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Contains moving images of hiking trails in Marin County. The first half of the film features a Greyhound bus arriving at Mill Valley, which is the starting point for hiking the Dipsea Trail. Includes images of the trail, hikers, activity at Stinson Beach, and Mount Tamalpais State Park. The second half of the film, features moving images of automobiles, horse riders, and a man working in a yard that is likely in Forest Knolls. Additional images of people swimming, and cattle grazing on the hillside.
Reversal Original Silent Black and White 8mm film
Home movies Unedited footage
1 Reel of 1
ID 319 cscrm_000429
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