Film Archives -- 16mm -- color
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The James Abdnor Collection consists of four accessions of records documenting Abdnor's political career. The Congressional Records accessions are the largest, and contain correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, sound and video recordings, legislative bill files, campaign research, and other records documenting Abdnor's time in the U.S. House and Senate, and as the Administrator for the U.S. Small Business Administration. The Huron Field Office Files accession consists of...
Dates: 1903 - 2004
Unprocessed — Box 09292 E
Dates: November 11, 1950
Found in: South Dakota State Archives
Series — Box 9405 A
Identifier: ACC 2005-009:
Scope and Contents This accession contains a copy of the "Fare Thee West" film on 16mm color film, VHS tape, and DVD. The film is approximately 28 minutes long."Fare Thee West" is a promotional film created by the Publicity Division of the Department of HIghways in 1961. It emphasizes outdoor activities and locations in South Dakota, and was shown to groups to promote tourism in South Dakota. The film also contains extensive footage of “How the West Was Won” filming on-location in South Dakota. ...
Series — Box 9220
Identifier: ACC 2010-052:
Scope and Contents These films are preview prints which were sent to the Human Rights Director for the Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs in 1976 by the McGraw-Hill Book Company. They were intended for use in high school and college classrooms. Each film has a corresponding guide which includes a summary of the film, as well as discussion topics and suggested projects.
Dates: circa 1976
Identifier: ACC 82-151:
Scope and Contents Consists of original camera negatives and the final print version of the 1970 documentary film, “The Keystone Wye." The 28 minute color film was produced by Nauman Films, Inc. of Custer, SD from footage captured by the South Dakota Department of Transportation and documents the construction of the Keystone Wye in the Black Hills between 1966 and 1968. Designed by Clyde Jundt and Kenneth C. Wilson, the Keystone Wye bridge is a tri-level glued laminate timber bridge located at the interchange of...
Dates: circa 1970