Alaska Film Archives

[KTVF news stories, Alaskaland zoo, construction, air quality]
[KTVF news stories, Alaskaland zoo, construction, air quality]
Footage includes interior and exterior shots of a building, a chemistry lab, rooms full of elecrtonic equipment (April, 1976), mobile homes in Fairbanks, bears and wolves being fed at the Alaskaland zoo, traffic lights and traffic near First Avenue in Fairbanks (January 27, 1977), computer monitors and printers, an A-10 airplane in a hangar (January 29, 1977), people at a neighbor-meet meeting (January 27, 1977), people picketing against low wages, a green Fairbanks firetruck at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (January 26, 1977), a council meeting, kids at a playground, Fairbanks Health Center, people lining up for measles vaccinations (January 25, 1977), parachutes, men with backpacks running to helicopters, helicopters flying away, people at a Capitol-move meeting, a planning and zoning meeting, traffic in snow, kids playing in snow (February 1, 1977), picketers in front of the SeaLand Building (February 4, 1977), kids playing volleyball in a gymnasium as part of a "Play to Grow" workshop (February 9, 1977), road construction on Peger Road (February 9, 1977), state land hearings (February 9, 1977), Badger Den and borough pools (February 11, 1977), traffic in downtown Fairbanks, people taking lung tests (February 16, 1977), a Board of Regents meeting (February 23, 1977), the Hamilton Acres Baptist Church school building (February 24, 1977), people at a meeting (February 25, 1977), state of Alaska and borough buildings being locked up (February 21, 1977), winter traffic, summer bike paths (February 15, 1977), a military ceremony with men in arctic gear, a Glennallen public forum meeting (February 12, 1977), the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (February, 1977), Peger Road and Steese Highway bridge construction, Highway Department buildings, traffic near Noble Street, roads and buildings in winter (February 23, 1977), new city buses (February, 1977), Fairbanks buildings (February 15, 1977), the Roaring 20s Hotel, Fairbanks streets, and the Bentley Mall (February, 1977).
[KTVF news stories, archaeology digs, Fairbanks homes]
[KTVF news stories, archaeology digs, Fairbanks homes]
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 shows crowds of people and policemen at a car auction (June 2, 1975) (sound), scenes from an archaeological dig near Gulkana River, interviews with archaeologists (June 11, 1975) (sound), more interviews with archaeologists (June 12, 1975) (sound), a news story about changes to the structure of Bechtel Company (June 9, 1975) (sound), employees picketing a McDonald's Restaurant (June 14, 1975) (silent), the U.S. Army celebrating its 200th birthday with open house activities and military demonstrations in Fairbanks (June 14, 1975) (sound and silent), a family being evicted from their home to make room for the Gaffney Road project in Fairbanks (June 13, 1975) (sound), a man (Bennie) arriving at the Fairbanks airport (June 13, 1975) (silent), land belonging to Grace Lowe being surveyed for the Gaffney Road project, a news story about Lowe's eviction from her property (June 5, 1975) (sound), drawings of a proposed mall to be built in downtown Fairbanks (June 16, 1975) (silent), a man being interviewed about problems with the home he was moved into after being evicted from his property because of the Gaffney Road project in Fairbanks (June 16, 1975) (sound), a warehouse facility being built south of Fairbanks for pipeline storage (June 25, 1975) (sound, Fairbanks neighborhood and city scenes (June 27, 1975) (silent), women and children at various daycare centers in Fairbanks, women being interviewed (June 27) (sound and silent), Governor Hammond being interviewed after a governors' conference (June 1975) (sound), community softball teams playing games, and a news story about area leagues and problems with softball fields (June 1975) (sound).
