Media Resources Center (University of Michigan) films and videotapes: 1930s
Summary Information
Title: Media Resources Center (University of Michigan) films and videotapes
Creator: University of Michigan. Media Resources Center.
Inclusive dates: 1930s
Inclusive dates: 1948-1986
Extent: 2500 films and videotapes (approximate)
Abstract:
The television production studio and media services unit of the University of Michigan, commonly referred to as "Michigan Media." It was formed in 1978 through the merger of the university Television Center and the university Audio-Visual Education Center. The Television Center began producing educational programs for broadcast on commercial and public stations in 1950. The Audio-Visual Education Center produced films for the university and operated a film distribution library. The Media Resources Center closed in 1986. The collection consists of documentary type film and video and film and video of television programs produced by the Media Resources Center and its predecessors.
Call number: 851831-f Bimu C473 2
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2113
Phone: 734-764-3482
Fax: 734-936-1333
e-mail: bentley.ref@umich.edu
Home Page: http://www.bentley.umich.edu/
Finding aid created by Greg Kinney, 1990 (with assistance of Doris Attaway)

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

The Michigan Media films and videotapes were transferred in July 1988 through Jo Wenk and George Williams. [Donor # 4408.].

Access Restrictions:

The films and videotapes are open for use. Special arrangements may be required to view some formats.

Access Restrictions for University of Michigan Records

University records are public records and once fully processed are generally open to research use. Records that contain personally identifiable information will be restricted in order to protect individual privacy. Certain administrative records are restricted in accordance with university policy as outlined below. The restriction of university records is subject to compliance with applicable laws, including the Freedom of Information Act.

Categories of Restricted Records:

  • Personnel related files , including search, review, promotion, and tenure files, are restricted for thirty years from date of creation.
  • Student educational records are restricted for seventy-five years from date of creation.
  • Patient/client records are restricted for one-hundred years from date of creation.
  • Executive Officers, Deans and Directors files . By university records policy in effect as of January 1, 2001, University records generated by the university's Executive Officers, Deans, Directors and their support offices are restricted for a period of twenty years from their date of accession by the Bentley Historical Library. The restriction is subject to applicable law, most notably the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
    • Files restricted for 10 years -- records added to a record group in this category prior to January 1, 2001 are restricted for a period of ten years from the date of creation
    • Files restricted for 20 years -- records added to a record group in this category after January 1, 2001 are restricted for a period of 20 years from the date they were added to the record group.

Restricted files are indicated in the contents list with a restriction note indicating the restriction type and the date of expiration.

  • CR (Client/Patient records, 100 years from date of creation)
  • PR (Personnel related records, 30 years from date of creation)
  • SR (Student educational records, 75 years from date of creation)
  • ER (Executive Officers, Deans and Directors records, 20 years from the date the material added to the record group)

For further information on the restriction policy and placing FOIA requests for restricted material, consult the reference archivist at the Bentley Historical Library or the University of Michigan Freedom of Information Office website at: http://www.umich.edu/~urel/foia.html

Copyright:

Copyright is held by the Regents of the University of Michigan, except for a few films not produced by the Media Resources Center, but the collection may contain third-party materials for which copyright is not held. Patrons are responsible for determining the appropriate use or reuse of materials.

Preferred Citation:

[item], Media Resources Center (University of Michigan) films and Videotape, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan


Arrangement

The films and videotapes are organized by series established by the Media Resources Center. Within each series the films are organized either by production number assigned by the Center (in many cases this was the negative number and are roughly chronological) or alphabetically by title. Each item is identified by a title and a unique number comprised of the collection identifier, the series initial or abbreviation, and a sequential number (sometimes the number were assigned by Michigan Media, in other cases the number were assigned by archivists during processing of the collection).


History

The Media Resources Center, commonly referred to as "Michigan Media," served as the University of Michigan's television studio and media services unit. Michigan Media was created in 1978 through the merger of the university Television Center and the university Audio-Visual Education Center. The University of Michigan Television Center (TVC), founded in 1950, produced television programs for broadcast on commercial and educational television stations. Although it never operated its own on-the-air television station, the TVC developed a unique "network" by distributing film and videotape of programs for broadcast by local stations across the country.

The Audio-Visual Education Center (AVEC) was formed out of the university Extension Division's Visual Education Bureau. Originally it was primarily a film distribution unit, providing instructional films to the state's elementary and secondary schools and a variety of adult organizations. As the Visual Education Bureau's activities began to center more on serving the university campus, an autonomous Audio-Visual Education Center was created. The AVEC produced and distributed instructional films as well as promotional films for the university. It also produced films on a contract basis for non-university clients.

Michigan Media also provided closed-circuit and other television services for the university, produced films about the university, collected archival film footage of university events, and provided consultation, maintenance and technical support services for media projects in other university units. In addition to television production, Michigan Media was responsible for the AVEC film distribution library and for increased special project film production. Michigan Media was disbanded in 1987 after a unit review and its functions were eliminated or distributed to other university units.

The University of Michigan Television Center and, later, Michigan Media were widely recognized as pioneers in the development of educational television programming. Along with Johns Hopkins, Michigan was one of the first universities to produce educational programs. The TVC developed the concepts of the "telecourse" and the "trigger film." Over the years, Television Center and Michigan Media productions won numerous awards from professional organizations and film festivals.

The Television Center's first facilities were located in the Speech Department offices in Angell Hall. In 1951/52 the TVC occupied rooms in South Quad and set up a temporary closed-circuit studio in an Angell Hall classroom. The TVC's first working studio was established in the former Dolph Funeral Home building at 310 Maynard Street in Ann Arbor in January 1954. The studio and offices were moved to the Argus Building on West 4th Street in Ann Arbor in 1978.

The university's first experience with television production involved the broadcast of student dramas on WWJ-TV, Detroit on an irregularly scheduled program entitled "On Camera." The plays, written and acted by UM students and directed by faculty, were rehearsed on campus. Actors and sets were then taken to WWJ's studios for the live broadcast. Nine plays were televised between 1948 and 1953. Several UM faculty members had also participated in the WWJ produced series "University of the Air."

In the summer of 1950 officials of WWJ proposed to UM president Alexander Ruthven and a group of faculty that the university participate in production of a series of television programs to be called "The University of Michigan Hour." The station guaranteed the university one hour of air time each week on Sunday afternoon and proposed to pay participating faculty members. The station attached two conditions to the offer: that some form of college credit be awarded and that a tuition fee be charged to each registered viewer.

A special university committee considered and accepted WWJ's proposal in September 1950. Garnet Garrison was appointed to the newly created post of Director of Television. Garrison had received a master's degree in speech from UM and then worked in New York for NBC radio. He also taught radio announcing at Columbia University. In 1947 Garrison had accepted a position in the UM Department of Speech. He would be the guiding spirit of University of Michigan television for more than twenty years.

Production of UM Television Hour programs began in 1950. The first program aired November 5, 1950. In accord with WWJ's wishes, the one hour of air time was divided into three twenty minute segments: a liberal arts program running for fourteen weeks, a practical living program to run seven weeks, and a weekly "showcase for the university." The term "telecourse" was coined to describe the programs of the first two segments. Each of the telecourses was to feature a UM faculty member and was to be aimed at an adult audience. It was decided not to offer regular university credits for the telecourses but rather to provide each registering viewer with a certificate of participation. A minimal registration fee was charged and each registrant was provided a course outline and other supplementary material.

The third segment of Television Hour was named the "Teletour." It was designed to be a "weekly invitation to the people of Michigan to visit one of the many institutions of the university." The teletours were usually broadcast from the WWJ studios with a faculty or staff member using a variety of props and visual aids to describe some university institution or activity. Approximately once a month the WWJ remote truck came to Ann Arbor and the teletour was broadcast live from campus.

The telecourse programs were written by the participating professors and TVC staff. Rehearsals were conducted in the TVC facilities in Angell Hall. On Sunday morning, stars, staff, and props were transported to Detroit for the live broadcast from WWJ's studio. Because the telecourses were done live without recording equipment, no film record of the original telecourses exists. Later, several telecourses were redone and recorded on kinescope film.

Other commercial stations soon expressed an interest in broadcasting UM programs. In September 1951 stations WJIM in Lansing and WKZO in Kalamazoo began simultaneous broadcast of the live WWJ programs via a microwave relay hookup.

Station WOOD approached the Television Center with a proposal to begin broadcasting a second series of live programs from its studio in Grand Rapids. The station offered to provide one half-hour of air time on Saturday afternoon but insisted that the series consist of original productions, not rebroadcasts of WWJ programs. WOOD wanted individual programs of general interest that were not part of a "telecourse." The TVC and WOOD agreed on a format and began broadcasting a series of independent programs under the title "Understanding Our World" in March 1952. These programs were developed and rehearsed at the UM campus and then broadcast live from WOOD studios.

A third request for TVC programming came in 1953 from WPAG, the UHF station in Ann Arbor. The station requested two and three quarters hours of non-commercial programming each week. An arrangement was reached whereby the TVC provided studio facilities, equipment, and technical assistance and the UM Speech Department provided programming and student staff as part of its television production courses. The WPAG programming was intended to serve as an on the air laboratory for speech students interested in television production. Several series were broadcast including community and university news, interviews with local and university personalities, and programs aimed at elementary school children. Approximately 340 programs were broadcast from October 1953 to the spring of 1957 when WPAG went off the air. Only a few of these programs were recorded on film.

The format of the UM Television Hour was modified in the fall of 1952. The telecourse portions of the TV Hour were expanded to one half-hour each. The Teletour segment was moved to a new time slot at 5:45 Saturday evening. This program, now 15 minutes long, was renamed "Michigan Reports" (Series H). Beginning in the fall of 1955 the name was changed again to "Accent: Michigan Report." It was broadcast under that name through 1961 when the program was discontinued. Throughout, the series served as a public relations program for the university, showing the public the variety of activities taking place at the University of Michigan.

The telecourse programs were discontinued in April 1954. Declining numbers of registrants was one factor prompting the abandonment of TV programs for which certificates of participation were issued. Other universities had begun to offer television courses for full college credit under the term telecourse. Michigan did not wish to be associated with these for-credit courses and therefore stopped issuing certificates of participation and dropped the use of the designation telecourse.

Thereafter the Television Hour consisted of two half-hour programs of general interest. The first was a series of multi-part programs of from five to thirty segments. The programs generally featured university faculty discussing and presenting material on topics such as medicine and health, national and international affairs, science, history, and other academic subjects. Some 130 different programs were broadcast between 1954 and 1980.

The second portion of the TV hour was given over to the "Understanding Our World" series (Series B) originally created for station WOOD. Though there were several multi-part programs, the series generally consisted of self-contained programs. The programs often featured UM faculty but also included local, national, and even international personalities. The format of the programs included interviews, panel discussions, demonstrations, and documentaries. Over 800 individual programs were broadcast between 1954 and 1980 covering a wide variety of subjects.

The TVC developed a unique network through which UM programs were broadcast over commercial and public stations across the country. The first UM television network was the "live" hook-up of stations WJIM and WKZO to carry the programs broadcast from the WWJ-TV studios. Completion of the Maynard Street facilities on the UM campus and purchase of a kinescope camera allowed the TVC to produce and record programs in its own studio. The kinescope process recorded the "live" television signal on 16 millimeter film. Copies of the film were made and distributed through the mail to local television stations for broadcast at a time of their choosing. A two-inch videotape recording machine was acquired in 1963, permitting distribution of TVC programs in both film and videotape formats.

By the mid-1960s more than 120 television stations had broadcast TVC programs. Stations joined and left the network at various times but distribution of UM programs remained high until the mid-1970s. By that time the development of the public television system and declining demand for educational programming from commercial stations combined to weaken the market for TVC programming.

The TVC was also involved in special project programming and non-broadcast film production as well as in providing media services to other campus units. Significant special projects included re-creating and recording several telecourses for the Educational Television and Radio Center (ETRC), production of programs for the Midwest Project for Airborne Television Instruction (MPATI) and the Medical Television project.

The ETRC, a Ford Foundation sponsored center to promote development of television as an educational medium, provided funding for the TVC to re-create and record on kinescope film three of the telecourse programs and to develop several new programs. ETRC then distributed the kinescopes to educational television stations throughout the country. The TVC videotaped approximately 100 programs for MPATI, a Purdue University-based project that broadcast educational programming over a six-state area via an aircraft with on-board video broadcasting capabilities. Among TVC productions for MPATI were a 64-part series on American literary history titled "From Franklin to Frost," intended for use in high schools, and an elementary Spanish course.

The TVC cooperated with the Medical School to develop the capacity for closed-circuit broadcasting and recording of surgical and diagnostic procedures for use in Medical School courses. Similar projects were undertaken for the Law School, Zoology Department, and other university units. The TVC also produced public relations films for the university and a variety of instructional films not intended for broadcast use.

An innovative concept developed by Michigan Media was the "trigger film." These were short, open-ended dramatic vignettes designed to illustrate some problem or conflict situation and to promote discussion among the viewers. Trigger films were produced on a variety of topics including teenage driving, drug abuse, aging, and dormitory living. The trigger films were recognized with an Osella award from the 1969 Venice International Film Festival.

In 1959 the TVC began to compile what it called a "university film archives." The TVC filmed many university events including awards ceremonies, building groundbreakings and dedications, retirement banquets, graduations, athletic events and marching band performances, homecoming and other social activities, student protests, visits by dignitaries, and general footage of campus buildings and scenes. This archival film was intended in part to provide stock footage for television and film production, but was also a conscious effort to document the university through film.

When the TVC was founded in 1950 it was placed under the administrative control of the director of University Relations. A Broadcasting Committee oversaw the activities of the TVC. The TVC was headed by a director of Broadcasting, a position held by Garnet R. Garrison from 1950 to 1958. In 1958 the director's responsibilities were expanded to include management of the university radio service. Hazen Schumacher was then placed in charge of television operations as associate director of Television. Schumacher became director of Broadcasting upon Garrison's retirement in 1973.

A major reorganization of media services occurred in 1978. The Television Center was merged with the Audio-Visual Education Center to form the University of Michigan Media Resources Center, commonly referred to as Michigan Media. The AVEC developed out of the broadcasting service of the university Extension Service. It had produced filmstrips, audiotapes, and films for use both within and outside the university. Some AVEC films were made for broadcast but most were intended for use by schools, community groups, and other organizations. AVEC had also developed a large film lending library to serve the university, schools, and community organizations.

Michigan Media provided a variety of media services for the university ranging from film production to consulting, engineering services, equipment service and repair, film and tape duplication, and classroom instruction. For a short time it was also the university computer repair service.

In the early 1980s the original television production was scaled back considerably as the demand for educational programming was increasingly met by educational television stations and commercial production companies. Michigan Media also experienced a significant downsizing imposed during the university's fiscal crisis of the early 1980s.

Michigan Media underwent a university review in 1986. The review panel recommended that MM be retained but that its structure and function be significantly modified. Ultimately, however, it was decided that Michigan Media should be disbanded and its functions eliminated or distributed to other units. The television studio and other media production facilities and staff were divided between the College of Literature, Science and the Arts and the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching. The film and video library was placed under the management of the Undergraduate Library. Michigan Media formally ceased to exist on June 30, 1988.

Some Michigan Media scripts and other paper records had been transferred to the Bentley Library between 1968 and 1978. The remainder of the Michigan Media records were transferred to the Bentley in 1988.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The University of Michigan Media Resources Center Films and Videotapes collection consists of "archives" film footage produced or collected by the Center and television programs and films produced by the Center. The "archives" films are divide into three series; Archives Film (Series AF), Film File (Series AF) and Audio-Visual Education Center Film File Series AVEC Film File. The television programs are organized based on the

Archives Films

The "archival films": consist of documentary style, 16mm film footage of a variety of University of Michigan events, buildings, and personalities. The series originated in 1959 when the Television Center began a project to create a "university film archives." Some of this footage was shot for the purpose of being incorporated into television programs, but much of the filming was done simply to create a film record of the university. Filming was done on a regular basis through about 1972. After that date the Michigan Media collection includes comparatively few "archival" films.

The subject matter of the archival films falls into several broad categories:

  1. Series AF -- Archives Films and Series FF -- Film File
    • Ceremonial - including footage of awards ceremonies, inaugurations, graduations, building groundbreakings and dedications
    • Campus scenes - buildings and construction sites, students on the Diag, and general activity on campus
    • Athletic events and marching band performances
    • Student activities -- including protests, fraternity/sorority activities, homecoming, course registration, and social events.
    • Faculty and administrator interviews
    • Visiting dignitaries and participants in special programs and conferences on campus.
    • Films collected by the Television Center - these include several films from the 1920s and 1930s
  2. Series AVEC Film File
    • Original footage shot for use in Audio-Visual Education Center films

Films in the three archival series range from a few minutes to more than an hour in length. The films may be negatives, original positives, or work prints. Some are identified as "trims," i.e. original footage edited out of finished productions. The work prints have often been cut and spliced and portions may be missing. Several titles were originally recorded on either two- or one-videotape reels or directly on 3/4-inch videotape cassette.

The early films, ca 1953-ca.1963, are generally black and white. After 1963 color film is more common. Many of the films, especially, from the early years, are silent. For some of these there are accompanying 16mm magnetic sound tracks or 1/4-inch reel-to-reel audio tapes.

The film description part of the finding aid is arranged by series film number or titles. Film numbers were assigned by the Television Center in an approximate chronological order. The description of individual films is based on a card File created by the Television Center and on a viewing of each film by Bentley staff.

The descriptive record for each film includes the film number; title; date; a brief summary of the content of the film; a listing of significant persons appearing in the film; and technical information on the color, sound, polarity, and length of the film.

The films are stored in canisters, usually on a core rather than a reel. A film number generally refers to an individual film title. There is sometimes more than one film number in a canister and occasionally more than one film number on a single reel or core. Alternate versions of a title are indicated by a lower case letter.

The Television Center gave the films titles which are more or less descriptive. These titles have been retained except for a few instances in which a more descriptive title was assigned or in which a uniform title was created for all parts of a multi-reel film. The individual reels of multi-part titles are designated by a lower case letter, e.g. 98a, 98b, 98c. For some titles the may be more than one film, possibly a negative, positive, work print, or other version. A few tittles have been digitized and are available on DVD and streaming files.

The listing for each film or program in includes a Title, date of production, and abstract/summary of the content of the film and ,when available, the names of persons or organizations featured in the film. University of Michigan faculty and staff are identified by departmental or administrative affiliation (e.g. Peter Gosling, UM-Geog. A list of abbreviations used is included in the Additional Descriptive Data Section of this finding aid.) Technical information for the films is provided in the format: Original: 16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 343, 00:09:35. The order of the information is:

  1. Format -- film / videotape / magnetic sound track
  2. Polarity -- neg (negative) /. Pos (positive) / wp (work print)
  3. Color -- b/w or color
  4. Sound -- silent / sound / sof (sound on film)/ at (accompanying 1/4-inch audiotape)
  5. Length -- expressed in feet (footage value is sometimes an estimate)
  6. Running time -- in the form 01:33:25 (hours:minutes:seconds)
  7. (in cases where there are several versions of a title, there may be multiple values for each category)

Television Programs and AVEC Films

The Television Programs consist of 16mm kinescope films and two-inch and 1-inch videotapes of programs produced by the Center for distribution to commercial and educational television stations. The collection represents only a portion of the television programs produced by the Center. There were no extant copies of some programs when the library acquired the collection.

The films and videotapes in the Michigan Media collection were appraised and only a portion have been selected for permanent retention by the Bentley Historical Library. A number of appraisal criteria were used in determining which television programs and films were retained:

  1. subject matter relating to the University of Michigan;
  2. subject matter relating to the state of Michigan;
  3. subject matter of general, national interest;
  4. participation of prominent UM faculty or staff;
  5. participation of prominent Michigan personalities;
  6. participation of persons of national or international significance;
  7. programs marking significant technical or artistic developments at Michigan Media;
  8. award winning programs.

The television programs are organized by series created by the Center. The series for the most part reflect different type of programming the Center produced, from the earliest "telecourses" to the independent programs produced under the title "Understanding Our World". to the multi-part programs that were the core of the "University of Michigan Television Hour. See the History section for details on the different series.

The description for individual programs includes the title and date of the program, a unique id number, and an abstract of the content of the program with listing of the host and guests on the program. A program may exist in one or more formats: kinescope negative, kinescope positive and 1-inch or 2-inch videotape. Technical information for each program is recorded in the format16mm kinescope film, neg. #511, Pos. #665, 2-inch video #458. (the negative number was treated as a production and for some programs recorded originally on videotape a negative was not actually produced). The television programs were generally either twelve, fifteen or thirty minutes in length Most are black and white and all have sound.

In 2009 a selection of television programs and films and tapes were digitized. for each tape or film selected a preservation Beta SP tape was made as well as a DVD use copy and a streaming file (mpeg4 and Flash). For some films a high resolution digital copy was made as well (mpeg2). The finding aid lists the original format(s) and the derivative formats for the digitized items.

Subject Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the finding aid database and catalog of The Bentley Historical Library/University of Michigan. Researchers desiring additional information about related topics should search the catalog using these headings.


  • Education.
  • Educational buildings -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Engineering.
  • Law.
  • Medicine.
  • Music -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Protests -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Television industry.
  • Universities and colleges -- Michigan.
  • Motion pictures.
  • Photographs.
  • Videotapes.
  • Digital video.
  • University of Michigan. Audio-Visual Education Center.
  • University of Michigan -- Buildings.
  • University of Michigan -- Faculty.
  • University of Michigan. Media Resources Center.
  • University of Michigan. Television Center.
  • University of Michigan. Audio-Visual Education Center.
  • University of Michigan. Television Center.
  • Akihito, Crown Prince, son of Hirohito, Emperor of Japan, 1933-
  • Anderson, Judith, Dame, 1898-
  • Barnard, Christiaan, 1922-2001.
  • Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990.
  • Chiang, May-ling Soong, 1897-2003.
  • Copland, Aaron, 1900-1990.
  • Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006.
  • Frost, Robert, 1874-1963.
  • Graves, Robert.
  • Hart, Philip A. (Philip Aloysius), 1912-1976.
  • Hayden, Robert Earl.
  • Houseman, John.
  • Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978.
  • Jessye, Eva, 1895-1992.
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973.
  • Kuhn, Maggie.
  • Lerner, Max, 1902-1992.
  • McNamara, Robert S., 1916-2009.
  • Mansfield, Mike, 1903-2001.
  • May, Rollo.
  • Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978.
  • Miller, Arthur, 1915-2005.
  • Morse, Wayne L. (Wayne Lyman), 1900-1974.
  • Mukle, Muy.
  • Muskie, Edmund S., 1914-1996.
  • Murrow, Edward R.
  • Oppenheimer, J. Robert, 1904-1967.
  • Ormandy, Eugene, 1899-1985.
  • Paton, Alan.
  • Rand, Ayn.
  • Reuther, Walter, 1907-1970.
  • Romney, George W., 1907-1995.
  • Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962.
  • Rostow, W. W. (Walt Whitman), 1916-2003.
  • Rustin, Bayard, 1912-1987.
  • Salk, Jonas, 1914-1995.
  • Haile Selassie I., Emperor of Ethiopia, 1892-1975.
  • Shriver, Sargent, 1915-2011.
  • Snow, C. P. (Charles Percy), 1911-
  • Solomis, Alexis.
  • Stassen, Harold E. (Harold Edward), 1907-2001.
  • Thomas, Norman, 1884-1968.
  • Toynbee, Arnold Joseph, 1889-1975.
  • Williams, G. Mennen, 1911-1988.
Contents List
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Container / Location Title
 
AVEC Footage [series]

The AVEC (Audio-Visual Education Center) footage series consists of film footage shot by or acquired by the Center for use in films it produced.

 
Aerial Shots ([851831-VF-1])
(Aerial shots of UM campus, Detroit lakefront, Ford plants, Locks of Sault Ste. Marie, and Great Lakes.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, si, 400)
 
Art Classes ([851831-VF-2])
(Footage of a UM pottery class and painting class, shot of sculptor Tom McClure at work and his modern sculpture in Dearborn. Features: Tom McClure)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil)
 
Phoenix Show ([851831-VF-3])
(Footage from the UM Marching Bands half-time performance honoring the Phoenix Memorial Project.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Football Crowds ([851831-VF-4])
(Footage of football crowds outside and inside Michigan Stadium, shots of the press box, vendors, and scoreboard.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 350)
 
Campus Buildings ([851831-VF-6])
(Shots of a number of Central Campus buildings including Law School, women's dorms, East Quad, Engineering Arch, Alumni Hall, Union, Hospital, Health Services, Hill Aud., East Medical, and the Diag.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Commencement ([851831-VF-8])
(Shot of "Michigan Daily" headline on graduation story, faculty entering stadium tunnel in ceremonial garb, graduates entering stadium, various commencement scenes and crowd shots.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Classroom scenes ([851831-VF-9])
(Footage of professors and students in engineering and French classes.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Class Examination ([851831-VF-11])
(Close-up of a male student taking an examination, getting graded exam back, and a close-up of the "D" grade.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Construction Scenes ([851831-VF-12])
(Footage of construction sites on North Campus and at the Union.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 350)
 
Speech Clinic ([851831-VF-16])
(Footage of the speech clinic's sound control room and of a girl in the clinics soundproof booth.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Engineering Experiment ([851831-VF-18])
(Footage of the laboratories and workshops of the UM Engineering Research Institute, the UM wind tunnel, and other engineering labs.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil)
 
Football Game Footage ([851831-VF-20])
(Footage of UM football games from 1969(?) season.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 360)
 
Football Game Footage ([851831-VF-21])
(Film of plays from UM football games during 1969(?) season.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 375)
 
Football Game Footage ([851831-VF-22])
(Footage of plays from UM football games during 1969(?) season.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 325)
 
Locks of Sault Ste. Marie ([851831-VF-25])
(Footage of freighters and ore carriers in the locks, ice bound ore carriers moored for winter, shots from aboard an ore carrier, and shot of ore ship on lake.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Law Professor ([851831-VF-28])
(Shots of a law professor in his office working with research material, also shot of an elderly reception secretary in an old office area and a man reading a letter at his desk.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 80)
 
Rocket Engines ([851831-VF-29])
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
President Hatcher ([851831-VF-30])
(Footage of UM President Harlan Hatcher.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 350)
 
Locks of Sault Ste. Marie ([851831-VF-33])
(Footage of the locks in operation, the lockmaster, and a working model of the locks.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 250)
 
Aeronautical Engineering Lab ([851831-VF-37])
(Footage of students and professors working in the Aeronautical Engineering Lab including shots of equipment, students working on aircraft guidance system, and on computers. (Filmed for "First Hundred Years" engineering centennial.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 300)
 
Dorm Rooms ([851831-VF-40])
(Footage of male students in a dorm room, studying, unpacking and setting up room, talking with visitors.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 350)
 
Marching Band ([851831-VF-48])
(Footage of UM Marching Band performing, several high school marching bands, and football team entering stadium.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Marching Band ([851831-VF-49])
(Footage of UM Marching Band performing and of crowds in Michigan Stadium.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Athletic Crowds ([851831-VF-50])
(Footage of students watching indoor sports event.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 80)
 
ROTC ([851831-VF-51])
(Footage of UM ROTC unit in classroom and in drill formation.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 250)
 
TV Studio ([851831-VF-52])
(Footage of the UM television studio, control room, cameras, stage and equipment, also shot of WUOM radio studio.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 350)
 
Health Services Scenes ([851831-VF-53])
(Footage shot in the pharmacy dept. of the UM Health Services for the film "Health is a Circle", also includes shots of a doctor's office and records office.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Health Services Scenes ([851831-VF-54])
(Footage of a doctors' conference at UM Health Services.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 250)
 
Marching Band ([851831-VF-55])
(Footage of UM Marching Band performing in Michigan stadium and shots of the crowd.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Women's Sports ([851831-VF-56])
(Footage of women's golf practice with woman instructor, also tennis, volleyball, archery, and field hockey practice.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 250)
 
Wrestling Scenes ([851831-VF-58])
(Footage of UM wrestling matches.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 500)
 
Wrestling Scenes ([851831-VF-59])
(Footage of UM wrestling matches and shots of the crowd.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 450)
 
Wrestling Scenes ([851831-VF-60])
(Footage of UM wrestling matches.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Campus Scenes ([851831-VF-61])
(Shots of various buildings and locations on Central and North Campus, including the Union, President's House, Graduate Library steps, students on steps of Angell Hall, Michigan League, and Burton Tower.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 350)
 
Football Game ([851831-VF-62])
(Football game footage, majorettes, crowd shots, cheerleaders, and Marching Band.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Campus Aerials ([851831-VF-63])
(Aerial of Central Campus.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Marching Band ([851831-VF-64])
(Footage of UM Marching Band performing at Northwestern football game, crowd shots.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Campus Buildings ([851831-VF-67])
(Footage of a number of campus buildings including Chemistry, Food Service, University Press, Dental School, Student Publications, Angell Hall, President's House, Newberry House, TV Center, Botanical Gardens, Observatory, East Eng., and Hockey Rink.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Symphonic Band ([851831-VF-68])
(Footage of a performance of the UM Symphony Band in Hill Auditorium, also footage of a high school graduation in Johanesburg, Michigan.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Commencement ([851831-VF-70])
(Footage of graduation ceremonies in Michigan Stadium, professors and students in academic robes, and shots of the crowd.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Commencement ([851831-VF-71])
(Footage of graduation ceremony including speakers, Navy ROTC cadets marching, and students and professors in academic robes.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 300)
 
Michigras ([851831-VF-76])
(Footage of floats, the parade, and crowd at the annual Michigras celebration.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Engineering Centennial ([851831-VF-77])
(Footage filmed for Engineering Centennial film includes shots of speakers at centennial ceremonies, students and professors, and old cars.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 600)
 
Commencement ([851831-VF-78])
(Footage of commencement exercises.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 250)
 
Student Newspaper ([851831-VF-81])
(Footage of the Student Publications Building and equipment shows linotype machine and student paper coming off the press.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
East Quad and Martha Cook ([851831-VF-83])
(Footage of students in the East Quad cafeteria, girl writing letter in dorm room, and girls at Martha Cook dormitory having dinner with a professor.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Locks of Sault Ste. Marie ([851831-VF-84])
(Footage shot for film on the Locks includes shot of an Indian and trapper canoeing on waterway, and scenic shots of lake and river rapids.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 350)
 
High School Band Day 1960 ([851831-VF-85])
(Footage taken at Michigan stadium includes shots of ROTC cadets raising flag, the press booths, stadium pennants waving against the sky, and coaches on the sidelines.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Industrial Exhaust Systems ([851831-VF-86])
(Footage for a film on industrial exhaust systems includes shots of students and professors working in the UM fluid test laboratory and the engineering drawing lab.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Buildings ([851831-VF-87])
(Exterior shots of West Quad, the marquee of the Michigan theater, Pretzel Bell lights, interior shots of Michigan League, student working in geology lab, Ann Arbor train station, and the UM airport.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Fall Scenes ([851831-VF-88])
(Shots of campus in the fall including students listening to speech on Diag, the Arboretum, Burton Tower, Law School, and students walking across campus or sitting on benches.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 350)
 
Stockwell Dormitory ([851831-VF-90])
(Footage taken at Stockwell women's dorm includes scenes of a student unloading car and moving in, interior of a dorm room. Also footage of the UM International Center and professor speaking with foreign students.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Engineering Arch ([851831-VF-97])
(Footage of West Engineering Building and Engineering Arch and of street scenes along South University Ave.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 250)
 
Metal Foundry and Labs ([851831-VF-98])
(Footage of a foundry, including a Bessemer Converter furnace, and various metal working labs. (UM?) Shots of men working lathes, a welding class, and men operating machine tools. Also shot of the inferior of the wind tunnel.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 400)
 
Campus Signs ([851831-VF-99])
(Shots of a variety of signs from campus and town including those for Adams House, Michigan Theater, Metzger's, Pretzel Bell, Sugar Bowl café, and Slater's.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Swimming Meet ([851831-VF-103])
(Shots of swimmers, divers, and spectators at a UM swimming and diving meet.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 250)
 
Drawing Class ([851831-VF-105])
(Art students in figure drawing class drawing nudes.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 150)
 
Lemmler ([851831-VF-108])
(Footage of Ford Lemmler and other AVEC staff doing sound checks.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 450)
 
AVEC Staff ([851831-VF-109])
(Footage of the AVEC production staff performing equipment checks.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Campus Buildings ([851831-VF-113])
(Footage of campus buildings including Phoenix Lab, Television Center, Angell Hall addition, Women's Phys-Ed, Athletic Admin., Kresge Med., Cooley Lab, School of Public Health, Northwood Apts., Varsity Pool construction, Children's Psych. Hosp.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Campus Buildings ([851831-VF-113])
(Michigan Stadium old press box, Yost Monument, U Hospital, Alice Lloyd Hall, Veterans' Readjustment Center, U. Terrace Apts., Ferry Field, Law Library, Outpatient Clinic, and School of Business Administration.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
AVEC Film ([851831-VF-118])
(Footage of AVEC facilities and staff includes shots of the production unit in action, staff members using various pieces of equipment, the film library, and the repair room.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Winter Scenes on Campus ([851831-VF-120])
(Footage of campus during winter includes shots of Romance Languages Building, Law School, Hill Aud., Engineering Arch, Clements Library and Martha Cook dormitory.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 80)
 
Band Day 1960 ([851831-VF-121])
(Footage of various high school bands assembling and marching outside Michigan Stadium in preparation for Band Day performance.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 250)
 
Marching Band ([851831-VF-122])
(Footage of UM Marching Band performing in Michigan Stadium on "Band Day.")
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Marching Band ([851831-VF-124])
(Footage of UM Marching Band performing in Michigan Stadium, high angle shots.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Medical Clinic Scenes ([851831-VF-125])
(Footage shot in several UM medical clinics includes scenes of a woman working with a microscope, a girl receiving an injection, a male student taking water therapy, and a mass injection for students as they file through a room.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 300)
 
Medical Clinic Scenes ([851831-VF-126])
(Footage taken in several UM medical clinics for film "Health is a Circle" includes shots of a girl receiving a complexion examination, electrocardiograph and blood pressure tests, and doctor examining student.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Medical Clinic Scenes ([851831-VF-127])
(Footage shot in several UM medical clinics for film "Health Is a Circle" includes shots of nurse technician taking X-rays and doctor reading X-rays.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 250)
 
Health Service ([851831-VF-130])
(Footage of the UM Health Service for film "Health is a Circle" includes shots of the Health Service reception area, students being interviewed and the director of the Health service. Features: Morley Beckett, UM-Health Services)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Coeds Sunbathing ([851831-VF-137])
(Footage of coeds sunbathing on the roof of Newberry House and at Palmer Field.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 300)
 
Engineering Centennial ([851831-VF-138])
(Footage of professors in academic gowns, ROTC unit marching and raising flag, and awarding of honorary degree to Secretary of Defense Charles Wilson.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 350)
 
Lavastida ([851831-VF-139])
(Footage of Bert Lavastida of the AVEC and another man sitting in chairs talking.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg,pos, b/w;b/w, sil;sof, 400;400)
 
Engineering Centennial ([851831-VF-140])
(Footage form the College of Engineering Centennial celebration included shots of the engineering centennial float at Engineering Arch, Air Force cadets marching, East Engineering entrance, professors and students.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 300)
 
Spring Scenes on Campus ([851831-VF-141])
(Footage includes shots of Martha Cook hall with fruit tree in bloom, Dental School, Michigan Union and fountain, Burton Tower, Rackham Building, Frieze Building extension under construction, and students on the Diag.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
High School Bands ([851831-VF-147])
(Footage of High School marching bands performing at Michigan Stadium during the UM Band Day.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
High School Bands ([851831-VF-148])
(Footage of high school marching bands performing at Michigan Stadium during UM Band Day.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
High School Bands ([851831-VF-149])
(Footage of high school marching bands performing at Michigan Stadium during UM Band Day.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
High School Bands ([851831-VF-150])
(Footage of high school marching bands performing at Michigan Stadium during UM Band Day.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Libraries ([851831-VF-152])
(Footage of students studying in the undergrad library, shot of library checkout desk and a microfilm reader.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Students on the Diag circa 1962 ([851831-VF-166])
(Footage of students walking across the Diag, also a view of the Rackham Building from the Diag and a shot of the entrance to the Student Publications Office.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 190)
 
Homecoming circa 1956 ([851831-VF-170])
(Footage of homecoming displays in front of fraternity and sorority houses.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, cop, sil, 200)
 
Campus Scenes ([851831-VF-171])
(Miscellaneous shots of campus activities, laboratories, classrooms, hospitals and clinics, includes clips from a number of AVEC productions, apparently compiled for the film "More Than Meets the Eye.")
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 370)
 
Campus Scenes ([851831-VF-173])
(Miscellaneous footage of campus apparently taken for the film "More Than Meets the Eye" includes shots of classrooms, laboratories, and some social activities.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 154)
 
Law School Seminar ([851831-VF-175])
(Footage of students and professors in a law school seminar.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Law School Seminar ([851831-VF-176])
(Footage of students and professors in a Law School seminar.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Law School Seminar ([851831-VF-177])
(Footage of students and professors in a Law School seminar.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Law School Seminar ([851831-VF-178])
(Footage of students and professors in a Law School seminar.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Law School Seminar ([851831-VF-179])
(Footage of students and professors in a Law School seminar.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Law School Seminar ([851831-VF-180])
(Footage of students and professors in a Law School seminar.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Law School Seminar ([851831-VF-181])
(Footage of students and professors in a Law School seminar.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Law School Mock Court ([851831-VF-182])
(Footage of law students and professors in a mock court trial.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Law School Mock Court ([851831-VF-183])
(Footage of law students and professors in a mock court trial.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Lawyers' Club ([851831-VF-184])
(Footage shot in the UM Lawyers' Club lounge shows students chatting by the fireplace.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Lawyers' Club ([851831-VF-185])
(Footage of UM Lawyers' Club includes some shots of facilities and of law students in discussion in front of the lounge fireplace.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Law School Dorms ([851831-VF-186])
(Footage of UM Law School dormitory facilities, three students in discussion in a dorm room.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Law School Students ([851831-VF-187])
(Footage of law students studying in dorm rooms and offices.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 300)
 
Law School ([851831-VF-188])
(Interior shots of the Law School and the Law Library, shot of students studying in Law Library.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 350)
 
Law School Dining Hall ([851831-VF-189])
(Footage of students eating in the Law School dining hall.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 350)
 
Campus Buildings ([851831-VF-190])
(Night shots of the Law School and Health Services Building.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 350)
 
Campus Scenes 1958 ([851831-VF-191])
(Footage of the Law Quad and students on campus.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Health Service Photos ([851831-VF-192])
(Film footage of still photos of UM Health Service facilities and staff (unidentified) shows examination rooms, equipment, students receiving treatment. (Needs repair.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 330)
 
Computer Film ([851831-VF-194])
(Footage shot for the AVEC film on use of the analog computer includes shots of professor at blackboard and various shots of computer and electronic equipment.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 400)
 
Computer Film ([851831-VF-195])
(Additional footage shot for AVEC film on use of the analog computer, includes shots of professor analyzing problem on blackboard and a variety of shots of electronic equipment.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Brain Surgery ([851831-VF-199])
(Footage of Dr. Richard Schneider performing brain surgery. (No shots of Schneider.)Features: Richard Schneider, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 310)
 
Series AF - Archives Film [series]
 
Judith Anderson, Actress, Interview, Spring 1963 1963 ([851831-AF-])
(Interview of Dame Judith Anderson with Prof. Robert Schnitzer on the occasion of the inauguration of the Professional Theater Program. Features: Dame Judith Anderson; Robert Schnitzer, UM-Speech; Jerrold Sandler, UM-WUOM)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w, sof; sot, 500)
 
Regents' Meeting, Nov. 1959 1959 ([851831-AF-1])
(Footage of a Regents' meeting, the last meeting of retiring Regents Leland Doan and Roscoe Bonisteel. Features: Harlan Hatcher, Marvin Niehuss, William Stirton, Ralph Sawyer, James Lewis, Wilbur Pierpont, Leland Doan, Roscoe Bonisteel, Eugene Power, Irene Murphy)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg; pos, b/w; lb/w, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Earl V. Moore Day, Michigan-Ohio State Football 1959 ([851831-AF-2])
(Film of half-time activities at Ohio-State Michigan game honoring Earl V. Moore, Dean of the School of Music. Also game footage and film from a banquet. Features: William D. Revelli, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg; pos; pos, b/w; b/w; b/w, sil; sil; sil, 500; 500; 500)
 
Distinguished Alumni Awards, 1959 1959 ([851831-AF-3])
(Presentation of awards to six faculty members during intermission of concert by combined Michigan and Ohio State Men's Glee Clubs. Features: Harlan Hatcher UM-Pres.; Erich Walter, UM-Engl.; Chester Campbell, George Holbrook, Harold C. Hunt, Charles M. Schilling)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, bw, sil, 100)
 
William D. Revelli 25th Anniversary Banquet 1960 ([851831-AF-4])
(Footage of a banquet at Michigan Union and the unveiling of a portrait of Revelli, longtime director of the University of Michigan Marching band. Jan. 7, 1960. Features: Harlan Hatcher, William D. Revelli, Alexander Ruthven, Bennie Oosterbaan, George Cavender, Marvin Niehuss, Walter Rea, Hobart Sommers, Ernest Jones)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 200)
 
William D. Revelli 25th Anniversary Banquet ([851831-AF-4])
((Group 1 l-r, Sommers, Ruthvens, Revellis, group 2: Oosterbaan, Niehuss, Revelli, Reas, group 3: Hatchers, Revellis, group 4: Cavender, Wiest, Jones, Revelli)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos. b/w. sil. 200)
 
Mental Health Research Institute Dedication 1960 ([851831-AF-5])
(Dedication ceremony for the University of Michigan Mental Health Research Institute Building, dedication speech by Gov. G. Mennen Williams. Jan. 29, 1960. Features: James Miller, UM-MHRI; Ralph George, UM-MHRI; G. Mennen Williams; Ralph Tyler; Dettler Bonk)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, b/w; b/w, sof; sof, 400; 400)
 
Sidney Chapman Commencement Speech, Jan. 1960 1960 ([851831-AF-6])
(Excerpts from the commencement speech by Sidney Chapman, briefly mentions activities of the International Geophysical Year. Features: Sidney Chapman)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 00:04:50)
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Coaches: Cliff Keen and Gus Stager 1960 ([851831-AF-7])
(Interviews with UM Wrestling Coach Cliff Keen and Swimming Coach Gus Stager, both of whose teams had just won Big Ten championships. Keen discusses his 35 years as wrestling coach, Stager talks about his job as U.S. Olympic coach in 1960. Features: Clifford Keen, UM-Ath.; Augustus Stager, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, b/w; b/w, sil; sof, 200; 200)
 
Regent's Meeting April 1960 ([851831-AF-8])
(Footage of a Regents Meeting in the Administration Building. Features: Frederic C. Matthei, William McInally, Charles Kennedy, Donald Thurber, Cleland Wylie)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 200)
 
Bernard Leach Interview 1960 ([851831-AF-9])
(Interview with English ceramist Bernard Leach by Guy Palazzola. Leach discusses Eastern pottery and the history of the St. Ives pottery. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Bernard Leach)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 200)
 
Earl V. Moore Testimonial Banquet 1960 ([851831-AF-10])
(Footage of guests at banquet honoring Earl V. Moore, Dean of the School of Music at the Michigan League in May 1960, features presentation of a portrait of Moore and several awards. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Earl V. Moore, UM-Music; William Revelli, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 500)
 
Dr. Christofferson Interview 1960 ([851831-AF-11])
(An amusing interview with Dr. Carl Christofferson, a dentist who gave up his practice to pursue ornithology, also the presentation of a Citation of Honor for Christofferson from the University of Michigan Board of Regents. Features: Carl Christofferson; Hazen Schumacher, UM-TVC)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, silent, 00:05:12)
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Dr. Kenneth Eastlick circa 1960 ([851831-AF-12])
(A brief film showing Dr. Eastlick providing dental treatment to a patient in the University dental clinic. Features: Kenneth Eastlick, UM-Dent.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 00:02:51)
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Leslie White - Viking Award 1960 ([851831-AF-13])
(Leslie White, noted UM anthropologist, discusses receiving the Viking Award for anthropological research in New York on March 4, 1960. Elman Service presents White with a volume of essays by White's former students on occasion of his 60th birthday. Features: Leslie White, UM-Anth.; Elman Service)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 150)
 
Blythe Stason Interview June 1960 ([851831-AF-15])
(Interview with retiring Dean of the University of Michigan Law School. Stason discusses his plans for the future and the incoming dean. Features: E. Blythe Stason, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 300)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sound, 00:03:30)
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Commencement Exercises June 1960 ([851831-AF-16])
(Footage of the graduation ceremony at the University of Michigan. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; William Stirton, UM-VP; Ralph Sawyer, UM-VP; James Lewis, UM-VP)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg; pos, b/w; b/w, sil; sil, 900; 900)
 
James K. Pollock, Faculty Award Winner 1960 ([851831-AF-17])
(Political science professor and faculty award winner James K. Pollock in his office in Haven Hall. Pollock speaks to a person off camera and displays the faculty award and his American and German Order of Merit Awards. (on core with #22.) Features: James K. Pollock, UM-Pol.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 00:02:52)
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Ralph Sawyer Interview 1960 ([851831-AF-18])
(Sawyer, Vice-President for Research speaks about the reasons for establishing that office at the University of Michigan. Filmed in Sawyer's office in Rackham Building. (Two takes with slightly different content.)Features: Ralph Sawyer, UM-VP)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg; b/w, sof, 161)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 161, 00:04:32)
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Ralph Sawyer Interview 1960 ([851831-AF-18-a])
(Sawyer, Vice-President for Research speaks about the reasons for establishing that office at the University of Michigan. Filmed in Sawyer's office in Rackham Building. (Second take of AF-18, s with slightly different content.) Features: Ralph Sawyer, UM-VP)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 100)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof)
 
Streaming File: (851831-AF18a.flv)
 
Paul McCracken, Faculty Award Winner, 1960 1960 ([851831-AF-19])
(Footage of businessmen in a Business School classroom, McCracken does not appear in footage. (Part of a work print that has been cut up.))
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 100)
 
Paul Kauper, Faculty Award Winner 1960 ([851831-AF-20])
(Footage of Paul Kauper working at his desk in the Legal Research Building. Features: Paul Kauper, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; b/w,sil, 53)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 53' 5, 00:01:32)
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Stanley A. Cain, Faculty Award Winner, 1960 1960 ([851831-AF-21])
(Footage of School of Natural Resources Professor Cain talking with four graduate students. Features: Stanley A. Cain, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; neg, b/w; b/w, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
William L. Hays, Faculty Award Winner 1960 ([851831-AF-22])
(Psychology professor and winner of the Henry Russell Award, William L. Hays, is filmed in a classroom in Mason Hall working with a computer. (On core with #17.)Features: William L. Hays, UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 100)
 
Russell Stevenson Retirement July 1960 ([851831-AF-23])
(Interview with retiring Dean of the School of Business Administration. Stevenson refers to plans for constructing a new Business School building and what that will mean for the school. (Two nearly identical takes.)Features: Russell Stevenson, UM-Bus.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof; sot, 330;)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 330', 00:09:10)
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Lyle M. Nelson Appointment as VP, 1960 1960 ([851831-AF-24])
(Footage of newly appointed Vice-President for University Relations, speaking and working in his office. Features: Lyle Nelson, UM-VP)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; neg, b/w; b/w, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Pharmacy Building Exterior 1960 ([851831-AF-25])
(Footage of the outside of the Pharmacy building just after its completion.)
 
