Tag Archives: Cities and towns

Rugh, Anne Collection

Collection contains [Moses Pike–home movies], footage of fishing and hunting activities, coastal scenes, children with toys, and family events including a wedding. Other scenes appear of cruise ship, tropical ports of call, and bullfight. Collection also contains a copy of “Movie Queen, Lubec,” a 1936 film that provides a tour of Lubec with a short

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Sheldon Museum Collection

Collection contains [Moses Pike–home movies], footage of fishing and hunting activities, coastal scenes, children with toys, and family events including a wedding. Other scenes appear of cruise ship, tropical ports of call, and bullfight. Collection also contains a copy of “Movie Queen, Lubec,” a 1936 film that provides a tour of Lubec with a short

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Movie Queen, Bar Harbor Collection

The Movie Queen Bar Harbor Collection consists of a single 16 mm. film called “Movie Queen,” made in Bar Harbor, Maine. It was produced as part of a local talent production and consists of a young woman arriving by boat, meeting local dignitaries, visiting the town’s businesses, followed by a short comedic kidnapping. The film

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Lincoln Memorial Library Collection

Collection contains “Movie Queen, Lincoln,” a fictional short production about a film star who arrives by train to her home in Lincoln, Maine. She tours the town and receives gifts from local merchants. The movie queen is kidnapped and then rescued. Scenes include a parade, streets and retail businesses, townspeople, and automobiles. The footage provides

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Bath Historical Society Collection

The Bath Historical Society Collection consists of a single 16 mm. film called “Movie Queen,” made in Bath, Maine. It was produced as part of a local talent production and consists of a welcome parade and a presentation of the key to the city, shots of the town’s businesses and people, followed by a short

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Belfast Historical Society Collection

The Belfast Historical Society Collection consists of a video transfer of two reels of 16 mm. film including fragments from “Movie Queen,” made in Belfast, Maine. The original film reels are from the Robert Hall Collection at Belfast Historical Society. The Belfast Lions Club sponsored a musical comedy called “Movie Queen” at the Colonial Theatre

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Newport Historical Society Collection

Collection contains “Movie Queen,” a short production about a film star who arrives by train to her home in Newport, Maine. She tours the town and receives gifts from local merchants. The movie queen is kidnapped and then rescued. Scenes include a parade, streets and retail businesses, townspeople, and automobiles. Intertitles are included in the

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Pearson, Adelaide/Blue Hill Public Library Collection

Adelaide Pearson lived in Blue Hill, Maine, and founded Rowantrees Pottery (Blue Hill) still in operation. In 1921 she wrote a children’s book, “The Laughing Lion and Other Stories.” <a href=”http://www.archive.org/details/laughinglionothe00pear”>Archive.org</a>

Clark, Walter J. Collection

Collection contains [Walter J. Clark–home movies], a record of community activities and public spaces in and around Ellsworth, Maine, with some scenes of family activities and travel. The majority of the content depicts local events in Ellsworth, Maine, during the 1930s including fairs, parades, building construction and dedications, the Ellsworth fire of 1933, and prisoners

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Lapointe, Daniel Collection

The Daniel Lapointe Collection consists of a single 16 mm. film, “Movie Queen,” made ca. 1936 as part of a local talent production. The film consists of shots of the town’s businesses and people. The so-called movie queen is a local girl who visits business proprietors in and around Van Buren, obtaining goods and services

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