The Mountaineers Archives - Movies, Not Screened Home
These films have not been viewed by the Mountaineers History Committee. They have been identified by looking at the film can, reel, or leader.

Notes On Film Size: The size of each film is recorded like this: "16mm x 1000ft" or "16mm x 10in". The first part (16mm) is the film gauge. The second part is the footage in feet (if known) or the diameter of film on a reel in inches (including core). If the film is not on a reel (which typically means it is wound tighter and has more footage than a similarly sized reel) it is annotated "no reel".

Mountaineer Movies - Trail Trips

(8mm x 175ft) "Trail Trippers" 1952-1953

(8mm x 350ft) "Trail Trips" 1954

(8mm x 400ft) "Trail Trips" 1955 #1:

"Prairies" - January
"Heybrook" - January
"Devil's Mountain" - March
"Little Mashel Falls" - April
"Lake Samish"- April
"Deschutes Falls" - May
"Deception Pass" - May
"Christoff"- June
"Enchanted Valley" - July
"Tahoma Creek"- July
"Summerland" - August
(8mm x 350ft) "Trail Trips" 1955 #2:
"Emerald Ridge" - September
"Morse Peak" - September
"Salmon Roost" - October
"Gobblers Knob" - October
"Lake Annette" - November
"Committee Meeting" - November
(8mm x 400ft) "Trail Trips" 1956 #1:
"Boots Title"
"Corral Pass" - January
"Fort Casey" - January
"Meany" - February
"Guemes Island" - February
"Lake Bay" - March
"OTarell" - April
"Paradise" - April
"Deception Pass" - May
"Hope Island" - May
(8mm x 400ft) "Trail Trips" 1956 #2:
"Skokomish" - May
"Mt. Si" - May
"Corral Pass" - June
"Immigrant Trail" - July
"Shoe Lake" - August
"Paradise Ice Caves" - September
"Knapsack Pass" - September
"Klapatche" - September
"Salmon Bake" - October
"Lake Merritt" - October

(8mm x 400ft) "Trail Trips" 1957 #1
(8mm x 200ft) "Trail Trips" 1957 #2

(8mm x 400ft) "Trail Trips" 1958, 1961, 1962:

"Mt. Pete"
"Deception Pass" - May 11, 1958
"Knoble Knob"
"Eagle Peak"
"Ahop" (7. Reynolds)
"Christoff" (Rainier + Flowers)
"Linda Coleman Plaque"
"Everett Fish"
"Span Pole" - January
"Heybrook" - March 25,1962
"Sunset Beach with Everett" - April 15,1962

(8mm x 400ft) "Trail Trips" 1959 #1
(8mm x 200ft) "Trail Trips" 1959 #2

(8mm x 200ft) "Trail Trips" 1960

(8mm x 300ft) "Trail Trips" 1963

(8mm x 300ft) "Trail Trips" 1964 #1
(8mm x 250ft) "Trail Trips" 1964 #2

(35mm x 9.5in, no reel) "Trail Trips" 1966 #1 (Can #13)
(35mm x 9in, no reel) "Trail Trips" 1966 #2 (Can #14)

(35mm x 7in, no reel) "Trail Trips" 1967 (Reel #2, Can #5)
(35mm x 4in x 5, no reel) Titles, Negs, etc. 1967, Yellowstone (Can #10)

(35mm x 10in, no reel) "Trail Trips" 1968 (Can #7)
(35mm x 8.5in, no reel) "Trail Trips" 1968 (Can #2)
(35mm x 8.5in, no reel) "Trail Trips" 1968 (Can #12)
(35mm x 6in x 3, no reel) "Trail Trips" 1968, Alaskan Way Viaduct, Freeway 1965 (Can #11)

(35mm x 9in, no reel) "Trail Trips" 1969

(16mm x 7.5in) "Trail Trips" 1970

Mountaineer Movies - Miscellaneous

Small Reels
(16mm x 2in) "Climbers" (title frames say "Asulkan Pass and Mt. Fox")
(16mm x 1in, no reel) "Bowline Tying"
(16mm x 2.5in) "Irish Cabin Work Day 1928"
(16mm x 4in) "Kitsap Cabin 1929"
(16mm x 4in) "Campers at Mt. Rainier, c1950"
(16mm x 2.5in) "Titles For Climbers. Techniques, Etc."
(16mm x 2in) "The Reluctant Dragon" (title)
(16mm x 1in) "The Mountaineers Present..." (title)
(16mm x 1in) "Kealva - 'The Mountaineers Present...'" (title)
(16mm x 2.5in) "The End" (title #1)
(16mm x 1in) "The End" (title #2)

There are two unidentified (small) 8mm film cannisters.

Medium Reels
(16mm x 400ft) "Alaska Trip, Skagway"
(16mm x 350ft) "Special Outing Memorial Day Boat Trip" - 1941
(16mm x 300ft) "Advertising Used for Sportman Show"
(16mm x 250ft) " Nanny said, mortals have very little to do with what happens to them."
(16mm x 150ft) "Woody Woodpecker," B&W cartoon w/sound

Large Reels
(16mm x 1000ft) "Wilderness River Trail" (Sierra Club)
(16mm x 900ft) "Pinnacle Peak" - A&B original reels
(35mm x 9in, no reel) "Shoe Lake Hike & Skiing" (Can #1, "Misc")
(35mm x 8in, no reel) Unidentified (Can #8)
(35mm x 10in) Gypsy Tour 1929

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