubec Movie Queen, Anne Rugh Collection, Northeast Historic Film. Lubec, Maine. "Movie Queen," ca. 1936.
Primary Format and Extent
film (5,000 ft.) : si., b&w and col. ; 16 mm. reversal pos.
Collection Date Range
1930 – 1940
Collection consists of the [Moses Pike--home movies], footage of fishing and hunting activities, coastal scenes, children with toys, and family events including a wedding. Other scenes appear of cruise ship, tropical ports of call, and bullfight. Collection also contains a copy of "Movie Queen, Lubec," a 1936 film that provides a tour of Lubec with a short amateur drama about kidnapping the movie queen. See also Movie Queen, Lubec Collection.
Biographical/Historical Notes
Moses Pike, grandfather of Anne Rugh, lived in Lubec. Producer of "Movie Queen, Lubec" was Margaret Cram.
People and Organizations
Pike Family
Northeast Historic Film
Access is restricted; consult repository for detail.
Condition Governing Reproduction and Use
Authorization to reuse and/or reproduce must be obtained from Northeast Historic Film. See http://oldfilm.org/content/stock-footage-licensing for more information.
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