Home movie of winter scenes circa 1933.
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Compilation of four films, including the comic short “Be Beautiful?”, a short film of a visit to Boothbay Harbor, brief footage of the ferry Virginia, and a newsreel-style short of Commander Donald MacMillan.
View of truck pulling and moving section of small house or building. Men gathered around the truck, unloading house from bed of truck using slats of wood and rope. Dark footage of men working as a team to unload something from the back of a truck. Intertitle: “Erecting Belmont, Mass [sic] Grandstand.” followed by a
Intertitle: “Caribbean Cruise 1949 Reel No. 1 Aboard the S. S. Nieuw Amsterdam of the Holland-America Line. Sailed from New York March 11, 1949 with 850 Passengers including Marion A. Hussey and Philip W. Hussey. Ports of Call included: Cap Haitian, Haiti, with an Auto trip to Sans Souci, San Juan Puerto Rico, where Marion’s
29:49-30:10 Sign: “Waldo-Hancock Bridge 300 Feet” with arrow pointing direction, then LS pan of bridge from Waldo to Hancock side with hills in B/G, and village seen along the shore. Scratches throughout.;30:10-30:29 Views of road entrance to bridge on Waldo side, several views of the whole bridge from that side, then rear view of car
Viewing Notes Man and woman picking corn. Dalmatian. Goats. City bridge. Young men working on building foundation.
Viewing Notes Bridge. Cornfield. Garden plot. Dog. Boston demolition. Street scene. Mobile home area. Horse race. Tractors on track. Note on film box: ‘Rockingham. Haverhill St. Swifty. 1951.’
Viewing Notes Young couple. Family. Coast. Harbor. Boston street. Bridge. Note on film box: ‘Peggy. Picnic. Fish pier. Shop.’
Can Descriptions Mixed breed dog and community street. City street with construction and apartment buildings. Old women outside rural mobile home. Family. Dogs. Old cars. Cornfield. Two women picking corn and potatoes. Construction in large city. Women at bridge. Tugboats and others passing near bridge. Boston street scene including office interior. Can says ‘Mystic River