We Live In This Valley (1962) Offcuts Reel 8

Title: WE LIVE IN THIS VALLEY

Release Date: 1962

Produced as: Documentary

Media: Film

Summary:  Traces the Hunter River from its genesis high in the Barrington Tops through the Hunter Valley till it empties into the sea at Newcastle.

Country of Origin: Australia

Production company:Douglass Baglin Photography

Sponsor: Hunter Valley Co-Op Dairy Co.

Holdings: 8 Reels We Live In This Valley, Offcuts and Projections Prints

Reel 8. We Live In This Valley “Offcuts”

Subjects:

00:00-02:12 Machine Lathes and Operator at Goninans
02:13-04:19 Cattle Breeding N.S.W. Milk Board Artificial Stock Breeding Centre New England Highway Aberdeen
04:20-06:28 Weimanns Jersey Cows
06:29-06:35 Burning Mountain, Wingen
06:37-06:42 Wheat Harvesting
06:43-07:10 Cattle Breeding N.S.W. Milk Board Artificial Stock Breeding Centre New England Highway Aberdeen
07:11-07:28 Jacaranda Trees Baroona, Singleton
07:29-07:53 Singleton Park
07:54-08:20 Singleton Street Scenes
08:21-08:58 Singleton High School
08:58-10:27 Singleton Street Scenes
10:28-10:38 Baroona Homestead, Singleton
10:39-11:07 Sulphide Corporation Cockle Creek Lake Macquarie

This reel was donated to the Cultural Collections (Archives), Auchmuty Library,  University of Newcastle (Australia) in November 2013 by The Morpeth Museum.

Thanks to Yvonne Austin, niece of the late Douglass Baglin for granting permission on behalf of the family for this film to be made available to the wider global community.

Gionni Di Gravio
University Archivist

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