Museum of History & Industry, Sophie Frye Bass Library
The collection includes detailed service manuals for specific models of soft ice cream and milk shake dispensing equipment. Marketing and advertising records include product catalogs, sales kits, statistics and detailed profit and loss calculations for soft ice cream and frozen carbonated drink machines. The 16 mm promotional film, "Ice Cream: Past, Present and Future" was produced by Sweden Freezer Company. Photographs include images of Sweden soft ice cream and milk shake machines installed in school cafeterias, cafes and restaurants
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
Motion picture film of C.A. Thayer in San Francisco in 1958 and one of Eppleton Hall (built 1914; paddlewheel tugboat) includes footage of Eppleton Hall arriving through the Golden Gate Bridge and pierside with spectators in 1970, shot by Captain Ottmar Friz. Digital video of both films available on the Internet Archive and digitized by the California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP)
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Published DVD that includes animated shorts produced by the Brigham Young University Center for Animations from 2004-2014. Dated 2014
Harvard Film Archive
This collection contains films made by animator Karen Aqua (1954-2011). A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design in 1976, Aqua completed 12 independently produced animated films during her career. In addition to these films, which screened at festivals and cinemas all over the world, Aqua taught animation to college students in the Boston area, participated in a number of animation workshops for elementary and middle school aged children throughout the United States, directed and animated over twenty segments for Sesame Street, and contributed to a number of commissioned and collaborative animation works. This collection of motion picture film print and pre-print elements, video masters and video viewing copies, and original audio recordings represents all of these aspects of Karen Aqua's artistic career
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
Activities at the Caspar Lumber Co., Caspar, Calif., approximatley 1904-1920; digital video available on the Internet Archive, digitized by the California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP)
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
The Edward W. Brooke Collection is comprised of government and commercially produced works and unedited footage. Most of the materials relate to Brooke's political career as opposed to his personal and professional lives. There is unedited footage of his being sworn in as Massachusetts attorney general in 1963. The majority of the film and video dates from 1966 to 1968, during which time he ran for, was elected senator from Massachusetts and served his first term. There is unedited footage of the Massachusetts Republican State Convention of 1966, at which Brooke was nominated to be the party's senatorial candidate. There are three different versions of the same political spot for his senatorial campaign, which were shown on television and in movie theaters, and a thirty-minute campaign film, Assignment--E.W.B., which was aired on television
Harvard Film Archive
The collection documents the life and work of American filmmaker George Kuchar. It includes films and videos shot and directed, produced, or written by Kuchar, including works made with his twin brother Mike and students from the San Francisco Art Institute. Original formats, preservation masters, reference prints, and viewing copies for more than 160 of Kuchar's films and videos date from the early 1960s to his last production, Hotspell, in 2011
University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
The Canadian Film Centre Worldwide Short Film Festival Submissions Collection is comprised of films submitted for consideration to the Canadian Film Centre Worldwide Short Film Festival during the festival years 2002 to 2006. The collection is comprised exclusively of audiovisual materials (VHS and DVD formats). The collection contains thousands of both independently-produced and sponsored films
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
Mainly photographs documenting San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park daily operations and special events, primarily of black-and-white and color negatives (mostly 35mm); black-and-white and color photographic prints; color slides and transparencies; videocassettes; and documents. Digital media consist primarily of photograph files (.tiffs and .jpegs) and video files
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
Digital video of films available on the Internet Archive and digitized by the California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP); per CAVPP digital transfer notes, reels 1 and 2 consist of footage of C.A. Thayer restoration work in 1983 and reel 3 consists of footage of the 1984 dedication of Wapama by the National Park Service

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