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University of Michigan Campus, Summer 1960 1960 ([851831-AF-26])
(Footage of the Michigan League, Rackham Building, Burton Tower, and the Bendix Systems Building.)
 
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May Festival - Hill Auditorium circa 1960 ([851831-AF-27])
(Footage of people arriving at Hill Auditorium for an afternoon May Festival concert.)
 
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Campus Construction Scenes 1960 ([851831-AF-28])
(Footage of construction of the Thompson St. Parking Structure, Student Activities Building, and the Cyclotron site, also footage of parking lot attendant Elmer Fritz. Features: Elmer Fritz, UM Parking Lot Attendant)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; b/w, sil, 192)
 
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Joseph Maddy Retirement Banquet, Jan.1961 1961 ([851831-AF-29])
(Footage of banquet honoring music professor Maddy on his retirement, shots of Maddy receiving a citation and the Girls Choir from Cass Tech High School. Features: Joseph Maddy, UM-Music)
 
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Band Practice at Wine's Field, Sept 1960 1960 ([851831-AF-30])
(William Revelli leads casually dressed UM Marching band members through practice. Features: William Revelli, UM-Music)
 
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Midyear Graduation, 1960 1960 ([851831-AF-31])
(Footage of the canopy from Hill Auditorium to Natural Sciences Building and the procession of graduates and dignitaries.)
 
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Registration / Orientation 1960 ([851831-AF-32])
(Footage of students registering for classes in Waterman Gym and students on orientation tours of campus.)
 
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Donald A. Glaser Reception at Inglis House 1961 ([851831-AF-33])
(Footage of reception for 1960 Nobel Prize winner in physics who was at the University to deliver the Fagerburg Lecture (50 ft.). Also footage of students registering at the Administration Building (50 ft.). Features: Donald A. Glaser)
 
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Band Day, Oct. 1960 1960 ([851831-AF-34])
(Footage of activities on University of Michigan Band Day when 12,000 high school band members perform in Michigan Stadium, includes pre-game preparations, half-time performance, and some shots of the Michigan-Duke football game. Features: Karl L. King)
 
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Homecoming 1960 ([851831-AF-35])
(Activities of homecoming weekend 1960, includes pep rally in the Diag, shots of fraternity sculptures in construction and completed, a cheerleader suffering an injury at pep rally.)
 
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Minnesota Football, Homecoming 1960 1960 ([851831-AF-36])
(Footage of homecoming displays and some shots of the football game.)
 
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Symphony Band Departure for Russia 1961 ([851831-AF-37])
(Shows UM Symphony Band preparing to depart on State Department sponsored tour of Russia and the Middle East, includes shots of band gathering at East Hall and boarding plane at Willow Run airport. Long and close-up shots of East Hall. Features: William Revelli, UM-Music; George Cavender, UM-Music; Symphony Band)
 
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Eugene Ormandy Interview, Spring 1960 1960 ([851831-AF-38])
(Ormandy speaks about the 25th anniversary of the Philadelphia Orchestra performing at the May Festival, pays tribute to Earl V. Moore.; (Some of this footage was used in the TVC program "A Place For Music," Series B)Features: Eugene Ormandy; Clyde Thompson, UM-Music)
 
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Pharmacy Building Dedication 1960 ([851831-AF-39])
(Footage of the ceremonies dedicating the UM Pharmacy Building in December 1960. Dean Tom R. Rowe introduces Francis Schmehl and Melvin W. Green of the American Council of Pharmaceutical Education. Features: Tom R. Rowe, UM-Pharm.; Francis Schmehl; Melvin W. Green)
 
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Law School Centennial 1961 ([851831-AF-40])
(Lectures by John R. Brown, U.S. Circuit Court, Hartley Shawcross, Sussex, England and Ralph M. Carson, a New York attorney, on civil rights, national sovereignty vs. states rights, and freedom of speech in observance of the UM Law School Centennial. Features: John R. Brown; Sir Hartley Shawcross; Ralph M. Carson)
 
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Half-time Ceremonies, UM-Illinois Football Game 1960 ([851831-AF-41])
(Mostly Marching Band performance, Augustus Stager is honored as 1960 U.S. Olympic Swimming Coach and presents an award to Joan Spillane, UM athlete. Features: Augustus Stager, UM-Ath.; William Revelli, UM-Music; Joan Spillane, UM athlete)
 
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Midyear Graduation, 1961 1961 ([851831-AF-42])
(Footage of a reception after the graduation ceremony with Pres. Hatcher and guests: diplomat Chester Bowles and the president of Waseda University in Japan. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Chester Bowles; Nobumoto Ohama; Minoru Yamasaki)
 
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Thayer St. Parking Lot and Faculty Awards 1960 ([851831-AF-43])
(Footage of the construction site of Thayer St. Parking Structure and of the Faculty Awards ceremony. (Similar footage is also contained on Archives #44.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
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Faculty Award Winners 1960-1961, 1960 ([851831-AF-44])
(Pres. Harlan Hatcher gives the State of the University Address and introduces the Faculty Award winners. Features: Sheridan Baker, UM-Engl.; Allen Clark, UM-Math; John Flowers, UM-Music; Lawrence Slobodkin, UM-LSA; Paul Baker, UM-Med.; Hans Kurath; E. Lowell Kelly)
 
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Engineering Research Services and Cyclotron 1961 ([851831-AF-45])
(Footage of construction of the UM Engineering Research Services Building and the Cyclotron, March 1961.)
 
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George Romney 1960 ([851831-AF-46])
(President of the American Motors Company is interviewed in TVC studio, discusses the impact his organization, Citizens For Michigan can have on state political affairs. Features: George Romney)
 
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Harold Stassen 1960 ([851831-AF-47])
(Harold Stassen is interviewed in TVC studio on his proposal for nuclear inspections as part of an arms control program. (Kinescope negative.)Features: Harold Stassen)
 
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"A Program for the Aged" with Sen. Wayne Morse ([851831-AF-48])
(Footage of panel discussion with Sen. Wayne Morse on problems of the aged and government programs to assist them. Features: Wayne Morse)
 
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Italian Ambassador 1961 ([851831-AF-50])
(Footage of Signior Brosio visit to UM campus to take part in a centennial celebration of the University of Italy. He speaks of the need for a European nation. Features: Signior Brosio, Italian Ambassador)
 
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Hans Kurath and E. Lowell Kelly, Faculty Awards 1961 ([851831-AF-51])
(Faculty Award Winners. Dr. Kurath at his desk in Angell Hall. E. Lowell Kelly in his office, 7th floor, Haven Hall. Close-up of Dr. Kelly's Faculty Award certificate. Features: Hans Kurath, UM-Ling; E. Lowell Kelly, UM-Psych.)
 
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Spring Weekend 1961 ([851831-AF-53])
(Footage of Spring Weekend activities on the Diag on a cold rainy afternoon, including parade of men dressed as women and shots of the crowd.)
 
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Arnold Toynbee 1961 ([851831-AF-54])
(Footage of a press conference, May 12, 1961, held before Toynbee delivered the Honors Convocation Address. Held in Board of Regents Room of the Administration Building. (Sound quality is not always good.)Features: Arnold Toynbee)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sof, 506)
 
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Michigamua Initiation 1961 ([851831-AF-55])
(Footage of the initiation ritual of the Michigamua Honorary Fraternity, includes shots of initiates being "painted" near the General Library, members on top of and marching from the Michigan Union and long shots of old members observing initiation.)
 
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Festival of Song, May 16, 1961 1961 ([851831-AF-56])
(Filmed at Pinckney High School Auditorium, a music program for children under the direction of Miss Frances Gillett, children singing and dancing, crowd shots. Features: Frances Gillett)
 
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Student Activities Building Construction 1961 ([851831-AF-57])
(Footage of the completed addition to the Student Activities Building (35') and construction site of the Thayer St. Parking Structure (65').)
 
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Commencement Exercises June 1959 ([851831-AF-58])
(Graduation ceremony, June 1959, Marion Anderson is the speaker. (Much of the footage is underexposed.)Features: Marion Anderson)
 
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University of Michigan Orchestra, Spring 1959 1959 ([851831-AF-59])
(Joseph Blatt conducts the University of Michigan Symphony Orchestra in performances of Stravinsky and Beethoven (reel 1) and Brahms, Debussy and Mozart (reel 2) ["Right of Spring" is not cleared for broadcast use.]Features: Joseph Blatt, Symphony Orchestra)
 
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Commencement Exercises June 1958 ([851831-AF-60])
(Footage of graduation, Harlan Hatcher presenting Honorary Degrees, main address by Henry T. Heald, President of the Ford Foundation. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Henry T. Heald, James Doolittle, Clifford Cook Furnas, James Churchill Zeder, Theodore Heuss, Sir Leslie Knox Munro)
 
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Preston Slosson Retirement July 1961 ([851831-AF-61])
(Longtime UM history professor gives his views on the Korean problem, Berlin and British troops in Kuwait. (There is a separate sound track on film.)Features: Preston Slosson, UM-Hist.)
 
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Leslie Bassett, Prix de Rome July 1961 ([851831-AF-62])
(Footage of UM composer and winner of the Prix de Rome, working at his piano in his Ann Arbor home. Features: Leslie Bassett, UM-Music)
 
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Thayer Street Parking Lot Construction--Crane Fall 1961 ([851831-AF-63])
(Crane has toppled over and damaged 4 cars in University Parking Lot behind Hill Auditorium (7/12/61). (See also Archives #57))
 
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Pres. Hatcher Anniversary Banquet, 1961 1961 ([851831-AF-64])
(Regent Eugene Power's speech at anniversary banquet for UM Pres. Harlan Hatcher, Oct.1961. (This is a sound track only.)Features: Eugene Power, UM-Regent)
 
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Michigan-Army Football Game October 1961 ([851831-AF-65])
(Shots of band, teams coming onto field, Coach Elliott. (Two prints exist, one is not good quality.) Features: Chalmers "Bump" Elliott, UM-Ath.; Marching Band.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 300; 300)
 
Faculty Award Winners 1961-1962, 1961 ([851831-AF-66])
(Pres. Harlan Hatcher and Faculty Award Winners, 1961-1962. Features: Armand Guarino, John R. Gosling, John Merserau, Jr., William Kelly, William Revelli, Wesley Maurer, D. Maynard Philips, John Kohl)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 300; 300)
 
Law School Closed Circuit TV, Wash. Co. Cir. Court 1968 ([851831-AF-68-a])
(Mr. Satterfield speaks into camera at the inauguration, Jan., 1968, of closed circuit TV between UM Law School and Washtenaw County Circuit Court. This was the first use of closed circuit TV of live proceedings for instruction. (Four reels total.)Features: Mr. Satterfield)
 
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Law School Closed Circuit TV, Wash. Co. Cir. Court 1968 ([851831-AF-68-b])
(Mr. Satterfield speaks into camera at the inauguration, Jan., 1968, of closed circuit TV between UM Law School and Washtenaw County Circuit Court. This was the first use of closed circuit TV of live proceedings for instruction. (Four reels total.)Features: Mr. Satterfield)
 
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Mid-Year Graduation, 1962 1962 ([851831-AF-69])
(Commencement address. Speaker is not identified. Features: Bishop Emrich)
 
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UM Board of Regents Meeting, Feb. 1962 1962 ([851831-AF-70])
(Shots of all regents and vice-pres. in attendance. VP-Pierpont shows award winning drawing of new Thayer St. Parking Structure. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Ralph Sawyer, UM-VP; Wilbur K. Pierpont, UM-VP; Eugene Power, UM-Regent.)
 
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Michigan State-Michigan Hockey Game 1962 ([851831-AF-71])
(Shots of play, crowd, ice-machine at 2/24/62 hockey game. Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club members skating pre-game. Features: Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club)
 
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Vice Pres. Heyns, Dean LSA, March 1962 1962 ([851831-AF-72])
(Footage of UM-VP Heyns at desk in office, March, 1962. Shots of Mrs. Janet Ivory, secretary. Features: Roger Heyns, UM-VP)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil; sot, 200; 200; 200)
 
Fashions 1962 ([851831-AF-73-a])
(Fashion A. Footage of students modeling ski wear at Geddes Avenue gate into the Arboretum. Features: Nevena Ford, UM-Student; Nicholes Mele, UM-student)
 
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Fashions 1962 ([851831-AF-73-b])
(Alpha Xi Delta. Modeling of formal and informal outfits in various rooms of Sorority House. Filmed in April, 1962. Features: Alpha Xi Delta)
 
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Professor James Zumberge 1962 ([851831-AF-74])
(Professor Zumberge at his desk in office in Nat. Sci. Building examining architect's plans for the new Grand Valley College of which he is to be president. Features: James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
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Michigras Parade 1962 ([851831-AF-75])
(Shots of bands, floats, and dignitaries during Michigras Parade. Cutaways of crowd. (Three reels, footage has been cut up, needs repair.)Features: Mayor and Mrs. Chen)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; pos, b/w; col; col, sil; sil; sil, 600; 100; 500)
 
Band Tour of Russia 1961 ([851831-AF-76-a])
(Footage shot by Fred Moncrieff of INS of UM Band in Russia and Near East. (Total of five reels. See also Archives #37)Features: Symphony Band; William D. Revelli, UM-Music)
 
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Band Tour of Russia 1961 ([851831-AF-76-b])
(Band in Europe. Band shown at unidentified site, appears to be an ancient arena. Footage of Band leaving on plane. Features: Symphony Band)
 
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TV Fire 1961 ([851831-AF-76-c])
(Footage of inspection of office and storage area at UM Television Center where fire had occurred. Firemen on site.)
 
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Alumni Memories of Ruthven Era 1962 ([851831-AF-77])
(UM alumni and staff recall events and their experiences of President's tenure. Footage on 1st reel contains shots of Harry Kipke, William Revelli, Pres. Hatcher and Pres. Ruthven. 2nd reel shows Mrs. Strickland's interview. (Needs repair.)Features: Harry Kipke, UM-Ath.; William Revelli, UM-Music; Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Alexander Ruthven, UM-Pres.; Mrs. Strickland)
 
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Alumni Memories of Ruthven Era 1962 ([851831-AF-77-a])
(Notable Michigan alumni, regents, and faculty recall their memories of the Ruthven era. Part of the celebration marking Pres. Ruthven's 80th birthday. Ruthven testimonial, June, 1962. (Total of four reels.)Features: William Revelli, W. Dames, T. Hawley Tapping, Mrs. Strickland, Paul Bigby, Harry Kipke, M. Van Wagoner, Pres.& Mrs. Hatcher, Pres. & Mrs. Ruthven)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 750; 1000)
 
Alumni Memories of Ruthven Era 1962 ([851831-AF-77-b])
(Recollections of the Ruthven era at the University of Michigan. Features: William Revelli, UM-Music; Harry Carver, UM-Math; Theodore Dames, Mgr. Allenel Hotel; T. Hawley Tapping, Gen .Sec. Alumni Assoc.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 700)
 
Alumni Memories of Ruthven Era 1962 ([851831-AF-77-c])
(Recollections of the Ruthven era at the University of Michigan. Features: Harry Kipke, UM-Ath.; Murray D. Van Wagoner, UM-Regent; Mrs. Russell Strickland)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sof; sof, 700; 700)
 
Albert Luconi Retirement July 1962 ([851831-AF-78])
(Footage filmed in Luconi's studio in Harris Hall, of him teaching, and of a UM quintet rehearsing on the stage of Rackham Lecture Hall. Exterior shot of Harris Hall. Features: Albert Luconi, UM-Music; Nelson Hauenstein, UM-Music; Florian Mueller, UM-Music; Leon Stout UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg; wp, b/w; b/w, sil; sil, 200; 190)
 
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Dearborn Center Dedication October 1961 ([851831-AF-79])
(Shots of processional, guests, regents, and dignitaries. Speech by Dr. Walter C. Langsam. October, 1961. Footage of Dearborn Campus before the ceremonies. (Four original reels total and one magnetic sound track, sound on film is sometimes distorted.) Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; William Stirton, UM-VP Dir. Dearborn Cntr.; Dr. Walter C. Langsam, Pres. Univ. of Cincinnati)
 
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Prof. Wm. Lewis and Art Class 1962 ([851831-AF-80])
(Prof. Lewis and art class in garden of the old School of Architecture. Shots of Bus. Admin. Bldg. and Law Quadrangle. Spring, 1962. Features: William A. Lewis, UM-Art)
 
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Commencement June 1962 ([851831-AF-81])
(Robert McNamara is speaking at Commencement, June, 1962. Robert Frost receives honorary degree. (Sound is very distorted, bad echo,) Features: Robert McNamara, U.S. Sec. Defense; Robert Frost)
 
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Commencement June 1962 ([851831-AF-81-a])
(Robert McNamara is speaking at Commencement, June, 1962. Robert Frost receives honorary degree. Features: Robert McNamara, U.S. Sec. Defense; Robert Frost)
 
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National Music Camp Ballet and Orchestra 1961 ([851831-AF-82])
(Ballet and Music concert on the Mall at Fairlane (Dearborn Center). Shots of dancers, Professor Maddy, and VP Stirton. Same concert was given the next day on the lawn of the White House. Aug.8, 1961. (Work print needs repair.)Features: Joseph E. Maddy, UM-Music; William Stirton, UM-VP)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp,b/w; sil; sot, 684)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 684, 00:19:00)
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MPATI Activities, UMTV 1962 ([851831-AF-83])
(Footage of the Summer MPATI Series. Instructor, Miss Rita Christe, works with dramatics for the series "All That I Am." Some shots of the crew, some control room footage of director, Ron Bornstein. Features: Rita Christe, UM-Speech; Ron Bornstein, UM-TVC)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; neg, b/w; b/w, sof, 200)
 
Botanical Gardens and North Campus Buildings 1962 ([851831-AF-84])
(Footage of interiors of Botanical Gardens buildings. Early construction on Institute of Science and Technology, Hearing Research Building, and the UM Cyclotron.)
 
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UM Hosp. Installation of Color TV for Mock Demo's 1962 ([851831-AF-85-a])
(Footage from material produced for use at UM Medical Center, filmed on a mock set. Discussion of a heart condition, X-rays and chest examinations. Features: Richard Judge, UM-Med.; Hazen Schumacher, UM-TVC)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; b/w, sil; sil; sot, 200; 200)
 
UM Hosp. Installation of Color TV for Mock Demo's 1962 ([851831-AF-85-b])
(Film footage of TVC staff and equipment during filming of a medical television production hosted by Richard Judge. Includes shots of cameramen and lighting crew at work and of Hazen Schumacher directing in the control booth. Features: Richard Judge, UM-Med; Hazen Schumacher, UM-TVC)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 346)
 
Assoc. Producing Artists: Fraternity Shenanigans 1962 ([851831-AF-86])
(Arrival at Michigan League of members of Association of Producing Artists, greeted by Prof. Robert A. Schnitzer. Also fraternity fun and frolics including "twisting" and fire engine ride, Fall, 1962. Features: Robert A. Schnitzer, UM-PTP)
 
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Physics Building Construction 1962 ([851831-AF-87])
(The new Physics Building nears completion in late summer, 1962. Shots of building, workmen, etc.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 94)
 
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Dearborn Center Graduation, 1961 1962 ([851831-AF-88])
(First graduation ceremony at Dearborn Center. Features: Chief Marshall; Karl Litzenberg; William Stirton, UM-V.P.Dir., Dearborn Center; Friars; Kenneth A. Meade, GM)
 
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Campus and Ann Arbor Scenes, Fall 1963 1963 ([851831-AF-89])
(Footage of many campus and community buildings including Buhl Genetics Lab., Physics and Astronomy, Medical Center, IST, panorama of North Campus, and buildings on AA Research Park including Parke-Davis, Conductron, Bendix, and Lear Siegler.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 1000)
 
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Commencement and Associated Activities 1961 ([851831-AF-90])
(Extensive coverage of commencement, robing of dignitaries, band concert on the Diag the previous night, alumni gathered around Alumni Memorial Hall. Footage of Edward R. Murrow delivering commencement address. Features: Edward R. Murrow.)
 
Commencement and Associated Activities 1961 ([851831-AF-90-a])
(Footage of dignitaries, Pres. Hatcher, Edward R. Murrow delivering commencement address, graduates, honorary degrees. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Edward R. Murrow)
 
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Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 1166, 00:32:26)
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Commencement and Associated Activities 1961 ([851831-AF-90-b])
(Graduates entering field at U-M Stadium, dignitaries, Edward R. Murrow, crowd shots. Features: Edward R. Murrow)
 
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Commencement and Associated Activities 1961 ([851831-AF-90-c])
(Graduates gathering, dignitaries arriving, flags being set on field at UM-Stadium, crowd shots, Edward R. Murrow delivering commencement address, graduates receiving diplomas. Features: Edward R. Murrow)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 1036, 00:28:47)
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Commencement and Associated Activities 1961 ([851831-AF-90-e])
(Original mag track reels 1 and 2; begins with band music; Benediction- 38:00; Harlan Hatcher welcome - 38:45; Murrow introduction - 42:00; Murrow speech - 44:30)
 
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Commencement and Associated Activities 1961 ([851831-AF-90-f])
(continues audio of graduation ceremony. conferring of degrees, mostly band music, welcome to the Alumni Association; playing of The Yellow and Blue")
 
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Commencement and Associated Activities. 1961 ([851831-AF-90-f])
(Long shots of field at UM-Stadium, and graduation activities. (Film has been spliced out of order))
 
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Closing of Museum Zoo, 1963 1963
 
Closing of Museum Zoo, 1963 1963 ([851831-AF-91])
(Closeup shots of animals at the UM Museum Zoo.)
 
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Closing of Museum Zoo, 1963 1963 ([851831-AF-91-a])
(Shots of site of the UM Museum Zoo before and after it is torn down.)
 
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Closing of Museum Zoo, 1963 1963 ([851831-AF-91-b])
(Shots of Mrs. Joyce King with sons looking at animals at UM Museum Zoo, shots of animals, shots of zoo site before and after it is torn down. Shots of residential area. (Needs repair.)Features: Mrs. Joyce (Harold) King with sons Michael and David)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil,243, 00:06:46)
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Closing of Museum Zoo, 1963 1963 ([851831-AF-91-c])
(Shots of Mrs. Joyce King with sons looking at animals at UM Museum Zoo, shots of animals, shots of zoo site before and after it is torn down. (Needs repair.)Features: Mrs. Joyce (Harold) King with sons Michael and David)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 244, 00:07:09)
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Harlan Hatcher ([851831-AF-91-d])
(Harlan Hatcher with dignitaries. Faculty Awards? Regents Meeting? Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
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Music School Dedication, Fall 1962 (Groundbreaking) 1962 ([851831-AF-92])
(Ground Breaking ceremony for School of Music on North Campus. Begins with shots of gathering of dignitaries at the site. (Needs repair)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Prof. Wallace, UM-Dean; Ralph Sawyer, UM-VP; William Revelli, UM-Music; Eugene Power, Regent; Frederick Matthaei, Regent)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 290)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 290 00:08:06)
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Galens Tag Day, Christmas, 1962 1962 ([851831-AF-93])
(Medical student with Galen's bucket is receiving a contribution from Plum Jensen. Also footage of children's ward at UM Hospital, footage of guests seated in unidentified auditorium (Occasion unidentified). Features: Plum Jensen, UM Hosp. Children's Ward)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; neg; pos, col; b/w; col, sil; sil; sil)
 
Homecoming 1962: Minnesota-UM Football Game 1962 ([851831-AF-94])
(Footage of Homecoming display, elephant race, dog race, students twisting at Ferry Field. Footage of game, and band formations.)
 
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Graduation February 1963 ([851831-AF-95])
(Shots of dignitaries gathering, dignitaries robing in Natural Science Bldg., march through canvas tunnel to Hill Auditorium. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Claude T. Bissell)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 616)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 616, 00:17:08)
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John Tirrell, Gen. Sec. UM Alumni Assoc. circa 1962 ([851831-AF-96])
(John Tirrell, filmed in his office at Alumni Memorial Hall just before his retirement, he discusses Alumni Relations programs. Features: John Tirrell, UM-Alumni Assoc.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col, sof; sil; sot, 180; 100)
 
President Alexander Ruthven and his Morgan Horses 1962 ([851831-AF-97])
(Former president of the University of Michigan with his Morgan horses at his Ann Arbor farm, shot of barn with sign "Stonerigg Morgan Horses." Features: Alexander Ruthven, UM-Pres.)
 
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Dedication of 1st Bldg. Ann Arbor Research Park 1963 ([851831-AF-98])
(Dedication of Federal Mogul Laboratory, first building at Ann Arbor Research Park, Spring 1963. Shots of Governor George Romney, dignitaries making speeches at ceremony. Gov. Romney presents plaque. (WP needs repair.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; George Romney; Cecil Creal, Ann Arbor Mayor)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w; b/w, sil; sil; sot, 200; 200)
 
Illinois-Michigan Basketball Game, March 1963 1963 ([851831-AF-99])
(Coverage of basketball game at Yost Field House with shot of Coach Strack on his birthday. Features: Dave Strack, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; neg, col; b/w, sil; sil; sil, 200)
 
Construction-Oxford Housing Project & Buhl Bldg. 1963 ([851831-AF-100])
(Views of construction of Oxford Housing Project and Buhl Genetics Building, Spring, 1963, each more than half completed. Also unidentified footage - fraternity or sorority houses?)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col, sil, 200)
 
Kresge Hearing Bldg. Dedication May 1963 ([851831-AF-101])
(President Hatcher's speech dedicating the building. Dean Hubbard is Master of Ceremonies, Dean Furstenberg receives a portrait and speaks. Some shots of exterior of building. (Six reels and two magnetic sound tracks)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Mrs. Harlan Hatcher; William Hubbard, UM-Med.; Albert Furstenberg, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg; wp; pos, b/w; b/w; b/w, sil; sil; sof, 1500 ft. total.)
 
Idea of Michigan, Campus 1961 1961 ([851831-AF-102])
(Samuel T. Dana, Dean Emeritus, School of Natural Resources introduces film, animated section illustrates establishment of UM and the changes in relationship with Mich. government which occurred in 1850. (Footage shot for film "Idea of Michigan.)"Features: Samuel T. Dana, UM-SNR; Wilma Donahue, UM-Geront.; Jonas Salk)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sof; sof, 490; 700)
 
Idea of Michigan, Campus 1961 1961 ([851831-AF-102-a])
(Misc. coverage of campus, classrooms, students. Outstate coverage of UM-Flint, Clinton River, Mackinac Bridge, UM-Dearborn, Biological Station in Northern Michigan, Milan, Mich. (Footage shot for film "Idea of Michigan."))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, b/w; col, sil; sof, 300)
 
Ray W. Herrick, Tecumseh Products, Receiving Award 1963 ([851831-AF-103])
(Presentation of Regents Citation of Honor to Mr. Ray W. Herrick, head of Tecumseh Products, Apr. 18, 1963. Mr. Herrick is honored at a luncheon at the Union, at a ceremony in Clements Library. Many regents & VIP's in footage. (Total of seven reels.)Features: Ray W. Herrick, Tecumseh Products)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; neg; neg, b/w;, sof; sil; sil, 1500; 400)
 
Spring Weekend, Contests and Costume Events 1963 ([851831-AF-104])
(Activities of Spring Weekend, contests and costumes events, footage of Dr. Hazel Losh judging canoe event at Island Park on Huron River, Parade, helicopter landing and takeoff. (Film spliced and out of order.)Features: Hazel Losh, UM-Astron.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 400)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sound, 512, 00:14:16)
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Men's Glee Club Return from Europe, Summer, 1963 1963 ([851831-AF-106])
(Men's Glee Club is filmed upon their return from Europe at Willow Run Airport. Crowd shots include Philip Duey, Conductor, WUOM's Fred Hindley, and the Secretary of the University. Features: Philip Duey, UM-Music; Fred Hindley, UM-WUOM)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Graduation, June, 1963. C.P. Snow, Speaker 1963 ([851831-AF-107-a-b])
 
Graduation, June, 1963. C.P. Snow, Speaker 1963 ([851831-AF-107-a-b])
(Footage of a portion of commencement speech by C.P. Snow. General coverage of arrival of VIP's, honorary degree awards, also a press conference held by Snow in Regents' Room. (Total of six reels) Features: C.P. Snow, Rev. John Burgess, Alden Dow, Nathan Eddy, John Gordon, Roman Jacobson, Emory Morris, Judge Tavares)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, b/w; b/w)
 
Graduation, June, 1963. C.P. Snow, Speaker 1963 ([851831-AF-107-b])
(Press conference held by Snow in Regents' Room. (Following graduation ceremony?)Features: C.P. Snow, Rev. John Burgess, Alden Dow, Nathan Eddy, John Gordon, Roman Jacobson, Emory Morris, Judge Tavares)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; wp, b/w; col; b/w)
 
Graduation, June, 1963. C.P. Snow, Speaker 1963 ([851831-AF-107-c])
(Work print of rolls A and B? Features: C.P. Snow, Rev. John Burgess, Alden Dow, Nathan Eddy, John Gordon, Roman Jacobson, Emory Morris, Judge Tavares)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w)
 
Graduation, June, 1963. C.P. Snow, Speaker 1963 ([851831-AF-107-d])
(Miscellaneous footage of pre and post ceremony and some shots of honorary degree, (ground camera?)Features: C.P. Snow, Rev. John Burgess, Alden Dow, Nathan Eddy, John Gordon, Roman Jacobson, Emory Morris, Judge Tavares)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos/wp, col/b/w)
 
UM Alumni Camp, Boyne City, August, 1963 1963 ([851831-AF-108])
(General coverage of activity at the Alumni Camp, shots of water front, picnic. Bill Stegeth, camp director, describing Camp, square dancing, Dean Robertson lecturing. (Sound on col. pos. is not good.)Features: Bill Stegeth, UM-Camp Michigania; James Robertson, UM-LSA)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil; sot, 700;)
 
Technirama, Spring, 1963 1963 ([851831-AF-109])
(Footage of varied activities at science and technology fair at North Campus and Main Campus, crowds of UM students and children viewing scientific exhibits.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; neg, col, sil, 600)
 
Graduation, Fall, 1963, Willard Wirtz, Speaker 1963 ([851831-AF-110])
(U.S. Secretary of Labor, W. Willard Wirtz, is commencement speaker. Footage of Sec. Wirtz and Pres. Hatcher conversing in Regents' Room prior to commencement. Footage of press conference held by Sec. Wirtz on same day. Features: W. Willard Wirtz, U.S. Secretary of Labor; Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
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President Harlan Hatcher 1963 ([851831-AF-111])
(President Hatcher discusses many current UM problems, including the undergraduate program. Filmed on 12/13/63. Questions are read by Hazen Schumacher. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Hazen Schumacher, UM-TVC)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sof; sot, 400;)
 
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Subendra Kumar Dey, October 1963 ([851831-AF-112])
(Mr. Dey is given an Honorary Degree in special ceremonies. Footage of Mr. Dey during casual sightseeing, at Union and on State St., Mr. Dey is shown with Pres. Hatcher in front of the Rackham Bldg. just before ceremony. Features: Subendra Kumar Dey; Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col, sil, 85)
 
Lynn Townsend Receiving Business Leadership Award 1963 ([851831-AF-113])
(Two UM Bus. Ad. students present Mr. Lynn A. Townsend, Pres. of Chrysler Corp. with the 1963 Business Leadership Award from the UM Graduate School of Business Administration. Features: Lynn Townsend)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; neg, b/w; b/w, sof; sof, 30; 30)
 
Tuskegee Institute Choir ([851831-AF-114])
(Various shots of Tuskegee Institute Choir. Features: Tuskegee Institute Choir)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp; wp, col; col, sil, 100)
 
Michigan State-Michigan Football 1963 ([851831-AF-115])
(UM and MSU in tie game played to a capacity crowd in Ann Arbor. Extensive coverage of many plays. WP has best of the best action. Crowd shots. Footage of bands pre-game and half-time shows. (3 reels of game, 1 of band, 3 reels mag. track.)Features: Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; wp, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil; sot, 300; 300)
 
Michigan State-Michigan Football 1963 ([851831-AF-115-a])
(Coverage of UM Marching Band performance, pre-game shots, Hawaiian War Chant marching formation. (Total of four reels plus cutaways.)Features: Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp; wp, col; col; b/w, sof; sof)
 
Michigan State-Michigan Football 1963 ([851831-AF-115-b])
(Coverage of pre-game band performance and crowd shots. Features: George Romney, Lenore Romney, UM Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; wp, col, sof, 300)
 
Sorority Rush ([851831-AF-116])
(Footage of greeting of sorority guests, various shots of guests in sorority house. (Some of this footage has also been spliced into Archives #122.)Features: UM Sorority)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; wp, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil,; 280; 280)
 
Students on Campus, Registration Weekend, 1963 1963 ([851831-AF-117])
(Miscellaneous shots around Main Campus during Registration Week, Fall, 1963.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 300)
 
Navy-Michigan Football Game, Fall, 1963 and WVGR 1963 ([851831-AF-118])
(Stadium and Campus shots. (Some snow scenes spliced in.) UM Marching Band, UM Stadium, football crowd, cheerleaders, UM Grand Rapids radio station WVGR, Middleville Village Sign. Features: Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 480)
 
Navy-Michigan Football Game, Fall, 1963 and WVGR 1963 ([851831-AF-118-a])
(Miscellaneous shots as follows: Navy/UM Football - mostly crowd shots, WVGR UM Radio in Grand Rapids, Engr. Dick Clarke at controls, Tom Montgomery at racks, WVGR sign on building and the station tower. Features: Dick Clarke, Engr. WVGR; Tom Montgomery, Engr. WVGR)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; pos; wp, col; col; col; b/w, sil; sil; sil; sil)
 
Stewart Udall, U.S. Secretary of the Interior ([851831-AF-119])
(Footage of Secretary Udall at the UM television studio, being made up for his appearance on the UM television series "Understanding Our World". (see series B "Secretary of the Interior: Stewart Udall")Features: Stewart Udall, U.S. Secretary of the Interior)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w; b/w, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
University Alumni, 1963 1963 ([851831-AF-120])
(Professor is shown instructing students on basic atomic structure - protons, electrons.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 103)
 
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Mideast Basketball Championships 1964 ([851831-AF-121])
(Filmed are the Mideast Basketball Championships held in Milwaukee. U-M basketball team winning against Loyola, Ohio University also plays at the Championships. (Film #121 on reel with #122, also on reel with #s114, 121,122,125-128.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; pos; wp, col; b/w; b/w, sil; sil; sil, 200; 200; 200)
 
Snowstorm in Ann Arbor: Campus in Seasons 1964 ([851831-AF-122])
(Various shots around Main Campus of students struggling (happily) through heavy snows. Old Observatory Building is shown. (Some footage of Archives #116 spliced in on one reel.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; wp, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil)
 
Gymnastics Training, Winter 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-123])
(Gymnastics practice. Newt Locken (Coach) with team practicing various gymnastics events. Features: Newt Locken, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; b/w, sil; sil, 210; 200)
 
Gymnastics and Hockey 1964 ([851831-AF-124])
(Footage of a UM gymnastics meet and of a UM hockey game at Yost arena.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 121)
 
Hockey Practice 1964 ([851831-AF-125])
(Footage of UM hockey team practicing in Yost Arena.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 92)
 
Wrestling Match 1964 ([851831-AF-126])
(Brief footage of a UM wrestler in a wrestling match.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 99)
 
Swimming Practice, Winter 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-127])
(Swimming practice. Includes shots of Coach Stager. Features: Gus Stager, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 75)
 
Swimming Meet 1964 ([851831-AF-128])
(Footage of a swimming meet between Michigan and Indiana.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 94)
 
Basketball Practice 1964 ([851831-AF-129])
(Footage of basketball team warming-up at practice. (Footage is dark.))
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 75)
 
Illinois-Michigan Basketball Game 1964 ([851831-AF-130])
(Footage from Michigan basketball victory over Illinois.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; b/w, sil; sil, 200)
 
NCAA Basketball Semi-finals, Duke-Michigan 1964 ([851831-AF-131])
(Brief footage of Michigan's loss to Duke in the NCAA semi-final basketball game held in Kansas City, one shot of team coming out of dressing room.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col, sil, 200)
 
1963 Business Leadership Award Winner 1964 ([851831-AF-132])
(Donald C. Cook is presented 1963 Business Leadership Award, April, 1964. Mr. Cook is president of American Electric Power Co. and former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Features: Donald C. Cook, Pres. American Electric Power Co.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, b/w; col, sil; sof; sot; at, 100; 100; 100)
 
Tuskegee Institute Founder's Day, Spring 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-133])
(President Hatcher and other dignitaries make several speeches at ceremonies marking Founders Day at Tuskegee Institute. Footage of Tuskegee campus, nursing students, ROTC, and a campus parade. (On core with Archives #135-137.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Richard Wilson Lecturing to Engineering Class 1964 ([851831-AF-134])
(Dr. Wilson, 1964 Faculty Award Winner, is filmed lecturing to engineering class at Flint Extension. (On core with Archives 135-137.)Features: Richard Wilson, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Spring Rain in Ann Arbor ([851831-AF-135])
(Spring rainstorm on Campus. Various shots of students with umbrellas, jumping over puddles, etc. (On core with Archives #134-137.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col, sil, 100)
 
Michigras Parade and Dance Contest Spring 1964 ([851831-AF-136])
(Michigras parade and frug dance contest, Pres. and Mrs. Hatcher and Sonny Elliott are in parade, also parade shots of floats, bands, crowd, and the dance contest on the mall. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Mrs. Harlan Hatcher; Sonny Elliott, TV Weathercaster, Bunny (from Detroit Playboy Club?))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil; at, 200)
 
Richard Wilson Lecturing to Engineering Class 1964 ([851831-AF-137])
(Richard Wilson, Faculty Award Winner, lectures to his engineering class on campus in Ann Arbor. (On core with Archives 134-137.)Features: Richard Wilson, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
D. Dumond & J. Griffin Discussing Civil Rights 1964 ([851831-AF-138])
(Faculty Award Winner, Dwight Dumond talks about the FBI civil rights investigation. John Griffin, author of "Black Like Me," talks about civil rights. (Some imperfection in film but footage is usable.) Features: Dwight Dumond, UM-Hist.; John Griffin, author)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof; sot, 400;)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sof, 400, 00:11:19)
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David Dennison Interview 1964 ([851831-AF-139])
(David Dennison, Chairman of Physics Department and 1964 Faculty Award Winner, discusses his career at UM, problems and solutions in running the Physics Department. (Needs repair.)Features: David Dennison, UM-Physics)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sof; sot, 600; 90; 600)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sound, 611, 00:17:01)
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Kennedy Peace Corps Plaque at Union Dedication 1964 ([851831-AF-140])
(President Hatcher and dignitaries are shown on platform in front of Michigan Union. Film consists mostly of crowd shots, a solemn crowd gathered in front of the Union. (Also includes misc. shots of old School of Music and students on the Diag.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Harlan Cleveland.)
 
Original: (sot)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 862, 00:24:01)
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Music School (Old) 1964 ([851831-AF-141])
(Exterior shot of door and wall of building with bike rack near the door. Students shown arriving on bikes, parking, and entering door. Also students shown on the Diag in Spring.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 100)
 
Music School Move to North Campus, May, 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-142])
(Shots of moving vans at Lane Hall, Burton Tower, and Maynard St. School of Music Building.)
 
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Music School, Organ 1964 ([851831-AF-143])
(Footage of Music School's move, one of the organs in the Maynard St. School of Music is dismantled prior to being moved to the new building on North Campus.)
 
