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Black and white film shows the 19th Annual California Rodeo, held in Salinas from July 16 – 20, 1930. Footage includes: an opening speech by a Rodeo official (possibly Abe Lefton); various competitions; cameo of Margaret McCulley, the Sweetheart of the Rodeo; speech by San Francisco Mayor James Rolph, Jr. PALMER FILM SERVICES / 19th Annual Rodeo, Salinas, Cal. / PROPERTY OF (1929) / RUNNING TIME 9:00 FEET 320 / COLOR 93-90.3 BLACK & WHITE XXX / 611 HOWARD STREET / SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94105 (adhesive label with typewritten and handwritten information on top of can); "Corps Engineers / H[ono]lulu HI" (handwritten in white crayon on reel).
Reversal Sound Black and White 16mm film
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Rodeos Bull riding Bronc riding California Rodeo Salinas Rolph, James, 1869-1934 McCulley, Margaret
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