[KTVF news stories, construction, Special Olympics]
Some segments of film contain audio, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information is given here in parentheses. The footage features people performing a play (March 1977) (silent), views of a bank and a drive-thru window (story titled "Interior City Bank") (March 1977) (silent), cross country ski race scenes (story titled "Junior Nationals Cross Country Skiing") (March 1977) (silent), file cabinets and stacks of papers (story titled "Assessments") (March 3, 1977) (silent), aerial views of a valley, a cabin in the mountains, a man measuring a tree and walking through snow (March 1977) (silent), a bank thermometer reading 38 degrees, views of people walking downtown (story titled "Winter Wane") (March 1977) (silent), views of the Bentley Mall under construction (story titled "Bentley Mall") (March 1977) (silent), King Hotel, Lamonts building along Airport Way in Fairbanks (story titled "Lamonts") (March 1977) (silent), Arctic First Federal Savings building (story titled "robbery") (March 9, 1977) (silent), bridge construction (story titled "Preserve Pleaze" (March 3, 1977) (silent), artwork on display (March 11, 1977) (silent), a blanket toss on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus (March 1977) (silent), bridge construction scenes (story titled "Chena Bridge Work") (March 11, 1977) (silent), men and an airplane, a lake in summer, frozen cabins and vehicles [in overflow ice?] (segment titled "Wild Lake") (March 1, 1977) (silent), a display of arctic survival gear (March 1977) (silent), roadside trash (April 1977) (silent), views from the UAF campus, the University of Alaska Fire Department, a cabin on fire (April 1977) (silent), a man being interviewed about fire and homeowners insurance (April 1977) (sound), undeveloped lots, traffic in the Fairbanks area (story titled "Council Chatter - Executive Park") (April 11, 1977) (silent), people voting, polling station scenes, a sample ballot (story titled "College Service Area Vote") (April 19, 1977) (silent), the construction of the Fairbanks Northstar Borough Library (April 1977) (silent), traffic on Parks Highway, Goldhill Campground (April 1977) (silent), Federal Building construction scenes (April 1977) (silent), a Rotary Club meeting, men signing a document (April 1977) (silent), structure fires (undated) (silent), poles and traffic lights being installed at an intersection (story is titled "Lights at Aurora and College Road") (April 20, 1977) (silent), a demonstration of Frisbee-throwing techniques in a school gymnasium (April 8, 1977) (silent), the aftermath of an apartment fire (April 7, 1977) (silent), downtown Fairbanks scenes during breakup (April 4, 1977) (silent), Special Olympics games being held on the UAF campus (story titled "Special Olympics") (May 2, 1977) (silent), trash and debris at a rifle range (May 10, 1977) (silent), a roadside vendor peddling from a van (story titled "College Road Vendor") (May 1977) (silent), and military groups marching in formation in a field (story titled "Marching") (May 20, 1977) (silent).
16mm film; color; sound; silent
BanksTheatrical productionsSkiingCabinsMountainsSnowConstructionHotelsBridgesAirplanesLakes & pondsRefuseFire stationsFiresInsuranceVotingLibrariesGymnasiumsMarching
Alaska Film Archives, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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