[KTVF news stories, bear hunt, Yukon 800, Golden Days]
[KTVF news stories, bear hunt, Yukon 800, Golden Days]
Some segments of film contain audio, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on the original film are given here in parentheses. Footage includes men speaking, drawings of the Fairbanks Wastewater Treatment Facility on display (June 5, 1973) (silent), aerial views of a bear, a wildlife official and hunter being interviewed about bear hunting, an airplane and campsite (story titled "Bettles Bear Hunt") (June 9, 1973) (sound), people in downtown Fairbanks watching the start of a boat race, aerial views of boats racing on a river (story titled "Yukon 800 1973") (silent), a man being interviewed about an Alaska butterfly study (June 27, 1973) (sound), a man in handcuffs getting out of a car (segment titled "Walunga - Coed Murder") (December 11, 1972 - not 1973) (silent), a Golden Days Parade and activities in Fairbanks, a story about budget issues (1973) (sound), fair booths, the construction of buildings at fairgrounds in Fairbanks, a woman being interviewed about a new exhibit hall and office space (August 7, 1973) (sound), men at a hearing (segment titled "Gravel - E.P.A.") (August 9, 1973) (silent), people at a public hearing (segment titled "Meeds Hearing") (1973) (silent), civil rights activist Roy Wilkins being greeted at an airport by people holding N.A.A.C.P. signs (segment titled "Wilkins") (1973) (silent), Roy Wilkins and others speaking to an audience (August 12, 1973) (sound), military men cleaning up a fuel spill along a roadside (segment titled "Fuel Spill") (August 13, 1973) (silent), scenes from a midway (segment titled "Fair Opens") (August 15, 1973) (silent), parents attending classes at Lathrop High School during "swap day" (October 26, 1973) (sound), Fairbanks Office Supply moving to a new location, scenes at a Florcraft store (October 27, 1973) (silent), bank tellers wearing Halloween costumes at Alaska National Bank, an Alaska State Bank sign (October 31, 1973) (silent), a man speaking to an audience (story titled "Hiatt - UA") (November 5, 1973) (silent), people in an office looking at maps of Alaska (story titled "Claims") (November 15, 1973) (silent), an Alaska Army National Guard Unit Award being presented to troops, views of tanks, military vehicles, troops (November 17, 1973) (silent), snowmachines at Circle Hot Springs, and aerial views (segment titled "Sno-Fari 1973") (silent).
[KTVF news stories, Chitina, Riverboat Discovery II]
[KTVF news stories, Chitina, Riverboat Discovery II]
Some segments of this film have sound, and others are silent. Specific dates and titles were noted on some segments and are included here in parentheses. The footage includes views from a Winnebago camper as it drives along the highway, people swimming in a lake, boats and houses on a lake, a person water-skiing (July 10, 1972) (silent and sound), Liberty Falls Campground, a KTVF Winnebago camper, men and boys with fish, a Chitina sign, views of a road and buildings, a Chitina store, old vehicles, people dip-netting, a Pioneer Access Road sign, an old log church, hikers, old buildings (August 28, 1972) (sound), a man in a hard hat being interviewed about fighting a fire at the McKinley Park Hotel (no date) (sound), clouds and sunsets (August 1, 1972) (sound), Carpenter's Local 1243 on strike, picketers in front of a Tanana Valley Clinic construction site and married-student-housing site (August 1, 1972) (silent), United States Secretary of the Interior Morton speaking about progress on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline project (August 2, 1972) (sound), a small airplane taking off (August 2, 1972) (silent), Japanese men stepping off an Alaska Railroad train car (August 3, 1972) (silent), women holding up an award plaque, reception scenes (August 3, 1972) (segment is titled "Fohn-Hansen Award") (silent), a man being interviewed on the UAF campus about the similarities between Australia and Alaska (August 4, 1972) (segment is titled "Ambassador Plimsoll") (sound), exhibits at the University of Alaska museum (August 4, 1972) (silent), a man being presented with a gold key and a gold pass (August 4, 1972) (segment is titled "Barker Award") (silent), the Fairbanks railroad station, a pile of cabbages (August 4, 1972) (silent), and people boarding the Riverboat Discovery II on a fundraising tour for U.S. Senator Ted Stevens. Aboard the boat, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Morton talks with Senator Stevens about the pipeline, conservation and development issues, jobs and population growth in Alaska, and hiring preferences on the pipeline project. Subsequent footage shows Captain Jim Binkley talking about the future of tourism and riverboats in Alaska (August 7, 1972) (sound), people viewing paintings (August 7, 1972) (segment is titled "Engles Art Show") (silent), firefighters battling a blaze in a burning house (August 8, 1972) (segment is titled "Grahhl Fire") (silent), Dr. William Wood and others speaking (August 9, 1972) (segment is titled "Reindeer Symposium") (silent), a man being interviewed about traffic flow on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus (August 9, 1972) (sound), buildings and satellite dishes, a man being interviewed (August 10, 1972) (segment is titled "Space Data Acquisition Facility") (sound), people boarding a small riverboat, river views, a Ronald McDonald clown entertaining children (August 9, 1972) (segment is titled "Openings/Fisher") (silent), protestors holding signs about a rent-raise at Birch Park housing (August 9, 1972) (silent), the construction of apartments, a health spa, a service station (August 12, 1972) (sound), circus trucks and a tent, circus animals (August 12, 1972) (silent), the M.B. Equipment Company building, and junk in a field (August 12, 1972) (silent).
