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Identifier:

  • AAAA0470 (Source: British Columbia Archives)

Date produced: 1926

Filmmaker(s):

Allan H. DeWolf

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Languages:

English

Length:

1,685 ft (71 min)

Format:

16mm

Colour:

B&W

Sound Notes:

Silent

Awards/Recognition:

BC Archives list of titled amateur films

Description:

"A 1926 hunting trip in the East Kootenay region. The hunting party comprises Allan H. De Wolf, Claire and Elmore Staples, Bob Grimes, and Barney and Ralph Clifford, with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stevens as guide and cook respectively, and 'Cheerful Joe' as Wrangler. The film shows the party on the trail with pack horses, in camp, and hunting bear, deer, elk and mountain goat. Specific locations include Elk Creek, Premier Lake, White River and Whiteswan Lake. There are good sequences on the packing of a pack horse and the skinning of big game. De Wolf's companions on this trip were his partners in the Western Explorations mine at Silverton" British Columbia Archives.

Resources:

"Item AAAA0470 - A big game hunt in British Columbia : September 28th to October 14th, 1926." Allan H. DeWolf fonds, British Columbia Archives.

Locations:

  • East Kootenay Region, B.C. (Filming)
  • Elk Creek, B.C. (Filming)
  • Premier Lake, B.C. (Filming)
  • White River, B.C. (Filming)
  • Whiteswan Lake, B.C. (Filming)

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British Columbia Archives