Cornbelt Champions, circa 1930-1939
Scope and Contents
A preliminary index of the film based on the version received has been created. • Clip 01: 0 – Title card 1 “Cornbelt – Champions – Chenoweth-Films – Omaha” with the 4H clover logo behind the title; title card 2 “4H” overlays first title card; title card 3 “Composition and Photography – H.L. Chenoweth – Narrator – Foster May”; Iowa State Fair grand and reserve champion baby beef, champion lambs, livestock auction, horse show, cattle; Nebraska State Fair grand and reserve champion baby beef; Aksarben livestock show champions; current king of Aksarben Albert Swanson enjoying champion beef; 2:42 Omaha Unicameral invited to beef dinner by Omaha Chamber of Commerce, wives are seated in another section of dining room as are members of the Nebraska Supreme Court; 4:11 Union Stockyards featuring cattle of August Meyer and sons; 5:08 cattle and pigs on Meyer farm in Iowa; 6:05 4H champion Lester Luck (?) interviewed about success, 4H; 7:35 Lester visits the Butter Nut coffee roasters plant, Uncle Sam Breakfast Food Company; 9:30 National Cornhusking Contest in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 100,000 in attendance; ends at 11:12.
- circa 1930-1939
- From the Collection: Chenoweth, Harold (Person)
- From the Collection: Chenoweth Film Company. (Organization)
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From the Collection: 1 Gigabytes (Digitized films)
From the Collection: 0.1 Cubic Feet (2 DVDs)
From the Collection: .15 Cubic Feet
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