[KTVF news stories, construction, Yak Estates, traffic]
[KTVF news stories, construction, Yak Estates, traffic]
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 features State of Alaska Supervisors on strike, people picketing in front of the Department of Fish and Game building and other Fairbanks buildings (April 1976) (silent), people working in an office, senate bill files, maps on a wall (segment is titled "Legislative Information Office") (April 1976) (silent), a wrecked automobile near railroad tracks, a tow truck arriving (April 1976) (silent), a Yak Estates sign and buildings (April 1976) (silent), two men demonstrating theater makeup and costumes to a class (April 1976) (silent), a man speaking to a panel (Segment is titled "Handsome Sam") (April 14, 1976) (silent), a car lot, North Star Motors VW Repair and Parts shop, a sign indicating the shop was closed by order of the Attorney General's office (April 16, 1976) (silent), the opening ceremonies at the Market Basket store in North Pole, a man and women being interviewed (April 16, 1976) (sound), a story about Vietnamese refugees in America, Eglin Air Force Base (April 29, 1976) (silent and sound), the construction of a building (segment is titled "Old Folks Home") (May 4, 1976) (silent), carvings and baskets and other artifacts in drawers and on shelves in a museum, Col. Ben Eielson's generator in storage (May 1976) (silent), men working at a power plant, boilers (May 1976) (sound and silent), President Harding's railroad car on display at Alaskaland, interior and exterior views of the railroad car (May 1976) (silent), Golden Fleece Second Hand Store in Fairbanks (May 13, 1976) (silent), children watching the musical "The Sound of Music" being performed onstage (May 1976) (silent and sound), children and adults picking up roadside trash (May 1976) (silent), antique cars on display (May 1976) (silent), buildings and traffic, Big Bear Liquor Mart and other stores along the road (May 1976) (silent), army personnel picking up roadside trash (May 1976) (silent), traffic and roads, downtown Fairbanks, Airport Way in Fairbanks (May 1976) (silent), construction on a new school building (University Park Elementary School?) (May 1976) (silent), roads, aerial view of an industrial area in Fairbanks (May 1976) (silent), and people in lines at a government office (May 1976) (silent).
