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Marrowback, NY
Description: People gather at a gas station and general store in Conesus, New York and then at an outdoor lunch on Marrowback Hill

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Clip #: TFA-106H
Length: 7:38
Year: 1936
Color: Color
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: New York
Subject: Amateur film
Original: 16mm
1930s, home movies, New York, Conesus, man and woman seated on bench outside general store, man servicing car at filling station, buildings on quiet town street, Marrowback Road, people shaking hands and talking, women setting outdoor table, adults and children eating at outdoor table, woman talking, men smoking and talking, little boy playing with hat in grass, man taking nap on grass, children playing, people going into and out of outhouse, adults and children holding hands as they walk down rural road, country house, people talking outside house, dog running and catching stick

This beautiful area sets on a ridge overlooking Hemlock Lake in Western New York. The lake was once ringed with stately homes, cottages and had three hotels. A steamboat carried freight from the north end down to Springwater, eight miles away. Hemlock Lake became the water source for Rochester, 30 miles to the north, in the 1890s. All the cottages were torn down or moved up to the hamlet of Hemlock.

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