Jacobson, Carl E. R. Collection

      film (200 ft.) : si., b&w ; 8 mm
      Candlewood Lake, Connecticut
      New Haven, Connecticut
      Sleeping Giant State Park, Connecticut
      Fort Ticonderoga, New York
      Ausable Chasm, New York
      Montmorency Falls, Quebec
      The collection consists of 8 reels of silent, black and white film, totaling approximately 200 feet. The films were shot by Carl E. R. Jacobson, primarily in Connecticut and New York, and feature scenes of family gatherings, trips, and damage from a hurricane.
      The collection was filmed by Carl E. R. Jacobson, and donated by his son, Bruce Jacobson. Bruce Jacobson's grandfather, Carl A. Jacobson, was a professional photographer who had worked for Kodak.
        Northeast Historic Film
        The Collection is open for research.
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