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1) 1194.0002_F16
16mm film; [225 ft.]; Silent; b&w
[Cherryfield, 1938]
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Identifier
1194.0002
Date(s)
Can Descriptions
This a-wind duplicate negative was made from the original 16mm print (acc. 1194.0001) at John E. Allen, date unknown. // Amateur footage of citizens of Cherryfield in early spring. Cherryfield-Narraguagus Historical Society prepared the following list: 'Names of persons and places in the 1938 movie of Cherryfield made by Lester Bridgham [of Columbia, Maine]. Listed in the order that they appear on the film.' // Railroad Bridge and Fred Grant's mill. Stillwater Dam and mill. Merle Day? and Joseph Ramsdell. Jim Sproul. Ford Garage. Elmer (Shorty) Melanson, owner of Ford Garage. Spencer Moore's Paint Shop. Spencer Moore. A little girl. Percy Wakefield's shop. Percy Wakefield. Raymond Carter. Hollis Strout. A.L. Stewart and Sons Office. Sarah Ash, bookkeeper for A.L. Stewart's. Preston (Babe) Schoppee. Baptist Church. Everett (Deke) Sproul and Velora Grant. Lower Dam. Grammar School and children. Dr. Fred Nickels, dentist and Ulysses Gardner, grocer. Congregational Church. MacWilley and Phinneas Webb. C.H. Mathews Store. Agnes Mathews (wife of C.H.). Kilburn (Doc) Willey. A woman turning around. A baby. Harry Grant's Store. William Eaton, Jeweler. Ed Nelson and Socony Oil truck. Thomas Campbell. Agnes Tracy. Smith's Garage, with two trucks. Francis (Tam) McManus, Charles Smith, Roy Smith. A man with delivery basket, probably owner of truck with lettering 'Friendly Valley Auto, we bring our store to you.' A man driving hay wagon. Three man sawing wood, Elwood Morse, Hollis Strout, Harry Leighton. Cherryfield Academy boys and girls, girl sitting down is Geraldine Gay. Teachers, ?, Irene Allen, Kenneth Bragdon. Man with wood and wheelbarrow, Percy Willey. Man driving horse and sulky, Ulysses Gardner. Gowen Wilson. Harland Schoppee. Man with carrots in front of store, Arthur Sprague. Boy with pair of steers.
Creator(s)
Lester Bridgham
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This item may be available for reuse, please contact Northeast Historic Film for more information;This item may be available for reuse, please contact Northeast Historic Film for more information;This item may be available for reuse, please contact Northeast Historic Film for more information
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