[KTVF news stories, protests, power plants, construction]
Some segments of film contain a soundtrack, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on the original film are given here in parentheses. The film includes various Fairbanks gas stations, a Datsun dealership (February 1976) (silent), footage of air pollution provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (February 1976) (silent), the Department of Fish and Game building in Fairbanks, a woman in a lab (title of segment is "Wolf Autopsy") (February 25, 1976) (silent), a woman writing down the license plate numbers of cars left running in a parking lot, downtown Fairbanks scenes (February 1976) (silent), the Fairbanks power plant, coal cars, aerial views of the power plant (February 1976) (silent), cabins, homes and mobile homes in the Fairbanks area (February 1976) (silent), a man being interviewed about wolf control measures (March 19, 1976) (sound), Fairbanks traffic and vehicles (title of segment is "Auto Inspections Rapped") (March 4, 1976) (silent), people at Fairbanks City Hall listening to Senator Mike Gravel speak about the Devil's Canyon and Susitna Dam projects, a reporter talking (March 1976) (sound), members of Teamsters Local 959 on strike at Bayless and Roberts, Inc. (April 1976) (silent), old Pathe newsreel footage of the first Western Air Express mail flights, title screens (April 17, 1976) (silent), State of Alaska supervisors on strike at the State of Alaska Fairbanks Regional Office Building, closed offices (April 1976) (silent), men working on boilers, aerial views of the power plant (April 1976) (sound and silent), an art show at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (April 1976) (silent), lines of people at the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Department of Health and Social Services, and Job Services (April 1976) (sound), snow melting, trash along roadsides (April 19, 1976) (silent), men looking at boiler systems (April 1976) (silent), traffic on a road, a globe turned to Alaska, men talking over maps and print-outs (April 1976) (silent), an "OCS Delay Rally" sign, people speaking to a gathering in downtown Fairbanks (April 1976) (sound), campers and trucks from various states driving around the Fairbanks area (April 1976) (silent), traffic in downtown Fairbanks, aerial views of the city, construction (April 1976) (silent and sound), road-closed signs, bridge construction (April 1976) (silent), people protesting GVEA rates (April 1976) (Silent), and the aftermath of a car crash near downtown Fairbanks (April 1976) (silent).
16mm film; color; sound; silent
Automobile service stationsAutomobile dealershipsPollutionLaboratoriesLicense platesPower plantsCabinsMobile homesCoalWolvesBoilersSnowRefuseBridgesConstruction
Alaska Film Archives, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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