Detail View: T.D.A. Cockerell Collection: Mountain climbing, Long's peak

Collection Name: 
Theodore Dru Alison Cockerell Papers
Title: 
Mountain climbing, Long's peak
Creator: 
Unidentified creator
Publisher: 
University of Colorado Boulder
Description: 
Notes on container include "Sunrise and morning cloud shots; ascent by cable route; deer, timberline trees." Hand edited film of hikers and climbers ascending Longs Peak via the Cable route in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Also includes cars, ranger, and pack horses at the tailhead; staying the night at Timberland cabin; swimming at Chasm Lake; ascending the peak in snow; waking from sleeping bags, and sharing a camp meal. Also includes images of birds and rodents, and hiking books.
Description: 
Cataloger's note: No intertitles. 05:16 Summit reached; 05:26 "The Colorado Mountain Club" register
Description: 
Title on case: Mountain Climbing: Longs Peak Via Cable Route
Description: 
1 film reel (16 mm) color; silent; acetate film; 400 feet
Description: 
Runtime: 11:06
Date: 
1938/1939
Type: 
MovingImage
Format: 
motion pictures (visual works)
Format: 
color film (film, material)
Format: 
video/mp4
Format: 
Science films
Coverage: 
Colorado--Rocky Mountain National Park|http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1260179 Colorado--Longs Peak|http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1241722
Subject: 
Colorado Mountain Club. Boulder Group
Subject: 
University of Colorado Boulder
Subject: 
Mountaineering
Subject: 
Mountaineering--Societies, etc.
Subject: 
Rock climbing
Subject: 
Outdoor cooking
Identifier: 
U183071337674_narv_cockerell_mountainClimbingLongsPeakViaCableRoute_a.mp4
Identifier ARK: 
https://ark.colorado.edu/ark:/47540/166b1n972330
Source: 
For more information about the physical collection, visit the University of Colorado Boulder Libraries Rare and Distinctive Collections.
Language: 
English
Relation: 
Theodore Dru Alison Cockerell Papers; COU:359; Item Barcode: U183071337674
Rights: 
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