Alaska Film Archives

[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, Prudhoe-Valdez dog team, gas stations, Vietnam commentary]
[KTVF news stories, Prudhoe-Valdez dog team, gas stations, Vietnam commentary]
Some segments of film are sound, and others are silent. This film features a woman being interviewed (March 18, 1975), a man being interviewed about Alaska's alternative energy sources (March 20, 1975), women preparing traditional Native Alaskan foods for a potlatch (March 22, 1975), a boy undergoing speech therapy, a woman being interviewed (March 26, 1975), kids on an Easter egg hunt at a grocery store (March 29, 1975) (silent), Red Olsen being interviewed (March, 1975), men and women being interviewed about the Equal Rights Amendment (March 31, 1975), a Women's North American sled dog race (March, 1975) (silent), the ceremonial barrel of oil on a Prudhoe - Valdez dogsled, dogs on an airplane (silent), aerial views of trucks on a road (silent), kids fly kites on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus (March, 1975) (silent), Union, Texaco, and Chevron gas stations closed in protest of FEA regulations Tesoro staying open for business (March, 1975) (silent), man-on-the-street interviews in Fairbanks about the end of the Vietnam War (April 30, 1975), and potholes on a street (Aurora Drive?) (silent).