Hughes, Kim Collection

The collection contains [Allagash Trip 1960], one reel of 16 mm color, silent film. The amateur footage is of a canoe trip along the Allagash River in northern Maine. Two couples travel the Allagash filming shore scenery from the point of view of riding in the bow of a canoe. Scenes cover wildlife, fishing and hunting, rapids, sunsets, and camping. Footage includes detailed shots of skinning a black bear.

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Hughes, Kim Collection




Primary Format and Extent:
film (1400 ft.) : si., col. ; 16mm
Collection Date Range:
1960
Summary:
The collection contains [Allagash Trip 1960], one reel of 16 mm color, silent film. The amateur footage is of a canoe trip along the Allagash River in northern Maine. Two couples travel the Allagash filming shore scenery from the point of view of riding in the bow of a canoe. Scenes cover wildlife, fishing and hunting, rapids, sunsets, and camping. Footage includes detailed shots of skinning a black bear.
Biographical/Historical Notes:
The collection was donated by Kim Hughes. The film was shot by her husband's grandmother, Jocye.
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Repository:
Northeast Historic Film
Availabilty:
Access is restricted; consult repository for detail.
Condition Governing Reproduction and Use:
Authorization to reuse and/or reproduce must be obtained from Northeast Historic Film. See http://oldfilm.org/content/stock-footage-licensing for more information.
Source URL:
http://oldfilm.org/collection/Detail/collections/238

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