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Sigma Kappa Sorority Initiation, May 1964 ([851831-AF-144])
(Sorority members filmed in their living room exchanging gifts. Pan-Hellenic president Ann Wickens is present. Features: Ann Wickens, Pan-Hellenic Pres.; Sigma Kappa Sorority)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col, sil, 100)
 
Michigan Band at World's Fair & Rockefeller Centre 1964 ([851831-AF-145])
(Michigan Concert band plays at GM Display and at American Pavilion. Shots of Prof. Revelli, Gov. Romney, Gov. Rockefeller. Next day concert at Rockefeller Centre is also filmed. (Total of six reels)Features: William D. Revelli; UM-Music; George Romney; Nelson Rockefeller)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 400; 400)
 
Commencement, 1964. Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker 1964 ([851831-AF-146])
(A work print copy of film with sound of a portion of President Johnson's "Great Society" speech.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; wp, col; col, sil; sil; sot, 100)
 
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Commencement, 1964. Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker 1964

Original camera footage (6 reels) and separate magnetic sound track (2 reels) recorded from WUOM radio feed of the ceremony and speech. The audio captures the entire ceremony and Johnson’s speech. The film, shot with two cameras, does nor record the entire ceremony or speech. None of the original film reels have been synched with the audio. Film shows all honorary degree recipients;. extensive cutaways before, during, and after the graduation ceremonies, many crowd shots; Pres. Johnson shown landing and departing by Marine helicopter, entering and leaving the stadium. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; G. Mennen Williams, George Romney, Merle Curti, John C. Bugher, Clarence L. Johnson, Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson

 
Commencement, 1964. Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker 1964 ([851831-AF-146-A])
(Portions of Johnson's Speech Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; G. Mennen Williams, George Romney, Merle Curti, John C. Bugher, Clarence L. Johnson, Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 297, 00:08:15)
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Commencement, 1964. Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker 1964 ([851831-AF-146-B])
(1964 Commencement, Pres. Lyndon Johnson speaker. [Stage Camera] Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; G. Mennen Williams, George Romney, Merle Curti, John C. Bugher, Clarence L. Johnson, Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 714, 00:19:50)
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Commencement, 1964. Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker 1964 ([851831-AF-146-C])
(1964 Commencement, Pres. Lyndon Johnson speaker. [Platform camera,])
 
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Commencement, 1964. Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker 1964 ([851831-AF-146-D])
(1964 Commencement, Pres. Lyndon Johnson speaker. ["Alley's Work Print"} Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; G. Mennen Williams, George Romney, Merle Curti, John C. Bugher, Clarence L. Johnson, Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 606, 00:16:50)
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Commencement, 1964. Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker 1964 ([851831-AF-146-E])
(1964 Commencement, Pres. Lyndon Johnson speaker. [AB 3000 original color])
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 636, 00:17:28)
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Commencement, 1964. Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker 1964 ([851831-AF-146-F])
(1964 Commencement, Pres. Lyndon Johnson speaker. [AB 4000 original color])
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 459, 12:38)
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Commencement, 1964. Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker 1964 ([851831-AF-146-G])
(mag track 1)
 
Original: (16mm film, mag track, sound, 505, 00:14:09)
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Commencement, 1964. Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker 1964 ([851831-AF-146-H])
(mag track 2)
 
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Commencement, 1964. Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker 1964 ([851831-AF-146-I])
(mag track 3)
 
Original: (16mm film, mag track, sound, 1472, 00:39:44)
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Commencement, 1964. Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Speaker 1964 ([851831-AF-146-J])
(mag track 4)
 
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Cazzie Russell, Basketball Star May 1964 ([851831-AF-147])
(Sophomore Basketball star Russell talks (in front of the Physics and Astronomy Bldg.) about his experiences as an athlete and as a Negro. (Several takes, some without sound.) Features: Cazzie Russell, UM Basketball Star)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sof; sot, 300)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sof, 369, 00:07:30)
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Ralph Sawyer, Retiring VP for Research, Interview 1964 ([851831-AF-148])
(Vice Pres. Ralph A. Sawyer discusses UM research activities as they evolved and grew in scope during his years as VP for Research. VP Sawyer stands atop the VA Hosp. Excellent panoramic views of North Campus. Features: Ralph A. Sawyer, UM-VP)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sof; sot, 400)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sof, 386, 00:10:45)
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Fritz Crisler, Director of Athletics, Spring, 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-149])
(Filmed in empty UM stadium. Mr. Crisler recollects many experiences and talks about a wide range of topics on the 25th anniversary of his association with UM. Features: Fritz Crisler, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col, sof; sil, at, 200)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof, 1175, 00:32:40)
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Ralph A. Sawyer, Retiring VP for Research 1964 ([851831-AF-150])
(Ralph A. Sawyer, former Dean of the Rackham School of Graduate Studies, discusses changes in the Graduate School over the years, and his long career at UM. Features: Ralph A. Sawyer, UM-VP)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof; sot, 600)
 
Tuskegee Institute Campus, Summer 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-151])
(Shots of various buildings on Tuskegee campus, students, exterior shot of George Washington Carver Museum and bust of George Washington Carver.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 99, 00:02:48)
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Michigan Daily Editor, May, 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-152])
(Editor of the Michigan Daily talks about his views of UM campus mostly about size problems and solutions. (Needs repair.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof; sot, 300)
 
Harlan Lane describing the SAID System 1964 ([851831-AF-153])
(Psychology Prof. Harlan Lane, a Distinguished Faculty Award Winner, describes research project SAID, a computer system used to teach foreign languages. Extensive footage of the SAID system in operation. Features: Harlan Lane, UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sof; sof; sot, 1100; 1100)
 
Buhl Laboratory Dedication, Spring, 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-154])
(The new Genetics Lab on Catherine St. is dedicated, Spring, 1964. Many UM VIP's including VP Sawyer, Pres. Hatcher, Dr. Neel. Ceremony takes place outside on lawn. (On core with #155-157.)Features: Ralph A. Sawyer, UM-VP; Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; James V. Neel, UM-Genetics)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 70, 00:01:58)
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Phoenix Reactor, Summer 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-155])
(Footage of fuel loading at Phoenix nuclear reactor on North Campus, old fuel being removed and being lifted into special truck, interior shots of fuel being handled with mechanical arms. (On core with 154-157) (Needs repair.))
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 299, 00:05:32)
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Dr. Luther Foster, Pres., Tuskegee Institute 1964 ([851831-AF-156])
(Dr. Foster discusses aspects of Tuskegee Institute - University of Michigan cooperative programs, Summer, 1964. (On core with 154-157.)Features: Luther Foster, Pres. Tuskegee Institute)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, sof; sot; at, 300)
 
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Norman Miller, Head of Women's Hospital, Interview 1964 ([851831-AF-157])
(Norman Miller, head of the UM Women's Hospital and Faculty Award Winner, talks about his hobbies, views on change in the UM Medical School over the years. (On core with 154-157.)Features: Norman Miller, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sot; at)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sof, 282, 00:07:53)
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William Fry Teaching at University Hospital 1964 ([851831-AF-158])
(William Fry, Distinguished Faculty Award Winner, Summer, 1964, teaching in a classroom at UM Hospital. Features: William Fry, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Campus views and anthropological dig, Grand Rapids 1964 ([851831-AF-159])
(Various Campus shots: Law School, Pres. Kennedy Peace Corps Plaque, UM stadium, empty. General coverage of a dig by Anthropology Dept. of Hopewell Culture American Indian Mounds near Grand Rapids. (Footage used in TV program "Hopewell Heritage.")Features: James Griffin, UM-Anthro.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; pos, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil, 200; 200; 200)
 
Campus Shots - Angell Hall, Music School, Students circa 1964 ([851831-AF-160])
(Various shots around campus. Excellent footage of Angell Hall. Shots of students studying on Diag and lawn. Poor quality footage of the Music School. (On core with #161.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos;, col; col, sil; sil, 200; 200)
 
Music School, Summer 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-161])
(Various shots of the interior of the new Music School Building including the library and Professor Brossart's piano studio and the band music sorting racks. Features: R. Eugene Brossart, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil,sil, 300; 300)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil,284, 00:07:55)
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Students Looking at Peace Corps Plaque 1964 ([851831-AF-162])
(UM students looking at plaque on Michigan Union commemorating President Kennedy's announcement of the Peace Corps. Good close-up of the plaque.)
 
Original: (16mm film,; wp, col, sil, 100; 100)
 
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UM Fresh Air Camp 1964 ([851831-AF-163])
(Footage from the UM camp for delinquent boys includes shots of boys and counselors at various camp activities.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 200; 200)
 
Rocket Launch circa 1964 ([851831-AF-164])
(Footage from the UM rocket launch site shows rocket launcher, data recording equipment, launch crew and VIP observers, loading of the rocket, and a rocket launch.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 576, 00:16:03)
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Music School Dedication, Sept. 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-165])
(Footage of the dedication ceremony at new Music Building includes presentation of awards to Eileen Saarinen, Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copeland and others, some footage of Bernstein and Copeland conducting UM orchestra, views of building and grounds. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Eileen Saarinen, Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copeland, Charles Sink)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil; at, 100; 100)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 554, 00:15:25)
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Football, 1964, Purdue cutaways 1964 ([851831-AF-166])
(Cutaways of crowd and players at UM-Purdue football game. Good footage of UM Marching band in formation, Victor Borge hamming it up in the press box. (On core with #168,170)Features: Marching Band; Victor Borge)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil; at, 200)
 
Faculty Awards 1964-1965, 1964 ([851831-AF-167])
(Presentation of Faculty Awards, includes footage of Pres. Hatcher speaking and the award ceremony. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Reed Nesbit, UM-Med.; Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.; Norman Thomas, UM-Pol.; Kenneth Boulding, UM-Econ; Caesar Blake, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sof; sof; at, 500; 545)
 
Sargent Shriver, Director of the Peace Corps 1964 ([851831-AF-168])
(Shriver talks to a large crowd of students outside Michigan Union at the site of a plaque commemorating President Kennedy's announcement of the Peace Corps. (On core with #166, 170.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Sargent Shriver)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; wp, col; col, sil; sil; at, 98, 98)
 
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Aeronautical Engineering 50th Anniversary 1964 ([851831-AF-169])
(Footage of recipients of honorary degrees at ceremonies marking the 50th anniversary of instruction in aeronautical engineering at the University of Michigan. Honorees are UM alums who distinguished themselves in aeronautical or aerospace engineering. Features: William Hawkins; Allen Donovan; James Dempsey)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
George Lincoln Rockwell Protests 1964 ([851831-AF-170])
(Pickets and rally protesting appearance of American Nazi Party leader George Lincoln Rockwell at Hill Auditorium. Filmed at night outside Hill Auditorium. (On core with #166, 168.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 77, 00:02:09)
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Homecoming 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-171])
(Footage of Homecoming activities including the "mudbowl," a tug-of-war across the Huron River, fraternity and sorority displays and sculptures, and a soap-box derby. (On reel with #173.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 391, 00:11:02)
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Ohio State Football Game Rally, 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-173])
(Rally on the Diag before the football team left for Columbus to play Ohio State, including shots of President Hatcher and Coach Elliot. Also footage of the arrival of the victorious team at Willow Run airport. (On reel with #171)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Charles "Bump" Elliot, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil; at, 200)
 
1965 Blizzard 1965 ([851831-AF-174])
(Footage taken during and after a severe snowstorm. Campus scenes of snow removal, cars on unplowed streets, students walking through snow to Angell Hall. (120 foot version is on core with #186-189.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 80; 120)
 
Alumni Luncheon (late 1950s?) ([851831-AF-175])
(Footage of an alumni awards luncheon includes the Emeritus Club awards ceremony, the luncheon, a meeting of Medical Alumni, and several alumni from the class of 1911. (Total of 3 negative and 3 work prints.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Edward R. Murrow)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg; wp, b/w; b/w, sil; sil, 1000; 1000)
 
USPH Pollution Laboratory 1965 ([851831-AF-176])
(Footage of the signing of an agreement between the University of Michigan and the United States Public Health Service to build a Water Pollution Laboratory. (Copyright held by USPHS.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Navy-Michigan Football Game, 1964 1964 ([851831-AF-177])
(Complete footage of the Michigan's 21-0 football victory over the Naval Academy and most of the half-time band show. (Three reels of film, two of game and one of band show and cutaways. Two reels of magnetic sound track, 6 reels audio tape.)Features: Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; pos, col; col; col, sof; sof; sof; sot, 2000)
 
Institute of Science and Technology Dedication 1964 ([851831-AF-178])
(Footage from the open house during the dedication of the IST building on North Campus, includes good shots of equipment, displays and laboratories.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Music School circa 1964 ([851831-AF-179])
(Good footage of the exterior of the new Music School building and the reflecting pond.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil,102, 00:02:51)
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Campus Scenes from "Idea of Michigan" Trims 1960 ([851831-AF-180])
(Footage shot for the film "Idea of Michigan." Includes shots of Burton Tower, Rackham Building, Health Services, women's dormitories, Frieze Building, Phoenix Memorial Lab, and the President's House. (On core with #182.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Salk Vaccine Announcement, 1955 1958 ([851831-AF-181])
(Film of press conference in Rackham Auditorium prior to announcing successful test of the Salk polio vaccine. Dr Francis and Dr. Salk talk about the development of the vaccine and testing methods. Features: Thomas Francis Jr., UM-SPH; Jonas Salk, E. Van Ryper, David Bodian, Thomas Rivers, Basil O'Connor)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 1064, 00:29:42)
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Great Lakes Core Sampling ([851831-AF-182])
(Footage of a Great Lakes Research Institute research vessel taking core samples from bottom of one of the Great Lakes. Close-ups of men working the drilling equipment on board ship. (On core with #180.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 200; 200)
 
Midyear Graduation, Jan. 1965 1964 ([851831-AF-183])
(Footage of commencement speaker Thurgood Marshall in conversation with unidentified man and of President Hatcher in informal discussions. (On core with #185, film has a blue tint.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Thurgood Marshall)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 45, 00:01:19)
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Ohio State - Michigan Basketball, 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-184])
(Footage of the Michigan - Ohio State basketball game, cutaways of the band performing, and of the presentation of the football player of the year award to Bob Timberlake. Features: Bob Timberlake, Football Player of The Year)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 300; 300)
 
League Anniversary Plaque 1965 ([851831-AF-185])
(Several shots of plaque by front door of Michigan League--commemorates anniversary of the building. Women posing by plaque are not identified, except blonde girl is Nancy Freitag, League Pres., 1964-65. Features: Nancy Freitag, League Pres., 1964-65)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 60)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 83, 00:02:22)
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Civil Rights Rally 1965 ([851831-AF-186])
(Footage of a civil rights march and rally on the UM campus and in downtown Ann Arbor, apparently in support of civil rights activities in Selma, Alabama. (One copy on core with #187-189.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 98)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, silent, 98, 00:02:47)
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Michigan - Minnesota Basketball Game, 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-187])
(Film clips from Michigan's 88-85 basketball win over Minnesota. (On cores with #184 and #186-189.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 340; 340)
 
Marina Oswald 1965 ([851831-af -188])
(Footage of Marina Oswald, widow of Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, receiving diploma from the director of the English Language Institute. (One on core with #186-189.) (Needs repair.)Features: Marina Oswald; John Catford, UM-ELI)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; wp, col; col, sil; sil)
 
Big Ten Wrestling, Spring 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-189])
(Footage of UM wrestling match, shots of wrestling coach Cliff Keen. Filmed at Yost Field House. Features: Clifford Keen, UM-Wrestling Coach)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos.wp, col; col, sil; sil, 135; 135)
 
Vietnam Teach-In 1965 ([851831-AF-190-a])
(Coverage of crowds and speakers on the Diag and first Vietnam War Teach-In held in Mason Hall at the University of Michigan, interviews Eric Wolfe and William Gamson, two of the organizers (Dupe neg. from B wind reversal shot by WXYZ, Ch. 7 Detroit.)Features: William Gamson, UM-Soc.; Eric Wolfe, UM-Anthro.; Bill Bonds, Ch 7 TV Newscaster)
 
Original: (at)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof,371, 00:10:20)
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Vietnam Teach-In, 1965 ([851831-AF-190-b])
(Shots of crowd in Haven Hall Lobby (Fishbowl) and in lecture hall, crowd and speakers)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 92, 00:02:38)
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Campus Fashions 1965 ([851831-AF-191])
(On-campus shots of female legs showing many different stocking and boot styles.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 50)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 63, 00:01:50)
 
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Honors Convocation, Spring 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-192])
(Exterior views of robed dignitaries leaving President's House, getting into limos. Also shots of Pres. Hatcher and guests inside President's House. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands; George Romney)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
James Reston Press Conference 1965 ([851831-AF-193])
(James Reston and reporters in Regents' Room in the Administration Bldg. Features: James Reston, NY Times)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg; wp, b/w; b/w, sil; sil; at, 200; 200)
 
Football Practice, Basketball Semi-Finals-Regional 1965 ([851831-AF-194])
(Footage of Michigan's win over Vanderbilt in NCAA basketball regional final at Lexington, Ky., 1965. (Three reels of audiotape of the basketball game.))
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w; col; col, b/w; col; col, sil; sil; sil; at, 100; 100; 100)
 
Medical Graduation 1965 ([851831-AF-195])
(Footage of the Medical School graduation and the Hippocratic oath ceremony.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sill, 100)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 100, 00:02:49)
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Great Lakes Research Boats, Spring, 1965. 1965 ([851831-AF-196])
(Long and close-up shots of 3 UM boats, all taken in 1 day on Lake Mich. and in Grand Haven Harbor. Shots of men working with equipment, dredge, sample bottles, interior shots of boat, underwater TV (?) Boats are Inland Seas, Mysis, Highland Lassie.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 1060)
 
Graduation, 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-197])
(Presentation of honorary degrees at 1965 graduation ceremony. (2 reels of audiotape, sof is of poor quality.)Features: Harlan Hatcher-UM Pres., James Reston, NY Times)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 300)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sof, 952, 00:26:30)
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Astronauts, Space Research Laboratory Dedication 1965 ([851831-AF-198-a])
(Astronauts filmed at the Airport, UM Stadium. Also footage of the Dedication of the UM Space Research Laboratory. (There are four reels of magnetic sound track and 3 reels of audiotape to accompany this title.)Features: Pres. & Mrs. Hatcher, Governor and Lenore Romney, James McDivitt and spouse, Edward White and spouse.)
 
Original: (sot; at, 1000)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 798, 00:22:10)
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Astronauts, Space Research Laboratory Dedication 1965 ([851831-AF-198-b])
(Footage of Edward White's Address given at the Honorary Degree Awards in UM Stadium. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Edward White, Astronaut; James McDivitt, Astronaut.)
 
Original: (sot)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sof, 1172, 00:33:19)
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Streaming File: (851831-AF198-b.flv)
 
Astronauts, Space Research Laboratory Dedication 1965 ([851831-AF-198-c])
(Astronauts being greeted at Airport, reception line. (NASA plane.)Features: Pres. & Mrs. Hatcher; Gov. and Lenore Romney; James McDivitt and spouse, Edward White and spouse)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil)
 
Astronauts, Space Research Laboratory Dedication 1965 ([851831-AF-198-d])
(Astronauts at commencement, presentation of Honorary Degrees at UM Stadium)
 
Original: (16mm film,; wp, col, sof, 200)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 303, 00:08:27)
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Astronauts, Space Research Laboratory Dedication 1965 ([851831-AF-198-e])
(Dedication of Aerospace Engineering Building, North Campus. Features: James McDivitt, Astronaut; Edward White, Astronaut, Dr. Thompson, NASA; Dr. Webb, NASA)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof, 404, 00:11:19)
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Astronauts, Space Research Laboratory Dedication 1965 ([851831-AF-198-f])
(Footage of Astronaut Edward White speaking at commencement in UM Stadium, talks of his UM background and the quality of his education at Michigan. Features: Edward White, Astronaut)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sof)
 
Astronauts, Space Research Laboratory Dedication 1965 ([851831-AF-198-g])
(Lt. Col. James McDivitt and Col. Edward White (Gemini IV) are filmed receiving honorary degrees, both address graduates, Ann Arbor High School Band plays. Features: James McDivitt, Astronaut; Edward White, Astronaut; Ann Arbor High School Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sof, 390)
 
Astronauts, Space Research Laboratory Dedication 1965 ([851831-AF-198-h])
(Presentation of clocks to astronauts White and McDivitt, also a resolution of the state of Michigan honoring their achievement, presentation of honorary degrees. (Film has been spliced, sound is distorted.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres; George Romney; James McDivitt, Astronaut; Edward White, Astronaut)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof, 1200)
 
Astronauts, Space Research Laboratory Dedication 1965 ([851831-AF-198-I])
(Interview of Astronauts McDivitt and White at reflecting pool of School of Music. Features: James McDivitt, Astronaut; Edward White, Astronaut)
 
Original: (16mm film, col, sof, 1114, 00:30:59)
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Winter Weekend, 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-199])
(Ice sculpture and cheering contest by students on Ferry Field. Hazel Losh acts as judge. Features: Hazel Losh, UM-Astron.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil; at, 300)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 300, 00:08:24)
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Streaming File: (851831-AF199.flv)
 
Pep Rally, March 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-200])
(Pep rally in Yost Field House just before NCAA basketball semi-finals. Speeches by Pres. Hatcher, basketball coach Dave Strack, Dr. Hazel Losh, and some senior players. Pep Band. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Dave Strack, UM-Ath.; Hazel Losh, UM-Astron.; Wally Weber, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 170)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 196, 00:05:29)
 
Streaming File: (851831-AF200.flv)
 
Dr. Charles Sink 1965 ([851831-AF-201])
(Dr. Charles Sink, president of the University Musical Society, standing at the entrance of Hill Auditorium during a May Festival concert. Features: Charles Sink, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 32, 00:00:58)
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Streaming File: (851831-AF201.flv)
 
Awixa Flowers 1965 ([851831-AF-202])
(Yearly Ann Arbor spring event-viewing the crabapple blossoms along whole of Awixa Street.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
UM Jazz 1965 ([851831-AF-203])
(Summer, 1965. UM Jazz Band filmed arriving at Airport from Latin American tour. Features: UM Jazz Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 60)
 
Hawaiian Observatory June 1965 ([851831-AF-204])
(Exterior and interior shots of ARPA Mid-course Observation Station (AMOS), an astronomical observatory on Maui, Hawaii, founded by the University of Michigan as it is nearing completion. Also wide pan shots of Diamond Head.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 400)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 498, 00:11:12)
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Streaming File: (851831-AF204.flv)
 
Rose Bowl, 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-205-a])
(Footage of UM Marching Band in California for the 1965 Rose Bowl, includes band at practice, concert at Union Square, half-time performance at Shrine Game, San Francisco and Disneyland concerts, Rose Bowl pre-game and half-time shows. Features: Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos; wp, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil, 700; 800; 800)
 
Rose Bowl, 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-205-b])
(Footage of the UM Marching Band in California for 1965 Rose Bowl Game, Parade. Features: Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 550; 550)
 
Rose Bowl Football Game, 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-206])
(Press deck and field coverage of UM vs. Oregon. Good coverage of Mel Anthony's long run in 2nd quarter. (Some 2nd half footage is out of focus.)Features: Mel Anthony)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 1000)
 
Campus Construction, Summer 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-207])
(Shots of buildings under construction, new seats being installed in Stadium, Univ. Towers Apt. Bldg., UM Cedar Bend Housing, Bursley Hall, ISR, wrecking of house on Maynard St. (Needs repair.))
 
Original: (16mm film, wp,col, sil, 450; 610)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 603, 00:16:47)
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Streaming File: (851831-AF207.flv)
 
Princeton-Michigan Basketball, NCAA Semi-finals 1965 ([851831-AF-208])
(Official NCAA footage of Michigan vs. Princeton Basketball semi-finals. (B wind dupe negative, silent 1000 ft. from NCAA, 100 feet edited out and B wind prints made.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; neg; neg, b/w; b/w; b/w, sil; sil; sil, 100; 100; 1000)
 
Dean Joiner, Law School, Summer, 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-209])
(Dean Joiner speaks about preparation for the UM Sesquicentennial in 1968. (Shot in UM-TVC studio for use in 1964/65 "Perspective Michigan") (Needs repair.)Features: Charles Joiner, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w; sof; at, 100)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof, 168, 00:04:46)
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House Demolition 1965 ([851831-AF-210])
(Various close-ups of wrecking of house. A UM construction site?)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 75; 95)
 
UM Basketball Team Leaving for Europe 1965 ([851831-AF-211])
(Various shots of UM basketball team boarding plane at airport for tour of Europe.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 75; 100)
 
Announcement of Allan Smith as VP for Acad Affairs 1965 ([851831-AF-212])
(Announcement of Allan Smith, UM-Law, as new VP for Academic Affairs. Portions of speech by Pres. Hatcher on the State of the University. Filmed in Regents' Room, Administration Bldg. (Footage of Smith and Heyns is silent, sof for part of Hatcher.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Roger Heyns, UM-VP; Allan Smith, UM-Law,; Fedele Fauri, UM-SW; Tom D. Rowe, UM-Pharm.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sof; at, 700)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sound,722, 00:20:03)
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Marcos of Philippines 1965 ([851831-AF-213])
(Awarding of honorary degree to Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos. President and Mrs. Marcos leaving Rackham, arriving at President's House, receiving honorary degree in room of President's House (?)Features: Pres. and Mrs. Hatcher; Pres. and Mrs. Marcos; Gov. and Mrs. Romney)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 155; 550)
 
Campus, 1965, Summer and Winter Scenes 1965 ([851831-AF-213-a])
(Various shots of campus-summer and winter scenes. Includes West Engineering Arch, McDivitt/White Street Sign. Also shots of State St., Angell Hall, Burton Tower, Back of old Med Center (?), Artist's drawing of New Med Center (?))
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; wp; col; col, sil; sil, 50; 50)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 254, 00:07:04)
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Gemini IV ([851831-AF-214])
(Shots of Astronaut White outside the space capsule. (Duplicated from NASA film for the 1964-65 "Perspective Michigan" film.)Features: Edward White, Astronaut)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 120)
 
Richard Cutler, Stephen Spurr, R. F. Malcomson 1965 ([851831-AF-215])
(Richard Cutler, VP for Student Affairs, Stephen Spurr, Dean of Graduate School, Reginald F. Malcomson, Dean, School of Architecture and Design. Each is shown in front of their respective University building. Shots of Northwood Apartments. Features: Richard Cutler, UM-VP; Stephen Spurr, UM-SNR; Reginald F. Malcomson, UM-Arch.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; wp, b/w; col, sil; sil, 235; 270)
 
Vietnam Conference, Summer 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-216])
(Filmed at the time of the conference in Hill Auditorium and Mason Hall, at night. Includes shots of D.C. Baldwin, Head of Office of Religious Affairs. Features: DeWitt C. Baldwin, UM-Religious Affairs)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w; sil, 100)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil ,99, 00:02:38)
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Football Cutaways, 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-217])
(Football cutaways, includes footage of stadium crowd, press box, field coach, and a panoramic view of Ann Arbor from UM Stadium.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 50; 200)
 
Faculty Awards, Winter 1965 ([851831-AF-218])
(Faculty Awards are presented. (Most of film is dark, underexposed.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 170; 170)
 
Prince Souvana Phoum, Prince of Laos 1965 ([851831-AF-219])
(Shots of Prince Phoum at North Campus. Features: Prince Souvana Phoum, Laos)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 90)
 
Purdue-Michigan Football Game 1965 ([851831-AF-220])
(Some game footage from UM's 17-13 loss to Purdue, shots of UM Band coming on field and performing at half-time. Features: UM Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; wp, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil, 100; 1000; 1000)
 
Michigan vs. Michigan State Basketball 1965 ([851831-AF-221])
(Some footage of UM-MSU basketball game, good close-ups of Cazzie Russell. Features: Cazzie Russell, UM Basketball Player)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; pos, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil, 380; 100; 400)
 
Fritz Crisler Interview ([851831-AF-221-a])
(Interview with UM Athletic Director Fritz Crisler in his office, Crisler makes reference to Win Brockmeyer, a University Minnesota halfback in the 30s. Features: Fritz Crisler, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof; sot, 55; 55)
 
Mimes ([851831-AF-222])
(The Detroit News Pictorial. Dorothy Stone is honored by Mimes (UM all male opera company). Comedian's daughter becomes its only female member. Features: Dorothy Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stone, UM Mimes)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 50)
 
Squibb Painting Presentation ([851831-AF-223])
(Squibb painting presentation at dinner. Faculty and guests are not identified.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 200)
 
Midyear Graduation, January, 1966 1966 ([851831-AF-224])
(Interior shots of dignitaries posing for photographs before the graduation ceremony. (90 ft. needs repair.)Features: Pres. and Mrs. Harlan Hatcher)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 85; 90)
 
Atomic Energy Commission, Green, Fry, Reed 1966 ([851831-AF-225])
(Atomic Energy Commission meeting in office, regarding nuclear accelerator site selection. (See also Archives #231)Features: Green, Fry, Reed)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Professional Theatre ([851831-AF-226])
(Views of backstage - control panel, lights, costume room. (Lydia Mendelssohn Theater?))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 160)
 
Goebel ([851831-AF-227])
(Backstage scenes of Professional Theatre. Second reel shows Goebel in office. Features: Goebel (?))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; neg, b/w; b/w, sil; sil, 97; 165)
 
Goebel ([851831-AF-227-a])
(Gentleman is shown with map of US with areas circled in Southern Michigan, 1 on East Coast, 1 on West Coast.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; sot, col, sil; sot, 60)
 
World's Fair 1966 ([851831-AF-228])
(UM student ethnic fair. Ethnic dancers in costume, displays of arts and craft items, samples of ethnic foods. Ethnic groups represented are Filipino, Latvian, Korean, Greek, Arabian, and Asian Indian.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos; pos; pos, col; col; col; col, sil; sof; sil; sof, 1000; 350; 900; 370)
 
New Field House 1966 ([851831-AF-229])
(Footage of Crisler Arena under construction.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 80; 95)
 
Professors Bishop and Katz 1966 ([851831-AF-230])
(Both professors are filmed during lectures. Prof. Bishop is in an amphitheater, Prof. Katz in classroom. Features: William Warner Bishop, UM-Law; Prof. Katz)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 80;)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 140, 00:04:14)
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Atomic Energy Commission Press Conference 1966 ([851831-AF-231])
(Pres. Hatcher, Gov. Romney and Green, Fry, and Reed of the AEC are seated at a table facing press, regarding nuclear accelerator site selection? (160 ft. film on core with #224,229, 231, 237,238. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; George Romney; Green, Fry, and Reed of the AEC)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; col; col, sil; sil; sot; at, 245; 160)
 
Professor Dennison 1966 ([851831-AF-232])
(Physics professor David Dennison is filmed in classroom delivering a lecture. Features: David Dennison, UM-Physics)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil)
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Streaming File: (851831-AF232.flv)
 
China Teach-In 1966 ([851831-AF-233])
(Speaker (unidentified) is filmed in amphitheater addressing large crowd, mostly students during a "Teach-In" on U.S. policy toward China.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 95; 95)
 
Honors Convocation 1966 ([851831-AF-234])
(Footage of President Hatcher presiding at convocation, presenting awards, dignitaries arriving, crowd shots. (90 ft core needs repair.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos; pos, col; col; col, wil; sil; sil, 90; 84; 90)
 
ISR Dedication 1966 ([851831-AF-235])
(Footage of Institute for Social Research building dedication, includes shots of various rooms and research activities, a computer with punch cards is shown.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 70)
 
Sports Banquet 1966 ([851831-AF-236])
(Shots of various UM athletes at annual sports banquet, Cazzie Russell is introduced and speaks to crowd. Shot of large portrait of Cazzie Russell in basketball uniform. (Needs repair.)Features: Cazzie Russell, UM-Basketball)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 85; 90)
 
Governor Williams at Michigan Union 1966 ([851831-AF-237])
(Governor Williams is filmed addressing large crowd, mostly students, later shown speaking with students individually. Features: G. Mennen Williams)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Don Dufek at Michigan Stadium 1966 ([851831-AF-238])
(Don Dufek stands alone in empty stadium, talking directly into the camera. (Needs repair.)Features: Don Dufek)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 35; 35)
 
Dental School Groundbreaking 1966 ([851831-AF-239])
(Films various dignitaries digging spades full of earth on site of new Dental School. (Needs repair)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil; sot, 320; 430)
 
Band Show-Northwestern-Michigan Football, 1960 1960 ([851831-AF-240])
(UM Band half-time performance at Northwestern vs. UM football game. Features: UM Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Graduation, April, 1966 1966 ([851831-AF-241])
(Out of sequence shots of graduates entering bldg. (Yost Field House?), and after graduation. Shots of crowd and speakers. Shot of Cazzie Russell in cap and gown. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; John Kenneth Galbraith; Paul G. Goebel, UM-Regent; Alvin Bentley, UM-Regent; Michael Radock, UM-VP)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 485, 00:13:34)
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Streaming File: (851831-AF241.flv)
 
Sally Katzen 1966 ([851831-AF-242])
(Editor of Michigan Law Review is filmed outside in courtyard of Law Quad, standing and speaking directly into camera. Features: Sally Katzen, Editor of the Michigan Law Review)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil; at, 65; 70)
 
ISR Building 1966 ([851831-AF-243])
(Several different views of exterior of ISR Building)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 80; 85)
 
Regent Alvin Bentley 1966 ([851831-AF-244])
(Alvin Bentley is filmed conversing with Pres. Hatcher in front of a plaque which is not identified. Good close-ups of Regent Bentley. (Needs repair.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Alvin Bentley, UM-Regent)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 80; 50)
 
Regents' Meeting 1966 ([851831-AF-250])
(Large group at conference table filmed during Regents' Meeting. (Repair needed.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Alvin Bentley, UM-Regent)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil; at, 365; 10)
 
School of Music-Construction ([851831-AF-251])
(Footage of various phases of construction of School of Music, also some shots of North Campus dorms under construction.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 121, 00:02:51)
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Streaming File: (851831-AF251.flv)
 
Professor Bassett, School of Music 1966 ([851831-AF-252])
(Music School professor Leslie Bassett is filmed seated in front of reflecting pool with an unidentified person. Panoramic shot of School of Music and pool. Features: Leslie Bassett, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; col, sil; at, 90)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 132, 00:03:44)
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Streaming File: (851831-AF252.flv)
 
Campus Scenes 1966 ([851831-AF-253])
(Campus Scenes: Law Quad, Alumni Memorial Hall, old Admin. Bldg. General Library, Tower Plaza, School of Public Health, UM Seal on Diag. Construction: East Med Parking Structure, Mott Children's Hosp. (repair needed on 445 ft. film.))
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 400; 445)
 
Campus Scenes 1966 ([851831-AF-253-a])
(Mostly shots of construction: Med Sci II, University Events Bldg. Also seen are Hill Aud., 2 "Beatle" look-a-likes on Diag, McDivitt-White Corner Street Sign by Engr. Arch, Congratulations to UM-150 years Sign, Construction Sign of Univ. Events Bldg.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; pos; pos, col; col; col; col, sil; sil; sil; sil, 50; 45; 70)
 
Football Coaches 1966 ([851831-AF-254])
(Group of men gathered outside, with close-ups of several. (Needs repair.)Features: Chalmers "Bump" Elliott, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 275)
 
Vice President for Business Affairs 1966 ([851831-AF-255])
(UM Vice President for Business Affairs Gilbert Lee at desk in his office working on various papers, speaking on telephone. (Repair needed.)Features: Gilbert Lee, UM-V.P.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 95; 75)
 
Chevarria-Aguilar 1966 ([851831-AF-256])
(Linguistics professor, O.M. "Chevy" Chevarria-Aguilar lecturing in classroom, interesting interaction with student. (Repair needed.)Features: O.L. Chevarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 80;)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 88, 00:02:29)
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Streaming File: (851831-AF256.flv)
 
Cleveland Doctor 1966 ([851831-AF-257])
(Physician is filmed in hospital (UM?) scrubbing up for surgery, walking down hall in operating garb)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 70; 75)
 
Martha Scott 1966 ([851831-AF-258])
(Martha Scott, actress, interviewed in dressing room, shown applying makeup. Fisher Theater exterior, marquee reads "Pulitzer Play 'The Subject Was Roses' with Jack Albertson, Martin Sheen."Features: Martha Scott, Actress)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil; at, 125; 90)
 
Professor Maddy 1966 ([851831-AF-259])
(Professor Maddy is filmed playing violin-good close-ups. Also shown instructing 2 elementary school age children. Features: Joseph E. Maddy, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 25)
 
Judy Funsch leaving University Hospital 1966 ([851831-AF-260])
(WWJ reporter is filmed interviewing mother of Judy Funsch, a UM Hospital patient. Judy is 4-6 years, has bandage on throat, shown with doll and huge stuffed shaggy dog. (Repair needed.)Features: Judy Funsch, patient, UM Hospital)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 35; 20)
 
Dean Francis A. Allen-Law School 1966 ([851831-AF-261])
(Law School Dean Francis Allen is filmed seated at desk in his office, speaking directly into camera. Features: Francis A. Allen, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; wp; wp, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil)
 
Phoenix Lab 1966 ([851831-AF-262])
(Interior shots of remote control mechanical arms in use at the Phoenix nuclear research laboratory on North Campus, also footage of a classroom lecture discussing molecular model.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 40)
 
Professor Holloway 1966 ([851831-AF-263])
(Professor Holloway stands outside home speaking directly into camera, good close-ups. Features: Professor Holloway (?))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 45; 35)
 
Idea of Michigan - Skills of animation 1966 ([851831-AF-264])
(Various clips of animation designs used in the film "Idea of Michigan." Also shots of photos of the Old Observatory and the original Medical School. (Needs repair, splice out of order.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil, 700; 580)
 
Dean Chester A. Arnold 1966 ([851831-AF-265])
(Dean Arnold on the steps of a building. Also shot of Yost Field House, and Law Quad. (Only 1 reel has Yost and Law Quad footage.)Features: Chester A. Arnold, UM-Paleon.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 135; 135)
 
West Physics Building Fire 1966 ([851831-AF-266])
(Old Physics Building is filmed from the first flames and smoke at the roof, film continues as bldg. burns to a shell with some walls falling. This building was in the process of being razed to provide land for the extension of the Graduate Library.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Summer Graduation, 1966 1966 ([851831-AF-267])
(Pres. Hatcher is filmed presenting diplomas to graduate students. (Also one reel of archival film #267, 273-4 combined.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Campus Aerials ([851831-AF-268])
(Aerial shots of empty UM Stadium, Crisler Arena under construction, Burton Tower. (Needs repair.))
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 70)
 
Medical Alumni Films 1966 ([851831-AF-269])
(Original footage for Med. School alumni film: includes shots of lectures, experiments, surgery, patients. Exterior views of Med Complex, Children's Psychiatry Institute, Kresge Med. Library, School of Nursing, NPI, Kresge Hearing Research Institute. Features: Andrew Watson UM-Med.; William Hubbard, UM-Med.,; Rhoda Reddig Russell, UM-Nurs.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 1330)
 
Zoltan Kodaly Interview 1966 ([851831-AF-270])
(Zoltan Kodaly interview, outside. Features: Zoltan Kodaly (?))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 680)
 
Medical Alumni Emeritus Induction 1966 ([851831-AF-271])
(Induction of members of the class of 1916 in the emeritus Club of UM. Presentation of six inductees, each of whom makes a short response. Features: Jay J. Seaver, Pres. Emeritus Club; Hugh Armstrong, Pres., Alumni Assoc.; Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Rhoda Russell, UM-Nurs.:Frederick Matthaei, UM-Regent)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil; at, 250; 1130)
 
Medical Alumni Lunch 1966 ([851831-AF-272])
(Series of shots of Medical Center Alumni Society members at a buffet luncheon served on the patio of the Med. Sci. Bldg. Features: William Hubbard, UM-Med.; Harry Towsley, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil; sot; at, 385)
 
Faculty Awards, 1966 1966 ([851831-AF-274])
(President Hatcher is filmed with Faculty Award winners, close-up shot of each award winner. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Stanley Dimond, UM-Ed.; Gerald Else, UM-Class.; Joseph Martin, UM-Eng.; Kenneth Pike, UM-Ling.; Walter Reichart, German)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Faculty Awards 1966 ([851831-AF-274-a])
(Footage of Pres. Hatcher and group of faculty members following presentation of the Distinguished Service Award. Features: Frances Weber, UM-Span.; Robert Keyes, UM-German; Leon Mayhew, UM-Soc.; Daniel Weintraub, UM-Psych.; James White, UM-Law; James Wilkes, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 150)
 
Helen Hayes 1966 ([851831-AF-275])
(Helen Hayes is shown in animated conversation with a woman (Marcella Cisney?) and an actor (Will Geer, APA?). Also some footage of banquet (PTP). Filmed at Michigan League. Features: Helen Hayes; Robert Schnitzer, UM-PTP; Marcella Cisney, UM-PTP; Will Geer)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 600; 590)
 
Gikas and Huelke Awards 1966 ([851831-AF-276])
(Medical School faculty members Paul Gikas and Donald Huelke are filmed receiving the Auto Safety Award for lifesaving achievement in the service of health (Medical Tribune Safety Award for 1966-1967). Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.,; Donald Huelke, UM-Med.,; Paul Gikas, UM-Med; Dr. Otto Engelke; Robert L. Hess, UM-HSRI)
 
Original: (16mm film,; pos, cl,; sil, 90)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, 100, silent, 00:02:47)
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North Carolina-Michigan Football Game, 1968 1966 ([851831-AF-277])
(Game footage and shots of coaches, players, and crowd.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col, sil, 900)
 
Professor Gerald F. Else, Faculty Award Winner 1966 ([851831-AF-278])
(UM Classical Studies professor Gerald Else is filmed lecturing in classroom. (On core with other films.)Features: Gerald F. Else, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 55; 80)
 
Professor Martin, Faculty Award Winner 1966 ([851831-AF-279])
(Several different shots of Joseph Martin, professor of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering and associate director of IST, at a table conversing with a colleague, filmed in the 6th floor conference room of the IST on North Campus. Features: Joseph J. Martin, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 80; 95)
 
Michigan State-UM Football Game 1966 ([851831-AF-280])
(Footage of the UM-MSU football game on a beautiful football afternoon in East Lansing. One particularly good shot of a touchdown run by MSU back. MSU scores 2 touchdowns on the film.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 370)
 
Blissfield Church Dedication, Historical Marker 1966 ([851831-AF-281])
(Film of dedication of a historical marker at Blissfield Church commemorating the founding of the church by Rev. John Monteith, one of the founders of the University of Michigan.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col, sil; sil, 100)
 
Professor Reichart, Faculty Award Winner 1966 ([851831-AF-282])
(Walter Reichart, professor of German Language and Literature, is filmed in his office in the Frieze Building counseling a female student. (On core with other films.)Features: Walter A. Reichart, UM-German)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 85)
 
Erich A. Walter, Retirement Dinner 1966 ([851831-AF-283])
(Former UM English professor and University Secretary Erich A. Walter speaking to the UM Alumni Dinner on the occasion of his retirement. Filmed in the Anderson Room of the Michigan Union. Mr. Walter's speech ran about 90 minutes. Features: Erich A. Walter, UM-Engl., former UM Sec.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil; at, 1200)
 
Robert Forman and Hugh Armstrong 1966 ([851831-AF-284])
(Robert Forman, director of the UM Alumni Association is shown speaking with Hugh Armstrong, president of the Alumni Association, and Mrs Armstrong in lobby of the Michigan Union. (On core with other films.)Features: Robert Forman, UM-Dir., Alum. Assoc.; Hugh Armstrong, Pres. UM Alumni Assoc.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Minnesota-Michigan Football Game, Homecoming 1966 ([851831-AF-285])
(Game footage of the 1966 homecoming football game, a 49-0 victory over Minnesota. Also film of the Marching Band's performance and close-up shots of Hazel Losh on the field as the team enters the stadium. (3 reels not identical, Losh on reel 1.)Features: Hazel Losh, UM-Astron.; UM Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; pos, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil, 660; 700; 950)
 
Homecoming Parade and Displays 1966 ([851831-AF-286])
(Various shots of parade showing floats, bands, coming down State St., turning on to South Univ. Ave., shots of floats on display, close-up of Professor Hazel Losh in convertible pulling float with banner "In Honor of Hazel Losh."Features: Hazel Losh, UM-Astron.; Homecoming Queen candidates)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 750)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 00:21:15)
 
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Campus Buildings 1966 ([851831-AF-287])
(Filmed by Speech Dept. students. Shots of Womens' Athletic Bldg., Hill Auditorium, and the Rackham Building.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 50; 40)
 
Professor Dimond, Faculty Award Winner 1966 ([851831-AF-288])
(School of Education professor Stanley Dimond, a winner of the Faculty Award, at his desk talking with two students. (On core with other films.)Features: Stanley Dimond, UM-Ed.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 90)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 00:02:29)
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Teach-In, November, 1966 1966 ([851831-AF-289])
(Teach-In at Hill Auditorium Nov. 2, 1966, large crowd, shots of audience and speakers. Topics discussed were the role of the student in the decision making processes of UM, University cooperation with HUAC, and class rankings. (B wind reversal.).)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w; sil, 100)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, silent, 199, 00:05:35)
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Teach-In, November, 1966 1966 ([851831-AF-289-b])
(Teach-In at Hill Auditorium Nov. 2, 1966, large crowd, shots of audience and speakers. Topics discussed were the role of the student in the decision making processes of UM, University cooperation with HUAC, and class rankings. (B wind reversal.).)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, silent, 103, 00:02:54)
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Professor Pike, Faculty Award Winner 1966 ([851831-AF-290])
(UM linguistics professor Kenneth Pike, a Faculty Award winner, filmed teaching in Angell Hall, at blackboard drawing analytic diagrams regarding phonetics. On core with other films, needs repair.)Features: Kenneth Pike, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 50; 80)
 
Student Sit-In Demonstration, November, 1966 1966 ([851831-AF-291])
(Student sit-in demonstration at Administration Building, Nov., 1966. Speakers and crowd on Diag, cutaways of students, spectators, various speakers in front of Grad Library. protesting UM's action in releasing student organization lists to HUAC, class rankings, and sit-in ban.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 179, 00:05:02)
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Tea for Peckham and Bordin 1966 ([851831-AF-292])
(Various shots of Professor Howard Peckham and Mrs. Ruth Bordin, taken at Michigan League at a tea celebrating the publication of their books honoring the sesquicentennial celebration of the UM. Features: Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.; Ruth Bordin, MHC)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Basketball Team and Coach Strack 1967 ([851831-AF-293])
(Coach Strack with players, Close-ups of several players, Strack addressing entire team as they sit on gym floor. Footage shot at Michigan-Michigan State game in East Lansing. Features: Dave Strack, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 95)
 
Harlan Hatcher and Two New Regents 1966 ([851831-AF-294])
(President Hatcher and regents Robert Brown and Gertrude Huebner seated at table in Regents' Room of the Admin. Bldg. This was the first meeting for these two newly elected UM regents. January, 1967. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Robert Brown, UM-Regent; Gertrude Huebner, UM-Regent)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 90)
 
Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of UM 1967 ([851831-AF-295])
(Presentation to Pres. Hatcher of citation from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters commemorating the UM Sesquicentennial. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Charles Fritz, Pres., Mich. Assoc. of Broadcasters, V.P., WXYZ)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 10)
 
UM 150th Anniversary with Governor George Romney 1967 ([851831-AF-296])
(Footage, filmed in the Michigan House of Representatives, of Gov. Romney proclaiming 1967 as UM Sesquicentennial Year. Also shown are Lt. Gov. William Milliken, Rep. Waldron, Rep. Bursley, and Pres. Hatcher. (Different footage on each reel.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; George Romney, William Milliken, Rep. Waldron, Rep. Bursley)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 400; 390)
 
Business Administration Award to F. Donner 1967 ([851831-AF-297])
(Bus. Adm. Prof.(?) at his desk speaking directly into camera(86'). Presentation of award to Mr. Donner, General Motors (on 140' reel).Also outtakes of Gov. Romney and Pres. Hatcher from Archival Film #296. (WP needs repair.)Features: Frederic G. Donner, General Motors; George Romney; Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil; sot, 86; 140)
 
Rare Book Display 1967 ([851831-AF-299])
(Harriet Jamieson, UM rare book librarian, and several students looking at displays of rare books in the General Library, close-ups of several of the rare books, shots of students in library reading room. Features: Harriet Jamieson, UM-Librarian)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 95; 95)
 
Sesquicentennial Films 1967
(Sesquicentennial films #1-6 contain footage of a variety of special events held in conjunction with the observance of the University of Michigan's sesquicentennial.)
 
