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8 mm film; [50 ft.]; Silent; Color
[Albert G. and Mary Miller Dietrich--home movies] Reel 38
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Can Descriptions
Box: July 1958 – Trip with Grace
Viewing Notes
Children playing. A woman with a camera. Three children (David, Mary Lou and Mark) sitting on a picnic table. A Volkswagen microbus parked by the water. A woman putting on a sweater. Mark putting on boots. David putting on a shirt. The family at the picnic table. Two women looking at the water. People on top of Cadillac Mountain. Close up of a plaque to Stephen Mather, first director of the National Park Service: ‘Stephen Tying Mather, July 4, 1867, Jan 22, 1930, HE LAID THE FOUNDATION OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE DEFINING AND ESTABLISHING THE POLICIES UNDER WHICH ITS AREAS SHALL BE DEVELOPED AND CONSERVED UNIMPAIRED FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS THERE WILL NEVER COME AN END TO THE GOOD THAT HE HAS DONE.’ Sign: ‘CADILLAC MOUNTAIN ELEV 1530 FT’. The children on top of Cadillac Mountain. The parking lot on top of the mountain. Panning shot of mountains and the top of the microbus. The family on rocks by the shore. Cliffs. Sign: ‘THUNDER HOLE’. Shots of Thunder Hole. [End of Reel]
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