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1) 1044.0003_F16
16mm film; [300 ft.]; Silent; b&w
Luther Gulick Camps, Little Wohelo, 1926
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1926 – 1927
Viewing Notes
NHF cataloguer's notes, 11/94 (titles in quotes): 'Such a lovely shallow beach! Even Mildred and Barbara can play with safety here.' Girls in shallows of lake. Building sand castles. 'The large playground affords a place for sports of all kinds.' Girls playing tennis. 'Craft work for nimble fingers, marionettes come first--every girl has her puppet.' Playing with marionettes. Marionettes on a stage, performance. 'At the ocean at Prout's Neck--guests of Mrs. Mitchell.' Large group of girls at seashore. Bathing costumes. 'Every girl learned to ride horseback.' 'Horseback Exhibition Day--The Procession.' Girls riding horseback. Cantering in a ring. Lessons. Jumping. 'Beautiful to see a May Pole braided by these young horseback riders.' May pole braiding. 'Water Sports Day.' Water sports. Canoeing. Trail of girls, each with hands on previous girls' shoulders. 'Frog's Frolic.' Short dance performance. Shots of various girls and women.
Lakes, Summer camps
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