Sesquicentennial #1 1967 ([851831-AF-300-b])
(Detroit Press Club.; Michael Radock introduces Pres. Hatcher who speaks about the university's $55 million fund raising campaign. Regent Goebel speaks, introduces several guests. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Michael Radock, UM-VP; Paul Goebel, UM-Regent; Jack Schuler; Ernest Jones)
 
Original: (sot, 845)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof, 845, 00:23:29)
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Sesquicentennial #1 1967 ([851831-AF-300-c])
(Press Conference.; Press conference with Arthur Miller, Mike Wallace, Arnold Gingrich. Each man takes podium and responds to questions. Features: Arthur Miller; Mike Wallace; Arnold Gingrich)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 290)
 
Sesquicentennial #1 1967 ([851831-AF-300-d])
(Detroit Press Conference.; Gerald Ford speaks on national economic policy, Features: Rep. Gerald Ford, Sen. Phillip Hart)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof, 286, 00:07:58)
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Sesquicentennial #1 1967 ([851831-AF-300-f])
(Orchestra playing at Michigan League, J. Fred Lawton conducts. Features: Lawton, J Fred., University Band)
 
Original: (sot)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 71, 00:02:00)
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Sesquicentennial #1 1967 ([851831-AF-300-g])
(Apollo Conference.; Footage of astronauts Shea and White speaking. Close-up shot at end of film of astronaut in military uniform. Features: Edward White, Wilbur Nelson, Shea)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil; sot, 1155)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 1151, 00:32:02)
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Sesquicentennial #1 1967 ([851831-AF-300-I])
(Detroit Press Conference.; Lynn Townsend of Chrysler and Donald Cook of General Motors discuss the auto industry, national and state economy, and under-developed countries. Features: Donald Cook, Lynn Townsend)
 
Original: (sot)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof, 00:16:43)
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Sesquicentennial #1 1967 ([851831-AF-300-j])
(Mrs. Robert McNamara.; Mrs. McNamara speaking directly to camera. Nov. 1, 1967. Features: Mrs. Robert McNamara)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil; sot, 190)
 
Sesquicentennial #1 1967 ([851831-AF-300-m])
(Alumni Dinner.; Footage of an alumni banquet features Pres. Hatcher speaking, introduction of various guests and dignitaries, shot of Prof. Revelli conducting orchestra, pans and close-ups of the crowd. Features: William D. Revelli, UM-Music; Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Hatcher; G. Mennen Williams)
 
Original: (sot)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil,1259, 00:35:00)
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Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club (Hockettes) 1967 ([851831-AF-301])
(Hockettes doing a figure skating routine. Features: Hockettes)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 130; 130)
 
Regents' Announcement of New UM President Fleming 1967 ([851831-AF-302])
(Pres. Hatcher makes announcement at a press conference of selection of Robben Fleming as new UM president. President Hatcher speaks briefly. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil; sot; at, 390)
 
Mall Photo Exhibit, and Rackham 1967 ([851831-AF-303])
(Shots of the Rackham Building at beginning and end of film. Shots of photo exhibit on the League Mall, some close-ups of photos.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 190; 180)
 
Honors Convocation 1967 ([851831-AF-304])
(President Hatcher introduces Robben Fleming as President Elect, presents honorary degree to United Nations Secretary General U Thant, who gives Convocation Address. Pan shots of dignitaries on stage. Shots of audience at end of program. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; U Thant)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 1260; 1285)
 
Robben Fleming Press Conference 1967 ([851831-AF-305])
(President elect and Mrs. Fleming at press conference. There is some unexplained commotion at doorway of room. Features: Jim Harrington, Detroit Newscaster; Robben Fleming, UM Pres.; Sally Fleming)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil; mag; at, 1200; 175)
 
Michigamua Instruction/Initiation 1967 ([851831-AF-306])
(Footage of initiation rites of the Michigamua fraternity, a secret honor society, shots of members dressed as Indians, gathered on roof of the Michigan Union, parading across campus and conducting ceremony near the General Library. Shots of crowd. Features: UM-Michigamua)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w; sil, 188)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 199, 00:05:32)
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Sesquicentennial #2 1967 ([851831-AF-307])
(Footage of a panel discussion on higher education presented as part of the UM sesquicentennial observance. Panel includes university presidents Luther Foster of Tuskegee and James B. Conant of Harvard. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Roger Heyns, UM-VP; Richard Cutler, UM-Psych.; Mary Bunting, Luther Foster, James Conant, Grennan, Li Choh-Ming)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil, 280; 325)
 
Graduation, May, 1967 1967 ([851831-AF-308])
(Various shots of graduation ceremonies, including President Hatcher speaking, graduates in stands, honorary degree presentation, grads marching into stadium, dignitaries on the stage, and crowd shots. (Both prints are out of sequence.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w; sil, 260)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 302, 00:08:25)
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UM Glee Club Leaving for World Tour 1967 ([851831-AF-309])
(UM Glee Club is filmed exiting bus, entering Metropolitan Airport, entering plane, seated on plane. (Needs repair.)Features: UM Glee Club)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 97)
 
Fairlane Hall Dedication 1967 ([851831-AF-310])
(Footage of the dedication of Fairlane Hall, the former Ford family mansion, on UM Dearborn campus. President Hatcher is filmed with dignitaries, receiving certificate. Close-up shot of Historic Landmark plaque. Shots of exterior of building. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil, 80; 100)
 
MSU-Michigan Baseball Game 1967 ([851831-AF-311])
(Footage of UM-MSU baseball game, good shots of team in the dugout and of a sparse crowd.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 93)
 
UM Submarine Dive 1967 ([851831-AF-312])
(Film of the Starr II research mini-submarine used by the UM Great Lakes Research Institute. Footage includes close-ups of the sub on deck of a UM research vessel, shots of sub being lowered into water and lifted onto ship. (Needs repair.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 650)
 
Indian Society Celebration 1967 ([851831-AF-313])
(Various shots of Native Americans in traditional garb, performing a series of dances in front of the Music School Pond. Shots of crowd sitting on grass.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Ann Arbor Street Fair 1967 ([851831-AF-314])
(Series of shots of Art Fair. Good inside shot of Nichols Arcade, shots of displays and crowds.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 105)
 
Sesquicentennial #3, Erhardt Press Conference 1967 ([851831-AF-315])
(Erhardt (West Germany) at press conference, seated at table with 2 others, one (woman) is interpreter or spokesperson. Erhardt speaks very briefly. (Sound on color print is very garbled.)Features: Erhardt (West Germany))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, b/w; col, sil; sof, 160; 225)
 
Sesquicentennial #4, Orientalist Conference 1967 ([851831-AF-316])
(Footage of participants in the 23rd International Congress of Orientalists Hosted by UM as part of Sesquicentennial observance, includes arrival at airport, various conference activities, address by Gov. Romney, tour of Greenfield Village. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; George Romney)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 820)
 
Sesquicentennial #5, Musket Tour 1967 ([851831-AF-317-a])
(Part 1.; Film from the Michigan Union opera company's tour in Korea includes, on-stage performances and visits to hospitals in Seoul and at Kimpo Air Base, also shots of the group traveling. The tour was part of the UM Sesquicentennial observance. Features: UM Muskets)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 460)
 
Sesquicentennial #5, Musket Tour 1967 ([851831-AF-317-b])
(Part 2.; Footage from the MUSKET tour of Japan includes shots of the group performing on-stage, in a hospital and on board the USS Constellation. Also footage of a hurricane. (Needs repair.)Features: UM Muskets)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 555)
 
Sesquicentennial #5, Musket Tour 1967 ([851831-AF-317-c])
(Part 3.; Footage of MUSKET's arrival at Metro Airport from tour of Korea and Japan. Some of this film is from Channel 7 News. (Needs repair, spliced out of order and upside down.)Features: UM Muskets)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 285)
 
Sesquicentennial #5, Musket Tour 1967 ([851831-AF-317-d])
(Part 4.; Film of MUSKET leaving for tour of the Far East to entertain the troops. Also additional footage of the group's return at Metropolitan Airport. Features: UM Muskets)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 440)
 
Tao Chiev Exhibit 1967 ([851831-AF-318])
(Exhibit of Tao Chiev is shown. Man is shown looking at various art works, hanging a scroll and reading it. Features: Tao Chiev)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil, 80; 100)
 
Leonard Bernstein Interview 1967 ([851831-AF-319])
(Interview with conductor Leonard Bernstein sitting at the piano, smoking as he talks. Close-up and cutaway shots of both Mr. Bernstein and interviewer. Features: Leonard Bernstein)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil, 460; 530)
 
Sesquicentennial #6 1967 ([851831-AF-320-a])
(Footage from a series of debates sponsored as part of the UM Sesquicentennial observance, includes shots of participants Dean Acheson and Urey Chandraseka(?) and guests before the debate and a reception after the debate. (Needs repair, sot is Acheson)Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Dean Acheson; Urey Chandraseka)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos; sot, b/w; col, sil; sil, 175; 100)
 
Sesquicentennial #6 1967 ([851831-AF-320-c])
(Dean Acheson at breakfast., many good candid shots of Acheson talking with various people at breakfast, seated on fireplace hearth talking informally with students. Features: Dean Acheson)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Sesquicentennial #6 1967 ([851831-AF-320-d])
(Footage of Gunnar Myrdal and Ralph Ellison with debate moderator before debate and brief footage of the debate. Filmed in Hill Auditorium. Features: Gunnar Myrdal; Ralph Ellison)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 47)
 
Sesquicentennial #6 1967 ([851831-AF-320-e])
(Hamada Interview.; Leading Japanese folk potter and director of the national museum is interviewed, film clip show Hamada in native dress, throwing pots on a wheel. He was on campus as part of UM Sesquicentennial observance. (See Series A #200)Features: John Stephenson, UM-Art; Hamada)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos; pos; sot, b/w; col; col; sot, sil; sil; sil; sot, 820; 628; 135)
 
Faculty Awards, 1967 1967 ([851831-AF-321])
(Footage of President Hatcher and Faculty Award Winners, includes group shot and individual close-ups. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 120)
 
Roger Sessions Interview 1967 ([851831-AF-322])
(Interview with composer Roger Sessions seated at piano, holding unlit pipe. Features: Roger Sessions)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil; sot, 680; 680)
 
Father Hickey 1967 ([851831-AF-323])
(Father Hickey addressing group of about 25 people. Photograph of a book is shown. Features: Father Hickey)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
J.D. Rockefeller Press Conference 1967 ([851831-AF-325])
(Mr. Rockefeller speaks directly into camera. He later speaks with members of the group. Features: J.D. Rockefeller)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 465)
 
Kentucky vs. Michigan Basketball 1967 ([851831-AF-326])
(Footage of UM-Kentucky basketball game, inaugural game at the Events Center, Pres. Hatcher throws out the first ball. (film is dark.)Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
55 Million Dollar Campaign Banquet 1967 ([851831-AF-327])
(Footage of a banquet in Crisler Arena marking the success of the UM $55 million capital campaign, includes shots of the dinner and several speakers and brief footage of Presidents Hatcher, Fleming, and Ruthven together. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Alexander Ruthven, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 90)
 
Football Game-UM vs. Wisconsin 1967 ([851831-AF-328])
(Footage of UM's 27-7 victory over Wisconsin in Madison.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 127)
 
President Robben Fleming's Press Conference 1967 ([851831-AF-330])
(President Fleming makes a statement and then answers questions at press conference. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 1000; 80)
 
Ron Jacobs, Gymnast 1967 ([851831-AF-331])
(Ron Jacobs performing on the trampoline, with cutaways of the spotter. Some random shots of a portable videotape unit recording a performance on the parallel bars. (Needs repair.)Features: Ron Jacobs, UM gymnast)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Otis Smith, 1967 1967 ([851831-AF-332])
(Film of new regent Otis Smith and University Secretary Herbert W. Hildebrandt. Features: Herbert W. Hildebrandt, UM-Secretary; Otis Smith, UM-Regent)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil, 70; 70)
 
Matthais-Sr. and Jr. 1967 ([851831-AF-333])
(Frederick Matthaei, Sr. and Jr., are seated in a library looking over a map of Radrick Farm property, donated to the University for a golf course. Features: Frederick Matthaei, Sr., UM-Regent; Frederick Matthaei, Jr.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Campus Scenes, 1968 1968 ([851831-AF-334])
(Construction sites of various buildings on Main, Medical and North Campus. Also a shot of a Sebastian Kresge portrait.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; b/w, sil; sil, 400)
 
Professor Floyd Mann, 1967 1967 ([851831-AF-335])
(Footage of UM Psychology professor Floyd Mann being interviewed. Features: Floyd Mann, UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 90)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil)
 
Chemistry Department Historical Footage 1967 ([851831-AF-336-a])
(Part I.; Documentary footage of Chemistry Dept. faculty in their classrooms, office or laboratories. Over 40 individuals are filmed, each accompanied by an identifying target giving name, educational background, and years at UM. Features: Charles G. Overberger, UM-Chem.; Robert C. Taylor, UM-Chem.; Leigh C. Anderson, UM-Chem.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 1221, 00:33:56)
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Chemistry Department Historical Footage 1967 ([851831-AF-336-b])
(Part II.; Films of Chemistry Dept. faculty, 1936-1943, edited and titled in 1967. Films were shot in classrooms, offices, or laboratories. Ca. 30 individuals filmed, each accompanied by identifying target giving name, education, and years at UM. Features: Moses Gomberg, UM-Chem.; Chester S. Schoepfle, UM-Chem., et al.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 580)
 
Newspaper Headlines, 1967 1967 ([851831-AF-337])
(Series of shots of Michigan Daily newspaper headlines. Topics include Fall tuition hike, new president selection, classified research, Middle East Crisis, and Cinema Guild.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 400)
 
Dr. Christiaan Barnard's Press Conference 1967 ([851831-AF-338])
(Film of Dr. Barnard's press conference. He is seated at a table with Donald Kahn, UM-Med. and Fred Hindley of WUOM. (See Series B #644.)(Total of five reels film and 1 audiotape.)Features: Dr. Christiaan Barnard; Donald Kahn, UM-Med.; Fred Hindley, UM-WUOM.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos; pos, b/w; col; col, sil; sil; sil; at)
 
Michigan League, Kresge Medical Research Center 1968 ([851831-AF-339])
(Footage of a portrait of Sebastian S. Kresge in the Kresge Medical Research Center, also a shot of a bulletin board in the League with poster advertising the MUSKET musical "Out of Our Minds." (On core with #340, needs repair.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 90)
 
League Building at Night 1967 ([851831-AF-340])
(Footage of people entering and leaving the Michigan League for performance by MUSKET.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 90)
 
University Events Building 1968 ([851831-AF-342])
(Series of exterior shots of the University Events Building, grounds are not yet landscaped.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Robben Fleming's Inauguration and Procession 1968 ([851831-AF-343])
(Film of Fleming's inaugural address, shots of participants on platform, outdoor shots of academic procession leaving Rackham, excellent shot of President Fleming in presidential robes. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; b/w, sil; sil; sot; at, 600)
 
Big Ten Swim Meet 1968 ([851831-AF-344])
(Footage of swimming and diving events at a Big Ten meet, small crowd observing the meet.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 800; 600)
 
Events Building Dedication, 1968 1968 ([851831-AF-345])
(Film of ceremonies dedicating the University Events Building, some footage of basketball game and team warming up. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; b/w, sil; sil, 400; 350)
 
Dr. Hazel Losh 1968 ([851831-AF-347])
(Interview with UM astronomy professor and number one athletic fan, Dr. Losh, filmed in her interestingly cluttered office, much UM memorabilia shown. Features: Hazel Losh, UM-Astron.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil; at, 200)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, silent, 75, 00:02:08)
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Dr. Vander 1968 ([851831-AF-348])
(Dr. Vander (in white lab coat) in consultation with two students. Later he is filmed conducting an animal experiment in lab with student observing. Features: Arthur J. Vander, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Don Canham, New Athletic Director 1968 ([851831-AF-349])
(Interview with UM track coach and new athletic director Don Canham, filmed at the track with Canham sitting on a hurdle, speaking informally, Practice is going on in the background. Features: Don Canham, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil; at, 500; 500)
 
Wilbur Cohen, School of Education 1968 ([851831-AF-350])
(Wilbur Cohen is responding to questions from the audience. Some exchanges appear to be very heated. (Filmed by Channel 7 news.)Features: Wilbur Cohen, UM-SW)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos; pos; wp, b/w; col; col; col, sil; sil; sil; sil)
 
Dr. Martin Luther King Memorial, 1968 1968 ([851831-AF-352])
(Footage of a march and speakers in Hill Auditorium at memorial observance of death of Dr. King., shots of large crowd marching from City Hall to Hill, Auditorium is filled, large crowd outside listening to loudspeakers.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil; at, 600)
 
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Professor Angell, Spring on Campus 1968 ([851831-AF-355])
(UM sociology professor Robert Angell is interviewed in front of Angell Hall, also some shots showing campus area around Angell Hall in Spring. (Needs repair.)Features: Robert Angell, UM-Soc.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 167, 00:04:42)
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Graduation, April, 1968 1968 ([851831-AF-356])
(Opening close-ups of signs representing each school, footage of the graduation ceremony, President Fleming introduces Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, who receives honorary degree. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Thurgood Marshall, US Supreme Court Justice.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w; sil)
 
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Alumni Board of Directors Meeting 1968 ([851831-AF-357])
(Footage of a meeting of the board of directors of the UM Alumni Association. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Mrs. Robben Fleming; Bob Forman, UM-Alumni Director)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Michigan Scenes 1968 ([851831-AF-358])
(Tourism film from Michigan Tourist Council, includes footage of various scenic spots in the state, some good shots of Mackinac Bridge and a close-up of the Michigan state seal.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof, 50)
 
Quarterback Club-Crisler 1968 ([851831-AF-359])
(Brief footage of dinner meeting of the UM Quarterback Club in Crisler Arena. Informal shots of three winners of awards. Features: Don Canham, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Central Michigan-Michigan Baseball; Tennis Court 1968 ([851831-AF-360])
(Film begins with shots of a tennis match, then various shots of the UM Central Michigan baseball. (Parts of film overexposed.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 300; 300)
 
James Reston 1968 ([851831-AF-361])
(Footage of James Reston of NY Times giving speech on campus. Features: James Reston, NY Times)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Warren Smith 1968 ([851831-AF-362])
(Footage of UM economics professor Warren Smith sitting on a bench on the Diag talking to a student. (Needs repair.)Features: Warren Smith, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Track and Field Clinic 1968 ([851831-AF-363])
(Series of shots of boys (Junior High?) receiving instruction in techniques of various events- pole vault, high jump, shot put, hurdles, and sprinting.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 300; 300)
 
Vice President Ross 1968 ([851831-AF-364])
(Interview with UM Vice President for State Relations and Planning, Arthur M. Ross. Features: Arthur M. Ross, UM-V.P.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil; at, 200; 200)
 
Basketball Clinic 1968 ([851831-AF-365])
(Footage of junior high age boys going through various drills in a basketball clinic at the Mens' Intramural Building.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Art Fair circa 1972 ([851831-AF-366])
(Footage of the Ann Arbor Street Art fair includes shots of artists booths along State St. and South University Ave., performance stages and crowd shots. Also includes shots of Ann Arbor street scenes taken from a moving car.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 635)
 
Football Clinic 1968 ([851831-AF-367])
(Three instructors showing various football techniques to a group of about 75 junior high age boys.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Fire 1968 ([851831-AF-368])
(Spectacular fire in apartment buildings which are under construction. Two buildings burn to ground. Another building has bad fire in four units. (Formerly Woodland Hills - east of Carpenter Rd. on Packard Rd?), (Needs repair.))
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 200; 200)
 
Miniskirts 1968 ([851831-AF-369])
(Film begins with shot of hand lettered poster, "Sex and Birth Control," followed by series of shots of female students on the Diag and around Central Campus, all wearing miniskirts-walking, riding bicycles, etc.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 300; 200)
 
Faculty Awards 1968 ([851831-AF-370])
(Footage of presentation of Faculty Award and a reception line, shot of 3 Faculty Award Winners sitting together. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Sally Fleming)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp; wp, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil, 200)
 
Faculty Awards 1968 ([851831-AF-370-a])
(Footage of reception for faculty award winners, hosted by Pres. and Mrs. Fleming. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Sally Fleming)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Faculty Awards 1968 ([851831-AF-370-b])
(Footage of Edward N. Cole of the College of Engineering receiving award and a shot of the plaque. Features: Edward N. Cole, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 45)
 
Robben Fleming at United Fund Lunch 1968 ([851831-AF-371])
(President Fleming is filmed speaking at luncheon for the United Fund, footage of the crowd and receiving line. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Sally Fleming; Win Hulcher)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
McKinally Lecture 1968 ([851831-AF-372])
(Footage of the McKinally Lecture sponsored by the UM School of Business Administration, includes Pres. Fleming introducing J.L. Hudson, Jr. and a portion of Hudson's address. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; J.L. Hudson, Jr.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Press Dinner/League Lunch 1968 ([851831-AF-373])
(Shots of Governor Romney, President Fleming, and athletic director Don Canham at a luncheon. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Sally Fleming; Don Canham, UM-Ath.; George Romney)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 500)
 
Michigan State-Michigan Football 1968 ([851831-AF-374])
(Film of the UM-MSU football game at Michigan Stadium features tradition of Gov. and Mrs. Romney switching "sides" at half time, a terrier pushing a ball down field, and UM Marching Band performance. UM won 28-14. (3 reels audiotape.)Features: Chalmers "Bump" Elliott, UM-Ath; George Romney; Lenore Romney; Marching Band; Dog (Whiskey, or Brandy?))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil; at, 1185)
 
Michigan State-Michigan Football 1968 ([851831-AF-374-a])
(Some additional footage of the game and post-game locker room jubilation. Also includes some footage of a sports banquet. Features: Don Canham, UM-Ath.; Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; wp; pos, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil, 150; 50; 400)
 
Michigan State-Michigan Football 1968 ([851831-AF-374-b])
(President Fleming in Press Box.; Footage of President and Mrs. Fleming are filmed in press box at Michigan Stadium during UM-MSU game. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Sally Fleming)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Michigan State-Michigan Football 1968 ([851831-AF-374-c])
(Film of post-game jubilation in Wolverine locker room after victory over MSU.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 70)
 
Michigan State-Michigan Football 1968 ([851831-AF-374-d])
(Excellent shots of game, crowd, band, cheer leaders, coaches. Features: Chalmers "Bump" Elliott, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
President Fleming meets Tuskegee Students 1968 ([851831-AF-375])
(Footage of a reception at the President's House for students from Tuskegee University hosted by Pres. and Mrs. Fleming. Some nice footage of the President's House. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Sally Fleming; Tuskegee Students)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil; at, 300)
 
Blow-Up 1968 ([851831-AF-376])
(Footage of damage from bomb blast at Institute of Science and Technology building on North Campus, exterior shots of windows broken and doors blown out.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 00:02:52)
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Sharon Keeler 1968 ([851831-AF-377])
(Film of homecoming queen Sharon Keeler, on the Diag, casually dressed sitting and talking with friends, walking through the Diag. Features: Sharon Keeler, Homecoming Queen)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Art Museum 1968 ([851831-AF-378])
(Shots of several painting and sculpture exhibits in the UM Art Museum. Several good shots of curator at various exhibits.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Hopwood Room of Angell Hall 1968 ([851831-AF-379])
(Miscellaneous footage including A) Series of shots of degree or award presentation, lab experiments, B) George R. Anderson, Ass't Dean of LS&A; in his office, and Henry Austin, Speech Dept. and faculty counselor, counseling students. (See also #381)Features: Alfred Slote, UM-TVC; George R. Anderson, UM-Econ.; Henry Austin, UM-Speech)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 190; 185)
 
M.S. Ramanujan and D.G. Dickson, West Engineering 1968 ([851831-AF-380])
(Shots of UM mathematics professors M. S. Ramanujan and D.R. Dickson in their offices and classrooms. Features: M.S. Ramanujan, UM-Math; Douglas G. Dickson, UM-Math)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 75)
 
Rackham Conference and Auto Engineering Lab 1968 ([851831-AF-381])
(Footage of an unidentified man in his office, automobile engineering laboratory equipment, and Pres. Fleming with a guest. (See also #379.)Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 200; 50)
 
President Fleming "Fireside" 1968 ([851831-AF-382])
(President Fleming is filmed sitting with a group of students in a lounge engaged in informal but apparently serious discussion. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil; at, 600)
 
Football/Homecoming 1968 ([851831-AF-383])
(Footage of the 1968 homecoming football game against Minnesota with good shots of the crowd in Michigan stadium, also some footage of homecoming events.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; pos, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil, 75; 100; 300)
 
Tennis-Arthur Ashe 1968 ([851831-AF-384])
(Footage of professional tennis player Ashe playing an exhibition match in the Events Center. Features: Arthur Ashe)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
Pep Rally 1968 ([851831-AF-385])
(Footage of homecoming activities, including shots of homecoming display and the Friday night pep rally with the Marching Band, candlelight procession, and cheering crowds. Features: UM Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 103, 00:02:56)
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President Fleming, Law Seminar 1968 ([851831-AF-386])
(President Fleming leading a Law School seminar, Fleming and group of students seated around a table. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil; at, 300; 300)
 
Faculty (SACUA) Meeting with President Fleming 1968 ([851831-AF-387])
(Footage of President Fleming meeting with the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs, good close-ups of various faculty members. (Needs repair.)Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil; at, 380; 630)
 
Mental Health 1968 ([851831-AF-388])
(Footage of laboratories and a group of men and women engaged in discussion.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Regents Meeting 1968 ([851831-AF-389])
(Random shots of several of the regents involved in preliminary activities before meeting. Features: UM Regents)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 50)
 
Track Practice 1968 ([851831-AF-390])
(Footage of indoor track practice. Random shots of baton pass, pole vault, running.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
New Regents 1968 ([851831-AF-392])
(Random shots of regents' meeting, including the new regents. Shots of President Fleming at the head of the conference table. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; UM Regents)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Fleming's First Year, 1968-69 1969 ([851831-AF-393])
(President Fleming is filmed at desk in his office speaking directly into camera, he reviews the events of his first year as president of the University of Michigan. (Needs repair.)Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos; wp; wp, col; col; col; col, sil; sil; sil; sil, 700; 1000)
 
Basketball-UM vs. Iowa 1968 ([851831-AF-394])
(Footage of the UM-Iowa basketball game, includes good shots of coach Johnny Orr, the crowd, and the UM cheerleaders. Features: Johnny Orr, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 300)
 
Golf Practice 1969 ([851831-AF-396])
(Coaches are filmed working with golfer, showing him proper stance and swing.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Dean Hay and Dean Scott 1969 ([851831-AF-397])
(George E. Hay, Ass't Dean of Rackham Graduate School is filmed in his office working, dictating to secretary. Shots of Dean of the Dearborn Campus, Norman Scott working in his office, dictating to secretary, on the telephone. Features: George E. Hay, UM-Ass't Dean Rackham; Norma Scott, UM-Dean Dearborn Campus)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Bo Schembechler, New Football Coach 1969 ([851831-AF-398])
(Various shots of "Bo" in his new office (shown with two unidentified men). Features: Bo Schembechler, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Dean Scott 1969 ([851831-AF-399])
(Dearborn Campus Dean Norman Scott is filmed in his office working at desk. Features: Norman Scott, UM-Dean Dearborn Campus)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 80)
 
Hopwood Awards ([851831-AF-400])
(Brief footage of Robert Hayden and a woman leafing through a book, and a shot of a Hopwood Awards poster. Features: Robert Hayden, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 46, 00:01:18)
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Dean William Haber, 1969 1969 ([851831-AF-401])
(LS& A Dean William Haber is filmed dictating to his secretary. (Film is very scratchy.)Features: William Haber, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 100)
 
Residential College East Quad ([851831-AF-403])
(Footage of East Quad, Economics Building, shot filmed through Engineering Arch across the Diag.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 100; 50)
 
Basketball ([851831-AF-404])
(Footage of basketball practice and UM vs. Michigan State game. Player #40(UM) is prominent on film.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 170)
 
Student Relations, Related Activities, 1969 1969 ([851831-AF-405])
(Outside shots of UM students working with children at the Merrill-Palmer Institute in Detroit, shows children modeling clay, playing on playground equipment. (Some of the following "student relations" films done for Series F "Concerned Generation."))
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, 102, sil, 240)
 
Student Relations, Dean J. Shaw 1969 ([851831-AF-406])
(James Shaw, Ass't Dean of LS& A, is filmed on steps of Angell Hall with small group of students picketing behind him. Dean Shaw speaks directly into camera, and one student speaks also. Features: James Shaw, UM-Ass't Dean LSA)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 288, 00:08:02)
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Student Relations, Interviews at Alice Lloyd Hall 1969 ([851831-AF-407])
(Footage of interviews with four residents of Alice Lloyd women's dormitory. Housemother / resident advisor is filmed in office, shot of bulletin board filled with messages, posters, protests.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 930)
 
Student Relations 1969 ([851831-AF-408])
(Black female UM student is shown instructing a group of Black youths in what appears to be a church basement. (This footage used in Series F "Concerned Generation."))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 145)
 
Student Relations, Water Quality Investigation 1969 ([851831-AF-409])
(Footage of UM faculty and students (SPH or SNR?) in pontoon boat on Crystal Lake taking water samples.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 240)
 
Student Relations, North Hall/ROTC Protest 1969 ([851831-AF-410])
(Film of students protesting ROTC on campus, students are gathering outside ROTC offices in North Hall, close-up shot of handout "In Case of Arrest," students are shown rushing into building attempting to take over ROTC office.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 194, 00:05:27)
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Student Relations, Legal Aid Clinic, Crisis Center 1969 ([851831-AF-411])
(Footage of law student operated Legal Aid Clinic, shows clients being counseled, shot of Clinic sign on outside of building.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 280)
 
Student Relations 1969 ([851831-AF-412])
(Protest Meeting(?) Footage of what appears to be a panel of administrators or faculty addressing a large group of students.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 80)
 
Students on Campus 1969 ([851831-AF-414-a])
(Random "60s" shots on Diag and South University Ave., a multicolored psychedelic van, South University street scenes showing "the heads.")
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 102, 00:04:27)
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Students on Campus 1969 ([851831-AF-414-b])
(Students at the Pretzel Bell, drinking beer, shows the Bell birthday tradition. Captures the ambiance of this favored gathering place. Footage at end of film of swimmers in an indoor pool. (Film is quite dark.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, '161, 00:04:39)
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Students on Campus 1969 ([851831-AF-414-c])
(Footage of students milling around in the student operated Counseling Office. Features: Al Slote, UM-TVC, Mike Shotka)
 
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Students on Campus 1969 ([851831-AF-414-d])
(Footage of activity on Diag. Random; Large number of students on Diag. Banner-Ramsay Clark. Sign "Smash Imperialism". shots of posters, leaflets being passed out, "heads" strumming guitars, NLF flag in background, an all green person playing guitar, "60s" dress and hair styles. Some footage of registration at Waterman Gymnasium.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 136, 450; 200)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, 00:03:48)
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Students on Campus 1969 ([851831-AF-414-e])
(Al Slote interviewing Black student in front of Administration Building. Good shots of cube and panorama of the Mall in front of Admin. Bldg.)
 
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Students on Campus 1969 ([851831-AF-414-f])
(Students at a local pub, musicians performing on stage. (Film very dark.))
 
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Students on Campus 1969 ([851831-AF-414-g])
(Footage of students on Diag in summer, everyone in casual dress, bell bottoms, etc. Skirts are short, young faces, everybody busy, Diag is crowded.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 656, 00:18:15)
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Professor Louis Orlin 1970 ([851831-AF-415])
(Footage of history professor Louis Orlin talking to students, lecturing in classroom, interview with Al Slote, in office with student. (Needs repair.)Features: Louis Orlin, UM-Hist.; Al Slote, UM-TVC)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 500; 580)
 
Professor J.L. Sax and Towsley Center 1970 ([851831-AF-416])
(Brief close-up of Hutchins Hall, then to Towsley Center for a lecture in an auditorium. Also a classroom lecture is filmed. Features: Joseph L. Sax, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 370)
 
Physicians' Meeting at Towsley Center 1970 ([851831-AF-417])
(Apparently footage from a conference held at the Towsley Center. Exterior shot of Towsley Center, interior shots of registration, two physicians on stage, shots of attendees. Close-up of Towsley Center plaque.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 190)
 
Faculty Tea 1970 ([851831-AF-418])
(Footage of a faculty tea hosted by Pres. and Mrs Fleming, includes shots of the crowd, the receiving line and many faculty members. (Film is dark, needs repair.)Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Sally Fleming; Kenneth Pike, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 400)
 
Campus Scenes 1970 ([851831-AF-419])
(Miscellaneous footage including outdoor classes on the Diag, several faculty members crossing the Diag, and shots of several buildings: ISR, Lorch Hall, and Business School. Features: Edward Stasheff, UM-Speech)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 300; 130)
 
Faculty Interviews 1970 ([851831-AF-420])
(Professor Davis.; (Films # 420-423 and 427-433 are faculty interviews filmed for the Series B television program "They Teach At Michigan.") Some outside shots, followed by an interview of Professor Davis in office. Features: Charles Davis, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 260; 195)
 
Faculty Interviews 1970 ([851831-AF-421])
(Faculty interviews-Professors, Buttrey, Cameron, Davis. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; George Cameron, UM-Near East Stud.; Charles Davis, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 970)
 
Faculty Interviews 1970 ([851831-AF-422])
(Faculty Interviews-Professors Moore, Payne, Buttrey. Features: Professor Moore; Joseph Payne, UM-Math; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 1015)
 
Faculty Interviews 1970 ([851831-AF-423])
(Professor Warner lecturing speaks directly into camera while holding a helmet with oriental markings. Features: Sam Bass Warner, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 635)
 
Classes on Campus ([851831-AF-424])
(A variety of shots showing classes meeting outside, some on the Diag.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Classes on Campus 1970 ([851831-AF-424-a])
(Footage of several UM classes in progress. (Film is underexposed.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 195)
 
Student Interviews on Campus 1970 ([851831-AF-425])
(Series of shots of student interviews, nice Fall background, good close-ups of students. (Needs repair.)Features: Joe Banks)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 465; 155)
 
Walter Weber ([851831-AF-426-a])
(A UM professor of civil engineering is shown working with apparatus in an experiment on methods of purifying water as part of a pollution control study. Features: Walter Weber, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 260)
 
Walter Weber ([851831-AF-426-b])
(Additional footage of engineering professor working with laboratory equipment in experiment on purifying a liquid. This reel also includes some footage of Al Slote interviewing students on campus. Features: Walter Weber, UM-Eng.; Alfred Slote, UM-TVC)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 610)
 
Faculty Interviews 1970 ([851831-AF-427])
(Professor Ackley.; Footage of interview with UM economics professor and former White House advisor Gardner Ackley. Features: Gardner Ackley, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 240)
 
Professor Mary Shulman 1970 ([851831-AF-428])
(Professor Shulman in lecture hall, at blackboard. Interesting, animated teaching style. Good shots of students. Features: Mary Shulman, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 82, 00:02:16)
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Professor Lynn Matoon 1970 ([851831-AF-429])
(Professor Matoon sitting in front of students. Some interesting shots of students taking notes. Small class (6-8). (Needs reaper.)Features: Lyn Mattoon, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 187, 00:05:13)
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Streaming File: (851831-AF429.flv)
 
Faculty Interviews 1970 ([851831-AF-430])
(Professor Crawford.; Footage of interview with UM Business School professor C. Merle Crawford, seated at table talking with Al Slote. (Needs repair.)Features: C. Merle Crawford, UM-Bus.; Alfred Slote, UM-TVC)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 480)
 
Faculty Interviews 1970 ([851831-AF-431])
(Professor Metcalf.; Footage of interview with the dean of the School Art and Architecture. Features: Robert Metcalf, UM-Art & Arch)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 320)
 
Faculty Interviews 1970 ([851831-AF-432])
(Professor Edwards.; Footage of interview with Law School professor Harry Edwards sitting in Law Quad, frisbee game going on in the background, good shot of tower at the Law Library. (Needs repair)Features: Harry Edwards, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 250)
 
Faculty Interviews 1970 ([851831-AF-433])
(N. Chagnon. Footage of interview with professor of human genetics Napoleon Chagnon sitting on Diag grass talking directly into camera. Features: Napoleon Chagnon, UM-Hum. Gen.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 200)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 00:05:33)
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Cazzie Russell 1965 ([851831-AF-434])
(Footage of UM vs Minnesota basketball game features Cazzie Russell. Shots of team warming up and game action, UM wins 88-85. Good shots of crowd in Yost Field House. (Film has been cut up and spliced out of order.)Features: Cazzie Russell)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 880)
 
Monkey Smash circa 1970 ([851831-AF-435-a])
(Footage of UM laboratory equipment used in testing design and impact resistance of football helmets includes shots of the sled and track used to simulate impact and a variety of measurement and date recording devices.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 800)
 
Monkey Smash circa 1970 ([851831-AF-435-b])
(Additional footage of laboratory equipment used in testing design and impact resistance of football helmets.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 560)
 
Dr. Les Soper, Monkey Hypothermia Experiment ([851831-AF-436])
(Footage of laboratory experiment on effect of hypothermia on monkeys. Shots of Dr. Soper conducting psychological tests on monkey, performing surgery on monkey, and measuring impact of hypothermia on heart function and brain activity.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 760)
 
Student Government Council Election 1966 ([851831-AF-437])
(Footage of campaign and election of student government officers includes shots of banners on Diag, posters, candidates speaking, candidates in WCBN studio, students voting in the Fishbowl, ballot counting, and a victory celebration.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 300)
 
Ford Foundation Grant circa 1967 ([851831-AF-438])
(Film of a meeting, possibly Board of Regents and Ford Foundation officials, apparently regarding Ford Foundations contribution to the UM $55 million capital campaign.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 110)
 
Rose Bowl Parade 1951 ([851831-AF-439])
(Footage of floats and a few bands from the 1951 tournament of Roses Parade, including the University of Michigan float. This film was produced by Sportsreel Productions.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Clean Air Car circa 1970 ([851831-AF-440])
(Footage of a UM student in a laboratory performing emissions test on a car.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 80)
 
Robot circa 1970 ([851831-AF-441-a])
(A UM engineering professor demonstrates a model robot.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 20)
 
Robot circa 1970 ([851831-AF-441-b])
(UM aeronautical engineering students are shown working on designs of a robot, professor demonstrates a model robot.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 70)
 
President Fleming's Inauguration 1967 ([851831-AF-442])
(Footage of the Fleming family and friends at tea at the President's House, Fleming gives a tour of the house, inaugural banquet in Michigan Union(?), procession and ceremony in Hill Auditorium, Fleming's address. (Sound track for part of speech.)Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w; b/w, sil; sil; sot, 850; 850)
 
Regents '60 1961 ([851831-AF-443-a])
(This film consist of short clips from a number of the archives films made in 1960, apparently as a compilation to demonstrate the type of work being done in the first year of the archives film program.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 700)
 
Regents '60 1961 ([851831-AF-443-b])
(Continues brief film clips from 1960 archives film.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, so, 700)
 
NCAA Regional Tournament, 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-444-a])
(Original game footage of UM vs. Vanderbilt basketball game in regional finals of NCAA basketball tournament.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, col; b/w, sil; sil, 100; 100)
 
NCAA Basketball Tournament, 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-444-b])
(Original game footage of UM vs. Vanderbilt in regional finals of 1965 NCAA basketball tournament. Includes some footage of post-game celebration and UM's regional championship trophy.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 300)
 
NCAA Basketball Tournament, 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-444-c])
(Footage taken at 1965 NCAA regional baseball tournament, includes brief clip from UM vs. Dayton game but is mostly non-game footage including shots of the pep band, press table, and crowd.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 80)
 
Rose Bowl Half-time circa 1965 ([851831-AF-445])
(Footage of UM Marching Band performing at half-time of Rose Bowl game.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 120)
 
Marching Band Travels circa 1965 ([851831-AF-446])
(Footage of the UM Marching Band in California preparing for performances in Rose Parade and at Rose Bowl game.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 750)
 
Rose Bowl 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-447-a])
(Footage of the last quarter of the UM vs. Oregon State Rose Bowl game and post game activities, including Marching Band plying on field, tearing down of the goal posts, and fan's celebration.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 560)
 
Rose Bowl 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-447-b])
(Game footage of Michigan vs Oregon State Rose Bowl.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 150)
 
Rose Bowl 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-447-c])
(UM Marching band performance at half-time of Rose Bowl game. Features: Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 65; 120)
 
Rose Bowl 1965 1965 ([851831-AF-447-d])
(Rose Bowl game footage including several Michigan scoring plays from the second-half and the final plays of the game, the UM Marching Band performing on the field after the game, and fans celebrating and tearing down the goalposts. Features: Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 450)
 
Ford Foundation Picture Sequence ([851831-AF-448])
(Film footage of photographs depicting natural resources, agricultural activities, industrial plants in Detroit, Grand Rapids and Battle Creek, and recreational and educational resources of Michigan. (Several takes, includes music but no narrative.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof)
 
Reconstructive Ear Surgery ([851831-AF-449])
(UM doctor illustrates technique of molding an artificial ear which will be attached to a child suffering from an ear deformity.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 55)
 
Flu Vaccine ([851831-AF-450])
(UM researchers are shown preparing flu vaccine in a laboratory, injecting eggs with a virus.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 95)
 
Rose Bowl Parade, 1948 1948 ([851831-AF-451])
(Footage of the 1948 Tournament of Roses Parade including the UM Marching Band and the Michigan float. (Work print and original B-wind.)Features: Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 120; 120)
 
Alumni Film ([851831-AF-452-a])
(Camp Michigania.; Footage of facilities and activities at UM Alumni Association's Camp Michigania, including shots of archery range, lakefront and beach, sailboats, cabins and dining facilities, and a UM professor lecturing.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Alumni Film ([851831-AF-452-b])
(Continues footage of Camp Michigania activities including horseback riding and swimming. Also filmed footage of still photographs including a man jumping over the Diag "M", Vulcans at anvil, and Economics Building. (Filmed for "We Came to Ann Arbor"))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 550)
 
Campus Scenes ([851831-AF-453])
(Footage of a variety of campus and town scenes including "Shakey Jake" Woods playing guitar on the Diag, Ulrich's Bookstore, Overbeck's Bookstore, and campus buildings including Economics, LS&A, Kelsey, Engineering Arch, Hill Aud. and Dental School. Features: "Shakey Jake" Woods)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 480; 480)
 
Galens Collection and Christmas Party ([851831-AF-454-a])
(Christmas party for child patients at University Hospital sponsored by the Galens Society. Also footage of what appears to be a computer screen in which a man uses light pen to give instructions for plotting regression analysis?)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 790)
 
Galens Collection and Christmas Party ([851831-AF-454-b])
(Footage of Galens Society members collecting donations on campus and downtown Ann Arbor.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 575)
 
Tom Harmon ([851831-AF-455])
(Three to five minute tape of UM football game in which a fan raced out of the stands and attempted to tackle Tom Harmon. (On two-inch videotape, apparently transferred from film. Tape #583. Also transferred to videocassette)Features: Tom Harmon)
 
Original: (2-inch video)
 
Michigan-California Football Game, 1940 1940 ([851831-AF-456])
(Ca. 5-10 minute tape of UM's 1940 season opening victory over California. (Two-inch videotape apparently transferred from film. tape #584. Also transferred to videocassette.))
 
