Title: Robert Wood Family Film Collection
Collection Number: 11148
Quantity: 21-8mm Reels
Abstract: 21-8mm reels consisting of Robert Wood’s films of his family which include farm scenes, parades, powwows, vacations, birthday parties, and holiday celebrations. The Wood family is from the Warwick, North Dakota area. Some of the locations filmed include Devils Lake and Fort Totten. The films are digitized.
Provenance: The collection was donated to the State Historical Society of North Dakota by Pamella Solwey in March 2013.
Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.
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ORIG_NO SEG_NO FORM YYYYMMDD CITY STATE DESCRIBE
11148-1 1 8mm 1966/00/00 Warwick ND Ice Frolics - 1966
11148-1 2 8mm 0000/00/00 Warwick ND Baby Rose and us on the farm
11148-1 3 8mm 1964/00/00 Warwick ND Farm Scene - 1964
11148-1 4 8mm 0000/00/00 Warwick ND Mary's Birthday
11148-1 5 8mm 0000/00/00 Warwick ND Burt Holt Combining
11148-1 6 8mm 1958/00/00 Warwick ND Christmas - 1958
11148-2 1 8mm 1951/00/00 Warwick ND Pam's Party 5 years old - 1951
11148-2 2 8mm 0000/00/00 Fort Totten ND Indians dancing Nick and GR, Fort Totten
11148-2 3 8mm 0000/00/00 Warwick ND Farm scene, Rose in bloom, Rosie's birthday, flowers in yard - 1956
11148-2 4 8mm 0000/00/00 ND Parade 4th
11148-2 5 8mm 0000/00/00 Warwick ND Christams on the farm - 1955
11148-2 6 8mm 1954/00/00 Warwick ND Rose 3 - 1954
11148-3 1 8mm 0000/00/00 Warwick ND Grampa Wood, Karens Roll
11148-4 1 8mm 1964/00/00 Warwick ND Pam's College -1964
11148-5 1 8mm 1949/00/00 Warwick ND Bob doing dishes, Pan and the sheep riding, Pam with cast on, Sewing flag, Mothers' Day - 1949
11148-6 1 8mm 0000/00/00 ND Gr. Gonrick's Funeral, Baby Suanne
11148-7 1 8mm 1950/00/00 Trip in 1950
11148-8 1 8mm 1967/00/00 Fort Totten ND Parade, Fort Totten 125th Anniversary - 1967
11148-9 1 8mm 0000/00/00 Yukon Hunting in the Yukon
11148-10 1 8mm 0000/00/00 Warwick ND Presents on ping pong table, Su - purple can, Tom and wagon, frost pictures
11148-11 1 8mm 0000/00/00 Erneston Ann Helper, El Paso, TX, climbing mountain to statue, trailer camp, Elephant Butte Dam, Marilyn, Knots Berry Farm, Catalina - Ems, Black Hills, April at Gr. Ernests and kids in Kalispel, Pam's Bday, Elvera's in MN, Gr's yard in the fall, Vern's
11148-12 1 8mm 0000/00/00 Mother's 80th birthday
11148-13 1 8mm 1953/00/00 Warwick ND Hand picking spuds and black and white of hay field - 1953
11148-14 1 8mm 0000/00/00 Devils Lake ND Devils Lake Parade, 4th
11148-15 1 8mm 1948/00/00 Warwick ND Christams, Pam 7 years - 1948, birthday 3 years, Pam's Xmas - 1947, SuAnne 3 month, Feb. 16
11148-16 1 8mm 0000/00/00 Warwick ND Rose - baby, Su watering hedge, Easter clothes, and Mom in shorts
11148-17 1 8mm 0000/00/00 Warwick ND Airshow and wedding
11148-18 1 8mm 0000/00/00 Warwick ND Pam's birthday, 1 year
11148-19 1 8mm 1952/00/00 Warwick ND Dad counts corn, Warwick 75th Anniversary, New road at farm, elevator (1952-1954), Rice plowing "Bee", elevator on road, Fair - Warwick, Susan Odney, Rose in buggy
11148-20 1 8mm 0000/00/00 Fort Totten ND Indians dancing at Fort Totten
11148-21 1 8mm 0000/00/00 ND Karen
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