6 Copies of This Film
1) 0818.0001_IN3/4
2) 0818.0001_DVD
3) 0818.0001_F16
16mm film; [300 ft.]; Silent; b&w
4) 0818.0001_DVD
DVD; Unknown
5) nhf-0818_0001a.mov
6) nhf-0818_0001.mov
[Albert Conley--home movies] Reel 1
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1928 – 1934
Can Descriptions
Notes from film tag: 'Automobile trips in Maine.' // 1928, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934 edge codes on film. // Film has twist throughout. // Intertitle: 'Automobile Trips in Maine.' Cape Elizabeth, lighthouse, waves crashing. Rocky coast. Two women walking by shore. Woman entering automobile. Town vista, foggy. Electric street car in front of townhouses. Town in winter. Man entering house. Downtown with cars, busy street scene (traffic). Portland. Chaplin Building, pedestrians, urban setting. Monument Square, Congress Street. Commercial Street. Large tents, circus. People gathered by rocky cove. Sign for Brunswick. Man with St. Bernard (dog) in town. Downtown Brunswick. Main Street, man with dog again. Sign for Bath. Toll bridge with St. Bernard at the beginning of the bridge; Carlton Bridge (built 1927). Bath harbor with boats. Steam ship passing under bridge in Bath. Two older women walking in town then stopped in front of houses. Sign: 'Cedar Crest Over Night Cabins' [Cedar Crest Cabins on Route 1 in Camden, Maine, started as Cedar Crest Camp in 1918, added cabins in 1929.] Sign: 'Lancey House W.W. Lehr' Pittsfield, Maine. Downtown Freeport. People hiding behind shrubs. Augusta Capitol Building steps and view of Capitol Park. Crowd in bleachers for foot race. Family at play with St. Bernard dog. Sign: 'Penobscot River Old Town Milford.' Milford Dam, Bodwell Water Power Company Plant on Penobscot River. Sign: 'Post Office Passadumkeag Maine.' Sign: 'Moosehead Inn.' Panorama. 'Jackman Post Office.' Shots from car: back roads, dirt roads small ponds. Sign: 'Central Maine Power Company Hydro Electric Development on Kennebec River.' Dam footage.
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