Original: (2-inch video)
 
Michigan Stadium Dedication, 1927 1927 ([851831-AF-457])
(Ca. five minute clip from the dedication of Michigan Stadium in 1927. (Two-inch videotape apparently transferred from film. Tape #585.))
 
Original: (2-inch video)
 
Beaumont Memorial Dedication 1954 ([851831-AF-458-a])
(Footage of dedication ceremonies at the Beaumont Memorial on Mackinac Island commemorating Dr. William Beaumont, pioneer Michigan surgeon, includes series of speeches and shots of the Memorial building, former trading post of the Astor Fur Company.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 310, 00:08:40)
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Beaumont Memorial Dedication 1954 ([851831-AF-458-b])
(Footage of dedication speeches and Memorial Building)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 460, 00:12:45)
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Beaumont Memorial Dedication 1954 ([851831-AF-458-c])
(Continues footage of Beaumont Memorial building and crowd at dedication ceremony.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 433, 00:11:57)
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Beaumont Memorial Dedication 1954 ([851831-AF-458-d])
(Continues footage of dedication ceremony.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 397, 00:11:07)
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Beaumont Memorial Dedication 1954 ([851831-AF-458-e])
(Continues footage of dedication ceremony.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 392, 00:10:56)
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Michigan-Duke Basketball Game ([851831-AF-459])
(Partial game footage from the UM vs Duke football game.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Football Team Photo Day circa 1970 ([851831-AF-460])
(Film footage of the UM football squad posing for the official team photo. Features: Glen "Bo" Schembechler, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; wp, col; col, sil; sil, 219; 219)
 
Dr. Hazel Losh's Heart Attack ([851831-AF-461])
(Footage of UM astronomy professor and number one football fan Hazel Losh suffering a heart attack on sidelines during a UM football game. Features: Hazel Losh, UM-Astron.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sil)
 
Fall Colors on Diag ([851831-AF-462])
(Footage of fall foliage on the Diag and other parts of campus, also pan shots of Palmer field and the hill dormitories, and students walking about campus.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 230; 300)
 
Aerial Shots of Campus ([851831-AF-463])
(Footage shot from the Goodyear blimp includes good views of the Law Quad, Central Campus, the Medical Campus, downtown Ann Arbor, and Michigan Stadium - empty and full.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 1000; 1000)
 
Alumni Film ([851831-AF-464-a])
(Aerial views of campus including good shots of North Campus and an empty Michigan Stadium. Also brief footage of UM-Dearborn and UM-Flint campuses.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 850)
 
Alumni Film 1977 ([851831-AF-464-b])
(Footage of the UM Alumni Marching Band and the Marching Band performing at half-time of a football game, shots of the crowd in Michigan Stadium and a few football plays.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 580)
 
President Fleming's Resignation 1977 ([851831-AF-465])
(Footage of UM President Robben Fleming's resignation announcement. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Sally Fleming)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil; sot, 410; 450; 450)
 
Amaizin' Blues 1977 ([851831-AF-466-a])
(UM choral group performs a number of "Michigan" songs. Features: Amaizin' Blues)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 400; 400)
 
Amaizin' Blues 1977 ([851831-AF-466-b])
(UM choral group performs a medley of Michigan songs. (Filmed for the Alumni Association film "We Came to Ann Arbor.")Features: Amaizin' Blues)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; wp; pos, col; col; col, sil; sil; sil, 250; 150; 400)
 
Alumni Film 1977 ([851831-AF-467-a])
(Film footage of still photos of early UM athletic teams, coaches and athletic events. (Filmed for the Alumni Association film "We Came to Ann Arbor.))
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 640)
 
Alumni Film 1977 ([851831-AF-467-b])
(Film footage of still photos of campus events and personalities from the early 1900s and of campus artifacts such as athletic programs, and dance posters.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil, 900)
 
Alumni Film 1977 ([851831-AF-468-a])
(Footage of interviews with UM alumni who have returned to campus for graduation, shots of various campus scenes, the Union, Ferry Field, graduates with their parents. (Filmed for Alumni Association film "We Came to Ann Arbor.))
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 800; 800)
 
Alumni Film 1977 ([851831-AF-468-b])
(Additional footage of interviews with alumni at various spots around campus.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 300; 300)
 
Football Crowds 1977 ([851831-AF-469])
(Close-up and pan shots of football fans in Michigan Stadium.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 115; 115)
 
Engineering Fund Raising ([851831-AF-470])
(Footage from the College of Engineering fund raising broadcast includes a variety of shots of campus particularly of Engineering Arch and North Campus engineering facilities, engineering labs, classrooms, and faculty. Pres. Fleming speaks from NC. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 630)
 
Profs Copywork ([851831-AF-471])
(Film footage of still photographs of many UM professors, campus scenes, fraternity houses, and campus social events. (Apparently for the Alumni Association film "We Came to Ann Arbor," most photos are b/w.))
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil)
 
Campus Buildings ([851831-AF-472])
(Footage of several campus buildings including an Art School studio, a chemistry lab, and a Dental School lab. Also shot of Prof. Robert Angell standing in front of Angell Hall and of a theatre class rehearsing.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; pos, col; col, sil; sil, 183; 190)
 
Carillon Bells circa 1976 ([851831-AF-473])
(Film of the arrival from England of the new set of bells for the Baird Carillon, shows the bells being picked up at the Detroit harbor, transported to Ann Arbor and installed in Burton Tower.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; col, sil, 400)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 00:11:51)
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Student Relations, Student Housing 1969 ([851831-AF-473-a])
(Footage showing a variety of student housing: university married student apartments, single dwellings, apartments, a fraternity house (Dental School Fraternity,) sorority house, student dorms.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Michigan Union 50th Anniversary 1954 ([851831-AF-474])
(Film of dedication of new addition to Michigan Union on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Union's founding, footage of Union activities and facilities including the swimming pool, bowling alley, study areas, main desk, and sleeping rooms.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 299, 00:08:22)
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Men's Gymnastics ([851831-AF-475])
(Footage of UM mens gymnastics team in competition at Crisler Arena. (1970s?))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 750)
 
Regents 1 circa 1961 ([851831-AF-476])
(A filmed tour of the TVC studios with explanations of equipment, facilities, and the working of the studio. Apparently produced for presentation to the UM Board of Regents to demonstrate the work of the TVC.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof; sot, 500; 500)
 
Regents 2 circa 1961 ([851831-AF-477])
(Short clips from a number of University of Michigan Television Center programs broadcast in the previous several years. Apparently compiled for presentation to the UM Board of Regent's.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof; sot, 500; 500)
 
Peace Corps 20th Anniversary 1980 ([851831-AF-478-a])
(Footage of a ceremony held on the steps of the Michigan Union marking the 20th anniversary of Pres. Kennedy's announcement of his plan for the Peace Corps.)
 
Peace Corps 20th Anniversary 1980 ([851831-AF-478-a])
(Footage of a ceremony held on the steps of the Michigan Union marking the 20th anniversary of Pres. Kennedy's announcement of his plan for the Peace Corps. Includes remarks by former director Sargent Shriver, Edmund Muskie, Sam Brown and others. Features: Harold Shapiro UM-Pres.; Richard Celeste)
 
Original: [missing]
 
Peace Corps 20th Anniversary 1980 ([851831-AF-478-b])
(Continues coverage of ceremony marking 20th anniversary of the Peace Corps. Includes remarks by Sargent Shriver, Richard Celeste, and Yolanda King. Features: Sargent Shriver; Richard Celeste; Yolanda King; G. Mennen Williams)
 
Original: (u-matic, pos, color, sound, 14:30)
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Peace Corps 20th Anniversary 1980 ([851831-AF-478-c])
(Continues coverage of ceremony marking 20th anniversary of the Peace Corps. Includes remarks by Sargent Shriver, Richard Celeste, and current director Sam Brown. Features: Sargent Shriver; Richard Celeste; Sam Brown)
 
Original: (u-matic, pos, color, sound, 00:16:44)
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Peace Corps 20th Anniversary 1980 ([851831-AF-478-d])
(Continues coverage of ceremony marking 20th anniversary of the Peace Corps. Includes remarks by UM regent Sarah Power and Sec. of State Edmund Muskie. Features: Sarah Power, UM-Regent; Edmund Muskie)
 
Original: (u-matic, pos, color, sound, 00:14:48)
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Peace Corps 20th Anniversary 1980 ([851831-AF-478-e])
(Continues coverage of ceremony marking 20th anniversary of the Peace Corps. Includes conclusion of Sec. of State Edmund Muskie's remarks and an exchange with protesters, and Pres. Shapiro's closing statement. Features: Edmund Muskie; Harold Shapiro, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (u-matic, pos, color, sound, 00:10:02)
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Maggie Kuhn / Ralph Nader Interview on Co-ops 1979 ([851831-AF-479-a])
(Maggie Kuhn, leader of the "Grey Panthers" and an advocate of the cooperative movement discusses the philosophy of cooperative living and economic institutions and the cooperative movement's relation to consumerism and other social movements. Features: Maggie Kuhn)
 
Original: (u-matic, pos, color, sound, 22:13)
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Maggie Kuhn / Ralph Nader Interview on Co-ops 1979 ([851831-AF-479-b])
(Conclusion of Kuhn interview and interview with consumer advocate Ralph Nader on the role of consumer and other cooperative organizations. Features: Maggie Huhn; Ralph Nader)
 
Original: (u-matic, pos, color, sound, 15:50)
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Shapiro Inauguration 1979 ([851831-AF-480-a])
(Footage of the inaugural ceremony of UM President Harold Shapiro. Includes procession into Hill Aud., introduction of regents and former presidents, remarks by Hanna Gray, Irving Shain, and representatives of UM faculty, students and alumni. Features: Hanna Gray; Irving Shain; Richard Cochran, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (u-matic, col, sound, 00:55:00)
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Shapiro Inauguration 1980 ([851831-AF-480-b])
(This tape of the inauguration of UM Pres. Harold Shapiro duplicates #480a but also includes the remarks of Saul Hymans of the UM Economics Dept. Features: Saul Hymans, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (u-matic, col, sound, 00:51:43)
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Fleming Dinner 1979
 
Fleming Dinner 1979 ([851831-AF-481-a])
(Footage of a farewell banquet for UM former president Robben Fleming and Sally Fleming, includes remarks by UM regents Sarah Power and Dean Baker and former Chrysler president Lynn Townsend. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Sarah Power, UM-Regent; Dean Baker, UM-Regent; Lynn Townsend)
 
Original: (u-matic, color, sound, 00:16:49)
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Fleming Dinner 1979 ([851831-AF-481-b])
(Continues footage of a farewell banquet for former UM Pres. Robben Fleming and Sally Fleming, includes remarks by UM regent Sarah Power, Robben Fleming, and Sally Fleming. Features: Sarah Power, UM-Regent; Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Sally Fleming)
 
Original: (u-matic, color, sound, 00:10:18)
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Fleming Dinner 1979 ([851831-AF-481-c])
(Continues footage of farewell banquet for former UM president robben Fleming and Sally Fleming, includes remarks by Robben Fleming. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (u-matic tape, [unable to digitize])
 
Regents' Meeting / Shapiro Appointment 1979 ([851831-AF-482-a])
(Footage of special regents' meeting to announce the appointment of Harold Shapiro as new UM president. Regent Nederlander discusses the selection process and other regents comment. (Most of the time camera is on Shapiro while regents speak.)Features: Robert Nederlander, UM-Regent; Harold Shapiro, UM-Pres., Allan Smith, UM-Law)
 
Original: (u-matic, [unable to digitize])
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Regents' Meeting / Shapiro Appointment 1979 ([851831-AF-482-b])
(Continues coverage of a special regents' meeting announcing appointment of Harold Shapiro as new UM president. Includes comments by interim president Allan Smith and Shapiro. Features: Allan Smith, UM-Law; Harold Shapiro, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (u-matic, color, sound, 00:12:44)
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Regents' Meeting / Shapiro Appointment 1979 ([851831-AF-482-c])
(Continues coverage of a special regents' meeting announcing appointment of Harold Shapiro as new UM president. Includes a statement by Shapiro, introduction of Shapiro's family, and a brief interview with Shapiro. Features: Harold Shapiro, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (u-matic, color, sound, 00:15:01)
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Flint Humanities Conference ([851831-AF-483-a])
 
Flint Humanities Conference ([851831-AF-483-a])
(Footage of a Conference on Work and Leisure in Flint sponsored by UM-Flint and the Michigan Council for the Humanities. Includes opening remarks and talk by Al Rightly, former UAW official.)
 
Original: (u-matic tape, color, sof, 60:00)
 
Flint Humanities Conference ([851831-AF-483-b])
(Continues coverage of the Conference on Work and Leisure in Flint.)
 
Original: (u-matic tape, color, sof, 60:00)
 
Flint Humanities Conference ([851831-AF-483-c])
(Continues coverage of Conference on Work and Leisure in Flint.)
 
Original: (u-matic tape, color, sof, 60:00)
 
Flint Humanities Conference ([851831-AF-483-d])
(Continues coverage of Conference on Work and Leisure in Flint.)
 
Original: (u-matic tape, color, sof, 60:00)
 
Flint Humanities Conference ([851831-AF-483-e])
(Continues coverage of Conference on Work and Leisure in Flint, including address by Dr. Rollo May. Features: Rollo May)
 
Original: (u-matic tape, color, sof, 60:00)
 
Flint Humanities Conference ([851831-AF-483-f])
(Continues coverage of Conference on Work and Leisure in Flint, includes conclusion of address by Rollo May and discussion. Features: Rollo May)
 
Original: (u-matic tape, color, sof, 60:00)
 
Fleming's Resignation 1978
 
Fleming's Resignation 1978 ([851831-AF-484-a])
(Highlights of Robben Fleming's statement announcing his resignation as president of the University of Michigan and excerpts from the following press conference. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (u-matic, color, sound, 00:20:07)
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Fleming's Resignation 1978 ([851831-AF-484-b])
(Complete footage of Robben Fleming's statement announcing his resignation as president of the University of Michigan and statements by members of the Board of Regents. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (u-matic, color, sound, 00:16:39)
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Fleming's Resignation 1978 ([851831-AF-484-c])
(Continues coverage of Robben Fleming's resignation as president of the University of Michigan, includes statements by members of the Board of Regents. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (u-matic, color, sound, 00:10:18)
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Fleming's Resignation 1978 ([851831-AF-484-d])
(Continues coverage of Flemings resignation as president of the University of Michigan, includes a press conference held by Fleming. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (u-matic, color, sound, 00:11:06)
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Center for Chinese Studies ([851831-AF-485])
(A short feature on "the small white house" that is the home of the University of Michigan's Center for Chinese Studies, explains the history and role of the Center and the contributions of UM faculty to development of US-China relations. Features: Allen Whiting)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof, 3:00)
 
Great Lakes ([851831-AF-486])
(Apparently filmed for TVC programs on the Great Lakes, 27 tapes consist of raw footage of a variety of scenes of commercial and recreational use of the lakes, scientific studies of marine life and pollution problems. Includes some interviews.)
 
Original: (u-matic tape, col, sound, ca. 20:00 per tape)
 
Pigeon River ([851831-AF-487])
(Twelve 30-minute tapes of scenes in and around Pigeon River Country State Forest. Includes shots of the forest, wildlife, park facilities, foresters working, and footage shot along the Pigeon River.)
 
Original: (12 u-matic tapes, col, sil, ca. 30:00 per tape)
 
Ann Arbor - Dexter Run 1978 ([851831-AF-488])
(Six tapes of footage of the 1978 race from Dexter to Ann Arbor.)
 
Original: (U-matic tape col, sil)
 
University Hospital / Simpson Memorial 1978 ([851831-AF-489])
(Brief footage of the facades and entrances of University Hospital and the Simpson Memorial Institute for Medical Research at the University of Michigan.)
 
Original: (u-matic tape, pos, col, sil, 3:00)
 
NBC Nightly News Spot ([851831-AF-490])
(A NBC special report by Dick Schaap on how athletics and academics coexist at the University of Michigan.)
 
Original: (u-matic tape)
 
Shapiro Interview 1980
 
Shapiro Interview 1980 ([851831-AF-491-a])
(Hazen Schumacher interviews newly inaugurated UM President Harold Shapiro who discusses his views on the relationship of the university administration to the faculty and the student body and his goals for the university. Features: Harold Shapiro, UM-Pres.; Hazen Schumacher, UM-TVC)
 
Original: (u-matic, color, sound, 28:07)
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Shapiro Interview 1980 ([851831-AF-491-b])
(Shapiro discusses the development of the UM-Flint Campus and the role WFUM-TV, the university's public television station, can play in forming bonds between the campus and the Flint community. Features: Harold Shapiro, UM-Pres.; Hazen Schumacher, UM-TVC)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof, 6:30)
 
Original: (u-matic, color, sound, 5:44)
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Prof. Alfred Meyer on the Lecture ([851831-AF-492])
(UM political science professor Alfred Meyer is filmed lecturing a class on the role of the lecture in the educational process and the techniques of effective lecturing. Features: Alfred Meyer, UM-Pol. Sci.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof, 40:00)
 
Basketballs Practice 1977 1977 ([851831-AF-493])
(Short film of UM basketball team at practice in Crisler Arena.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 90)
 
President's Donation circa 1977 ([851831-AF-494])
(Footage of Robben Fleming in front of Burton Tower in film to kickoff the UM United Way Fund Drive. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sill; at, 334)
 
Ford Lemmler's Last Day 1978 ([851831-AF-495])
(Footage of a luncheon for Ford Lemmler, longtime head of the UM Audio-Visual Education Center, on his last day of work, includes shots of many members of AVEC staff. Features: Ford Lemmler, UM-AVEC)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 400)
 
Football Highlights 1977 1977 ([851831-AF-497])
(Highlights from University of Michigan football games in 1977. (A total of 14 films on cores, total length is approximately 1000 feet.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 1000)
 
South Pole circa 1963 ([851831-AF-498])
(Footage of Antarctica shot by TVC crew for program "Man and Continent 7" includes aerial shots of Antarctic landscape, scenes of the camp at Murdoch Bay, and a shot of a UM flag flying near the South Pole.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 335)
 
Varsity Night circa 1957 ([851831-AF-499-a])
(Footage of the "Varsity Night" celebration in Hill Auditorium before the Ohio State football game, includes comments by Wallie Webber, performances by the UM Band, and a trampoline act. (See also Series S "Varsity Night Highlights."Features: Walter Webber; Dick Kimball, Don Cole)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 419, 00:11:41)
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Varsity Night circa 1957 ([851831-AF-499-b])
(Continues footage of the "Varsity Night" activities, includes a trampoline comedy routine and performances by various UM bands and orchestras.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 441, 00:12:24)
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Varsity Night circa 1957 ([851831-AF-499-c])
(Continues footage of the "Varsity Night" activities, includes performances by the UM Band a singer, and a student "playing his hands.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 475, 00:13:17)
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Richard Hunt ([851831-AF-500-a-c])
(Footage of sculptor Richard Hunt at work in his Chicago studio constructing sculptures for Bentley Library courtyard, installation of Hunt's sculptures in the courtyard of the Bentley Library, .Footage of Hunt's studio and the arrival and installation of sculptures at Bentley Library (3 originals combined in one reel). Features: Richard Hunt)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 989, 00:27:32)
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University of Michigan Campus circa 1956 ([851831-AF-501])
(Narrated film on the expansion of the UM campus uses historical photographs and current film footage, includes shots of central campus buildings and north campus labs and construction sites. Apparently a promotional film for the Engineering College.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sof, 230)
 
Campus Buildings circa 1976 ([851831-AF-502-a])
(Film footage of campus and Ann Arbor buildings including UM dormitories, University Hospital, the Observatory, the Pretzel Bell, Metzgers, Blue Front, and street scenes.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 700)
 
Campus Buildings circa 1976 ([851831-AF-502-b])
(Film footage of campus buildings including the Power Center, Art and Architecture, Business Administration, South Quad, West Quad, Bentley Library, Fraternity Houses, Law Quad, Music School, Bursely dormitory, the Diag, and Ann Arbor train station.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 720)
 
Towsley Center Dedication ([851831-AF-503])
(Original printing materials for a program on the dedication of the Towsley Center for Continuing Medical Education. (Includes A and B rolls and B-wind sound track.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Engineering Recruiting Film ([851831-AF-504-a])
 
Engineering Recruiting Film ([851831-AF-504-a])
(Original footage filmed for use in the Engineering College recruiting film includes footage of the Engineering College's electric car, the Aerospace Dept. airplane, and classroom scenes.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Engineering Recruiting Film ([851831-AF-504-b])
(Footage of an engineering student using an electron scanning microscope.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 150)
 
Engineering Recruiting Film ([851831-AF-504-c])
(Original footage of campus building includes aerial of campus and shots of Engineering Arch, East Engineering, the diag, Rackham Building, the Law Quad, and North campus Engineering Buildings.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 525)
 
Engineering Recruiting Film ([851831-AF-504-d])
(Footage of the UM engineering students and professor working on the UM electric car, students working in the UM automotive lab, students and staff working in various Engineering offices and professors working at a computer.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 640)
 
Engineering Recruiting Film ([851831-AF-504-e])
(Footage of engineering students studying, in class, and working in laboratories.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 630)
 
Johnny Orr Profile ([851831-AF-506])
(Footage of an interview with UM basketball coach Johnny Orr, filmed in his office, at a team practice and at his home with his family. Also brief clips of UM women's basketball, gymnastics and swimming team during practices. Features: Johnny Orr, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil; sot, 180; 180)
 
Up From Paradise 1974 ([851831-AF-507-a])
(Original film footage of scenes from the premier performance of Arthur Miller's play "Up From Paradise" at the Power Center. Miller appears briefly at beginning of film. (Some footage is quite dark.)Features: Arthur Miller)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 00:11:05)
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Up From Paradise 1974 ([851831-AF-507-b])
(Footage of the opening night crowd in the lobby of the Power Center for Arthur Miller's play "Up From Paradise.")
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 110)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, sil, 00:02:56)
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Peace Corps circa 1966 ([851831-AF-508])
(Film of dedication of a plaque marking fifth anniversary of the Peace Corps and honoring volunteers and parts of a talk on the Peace Corps in Michigan Union Ballroom. (Partial sound.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof,65, 00:01:32)
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Peace Corps Announcement ([851831-AF-509])
(Film footage of still photographs of John Kennedy on steps of Michigan Union announcing plans for creation of a Peace Corps.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; wp, b/w; b/w, sil; sil, 90; 70)
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Rocket Launch ([851831-AF-510])
(Footage of a rocket launch from site in Northern Michigan on shore of Lake Superior, NASA and Goddard Space Center trucks with data recording equipment and computers. (Film from station WLUC, Marquette, Mich.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 112, 00:03:11)
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Med. Sci. and Chemistry ([851831-AF-511])
(Original, unedited footage of the Medical Science Building and laboratories and the Chemistry Building and laboratories. (One-inch tape no. 619.))
 
Original: (2-inch video)
 
Peter "Madcat" Ruth ([851831-AF-512])
(Unedited, original footage of an interview with Ann Arbor harmonica virtuoso Peter "Madcat" Ruth. (One-inch videotape no. 620.)Features: Peter "Madcat" Ruth)
 
Original: (2-inch video)
 
UM-Flint Promo ([851831-AF-513])
(Footage for a recruiting tape for the University of Michigan-Flint. (Two one-inch tapes, nos. 624, 638.))
 
Original: (2-inch video)
 
Project Vesiac circa 1964 ([851831-AF-514])
(Assorted footage of activities related to Project Vesiac, apparently an international geologic project. Includes a number of reels, b/w and color, approximately 1400 feet, footage of seismic tests and data recording equipment.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; pos, b/w; col, sil; sil, 400; 1000)
 
Tea With the President circa 1969 ([851831-AF-515])
(Speech class production, footage of a tea with UM President Robben Fleming. (Two-inch tape no. 645.))
 
Original: (2-inch video)
 
You and the University circa 1970 ([851831-AF-516])
(An orientation film for new University of Michigan employees, Pres. Fleming welcomes them to the staff and Henry Austin outlines U of M employment procedures and benefits. Features: Robben Fleming, UM-Pres.; Henry Austin)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 600)
 
Men Who Teach / Abraham Kaplan ([851831-AF-517])
(Eleven cans of raw footage, apparently produced for an NET program on noted educators, features UM prof. Abraham Kaplan. Includes shots of Kaplan lecturing, leading discussion, and being interviewed, also shots of campus and Ann Arbor scenes. Features: Abraham Kaplan, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, Sil, ca. 10000)
 
May Festival Crowd circa 1957 ([851831-AF-518])
(Footage of crowd arriving at Hill Auditorium for a May Festival Concert.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 80, 00:02:16)
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Accent: Peace Corps 1961 ([851831-AF-519])
(Various still shots of Kennedy, possibly to be included in some other film.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 95, 00:02:39)
 
Streaming File: (851831-AF519.flv)
 
Ken Simmons: Indian Club Demonstration 1986 ([851831-AF-520])
(Former UM coach and phys-ed instructor demonstrates use of the "Indian Clubs" as form a calisthenics. Formerly a part of phys-ed routine, sometimes referred to as "Swedish system" of gymnastics or calisthenics. Features: Simmons, Ken, UM-Phys-Ed.)
 
Original: (u-matic tape, color, sil, 14:00 min.)
 
Sesquicentennial #1 ([851831-B-300-a])
(Sesquicentennial films #1-6 contain footage of a variety of special events held in conjunction with the observance of the University of Michigan's sesquicentennial. These films are numbered 300, 307, 315, 316, 317, 320.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Remote sensing research at Willow Run Labs (?) ([851831-AF-525])
 
Original: (16mm film, color, sil, ca 50)
 
Robben Fleming at a news conference (?) ([851831-AF-526])
(Robben Fleming at a news conference (?) and amongst what appear to be students)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, 100)
 
Fire extinguishing demonstration ([851831-AF-527])
(fire extinguishing demonstration, possibly from the Firemanship Training School that the U-M Extension Office and, briefly, the Housing Division, Department of Conferences and Seminars operated on North Campus)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, 527, 100)
 
Campus scenes circa 1950 ([851831-AF-528])
(Campus scenes, sometime between 1949 and 1955, as a sign outside Michigan Stadium lists seating at 97,000; (pos and copy neg))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/3, 528, 100)
 
Harlan Hatcher and Wilbur Pierpont circa 1956 ([851831-AF-529])
((Harlan Hatcher and Wilbur Pierpont ?) and a model of what appears to be North Campus footage from "Decade of Achievement"?);)
 
Original: (16mm, pos, b/w, optical, 50)
 
Unidentified Man talking at a lectern ([851831-AF-530])
(Man talking at a lectern, perhaps in the pre-Fleming Administration Building president's office in what is now the LSA Building)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, optical, 50)
 
UMTRI research ([851831-AF-531])
(researcher (Donald Huelke of UMTRI ?) examining traffic accident photos;)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, silent, 100)
 
Researcher at blackboard discussing injuries from traffic accidents (?); ([851831-AF-532])
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, silent, 100)
 
People painting a mural on an outside wall in cool temperatures ([851831-AF-533])
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, silent, 100)
 
Michigan Marching Band performing in Michigan Stadium ([851831-AF-534])
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, optical, 100)
 
Radio isotope laboratory ([851831-AF-535])
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, silent, 100)
 
Robben Fleming named U-M President 1968 ([851831-AF-536])
(Regent Robert Briggs, President Harlan Hatcher on naming of Robben Fleming as next U-M president)
 
Original: (16m film, pos, color, mag, 50)
 
Polar nephelometer 1956 ([851831-AF-537])
(Polar nephelometer (also known as a "fog sniffer"), may be part of research by the U-M Engineering Research Institute on how to improve visibility on highways in fog, labeled 3/14/56)
 
Original: (, neg, color, silent, 100)
 
U-M-Flint and U-M Dearborn campuses 1978 ([851831-AF-538])
(U-M-Flint and U-M Dearborn campuses shot for an institutional message for a televised football game, Sept. 1976)
 
Original: (16mm, 100, color, silent)
 
Football team leaving for 1950 Rose Bow 1950 ([851831-AF-539])
(Football team leaving for 1950 Rose Bowl, pep rally (?) on steps of Michigan Union)
 
Original: (, pos, b/w, silent, 100)
 
U-M Marching 1977 ([851831-AF-540])
(U-M Marching Band practicing in snow on Elbel Field prior to the 1977 Rose Bow)
 
Original: (16mm, pos, color, silent, 100)
 
Phoenix Project Report, lab shots 1956 ([851831-AF-541])
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, silent, 100)
 
Unidentified ([851831-AF-542])
(unidentified optical sound track (subject not labeled))
 
Original: (16mm film, optical, 30)
 
Undergrad Library dedication 1958 ([851831-AF-543])
(Undergrad Library dedication, 2-21-58)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, silent, 100)
 
Unidentified man at microphone ([851831-AF-544])
(Man at a table reading into a microphone in front of him, subject not indicated)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, mag, 100)
 
Unidentified ([851831-AF-545])
(unidentified, first several yards show a toddler, man on a motorcycle)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, silent, 100)
 
UMTRI crash tests with dummies ([851831-AF-546])
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 400)
 
U-M-Flint riverfront campus 1977 ([851831-AF-547])
(U-M-Flint riverfront campus (summer, fall 1977)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 300)
 
Willow Run airport, c. 1961 1961 ([851831-AF-548])
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, silent, 400)
 
Willow Run #1 (original) ([851831-AF-549-1])
(Willow Run #1 (original))
 
Original: (16mm, pos, color rev, silent, 400)
 
Willow Run #2 (original) ([851831-AF-549-2])
(Willow Run #2 (original))
 
Original: (16mm, pos, color rev, silent, 333)
 
Willow Run #2 original (6/9/71) 1971 ([851831-AF-550])
(Willow Run #2 original (6/9/71))
 
Original: (15mm film, pos, color rev, silent, 250)
 
Willow Run #2 work print (6/9/71) 1971 ([851831-AF-551])
(Willow Run #2 work print (6/9/71))
 
Original: (15mm film, pos, color rev, silent, 250)
 
Men's Glee Club 1876 ([851831-AF-552])
(Work print outs from a 30 second promotional film of the Men's Glee Club, April 1976)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 150)
 
Methods of Counting(?) ([851831-AF-553])
(optical sound feature, perhaps on means of counting;)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, silent, 75)
 
Daedalus installation 1977 ([851831-AF-554])
(Daedalus installation outside Museum of Art (summer 1977), dance performance near Burton Tower (July 1977);)
 
Original: (, pos, color, silent, 400)
 
Biological Station at Douglas ([851831-AF-555])
(Biological Station at Douglas, in winter, ca. 1975-1982? (workprint and out-takes)
 
Original: (16m film)
 
Marching Band - United Way(?) ([851831--556])
(U-M/Missouri football game from late 1960s or early 1970s, marked "United Way" (perhaps the subject of the half time band presentation, which apparently comprises much of the film) (film and separate mag sound reel))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 500)
 
UM Extension Service ([851831-AF-557])
(Original film shot for public service films on the U-M Extension Service, including (according to note with the films) campus scenes, traveling in parts of Michigan, art fairs, parks, lecturer, independent study, fire training, real estate certificate program, teacher in classroom, community colleges, Extension Service News, miscellaneous extension brochures, Rackham Symphony Choir (4 reels))
 
Original: (, pos, color, silent)
 
Convocation (1950s ([851831-AF-558])
(Convocation (1950s?) 2 reels)
 
Original: (16mm, pos, b/w, silent, 200)
 
"Community Service" 1977 ([851831-AF-559])
("Community Service" Original and work print film shot for WWJ-TV to use at half times of televised U-M basketball games, Jan. 1977 (4 reels on cores in a film can, silent and magnetic strip sound, color))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color)
 
Surveys of Consumer reports 1975-1977 ([851831-AF-560])
(Surveys of Consumer Directors Jay Schmiedeskamp and Richard Curtin report on the surveys results, 1975-1977 (Curtin became director in 1976), films copied and distributed to regional TV stations (5? films on one core))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, mag, 500)
 
"Games" ([851831-AF-561])
("Games" Film shot for a public service message on gaming research at the U-M; (originals, workprints and mag sound reel))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, mag)
 
"The Michigan Engineer" ([851831-AF-562])
 
Original: (2 copies (16m film, pos, color, optical, 800))
 
Series FF, Film File [series]
 
Williams, G. Mennen ([851831-FFA-1])
(Footage of a Gov. Williams' press conference, he discusses the impact of a growing population of older citizens and the importance of developing training programs for the aged. Features: G. Mennen Williams)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind.), pos, b/w, sof, 150)
 
Michifish ([851831-FF-2])
(Various shots of synchronized swimming by UM swimming group. (B-wind rev.)Features: Michifish)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 78)
 
Soap Box Derby ([851831-FF-3])
(Film of a UM student soap box derby competition. (B-wind rev.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 100)
 
North Campus, Early Construction, 1953 1953 ([851831-FF-4])
(Shots of various building sites on North Campus, includes clearing of land, road construction, excavating, and shots V.A. Hospital and Phoenix Memorial Laboratory Building.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind rev), wp, b/w, sil, 156)
 
Akihito (Japanese Crown Prince) Visits U-M ([851831-FF-5])
(Footage of the Japanese Crown Prince's visit to UM Campus, possibly for dedication of the UM Japan Center. Includes shots of motorcade, Akihito walking with Pres. Hatcher, signing book at an exhibition, greeting people. Features: Akihito, Japanese Crown Prince, ;Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind rev.), wp, b/w, sil, 65)
 
Engineering College Centennial ([851831-FF-6])
(Various events filmed during College of Engineering Centennial. Shots of dignitaries in Hill Auditorium, Charles Wilson addressing crowd, robed dignitaries, Wilson receives degree from Pres. Hatcher. Features: Charles Wilson, Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, (B-wind rev., needs repair) wp, b/w, sil, 45)
 
Cooley Laboratory Dedication ([851831-FF-7])
(Address given at dedication of Cooley Laboratory. Ribbon cutting at doors is filmed.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 14)
 
Old Cars Parade (Ann Arbor) ([851831-FF-8])
(Series of shots of old cars, parked on campus, and being driven, some engines are shown, ladies in costume, Close-up of sign "Veteran Motor Car Club of America", parade.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 85)
 
ROTC Award to Prof. Carter ([851831-FF-9])
(Footage of the UM ROTC marching band at Ferry Field, Prof. Carter and officers review the band. Features: Prof. Carter)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 37)
 
Pres. Hatcher & Regents at Willow Run 1954 ([851831-FF-10])
(Various shots of Pres. Hatcher and Regents on runway near plane before they leave for the Philippines. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 24)
 
Haile Selassie Visits U of M ([851831-FF-11])
(Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, is filmed in academic gown, on stage in Rackham Lecture Hall, at a reception, on tour of campus, and at a dinner. Features: Haile Selassie)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 61)
 
Physical Anthropologist at Work ([851831-FF-13])
(Footage of an anthropologist working in lab, grinding up long bone and mixing it in test tube. (64'), also measuring skull and demonstrating various measurements and the tools used.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 102)
 
UM TV Moving into 310 Maynard, 1953 1953 ([851831-FF-16])
(Various shots of construction work at studio, moving in camera and cables, lights, moving into studio with views of interiors. Interior views of equipment, studio party, inside control room. (B-wind, rev))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 119)
 
U Nu Visits U-M ([851831-FF-17])
(Film of Burmese leader U Nu on visit to UM, includes shots of U Nu and Pres. Hatcher in front of the Clements Library and at the President's House. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres., U Nu)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 11)
 
Mason-Haven Halls Dedication 1952 ([851831-FF-18-a])
(Academic Procession.; Footage from the dedication of Haven Hall and Mason Hall, Pres. Hatcher leading the academic procession past Haven and into Mason, close-ups of the UM mace-holder and several faculty members. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 44)
 
Mason-Haven Halls Dedication 1952 ([851831-FF-18-b])
(Footage of the unveiling of a plaque in Mason Hall by Hatcher and a student, shots of assorted robed faculty and administration, Pres. Hatcher leaving after ceremonies. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres., UM Faculty, UM Administrators)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 235)
 
Japanese Center Dedication-U of M ([851831-FF-19-a])
(Footage from ceremony dedicating UM Japan Center, includes shots of speakers and exhibits.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 245)
 
Japanese Center Dedication-U of M ([851831-FF-19-b])
(Additional footage from Japan Center dedication, includes shots of displays, the Japanese room, close-ups of dolls, and Japanese flower arrangements.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 100)
 
MTV-Pre 1953 ([851831-FF-20])
(Footage of early UM Television Center productions for broadcast on WWJ-TV, shots of rehearsals, a take of variety show, interviews, a play, and Professor Eldersveld lecturing. Features: Samuel Eldersveld, UM-Pol. Sci.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 472)
 
Women's Pool Dedication ([851831-FF-21])
(Footage from the dedication of the new women's swimming pool, includes shots of the exterior of the building, women swimming and playing water polo, the Michifish synchronized swim club, and Harlan Hatcher doing the dedication. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Michifish)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind, rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 186)
 
Fire College (1954-1955) ([851831-FF-22])
(Footage taken at the UM Fire College, includes shots of demonstrations on handling a gas truck fire.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind, rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 125)
 
Electron Microscope ([851831-FF-23])
(Footage of a UM scientist using an electron microscope.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 55)
 
Civil Defense Building Dedication, March, 1959 1959 ([851831-FF-24])
(Film from dedication of the Civil Defense Building, various exterior shots of the building.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 56;56)
 
Civil Defense Building Dedication, March, 1959 1959 ([851831-FF-24-a])
(Various shots of Dedication of Civil Defense Building, President Hatcher and audience, various speakers, crowd. Also shown are dorm facilities, office, classroom, kitchen, truck, and garage. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 105;105)
 
U of M Foundry, Metallurgical Laboratory ([851831-FF-25])
(Footage of equipment and activities at the UM foundry and metallurgical laboratory, including shots of tension test, CU of machine, shots of microscope, polishing process, and the pouring of metals into mold.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind, rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 219)
 
Dearborn Center, June, 1959 1959 ([851831-FF-27])
(Film of the UM Dearborn Center under construction, shots of Fairlane gardens, downtown Dearborn, Ford Motor Co. central administration building.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 207;198)
 
Detroit ([851831-FF-28])
(A small amount of footage of old Detroit, horse and carriage with groom, an old fire house. Most of footage is of modern traffic in downtown Detroit, street signs, angle shots of traffic.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 365)
 
U of M Rocket Research ([851831-FF-30-a])
(Random shots of rockets being launched, in flight, landing. Clips from government film "Prelude to the IGY", transporting missiles, launching large missiles.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 625, 00:20:09)
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Streaming File: (851831-FF30-a.flv)
 
U of M Rocket Research ([851831-FF-30-b])
(Footage of UM[?] rockets being prepared for launching, shots of surrounding equipment and activity. Shots of two unsuccessful launches with rockets exploding in sky, then a successful launch.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind, rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 737, 00:22:00)
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Streaming File: (851831-FF30-b.flv)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-31])
(Footage shot in a German submarine includes shot of control panel, view through the periscope, a torpedo launch, and damage at torpedo target site.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w;b/w, sof, 115)
 
Hiroshima ([851831-FF-32])
(Footage of the ruins of the city of Hiroshima shortly after explosion of the atomic bomb, includes film from plane of bomb being dropped, the explosion, and mushroom clouds, U.S. soldiers in city shortly after blast. (A War Dept. film?))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 200)
 
Atomic Energy Treaty ([851831-FF-33])
(Footage of John McCone chairman of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission and Prof. Yemelyanof, chief of the Russian Atomic Program for Peaceful Purposes, at singing of an agreement on atomic energy.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 40;40)
 
Nagasaki ([851831-FF-34])
(Footage from the film "A Tale of Two Cities," shows destruction of Nagasaki by the atomic bomb.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp,neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 300;300)
 
Albert Einstein, Silent Interview ([851831-FF-35-3])
(Silent footage of interview of Albert Einstein. Features: Albert Einstein)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 26;26)
 
Madame Chiang Kai-Shek ([851831-FF-36])
(Interview of Madame Chiang Kai-Shek shot in UM TV Studio. (3 neg. and 3 workprints, 2 magnetic sound tracks.) Features: Madame Chiang Kai-Shek)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil; sot)
 
Jaques Soustelle ([851831-FF-37])
(Jaques Soustelle, former minister in French cabinet and critic of DeGaulle's Algeria policy, is interviewed in UM studio by Jean Carduner of the UM French Dept. Features: Jaques Soustelle, Jean Carduner, UM-French Dept.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;wp;neg, b/w;b/w;b/w, sof)
 
Fairlane Dedication December 1956 ([851831-FF-38])
(Footage from dedication of Fairlane Mansion at UM Dearborn Center, Pres. Hatcher is filmed at a news conference, also Hatcher engaged in conversation following meeting. (auricon Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 900;900)
 
Fairlane Dedication December 1956 ([851831-FF-38-a])
(Footage from dedication of Fairlane Mansions at UM Dearborn Center, footage is similar though not identical to #38a, shot of Hatcher arriving in UM car. (arriflex.) Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 800;800)
 
View Through Telescope ([851831-FF-39])
(Film shot through telescope at McMath Observatory, shows, in order, a satellite, Saturn, Mars, Moon craters, Saturn, Mars.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
View Through Telescope ([851831-FF-39-a])
(Footage of solar prominences taken through telescope at UM McMath Observatory, at Lake Angelus, Pontiac, Mich.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
Telescopes ([851831-FF-40])
(Footage of the UM radio telescope at McMath Observatory, includes shots of UM, shows William Howard working with knobs and books, close-ups of the telescope, crystal receiver, and parabolic receiver. Features: William Howard)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp;wp;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 760)
 
Telescopes ([851831-FF-40-a])
(Exterior and interior of Mt. Palomar Observatory.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp;wp, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
Telescopes ([851831-FF-40-b])
(Footage of the Leningrad observatory, including some shots of the surrounding area.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
Fountains ([851831-FF-43])
(Various shots of fountains designed by Richard Jennings. Also shots of fountains around Detroit which were not Jenning's designs. (Includes original negative trims, used in TVC production "Sculpture From a Pump" Series B #419.)Features: Richard Jennings)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp;neg;pos;pos, b/w;b/w;b/w;b/w, sil;sil;sil;sil, 204)
 
Atoms for Peace Conference at UM 1955 ([851831-FF-49])
(Footage from the UM Atoms for Peace Conference focusing on the UM Phoenix Project, including shots of Hatcher at luncheon with dignitaries, a model of the Phoenix Lab., construction site, the slave manipulator, and various exhibits. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres., Ralph Sawyer, UM-V.P., H.J.Gomberg, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind, rev.), pos, b/w, sil, 177)
 
Atoms for Peace Conference at UM 1955 ([851831-FF-49-a])
(Footage of participants in the UM sponsored Atoms for Peace Conference, includes shots of many foreign delegates, nuclear laboratory apparatus, and groups touring the labs.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 150)
 
