[Raymond Cotton—home movies] Reel 2

Intertitle: “Raymond C. Cotton Presents FIELD OF BLUE THE STORY OF MAINE’S BLUEBERRY INDUSTRY. AUGUST Bushes and weeds are cut”. Man with scythe cuts bushes in field. Men with axes work on larger bushes and small trees.;Intertitle: “OCTOBER Hay is spread for fuel”. A truck loaded with hay drives in field. Men sprinkle hay around […]

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[Quincy Market Centennial] Version 2

One of two films sponsored by the Faneuil Hall Markets Century Celebration in 1926. This industrial film details the history of the markets, and showcases industries surrounding the market, from farms to fisheries, as well as the communities served by the markets. This film was most likely made to be shown to the members of […]

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[Manley Nelson–home movies] Reel 22

Can Descriptions: 1948, 1949 edge codes on film. // Can label: ‘Party at Camp. C. Bradstreet Planting Potatoes. Last Day of School at BM.’ Viewing Notes: Family and friends at campsite cooking and enjoying meal. View of E.J. Leavitt store and post office in Flagstaff, Maine. Views of Lake (Flagstaff?) and mountains. Men and boys […]

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