[Dr. A.K. Schuster--home movies] Little Log Cabin in the Northern Pines

Brownville area, Maine
Ebeemee Lake
Ebeemee Mountain
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Amateur story film called 'The Little Log Cabin in the Northern Pines' by Dr. A.K. Schuster of New Haven, CT, a dentist who came to Brownville, Maine, with his daughter, Frances. Frances (about 17 years old) plays a 'sport' while Osgood's father, Paul Arbo (born 1895) is the guide who shows her the Maine woods. Arbo was actually their guide. The cabin is at their house, North Brownville, Township 5, range 9. Starts with Frances Schuster rising, dressing, lighting fire. Arbo comes with pack and gun. They head out into woods. He cuts some spruce gum from a tree. Shots with 'binocular' effect of black bear and moose in river. Views of men working in Arbo's lumber camp on Ebeemee Mountain, horses. Man on a 'jumper'. The lumber camp cut birch for the peg mill in Brownville (also shoe shanks and wooden spoons. Beaver flowage. Stan Howland, with basket pack on his back stands by beaver dam. Faded color stock of dead deer, Frances next to deer with interesting wall behind her. At Ebeemee Lake man gets into and paddles canoe. Arbo and Frances get into green canoe. She walks to the cabin, goes to bed with boots on. Cabin shots particularly nice: fireplace, curtains, etc. very atmospheric.

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