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The film depicts siblings Anne and Bill Armor playing around their home in Corcoran, California and at the family's summer cabin in Doyle Springs. Note in can: Carolyn = March 10th 1945; Mike = March 14th 1945; Anne - June 9th 1945, June 15th 1945; Bill - July 10th 1945; Bill & Anne Doyles = July 29th 1945; Bill & Anne = Nov 11th 1945, Dec 15th, Dec 30th 1945
Silent Color 16mm film
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