Volcanos ([851831-FF-51])
(Footage of an eruption of Hawaii's Mt. Kilaueau, shots of volcano erupting, lava being shot into air, lava flowing down the mountain, the existing lava fields, and molten lava streaming into the ocean.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;pos, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 307;307)
 
Soviet Agriculture ([851831-FF-52])
(A U.S. Dept. of Agriculture film on Soviet agriculture apparently filmed on a tour of Russia, includes shots of rural countryside, farmers using modern and traditional machines and techniques, an agricultural fair, a farming village and city scenes.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;pos, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 490;215)
 
Football Weekend in Ann Arbor
(Original footage shot for the film "Football Weekend in Ann Arbor")
 
Football Weekend in Ann Arbor ([851831-FF-53-a])
(Original footage shot for the film "Football Weekend in Ann Arbor", includes shots outside stadium, pre-game ceremonies, cheerleaders, band playing, stadium crowd, cars parked outside the stadium. Shots of St. Mary's Chapel, St. Andrews Church features: Cheerleaders, Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil)
 
Football Weekend in Ann Arbor ([851831-FF-53-b])
(Shots of band in formations in stadium, crowd shots, cheerleaders, crowd leaving stadium, scoreboard, team coming on the field, football plays, cars and crowd outside stadium leaving, State Street. Short shots of campus, stadium. Features: Cheerleaders, Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, col, sil)
 
Football Weekend in Ann Arbor ([851831-FF-53-c])
(Random short shots, entering stadium, marching band, campus, Burton Tower, game, cheerleaders, cars parking, crowd shots, cleanup crew in empty stadium. Features: Marching Band, Cheerleaders)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil)
 
Football Weekend in Ann Arbor ([851831-FF-53-d])
(Random shots of crowds entering stadium, State St. at night, night shots around town, band on the field, press box, crowd, team on field, Prof. Revelli, Burton Tower, cleaning up post-game, various vendors in stadium, cars, picnic. Features: William D. Revelli, UM-Music, Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, col, sil)
 
Football Weekend in Ann Arbor ([851831-FF-53-e])
(Two part film, UM-Marching Band on the field, pep rally at night. Features: Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sof)
 
Football Weekend in Ann Arbor ([851831-FF-53-f])
(Random shots of homecoming displays, baton twirler on field, homecoming displays under construction at night, pep rally at night. Outside stadium in late Fall, parked cars, band on field, Prof. Revelli, cheerleaders on field, Band Day. Features: Marching Band, William D. Revelli, UM-Music, Cheerleaders)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col, sil)
 
Football Weekend in Ann Arbor ([851831-FF-53-g])
(Random shots of football crowd in stands, band on the field, Little Brown Jug, Coke truck, empty stadium, card section, shots around the stadium, Fritz Crisler, homecoming displays, homecoming displays under construction at night. Features: Marching Band, H.O. "Fritz" Crisler)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, col, sil)
 
Football Weekend in Ann Arbor ([851831-FF-53-h])
(Footage from six football games in Michigan Stadium in 1955-1956. Shots are from the sidelines and press deck, scoreboard cutaways. Games filmed are Michigan State, Army, Northwestern Univ., Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, col)
 
Inquiring Minds
 
Inquiring Minds ([851831-FF-54])
(Chinese Studies.; Professor Crump is filmed teaching a class in Chinese studies. Filmed for Series I, "Inquiring Minds."Features: James I. Crump, UM-Far East Lang.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
Planaria (worms) ([851831-ff-55])
(Various shots of experiments with Planaria. Filmed for the program "Heads and/or Tales" Series B #411.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg;neg, b/w;b/w;b/w, sil;sil;sil)
 
Inquiring Minds ([851831-FF-56])
(Political Science Teaching.; Various shots of Harold Jacobson teaching a political science course re/arms control, and tension between East and West. Filmed for Series I program "Inquiring Minds."Features: Harold Jacobson, UM-Pol. Sci.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 600;638)
 
Inquiring Minds ([851831-FF-57])
(Psychology.; Various shots of psychology Richard Cutler in nursery. Filmed for series I program "Inquiring Minds."Features: Richard Cutler, UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 590;1080)
 
Inquiring Minds ([851831-FF-58])
(Art.; Professor Lewis conducting an art class outside the Architecture and Design Building. Filmed for the Series I program "Inquiring Minds."Features: William A. Lewis, UM-Art)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 400;720)
 
Inquiring Minds ([851831-FF-59])
(Mathematics.; Footage of Professor Brumfield teaching a class in new mathematics. Filmed for the Series I program "Inquiring Minds."Features: Professor Brumfield, UM-Mathematics)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;wp;neg, b/w;b/w;b/w, sil;sil;sil, 576;838)
 
Inquiring Minds ([851831-FF-60])
(Zoology.; Professor Rizki teaching a lab in genetics. Filmed for the Series I program "Inquiring Minds."Features: Tahir Rizki, UM-Zool.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 400;554)
 
Inquiring Minds ([851831-FF-61])
(Geography.; Professor Tobler teaching a course in cartography. Filmed for the Series I program "Inquiring Minds."Features: Waldo Tobler, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 470;530)
 
Russia ([851831-FF-62])
(Footage (ca. 1950?) of Russian school children in class, skating, dancing, swimming, doing farm and factory work. (Footage obtained for use in the TVC program "Ivan Goes to School."))
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;pos, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 197;328)
 
Medical Students ([851831-FF-69])
(Shots of medical students in lab, good close-ups of lab equipment, students in lounge and lecture halls.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 156;34)
 
Medical Students ([851831-FF-70])
(Shots of students being enrolled, life on campus--classes, lab work. Students attending seminars and working in the hospital, treating patients.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil)
 
Botanical Gardens ([851831-FF-71])
(Many shots of the University of Michigan Botanical Gardens.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 340)
 
Madam Chiang Kai-Shek ([851831-FF-73])
(Madam Chiang Kai-Shek is filmed arriving at airport, greeted by Pres. Hatcher, in UM Far Eastern library, presented with hood at ceremony, giving a speech, at a reception, on hospital tour. Features: Madam Chiang Kai-Shek, Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 235;235)
 
Hopewell Indian Excavations ([851831-FF-77])
(Random shots of archeologists digging to find remains, discovering pieces of pottery, mud walls, broken bowl, bricks in a pattern. Sketches on the walls. More trench digging. Features: Griffin, James B. UM-Anthro.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; b/w, sil, 900)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 00:26:16)
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Streaming File: (851831-FF77.flv)
 
Centrifuge, Weightlessness Simulation ([851831-FF-78])
(Film produced for the Air Research and Development Command Aerospace Medical Laboratory shows simulations of weightlessness used in astronaut training in a centrifuge machine and on board a airplane in rapid descent.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 1075)
 
Germany
 
Germany ([851831-FF-80-1])
(The group of films titled "Germany" consist of newsreel and documentary type footage acquired by the TVC for use in the Series I program"Germany Today." Film was apparently obtained from the National Archives, the War Dept. and other sources.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-80-2])
(Films include footage of Hitler and other German military and political leaders, war footage, NAZI party rallies, post-war social and industrial conditions, the allied occupation of Germany, the establishment of East German Government)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-80-3])
(post-war political activity in East and West Germany and post-war leaders Konrad Adenauer, Willy Brandt, and Walter Ulbricht. All films are silent and black and white. There may be negatives, work prints, or air prints.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-80-4])
(For more detailed listings of images on each film see the "Film File" card index in box of the Michigan Media collection.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-80-5])
(Footage of Konrad Adenauer, Willy Brandt, members of the West German Bundestag, political rallies, and Charles De Gaulle.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 400;400)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-81])
(Footage includes a NAZI rally, Hitler addressing a crowd and visiting wounded soldiers, and Hitler on board a ship. Also footage of a Japanese naval convoy, Japanese shelling of an island, and Pearl Harbor.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 800;800)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-82])
(Footage of recreational and leisure activities in post-war Germany including, Oktoberfest, card playing, modern dance. Also shots of Heidelberg, German agriculture, housewives at work, and German railroads.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 400;400)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-83])
(Footage of a tank in the streets of Nuremberg, rubble of a battle scarred city, POWs marching, fighting in a city.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 400;400)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-84])
(Footage of U.S. occupation troops, a POW camp, Gen. Lucius Clay, the Berlin airlift, Winston Churchill and Harry Truman at Potsdam Conference, a political rally in Austria, and German industrial facilities.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 900;900)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-85])
(Footage of U.S. and Russian troops, the Berlin blockade, an Edward R. Murrow film clip, Konrad Adenauer at NATO meeting, NATO troops, voting in Rumania, Stalin reviewing troops, and British soldiers.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 900;900)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-86])
(Footage of a German military parade, soldiers being fitted for uniforms and taking oaths, a class of officer candidates, a U.S. army parade.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w; b/w, sil; sil, 400;400)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-87])
(Footage, apparently from an anti-Nazi film, includes shots of Hitler speaking, in a parade, and in a railroad car, concentration camps, Nazi rallies, German soldiers marching, and prisoners being marched off blindfolded.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 371;371)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-88])
(Footage includes shots of meeting of Axis leaders, Hitler greeting dignitaries and reviewing troops, bombed and burning buildings, battles on the eastern and Italian front, and the Berlin airlift.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 1000;1000)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-89])
(Shots of Hitler and Mussolini, Hitler speaking to large crowd, NAZI airplanes in dog fights and on bombing missions, Japanese troops and a naval convoy.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 600;600)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-90])
(Footage of West Berlin factories and power plant, President Roosevelt addressing Congress, and an American NAZI Party meeting.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg;, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 300;300)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-91])
(Footage of the E. German parliament in session, Walter Ulbricht and other E. German communists, Red Army entering Berlin, film of Stalin, Lenin, and Ulbricht, building Berlin Wall, E. German agriculture, Kruschev in East Berlin, and damaged Berlin.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 500;500)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-93])
(Footage of Konrad Adenauer, reconstruction of war damage, and a variety of domestic family scenes.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 300;300)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-94])
(Miscellaneous footage relating to plot to assassinate Hitler, Nazi rallies, funeral of a Nazi leader, Hitler in airplane viewing a bombed out city, Germany's northern defenses, signing of Munich agreement, and occupation of the Sudentenland.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 500;500)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-95])
(Includes a variety of battle and war damage scenes, NAZI army in France, French surrender, Hitler and staff, Mussolini addressing crowd, also shots of Douglas MacArthur at U.S. Army HQ and Pres. Roosevelt at desk, U.S. factories producing war goods.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 1000;1000)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-96])
(Miscellaneous footage of German industry and agriculture, Hamburg harbor, Berlin Wall, Free University of Berlin, student social life, concentration camps, and war refugees.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 700;700)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-97])
(Footage includes Brandenburg Gate, E. German agriculture and industry, signing of European Economic Community pact, Winston Churchill, Harry Truman, John Kennedy in Berlin, Willy Brandt, Konrad Adenauer, 1953 revolt, Berlin parade, and Hitler.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 500;500)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-97])
(Footage of German soldiers and military equipment.)
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-99])
(Footage of end of war celebrations, the Yalta Conference, Postsdam Conference, Harry Truman, Gen. Lucius Clay, Walter Ulbricht, Berlin blockade and airlift, Berlin Wall and Check-Point-Charlie, Russian soldiers in Berlin, and war refugees.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-100])
(Footage of the Berlin Wall and escapes from East Berlin, refugees, a pro-Russian march and demonstration, and East German border guards.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-101])
(Footage depicting the social fabric of Germany includes family scenes, athletic events, industrial activity, street scenes, also Hitler addressing a crowd, refugees, and a bombed out city.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 450;450)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-102])
(Footage of German court scenes, Gestapo police methods, Nuremburg trials, also shot of Gen. Eisenhower.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-103])
(Miscellaneous footage includes Hitler making a speech, post-war political speeches, East German parliament, Walter Ulbricht, and East German military parade.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-104])
(Footage of pre- and post-war German industrial activity, German agriculture, housing and commercial developments, workers leaving a factory, war refugees, and soldiers marching along country road.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-105])
(Miscellaneous footage of German education, students, classroom scenes, and a school trip to the Berlin Wall.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-106])
(Footage of a NAZI parade, soldiers leading civilians away, Hitler, concentration camps, Hitler and staff meeting, invasion of Poland, refugees fleeing, Yalta Conference, German army in France, invasion of Czechoslovakia, and the bombing of Berlin.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w;b/w, sil)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-107])
(Miscellaneous footage depicting German education, Berlin Wall, and German children at play.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 900;900)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-152])
(Footage of sculptor Bernard Hellinger and his art institute, officials of U.S., France, and Great Britain at meeting discussing reunification of Germany, NATO troops, and miscellaneous scenes of vacation spots for West Germans.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-158])
(Miscellaneous footage of sports competition, Chancellor Adenauer campaigning, election speeches, and voting. Also shots of Sandburg, a south German town untouched by the war.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-159])
(Footage depicting post-war German industry, scenes of large chemical factory and workers, scenes of workers filling the streets after Adenauer wins election.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
American Indians ([851831-FF-108])
(Films #108-117 were filmed for TVC program "Silent Heritage." They include footage of interviews with American Indian leaders, scenes from reservation communities, and traditional crafts. (See card files of Michigan Media for detailed description.)Features: Clyde Warrior, Edison Realbird, George Heron, Herb Blatchford)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
American Indians (Uncertain Future) ([851831-FF-117])
(Footage filmed for the Series I program "Silent Heritage." Includes clips of Pres. Johnson speaking, several Indian tribal leaders, Indian people working in a basket factory, and Indian Affairs Commissioner Robert C. Bennett. Features: Lyndon Johnson, Pres., Clyde Warrior, Blatchford, E. Realbird, G.Heron, R.Nakai, Bennett, Indian Commissioner)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 800)
 
Ann Arbor Scenes ([851831-FF-118])
(Miscellaneous footage of Ann Arbor scenes including shots of children playing football in a park, crowd heading toward Stadium, people at a pre-game picnic. Shots of Bell Tower, Angell Hall, people entering a church, Kelsey Museum. (Color original.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 500)
 
Underwater Research ([851831-FF-119-a])
(Underwater footage of marine life on ocean bottom and coral reef, good shots of jelly-fish, filmed by cameraman in scuba gear.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 300;300)
 
Underwater Research ([851831-FF-119-b])
(Film produced by Westinghouse Undersea Division showing a Westinghouse mini-submarine used in ocean floor research, exterior shots of sub on ocean floor, interior shots of scientists working in sub, sub being launched from a ship.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 370;370)
 
Russia ([851831-FF-123])
(Footage of people, street scenes and buildings in Moscow and Kiev including women sweeping streets, children in class, Red Square, and Lenin's tomb.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 500)
 
Soviet Union and Its People ([851831-FF-124])
(A U.S. Armed Forces Screen report on Russia and its peoples includes footage of the Russian countryside, city buildings and street scenes, factories, and folk dancing, also war footage from World War II.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 478;525)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-125])
(Japanese Wedding.; Footage of a Japanese wedding ceremony.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 200)
 
Russian Armies ([851831-FF-126])
(Russian Army training film shows various Soviet forces and the training they go through. This is a Russian film with voice over commentary in English. Apparently distributed by the U.S. Army.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 1200;1200)
 
Japan
(These films consist of newsreel and documentary type footage acquired by the TVC for use in a television series about post-war Japan.)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-127-a])
(These films consist of newsreel and documentary type footage acquired by the TVC for use in a television series about post-war Japan. There are many short clips of Japanese and American military and political leaders, war damage, social and cultural)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-127-b])
(life, industry and economic activities, family life, and agriculture. Films were obtained from Japanese National Archives, U.S. War Dept. and other sources. All are silent and black and white. There are negatives, work prints, and air prints.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-127-c])
(For more detailed listing of images on each film see the "Film File" card file in box of the Michigan Media collection.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-127-d])
(Japan at the End of the War.; Includes footage of aerial bombing, prisoners of war, W. Averell Harriman meeting Douglas MacArthur, political rallies and crowd scenes, and shots of U.S. troops and military equipment during occupation. Features: W. Averell Harriman, Douglas MacArthur)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 776)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-128])
(U.S. Soldiers in Japan During the War and Occupation.; Includes some battle scenes in cities and villages, U.S. 1st cavalry in Tokyo, refugees, marching soldiers, soldiers running through village littered with corpses.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 700)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-129])
(Rice Farming in Japan.; Shots of man plowing rice field with water buffalo, rice farming from planting to harvest to grinding and cooking, Japanese dressed in traditional costumes.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 390)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-130])
(Japan During the War.; Includes footage of Japanese soldiers, city scenes, cotton mill, children in school, and religious worship.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 350)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-131])
(Japanese lifestyle, dress, dancing, traditional physical exercises, and homes are depicted in footage from Japanese National Archives. Also shots of aircraft carriers in the Pacific, fighting on land and water.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 1075)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-132])
(Miscellaneous scenes of many political meetings and speeches to large crowds, factory workers, agricultural workers, coal miners, various military scenes, children in school and recreational activities including wrestling, dancing and horse racing.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 1000)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-133])
(Includes footage from a U.S. Army film "Road to Democracy" depicting the smashing of the Japanese war machine and the establishment of a peaceful, constitutional government. Also footage of Japanese life and work under new government.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 1000)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-134])
(Yamadas at Work.; Footage from the Japanese National Archives of industrial and commercial activities including scenes of ships loading and unloading in port, a new ship being launched, and several factories.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 350;350)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-135])
(Suzuki Family.; Footage from Japanese National Archives and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs depicts Japanese family life.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 300;300)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-136])
(The Nuki Buraku School.; Footage from Japan National Archives includes scenes of children in school, family life, farm work, and countryside scenes.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 600;600)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-137])
(Tokyo Family Life.: Miscellaneous footage of Japanese family life and ritual including family meals, drinking and dining at a wedding, shots of woman doing housework, scenes of old and new houses.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 1000)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-138])
(Family working in rice fields, plowing, planting and reaping.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 500)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-139])
(The Nuki Buraku School Wedding.; Scenes before and after a wedding in traditional wedding dress.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 700)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-161])
(Scenes of industrial activity including machinery in a factory, an assembly line, and mining.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 668)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-162])
(Miscellaneous scenes of Japanese and U.S. military, a parade, farming, mining, children in school, native dances, and use of an abacus.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 885)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-163])
(Miscellaneous scenes from Japanese life in post-war Japan including citizens voting, a parade, construction of modern buildings, rice farming, oyster diving, baseball, and city scenes.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 650)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-166])
(U.S. War Department film of U.S. troops landing on Japan, and a variety of war scenes. Also shots of Tokyo.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 985)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-174])
(Miscellaneous scenes of urban life in post-war Japan.)
 
Original: (16mm film, 1000;1000, b/w;b/w, sil;sil)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-175])
(Footage depicts the life of Japanese women as they work alongside men in the fields and the business world.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil, 750)
 
Japan ([851831-FF-200])
(Film about mercury poisoning in two Japanese fishing villages.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Germany ([851831-FF-145])
(Footage from visits to various German cities during celebrations honoring the victims of the June 17, 1953 Berlin revolt. Pres. Heuss presents an award to Thornton Wilder, Konrad Adenauer opens a national garden show.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil)
 
Michigan Football (1926 and 1927) ([851831-FF-153])
(Football and J-Hop scenes. 2 reels, 1 of 1926, and 1 of 1927.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Fritz Crisler ([851831-FF-160])
(Film of UM Athletic Director. Features: H.O. "Fritz" Crisler, UM-Ath., Director)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 800)
 
Russia ([851831-FF-164])
(Footage of buildings, street scenes, countryside, and people in Moscow, Leningrad, Tashkent, Samarkand, and Soviet Georgia.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 1000)
 
Reed City Inserts ([851831-FF-165-a])
(Miscellaneous footage of Reed City, Michigan, filmed for the program "Rx - Reed City" (Series B #616), includes country and city scenes, meetings with the flag displayed, city streets, lovely old homes, downtown scenes. (A roll neg.))
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil)
 
Reed City Inserts ([851831-FF-165-b])
(City, scenes of trees and trains, Reed City Hospital, doctors looking at small slides. (B roll neg.))
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil)
 
Michigan Historical Collection ([851831-FF-167])
(Misc. pieces of film. Dearborn/Ford, Pres. Hatcher, Mr. Dey. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres., Subendra Kumar Dey)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
North Carolina Tutors ([851831-FF-171])
(Sign, "John Chavis--Early 19th Century Free Negro preacher and teacher of both races." Memorial park, people and children.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 230;300)
 
Tuskeegee Tutorial ([851831-FF-172])
(Footage filmed for TVC program on UM - Tuskeegee cooperative program. Shots of rural Alabama scene, young people having classes on lawn, children dancing the Virginia Reel, school bldgs. and homes., Tuskeegee Institute sign. (b/w orig.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 554;450)
 
Phoenix Lab Film ([851831-FF-173-a])
(Footage of various instruments at the UM Phoenix Memorial Nuclear Laboratory.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 200)
 
Phoenix Lab Film ([851831-FF-173-b])
(Exterior shot of Phoenix Memorial Laboratory, footage of men gathered around the cobalt reactor, shots of instruments and apparatus.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 200)
 
Auto Industry and Old Time Racing ([851831-FF-176])
(Scenes from the early days of automobiles, includes old cars, old store fronts, billboard, horse buggies, old car advertisements, international auto race 1921 and 1936.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;neg;wp;wp, b/w;b/w;b/w;b/w, sil;sil;sil;sil)
 
Dr. Christiaan Barnard, Heart Conference ([851831-FF-177])
(Dr. Barnard being interviewed while visiting Michigan. (kinescope neg., card file note says "1/2 hr print rejected for tv use") Features: Dr. Christiaan Barnard)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, 100)
 
Medical Center ([851831-FF-178])
(Footage of UM nurses outdoors, medical building in background.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 120)
 
American Road ([851831-FF-180])
(Footage from the Ford Archives includes cars coming off early assembly line, family out for a car ride, traffic problems involving horse and buggy and automobiles, scenes of "Uncle Henry" working on a Model T. (apparently a narration on original.))
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 280;280)
 
Henry Ford's Mirror of America ([851831-FF-181])
(Footage of U.S. in early 1900s, street scenes, amusement park, train depot, cars and boats, rallies and parades, war recruiting, women working in airplane factories, ship building, "Spirit of St.Louis." (From Ford Film Collection in Nat. Archives.))
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 2000;2000)
 
Nurses Under Tree ([851831-FF-183])
(Two nurses are filmed beneath an apple tree. Different shots and angles of these two conversing, closes with them walking away, Medical Center buildings in background.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, 100)
 
Historical Pictures 1967 ([851831-FF-185])
(Film footage of historical photographs of the University of Michigan campus including laboratories, classrooms, faculty, administrators, musical groups, and student activities including the pushball game, filmed for use in sesquicentennial film.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 400)
 
Tom Harmon ([851831-FF-186])
(Tom Harmon is filmed as he walks into IM hallway, stops in front of display case and talks. (Filmed for Series I program "UM-150", very scratchy film.)Features: Tom Harmon)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;neg, b/w;b/w, 150;150)
 
Detroit Riot, The ([851831-FF-188])
(On the spot night coverage of burning and looting, scenes from an emergency center in a Detroit hosp., newsmen interviewing people on the streets, arrests, National Guardsmen, moving of large group of prisoners, press conf. of city & state officials. Features: George Romney. Jerome Cavanaugh)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 881, 00:24:28)
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Streaming File: (851831-FF188.flv)
 
Occupational Health: PHS Monkeys ([851831-FF-189])
(Man setting and checking test equipment, placing monkey in equipment. Monkey in test.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;neg, sil;sil, 200;200)
 
Accident Scenes ([851831-FF-190])
(Accident scenes, ambulance drivers with lights flashing, injured person or persons on the ground, car on its side, police interviewing witnesses, helicopter to U Hospital Emergency room, doctor is interviewed.)
 
Original: (16mm film (B-wind master.), pos, col, 500)
 
Drug and Pharmaceutical Industry ([851831-FF-191])
(Footage depicting the research, production and distribution functions carried on by modern pharmaceutical companies, shows equipment and methods uses in quality control of new products. (Filmed for Series I program "Take as Directed. No. 7."))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 223)
 
Newsreel of UM's Football Team 1925 ([851831-FF-192])
(Footage shows UM football team and campus around 1925 includes shots of coach Fielding Yost, star player Benny Oosterbaan, 87,000 fans in Michigan Stadium including President Little and Henry Tappan Hall. Features: Fielding Harris Yost, UM-Athl.; Benny Oosterbaan, UM-Ath.; C.C. Little, UM-Pres., Henry Tappan Hall)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;pos, b/w;b/w, 400;400)
 
Football Practice 1970 ([851831-FF-194])
(Random shots of UM Football Team practicing without Jerseys, shots of coaches instructing players, players blocking and running a couple of plays. (Original footage for 1970 Big 10 preview."))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, col, sil, 100)
 
Coach of the Year ([851831-FF-195-a])
(Footage of UM football coach Bo Schembechler in his office, displays plaque naming him coach of the year. Features: Glen "Bo" Schembechler, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil;sot, 125;125)
 
Coach of the Year ([851831-FF-195-b])
(Footage of UM football coach Bo Schembechler and his assistants conducting football practice. Features: Glen "Bo" Schembechler, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 70)
 
Alumni Association Film 1920s-1930s
(The following films were produced or collected by or for the University of Michigan Alumni Association during the 1920s and 1930s. They document a variety of university events, buildings, and personalities. The films have been cut up and spliced. They are mostly b/w but there are sections of color film. Some of this footage was used in the films "We Came to Ann Arbor" and "Women Students at the University of Michigan in the 1930s." Nine small films were compiled onto two reels and transferred to Beta SP tape by Allied Films, in 1997. The digital files made from the Beta tapes by SceneSavers, 2009) Listed below are the two compiled reels, followed by descriptions of the original small reels.)
 
Alumni Association Film, Compiled Reel 1 1920s-1930s ([851831-FF-210-1])
(Compiled reel of footage, form the 1920s and 1930s, includes original Alumni Association reels FF-210-a through FF-210-e described below.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color b/w, sil, 00:32:33)
 
Original: (Beta SP dub, color b/w, sil, 00:32:33)
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Streaming File: (851831-FF210-1.flv)
 
Alumni Association Film, Compiled Reel 2 1920s-1930s ([851831-FF-210-2])
(Compiled reel of footage, form the 1920s and 1930s, includes original Alumni Association reels FF-210-f through FF-210-I described below.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color b/w, silent, 00:23:41)
 
Original: (Beta SP dub, color b/w, silent, 00:23:41)
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Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-a])
(Footage includes Pres. Ruthven on horseback, train station, campus policeman, Angell Hall, U. Hospital, Observatory, various deans and professors, aerial of campus, Michigamua initiation, Big 10 track meet, students on Diag, snowstorm on South U. Features: Alexander Ruthven, UM-Pres.; Fielding Yost, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 430)
 
Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-b])
(Game and practice footage of the 1925 football team, including some slow motion shots of plays, close-ups of Bennie Friedman, Bennie Oosterbaan, Wallie Weber, and Lewis Gilbert. (Dr. Wiles' film. An REO-GRAM production?) Features: Bennie Friedman, Bennie Oosterbaan, Wallie Weber, Lewis Gilbert)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 150)
 
Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-c])
(Footage includes football game in nearly empty Michigan Stadium, aerials of campus, a tennis match, Michigamua initiation - smoking ceremonial pipe on President's House lawn, UM-ROTC members in class and on parade, and students on Palmer Field.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 250)
 
Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-d])
(Film includes footage of Biological Station - Camp Douglas, campus honor society initiation, track team, construction of Burton Tower and installation of carillon, Marching Band, alumni reunion, parade on State St. Features: George La Rue, UM-Zool.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w;col, sil, 440)
 
Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-e])
(Footage of baseball game on Ferry Field, graduates marching past Econ. Building and assembling on Diag, golf team, Old Mason and Haven Halls, women's dormitories, Burton funeral procession (1925?), football practice, Marching Band, women's archery.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 470)
 
Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-f])
(Footage of faculty members (unidentified), "Fall Games" tug-of-war across Huron River, field hockey match, football game footage, officers of the Alumni Association, women in front of the Women's League, graduates in procession, track meet, parade. Features: T. Hawley Tapping, UM-Alum. ;Lucile Beach Conger, UM-Alum. ;Robert O. Morgan, UM-Alum.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w;col, sil, 334)
 
Alumni Association Film 1938 ([851831-FF-210-g])
(Footage of deans and professors, Illinois football game, football crowd, Louis Elbel conducting "The Victors", Marching Band, 1898 football team in stands, homecoming displays, Christmas breakfast at Martha Cook, women students at Alumnae House features: Margaret Bell, UM-PE; Alexander Ruthven, UM-Pres.;Alice Lloyd; Shirley Smith, UM-VP; Louis Elbel; Henry Anderson, UM-Eng.;Edward Krauss, UM-Pharm.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w;col, sil, 750)
 
Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-h])
(Footage of Ruthven on horseback, freshman orientation and registration, forestry class on field trip, aerials of campus, Old Mason Hall, women's dorms, Yost Arena, University Council leaving Angell Hall, field hockey match, baseball, football, track. Features: Alexander Ruthven, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 420)
 
Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-I])
(Footage of students skiing, tobogganning, bowling, and playing ping-pong, Senior Society Banquet in the League, May Festival events, Choral Union and Philadelphia Symphony, Mothers' Day at Mosher-Jordan, commencement, Jack Wolin diving in men's pool. Features: Myra B. Jordan, UM-Dean of Women ;Jack Wolin)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil)
 
Screen News Digest, 1960 1960 ([851831-FF-211-a])
(A newsreel by Telenews of the Day Prod. features Pres. Kennedy announcing selection of G. Mennen Williams as Ass't Sec of State for African Affairs and Robert McNamara as Secretary of Defense. Also a feature on "Operation Deep Freeze" a scientific Features: G. Mennen Williams, Robert McNamara, John Kennedy, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Richard Bird)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 710)
 
Screen News Digest, 1960 ([851831-FF-211-b])
(Expedition to Antarctica. Includes historical film of Robert Scott's failed attempt to reach the south pole and of several of Richard Bird's expeditions, Pres. Roosevelt welcoming Bird home, and footage of "Little America" U.S. Antarctic camp.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Screen News Digest, 1961 1961 ([851831-FF-212])
(A newsreel by Telenews of the Day Prod. features dedication of a memorial to Robert Hutchins Goddard at Goddard Space Flight Center, includes rare footage of Goddard's early rocketry experiments and interview with Mrs. Goddard and Werner Von Braun. Features: Robert Hutchins Goddard, Werner Von Braun)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 700)
 
Cicada ([851831-FF-213])
(Footage of cicadas emerging from ground, in trees etc. includes extreme close-ups. Filmed for TVC Series B program "Sounds of Cicadas".)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 350)
 
James K. Pollock circa 1957 ([851831-FF-214])
(Film of Henry Bretton interviewing James K. Pollock on the current German election campaign. Pollock discusses the Adenauer campaign and what the election could mean for U.S. foreign policy. (Apparently filmed for a TVC program.)Features: James K. Pollock, UM-Pol. Sci.;Henry Bretton, UM-Pol. Sci.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 700, 00:14:40)
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Streaming File: (851831-FF214.flv)
 
Nuclear Conference 1954
(The following films were made at the time of a conference of scientists, educators, journalists, and government officials at the UM on the technical, political, and social consequences of the development of nuclear power.)
 
Nuclear Conference 1954 ([851831-FF-215-a])
(Duane Roller.;A physicist who is editor of Scientific Monthly discusses the impact of the atomic age on science journalism, stressing the importance of openness and intellectual honesty and problems created by the need for secrecy in atomic research. Features: Duane Roller)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sound, 192, 00:05:23)
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Streaming File: (851831-FF215-a.flv)
 
Nuclear Conference ([851831-FF-215-b])
(Jerome Luntz.; Editor of Nucleonics Magazine discusses the impact of the atomic age on information and communication in society, the public's need to gain a basic understanding of nuclear energy, and the impact of secrecy needs in atomic research. Features: Jerome Luntz)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sound, 224, 00:06:16)
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Streaming File: (851831-FF215-b.flv)
 
Nuclear Conference 1954 ([851831-FF-215-c])
(Studio interviews and film of proceedings of the conference on nuclear energy held at the University of Michigan. (This consists of several reels of negatives, workprints, and other footage used in TVC programs on the conference.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;pos, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 850;1100)
 
AIM - Alumni Investment in Michigan 1956 ([851831-FF-216])
(Alexander Ruthven discusses the University of Michigan's development council and the Alumni Fund, interviews with several student's who received financial aid from the Alumni Fund. Features: Alexander Ruthven, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 800)
 
Frank O'Connor ([851831-FF-217])
(Writer Frank O'Connor, in his office, reads from his own work - a story about his school days. Features: Frank O'Connor)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 700)
 
Salk Vaccine Promotion circa 1955 ([851831-FF-218-a-b])
(A film explaining the development, testing, and use of the Salk polio vaccine featuring Jonas Salk, Thomas Francis and other leading figures in polio research. The film was aimed at doctors. Sponsored by Eli Lilly Company and includes footage of Salk inoculating child, Closed Circuit on Dumont Network. Features: Jonas Salk ;Thomas Francis, UM-Med. ;Basil O'Connor ;Hart E. Van Ryper (Note: the film was spliced out of order, the streaming file has been edited to correct the order.) (Copyright to the film is held by the Eli Lllly Company.))
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 1917, 00:53:24)
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Streaming File: (851831-FF218-a-b.flv) [view video]
 
Salk Vaccine Promotion circa 1955 ([851831-FF-218-c])
(Appears to be kinescope negative of 218-b. Includes footage of Salk inoculating child Features: Jonas Salk ;Thomas Francis, UM-Med. ;Basil O'Connor ;Hart E. Van Ryper)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 753, 00:20:57)
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Streaming File: (851831-FF218-c.flv)
 
Beaumont Memorial 1954
(Several reels of film from the Series H program "Beaumont Memorial" on the dedication of the Mackinac Island memorial to pioneer physician William Beaumont, including a nearly complete version of the program, also, footage of the ceremony, Features: Emil Lorch, UM-Arch.(See also Archives film number 458 for additional footage of the dedication ceremony.)
 
Beaumont Memorial 1954 ([851831-FF-219-1])
(Several reels of film from the Series H program "Beaumont Memorial" on the dedication of the Mackinac Island memorial to pioneer physician William Beaumont, including a nearly complete version of the program, also, footage of the ceremony, Features: Emil Lorch, UM-Arch.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;wp, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 600;600)
 
Beaumont Memorial ([851831-FF-219-2])
(an interview with Emil Lorch consultant on the historic site restoration, interview with Dr. Frederick Coller about the significance of Beaumont's work and the development of the memorial, and footage of the memorial and restored building and museum.)
 
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Beaumont Memorial ([851831-FF-219-3])
 
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Thai Ambassador Visits Phoenix Lab 1955 ([851831-FF-220-a])
(Footage of Thailand's ambassador to the U.S. on a tour of the UM Phoenix Memorial Laboratory, includes his arrival on North Campus, shots of the laboratory and several engineering professors, and footage of North Campus construction sites.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 200)
 
Thai Ambassador Visits Phoenix Lab 1955 ([851831-FF-220-b])
(Thai ambassador and UM engineering professors discuss the UM Phoenix Memorial Project for study of the peaceful uses of atomic energy, Thailand's interest in nuclear power, and possible training of Thai engineers at UM.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 400)
 
Ford Reactor Dedication 1956
 
Ford Reactor Dedication 1956 ([851831-FF-222-a])
(Film footage of the dedication ceremonies for the Ford Nuclear Reactor at the University of Michigan, includes footge of comments by Harlan Hatcher, Ralph Sawyer, and several engineering professors. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres. ;Ralph Sawyer, UM-VP)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;b/w, sil;sof, 813, 813)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 813, 00:22:32)
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Ford Reactor Dedication 1956 ([851831-FF-222-b])
(Continues coverage of the dedication ceremonies for the Ford Nuclear Reactor.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg; b/w;b/w;b/w, sof;sil; 730;730;730)
 
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Ford Reactor Dedication 1956 ([851831-FF-222-c])
(Footage of the Ford Nuclear Reactor at the University of Michigan, at the time of its dedication, includes shots of the reactor pool, rods, and instrument panels.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos; b/w;b/w, sil, 664)
 
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Ford Reactor Dedication 1956 ([851831-FF-222-d])
(Continues coverage of the dedication ceremonies for the Ford Nuclear Reactor.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sof, 901, 901)
 
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Ford Reactor Dedication 1956 ([851831-FF-222-e])
(Continues coverage of the dedication ceremonies for the Ford Nuclear Reactor.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sof, 811, 811)
 
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Ford Reactor Dedication 1956 ([851831-FF-222-f])
(Continues coverage of the dedication ceremonies for the Ford Nuclear Reactor. Actual footage of the reactor and its lab.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sof, 101, 101)
 
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Flint College 1955
(Footage of Flint Community College campus, and ceremony marking its becoming the University of Michigan Flint Campus, and construction of UM-Flint.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 901)
 
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Flint College 1955 ([851831-FF-223-b])
(Continues footage of University of Michigan Flint dedication ceremony, Harlan Hatcher delivering address. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 575)
 
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Flint College 1955 ([851831-FF-223-c])
(Brief footage of UM-Flint dedication ceremony and of Harlan Hatcher and college officials in the lobby. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;pos, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 20;16)
 
Ann Arbor Parade 1955 ([851831-FF-224])
(Footage of a parade down State Street in Ann Arbor, Michigan.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 100)
 
Registration 1955 1955 ([851831-FF-225])
(Footage of University of Michigan class registration in Waterman Gymnasium.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 100)
 
Lantern Night 1955 ([851831-FF-226])
(Several women's choral groups perform at the annual "Lantern Night" sponsored by the Women's Athletic Association.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 125;90)
 
Band Day 1955 1955 ([851831-FF-227])
(Footage of marching bands performing at Michigan Stadium on high school band day.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 120)
 
UM Marching 1955 ([851831-FF-228])
(Footage of a half-time show by the UM Marching Band at Michigan Stadium. Features: Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil)
 
Michifish 1955 ([851831-FF-229])
(Footage of a performance by Michifish, the UM synchronized swimming team.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 200)
 
U Nu Visits Phoenix Lab 1955 ([851831-FF-230-a])
(Film of tour of Phoenix Memorial Laboratory by U Nu of Burma, includes a discussion of the Phoenix Project for research in peaceful use of atomic energy, use of radiation in medicine, and the possibility of sending Burmese students to UM. Features: U Nu)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 400)
 
U Nu Visits Phoenix Lab 1955 ([851831-FF-230-b])
(Continues coverage of U Nu's tour of the Phoenix Lab and of a reception for him at the Clements Library. Features: U Nu)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 200)
 
Rae and Brandon 1955 ([851831-FF-231])
(Footage of an interview in which James Rae refutes allegations that UM athletes, football player Ron Kramer in particular, had received improper financial aid through a loophole in Big 10 regulations. Features: James Rae, UM-Med. ;Arthur Brandon, UM-Jour.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 145)
 
Graduation 1955 1955 ([851831-FF-232])
(Footage of graduation ceremony in Michigan Stadium, includes shots of the procession and awarding of diplomas.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 250;90)
 
Phoenix Laboratory Dedication ([851831-FF-233])
(Brief footage of the installation of the donor plaque in the lobby of the Phoenix Memorial Laboratory and a demonstration of equipment for remote handling of radioactive material.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 80)
 
High School Band Day 1954 1954 ([851831-FF-234])
(Film footage of performance by massed bands at Michigan Stadium on annual high school band day.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 200)
 
Japanese Ambassador Visits Japanese Center 1955 ([851831-FF-235])
(Japanese ambassador to the United States visits the library of the Center for Japanese Studies at the University of Michigan, discusses the work of the Center.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sof, 155)
 
TVC Film circa 1955 ([851831-FF-236])
(Film of the facilities, equipment, and staff of the University of Michigan Television Center shows staff and technicians at work during production of a television program.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 200)
 
Navy ROTC circa 1952 ([851831-FF-237])
(Footage of UM Naval ROTC members working in classrooms and training on anti-aircraft guns and other equipment, also short footage of the Air Force ROTC band.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 170)
 
Ann Arbor Pioneer High School 1956 ([851831-FF-238])
(Footage at what was apparently an open house at Pioneer High School, includes shot of the exterior and of classrooms and laboratories and an assembly in the gymnasium.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 150)
 
Diag Scenes circa 1953 ([851831-FF-239])
(Footage of students on the Diag and steps of General Library.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 150;150)
 
Old Outpatient Clinic circa 1953 ([851831-FF-240])
(Footage of facilities and staff at the old Out-Patient Clinic of the University of Michigan Hospital, includes shots of doctors examining patients, the registration desk, and laboratories.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 500)
 
Boy Scout Meeting circa 1956 ([851831-FF-241-a])
(Footage from the Boy Scout Leader National Training Meeting held on the UM campus, includes interviews with the chief scout administrator and Harold Stassen. Features: Harold Stassen)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 500;500)
 
Boy Scout Meeting circa 1956 ([851831-FF-241-b])
(Footage of the Boy Scout Leader National Training meeting held on UM campus, includes shots of a meeting in Rackham Auditorium, displays on the Diag, and an encampment on Ferry Field.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 180)
 
Zoology Film 1955 ([851831-FF-242])
(Footage of professors and students working in the zoology laboratory. (5 reels of negatives, ca. 1200 feet.))
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 1200)
 
Literature School circa 1955 ([851831-FF-243-a])
(Film footage of classroom scenes, class registration in Haven Hall, and a convocation in Rackham Auditorium. Apparently filmed for recruiting film for the College of Literature, Sciences, and the Arts.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 183)
 
Literature School circa 1955 ([851831-FF-243-b])
(Footage of classrooms and laboratories, a group of faculty members in a meeting, several interviews of freshman students as part of the Principal - Freshman Conferences in which high school principals interview freshmen.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 600;400)
 
Salk Vaccine Announcement 1955 ([851831-FF-244])
(Footage of the press conference announcing the results of the Salk polio vaccine tests. Salk describes the field tests and analyzes the results. Jonas Salk, Tommy Francis and Basil O'Connor answer questions. (Not complete coverage.)Features: Jonas Salk ;Thomas Francis, UM-SPH; Basil O'Connor)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sof, 739, 00:20:31)
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Salk Vaccine Announcement 1955 ([851831-FF-244-a])
(Footage from the press conference announcing the results of the Salk polio vaccine tests. Mostly shots of press gallery and crowd, shots of passing out report some of Salk and others at podium and informal, exteriors of Rackham. Features: Jonas Salk ;Thomas Francis, UM-SPH; BASIL O'Connor)
 
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Salk Vaccine Test Procedure 1955 ([851831-FF-245])
(Incomplete footage of a press conference by Thomas Francis, director of the Salk polio vaccine field tests, discusses methodology but not results of the tests. This was held a week prior to announcement of the test results. Features: Thomas Francis, UM-Med.)
 
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Slausson Junior High Operetta ([851831-FF-246])
(Footage of Slausson Jr. High School's production of the original operetta "The Bell and the Bellhop." Also interviews with principal Harold Logan and music teacher Merton Kellog about producing the musical.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sil, 1000;1000)
 
Women's Maternity Hospital ([851831-FF-247])
(Miscellaneous footage of the UM Women's Hospital maternity section, includes shots of patient rooms, examination rooms, laboratories, delivery room, and kitchen facilities, also footage of doctors and nurses attending patients.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos;pos;pos;pos, b/w;b/w;b/w;b/w, sil;sil;sil;sil, 350;300;250;100)
 
Psychology Experiments circa 1956 ([851831-FF-248])
 
Psychology Experiments circa 1956 ([851831-FF-248])
(Film footage of several psychological and physiological experiments on monkeys, rats, and rabbits conducted by University of Michigan researchers. Include shots of laboratories and scientific equipment and researchers at work.)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Psychology Experiment circa 1956 ([851831-FF-248-a])
(Devalois.; Footage of experiment conducted by UM researcher Russell Devalois. Features: Russell Devalois)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 800)
 
Psychology Experiments circa 1956 ([851831-FF-248-b])
(Domino.; Footage of an experiment conducted by Edward Domino of the UM Medical School Department of Pharmacology. Features: Edward Domino, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 800)
 
Psychology Experiments circa 1956 ([851831-FF-248-c])
(Coombs.; Footage of an experiment conducted by UM psychology professor Clyde Coombs. Features: Clyde H. Coombs, UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 800)
 
Psychology Experiments circa 1956 ([851831-FF-248-d])
(McCleary, Meyers.; Footage of experiment conducted by UM professors Robert McCleary and Muriel Meyers. Features: Robert McCleary, UM-Psych ;Muriel Meyers, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 800)
 
Psychology Experiments circa 1956 ([851831-FF-248-e])
(Olds.; Footage of experiment conducted by UM psychology professor James Olds. Features: James Olds, UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 800)
 
Psychology Experiments circa 1956 ([851831-FF-248-f])
(Walker.; Footage of experiment conducted by UM psychology professor Edward Walker. Features: Edward Walker, UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 800)
 
Psychology Experiments circa 1956 ([851831-FF-248-g])
(Footage of experiments on brain cells conducted by UM psychology professors.)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 800)
 
Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-1])
(Twelve reels of film negatives, consists of documentary footage of "Operation Deep Freeze," a scientific expediting to Antarctica. Shot by UM Television Center Staff. Includes footage of camp at "Little America", experiments, and scenery, sea voyage, and Antarctic scenes.)
 
Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-1])
 
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-2])
 
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-3])
 
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-4])
 
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-5])
 
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-6])
 
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-7])
 
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-8])
 
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-9])
 
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-10])
 
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-11])
 
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-12])
 
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Ford Donation ([851831-FF-250])
(Two reels of magnetic sound track of press conference and ceremony announcing gift of Fairlane Mansion from Ford Motor Company to the University of Michigan for establishment of the UM Dearborn Campus. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sot;sot, 900;900)
 
Arms Control Conference
(Films #283 - 297 consist of interview footage with participants in the first international symposium on arms control sponsored by the University of Michigan. Participants included government officials, representatives of defense contractors, academic specialists in disarmament research, and peace activists. Some of this footage was incorporated into the Series B programs "Report on Arms Control." Most of the films include negatives, workprints and magnetic sound tracks.)
 
Arms Control: McNaughton ([851831-FF-283-a])
(McNaughton.; Defense Department official discusses Pentagon weapons planning and arms control. Features: John T. McNaughton)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 540;540)
 
Arms Control: McNaughton ([851831-FF-283-b])
(McNaughton.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 206;206)
 
Arms Control: Hudson ([851831-FF-284-a])
(Publisher of "World Peace Report" discusses efforts to promote and disseminate scholarly research in the field of peace studies.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil;sot, 410;410;410)
 
Arms Control: Hudson ([851831-FF-284-b])
(Hudson.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 195;195)
 
Arms Control: Aaron ([851831-FF-285])
(Aaron. Director of Arms Control at the Pentagon discusses the arms negotiation process.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof;sot, 265;500;500)
 
Arms Control: Karpov ([851831-FF-286-a])
(Karpov.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp, b/w, sil;sot, 575;400)
 
Arms Control: Karpov ([851831-FF-286-b])
(Karpov.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 200;200)
 
Arms Control: Taylor ([851831-FF-287-a])
(Taylor.; Chairman of the National Research Council on Peace Studies talks about the council's activities and the role of peace organizations in the peace and disarmament movement.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof;sot, 500;500)
 
Arms Control: Taylor ([851831-FF-287-b])
(Taylor.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 205;205)
 
Arms Control: Morse ([851831-FF-288])
(Morse.; Member of the Long Range Planning Group of the Aero-Jet Corp., a major defense contractor, gives a weapons industry's perspective on the arms control process and the possible economic and social ramifications of disarmament.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 400;400)
 
Arms Control: Foster ([851831-FF-289-a])
(Foster. First director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency discusses the founding and purpose of the agency. Features: William C. Foster)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp.neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil;sot, 150;250;250)
 
Arms Control: Foster ([851831-FF-289-b])
(Foster.)
 
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Arms Control: Bechoefer ([851831-FF-290])
(Bechoefer.; A State Department official with long experience negotiating with the Russians discusses the process of arms control negotiation. Features: Bernard Bechoefer)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sof;sot, 150;200;200)
 
Arms Control: Melman, 1 ([851831-FF-291-a])
(Melman. Interview with arms control expert and Pentagon critic Seymor Melman on the impact of the arms race on international affairs and the U.S. economy. Features: Seymour Melman)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 183;183)
 
Arms Control: Melman, 1 ([851831-FF-291-b])
(Melman.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil;sot, 250;250;250)
 
Arms Control: Melman, 2 ([851831-FF-292-a])
(Melman.; Arms control expert and Pentagon critic Seymour Melman discusses the adverse effects of the arms race on the U.S. economy and the country's balance of payments and emphasizes the political and economic motives for disarmament.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 205;205)
 
Arms Control: Melman, 2 ([851831-FF-292-b])
(Melman.)
 
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Arms Control: Lentz ([851831-FF-293-a])
(Lentz.; A peace activist and former university professor discusses his involvement in the disarmament movement following World War II. Features: Ed Lentz)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 472;472)
 
Arms Control: Lentz ([851831-FF-293-b])
(Lentz.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 208;208)
 
Arms Control; Phelps ([851831-FF-294-a])
(Phelps.; Director of the Institute for Defense Analysis, discusses the role of academic research in arms development and the disarmament process.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 20;150)
 
Arms Control: Phelps ([851831-FF-294-b])
(Phelps.;)
 
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Arms Control: Lough ([851831-FF-295])
(Lough.; Sound track only, UM professor Thomas Lough, on leave with the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency discusses his work with the agency.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof;sot, 200;250;250)
 
Arms Control: Lough ([851831-FF-295-b])
(Lough.)
 
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Arms Control: Matteson ([851831-FF-296-a])
(Matteson; A policy analyst for the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency discusses his research and work for the agency.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp/neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 171;171)
 
Arms Control: Matteson ([851831-FF-296-b])
(Matteson.)
 
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Arms Control: Humphrey ([851831-FF-297])
(Humphrey. Senator Hubert Humphrey discusses the genesis of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency and the politics involved in its establishment. Features: Hubert Humphrey)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp;wp;neg, b/w;b/w;b/w, sof;sof;sof, 200;25;250)
 
Alumni Film: Michigamua 1941 circa 1941 ([851831-FF-298])
(Footage of the Michigamua initiation, includes shots of the members and initiates in Indian costume, in Union Tower, smoking pipe with Pres. Ruthven, and parading through campus. (original footage once held by the Alumni Association)Features: Alexander Ruthven, UM-Pres.)
 
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Alumni Association: Rope Day 1941 Michigamua circa 1941 ([851831-FF-299])
(Footage of the Michigamua initiation ceremony, ca. 1941. Includes shots of members painting themselves with "war paint", smoking "peace pipe" with Pres. Ruthven, and ceremony at tree near Graduate Library. (orig. footage once held by Alumni Assoc.)Features: Alexander Ruthven, UM-Pres.)
 
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Alumni Association: Football and Track, 1938 1938 ([851831-FF-300])
(Brief footage of UM football game (Ohio State 1938?), extended footage of marching band performance, crowd shots, fans on the field, and footage of a Big Ten track meet at Ferry Field. (original footage that was once held by the Alumni Association.)Features: Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film)
 
Alumni Association: Michigamua 1939 circa 1939 ([851831-FF-301])
(Footage of the Michigamua initiation ceremony, ca. 1939. Includes shots of members painting themselves with "war paint", smoking "peace pipe" with Pres. Ruthven, and ceremony at tree near Graduate Library. Features: Alexander Ruthven, UM-Pres.)
 
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AVEC Films [series]

The Audio Visual Education Center, originally part of the University Extension Division's Visual Education Bureau and mainly a film distribution service, produces a variety of instructional films and promotional films for the university and also produced some on a contract basis for non-university clients.

 
Aging: A Modern Social Achievement 1957 ([851831-AVEC-1])
(Examines changes in American's life expectancy, lifestyle, work and retirement, and planning for an extended prime of life. Features: Clark Tibbits, UM-Geron.)
 
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Analog Computer & its Application to Differential Equations 1963 ([851831-AVEC-2])
(Demonstration of the use of the analog computer to solve differential equations. Includes musical segments by pioneer electronic music composers Robert Ashley and Gordan Mummer. Features: Wilfred Kaplan, UM Math)
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, optical, 00:28:47, Neg. # 30, Pos. # 23)
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Angell-Lironess Project ([851831-AVEC-3])
(A University High School (affiliated with UM) class looks at the question of prejudice and discrimination from a sociological point of view and discusses the economics of farming and the knowledge one needs to farm.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, optical, 00:05:01, Pos. # 63)
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Aortomyocardial Autogenous Vein Grafts ([851831-AVEC-4])
(Film of surgical procedure for vein grafts is demonstrated and explained. This technique was developed at UM and led to the feasibility of heart bypass operations. Dietrich later worked with heart surgeon Micheal DeBakey. Features: Edward Dietrich, St. Joseph Hosp.)
 
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Band Day 1950 1950 ([851831-AVEC-5])
(Filmed highlights of the Band Day performances of UM Marching band at half-time of UM football game. Features: Marching Band)
 
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Band Director, The 1974 ([851831-AVEC-6])
(UM Marching Band Director George Cavender is featured in a look at the work of a university band director, UM Marching Band drills and performances at Rose Parade, Rose Bowl, and Disneyland. Features UM's last all male Band. Film won five awards. Features: George Cavender, UM-Music)
 
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Baseball Accident ([851831-AVEC-7])
 
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Big Difference, The 1966 ([851831-AVEC-8])
(Instructional film on floor care as means of controlling bacterial contamination in hospitals, produced in cooperation with UM Hospital and H.G. Fuller Co. Includes numerous shots of the old University Hospital.)
 
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Child Upper Extremity Amputees 1964 ([851831-AVEC-9])
(Physicians from the UM Medical Center's Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation demonstrate various prosthetic devices and adjustments made as a child grows and learns to control his extremities. Features: Leonard Bender, UM-Med.; Gerald O'Oconnor, UM-Med.)
 
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Decade of Achievement 1956 ([851831-AVEC-10])
(Hatcher, who worked closely with AVEC on script, discusses the many areas of development and growth at the University of Michigan over the years 1946-1956. Excellent footage of campus buildings, laboratories, classrooms, and student activities. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
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Design for Independent Living 1967 ([851831-AVEC-11])
(Demonstration of the specialized activities and equipment for daily living by four severely impaired young adults with the goal of attending school away from home. Footage from the UM Med. Center Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Dept. Features: James W. Rae, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, optical, 00:12:05, Neg. # 146, Pos. # 8)
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Die is Cast, The 1972 ([851831-AVEC-12])
(Looks at the history of metal casting and the development of the casting process. Footage of Ford Motor Co. die casting operation. Winner of Gold Camera Award, U.S. Industrial Film Festival.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Neg. # 191, Pos. # 40)
 
Digital Computer Engineering Lab ([851831-AVEC-13])
(Footage of a Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering lab course on the principles of digital logic and computer interfacing technique. Features: Eric Aupperle, UM-Eng.)
 
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Engineering Centennial Convocation 1954 ([851831-AVEC-14])
(Footage of activities celebrating the 100th anniversary of the University of Michigan College of Engineering and the dedication of the Mortimer Cooley Memorial Lab, including banquets, speeches, ribbon cuttings, and ceremonies at Michigan Stadium. Features: Harlan Harcher, UM-Pres.; George Brown, UM-Eng.; Wilbur Pierpont, UM-VP; Charles E. Wilson)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Pos. # 10)
 
Excision and Replacement of the Heart 1963 ([851831-AVEC-16])
(Film of a pioneering UM Medical Center surgical procedure to remove and replace the heart of a dog. Berkeley's surgical experiments at the UM contributed to the development of human heart transplant surgery. Features: Kelly Berkeley, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, optical, 00:14:08, Pos. # 53)
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Fires and Wires 1965 ([851831-AVEC-17])
(Film produced for UM Extension Service and Detroit Edison, a training film for emergency personnel on safety measures for handling electrical powerlines and wires. An award winning film. More prints of this film were sold than any other AVEC title. Features: George W. Williams, UM-TVC)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Neg. # 105, Pos. # 41)
 
First Aid for Head and Neck Injuries in Football 1976 ([851831-AVEC-19])
(Award winning film on the proper first aid techniques in the treatment of head and neck injuries in football. Schneider, an expert on sports injuries, examines the symptoms of various head and spinal cord injuries and the proper treatment for each. Features: Richard C. Schneider, UM-Med.,; Lindsey McClear, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, optical, 00:21:53, Pos. # 12)
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First Heart Beat 1930s ([851831-AVEC-20])
(A look at the development of a chick embryo and its first heart beats. Produced by the UM Anatomy Dept. and Baldwin Bird Laboratory of Cleveland. An early scientific / instructional film. (Part of a series titled Microcinema Studies, silent, b/w.) Features: Bradley Patten, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, optical, 00:23:01, Pos. # 48)
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First Hundred Years 1954 ([851831-AVEC-21])
(Excerpts from the full production of the same title.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, sound, coa. 00:300::00, Pos. # 11)
 
First Hundred Years: Engineering College Centennial 1954 ([851831-AVEC-22])
(A student from first UM engineering course takes a 100 year nap, on waking he is given tour of College of Engineering facilities. Shows labs and classroom scenes, describes variety of research being conducted, footage of distinguished professors. Features: George G. Brown, Louis Baier, Myron Nichols, Walter Lay, A.D. Moore, all UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, sound, 00:43:02, Pos. # 11)
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Goodby to Captain Hook 1966 ([851831-AVEC-23])
(Documents the prostheses available for various levels of arm amputation. Intended for physicians, physical therapists, social workers, and medical students. Winner of Honors Certificate at 1967 American Film Festival. Features: Leonard Bender, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, optical, 00:19:55, Neg. # 153, Pos. # 13)
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Health is a Circle circa 1960 ([851831-AVEC-24])
(Decribes the work of the University of Michigan Health Service, how it cooperates with other UM units to provide for the safety and health of students. Footage of the old University Hospital. Script by Daniel Waldron, cinematography George Voellmar.)
 
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High School Band Day Highlights 1960 ([851831-AVEC-25])
(Events of Band Day at UM, 12000 high school band members perform at half-time at Michigan Stadium. Karl King leads the massed band, 1500 majorettes entertain, UM Marching Band performs a soft-shoe routine. Features: Karl King)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, optical, 00:26:08, Neg. # 71, Pos. # 17)
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High School Band Day Highlights ([851831-AVEC-26])
(The film won five major awards including the CINE, highest in U.S. for documentary film. Was also selected as U.S. representative in the Vancouver Film Festival.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Pos. # 76)
 
High School Band Day Highlights 1960 ([851831-AVEC-27])
(Additional footage of performance of UM marching Band and 38 high school bands at half-time of UM football game. Features: Karl King)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Pos. # 18)
 
Industrial Exhaust Systems circa 1948 ([851831-AVEC-28])
(An early AVEC production in cooperation with College of Engineering and the Michigan Bureau of Industrial Health. Demonstrates the variety and proper use of industrial ventilating systems. Only film known to exist on the topic. Features: 77)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Pos. # 49)
 
Sequential Logic 1974 ([851831-AVEC-29-2])
(A demonstration of how the power of combinational logic networks is extended to include the capability to store information.)
 
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Combinational Logic 1974 ([851831-AVEC-29-1])
(Combinational Logic.; A PDP-9 computer graphics system integrated with a digital analysis program is used to demonstrate the operation of the basic digital logic elements. Includes footage of computer hardware.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, optical, 00:17:58, Neg. # 79, Pos. # 15)
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Knowledge, Wisdom and the Courage to Serve 1967 ([851831-AVEC-30])
(The story of the UM, the educational process at work, featuring comment by distinguished faculty and alumni and discussion of research programs, a UM sesquicentennial film. Footage of campus buildings and student activities. Score by Robert Ashley. Features: Edward White, James McDivitt, Alice Hamilton, Lynn Townsend, Arthur Miller)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, optical, 00:31:05, Pos. # 19)
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Locks of Saulte Ste. Marie, The 1955 ([851831-AVEC-31])
(A brief look at the history of the Soo area focusing on the development of commerce and the locks. Produced for centennial of the Locks, it is the definitive film on the subject. Pres. Hatcher encouraged its production and attended the premier. Features: 40)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, sound, 00:31:12, Pos. # 3)
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Marching for Roses 1971 ([851831-AVEC-32])
(The University of Michigan Marching Band's preparation for and performance in the 1971 Rose Bowl. This film received the Silver Cindy Award. Features: William Revelli, UM-Music; George Cavender, UM-Music; UM Marching Band)
 
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Marching for Roses (Trims) 1971 ([851831-AVEC-33])
(Original film footage for the film "Marching for Roses" features The University of Michigan Marching Band's preparation for and performance in the 1970 Rose Bowl. Features: UM Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Pos. # 66)
 
Mastery of the Law 1959 ([851831-AVEC-34])
(Designed to give pre-law students a view of legal education, this film visits law classrooms, a mock trial, the Law Review office, the Case Club, and Lawyers Club housing. Footage of Law faculty. Good aerial shots of the Law Quad and UM campus.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, optical, 00:30:48, Neg. # 88, Pos. # 37)
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McCosh Computer ([851831-AVEC-35])
(Demonstration of a time-shared computer system available through UM to assist businessmen with marketing decisions. A PDPH computer and Digital Equipment display device with pen light controls make it easy to perform regression analysis.)
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, optical, 00:09:14, Neg. # 144, Pos. # 69)
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Mechanism of Chip Formation, The 1967 ([851831-AVEC-36])
(Uses cine photo-micrography to examine the physical characteristics of metals during machining, structural parts of metals such as grain boundaries, impurity inclusions, and Knoop hardness indentations during milling. Features: Joseph Datsko, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, optical, 00:21:58, Neg. # 22, Pos. # 20)
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Mechanism of Neurosurgical Football Injuries ([851831-AVEC-37])
(Describes and illustrates the nature of serious and fatal head, neck, and spinal injuries in amateur and professional football players. Footage of injuries obtained from all over the country. Film led to many rules changes to protect players. Features: Richard Schneider, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, optical, 00:13:57, Pos. # 56)
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Michigan Can Lead the Way 1963 ([851831-AVEC-38])
(Film documents the proceedings of the state constitutional convention during drafting of the Michigan constitution. Footage of hearings and debates. A condensation of many hours of filming. A joint production of UM, Michigan State and Wayne State.)
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, optical, 00:26:20, Pos. # 70)
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Michigan Constitutional Convention 1962 ([851831-AVEC-39])
(Raw footage of the 1962 Michigan constitutional convention, from AVEC production "Michigan Can Lead the Way." Consists of many small rolls of film that are not well identified.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00)
 
Michigan Marching Band - Phoenix Show ([851831-AVEC-40])
(Pre-game and half-time performance by UM Marching Band including a tribute to the UM Phoenix project. Also includes footage on the decade of progress by the Phoenix project with shots of labs and activities funded through the Phoenix project. Features: UM Marching Band)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, optical, 00:21:15, Pos. # 67)
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Michigan Rhapsody 1961 ([851831-AVEC-41])
(A promotional film for the UM, includes footage of campus buildings, student classroom and social activities, the Marching Band, homecoming, Michigras and graduation. Many "Michigan" songs. Footage of the Ann Arbor community. Music by Floyd Werle. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Edward R. Murrow)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, optical, 00:11:06, Neg. # 196, Pos. # 24)
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Michigras Parade circa 1956 ([851831-AVEC-42])
(Footage of the Michigras Parade, from the era of great student participation. Includes floats, displays, and crowds along State St. and South University. (Original color footage.);)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, silent, 00:22:15, Pos. # 64)
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Microcirculation Studies 1960 ([851831-AVEC-43])
(A pioneering use of film to study blood circulation in live laboratory animals under a magnification of up to 2000 times. Demonstrates techniques for preparing rats for the microscope stage, micropunctures of appendix membrane show blood clotting. Features: Giovanni Racugglia, UM-Med.; Frank Bethel, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, sound, 00:13:10, Neg. # 63, Pos. # 21)
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Microcirculation Studies - Microscope Shots 1960 ([851831-AVEC-44])
(Original footage of microscope shots used in Dr. Raccuglgia's film.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Neg. # 63, Pos. # 22)
 
More Than Meets the Eye ([851831-AVEC-45])
(A film on how the mind works in creating an image of the world, how the thinking, planning, imagining processes work and are related to physical coordination. A typical film produced by AVEC for use in public schools. Music by George Cacciopo.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Neg. # 121, Pos. # 59)
 
Morphine Physical Dependence in the Monkey ([851831-AVEC-46])
(Produced with the UM Dept. of Pharmacology, film presents a panel discussion on drug abuse and footage of laboratory experiments on the effects of morphine on monkeys. Shots of the UM monkey colony. Features: Maurice Seevers, UM-Med.; Nathan Eddy UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Neg. # 117, Pos. # 57)
 
Ninety-five Percent Pancreatectomy for Chronic Pancreatitis ([851831-AVEC-47])
(Film of UM Medical Center surgical procedure for a 95% pancreatectomy for recurring pancreatitis. This procedure was developed at UM Hospital which is believed to be the only place it has been performed. Features: Charles Frey, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, sound, 00:12:39, Neg. # 69, Pos. # 54)
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Non-Household Mailstream Study ([851831-AVEC-49])
(Film produced for the U.S. Postal Service as part of an ISR study on postal procedures. Examines the operation of the UM mail service and illustrates ISR survey techniques. Features: Doug Barnett, UM-Mail; Jim Wessel, UM-Mail)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, sound, 00:22:09, Pos. # 25)
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Old Spain on the Caribbean: Trinidad de Cuba circa 1953 ([851831-AVEC-48])
(Film on Trinidad, a village on the Guaurabo River of Cuba founded in 1514, that retained the flavor of a 17th century Spanish town into the 1950s. It shows the industries, building styles, fiestas, and traditions maintained for nearly 400 years.)
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, sound, 00:09:18, Pos. # 27)
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Plastic Journey 1972 ([851831-AVEC-50])
(Film produced in cooperation with the UM Dept. of Mechanical Engineering on the development of plastics and the use of plastic in the automobile industry, includes footage of the injection molding process at Ford Motor Company's Saline plant.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, sound, 00:18:37, Neg. # 190, Pos. # 38)
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Project 72 ([851831-AVEC-51])
(A series of "trigger" films focusing on student instructor interaction as a variable in the teaching-learning process.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Pos. # 47)
 
Resection of Arteriosclerotic Aneurism ([851831-AVEC-52])
(Film of UM Medical Center surgical procedure to correct an arteriosclerotic aneurysm of the left carotid bifurcation. Features: William Olsen, UM-Med.; William Fry, UM-Med.)
 
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Rice Farming in Japan 1956 ([851831-AVEC-53])
(Depicts, with an Oriental flavor, the story of rice, the staple food of Japan and other Far Eastern countries. Shows traditional rice culture, including planting, cultivating, harvesting, cooking and eating.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, sound, 00:11:54, Neg. # 24, Pos. # 28)
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SELMA/QAS ([851831-AVEC-57])
(A Dept. of Electrical Engineering film on the Systems Engineering Lab - Markhov Analysis/Que Analyzer System. A demonstration of research in man-machine interaction through graphic language. Features: Kekl B. Irani, UM-Eng.; Victor Wallace, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, sound, 00:13:50, Neg. # 127, Pos. # 35)
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School Days: A Picture of Russian Education 1957 ([851831-AVEC-54])
(A Russian film on the Soviet's 10 year school program and concept of education. Describes the school days of Russian students from early grades through graduation. AVEC dubbed English translation, distributed for U.S. Comparative Education Society.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Pos. # 30)
 
Selective Gastric Vagatomy 1963 ([851831-AVEC-56])
(Film of UM Medical Center surgical procedure for treatment of duodenal ulcer. One of AVEC's best surgical films. Features: Richard Kraft, UM-Med.)
 
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Sociological Investigation in the Social Science Classroom ([851831-AVEC-58])
(Mid 1960's Plymouth (MI) High School teacher and class participate in unstaged discussion of social stereotypes based on physical appearance and race. A gifted teacher encourages critical thinking. Condensation of a week's class time.)
 
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Solar Flares 1959 ([851831-AVEC-59])
(Time lapse motion pictures of the sun's disc show major phenomena taking place, including sun spots, plagues, filaments, and prominences. Filmed at UM's McMath-Hulburt Observatory. First film to use telescope trained on sun over several years. Features: Oren C. Mohler, UM-Astron.)
 
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Solar Prominences 1948 ([851831-AVEC-61])
(Filmed in cooperation with the UM McMath-Hulburt Observatory, this b/w film uses time-lapse cinematography to portray the different types of gaseous clouds which float above the solar surface. This was the first production of the AVEC.)
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, silent, 00:11:17, Neg. # 27, Pos. # 80)
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Stamp of Approval 1975 ([851831-AVEC-62])
(Award winning film examines the discovery of the principle of metal stamping and looks at the development of the process from early 1900s to 1970s. Footage from Ford Motor Co. Woodhaven stamping plant shows the stamping process and early robotics. Features: George W. Williams, UM-TVC)
 
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Story of Maple Syrup circa 1952 ([851831-AVEC-63])
(Film about the "Sugarbush" of northeast Ann Arbor and preparation of maple syrup.)
 
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Story of the Bells circa 1936 ([851831-AVEC-64])
(Film about the Baird Carillons in Burton Tower at UM. Footage of the casting of the bells in England, finishing and playing the bells at the foundry with shots of the bell "works" and installation of the carillon in Burton Tower in 1936. (b/w sil.))
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, silent, 00:6:02 @ 18 fps., Neg. # 128, Pos. # 73)
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Urban-O-Drama ([851831-AVEC-65])
(An animated film illustrating the problems caused by urban racial polarization between predominantly black inner cities and predominantly white suburbs. A student film produced with the UM Economics Dept. and the Center for Afro-American Studies.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Pos. # 61)
 
We'll Remember Michigan ([851831-AVEC-67])
(Film on life at the University of Michigan, footage of campus buildings, student activities, lecture and classroom scenes, Ann Arbor night life, homecoming and the International Student Center. Made in cooperation with the UM Alumni Association. Features: Alexander Ruthven; George Brown, UM-Eng.; George Uhlenbeck, UM-Physics; William Paton, UM-Bus)
 
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Who Cares About the Huron River ([851831-AVEC-68])
(A film on the history of development along the Huron River, focuses on issues of pollution, water management, and recreational use. Andrew Tugg shot the river footage. One of the early environmental awareness films.)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, sound, 00:08:35, Pos. # 61)
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Who Cares About the Huron River ([851831-AVEC-69])
(Features some of the local Watershed Council personalities of the time. Produced with the UM School of Public Health, School of Natural resources and the Huron River Watershed Council.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Pos. # 62)
 
Rides and Pinholds ([851831-AVEC-70-3])
(Rides and Pinholds.; Part three of a series of training films for amateur wrestlers features instruction by UM wrestling coach Cliff Keen on techniques for rides and pinholds. Features: Cliff Keen-UM wrestling)
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, sound, 00:23:22, Neg. # 138, Pos. # 74)
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Escapes and Reversals ([851831-AVEC-70-2])
(Escapes and Reversals.; Part two of a series of training films for amateur wrestlers features instruction by UM wrestling coach Cliff Keen on techniques for rides and pinholds. Features: Cliff Keen-UM wrestling)
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, optical, 00:15:00, Pos. # 34)
 
School Days: A Picture of Russian Education 1957 ([851831-AVEC-55])
(A Russian film on the Soviet's 10 year school program and concept of education. Describes the school days of Russian students from early grades through graduation. AVEC dubbed English translation, distributed for U.S. Comparative Education Society.)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Pos. # 31)
 
Fires and Wires 1965 ([851831-AVEC-18])
(Film produced for UM Extension Service and Detroit Edison, a training film for emergency personnel on safety measures for handling electrical powerlines and wires. An award winning film. More prints of this film were sold than any other AVEC title. Features: George W. Williams, UM-TVC)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Neg. # 105, Pos. # 43)
 
We Came to Ann Arbor 1978 ([851831-AVEC-66])
(An Alumni Association sponsored film featuring scenes from UM campus and Ann Arbor including footage from 1930s, interviews with alumni who have returned to campus. Copy also at Series S. pos #3557)
 
Original: (16mm film, color, optical, 00:30:00, Pos. # 78)
 
Engineering School Fund Raising ([851831-AVEC-])
(see also Series S pos. no. 3405)
 
Original: (16mm film, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Pos. # 79)
 
Solar Prominences ([851831-AVEC-60])
 
Original: (16mm film, b/w, sound, ca. 00:30:00, Pos. # 80)
 
Series A, Accent: A Michigan Report [series]

Series A, "Accent: A Michigan Report" was produced from 1955 to 1961 as part of the University Television Hour. This series is a continuation of Series H under a new name.

 
Medical Education 1955 ([851831-A-27])
(Assistant Dean of UM Medical School discusses modern methods of medical education, admission requirements, and costs. Features: Wayne Whitaker, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #2, Pos. #1694)
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Voter's Choice, The 1955 ([851831-A-54])
(Campbell discuses the results of the 1948 and 1952 presidential elections, and how parties will proceed in 1956 elections, looks at how and when voters make up their minds. Features: Angus Campbell, UM-ISR, Samuel Eldersveld, UM-Pol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #3, Pos. #1693)
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Freshman English 1956 ([851831-A-15])
(Two English professors discuss and demonstrate the teaching of writing to freshmen. Features: John Weiner, UM-Engl.; William Steinhoff, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #5, Pos. #1698)
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Michigan Daily 1956 ([851831-A-28])
(Three Michigan Daily editors and a photographer describe the policies of the student newspaper Features: Lee Marks, Debra Durchslag, Michigan Daily editors; Donald Pearce, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #12, Pos. #1124)
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Little America V 1956 ([851831-A-25])
(UM geology professor describes Antarctica and reveals plans for his future expedition to polar continent. Features: James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #15, Pos. #1122)
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American Negro 1956 ([851831-A-2])
(Quarles, visiting professor of history at UM, discusses the contributions of the Negro to American culture. Features: Benjamin Quarles)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #18, Pos. #1109)
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Michigan Forests 1956 ([851831-A-29])
(Program follows the growth of a forest over 50 year period, demonstrates use of tree ring machine and other techniques to measure and monitor forest growth. Features: Stephen Spurr, UM-SNR; James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #23, Pos. #1098)
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Through the Iron Curtain 1956 ([851831-A-52])
(Angell, president of the Third World Congress of Sociology, relates his impressions of Iron Curtain sociologists and the state of the discipline there. Features: Robert Angell, UM-Pol.; Morris Janowitz, UM-Soc.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #24, Pos. #1099)
 
Ann Arbor Books 1956 ([851831-A-3])
(The story of Ann Arbor Books, the UM Press paperback line, looks at the impact of the paperback on publishing. Features: Fred D. Wieck, Dir. UM Press; John Muehl, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #25, Pos. #1195)
 
Football Saturday 1956 ([851831-A-13])
(Color film on Ann Arbor's transformation from quiet university town to Saturday football mecca.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #26, Pos. #348)
 
Progress on Wheels 1957 ([851831-A-41])
(Former Studebaker - Packard executive is interviewed about the new UM Automotive Engineering Laboratory. Features: William H. Graves, Supt. UM-Auto. Eng. Lab.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #39, Pos. #1214)
 
Philippine Islands 1957 ([851831-A-36])
(Peek, recently returned from the Philippines, gives a first hand report on political and economic problems facing the Philippines and their effect on U.S. policy. Features: George Peek, UM-Pol.; Philip Taylor, UM-Pol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #40, Pos. #1213)
 
International Student Center 1957 ([851831-A-21])
(Description of the UM International Center's work with foreign students on campus and in their native lands. Features: Janice Miller, UM-International Center)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #41, Pos. #361)
 
Princess Ida 1957 ([851831-A-38])
(Scenes from the UM Gilbert and Sullivan Society's production of "Princess Ida." Features: Gilbert and Sullivan Society)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #42, Pos. #1215)
 
Michigan's DaVinci 1957 ([851831-A-30])
(William Campbell, 85-year-old Michigan inventor, is interviewed about his early days in aviation. Features: William Campbell, inventor; Al Barnes, newspaperman)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #46, Pos. #1205)
 
Democracy in Action 1957 ([851831-A-10])
(Behind-the-scenes look at Wolverine Girls State, featuring sights and sounds of their political convention, address by Nancy Williams. Features: Nancy Williams)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #47, Pos. #1207)
 
Nike-Cajun Rocket, The 1957 ([851831-A-33])
(Look at how UM scientists will use Nike-Cajun rockets to study the upper atmosphere as part of the International Geophysical Year. Features: William Hanse, UM-ERI; James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #48, Pos. #1208)
 
Crisis in the Philippines 1957 ([851831-A-8])
(NYT reporter discusses the difficulties facing the Philippines following the death of President Magsaysay. Features: Robert Aura Smith, NYT; George Peek, UM-Pol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #51, Pos. #1071)
 
Sputnik 1957 ([851831-A-48])
(UM astronomers discuss their early sightings of Sputnik, and probable Russian launch techniques. Features: Edith Muller, UM-Astro.; William Liller, UM-Astro.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #58, Pos. #1074)
 
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Challenge of Soviet Science 1957 ([851831-A-6])
(Distinguished physicist and a mathematician familiar with Soviet science discuss recent Soviet technical advances and what it may mean for the future of civilization. Features: David Dennison, UM-Physics; A. J. Lohwater, UM-Math)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #60, Pos. #1073)
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Science Foundation: Better Teachers for Tomorrow's Scientists 1957 ([851831-A-42])
(UM's unique "Academic Year Institute" that allows science teachers to return to school for advanced work. Features: Leigh C. Anderson, UM-Chem.; A. J. Lohwater, UM-Math)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #62, Pos. #1075)
 
History Under Glass 1957 ([851831-A-19])
(A behind-the-scenes tour of a modern day exhibit museum. Features: Irving G. Reiman, Dir. UM Exhibit Museum)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #63, Pos. #1076)
 
A Scientist Looks at Morality 1957 ([851831-A-11-2])
(A Scientist Looks at Morality.; An informal discussion on the traditions of morality, focus on Angell's forthcoming book "Free Society and Moral Crisis." Features: Robert C. Angell, UM-Pol.; Morris Janowitz, UM-Soc.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #64, Pos. #369)
 
New Ideas in Libraries 1958 ([851831-A-32])
(A film tour of the UM Undergraduate Library, the first university library devoted to the needs of undergraduates, "one of the most unusual buildings in the world." Features: Roberta Keniston, UM-UGLI)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #81, Pos. #411)
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Your Social Security 1958 ([851831-A-46-1])
(Your Social Security.; Eight part series on the Social Security System. In this program series host Cohen discusses the range of social insurance and public welfare programs generally grouped under the title "Social Security." Features: Wilbur Cohen, UM-SW; Fedele Fauri, UM-SW)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #82, Pos. #1092)
 
Your Unemployment Insurance 1958 ([851831-A-46-2])
(Your Unemployment Insurance.; A look at the development of unemployment insurance and how it falls far short of the original intent. Features: Wilbur Cohen, UM-SW; Fedele Fauri, UM-SW)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #83, Pos. #1095)
 
Expanding Unemployment Insurance 1958 ([851831-A-46-3])
(Expanding Unemployment Insurance.; A discussion of proposals to expand coverage and benefits of unemployment insurance. Features: Wilbur Cohen, UM-SW; William Haber, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #84, Pos. #1096)
 
Your Old Age Insurance 1958 ([851831-A-46-4])
(Your Old Age Insurance.; An examination of how our growing aged population poses new problems for the social security system. Features: Wilbur Cohen, UM-SW)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #85, Pos. #1097)
 
The Big Questions 1958 ([851831-A-46-5])
(The Big Questions.; Examines proposals to change the eligibility requirements and benefits of social security system. Features: Wilbur Cohen, UM-SW; Robert Hamlin, HEW)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #86, Pos. #1194)
 
Your Health Insurance 1958 ([851831-A-46-6])
(Your Health Insurance.; Discusses problems of health insurance in the U.S., especially coverage for the aged and the poor. Features: Wilbur Cohen, UM-SW; Carl H. Fisher, UM-Bus.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #87, Pos. #1193)
 
Public Welfare Programs 1958 ([851831-A-46-7])
(Public Welfare Programs.; This discussion of public assistance programs points up the wide gaps among states providing financial relief. Features: Wilbur Cohen, UM-SW; Fedele Fauri, UM-SW)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #88, Pos. #1191)
 
The Future of Social Security 1958 ([851831-A-46-8])
(The Future of Social Security.; Discusses the serious gaps in the social security system and looks at possible remedies. Features: Wilbur Cohen, UM-SW; William Haber, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #89, Pos. #1188)
 
Of Lakes and Learning 1958 ([851831-A-34])
(A graphic survey of the vital role of water resources and education in the economic life of modern Michigan, features photographs of early college life in Michigan from the Michigan Historical Collections.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #91, Pos. #1187)
 
Great Lakes 1958 ([851831-A-17])
(A report on the research facilities of the UM's Great Lakes Research Institute Features: John Ayers, UM-GLRI; David Chandler, UM-Zool.; James Zumberg, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #92, Pos. #1184)
 
First Look at America, A 1958 ([851831-A-12])
(Glimpse of America as seen by the first settlers from paintings of John White at Roanoke in 1585.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #96, Pos. #414)
 
Profile of a Truck 1958 ([851831-A-40])
(A close-up view of a 22 wheeled, 2 story truck which will provide a unique visual survey of road conditions in Michigan. Features: William Housel, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #97, Pos. #1179)
 
Students on Stage 1958 ([851831-A-49])
(Administrators from Ann Arbor's Slausson Jr. High discuss presenting a student written operetta, scenes from the performance.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #98, Pos. #415)
 
Professor In Politics 1958 ([851831-A-39])
(Eldersveld discusses his dual role as professor of political science and mayor of Ann Arbor. Features: Samuel Eldersveld, UM-Pol.; Arthur Eastman, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #107, Pos. #1170)
 
Juried Show, A 1958 ([851831-A-22])
(Iglehart and Sawyer serve as jurors at show of paintings by UM artists. Features: Robert Iglehart, UM-Art; Charles Sawyer, Dir. UM Museum of Art)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #110, Pos. #425)
 
Sculptured World, The 1958 ([851831-A-43])
(A look at contemporary sculpture through the work of five UM artists. Features: Chet LaMore, UM-Art; Robert Iglehart, UM-Art)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #111, Pos. #426)
 
The Nature of a University 1959 ([851831-A-11-5])
(The Nature of a Modern University.; The nature of a modern university is discussed by the dean of the UM College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Features: Roger Heyns, UM-Dean of LSU&A)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #119, Pos. #433)
 
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Immigrant Sings, The 1959 ([851831-A-20])
(Folksinger and professor tells the story of immigration through immigrant songs. Features: Neil Snortum, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #122, Pos. #437)
 
Shopping in the Mall 1959 ([851831-A-45])
(A landscape architect looks at the "downtown of tomorrow," the shopping mall. Features: William Johnson, UM-Landscape Arch.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #126, Pos. #439)
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From Horses to Hardtops 1959 ([851831-A-16])
(The romance of the early days of motoring as seen in song, story, film, and historical photos. Features: Jay Bolt, UM-Eng.; Neil Snortum, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #128, Pos. #473)
 
Adventure in Education 1959 ([851831-A-1])
(The opening of the Dearborn Center campus of the University of Michigan is presented and its innovative program is discussed. Features: William Stirton, UM-Dearborn)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #136, Pos. #1164)
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What People Think of Politics 1959 ([851831-A-55])
(Look at citizen's political beliefs and voting behavior in the Detroit Area. Features: Daniel Katz, UM-Psych.; Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #140, Pos. #1155)
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Portrait of a Football Coach 1959 ([851831-A-37])
(Interview with new UM football coach Bump Elliot, includes clips of former UM football stars Tom Harmon, Ron Kramer and others. Features: Chalmers "Bump" Elliot, UM-Athl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #142, Pos. #1147)
 
Theater Restored, The 1959 ([851831-A-51])
(How the discovery of an ancient type of stage machinery enabled the duplication of an 18th century English stage setting in a UM Speech Dept. production of Sheridan's "The Rivals." Features: William Halstead, UM-Speech)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #145, Pos. #485)
 
Setting the Scene 1959 ([851831-A-44])
(UM geologist discusses the geological history and formation of some of Northern Michigan's scenic spots. Features: John Dorr, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #150, Pos. #489)
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Michigan's Economy 1959 ([851831-A-31])
(Two UM economists discuss the current and future problems of Michigan's economic growth. Features: Gardner Ackley, UM-Econ.; William Haber, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #151, Pos. #1315)
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Laws of Physics 1959 ([851831-A-24])
(The basic law of physics that governs rocket propulsion is explained. Features: Samuel Krimm, UM-Physics)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #152, Pos. #1316)
 
Foreign Students 1959 ([851831-A-14])
(Arthur Milne, director of the UM International Center, discusses its program and the services it offers, a panel of international students discuss the problems international students face on campus. Features: Arthur Milne, UM-Int. Cntr.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #153, Pos. #490)
 
Atoms and Men 1959 ([851831-A-4-1])
(Dr. Warren, the first director of the division of Medicine and Biology of the Atomic Energy Commission, discusses effects of atomic radiation on the human body and the difficulties in establishing safe levels of radiation exposure. Features: Shields Warren)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #157, Pos. #1282)
 
Atoms and Men 1959 ([851831-A-4-2])
(Continues discussion by director of the Medicine and Biology division of the Atomic Energy Commission on the effects of atomic radiation on humans and the setting of radiation exposure standards. Features: Shields Warren)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #158, Pos. #1283)
 
Lumber Lore 1960 ([851831-A-26])
(Photographs from the heyday of the lumberjack tell the story of lumbering in the lake states before 1900.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #160)
 
Toledo War, The 1960 ([851831-A-53])
(The story of the Michigan-Ohio boundary line dispute, with Michigan obtaining the Upper Peninsula as compensation for the loss of the "Toledo Strip.")
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #161, Pos. #498)
 
Talk with Harold Stassen 1960 ([851831-A-50])
(After four years of study of world disarmament, Stassen offers a plan for nuclear inspection. Features: Harold Stassen)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #163, Pos. #1314)
 
Christianity and Foreign Policy 1960 ([851831-A-7])
(Stassen urges that U.S. foreign policy be determined by Christian philosophy and not by national self-interest. Features: Harold Stassen)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #164, Pos. #1332)
 
The Population Explosion 1960 ([851831-A-11-6])
(The Population Explosion. Two UM professors discuss the dangers of expanded population to our way of life. Features: Marston Bates, UM-Zool.; Arthur Eastman, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #166, Pos. #501)
 
Politics 1960 ([851831-A-5-9])
(Politics.; Chairmen of the Michigan Democratic and Republican parties draw on their experiences to give high school students information on careers in politics. Features: Neil Staebler; Lawrence Lindermer)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #175, Pos. #543)
 
Our Growing Population 1960 ([851831-A-35])
(Impact of the population explosion on American society is discussed by UM expert in population studies. Features: Ronald Freeman, UM-Soc.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #189, Pos. #1331)
 
Sound of a Different School Bell 1960 ([851831-A-47])
(Welsh and Rubin discuss the new teaching technology, teaching machines, television, film. Features: Robert Walsh, UM-Speech; Gene Rubin, UM-CRLT)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #196, Pos. #557)
 
Latest in Lasers, The 1960 ([851831-A-23])
(Examines what the laser is, looks at its current and potential uses. Features: Dan Spaulding; Lloyd Cross)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #197, Pos. #558)
 
Hamada 1960 ([851831-A-18])
(Interview and pottery demonstration by Hamada, Japan's leading folk potter and director of the national folk museum. He was on campus as part of the sesquicentennial celebration. (Color film.) Features: Hamada)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #200, Pos. #561)
 
Series B, Understanding Our World [series]

Series B consists of individual programs of general interest broadcast under the title "Understanding Our World" (UOW). The series does include a few multi-part programs. The series was initially broadcast live over WOOD-TV, Grand Rapids, 1952-1953, and later recorded on film or tape and broadcast as part of the UM Television Hour, 1954-1982. The programs cover a wide variety of content, usually hosted by or featuring university faculty, but a number feature prominent visitors to campus such as Eleanor Roosevelt, Christiaan Barnard and Arthur Miller. The programs were thirty minutes long. Most were black and white, tough later programs recorded on videotape were sometimes done in color

 
Aleutian Islands 1954-55
 
Life or Death for the Aleuts 1954-1955 ([851831-B-1-1])
(Using film, slides and photographs taken on a UM sponsored expedition to the Aleutian Islands, Bank discusses the cultural development of the Aleuts and pressures on their population and society from white encroachment. Features: Ted Bank, Dir. UM Aleutian Expedition)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #9, Pos. #34)
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Uncovering an Ancient People 1954-1955 ([851831-B-1-2])
(Program looks at the work of the UM archeological expedition to the Aleutian Islands, giving viewers an idea of how an archeological exploration is carried out. Features: Ted Bank, Dir. UM Aleutian Expedition)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #10, Pos. #72)
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Backdoor to Siberia 1954-1955 ([851831-B-1-3])
(An examination of the economic and strategic importance of the Bering Sea and the difficulty the U.S. faces in protecting the Aleutian Islands Features: Ted Bank, Dir. UM Aleutian Expedition)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #11, Pos. #32)
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Wind, Rock, Ice: Aleut Adventure 1954-1955 ([851831-B-1-4])
(An inside look at the organizing and outfitting of a scientific archeological expedition, films and photographs help recount some of the experiences of the expedition, including film of the climbing of Mt. Sitka. Features: Ted Bank, Dir. UM Aleutian Expedition)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #12, Pos. #30)
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Drugstore Revolution 1954-1955 ([851831-B-2])
(Traces the changes in the control and distribution of pharmaceutical drugs from colonial times to the present, focuses on the introduction of state legislation and the beginning of pharmacy education in which UM pioneered. Features: Tom D. Rowe, UM-Pharm.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #13, Pos. #29)
 
Nuclear Conference Speakers 1954-1955
 
Nuclear Conference Speakers (part 1) 1954-1955 ([851831-B-3-1])
(Experts from the International Conference on Nuclear Engineering held on the UM campus discuss prospects for peaceful use of nuclear energy, the vulnerability of cities to nuclear attack, and civil defense plans in the event of nuclear catastrophe. Features: F.J. Van Antwerpen; Clarence E. Larson; Oliver Townshend; Alton Donnell; John J. Grebe)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #17, Pos. #26)
 
Nuclear Conference Speakers, (part 2) 1954-1955 ([851831-B-3-2])
(Experts from the International Congress on Nuclear Engineering held on the UM campus discuss the problems of public information and censorship in relation to nuclear energy. Features: Stephen Withey, UM-ISR; Morse Salisbury; James Beckerly; Watson Davis; James Barkner)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #18, Pos. #23)
 
Women in the World of Man 1954-1955
(A six part series featuring highlights from a UM summer session course on "Women in the World Of Man.")
 
