The collection consists of two VHS tapes from an oral history project conducted by Cora Greer. The tapes include interviews with Evelyn Carroll and Marion Bagley. The interview with Evelynn Carroll covers her childhood growing up in Machiasport, Maine, attending the Shaw School of Business (now Husson University), and her time teaching in Machiasport, Machias,
Tag Archives: Schools
Title, ‘The News Parade,’ ‘San Francisco World’s Fair,’ A century ago new world pioneers braved months of hardship over unexplored trails and uncharted seas.’ Covered wagons, oxen. Ship. ‘Today man reaches new horizons in days and hours.’ Train, bridge. ‘The World’s largest bridges — symbolizing pioneer vision and modern progress.’ ‘Between these great bridges–the Golden
Date from edge code on film. // Pekinese dogs on lawn. Asian girl, about 5 years old, gestures, dressed in robe. Waters flowers. Goose. Boy does somersault on lawn, plays in sprinkler. Croquet. Fowl. Sea birds. Cats on footstool outside. Oxen and hay (poor exposure). River, fishing. Pig. Hummingbird. Cow. Calf. Fowl. Ducks in pond.
Collection contains [Gertrude Jane Hay Eustis–home movies] showing family activities and events in and around New Jersey and the Boothbay Harbor area in Maine. Highlights of the collection include parades and family games, clam and lobster bakes, the Winter Harbor Ferry, Princeton football games, and scenes of New York City, including the George Washington Bridge
This Collection consists of 4 16mm films shot by Margaret May McGrew Hunter between 1928 to 1963. Margaret and her husband were missionaries from New Haven Connecticut. A majority of the footage was taken in England, California, and Hawaii and depicts family activities, a boar hunt and pig roast, fishing and parades.