4 Copies of This Film
1) 2791.0047_F16
16mm film; [425 ft.]; Silent; Color
2) 2791.0047-.0049_DVD
DVD; Silent; Color
3) 2791.0047-.0049_BSP
BetaCamSP; Silent; Color
4) nhf-2791_0047-Uncompressed 10-bit.mov
0:15:41.56
[Marie and LeGrand Cannon III--home movies] Reel 47
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Identifier
2791.0047
Date(s)
1969
Can Descriptions
1969 Reel 1
Viewing Notes
A child hanging off a sign post in the snow. Sign: ‘Harbor View Rd.’ Children playing in the snow. Shots of a house. A snow plow. Children getting on a school bus. A man (LeGrand "Lee" Cannon III) on a bicycle. Lee and the children carrying a picnic basket. A child crying. The children walking around. Lee with a camera, a boy (LeGrand "Lee" Cannon IV) and a girl (Laura Cannon) in formal dress. Sign: ‘Church of Saint Elizabeth.’ A crowd gathered outside the church. A Ferris wheel. Lee IV on a carousel. Shots of other carnival rides. Lee IV and Laura sitting on the roof of a car. Shot of a town, seen from above. People in a tent. Lee and Lee IV packing up the tent. Someone climbing a tower. Cut to a group of girls on horseback, in a horse show. Girls in pony carts. A crowd watching the horse show. A man wearing a cape and crown, leading a pony. People in costume on horseback. Sign: Adams National Historic Site.’ (Quincy, Massachusetts) Panning shot of the Old House/Peacefield. A child in a rocking chair on the porch. Stone: ‘Birthplace of John Adams 1735 – 1826, Second President of the United States 1797 – 1801. The children running around the historic site. Shots of various buildings. Shot of the National Monument to the Forefathers statue. Film too blurry to see. Inscription: ‘Passengers of the May Flower,’ on the side of the statue. Panning shot of the names on the side of the statue. Shots of historic houses. Close up of flowers gardens. A graveyard. Sign: ‘Site of the First Fort.’ Blurry shots of town streets. Blurry shots of Plimoth Plantation. [End of Reel]
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