Maine State Museum Collection
Primary Format and Extent
video (66 min.) : si. and sd., b&w and col. ; 3/4 in.
Collection Date Range
1920 to 1987
Collection contains documentaries and other factual works concerning Maine's logging industry, such as "Log Jam," "Penobscot Development Corporation's Pulp Operations at Shorey Siding, Maine," "Lombard Hauler," "Tourmaline: Maine's Mountain Treasure," "Locomotive Lion," and "Pioneer Axe." [Maine State Museum Logging Exhibit] is a compilation of extracts from these films used for a public exhibition. Collection also contains "A Few Good Men," a promotional film made by Great Northern Paper Company, and unidentified home movies: 1920s amateur footage of summer camps, hunting, ice fishing, hot springs, Bucksport Mill and Fort Knox.
The Maine State Museum in Augusta preserves and interprets materials relevant to Maine history, life and culture. The Museum opened its exhibit about Maine's logging heritage in 1987.
Subject(s)Camps, Forests and forestry, Hunting, Lakes, Logging, Mountains, Outdoor Life, Paper Industry, Rivers, Technology
Encoded archival description
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