Moore, Burton S.
Library and Archives Canada
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Ottawa, ON K1A 0N4
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ca. 7 film reels (1 h, 23 min).
Burton S. Moore (fl. 1922-1969) was a wildlife filmmaker and inventor of a 35mm camera. His film Wildlife in New Brunswick represents the earliest use of a telephoto lens by a Canadian motion picture cameraman. Moore lived in various Canadian locales during his lifetime including Andover, New Brunswick and Etobicoke, Canada. Fonds consists of documentary films on the wildlife of New Brunswick shot through a telephoto lens by Moore.