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DVD -- Video Disc

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

Coverage of Governor Daugaard's Inauguration and Grand March, 2011

 Series — Box 08682 D
Identifier: ACC 2011-004:
Scope and Contents This accession consists of one DVD containing South Dakota Public Broadcasting’s coverage of the 2011 inaugural ceremonies and grand march for Governor Dennis Daugaard. (Duration - 1:58:58)
Dates: 2011

"Dakota Life" Episode Featuring State Archives, 2015

 Series — Box 9151 C
Identifier: ACC 2015-002:
Scope and Contents This series contains a DVD copy of Episode #1704 of the South Dakota Public Broadcasting program “Dakota Life,” which aired in January 2015. This episode features digitization projects throughout the state, including the State Archives. Contents of DVD have been added to the Archives Digital Collections for preservation purposes (2104 MB)
Dates: 2015

Film - "Fare Thee West", 1961

 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. ...
Dates: 1961

Governor's Residence, Inauguration, and War Memorial Files, 1936 - 2007

 Series
Identifier: ACC 2011-017:
Scope and Contents This collection is comprised of the records collected by Rick Jorgensen while working for the Office of Tourism. Subjects covered include the 2007 Inauguration of Governor Rounds to his second term, the dedication ceremonies of the Korean and Vietnam War memorials, the construction of the new Governor’s Residence, and the history of the old Governor’s Residence. The collection consists of digital photographs, video footage, color slides, posters, blueprints and plans, newspaper clippings, and...
Dates: 1936 - 2007

History Conference DVDs, April 17-18, 2009

 Series — Box 8668 C
Identifier: ACC 2010-024:
Scope and Contents This series consists of three DVDs containing the speeches and presentations given during the South Dakota State Historical Society’s annual History Conference in 2009. The conference was organized by the South Dakota State Archives and focused on immigration topics.
Dates: April 17-18, 2009

History Conference DVDs, April 30-May 1, 2010

 Series — Box 8668 C
Identifier: ACC 2010-029:
Scope and Contents This series contains the promotional brochure, program, and three DVDs for the 2010 History Conference “Prairie Politics…From Territory to Today.” Also included is a DVD containing a 3 minute video greeting from Tom Brokaw for the South Dakota State Historical Society. This video was played during the Friday (April 30th) Luncheon at the conference.This series contains the promotional brochure, program, and three DVDs for the 2010 History Conference “Prairie Politics…From Territory to...
Dates: April 30-May 1, 2010

History Conference DVDs, March 30-April 1, 2006

 Series — Box 0769 C
Identifier: ACC 2014-071:
Scope and Contents This series consists of 13 DVDs containing video footage of the State Historical Society’s annual history conference from 2006. The conference theme was “Desperate Times and Lasting Legacies: The New Deal Era in South Dakota.” It was held at the Best Western Ramkota in Pierre on March 30th and April 1st of 2006.
Dates: March 30-April 1, 2006

History Conference DVDs, 2013

 Series — Box 0769 B
Identifier: ACC 2013-019:
Scope and Contents This series consists of four DVDs containing video recordings of all of the sessions for the Historical Society’s annual History Conference held May 3-4, 2013. Also includes a DVD recording of the 1952 Pierre Flood film shown during the luncheon on May 3rd.

The 2013 History Conference, “Rivers Run Through It: South Dakota’s Rivers and Streams and the Flow of History,” was organized by the Archaeological Research Center, and held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Rapid City.
Dates: 2013

History Conference DVDs, 2015

 Series — Box 2980
Identifier: ACC 2015-078:
Scope and Contents This series consists of the digital video recordings for all sessions at the State Historical Society's annual History Conference, which took place May 29-30, 2015. The 2015 History Conference, "Prairie to Pines: People and Their Environment in South Dakota," was organized by the State Historic Preservation Office, and was held at the Best Western Ramkota Hotel in Pierre. Video recordings were made by Bill Stevens.
Dates: 2015

History Conference DVDs, 2016

 Series — Box 09107 A
Identifier: ACC 2016-142:
Scope and Contents This series contains digital video documenting events and presentations given at the State Historical Society’s annual history conference in 2016. The conference, “Everyone Eats: South Dakota’s Food Heritage,” was organized by the Historical Society’s Museum staff. It took place on April 29-30, 2016 at the Ramkota Hotel and Conference Center in Pierre, SD. Video recordings were made by Bill Stevens.
Dates: 2016

History Conference DVDs, 2017

 Series — Box 09107 A
Identifier: ACC 2017-010:
Scope and Contents This series contains video recordings of the 2017 History Conference “Laura Ingalls Wilder: A 150-Year Legacy,” which was held April 28th and 29th at the Holiday Inn—City Centre in Sioux Falls. The speakers are all contributors to Pioneer Girl Perspectives: Exploring Laura Ingalls Wilder. Video footage taken by Bill Stevens.
Dates: 2017

Janklow Memorial Service, 2012

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: ACC 2012-006
Scope and Contents This series contains records related to the memorial service for former Governor William J. Janklow, held on January 17, 2012 at the State Capitol. Records include a planning and event summary by Mike Mueller, a copy of the program distributed at the memorial service, floor plans, digital photographs (2.02 GB, 484 images), and a DVD copy of SD Public Broadcasting’s live coverage of the service (4.33 GB, duration – 2:08:53). Former Governor Janklow passed away on January 12, 2012...
Dates: 2012

Lawrence & Schiller Videos, 2002 - 2010

 Series — Box 2980
Identifier: ACC 2015-067
Scope and Contents This series consists of 4 DVDs containing videos and television commercials produced for the State of South Dakota by Lawrence & Schiller during the Rounds administration. Videos include the 2010 Initiative announcement and television program; footage from tourism conferences, the Buffalo Roundup, and the Governor’s Hunt; and an assortment of public service announcements and campaign advertisements featuring Governor Rounds. During processing, these videos were converted to MP4 files and...
Dates: 2002 - 2010

"Putting History to Work" DVD, 2014

 Series — Box 9151 C
Identifier: ACC 2014-068:
Scope and Contents This series contains a DVD copy of the “Putting History to Work: The Economic Benefits of Historic Preservation” program, which was commissioned by the Historic Preservation Office and produced by South Dakota Public Broadcasting in 2014.
Dates: 2014

"The Keystone Wye" Film, circa 1970

 Series
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

World War II Memorial Dedication Ceremony on DVD, 2001-09

 Series — Box 8696 A: Series ACC 2010-008
Identifier: ACC 2010-008
Scope and Contents This DVD contains KELO’s live coverage of the World War II Memorial Dedication Ceremony, which took place in September 2001. The video is approximately two hours long.
Dates: 2001-09