3 Copies of This Film
1) 2426.0039_F16
16mm film; [400 ft]; Silent
2) 2426.0038-.0040_DVD
DVD; Silent
3) [BLANK]
BetaCamSP; Silent
[Charles B. Hinds—home movies] Reel 39
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Identifier
2426.0039
Date(s)
April 1926
Abstract
April 1926 (from Charles B. Hinds notes). U.S. Capitol. People climb steps and descend. Capitol from further away. Underexposed view of Mall in D.C. Inside greenhouse with amaryllis flowers. Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery. Alexandria, Washington Lodge AF of AM (Masons) Washington Monument with tourists. View form top, indistinct. Reflecting pool at the mall again. Lincoln Memorial. Construction pit seen briefly. Balloon sellers in DC. White House portico with tourists. Woman holds dog up to railing. Picnic. On White House lawn, massive festivity. Is this Easter? Grants Tomb, "Let Us Have Peace" on it. April 1926 (from Charles B. Hinds notes). United States Marine Corps Band at laying of the cornerstone of National Press Club building in Washington, D.C. President Calvin Coolidge lays cornerstone. News camera. Many loudspeakers on a mast. Sign says George A. Fuller Construction. Link to Coolidge's address accessed June 3, 2010.
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Travel
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