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Conley, Albert Collection
Credit: Albert Conley Collection, Northeast Historic Film.
film (13,450 ft.) : si., b&w and col. ; 16 mm. reversal pos.
film (1,200 ft.) : si., col. ; super 8 mm. reversal pos.;film (6,500 ft.) : si., b&w and col. ; 8 mm. reversal pos.
1936 – 1961
Collection contains [Albert Conley--home movies], showing home in Freeport, Maine, as well as travels in the U.S., Canada, and Ecuador. Includes scenes of Maine cities and towns, the University of Maine, Orono, and coastline and islands. Also includes scenes from automobile trips to Florida, where the Conleys had a house in Ormond Beach, north of Daytona, and a trip west to New Mexico, the Grand Canyon and the California coast.
Dr. Albert D. Conley (1887-1974) was a resident of Freeport, Maine. He was a research chemist, married Mary F. Johnson Conley and lived on Pleasant Street, Freeport. His second wife was Madelyn Edith Dyer Conley (1915-2001). Tags on the film containers used to identify people and locations were most likely made by Conley, or his second wife Madelyn.
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