5 Copies of This Film
1) 1594.0001_F16
Film; 16mm film; [100 ft.]; Silent; b&w
2) 1594.0001_VHS
VHS; Silent; b&w
3) 1594.0001_IN3/4
3/4inch-video; Silent; b&w
4) 1594.0001_DVD
-; DVD; Silent; b&w
5) nhf-1594_0001.mov
Miller family reunion, 1938--Miller family--home movies
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Credit: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bartlett Collection, Northeast Historic Film.

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Credit: Miller family home movies. “Miller family reunion, 1938.” 16 mm. film. From the Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bartlett Collection at Northeast Historic Film, Bucksport, ME. MP4 video, 4:11.
Black-and-white home movie of the 1938 Miller family reunion.
Viewing Notes
This home movie contains well-shot footage of the various family members gathered for the 1938 Miller family reunion and of the home and recreational areas at which they met. The reunion may be in Indiana. Views of a man in overalls in vegetable garden with two small children looking at camera and same man with laundry on a line behind him. People sit on wooden benches in a park. There are many scenes of the family's youngest generation, beginning with the opening shot of three children seated on a car bumper, and notably, jumping up and down in the bed of a "Sears-Roebuck Appliances" pick-up truck, "W.F. Weaver, Cambridge" owner? Also of note are shots of a covered bridge, sign reads "Rocky Fork," and of a figure perched on a dam below casting a fishing line into the river; this shot ends with a sun flare. Big Rocky Fork Covered Bridge, Indiana The film closes with a scene of a man with a pipe posing with a woman on a porch swing, with another man seated on the porch rail in the foreground, as a child runs through the frame.
M.T. Miller
Families, Bridges
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