[Walter J. Clark--home movies] Reel 15
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Viewing Notes
ACL leader. Memorial Day, May 21, 1937. Train at grade crossing. G.A.R. Parade in Ellsworth. Boy Scouts, veterans, wreath thrown from bridge. Ox Head Ale float, Standard Brewery with oxen on it. Yacht Silver Spray probably on Union River, Ellsworth. Graduation. Cat with dead bird, extended sequence. Title: "Three Quarter Century Club, Thursday August 12, 1937." At the fairgrounds. Many people in hats. Streamline bus on track. Restroom, Ladies and Men, fairgrounds building. People playing horseshoes. People on benches. Elderly woman climbs stairs with intent. People help a man sit down. Man elderly faces. Women knitting. Man playing drums. Man speaks into microphone, another plays accordion. Man with large format camera. Bath Bus Service. Title: "Showing Stones upset in Woodbine Cemetery, Sept 23, 1937" Visit to cemetery. State Police 1938 license plate, people come out of (court house?) child in snow suit. Title, "Skating, Cutting and Putting up Ice on Kenduskeag Stream Bangor, January 16, 1938" Nice skating views, many people out, hillside behind river. Car on ice. Ice being lifted into ice house. Very nice footage, about 2 minutes.
Can Descriptions
Label on can - (24) Personal Scenes (Silent). [1937]
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