Sandra Silberstein papers: 1973-1980
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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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Streaming File: (851831-FF210-2.flv)
 
Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-a])
(Horse riding; "Back to school again" (students return to campus); Footage includes Pres. Ruthven(?) on horseback; train station; campus policeman; Angell Hall; U. Hospital; Observatory; various deans and professors; aerial of campus; University of Michigan Athletic Department footage; Stadium; Basketball; Directors of Michigan's athletic program; Big 10 Track meet; Students on Diag and campus shots; Snowstorm on South U. Talent: Alexander Ruthven, UM-Pres. ;Fielding Yost, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 430)
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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?); Aerial footage of stadium and campus; Michigamua initiation - smoking ceremonial pipe on President's House lawn. Men loading cart. Talent: Bennie Friedman, Bennie Oosterbaan, Wallie Weber, Lewis Gilbert)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 150)
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Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-c])
(Football game (partially empty stadium); Marching band; Athletic medal ceremony (track?); Football game (partially empty stadium); Construction; Football game (partially empty stadium); Men in suits outside building; Men loading wagon; Ceremony; Aerial shots of campus from airplane; A tennis match; Michigamua initiation - smoking ceremonial pipe on President's House lawn; UM-ROTC members in class and on parade.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 250)
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Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-d])
(Biological station? - Camp Douglas?. (George La Rue, UM-Zool?); Unidentified people; Women's archery; Student Honor Society Initiations (Michiganua Triangle Barristers Vulcans); The Law Quadrangle; Deans; Varsity Track Team to California; Orientation Week; University of Michigan "White House" home of the president; Dark football game; People walking around campus; Campus shots; Female students exiting building; Female students exiting building (women in front of the Women's League?); Train station; More campus shots; Basketball; More campus shots; Medicine building; Honor Society initiations; Football team. Talent: George La Rue, UM-Zool.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w;col, sil, 440)
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Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-e])
(Footage of baseball game on Ferry Field; Band; Graduates marching past Econ; Alumni Memorial Hall; Building and assembly on Diag; Golf; Campus shots; Michigan Mason Hall; Haven Hall; Women's dormitories; Burton funeral procession (1925?); Cortege moves from the Burton residence to the cemetery through a lane of mourners.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 470)
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Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-f])
(University of Michigan "White House" home of the president; Faculty members (unidentified) do "some posing"; The "Frosh" win the Fall Games; Tug of War across Huron River; Football days at Ann Arbor (football game footage); Women's tennis; Laws play (field) hockey against the co-eds; Officers of the Alumni Association; T. Hawley Tapping (General Secretary of the Alumni Association and Editor of the Michigan Alumnus); Mrs. Lucile Beach Conger '04 (Executive Secretary of the Alumnae Council); Robert O. Morgan '31 (Secretary of the Class Council and Assistant General Secretary of the Alumni Association); Women in front of the Women's League(?); Parade (with Yost Field House sign: Gala Carnival: May 6 & 7); Track meet; Graduates in procession; Alumni back for reunions; Stadium shot. Talent: T. Hawley Tapping, UM-Alum. ;Lucile Beach Conger, UM-Alum. ;Robert O. Morgan, UM-Alum.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w;col, sil, 334)
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Alumni Association Film 1938 ([851831-FF-210-g])
(Secretary Shirley Smith and Mrs. Smith; Dean Bursley; Dean Anderson; Professor Margaret Elliot Tracy (with dog); Professor Margaret Bell; Dean Kraus; Dean Sadler; The President and Mrs. Ruthven (riding horses); Football: "Along with work fall brings the football season" (football, cheerleading); Marching band; Note about: Louis Elbel "Victors", the team of '98 and Louis Elbel watching a football game 1938(?) (Michigan vs. Illinois); "Conquerors of the West", various campus footage; "Christmas Breakfast" at Martha Cook dorm; Dr. Wiles' film. An REO-GRAM production? (Ann's story 1938/1939 school year - female students at the University of Michigan) Alice Lloyd (person 13:13) has role in film; Alumnae House. Talent: 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)
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Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-h])
(Glimpses of the University of Michigan, its buildings, its faculty, its student and campus life (prepared by the alumni association); Orientation week on the campus; Freshman are "initiated" in the ways of the university; "Looking down on education"; A forestry class goes into the field for study; Women's dormitories; "The majority of Michigan's `co-eds' are housed either in University Residences or in Sorority Houses"; Michigan Mason Hall; Laws play (field) hockey against the co-eds; Campus shots, physical laboratory; University Council leaving Angell Hall; University library, students, campus, professors, snow-covered campus; "Little shots of undergraduate `big shots' "; Athletic Department (track, baseball, football, band); Yost Arena. Talent: Alexander Ruthven, UM-Pres.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 420)
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Alumni Association Film 1930s ([851831-FF-210-I])
(Women cleaning a house (Female students at Alumnae House?); "College life has its lighter moments"; Students tobogganing, skiing; "Barbour Bay"; Swimming; Jack Wolin takes a few dives in the men's pool; Students bowling; Students playing ping pong; Dressed up students (top hats and dresses); Junior girls' play; Judiciary council interviewing applicants for league offices; Senior Society Banquet in the League; Toast to the League's tenth birthday; May Festival events; Senior Society Banquet in the League; Toast to the League's tenth birthday; May Festival events; Choral Union and Philadelphia Symphony orchestra; Mother's Day at Mosher-Jordan; "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity". Dog drinking from drinking fountain; Lilac time on the Boulevard; "They still picnic on the Huron"; Couple on canoe; Commencement Day; Taps. Talent: Myra B. Jordan, UM-Dean of Women ;Jack Wolin)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil)
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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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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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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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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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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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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)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 664, 00:18:32)
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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)
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 817, 00:22:46)
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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.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, b/w, sil, 1028, 00:28:31)
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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])
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 981, 00:27:17)
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-2])
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 959, 00:26:41)
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Operation Deep Freeze ([851831-FF-249-3])
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 1037, 00:28:50)
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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])
 
Original: (16mm film, neg, b/w, sil, 1234, 00:34:11)
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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.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof;sot;sot, 20;150;20;150)
 
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.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 205;205)
 
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.;)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof;sot, 20;150;50)
 
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.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sil;sil, 150;100)
 
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.)
 
Original: (16mm film, wp; neg, b/w;b/w, sof;sof, 250;250)
 
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.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 238, 00:07:15 @ 18fps)
DVD Box   6  
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Streaming File: (851831-FF298.flv)
 
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.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 00:08:40 @ 18 fps)
DVD Box   6  
Use copy: (DVD)
 
Streaming File: (851831-FF299.flv)
 
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.)
 
Original: (16mm film, pos, color, silent, 180, 00:06:34 @ 18fps)
DVD Box   6  
Use copy: (DVD)
 
Streaming File: (851831-FF301.flv)