[KTVF news stories, downtown Fairbanks, North Star Terminal development plans]
[KTVF news stories, downtown Fairbanks, North Star Terminal development plans]
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 features a biologist tracking moose with a radio transmitter in a light airplane (December 11, 1973) (silent), interior views of the Chena Five power plant (December 12, 1973) (silent), a land auction in the Fairbanks North Star Borough being reported by Pat McGuire (no date) (sound), a commercial for Tommy's Elbow Room and the Firelite Room restaurant in Fairbanks (December 8, 1973) (silent), Phil Deicer interviewing developer Chuck Reese as he displays a model of the proposed North Star Terminal development (December 13, 1973) (sound), U.S. Army soldiers picketing in protest of the military making the Flame Lounge and French Quarter off limits to soldiers (December 15, 1973) (sound), Ernest Gruening signing his book "Many Battles" (December 18, 1973) (sound), a hamburger eating contest at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (December 19, 1973) (sound), reporter Larry Holmstrom interviewing Pat Patterson, Darwin Bruce, Roland Bonneville, Steve Berman, Russell Shinn, and Dick Randolph about their predictions for Fairbanks in 1974 (December 31, 1973) (sound), buildings at the University of Alaska Fairbanks including the University Museum, the University Commons, and the Wood Center (December 30, 1973) (silent), a group of people at a dinner party (January 8, 1974) (silent), teamsters picketing Independent Lumber (January 8, 1974) (silent), U.S. Senate candidate C.R. Lewis explaining his views (January 9, 1974) (sound), Cub Scouts picking up trash along the roadside (May 13, 1974) (silent), Burl Ives and Walter Hickel at Fairbanks International Airport (May 17, 1974) (silent), rescue workers in a riverboat using a crane to pull a car from the Chena River (May 21, 1974) (silent). Mr. Sarnoff speaking at the 1974 University of Alaska commencement in Fairbanks (May 20, 1974) (sound), animals at the Alaskaland zoo (May 22, 1974) (silent), firefighters fighting a fire in a small Fairbanks pawn shop (May 27, 1974) (silent), golfers at Arctic Acres Golf Course on Ft. Wainwright (July 12, 1974) (silent), a Golden Days fashion show (July 16, 1974) (silent), a Felix Pedro look-alike weighing a poke of gold during Golden Days festivities (July 16, 1974) (silent), Glenn Hackney in the Golden Days jail (July 16, 1974), Native Alaskan dancers at Alaskaland (no date) (silent), rubber boat races on the Chena River (no date) (silent), a Golden Days Parade (no date) (silent), an Airstream trailer caravan (no date) (silent), and nurses picketing the Fairbanks Memorial Hospital (July 18, 1974) (silent).
[KTVF news stories, interviews, Fairbanks construction, Ketchikan parade]
[KTVF news stories, interviews, Fairbanks construction, Ketchikan parade]
Some segments of this film contain a soundtrack, and others are silent. Some segments show signs of film deterioration. Specific dates and other information noted on the original film are given here in parentheses. The film shows students meeting in classrooms and outside at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (for Boys and Girls State activities) (June 5, 1972) (silent), scenes from the National Indian Health Board conference, several men being interviewed (June 6, 1972) (sound), interior and exterior views of a C-130 airplane at the Fairbanks airport, a pilot being interviewed about a Bangladesh relief mission (undated) (sound), a man and woman in an office preparing documents (for story titled "Unification Petition") (June 8, 1972) (silent), bulldozers and road grading equipment at work (undated) (silent), people seated around a table (at Press Club) (June 21, 1972) (silent), men working in a Fairbanks manufacturing facility (June 21, 1972) (sound), people buying fireworks at a stand (June 22, 1972) (silent), exterior views of the Burgess Construction Company building (for story titled "Burgess Moving") (June 22, 1972) (silent), downtown Fairbanks construction scenes (for story titled "Block 93-A") (June 22, 1972) (silent), a community gathering at Alaskaland, William Wood and others speaking, a choir singing (for story titled "McGown") (June 23, 1972) (silent), damage to the side of a gas station building, a car smashed (June 24, 1972) (silent), a story about the need for international road signs (June 24, 1972) (sound), a man running for schoolboard filing paperwork, the man reading a statement (June 26, 1972) (sound), an outdoor military ceremony (for story titled "Retirement") (June 28, 1972) (silent), a man speaking, various shots of the Chena River (for story titled "Health") (June 28, 1972) (silent), views of the area from the corner of Third and Hall Streets in Fairbanks (June 29, 1972) (silent), people holding "Ban Forster" signs and marching outside the police station in Fairbanks (for story titled "Brutality") (June 29, 1972) (silent), firefighters participating in a firefighting exercise (June 29, 1972) (silent), construction on Lacey and Second in Fairbanks (June 30, 1972) (silent), a service station and motel owner along the Alaska Highway being interviewed about highway travelers and his opinion on paving the highway (July 1, 1972) (sound), howitzers fired in a ceremony at Fort Wainwright (July 4, 1972) (sound), scouts hanging flags in downtown Fairbanks, scouts being interviewed (July 4, 1972) (sound), a man being interviewed about his service station along the Alaska Highway and about his thoughts on paving the road (for story titled "Mile 1147") (July 5, 1972) (sound), a traveler on the Alaska Highway being interviewed about paving the highway (for story titled "Mile 1212") (July 6, 1972) (sound), exterior and interior views of a building, a man being interviewed about a new veterinary clinic in Fairbanks (July 6, 1972) (sound), scenes of a Fourth of July Parade in Ketchikan, speeches, and town scenes (July 4, 1972) (sound).
