The Infamous Fred Buck adds To The Photo Story of The Filming of “Bride 13” On Salt Island

joey – these are some of the museum photos of the "bride 13" filming on salt island.  a,b,c are from the treasure chest left to the museum by gloucester high history teacher myrtle cameron.  d&e are from a photo album page with about 15 snapshots of the cast and crew and assorted rubberneckers on good harbor.  no idea who took the pics, but i’m delighted they did.
infamous fred buck, down cellah at the cape ann museum

salt island 1919.  constructing the set for movie serial "bride 13".  myrtle cameron collection.salt island 1919.  visiting the set for movie serial "bride 13".  myrtle cameron collection.salt island 1919.  view of the set for movie serial "bride 13". cast member on good harbor?  myrtle cameron collection."Bride 13" actress.  Long Beach.  1919."Bride 13".  Scene being filmed at Brace's Cove, Eastern Point.

Just another reason to go visit the Cape Ann Museum.  I’m telling you, if you have a question about something that happened here in Gloucester in the past chances are you can find some really cool stuff with some extremely helpful folks ready willing and able to assist you in your quest!

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6 Responses to The Infamous Fred Buck adds To The Photo Story of The Filming of “Bride 13” On Salt Island

  1. Jenn Cullen says:

    Amazing what Fred Buck and the Cape Ann Museum can accomplish together! Well done and great pics.

    Jenn

  2. Terry Weber says:

    Fred, love those old photos. Thanks for sharing them.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thanks! Those are great! Now I want to find the movie somewhere? Any suggestions?

    • Anonymous says:

      I’ve been trying to locate a copy for years. Have checked I think all film museums. Next I am going to try the Navy as it was filmed in conjunction with them. It was a 13 part film, probably on celluloid?

  4. Linn says:

    Fabulous! Thanks for getting these pics out there!

  5. Fred Bodin says:

    The last photo is the shipwreck (derelict Schooner Mineola) in Brace Cove, which was also burned.

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