4 Copies of This Film
1) 1519.0043_VHS
VHS
2) 1519.0043_IN3/4
3) 1519.0043_F16
16mm film; 50 ft.; Silent; Color
4) 1519.0040-.0045_DVD
DVD; Unknown
[Flying Moose Lodge footage] Reel 043 (F13)
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Identifier
1519.0043
Date(s)
circa 1960
Can Descriptions
Amateur footage of activities and events at Flying Moose Lodge, East Orland. Reel numbers are NHF assigned. Reel 43 (F13): [no can/reel notes; no dc] note:book by Price(A bad case of moosepox) (UNEDITED CATALOGER'S NOTES) NHF cataloguer's notes for Reel 43. 36:43. Violently-rippling white water. Young man with life-jacket around his neck is rowing canoe in white water. Canoe capsizes and young man falls into the water. Swirling whitewater. Bridge over whitewater. Trees. Sky. 37:00. Expanse of whitewater continues to swell. Young man has resumed paddling canoe. Two young men paddle canoe as it wafts up and down on waves of whitewater. Canoe capsizes. Young man rowing canoe on the waves. He continues whitewater journey. Trees of shoreline. 37:41. Young man with lifejacket about his neck stands in water. He bends over. Buddy at left laughs. Both are doing free-hand exercises. Third man is leaning over. He has oar in hand. Young man with lifejacket around his neck is now sitting down in water. Two young men row canoe adjacent to shoreline reeds. Canoe is laden with cloth gear. 38:07. Pan. of two young men rowing canoe. Shot includes water surface and blue horizon with white clouds. Silhouette of lone young man as he rows canoe. Silhouette of other male rower. He wears bandana around his head. 38:23. Silhouette of man and boy standing atop large boulder with young man at base of boulder. Horizon is pink. Sun is setting. Young man standing at base joins the other two atop boulder. 38:39. Setting sun as it sinks between expanse of trees. Foreground trees silhouetted. 38:46. Boy sits on bench. He is eating from container he has in his lap. Boy and man row canoe amongst reeds, lush shoreline foliage. (End of Reel 43.)
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