Archives Catalog

Office of Information Technology films and audiotapes Edit

Summary

Identifier
2006_021 UA
Content Description
Consists of reel-to-reel audiotapes and 16 millimeter film from the university's audiovisual department. Includes films and tapes used in classes as well as recordings of university and community topics and events. Materials include basketball training films, footage from dormitories documenting dorm life, film of flooding in Louisville in 1963, a "dialogue" on the minority affairs program, addresses from President James G. Miller, dinners held for the Davidsons, commencement exercises, the dedication of the Margaret Bridwell Art Library, and a meeting on "alternatives to busing" held in 1975. Also includes several films made in China, Japan, Germany, Russia and Bermuda in the late 1920s-1930s, and numerous lectures given on campus.
Access Restrictions?
Yes
Access Restrictions Note
Please contact Archives and Special Collections in advance of your visit to ensure availability of audio-visual equipment.
Use Restrictions?
No

Dates

  • circa 1929-1980 (Creation)

Extents

  • 3 linear feet (Whole)
    1 records center box and 15 loose canisters

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These collections can be used in the Archives and Special Collections research room (Ekstrom Library lower level room 17) anytime between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. You do not need to make an appointment. See Planning Your Visit for more information.

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