4 Copies of This Film
1) 1428.0004_F16
16mm film; [100 ft.]; Silent; b&w
2) 1428.0001-.0014_IN3/4
3/4inch-video; 60 min; Unknown
3) 1428.0001-.0014_DVD
DVD; 60 min; Unknown
4) 1428.0001-.0014_VHS
VHS; Unknown
[Birch Rock camp footage] Reel 4
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Identifier
1428.0004
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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: LS young men assembled for exercises. Instructor adjusts young man into proper position. American flag raised by young man. Young men salute flag. Pan of salute. (16:06) Young men disperse. Two young men shoveling dirt into large flower pot with small tree planted in it. MS long wooden sticks stuck in the ground. Pail on a rope is raised from underground. Car drives up. MS man attending pail. Cabin. Man adds to dirt pile near cabin. MS man with pick axe trying to extract stones, boulders from ground. Step ladder. Man with axe.
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Summer camps
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