Item AAAA6554 - [Eldorado ; 1935 parade]

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[Eldorado ; 1935 parade]

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[creator unknown]

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  • [1935?] (Creation)

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Amateur film. Port Moody: train station; crowds dressed up, dignitaries on train, RCMP in red tunics, speeches. Street scenes: log houses, mud streets, wooden church; car being pulled out of the mud by horse and cart. Douglas Lodge: Douglas Lake, boat trip, swimming, Indians at the Lodge. RCMP Musical Ride (b&w and colour). Airport (Abbotsford?): airplanes, trick flying, parachuting. Parade (appears to be in Vancouver): floats, bands, etc.

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Viewing notes in file F2005:04/001 - 005.

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Gudewill reel 2. Supplied title from notation on original container. Donated by Mrs. Gudewill of Victoria, B.C., to the University of Victoria, Apr-1986 and Sep-1986; transferred to U.Vic. Archives and Special Collections, 03-Aug-1990; transferred to BC Archives, 1994. NOTE: The Port Moody scenes may depict the 1935 celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first transcontinental train arriving there in 1885.

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Accession number(s): F2005:04

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producing agency/company: [creator unknown]

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