Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
William L. Finley's papers primarily document his work as a wildlife conservationist, author, lecturer, photographer, and filmmaker from about 1900 to 1940. The collection also documents the work his wife Irene Finley and photography partner Herman Bohlman. The collection consists of published and unpublished manuscripts, lecture and field notes, reports, correspondence, photographs and motion picture films
Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The Betty Lynd Thompson Papers document the teaching and dance performance career of Thompson. The Papers include correspondence; teaching materials and student papers; writings by Thompson on a variety of topics; publications pertaining to dance instruction; dance programs, clippings, and ephemera; photographs; and motion picture films. The bulk of the documentary materials were created or assembled during her years as a dance instructor at Oregon State; they also include materials from her high school and college years. The teaching materials include the two books that she wrote on dance instruction, Fundamentals of Rhythm and Dance (1933) and Student Manual for Modern Creative Dance (1966), as well as papers and projects completed by students in her classes. The collection also includes sound recordings that she apparently used for warm-up in her classes. The photographs include a variety of formats (prints, film negatives, slides, and tintypes) and depict a wide range of subjects ... Read More
Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The Oregon Sea Grant Communications Moving images consist of final productions as well as extensive raw footage and film elements. The final productions include 16 mm color films, VHS videotapes, and DVDs pertaining to marine resources, oceanographic research, and the Sea Grant College Program at Oregon State University. The motion picture films were produced from the mid-1970s through early 1980s and include Oregon Trawler, Columbia River Gillnetters, Estuary: Columbia's Link with the Sea, Sea Grant: Marine Resources, and Mammals of the Sea. The videotapes include an introduction to the Hatfield Marine Science Center visitor center (2000) as well as several productions pertaining to fisheries, specifically groundfish and salmon; the restoration of salmon habitat; and aquatic invasive species. Videotape copies of three films, Farmers of the Sea (circa 1985), Gray Whale: A Radio Tagging Experiment, and Oregon's Ocean (1991) are also included. Of special note is a 1998 video ... Read More
Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The Rugby Films Collection consists of seven Super-8 films, all of them silent and six of them documenting the OSU Rugby Club competing on the OSU campus in 1968 and 1969. All seven film reels have been digitized and the rugby footage is available online as follows: OSU vs. University of Oregon, 1968. Part 1 (0:03:45); Part 2 (0:03:43). According to the 1968 Beaver Yearbook, OSU lost the match by a score of 3-8. OSU vs. University of Washington, 1968. Part 1 (0:03:45); Part 2 (0:03:43). OSU won this match, 16-15. OSU vs. Western Washington College, circa 1969 (0:03:43). OSU vs. University of Victoria, 1969 (0:03:43). OSU's jerseys were yellow and black this particular year, (rather than the traditional orange and black) due to a manufacturing error. The seventh film held in this collection is of runners competing in the 1977 Portland Marathon. As with the rugby films, this item has also been digitized but is available only upon patron request. All seven films were captured by Gene ... Read More
Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection consists of four 16mm films of Muncie Central High School men's basketball home games from the 1954-1955 and 1955-1956 seasons. Opponents include the Anderson Indians, Hammond Wildcats, and Kokomo Wildkats
Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The Intercollegiate Athletics Moving Images consist of motion picture films, videotapes, and DVDs of Oregon State University athletics events, primarily football and men's basketball. The collection also includes film recordings of track and field events as well as videotapes of special events and commemorations. Most of the films were made by Athletic Department staff; several of the game films were produced by Sportvision, Inc. The collection consists of two major components: individually numbered motion picture films (primarily for 1936-1970) and a major 2002 accession of films and videotapes (primarily for 1975-1988) that are not individually numbered and are only described at the box-level in the container list. Many of these films, especially of football, were used for game review purposes by coaching staff and players. The bulk of the football films are for 1936-1955 and 1970-1990; men's basketball games from the late 1970s represent the bulk of the footage of this sport. Films ... Read More
Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The Agricultural Experiment Station Motion Picture Films consist of one film of the John Jacob Astor Branch Experiment Station, labeled as FV P029:1. The black and white, silent film includes footage of the station facilities and staff (unidentified); test plots, and dairy cattle. It is approximately 7 minutes long
University of Nevada, Reno - Mathewson IGT Knowledge Center
Collection consists of a 15-page biography about her written in 2011 by her grandson, Kevin Allec and a DVD of the silent movie, "The Winning of Barbara Worth"
University of Maine - Raymond H. Fogler Library
The collection includes the film by Alfred Ames. Also included are film copies used in the preparation of the 1985 videorecording produced by David Weiss and Karen Sheldon
State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives
The collection consists of 58 films or film segments produced by or for the Corps of Engineers approximately during the period 1947-1960. Six films relate to projects in other states; two to McNary Dam in Oregon and four to Quake Lake in Montana. The films range in length from under 1.5 minutes to approximately 30 minutes. All of the film is 16 mm and all has been transferred to a high quality digital format. Except for some completed programs, the film has no sound. Most film was shot in color; however, a number of films are in black and white


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