3 Copies of This Film
1) 2177.0042_F16
16mm film; [400 ft.]; Silent; b&w
2) 2177.0040-.0042_BSP
3) 2177.0040-.0045_DVD
[Henry Sturgis Dennison--home movies] Reel 42
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1928 – 1934
Can Descriptions
Box label: 'Jun. Hill+Family Black+White 1928-1934.' // Film was moldy - cleaned.
Viewing Notes
DVD slate: Reel 42. Jun. Hill Family, 1928-1934. Biplane on field, scratched and dirty. Biplane lifts off; view of biplane briefly in air. Mold, dirt. CU woman in biplane wearing goggles and hat. Man in goggles and hat talking to another man and gesticulating. Biplane in the air. From the plane, crowd of people waving. In the air, woods. View of house, maybe Juniper Hill. Perhaps aerial view of Dennison factory. Speck of airplane in sky, then closer, several shots. Horses outdoors. Birdbath on the ground. Brief landscape. Baby on blanket. Birds on snowy ground by stone wall. Birds in twigs. Pheasants on driveway seen out the window. Birch tree, no leaves. Birds, blurry. Sheep (lambs) in enclosure. Snowy landscape with pheasant in foreground; one shot is upside down. Snowstorm with fence in background. View from large window of snowy landscape after storm. Barefoot little girl on grass. Henry Dennison with dog. Girl swims, slow motion. She is wearing a bathing cap. Man swims away from camera, then back. Diving platform on barrels floats behind him. Fog in distance, low lying with landscape in front and behind. At the stables, three horses and riders come to camera on dirt road with power lines along the road. More views of riders. On the ocean, many vessels in the distance seen from a boat. Motor launch approaches, people waving. Camera is on a sailboat, views of boom and sail CU. Woman with small baby on her lap. Girl and boy join scene. Mother is wearing a light knit sweater. Baby learning head control. Family group indoors gathered for portrait, a little out of focus. Man makes a smoke ring. Boy acts silly licking his legs. Baby on flowered background.
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