[Annie Wood Nowell–home movies] Reel 18

[Annie Wood Nowell--home movies] Reel 18


Nowell-Clark Collection
Original Format:
b&w, color
400 ft
Label on can: 'Duxbury 1941, Thanksgiving 1941' // b&w title card at head // very sharp Kodachrome color outdoor footage // gardens, beach scenes // b&w baby footage - has 1940 date code, rest of reel is 1941 date code // b&w footage of puppy playing // baby // Thanksgiving 1941 title card.
Viewing Notes:
Intertitle: 'Powder Point Duxbury July 1941'. A boy and a girl in matching overalls, blowing horns and waving American flags. Adults, including Katharine, and children having a picnic on the beach. Children opening toys, including paper hats. A girl in glasses (Nancy?). People eating watermelon. Close ups of Katharine and Nancy. Sunset over a lake. Katharine and children playing on the beach. Various shots of children and a baby lying on blankets on the grass. Katharine holding a young boy. A baby lying on a blanket on the grass. Katharine feeding the baby a bottle. Two babies lying on a blanket. Shot of people in swimsuits gathered on the lawn. A man moving a camera on a tripod. Close up of the man with the tripod. A baby lying on a blanket. A different baby on a blanket. Three children looking down on the babies on the blanket. Shot of a puppy. A man and a boy playing with the puppy. Children playing with the puppy. Three children climbing a tree. Katharine lifts one girl out of the tree. Children playing on the lawn. A baby on a changing table. Baby in a bathtub. Katharine giving the baby a bath. Close up of the baby’s face. Cut to children swimming. Intertitle: 'Thanksgiving – 1941-' Two dogs playing. Children playing with the dogs. A old woman standing in front of a line of laundry. A woman training a dog. A gathering of people, adults, children, babies and dogs. A baby in a crib. The family seated around Thanksgiving dinner. The family outside the house. Two women (Helen and Katharine) holding babies. Close up of one of the babies. [End of Reel]
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Duxbury, Massachusetts
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