Class of ’52’s Phyllis (Clemishaw) Leconte’s Wareham High School Caper yearbook.
Huntington School Parade at Brockton Massachusetts
A Huntington School tradition that dates back to 1897 when students marched to honor fallen soldiers and veterans.
FROM INSIDE THE GUIDE:
Volume 3, Number 1, Summer 1978
“The Guide is published one time a year, June through September by SUN LION PUBLISHING COMPANY at the VANTAGE PRESS, Burlington, Vermont.”
Footage from a 50′ 8mm reel.
From the the Boston Athletic Association’s website:
* there were 167 entrants in the 1950 Boston Marathon.
* “The extent of the foreign dominance began to deepen as the Korean contingent of Kee Yong Ham, Kil Yoon Song, and Yun Chi Choi finished 1-2-3 respectively. Nicknamed “Swift Premium” by the race writers, Kil was ranked only third on the Korean team, behind their national champion and Olympian Yun Chi Choi. However, Kil, who built an overwhelming advantage between miles 12 and 21, walked four times along the final four miles, before finishing first in 2:32:39.”
The Massachusetts Beach Buggy Association at the Canal Sportsmen Club – early 1960s. Video features a longest cast competition and features great shots of cars, beach buggies, fishing equipment and gear and much more. Footage was digitized from 16MM film in October of 2014 for MassHistory.com.
The Cohasset Skippers visiting Spillane Field in Wareham, Massachusetts to take on the hometown Vikings. Footage digitized from 16 MM film.
From the August 29, 1953 edition of Your Weekly Cape Cod Magazine Guide – featuring articles and advertisements about and for Cape theatres. Old Cape Cod – the 1953 summer season winding down.
From the July 11, 1953 edition of Your Weekly Cape Cod Magazine Guide – featuring articles and advertisements about and for Cape theatres. See Marlon Brando at the Falmouth Playhouse!
Footage shot at Wareham and Buzzards Bay Massachusetts during Wareham’s Bicentennial in 1939. Footage preserved at Wareham Public Library and digitized in the winter of 2013 under care of historian/author Lynda Ames. Digitized at masshistory.