Jacksonville Pioneer Days

Pan across crowd waiting on Calfiironia Street for parade / parade passes: stagecoach, Southern Oregon Sled Dog Club, children on horseback, Smokey Bear on Caterpillar tractor, farm wagon, sulky drivers, antique cars / booths, signs: "Upper Applegate Grange," pan across booths, "Shady Cove Grange," cotton candy booth / signs of California Street businesses: "Ice Cream Palace," interior thereof / museum interior (Brunner building?) with buggy and art show / sign: "Cracker Barrel Studio," interior with artwork on walls / signs: "Jacksonville Historic Restoration Office," "The Oregon Trader" / child with cotton candy / peanut cart / signs: "McCully House Antique Doll Museum," "Peter Britt Music Festival"  / outdoor art show on courthouse grounds

Pioneer Village’s stage coach led the parade, with C. C. Hoover riding shotgun. The little tin lizzie was driven by Jeff Jones of Jacksonville, sponsored by Jacksonville Drug. Pioneer Village’s wagon. Southern Oregon Pony Club, the Old-Timers Club and Southern Oregon Sled Dog Club pictured. The art exhibit was held in the Jacksonville Library in the Brunner Building. See articles, Medford Mail Tribune August 10, 1965, page 7; August 13, pages 1 and D8; August 16, pages 1 and 11.

Box or location: 

M6A Box 10 10E/97E

Description on can: 

Weekend in J'ville 8-16-65

Date of film creation or publication: 

8-16-1965

Producer: 

KOBI

Length of film: 

00:02:00

Notes or comments: 

Projector gouges on some of film

Sound: 

Silent

Color: 

Black & White