[KTVF news stories, land use, UAF graduation, Circle Hot Springs, Pipeline Report]
[KTVF news stories, land use, UAF graduation, Circle Hot Springs, Pipeline Report]
Some segments of film contain audio, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on the original film are given here in parentheses. The film features people on strike in front of MUS buildings (May 4, 1973) (silent), Nenana views, a toppled tripod, ice going out on the Tanana River (May 4, 1973) (silent), a Fairbanks playground in need of repair, a story about confusion over who is responsible for playground upkeep (May 7, 1973) (sound), people (including Senator Mike Gravel) being greeted at an airport (May 12, 1973) (silent), members of the Joint Federal State Land Use Planning Commission being introduced to a Fairbanks audience, a portion of State Senator John Sackett's testimony to a commission (May 17, 1973) (sound), views of MUS telephone wires that have been cut, people picketing in front of a MUS building (story titled "Sabotage Cuts") (May 18, 1973) (sound), a graduation ceremony at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, author James Michener speaking (May 21, 1973) (sound), a no trespassing sign, junk (story titled "Suit") (May 23, 1973) (silent), a man being interviewed about school district issues (story titled "Smith Superintendent") (May 22, 1973) (sound), people gathering at Harding Lake for games and contests, a tug-of-war event, races (story titled "1973 Water Carnival") (July 2, 1973") (sound), Steese Highway views, Circle City, Circle Hot Springs, a story about the Steese Highway's history and upgrades, the history of Central and Circle (story titled "The End of the Road") (July 3, 1973) (sound), Mayor Gillam being interviewed about problems with public drinking and disorderly conduct in Fairbanks (July 9, 1973) (sound), an update on pipeline progress, a man speaking about the growth expected in the state's economy, views of Valdez, views of Anchorage, views of Fairbanks (December 12, 1972 - not 1973) (sound), children in costumes, a Fairbanks parade (story titled "Kiddy Parade") (July 20, 1973) (silent), trucks and RVs, fishing scenes, Sheep Creek Lodge, the McKinley Park train station and hotel, a bridge near the park (July 23, 1973) (silent), scenes at an Eskimo Olympics ceremony (story titled "Eskimo Olympics") (July 27, 1973) (silent), a Mt. McKinley National Park sign, a train, a bus, a hotel, and a restaurant and saloon in old railroad cars (story titled "Alaska Railroad Hotel") (July 31, 1973) (silent).
[KTVF news stories, Yukon River ice bridge, UAF presidents, Yukon 800 boat race]
[KTVF news stories, Yukon River ice bridge, UAF presidents, Yukon 800 boat race]
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 features development and construction along Airport Way in Fairbanks (April 17, 1974) (silent), construction scenes, the Ranch Motel (no date or description) (silent), B&B Center supermarket and shops, an empty field, a Safeway store, the Nerlands store, construction at various sites (April 19, 1974) (silent), people protesting taxation (segment is titled "Lib. Protest) (April 13, 1974) (silent), a school's services facility building (April 13, 1974) (silent), office workers dressed like Easter bunnies (April 13, 1974) (silent), members of the Interior Alaska Trapper's Association, Eielson gunfighters, Ice-Racing Association members at a sports show (1974) (silent), a boys wrestling competition (April 13, 1974) (silent), a Yukon River Ice Bridge sign, trucks crossing a river on ice (April 1, 1974) (silent), Lathrop High School students and adults being interviewed about a proposed walkout, students at the School District Central Office (April 22, 1974) (sound), an empty lot for sale (segment is titled "Pay-N-Park") (April 15, 1974) (silent), the public attending a Joint Federal State Land Use Planning Commission hearing, commissioners Celia Hunter and Joe Josephson (April 29, 1974) (silent), a protest at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, students wearing black arm bands, men and women speaking to a gathering (title of segment is "Hiatt Protest") (May 1, 1974) (silent), community leaders sweeping streets, a prize drawing (May 1, 1974) (silent), tennis, basketball, and softball being played at Fairbanks area parks (April 29, 1974) (silent), men and women gathering for a reception at