3 Copies of This Film
1) 0763_F16
16mm film; 480 ft.; Silent; Color
2) 0763_VHS
3) 0763_BSP
[Ernest Broadbent--home movies]
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Viewing Notes
NHF viewing notes with donor's explanations in quotes: Segment 1: (col., 2 min.) Man and dog. Family playing with dog. 'Friends getting together at a friend's cottage in Dennisport on Cape Cod.' Two men in uniform, Glenwood Farm. 'Two WW II airforce pilots, friends from NC) who came to dinner at our home in Attleboro, Mass.' Segment 2: (5 min.) Shooting practice. Guerilla warfare simulation. Jeep on sand, on steep, rough terrain. Airplane. Army base? Vehicles, trucks, barracks. 'Pictures of soldiers training at Fort Devens, Mass., also jeep, trucks, buses, barracks, etc.' Segment 3: Wheaton College graduation. Graduates and guests. Faculty and clusters of people. Buildings, campus. Dining hall, servers are black men. Rain, umbrellas. 'My baccalaureate and commencement at Wheaton College in May 1940 which took place in the Chapel. Other buildings are science, library, dormitories (Emmerson and Chapin), Mary Lyon (yellow building) where classes were held. Catered banquet in the new Student Alumnae Building. Dr. J. Edgar Park, president (white hair) seen walking from Chapel to Student Alumnae Building. Professors in groups, parents and classmates in cap and gown.' Segment 4: (2 min.) Outdoor cookout, picnic. Stone fireplace. several puppies and older man Hunting. Cottage, hills. 'Pictures of family out in the country in Taunton, Mass. where my father raised English setter dogs and puppies. and where family came on hot summer days for cookouts. Hunters at Phippsburg, Maine on Pitch Pine Hill, Mr. Rogers and his dog.' Segment 5: Water, sailboats. Dock, lake. Scenic views, fields on the water. Bridge, Ausable Chasm. Waterfalls. Group in a boat. Fort and cannons. 'Pictures of trip to NY state possibly along the Connecticut River in NH and VT on way to Ausable Chasm, NY. A boat ride there, then south to Fort Ticonderoga.'
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