Women in the World of Man 1954-1955 ([851831-B-4-1])
(This program is a panel discussion on the role of women in contemporary times. Features: Morris Janowitz, UM-Soc.; Harold Dorr, UM-Ed.; N. Edd Miller, UM-Ed; Mary C. Bromage.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #19, Pos. #20)
 
Women in the World of Man 1954-1955 ([851831-B-4-2])
(White, president of Mills College, Oakland, Cal., opens with comments on women in higher education followed by panel discussion. Features: Marvin Niehuss, UM-V.P.; Helen Dodson, UM-Astron.; Algo D. Henderson, UM-Ed.; Lynn T. White)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #20, Pos. #18)
 
Women in the World of Man 1954-1955 ([851831-B-4-3])
(Janowitz leads his UM seminar in a panel discussion on the changes and conflicts in women's role in modern society. Features: Morris Janowitz, UM-Soc.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #21, Pos. #17)
 
Women in the World of Man 1954-1955 ([851831-B-4-4])
(Curator of the Oriental Division of the UM Museum of Anthropology, discusses "Articles of Adornment" and displays rare items of women's clothing from around the world from the UM collection. Features: Kamer Aga-Oglu, UM Anthro. Museum; Frances Clark Sayers, children's author)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #22, Pos. #16)
 
The Dancer's Heritage 1954-1955 ([851831-B-5-5])
(The Dancer's Heritage; New York Tribune dance critic and a leading contemporary dancer discuss the history of dance and demonstrate the modern dance technique that has made America's dance the most progressive in the world. Features: Walter Terry; Myra Kinch)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #23, Pos. #14)
 
Women in the World of Man 1954-1955 ([851831-B-5-6])
(Leading New York abstractionist painter and lecturer on art theory presents highlights from her recent talk at UM titled "Women and Dimensions in Art" illustrated by some of her own paintings. Features: Irene Rice Pereira)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #24, Pos. #13)
 
Baroque Trio 1954-1955 ([851831-B-6-1])
(The UM Baroque Trio, Mason on harpsichord, Hauenstein on flute and Mueller on oboe, plays music from the golden age of Bach. This program features a demonstration of the harpsichord. Features: Marilyn Mason, UM-Music; Nelson Hauenstein, UM-Music; Florian Mueller, UM-Music;)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #38, Pos. #150)
 
Bully, Dodge and Rush 1954-1955 ([851831-B-7])
(Films featuring the Women's International Hockey Championship tournament held at UM over Thanksgiving weekend 1954, Stewart explains how the game is played, The Irish National team is interviewed. Features: Helen Stewart, UM-Phy-Ed.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #40)
 
Baroque Trio 1954-1955 ([851831-B-8-2])
(The University of Michigan Baroque Trio plays three Bach sonatas. This program features an analysis of the sonata format. Features: Marilyn Mason, UM-Music; Nelson Hauenstein, UM-Music; Florian Mueller, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #43, Pos. #145)
 
Men's Glee Club 1955-1956 ([851831-B-9])
(The UM Men's Glee Club performs under direction of Philip Duey, including a medley of UM songs. Features: Philip Duey, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #48)
 
Captured by Indians 1955-1956 ([851831-B-10])
(Peckham narrates the story of Alexander Henry's capture by Indians at Fort Mackinac in 1765. Features: Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #50, Pos. #89)
 
Transportation Horizons Unlimited 1955 ([851831-B-14])
(Three specialists in the areas of auto needs, highway design, and aviation engineering display pictures of transportation needs definitely coming in the next 20 years and drawings of their conceptions of travel in the year 2000. Features: Aarre K. Lahti, UM-Arch.; J.P. Buckley; Peter Altman)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #66, Pos. #251)
 
Michigan Week 1955-1956
 
Literature and the Arts 1955-1956 ([851831-B-11-1])
(Literature and the Arts; Haugh discusses four Michigan authors and their books, Walton explains how Michigan's folklore is seen in her various types of folk songs. Features: Donald Pearce, UM-Engl.; Robert Haugh, UM-Engl.; Ivan Walton, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #57, Pos. #81)
 
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Arts and Crafts 1955-1956 ([851831-B-12-2])
(Arts and Crafts; Unusual Michigan hobbies are described on this program including the art of lapidary - cutting, polishing and faceting stone, wood carving, and a 72 foot painting depicting scenes from the artist's Michigan boyhood. Features: Kurt Neuman; Rev. A. Allison; Jacob Lunde)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #58)
 
Baroque Trio 1954-1955 ([851831-B-13-3])
(The University of Michigan Baroque Trio performs music of the Baroque Period. Program host Donald Pearce traces the history of the Baroque Period in art, literature, science, and politics. Features: Marilyn Mason, UM-Music; Nelson Hauenstein, UM-Music; Florian Mueller, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #61, Pos. #242)
 
People Choose, The 1955-1956 ([851831-B-14])
(Chairman of UM Political Science department and two Michigan elected officials discuss the workings of the two-party system. Features: James K. Pollock, UM-Pol.; Lt. Gov. Phil Hart; House Speaker Wade Van Valkenburg)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #67, Pos. #250)
 
Future of Northern Michigan 1955-1956 ([851831-B-16])
(Four leading Northern Michigan citizens, a UM-Regent, chairman of the Mackinac Bridge Authority, an official of the Cleveland Cliffs Mining Company, and Director of the Conservation Commission discuss the economic development of Northern Michigan. Features: J. Herbert Manistique; Prentiss Brown; Walter F. Gries; Gerald E. Eddy)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #68, Pos. #248)
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Labor in Michigan 1955-1956 ([851831-B-17])
(President of the United Auto Workers Union discusses past and present labor policies, gives his views on the guaranteed annual wage, automation, and worker incentive. Features: William Haber, UM-Econ.; Walter Reuther, UAW)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #69)
 
Folklore 1955-1956 ([851831-B-18])
(Fiddler Patrick Bonner of Beaver Island, folk singer Ed Vandenberg and the world famous Klompen Dancers from the Holland Tulip Time Festival entertain from the rich heritage of Michigan.(beginning damaged) Features: Ivan Walton, UM-Engl.; Patrick Bonner; Ed Vandenberg)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #70, Pos. #247)
 
The 108,000 Mile Test 1955-1956 ([851831-B-19])
(Assistant Supervisor of the State Highway Department Lab explains how the lab tests the road building materials which go into the state's 108,000 miles of roads. Features: Donald Pearce, UM-English; Frank Legg)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #74, Pos. #260)
 
Mason of Michigan, The 1955-1956 ([851831-B-20])
(A special drama telling how Michigan acquired the Upper Peninsula through a decision of Michigan's first governor, Steven T. Mason, at the time of Michigan's admission to the Union.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #75, Pos. #255)
 
Flight in the Laboratory 1955-1956 ([851831-B-21])
(The story of aircraft designing and testing by the use of new "mechanical brain" computers, film of guided missile takeoff and flight. Features: Robert M. Howe, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #77, Pos. #187)
 
Buildings and Atomic Blasts 1955-1956 ([851831-B-22])
(A visual tour of atomic destruction combined with designs for buildings in this atomic age. Features: Bruce Johnston, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #78, Pos. #186)
 
Transportation Giant 1955-1956 ([851831-B-23])
(Railroad expert reports, through pictures and models, on the latest developments in the science of railroading. Features: Clinton Heimbach, UM-Civ. Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #80, Pos. #184)
 
Power for Peace 1955 ([851831-B-24])
(A political scientist examines the impact of atom-produced electricity on the world political scene. Features: Daniel Wit, UM-Pol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #85, Pos. #189)
 
Life on Display 1955-1956 ([851831-B-25])
(Staff members of the UM Museum discuss and demonstrate the creation of life-like natural science exhibits. Features: Irving G. Reiman; Robert S. Butsch; William A. Lunk)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #88)
 
Army and the State, The 1955-1956 ([851831-B-26])
(A report on the military organization of Germany and Italy looks at how a military elite has in the past exercised great power in those countries, discusses how large, peace-time, standing armies could affect democracies. Features: Morris Janowitz, UM-Soc.; Richard LeBlond)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #89)
 
Mission of Michigan 1956-1957 ([851831-B-27])
(Hatcher and V.P.s for academic affairs and finance discuss the development of the university and it mission, the quality of its faculty, how building construction is financed, and the need for increased funds to meet increased enrollment. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Marvin Niehuss, UM-V.P.; Wilbur K. Pierpont, UM-V.P.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #93, Pos. #1910)
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Stanley Quartet 1956-1957 ([851831-B-28])
(The University of Michigan Stanley Quartet performs music of Mozart in a special program of chamber music to mark the 200th anniversary of the composer's birth. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Donald Pearce, UM-Engl.; Stanley Quartet)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #94, Pos. #357)
 
Economic Planning 1956-1957 ([851831-B-29-1])
(Economic Planning.; Director of the Foundation for Human Behavior and two Asian economists compare Asian and American economic development as part of a week long conference held at UM to promote "people to people" diplomacy. Features: Charles Remer, UM-Econ.; Samuel Hayes; V.K.R.V. Rao)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #100, Pos. #339)
 
Human Values 1956-1957 ([851831-B-29-2])
(Human Values.; Presidents of three Asian Universities discuss how the Asian contemplative spirit protects human values during the transition into industrial nations as part of a week long conference at UM to promote "people to people" diplomacy. Features: Charles Odegaard, UM-English; Robert Angell, UM-Pol.; Vidal Tan; Badher Djohan)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #101, Pos. #345)
 
Fire College 1956 ([851831-B-30])
(Documentary on the UM sponsored "Fire College" surveys the activities of a typical state conference of firemen, including demonstrations of the newest devices such as the Geiger counter.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #106, Pos. #323)
 
Civic Orchestra 1956-1957 ([851831-B-31])
(Documentary surveys the increasing interest in civic orchestras, features the Midland Spring Festival, the Northwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra, and the Jackson Symphony Orchestra.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #108, Pos. #328)
 
American Negro 1956-1957 ([851831-B-32])
(Visiting UM professor of history discusses the contributions of the Negro to American culture through history and the world of art, part of show focuses on eight New York painters and features paintings and drawings by representative Negro artists. Features: Benjamin Quarles; Robert Iglehart, UM-Art)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #112, Pos. #320)
 
Gas Turbines 1956-1957 ([851831-B-33])
(Focusing on research being done at the UM Automotive Engineering Laboratory, program looks at how gas turbine blades are made, and their application to modern jet aircraft and tomorrow's cars. Features: Richard Flinn, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #113, Pos. #322)
 
General Welfare, The 1956-1957 ([851831-B-34])
(A conversation about the modern conception of the "welfare state," and its implications in American democracy. Features: William Haber, UM-Econ.; Wilbur Cohen, UM-SW)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #115, Pos. #293)
 
Social Workers, The 1956-1957 ([851831-B-36])
(A dramatized case study showing the social worker in action and comment by three social work educators. Features: Fedele Fauri, UM-SW; Elanor G. Cranefield, UM-SW; David G. French, UM-SW)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #120, Pos. #282)
 
American Home in Moscow, An 1956-1957 ([851831-B-37])
(UM professor who attended the All-Soviet Mathematical Conference gives his personal impressions of Moscow and assesses the state of Soviet engineering and science. Features: A.J. Lohwater, UM-Math.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #123, Pos. #277)
 
Soviet Germany, 1956 1956-1957 ([851831-B-38])
(Two members of a special study group on the Soviet German Economy at the Center for International Studies at MIT give an in depth analysis of Soviet Germany's economy and way of life. Features: Wolfgang Stolper, UM-Econ.; Karl Roskamp, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #124)
 
Growth of Forests 1956-1957 ([851831-B-39])
(Program follows the growth of a tree plantation over fifty years, showing techniques used by foresters to predict forest development. Features demonstration of unique tree-ring machine to measure tree growth and other foresters tools. Features: Stephen H. Spurr, UM-SNR; James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #129, Pos. #270)
 
Salute to Solomos 1956-1957 ([851831-B-40])
(Program shown in U.S. and Greece to commemorate 100th anniversary of the death of Dionisios Solomos, the Greek national poet, features performance by the Michigan Singers and Greek-American dance groups. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Warren E. Blake, UM-Class.; Maynard Klein)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #130, Pos. #273)
 
Split Ticket Voting 1957 ([851831-B-41])
(Analysis of the 1956 national election, emphasizing the importance of ticket-splitting in electing a President and Congress. Features: Angus Campbell, UM-Pol.; Warren Miller, UM-Pol.; Philip B. Taylor, UM-Pol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #142, Pos. #406)
 
Michigan Backstage 1957 ([851831-B-42])
(Program looks at the revival of community theatres, guests from various groups discuss the way their theatres got started and the problems and rewards of working in community theatres. Features: Hugh Norton, UM-Speech)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #145, Pos. #417)
 
Doctors for Michigan 1957-1958 ([851831-B-43])
(Deans of UM and Wayne State medical schools and Michigan Medical Society officials discuss the emergency conditions of medical education in Michigan. Features: A.C. Furstenberg, UM-Med.; Gordon Scott; Arch Walls; L. Fernald Foster)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #146, Pos. #396)
 
Art and Nature 1957-1958 ([851831-B-44])
(A look at Eskimo sculpture, a unique art expression of man's relationship to himself and the world around him, featuring works from the collection of Eugene Power. Features: John Bardach, UM-SNR; Thomas Larkin, UM-Art)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #153, Pos. #3186)
 
America Builds 1957-1958 ([851831-B-45])
(Using photographs and slides from the 19th and 20th centuries, Eaton shows what bold new adventures in living modern architecture is creating, demonstrating how modern homes emphasize the "unity of living." Features: Leonard K. Eaton, UM-Arch.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #154, Pos. #3179)
 
An Opera Emerges 1957-1958 ([851831-B-46])
(Behind the scenes of an UM opera production: candid visits, via documentary film, of music and drama rehearsals, costume and scenery design, lighting and make-up. Features: Josef Blatt, UM-Music; Hugh Z. Norton, UM-Speech)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #158, Pos. #448)
 
State Prison of Southern Michigan 1957-1958 ([851831-B-47])
(Candid films and interviews from "inside the walls" of Jackson's State Prison of Southern Michigan, largest walled prison in the world. Features: William Barren; Gus Harrison)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #159, Pos. #449)
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Basketball, Bill Perigo, UM Coach 1957-1958 ([851831-B-48])
(Michigan basketball coach looks at the Wolverines in action against Minnesota and Michigan State, and tells how to spot the fine points which make basketball the exciting game it is. Features: Bill Perigo, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #161)
 
People Decide, The 1957-1958 ([851831-B-49])
(Analysis of voting behavior and why people take stands on important issues in a national election is revealed through results of a UM Survey Research Center study. Features: Warren Miller, UM-Pol.; George Peek, UM-Pol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #165, Pos. #442)
 
Music and the Composer 1957-1958 ([851831-B-50])
(A conversation with the distinguished American composer and UM composer in residence, and a performance of his Quartet #7 by the Stanley Quartet. Features: Ross Lee Finney, UM-Music; Stanley Quartet)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #166, Pos. #444)
 
Sounds of Christmas 1957-1958 ([851831-B-51])
(Burton Tower carillon, a UM percussion orchestra, and the UM Men's Glee Club provide an unusual juxtaposition of beloved Christmas traditions and contemporary imagination in music and story. Features: Percival Price, UM-Carillonneur; Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Men's Glee Club)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #168, Pos. #429)
 
Western Europe 1957-1958 ([851831-B-52])
(Roundtable discussion of political and economic problems facing Western Europe as seen by UM faculty members familiar with current conditions. Features: Henry Bretton, UM-Pol; George Peek, UM-Pol; Wolgan Stolper, UM-Econ; Preston Slosson, UM-Hist)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #169, Pos. #431)
 
Portrait of a Socialist 1957-1958 ([851831-B-53])
(Thomas, leader of the American socialist movement, reflects on his career, his socialist philosophy, and on world politics. Features: Norman Thomas; William Haber, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #175, Pos. #467)
 
Atoll in the Pacific 1957-1958 ([851831-B-54])
(A University biologist reports on a visit to an island paradise in the South Seas where he studied the land and its people. Features: Marston Bates, UM-Biology)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #176, Pos. #468)
 
Portrait of a Writer 1957-1958 ([851831-B-55])
(Graves, distinguished English poet, critic, and novelist, talks about poets and poetry and reads from his own works. Features: Allan Seager, UM-English; Robert Graves)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #177, Pos. #469)
 
Portrait of a Public Servant 1957-1958 ([851831-B-56])
(Sen. Paul Douglas of Illinois discusses the nature of politics and several of the current issues before Congress: economic recession and presidential disability. Features: Samuel Eldersveld, UM-Pol.; Sen. Paul H. Douglas)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #179, Pos. #465)
 
Vivaldi: The Red Priest of Venice 1958-1959 ([851831-B-57])
(Seldom heard sonatas by Antonio Vivaldi, Baroque composer, performed by the UM Baroque Trio. Features: Nelson Hauenstein, Florian Mueller, Marilyn Mason, Howard Rarig, all UM-Music; Baroque Trio)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #182, Pos. #2700)
 
Students Speak Out 1958-1959 ([851831-B-57])
(Eight outstanding high school students present their views on how modern education can meet the challenge of today's changing world.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #183, Pos. #462)
 
Water Wonder 1958-1959 ([851831-B-59])
(Two specialists in water resources present a graphic survey of Michigan's water wealth, needs and problems. Features: Robert Dils, UM-SNR; Karl Lagler, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #185, Pos. #671)
 
Your State Constitution 1958-1959 ([851831-B-60])
(The procedures, problems and benefits of constitutional revision are analyzed by three UM political scientists. Features: Arthur W. Bromage, UM-Pol.; John W. Lederle, UM-Pol.; George Peek, UM-Pol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #187, Pos. #673)
 
Temple of Tomorrow 1958-1959 ([851831-B-61])
(A film visit to the General Motors Technical Center, a modern temple of steel, glass, and brick dedicated to research for a better tomorrow. Features: Leonard K. Eaton, UM-Arch.; Walter B. Sanders, UM-Arch.; John J. Cronin)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #193, Pos. #662)
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Legacy of Music 1958-1959 ([851831-B-62])
(Performances on lute, guitar, and basset horn highlight a look at the UM Stearns Collection, second largest collection of rare musical instruments in the United States. Features: William Stubbins, UM-Music; Robert Warner, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #202, Pos. #692)
 
Battle for the Mind 1958-1959 ([851831-B-63])
(Psychologist and chairman of UM Dept. of Military Science and Tactics analyze the indoctrination techniques used by the Chinese on American prisoners during the Korean War. Features: James McConnell, UM-Psych.; Ernest Woodman, UM-Mil. Sci.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #203, Pos. #681)
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Music in the Wind 1958-1959 ([851831-B-64])
(Contemporary music by UM faculty composers, performed by the UM Woodwind Quintet. Features: Woodwind Quintet)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #204, Pos. #682)
 
Margaret Mead: A Portrait 1958-1959 ([851831-B-65])
(Noted anthropologist and author comments on life in the United States today and tells how she came to be an anthropologist. Features: Margaret Mead)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #211, Pos. #539)
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Language by Gesture 1958-1959 ([851831-B-66])
(An unrehearsed meeting between two people, each of whom speaks a language the other has never heard, demonstrates how you can learn language without the aid of a translator. Features: Kenneth Pike, UM-English)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #212, Pos. #2780)
 
Letters From Another World 1958-1959 ([851831-B-67])
(Examines how modern scholarship has found in ancient letters and documents a valuable source of history, features documents from the Kelsey Museum and the Michigan Manuscript Collection of the University Library. Features: O.M. Pearl, UM-Classics)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #214, Pos. #731)
 
Scourge of the Lakes 1958-1959 ([851831-B-68])
(Chief of Federal Great Lakes Fisheries Investigations discusses the successful thirteen year war waged by the weapons of modern science against the sea lamprey, deadly and destructive Great Lakes invader. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.; James W. Moffett)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #215, Pos. #565)
 
Eleanor Roosevelt: A Portrait 1958-1959 ([851831-B-69])
(Eleanor Roosevelt discusses present world problems. Features: Eleanor Roosevelt; Samuel Eldersveld, UM-Pol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #219, Pos. #580)
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Dancing Science, The 1958-1959 ([851831-B-70])
(A fantastic performance by tiny cast iron balls illustrates the phenomena of "electrospherics" and "magnetoshperics" discovered by UM professor Moore. Features: A.D. Moore, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #220, Pos. #583)
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Worksongs and Chanteys 1958-1959 ([851831-B-71])
(Folk singer and English teacher, presents songs men sing while working, including lumberman's songs of Northern Michigan. Features: Niel Snortum, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #223, Pos. #587)
 
Metals Under the Microscope 1958-1959 ([851831-B-72])
(UM metallurgist shows the strain resistant properties of the metals used in your automobile. Features: Richard Flinn, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #224, Pos. #588)
 
Four Alaskas, The 1958-1959 ([851831-B-74])
(Program examines the lands, resources, and ways of life of the four great regions of Alaska. Features: William Benninghoff, UM-Bot.; Karl Lagler, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #225, Pos. #589)
 
Fools, Facts and Statistics 1958-1959 ([851831-B-74])
(Examples of common errors in presentation and interpretation of statistics help you evaluate charts, graphs, and survey figures. Features: Richard Remington, UM-SPH; Douglas Chapman, UM-SPH)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #229, Pos. #595)
 
Research Ann Arbor 1958-1959 ([851831-B-75])
(Atomic energy, aphasia, and new kinds of art are surveyed in report on current research at UM. Features: J.B. Bullock, UM-Eng.; Harlan Bloomer, UM-Speech; Richard Jennings, UM-Art)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #231, Pos. #597)
 
Images of Michigan 1958-1959 ([851831-B-76])
(Three Michigan artists --a writer, an operetta composer, and a painter-- show how the heritage and history of Michigan have provided rich material for their work. Features: Al Barnes; Cynthia Dodge; Edward Anthony)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #232, Pos. #599)
 
Business of Your Own, A 1958-1959 ([851831-B-77])
(Three successful small manufacturers discuss the role of small business and the possibility of starting such a business today. Features: William Hoad, UM-Bus.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #237, Pos. #601)
 
Man with a Baton 1958-1959 ([851831-B-78])
(Thor Johnson, American conductor, airs his views on serious music in America today. Features: Gail Rector, UM-Musical Society; Thor Johnson)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #239, Pos. #2851)
 
Last Days of a Consulate 1959 ([851831-B-79])
(Former American consul for Peking, provides an exciting eye-witness account of the Chinese Communist 1950 takeover of the American consular property in China. Features: James Crump, UM-Far East. Lang.; Howard L. Boorman)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #241, Pos. #631)
 
Ox, Horse, and Camel 1959 ([851831-B-80])
(Story of the development of our alphabet, from picture writing to present day is told and illustrated by two UM professors of design and an editor of the Middle English Dictionary. Features: Leonard Zamiska, UM-Arch.; Sherman Kuhn, UM-Eng.; Philip Davis, UM-Arch.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #242, Pos. #633)
 
Horseless Age, The 1959 ([851831-B-81])
(Saga of the American automobile, seen in song, story, film, and historical photos. Features: Jay Bolt, UM-Eng.; Neil Snortum, UM-English)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #243, Pos. #653)
 
View of Russia, A 1959 ([851831-B-82])
(UM President Harlan Hatcher reports on his 15,000 mile trip through Russia investigating the educational system of the Soviets. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #244, Pos. #655)
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Toads, Mushrooms and Men 1959 ([851831-B-83])
(An introduction to the world of mushrooms and mushroom hunting by the author of "Mushroom Hunters Field Guide." Features: Alexander Smith, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #245, Pos. #658)
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Pictures of Pasternak 1959 ([851831-B-84])
(A look at the Nobel prizewinning author, Boris Pasternak, through his life, his writings, and his correspondence with his American translator Eugene Kayden. Features: Eugene Kayden)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #247, Pos. #675)
 
Interview with Max Lerner, An 1959 ([851831-B-85])
(Max Lerner, famous American man of letters, offers his views concerning the destiny of American civilization, the US-USSR power struggle, and the future of America as a world power. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.; Max Lerner)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #248, Pos. #677)
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Portrait of a Football Coach 1959 ([851831-B-86])
(UM head football coach "Bump" Elliot charts his wing T offense and answers oft-raised criticisms of college athletics. Features: Chalmers "Bump" Elliot, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #253)
 
Detroit Tomorrow 1959 ([851831-B-87])
(Using models and photographs, Detroit city planner describes the new Detroit rising up at the waterfront. Features: Philip Youtz, UM-Arch; Charles Blessing)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #254, Pos. #810)
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Message from Andromeda 1959 ([851831-B-88])
(The story of the UM's newest research tool, an 85 foot parabolic radio telescope at Peach Mountain, Michigan. Features: Fred Haddock, UM-Astronomy)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #257, Pos. #797)
 
Population Revolution, The 1959 ([851831-B-89])
(A UM population expert discusses the significance of family planning in determining the size of population and its effect on society. Features: Ronald Freedman, UM-Soc.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #260, Pos. #813)
 
Nuremberg Trials, The 1959 ([851831-B-90])
(The chief English prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials of German war criminals discusses the justice of that event. Features: Arthur Eastman, UM-English; Sir Hartley Shawcross)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #263, Pos. #811)
 
Scientific Gypsy, A 1960-1961 ([851831-B-91])
(A talk with Dr. Sidney Chapman, famed research scientist and president of the scientific committee which headed the International Geophysical Year. Features: Sidney Chapman, UM-IST; Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #272, Pos. #508)
 
In Pursuit of Excellence 1960-1961 ([851831-B-92])
(An interview with Pres. Whitehouse of Albion College, on the 125th anniversary of the school, provides insight into the role of the independent, church related, liberal arts college. Features: Arthur Eastman, UM-English; William W. Whitehouse, Pres. Albion College)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #274, Pos. #2677)
 
Americans in Transition 1960-61
 
Americans in Transition, part 1 1960-1961 ([851831-B-93-1])
(A Michigan Week special one hour documentary shot on location throughout the state honoring different nationality groups in Michigan. Features interviews with three generations of families from various ethnic groups. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #279, Pos. #504)
 
Americans in Transition 1960-1961 ([851831-B-93-2])
(Continues part 1. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #279, Pos. #511)
 
Portrait of a Composer 1960-1961 ([851831-B-94])
(UM composer discusses his life and work, including five years of study with Arnold Schoenberg. Features: Roberto Gerhard, UM-Music; Arthur Eastman, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #282, Pos. #514)
 
African Development 1960-1961 ([851831-B-95])
(Ambassador Halm of Ghana and Michigan Gov. G. Mennen Williams discuss African problems and potentials on show hosted by Detroit City Councilman William Patrick Jr. Features: G. Mennen Williams; W.M.Q. Halm; William T. Patrick, Jr.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #284, Pos. #515)
 
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Program for the Aged: Sen Wayne Morse 1960-1961 ([851831-B-96])
(U.S. Senator Wayne Morse discusses the problems of health care for the aged and expansion of social security benefits. Features: Woodrow Hunter, UM-Geron.; Sen. Wayne Morse; Clark Tibbits, HEW)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #289, Pos. #522)
 
Search for Industry, The 1960-1961 ([851831-B-97])
(Representatives of industry, labor, and government discuss how the citizens of Michigan seek to create new jobs. Features: Gardner Ackley, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #292, Pos. #701)
 
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Profile of a Music Pioneer 1960-1961 ([851831-B-98])
(Mukle, world renowned cellist and one of the first women to make a career as concert artist, discusses the struggles of women musicians in the Victorian Age, her association with suffragist Emmeline Pankhurst, and plays several selections. Features: Oliver Edel, UM-Music; Muy Mukle)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #293, Pos. #706)
 
Frontiers of the Law 1960-1961 ([851831-B-99])
(The education a student receives at UM Law school is briefly sketched and then a federal judge, an English barrister, and a New York attorney discuss the difficult problems new lawyers will face in the next decade. Features: John Brown; Lord Hartley Shawcross; Ralph Carson)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #297, Pos. #714)
 
Music from the University of Michigan 1960-1961 ([851831-B-100])
(A final performance by the University of Michigan Symphony Band before their trip to Russia. Features: William D. Revelli, UM-Music; Symphony Band)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #299, Pos. #711)
 
Interview with Ayn Rand, An 1961 ([851831-B-101])
(Ayn Rand, noted novelist, philosopher, and controversial figure on the modern intellectual scene, offers her views on the current intellectual crisis in American society. Features: James Mc'Connell, UM-Psych.; Ayn Rand)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #312, Pos. #739)
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Changing Africa 1961-1962 ([851831-B-102])
(Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs comments on U.S. policy toward African independence movements and on appeal of communist ideology in Africa. Features: G. Mennen Williams; Morris Bornstein, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #338, Pos. #789)
 
Schoolyards, Starlings and Scientists 1961-1962 ([851831-B-103])
(Three of the key health officials involved in unraveling the mystery of an outbreak of histoplasmosis in Milan, MI tell their story. Features: Horace Dodge, UM-Med.; Otto Engelke; John DeTar)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #344, Pos. #769)
 
Mountain Wolf Woman 1961-1962 ([851831-B-104])
(Story of Winnebago Indians is reflected in the life of Mountain Wolf Woman as told to a UM anthropologist who was adopted into the tribe. Features: Nancy O. Lurie, UM-Anthro.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #347, Pos. #771)
 
Press Conference: Robert Oppenheimer 1961-1962 ([851831-B-105])
(World renowned nuclear physicist comments on disarmament, civil defense, and the future of science at a special news conference. Features: J. Robert Oppenheimer)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #355, Pos. #776)
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Discovering Arithmetic: 4 + 4 = 13 1961-1962 ([851831-B-106])
(Professor Joseph Payne plays "Eskimo Arithmetic," counting in base five, with three youngsters and demonstrates new teaching methods emphasizing discovery over rote memorization. Features: Joseph Payne, UM-Ed.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #357, Pos. #755)
 
Peace Corps, The 1961-1962 ([851831-B-107])
(Interview with Peace Corps Director Sargent Shriver, includes footage of John Kennedy's speech announcing Peace Corps and Shriver's talk to Corps volunteers trained at Michigan. Features: Sargent Shriver; Arthur Eastman, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #359, Pos. #754)
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Group Worker, The 1962 ([851831-B-108])
(A documentary view of a twentieth century profession, the Group Worker examines this special type of social work. Features: Robert Vinter, UM-SW)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #364, Pos. #3081)
 
New Power: Nuclear Energy for Electricity 1962 ([851831-B-109])
(Four outstanding experts explore the rapidly developing field of nuclear-fueled power generation. Features: William Kerr, UM-Eng.; Samuel Estep, UM-Law; James Campbell; Robert Hartwell)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #366, Pos. #744)
 
What Shall It Profit? (Peace Corps) 1962 ([851831-B-249])
(Film documentary of Peace Corps training program at the University of Michigan, and discussion by program leaders. Features: Robert Leetsma, UM-Ed.; Harold Dorr, UM)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #377, Pos. #747)
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Freedom in Threatened Society 1962
(Ten part program hosted by Hugh Fleetwood, UM-Phil.)
 
Freedom and National Security 1962 ([851831-B-110-1])
(In this part UM faculty and state legislator discuss the communist threat, government loyalty-security programs and their impact on civil liberties. Features: Gilbert Bursley; Sanford Kadish, UM-Law; John Searle, UM-Phil.; Stephen Tonsor, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #375, Pos. #736)
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Freedom, Loyalty and Subversion 1962 ([851831-B-110-2])
(In this part University of Michigan faculty members discuss the nature and meaning of loyalty and disloyalty in a democratic nation. Features: Jerold Israel, UM-Law; Elton McNeil, UM-Psych.; John Searle, UM-Phil.,Stephen Tonsor, Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #378, Pos. #749)
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Freedom and the Press 1962 ([851831-B-110-3])
(University of Michigan faculty members investigate the range of problems affecting the rights, liberties and duties of the free press in America. Features: Ben Yablonky, UM-Jour.; John Searle, UM-Phil.; Stephen Tonsor, UM-Hist; Jerold Israel, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #379, Pos. #750)
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Freedom and Religion 1962 ([851831-B-110-4])
(University of Michigan faculty members examine the issue of church and state and offer their views on the nature and meaning of religious liberty and democratic freedom of religious conscience and expression. Features: Sanford Kadish, UM-Law; Gerhard Lenski, UM-Soc.; John Searle, UM-Phil.; Stephen Tonsor)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #380, Pos. #723)
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Freedom and Labor 1962 ([851831-B-110-5])
(University of Michigan authorities discuss the civil rights and basic freedoms of the American worker and the responsibilities of government, management and labor unions. Features: Sanford Kadish, UM-Law; Jerold Israel, UM-Law; Stephen Tonsor, UM-Hist; Albert Steigerwalt)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #384, Pos. #693)
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Freedom and Education 1962 ([851831-B-110-6])
(University of Michigan faculty authorities discuss academic freedom and academic responsibility as fundamental conditions of a free society. Features: Nicholas Kazarinof UM-Math.; Jerold Israel, UM-Law; Stephen Tonsor, UM-Hist.; Elton McNeil)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #386, Pos. #696)
 
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Freedom and Segregation 1962 ([851831-B-110-7])
(University of Michigan faculty members consider progress and problems in the democratic achievement of personal freedom and equality for all American citizens. Features: Ralph Gibson, UM-Med; Sanford Kadish, UM-Law; Jerold Israel, UM-Law; Stephen Tonsor, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #387, Pos. #700)
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Freedom and Police Practices 1962 ([851831-B-110-8])
(University of Michigan law professors examine the democratic guarantees of personal freedom and the right to safety and security of the individual against arbitrary action by government enforcement agencies. Features: Jerold Israel, UM-Law; Sanford Kadish, UM-Law, Stephen Tonsor; Edmund Devine, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #388, Pos. #728)
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Freedom and Censorship 1962 ([851831-B-110-9])
(A novelist and UM faculty members analyze the modern restriction on the democratic free enterprise of ideas and the major ideas involved in the public and private censorship of books, magazines, films, etc. (print damaged) Features: Stephen Tonsor, UM-Hist.; Jerold Israel, UM-Law; Sanford Kadish, UM-Law; Earl Karr)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #389, Pos. #920)
 
Freedom and Conformity 1962 ([851831-B-110-10])
(Freedom and Conformity.; University of Michigan faculty authorities discuss the conflict between individual freedom and the American citizen's urgent search for security in a modern age of anxiety. Features: John Pollard, UM-Med.; Sanford Kadish, UM-Law; Jerold Israel, UM-Law; Stephen Tonsor, UM-Hist)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #390, Pos. #729)
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Law and the Man of Property 1962 ([851831-B-111])
(Two University of Michigan law professors offer a close and revealing study of the legal meaning of ownership in the modern world. Features: Richard V. Wellman, UM-Law; Joseph Julin, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #385, Pos. #3168)
 
Overseas American, The 1962 ([851831-B-112])
(A United States Information Agency instructor questions Peace Corps volunteers in training at the University of Michigan about the U.S. as he plays the role of well informed foreigners. Features: Charles Vetter)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #391, Pos. #730)
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Top Women, The 1962 ([851831-B-113])
(Five top women business executives describe the difficulties of women in the business world in an informal panel discussion. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; Virginia Allen; Rita Bolitho; Nancy Roman, Hettie Smith)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #394, Pos. #817)
 
Ivan Goes to School 1962-1963 ([851831-B-114])
(A comparison is made between Russian and American systems of education by a University of Michigan professor of education and surprising similarities are pointed out. Features: William Medlin, UM-Ed.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #400, Pos. #822)
 
Robert Frost 1962-1963 ([851831-B-115])
(A special film documentary on Frost's press conference and lecture at UM less than a year before he died. Frost reads his poem "Never Again Will Birds' Song Be the Same." [Sound quality is poor in some sections] Features: Robert Frost; Donald Hall)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #401, Pos. #823)
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From Rebel to Reformer 1962 ([851831-B-116])
(The development of the American woman from her underprivileged 19th century position to her active role in reform movements today is analyzed and illustrated. A suffragette is interviewed as are members of LWV, WCTU, Planned Parenthood, and HOME Features: Robert Blood, UM-Soc.; Mrs George C. Grimes)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #404, Pos. #3008)
 
Conflict: The Sentinels 1963 ([851831-B-117-4])
(The Sentinels; A discussion of the increasing scope and responsibilities of America's military establishment with experts who have unique experiences working with the military in civilian capacities. Features: Elton McNeil, UM-Psych.; James K. Pollock, UM-Pol.; David Singer, UM-ISMRD)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #409, Pos. #760)
 
Heads and/or Tails 1963 ([851831-B-118])
(Memory transfer and cannibalism in flatworms, training flatworms to run mazes. UM scientists will discuss some new ideas about the nature of learning and memory based upon experiments conducted with flatworms. Features: Elton B. McNeill, UM-Psych; James McConnel, UM-Psych; John Bardach, UM Zool.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #411, Pos. #845)
 
Secretary of the Interior: Stewart Udall 1962-1963 ([851831-B-119])
(Sec. of the Interior Udall is interviewed by professors from the UM School of Natural Resources. Features: Stewart Udall; Stanley Cain, UM-SNR; Stephen Spurr, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #413, Pos. #848)
 
Hard Work If You Can Get It 1962-1963 ([851831-B-120])
(Peace Corps Program Officers for the Far East and West Africa programs discuss the different roles the Peace Corps plays: in the lives of individual volunteers, in the countries in which they serve, and in the domestic life of the U.S. Features: Arthur Mendel, UM-Hist.; Harold G. Tufty; John D. Rockefeller IV)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #416, Pos. #842)
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Perspective: Peace Corps 1962-1963 ([851831-B-121])
(Chief of Overseas Planning and Projects for the Peace Corps and UM history professor take a hard look at the Corps, past, present, and future. Features: Arthur Mendel, UM-Hist.; Warren Wiggins)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #417, Pos. #483)
 
Seventy Degrees South 1962-1963 ([851831-B-122])
(Swithinback, a leading Antarctic scientist and explorer will discuss the explorations and discoveries in Antarctica as well current studies and research. Features: Charles Swithinback, UM-IST; Charles Kelly, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #418, Pos. #838)
 
Sculpture from a Pump 1962-1963 ([851831-B-123])
(UM School of Architecture and Design faculty member and fountain designer discards concrete structure and creates sculptural shapes in water. Features: Richard Jennings, UM-Arch.; Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #419, Pos. #836)
 
Beyond Form 1962-1963 ([851831-B-124])
(The works, thoughts, and philosophy of a world renowned architect, Walter Breuer, are discussed by Breuer and chairman of the UM Department of Architecture. Features: Walter Saunders, UM-Arch.; Walter Breuer)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #420, Pos. #835)
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Through the Eyes of Children
 
Puppets and Puppeteers 1962-1963 ([851831-B-125])
(Puppets and Puppeteers; The famous Bixby marionettes of Saline, Michigan join storyteller Mary Ann Stevenson in portraying the tale of "Jack and the Beanstalk." A visit backstage to see how the puppeteers manipulate the marionettes. Features: Mary Ann Stevenson; Meredith Bixby)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #427, Pos. #2630)
 
Our Other Children 1963-1964 ([851831-B-126])
(A hopeful look at some grown-ups of tomorrow in the nation's inner city schools of today. Director of the Detroit chapter of the Great Cities Improvement Project discusses how the Project works with child, school and, community. Features: Henry Meyer, UM-SW; Carl Marburger)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #432, Pos. #830)
 
Report From Ann Arbor 1963-1964 ([851831-B-127])
(Harlan Hatcher, President of the University of Michigan describes his institution's present status to the people of the state. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #433, Pos. #832)
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Seatbelts for Survival 1963-1964 ([851831-B-128])
(The positive value of seatbelts are shown in a report of the research conducted by two UM Medical School professors. Features: Donald Huelke, UM-Med.; Paul Gikas, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #436, Pos. #853)
 
Encounter
 
Automation and Society 1963-1964 ([851831-B-129-1])
(Automation and Society.;Experts from the University of Michigan Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations and Bureau of Industrial Relations discuss the problems posed to the nation by automation. Features: Hyman Kornbluh, UM-ILIR, George S. Odiorne, UM-BIR, Arthur Mendel, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #446, Pos. #953)
 
Armament/Disarmament 1963-1964 ([851831-B-129-2])
(Armament/Disarmament.; Political scientist and mathematical theorist present their views on the arms race and its place in world society. Features: Anatol Rapaport, UM-Math; Harold Jacobson, UM-Pol.; Arthur Mendel, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #447, Pos. #952)
 
Perception of Fear 1963-1964 ([851831-B-129-3])
(Perception of Fear.; Internationally known UM expert on game theory examines international relations and the value of "game theory" in planning national strategy. Features: Anatol Rapaport, UM-Math; Arthur Mendel UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #448, Pos. #951)
 
Mass v. Excellence 1963-1964 ([851831-B-131-4])
(Mass v. Excellence.; Three UM scholars meet to debate "quality vs. quantity" in education, examining the pros and cons of establishing an intellectual elite. Features: Arnold S. Kaufman, UM-Phil.; Gerald F. Else, UM-Class.; Arthur Mendel, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #452, Pos. #947)
 
Report on Arms Control
 
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency 1963-1964 ([851831-B-130-1])
(Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.; Sen. Hubert Humphrey and staff members of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency report on the founding of the agency, its mission, and the U.S. effort to ease world tension by planning for disarmament. Features: Elton B. McNeil, UM-Psych.; Hubert Humphrey; Thomas Lough; Bernard Bechoefer)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #450, Pos. #949)
 
An Effort from Many Quarters 1963-1964 ([851831-B-130-2])
(An Effort From Many Quarters.; Efforts to control weaponry are viewed by UM psychologist Elton B. McNeil and representatives from government, industry, and private peace research groups. Features: Elton B. McNeil, UM-Psych.;)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #451, Pos. #948)
 
Kennedy Years, The 1963-1964 ([851831-B-132])
(Four UM professors discuss and appraise the presidency of the late president John Fitzgerald Kennedy Features: Joseph Kallenback, UM-Law; Sanford Kadish, UM-Law; Bradford