"Record of a Woodley family trip to the Gaspé." Library and Archives Canada.
This film is a part of the Charles Devenish Woodley Collection held by Library and Archives Canada.
Charles Devenish Woodley Collection, Library and Archives Canada
"It shows: shoreline; ferry; wake behind ferry; roadways; one of the Woodley sons looking at vista; hills, curving roads and forest; boy takes photographs; scenes of people cutting up fish on the shore; two of the Woodley sons watching a man carving a wooden ship; more scenes of the shoreline; the boys walking in the surf and throwing rocks into the water; boy with camera; a stone cross; the boys with an old wooden boat by the water’s edge; rocky shoreline; tourists on a boat approaching Percè Rock; close-ups of the rock; birds on rocky cliffs; village; a woman doing a painting of buildings along the shoreline; fishermen and tourists along the docks; close-up of fisherman using a fork to unload fish from the bottom of a boat; boy looks at racks of drying fish; boy holds nose; sign for Notre Dame de Mont [?] Church but only hills shown; tourists walk along the hills; valleys and hills; tourists taking photographs; car travels down hill; the Woodleys come out of change rooms and run into the water at a beach; scenes of the family swimming; boy dives in pool; the family swims in the pool; and the family looks at more scenery," via Library and Archives Canada.