Presbyterian Hospitality House (title of segment is "Rasmussen Mother of the Year") (April 29, 1974) (silent), Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts playing, eating, and creating displays (segment is titled "Scout-O-Rama") (April 30, 1974) (silent), men listening to a speaker talk about life in a pipeline camp, men being welcomed by Alyeska (title of segment is "Bechtel Orientation") (May 2, 1974) (sound), the construction of a building (segment is titled "State Building") (April 30, 1974) (silent), people and police looking at a commemorative stone placed in the middle of a sidewalk in downtown Fairbanks (segment is titled "University Stone") (April 30, 1974) (silent), university leaders speaking about the over-proliferation of courses taught at the university (segment is titled "University Regents") (May 3, 1974) (sound), a man being honored at a ceremony at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (segment is titled "Hiatt") (May 4, 1974) (silent), University of Alaska leaders Terris Moore, Ernest Patty, and William Cashen speaking to the Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce (May 3, 1974) (sound), a man speaking about bids for construction of an oil refinery (segment is titled "Krausse - Refinery") (May 9, 1974) (sound), firemen fighting a house fire (segment is titled "29th and Mercer Fire") (May 10, 1974) (silent), scenes from the Yukon 800 boat race, boats leaving Fairbanks, aerial views of the race, the village of Tanana, and racers arriving in Galena (June 25, 1974) (silent).
[KTVF television Alaskan news footage from 1976]
[KTVF television Alaskan news footage from 1976]
Footage includes a display of arctic equipment used by the U.S. Army (1/22/76), the exterior and interior of a building under construction during winter (1/22/76), a construction site for Bentley Mall (1/15/76), picketers in front of a BIA office (1/76), ash on snow by the M.U.S. power plant (1/76), crowds on Second Avenue (1976), prostitutes on Second Avenue (1976), soldiers and equipment during a "Jack Frost" military training exercise (1/22/76), a display of arctic equipment used by the U.S. Army, Alaska Native soldiers with snow machines during a "Jack Frost" training exercise, a gift being presented to an unidentified military officer and the officer speaking about the U.S. Army's role in Alaska (1/76), soldiers in the field during a "Jack Frost" exercise (1/76), teamster picketers in front of N.C. Machinery (1/76), a United Way banquet (1/22/76), utility workers working on a power pole, a National Weather Service office (1/76), a Boeing 747 that was damaged during landing at Fairbanks International Airport (2/76), buildings and refinery construction in North Pole (2/76), taxi cabs in downtown Fairbanks during winter (2/10/76), a man pointing out layers of ash in snow near the M.U.S. power plant and views of smoke from the plant (2/6/76), and University of Alaska buildings and students (2/18/76).
[KTVF television raw footage from 1976]
[KTVF television raw footage from 1976]
Footage includes a women's cross country race on the University of Alaska's West Ridge (9/4/76), Bentley Mall construction (10/14/76), Steese Expressway bridge construction (10/76), the closure of Nenana Highway at the College Road intersection (10/76), flowers at Creamer's Refuge (10/76), school children making puppets (10/76), buildings at the University (9/76), traffic and people on Second Avenue in Fairbanks (9/76), construction and traffic around Fairbanks (9/76), the Federal Building on Cushman Street (9/3/76), a North Pole Jr.-Sr. High School classrooms (11/76), Fairbanks buildings and street scenes (11/76), naturalized citizens waving flags (11/18/76), a military parachute drop at Ft. Wainwright (11/16/76), a woman operating a chemical analyzer (11/26/76), firefighters training at night (12/2/76), an Alaska Railroad crossing in Fairbanks (12/2/76), children at a Christmas play (12/76), University of Alaska instructors picketing (12/76), controls and boilers at the M.U.S. power plant (12/76), workers at the Fairbanks Rehabilitation Association (12/76), buildings and scenes at Ft. Wainwright (1976), a firefighter competition (1976), oil spill tests (1976), dead wolves being examined in a laboratory (1976), experiments in the UAF Arctic Health Building (1976), and the interior and exterior of the M.U.S. powerplant (8/18/76).