[KTVF miscellaneous short clips, mental health stories, etc.]
Some segments of film contain audio, others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on the original film are given here in parentheses. Footage includes a man talking about community mental health services in Alaska (sound) (segment titled "Jack McCone") (undated), a woman talking on a phone (silent) (segment titled "Mental Health - Audrey Erkenlens") (undated), children working on craft projects, classroom views (sound) (segment titled "Wendy cutaways") (undated), a counselor talking to a client (silent) (segment titled "Counselor/ Client cutaway") (undated), a man and woman talking on the phone for a modular home commercial (silent) (segment titled "Columbia") (undated), Karen Algarin and others working at desks, typing, and talking on phones (silent) (segment titled "Mental Health cutaways") (undated), people in an office talking (silent) (segment titled "Dr. Doolittle - Audrey phone/secretary") (undated), men in Golden Days costumes, a fashion show in a banquet hall (sound) (segment titled "Golden Days Fashion Show - Traveler's Inn 1977"), a woman being interviewed about the Hope Center, men and women working with disabled clients (sound) (segment titled "Lynn Horning") (undated), a man feeding a penned moose, a man speaking from riverboat at Alaskaland while filming a political commercial (silent and sound) (segment titled "Frank Gold") (undated), a man walking into Dr. Gold's office (silent) (undated), and children playing with toys (silent) (undated).
16mm film; color; sound; silent
PsychiatryTelephonesArt & craftsClassroomsCelebrationsCostumesFashion showsInterviewsPeople with disabilitiesMooseBoatsPolitical campaignsToys
Alaska Film Archives, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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