Northeast Historic Film's Talbot and Barbara Hackett Collection of 5 reels of 16
Northeast Historic Film's Talbot and Barbara Hackett Collection of 5 reels of 16 mm film provides an almost nostagic view of life at the tuerculosis sanatorium in 1934, with most of the footage devoted to the amusements and entertainments enjoyed by the patients and staff. The film and other documents relating to the santorium was found a few years ago at the Hackett's flea market in Warren. The Hacketts had purchase contents of the house of Dr. and Mrs. Lester Adams. Adams, a longtime the director of the Hebron santorium, kept many of the sanatorium's records when it closed in 1971. He died in 1971 and his wife died in 1991.
Moving pictures, Documentary, Northeast Historic Film Bucksport, Western Maine Sanatorium Hebron
Hubley, Doug, "Northeast Historic Film's Talbot and Barbara Hackett Collection of 5 reels of 16" (1998). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3068.
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