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T. Elliot Weier served as Professor of Botany at the UC Davis from 1936-1968. This film contains footage of a trip he took to collect plants. The film begins with a title card stating: “In June we visited Marie in Los Angeles.” Other footage includes: the Mojave Desert, Red Rock Canyon, Death Valley National Monument, and Yosemite National Park. Another title card reads: “The crest of the Sierra is in view for many miles.” The film concludes with a signboard titled: “Home Again.” The individuals in the film are presumed to be Weier and his wife.
Original Silent 8mm film
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