3 Copies of This Film
1) 2167.0004_F8
Film; 8 mm film; [100 ft.]; Silent; b&w and color
2) 2167.0001-.0005_BSP
BetaCam; 55:47; Silent
3) 2167.0001-.0005_DVD
DVD; 54:47; Silent
Fort Robinson--King Family--home movies. Reel 4
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Credit: King Family Collection, Northeast Historic Film.

Can Descriptions
On can: "Ft. Robinson Scenes"
Viewing Notes
Viewer note, Fort Robinson was breeding and training center for horses and mules for the military. Sign, "Fort Robinson" View of road from car: center line, electricity poles and wires, roadside sign, “Ft. Robinson, Pop. 613.” Color: fence with two dogs, dark views of dogs in yard. Flowers and sprinkler. Stream. b&w: people, horses, many mares and foals. Barn. Elderly man shows of horse. Soldier walks a horse. Young man catches a fish from a stream. Woman catches a fish. Young man shows off four fish on a line. Dog jumps into stream and grabs stick. People on bench outdoors, cars in background. A picnic. Family members throw stick for dog. Picnic table with cake and children. Sidewalk is visible. Outdoor games, bocce? Thermoses set on a table by chimney. Small boy on horse at brick barn. Color: cumulus clouds. Pan of ridgeline. More clouds. Horse excursion, view from hillside with horse head in foreground. Pan of rock formation.
Compiled black-and-white and color home movies of residential life at Fort Robinson, Nebraska, in 1939.
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