4 Copies of This Film
1) 1428.0022_F16
16mm film; [? ft.]; Silent; Color
2) 1428.0022-.0028_IN3/4
3/4inch-video; 59 min; Unknown
3) 1428.0022-.0028_VHS
VHS; 59 min; Unknown
4) 1428.0022-.0028_DVD
DVD; 59 min; Silent
[Birch Rock Camp footage] Reel 22
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circa 1943
Viewing Notes
Amateur footage primarily of camp activities at Birch Rock Camp, Waterford, Me. (and possibly at Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, N.H. (where William Brewster, founder of Birch Rock Camp, was headmaster for many years). NHF cataloguer's notes for Reel 22, 1/13/00 JS: 00:01 CU two smiling young men, age 7 or 8. MS baseball team. Man holding camera. Groups of adults and boys at camp. Dining at wooden table. African American chef. Station wagon with canoes on roof and on trailer. CU smiling boy wearing monogrammed camp shirt. 03:03 Boys at camp with wooden berry boxes. Boys playing tennis. Scenery around lake. Launching canoes. Paddling canoes. Boys with camp truck. 06:00 MS camp building, shot opens to include lake, adjacent mountain side. MS flowers. Boys playing in meadow, eating, walking. CU boy holding frog. Launching canoes. (End Reel 22)
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