Film footage of Armistice Day, 1940.
This film is important to not only the history of Madera County but to California history as well as it was filmed by Henry Clay Daulton, II and his wife Merle (Goucher). Henry was the son of one of the Founding Fathers of Madera County and his grandson, Henry Clay Daulton III and wife Dusty remain in Madera County and continue to carry on the tradition of political and economic leadership within the County and the State of California.
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