[Gertrude Jane Hay Eustis–home movies] Reel 77

[Gertrude Jane Hay Eustis--home movies] Reel 77

Gertrude Jane Eustis Collection
1954 – 1955
Original Format:
400 ft
Viewing Notes:
NHF cataloguer notes (reel numbers assigned by donor or creator): Reel 77: [all exterior shots, well composed, lengthy, focused, and steady.] 6:17:56 women kiss in greeting at front door;toddler walking in yard;mother opens gift for baby;puts on a hand puppet;woman hanging clothing on the line in backyard;toddler playing at his mother's feet;kitchen garden;older woman carrying child;man in military uniform lifts up the infant;shirtless man mowing lawn with push mower;model of boat in yard;group of people examining a cannon;man carrying child on his shoulders;6:22:46 cars on bridge POV from car window;car approaches toll booths;shot of top of bridge from car, camera pointed up, cross girders;cars coming off bridge;sign, 'Deleware Memorial Bridge' 'Philadelphia, Wilmington;toll booth;POV from car driving over bridge;sign, 'New Jersey Turnpike;6:25:49 men and women in dresses and suits milling about outside;women wearing hats and corsages;bridal couple exit a door and are bombarded with rice;decorated bridal car drives away;6:26:53 man in suit walking down ramp onto boat carrying suitcases, tennis rackets;shore from POV from boat;man climbing ramp carrying things;sign, 'Private Isle of Springs Assn;couple walking down ramp with suitcase;people sitting on front porch in sun;people sitting on dock in the sun reading the newspaper;CU of small bird nesting in a log;boat of people approaching dock;6:29:47 dark shots of fireworks in sky;people lighting firecrackers outside;man pushing wheelbarrow full of suitcases;sign, 'INBOUND LUGGAGE;plane, 'Northeast;people walking onto tarmac to board;woman carrying child to boat;men, women and children seated on porch;man fixes child's stroller;group of people including child in stroller in boat;WS of people on deck of ferry bus, 'Balmy Days.
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Delaware Memorial Bridge;New Jersey, USA;Isle of Springs, Maine
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