Sonora Pass, Calif. and Other California Scenes: Weier, T. Elliot

Sonora Pass, Calif. and Other California Scenes: Weier, T. Elliot

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Creator:
Weier, T. Elliot

Collection:
University of California, Davis, Special Collections

Archive/Collection:
California Audiovisual Preservation Project, Special Collections, University of California, University of California, Davis

Source URL:
https://archive.org/details/cua_000029



Description:
This film by T.E. Weier, Professor of Botany at UC Davis, contains footage of Sonora Pass in the Sierra Nevada in 1941. Other footage in the film is described by the following title cards: “August 1941, we camp near the summit of Sonora Pass in dusty gulch on a tributary of Deadman’s Creek;” “Before Climb;” “Snow fields high above our camp intrigue Mr. Pickwick;” “Lunch in the shade of mountain pines;” “After descent;” “Flowers;” “Have you nothing better to do,” “Sunday afternoon,” “The fall of 1941 is to be remembered for the gasoline we did not use,” “Football at Berkeley, The Aggies Lose,” “The Spochers are overnight guests,” “People Arrive,” “The Kick-Off,” and “The Aggie Band.”

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Duration:
00:17:28
Materials Held By:
University of California, Davis, Special Collections
Original Format:
1 Reel of 1: Film: Regular 8mm
Color/B&W:
Black and White
Sound/Silent:
Silent

Archive:
University of California, Davis, Special Collections



Inquiries regarding this film should contact:
University of California Davis, Department of Special Collections, 1st Floor, Shields Library, 100 N.W. Quad, Davis, CA 95616-5292, Telephone: (530) 752-1621, e-mail: speccoll@ucdavis.edu, http://www.lib.ucdavis.edu/dept/specol/about/aboutus.php

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