3 Copies of This Film
1) 2167.0027_F8
Film; 8 mm film; [200 ft.]; Silent; b&w and color
2) 2167.0025-.0028_BSP
BetaCam; 54:52; Silent; b&w and color
3) 2167.0025-.0028_DVD
DVD; 53:52; Silent; b&w and color
Baby from hospital to home--King Family--home movies. Reel 27
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1939 – 1940

Credit: King Family Collection, Northeast Historic Film.

Can Descriptions
VINEGAR SYNDROME // Dates from edge codes on film. // Label on can: 'Patsy to 6 Months. Dec 39 - Jun 40.'
Viewing Notes
First half only transferred due to advanced vinegar syndrome. Art titles of lettering with satin blanket edges top and bottom: "Patricia King" title on blanket. "Chapter 1 Three Days Old" ECU baby and mother, grandmother holds baby. Mother in background in hospital bed. Images of baby are blurry. Father with baby, "Home at Last" title Grandmother holds baby in blanket. Mother emerges carrying coat. Grandmother holds baby, the mother and she are in car. They get out of car, walk into house. Baby in basket waves hands. Baby looks at camera, some deterioration in image. "Christmas" title Mother in front of tree, holds baby on lap and holds stuffed bunny. Smiles at camera. Baby in crib, image instability from shrinkage. "One Month" instability continues. Feeding baby with spoon, various shots. Bathing baby in canvas bath. Baby in towel. Baby cries; mother rubs front and back. Baby feet in sunshine. Baby crying and waving feet, mother wipes eyes with cotton ball; diapering baby. Views of baby with image instability. Mother bends over baby in wicker crib, picks baby up. They are in office or study room. Out of focus baby head shots. Baby wailing, then given bottle. Grandmother dressed in hat and jewelry holds baby (instability problems) Couple walks with baby; mother holds baby outside. Walking into house marked 199LS. Two babies in crib together. Two women holding babies.
Compiled black-and-white and color home movies of baby Patricia King's first months at home with her family.
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