4 Copies of This Film
1) 1428.0011_F16
16mm film; [? ft.]; Silent; b&w and color
2) 1428.0001-.0014_DVD
DVD; 60 min; Unknown
3) 1428.0001-.0014_IN3/4
3/4inch-video; 60 min; Unknown
4) 1428.0001-.0014_VHS
VHS; Unknown
[Birch Rock Camp footage] Reel 11
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Identifier
1428.0011
Date(s)
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: CU smiling boy of six or seven years. Boys walk in woods. Pan of meadow just below mountains. (45:03) Pan trees and inlet. CU man near car. Another man wearing white shirt and tie. He smiles. Man in his twenties stands near car. Men talk. Man in white shirt with hands on hips while talking. Man in hat and glasses. CU smiling boy of three or four years. Little boy in large cardboard box with many packages of corn flakes (cereal). Box is tied to wooden platform attached to wheels. Six people pull it. LS group of boys in the woods. End of reel.
Subject(s)
Camps, Children, Automobiles
Place(s)
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