5 Copies of This Film
1) 1108.0059_F16
16mm film; 330 ft.; Sound; b&w and color
2) 1108.0059_VHS
VHS
3) 1108.0059_SVHS
4) 1108.0057-.0061_DVD
DVD; Unknown
5) nhf-1108_0059a Mary Stewart speech-Apple ProRes 4444 24fps.mov
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[Archie Stewart--home movies] Reel 059
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Identifier
1108.0059
Date(s)
1941, 1949
Can Descriptions
Reel 59: Archie Stewart can notes: 1. Bits of sound from desk drawer 21 November 1949. 2. Mother with birthday cake. 3. Picnic at Cronomer's [Cronomer Hill Park, Newburgh, NY]. 4. Reenactment at Brookside ten years later. 5. Mary's valedictory.
Viewing Notes
SOUND Screening notes: Sound Archie narrating, mother given cake for 63rd birthday. People around campfire, waving bushes. (Poor ambient sound.) Gathered around picnic table, etc. Mother Mary and holding Ann (begins with double exposure, airplane). Standing beside Brookside Pond, Ann gives mother bouquet of wild flowers. Archie by Brookside Pond: 'The pictures which follow ... I took 10 years ago today.' Young woman (Mary) practicing speech for Class of 1941 graduation (Christmas tree left, piano right). References to World War II. '..responsibility of our generation to establish order... probable the entire world will have to adjust to new social and economic scale... (Education) only thing once gained that cannot be taken away.' (Color)
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