[KTVF news stories from Fairbanks in 1972]
Footage includes reporter Larry Carpenter interviewing Max Hollinger about University of Alaska budget overspending (2/1/72), a Career Extension Center interview with student Roxanne Brooks (2/2/72), Ted Stevens presenting land patents to several local residents (2/5/72), elementary students studying dental health at Eielson Air Force Base (silent) (2/3/72), Larry Holmstrom interviewing Senator Ted Stevens about oil and gas leases, the possibility of a pipeline right-of-way, and the possibility of closing the road in McKinley Park (2/7/72), the interior of a burned building (silent) (2/7/72), the Prince of Bavaria riding in a dogsled with George Attla (2/7/72), a large crowd at a school board meeting (silent) (2/9/72), a medical patient being taken from an airplane to an ambulance and then moved to another ambulance following a traffic accident (silent) (2/20/72), a small submarine for studying walruses being shown (2/10/72), Fairbanks Head Start program director Betty Wescott being interviewed (2/11/72), artists demonstrate in a classroom (silent), and young children being interviewed about art (2/11/72).
16mm film; color; sound; silent
PatentsDental hygieneInterviewsLegislatorsGas industryPipelinesFiresPrincesMeetingsAmbulancesAirplanesSubmarinesClassrooms
Alaska Film Archives, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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