3 Copies of This Film
1) 0158.0001_F16
16mm film; [350 ft.]; Silent; b&w
2) 0158.0001_BSP
BetaCamSP; Unknown; b&w
3) nhf-0158_0001-Uncompressed 10-bit.mov
The Ladies Travel South, 1928--Edward Farrington Abbott--home movies. Reel 1
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Can Descriptions
'Cushman southern No. 1'
Viewing Notes
First of four reels on a trip to the South. NHF cataloguer's notes, 1/96: (10 min.) 'The Ladies Travel South, a four reel picture of scenes from Pinehurst, N.C. to the Mississippi Delta.' March 1928, Georgia. Canon towel mill. Pan of mill outside. Farm. Black pigs. Cows, one cow rubbing head against tree. Calves lying down. Silhouette of biplane in the sky. Pine Needle hotel. Women posing for shot. Women walking, golfing. Horses. Horse competition (shot from a distance). Pan of picket fence. Statue in Native American attire. Shot of large brick institution. Pine trees. Swamp, South Carolina. Heavy moss on trees. Magnolia gardens. Huge gnarled trees. Pan of moss-laden trees blowing in wind. Pan of cultivated gardens, Augusta. Trolley passing. Quick shots of various scenery. Horse and buggy passes. 'High school cadets parade for the Daughters of the American Revolution.' Rows of men in uniform parading. 'The only original slave market in the U.S. at Louisburg, GA.' Outdoor structure. Buggy passes. 'our first roadside lunch at $8.00.' Three women smiling and eating in car. 'The Sunday School picnic in March.' Children in woods. Goats. 'Arriving in Jacksonville, Fla.' Large structure with arches. Benches outside. City streets lined with 1920s cars.
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