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4) 1690.0001 - 1690.0029_IN3/4
3/4inch-video; Silent; b&w and color
5) 1690.0001 - 1690.0029_F16
16mm film; 28 reels / 11,965 ft.; Sound; b&w and color
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[Walter J. Clark--home movies] Reel 5
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1690.0005
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Can numbered (2) Loose note in can - Reel #5. Sunday August 6, 1933 at Bar Harbor. First, taken of the British Ships crews and Band, as they left the ESS Wharf for Episcopal Church, then I took them as they turned off Main St. to Met [sic] Desert St (three officers by themselves on Mt. Desert St., Then I took the picture of the 'Bowdoin' Adm. Perry North Pole Ship, as she left harbor for sail, then the parade again as they came from chirch [sic] down Main Street, then sailors and officers leaving wharf in Boats, for ships, then final Picture from tow path of the British ships, Dana Norfold and USS Indianapolis, and the Yacht in front center was the Astors, then Jonahs and Velmas in front of store and Ivas. a nice hot day, Geo. R. Hadlock went with me to Bar Harbor. Ell Fair & Co [?] Aug 1933 & [?].
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