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House, ugly kid, pool, parade U.S.
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[ca. 1928]-1930 (Authorship)
- Magoffin, Samuel S.
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1 film reel (14 min., 50 sec. ; 121 m) : acetate, original, [18 fps], reversal, b&w, silent ; 16 mm
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Item is an amateur film beginning with scenic footage of a fountain taken during the Magoffin’s trip to Cuba, followed by footage of Sam and Margaret Magoffin walking on the grounds of and taking tea on the terrace of a large house, possibly in West Vancouver. Interspersed in this footage are images showing lions in a caged pen and men shooting rifles. The film also includes footage of people swimming in and lounging around a large swimming pool and the Magoffins and others relaxing in front of a hotel and visiting with a baby. Also included is footage of the 1930 Portland Rose Festival parade, including floats for the Portland Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis Club, Rotary Club, Richfield Oil (Charles Lindbergh theme), First National Bank, Multnomah County, Japan, Claude Neon Products, Jantzen, and Wonder Bread.
Warping is most pronounced at head and tail.
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87 - no wetgate formerly located at 707-E-09
All original cement splices have been replaced or reinforced with tape on the base side. Fresh white leader added to head and tail of film. All tears have been repaired with tape.
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