3 Copies of This Film
1) 1108.0028_VHS
2) 1108.0028_SVHS
3) 1108.0028_F16
16mm film; 340 ft.; Silent; b&w
[Archie Stewart--home movies] Reel 028
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Can Descriptions
NHF cataloguer's notes, 4/96: Reel 28: Archie Stewart can notes: 1933 Maine fishing trip. Of little interest except to show when there were fish in Grand Lake and how they lived (in tents) before we had camps. Plus cars sold West Point cadets 1933. Screening notes: Canoeing across lake. Men in suits unloading gear. Fishing from canoe. Line of men posing with their catch at tent site. Guides compare length of their big trout. Men dining at linen covered card table by tent, Grandfathers Stewart and Warden. Relaxing with a cigar in campchairs. Man swing smoking can at end of string (bug deterrent, smudge pot). Two men hold 12' pole on shoulders groaning under the weight of their trout and salmon; mostly salmon. Fishing at twilight from canoe. Moving shot of motorized canoe cruising across lake. Men around pumps at rural gas station. Three officers in dress white uniforms. Pan of long line of gleaming automobiles arrayed outside garage. Packards on left Buicks on right. [Mary Stewart Hafer notes: Grandfathers T.W. Stewart and H.A. Warden and guides Rob Golding and Howard Kendall. One or two other men. Campsite on Grand Lake Narrows now occupied by cottage.
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