4 Copies of This Film
1) 1428.0026_F16
16mm film; [? ft.]; Silent; b&w and color
2) 1428.0022-.0028_DVD
DVD; 59 min; Silent
3) 1428.0022-.0028_IN3/4
3/4inch-video; 59 min; Unknown
4) 1428.0022-.0028_VHS
VHS; 59 min; Unknown
[Birch Rock camp footage] Reel 26
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circa 1951
Can Descriptions
Amateur footage primarily of camp activities at Birch Rock Camp, Waterford, Me. (and possibly at Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, NH. (where William Brewster, founder of Birch Rock Camp, was headmaster for many years). NHF cataloger's notes for Reel 26, 1/13/00, JS: Outdoor dining at camp. Chef and assistants dressed in white. 17:00 MS two African American chefs preparing food. Pan evergreens around lake. Boys around campfire. CU man holding terrier. Boy drinking from tin cup. Man cooking eggs over campfire. Boy emerging from tent. Man chopping wood. Forest scenery. Sign: '1876 Appalachian Mountain Club, 1878. Pinkham Notch Camp.' Young men walking. 21:00 Waterfall. Scenery. Young men climbing mountain. 24:00 Foliage. Lake. Sailboats. Cabin. Boys showing off fish catch. 27:00 Boys walking and waving at camera. Four boys riding horses. Two men playing tennis. Horse riding. 30:01 LS field, trees, lake, mountains. MS tennis court. CU black horse. CU of individual boys. Boys holding fish aloft.
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