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Parade in Switzerland; Isenberg family visits Klosters

Film | Accession Number: 2013.215.1 | RG Number: RG-60.1493 | Film ID: 3903

A crowded square in Graubuenden. People in traditional costume parade through the street. Bank in BG.

01:31:29 Norbert, Artur, Helmut, and Erna walk together past outdoor tables and benches in Klosters. Sally Isenberg joins them. Erna and the boys exit a home and walk through a park with a seesaw, umbrellas, lounge chairs, giant wheels. Helmut and Norbert salute Sally as he walks over. Sally motions for the camera to follow as he leads the boys to the seesaw. Sally gets on one end of the seesaw as the boys climb on the other end. The boys do handstands and somersaults in the grass. Sally sits on a lounge chair with Norbert in his lap. Artur wearing sunglasses rubs ointment on his face.

01:34:14 People in costumes march in a parade and carry signs with place names written on them: "Bludenz" and "Montafon" [towns in the mountains near Lichtenstein and Switzerland]. Horse and carriage carry people playing instruments. Elaborate floats. Family members descend stairs in town.

Genre
Amateur
Duration
00:04:28
Event Date
1930-1938
Locale
Klosters, Switzerland
Switzerland
Language
Mute
Genre/Form
Amateur.
Credit
US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Mark Isenberg
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Record last modified: 2018-04-26 13:41:18
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