Created in 1929, film shows glimpses of the campus throughout the seasons, probably in 1929. It includes Central Avenue, Professor Bristow Adams, President Livingston Farrand with the Deans of the University, a quick shot of the University Library and slope, Provost Albert R. Mann, and footage of the Beebe Lake gorge and waterfalls. Shots of the hydraulic laboratory have been reversed. Footage of students around campus, the suspension bridge, and cars. Clips from the film Cornell in Winter are used here, showing activities across campus during winter, including footage of Central Avenue, the Arts Quad, plowing the sidewalks with horses, and a trolley on the Quad. Spring footage shows senior singing and students and faculty in graduation robes in front of Goldwin Smith Hall as part of commencement. Portions not included in the digital version but retained on the physical film include footage of Willard Straight Hall, the Arts Quad, and Bristow Adams.
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