Lassen County, Calif.: Eastman, Jervie H.

The film opens with winter roadway scenes in Lassen. Two title slides state: “Most highways are kept open in winter with modern equipment” and “These highways offer some of the world’s most scenic winter drives.” Further footage shows fall foliage, a street scene in Susanville, and Canadian geese.

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Spring collecting trip east of the Sierras: Weier, T. Elliot

T. Elliot Weier served as Professor of Botany at the UC Davis from 1936-1968. This film contains footage of a trip he took to collect plants. The film begins with a title card stating: “In June we visited Marie in Los Angeles.” Other footage includes: the Mojave Desert, Red Rock Canyon, Death Valley National Monument, […]

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Shasta County, Calif. and Lake County, Oregon by J.H. Eastman: Eastman, Jervie Henry

This footage is comprised of two different reels of film featuring scenes in Shasta County as filmed by Jervie Eastman. The scenes include: a power facility, waterfall, rock slide abatement efforts close to a road, olives growing on a tree, The Red and White Store and other stores, presumably in Chester, California, and a sign […]

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Tehama County, Calif. Scenes: Eastman, Jervie Henry

This footage is comprised of two different reels of film featuring scenes in Tehama County as filmed by Jervie Eastman. The scenes include: lug boxes of plums, grapes on vines, harvesting hay, cattle driving, and women canning olives. Also included are scenes of an event, possibly the Red Bluff Round-Up. The Red Bluff High School […]

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Lassen and Modoc Counties, Calif., by J.H. Eastman: Eastman, Jervie Henry

This footage is made up of three different reels of film featuring scenes in Lassen and Modoc Counties as filmed by Jervie Eastman. The scenes include: cattle driving, a US Post Office building, a rodeo, fire lookout, wildflowers, boating in a lake, a parade in Alturas, and a view of Brokeoff Mountain from the Lassen […]

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Wild West Days at UC Davis

This film provides footage of a past UC Davis tradition, Wild West Days, which were originally held on campus from 1960-1969. Wild West Days activities included bronco riding, wild cow milking, calf roping, steer riding, hog calling, a greased pig scramble, and barrel racing contests. The film includes scenes of calf roping, bronco riding, and […]

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