Sale at store, children playing in backyard, 1934-1938--Abraham Katz--home movies. Reel 37

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1934 – 1938
Dark footage, indoors, department store? Clothing, dolls and other things for sale. “Agfa” title. Store front “Gorin’s 5 to $5.” People milling around outside the store, doors open and everyone goes in. More dark footage inside the store. [Could be Gorin's Furniture, since 1936, in Norwich, CT. Norwich is 16 miles from Colchester, CT] Group of people including Katz's wife, cross a street into a park. Individual shots of the men and women walking in front of the camera. A family poses. More shots of everyone talking and walking around. Man gets out of a car and waves. Shots of everyone getting out of the car. River, car drives away. In town. Everyone gets out of the car. Inside. Portrait shots of women sitting with children on their laps. Outside. Two children and a man with a baby, Followed by Katz's wife and others. Boy on a swing set. Man throwing a baseball. Another man catching and throwing back (shot in reverse.) A baby. Three children running at the camera in slow motion. A man, woman, boy, and girl in the yard. Man plays catch with the two kids. Other little boy joins them. Men on see-saw with girl on swing in background. Man on swing set with little girl. Children play in the yard: see-saw, catch.

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