The Dog That Didn't Bark Series, Special Insights
- Bring on the Centennials!
We open up with a curious event, namely the exclusion of two events which should have been honored with Centennials. The first of these was the 1909 making and showing of nature movies at the Pillsbury Studio in Yosemite. The second event which should have been honored with a Centennial was the invention of the first lapse-time motion picture camera for plants in 1912 and the films showing that year at a conference of the Superintendents for the Park System. This took place in Yosemite, October 14 – 16th, 1012.
The series will continue until the Dog Barks.