Alaska Film Archives

[KTVF news stories, pipeline construction, UAF construction, man-on-the-street interviews]
[KTVF news stories, pipeline construction, UAF construction, man-on-the-street interviews]
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 at a podium, a slide show presentation about Braniff Airlines (segment titled "Braniff/Alaska Air") (September 11, 1973) (silent), power poles in downtown Fairbanks (segment titled "Power Poles") (September 15, 1973) (silent), the construction of condominium units on 22nd Avenue (segment titled "Eskimo Village ASHA") (September 15, 1973) (silent), autumn scenes in Fairbanks with music and a voiceover (September 14, 1973) (sound), the administrator and students at Lathrop High School being interviewed about racism and recent incidents at the school (September 17, 1973) (sound), views of the SS ARCO Anchorage oil tanker (June 2, 1973) (silent), men speaking at a meeting (undated) (silent), people watching ice on the Tanana River as the tripod falls in Nenana (May 10, 1972) (sound), Miss Fairbanks (segment titled "Miss Alaska Pageant") (undated) (silent), people on boats viewing a glacier (segment titled "Valdez") (undated) (silent), aerial views of pipeline construction camps, interior views of buildings and offices, stacks of pipeline sections, a story about a North Slope tour for ARCO officials and businessmen (February 16, 1972) (sound), policemen at First Federal Bank (undated) (silent), people hooking up computers and installing equipment in an office building (June 1976) (silent), people touring Fairbanks Correctional Center (June 14, 1976) (silent), aerial views of pipeline construction (June 1976) (silent), police responding to a possible boating accident, men being questioned (June 1976) (silent), views of the First Federal Savings and Loan building and the Pet Cache store, a woman holding a skunk, a skunk in a cage (June 1976) (silent), rescuers practicing responding to disasters and accidents (June 1976) (silent), children on a playground at University Park Elementary School being interviewed about the first day of school (September 3, 1974) (sound), man-on-the-street interviews regarding Watergate and the Nixon pardon (segment titled "Ford Pardons Nixon") (September 7, 1974) (sound), man-on-the-street interviews regarding the granting of amnesty to Vietnam draft dodgers (1974) (sound), Golden Days activities and displays in Fairbanks (segment titled "Golden Days") (July 20, 1972) (sound), the construction of a married student housing complex, the Gruening Building, the Health Center, and other buildings at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (July 22, 1972) (sound).
[KTVF news stories, snowmachine races, Golden Days, dog mushing]
[KTVF news stories, snowmachine races, Golden Days, dog mushing]
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 footage includes snowmachines racing around a track (story titled "Sports Snowmachine") (undated) (silent), snowmachines racing around a small track, spectators watching from stands, a man being interviewed about the last race of the year and about the upcoming racing season (undated) (silent and sound), snowmachines and trucks along a roadside (story titled "Manley Hot Springs Snowmachine Race") (undated) (silent), aerial views of snowmachines racing on a road (undated) (silent), aerial views of a village and a landing strip, aerial views of Circle Hot Springs, a large yellow A-frame structure over a pool area at Circle Hot Springs, snowmachines in a parking lot (undated) (silent), children at play, a woman being interviewed about the Head Start Program and the benefits of early childhood education (1972) (sound), scenes from the grand opening of the Bentley Mall Safeway grocery store in Fairbanks (February 14, 1972) (sound), views of a station wagon crashed into the side of a building, a voice-over interview with the owner of the car (February 16, 1972) (sound), Alaska Airlines representatives speaking about a new tour package to Russia (February 16, 1972) (sound), senator Mike Gravel being interviewed about his recent press coverage troubles (February 19, 1972) (sound), a story about the deconstruction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline pipe-coating plants in Fairbanks, Valdez, and Prudhoe Bay (February 22, 1972) (sound), square-dancing scenes (story titled "Golden Days") (undated) (sound), children in costumes in a parade, a man in a Ronald McDonald costume speaking to the camera (undated) (sound), a Golden Days jail wagon, a mock gunfight by several costumed people in downtown Fairbanks (undated) (sound), a snowmachine, many scenes of dog-mushing races, spectators, and a blanket toss (undated) (silent).
[Lounsbury film collection 1]
[Lounsbury film collection 1]
Footage includes children, rotary snow plow, men outside F.E. company building, downtown Fairbanks, a dredge, Pacific Alaskan Airways (PAA) hangar and people leaving, the Cleary City Post Office, people posing, Billy Roots bus (?), Cleary Summit roadhouse, men with a caterpillar tractor, small cat train in front of Service motors, Fairbanks streets, Jimmie Mattern signing autographs at PAA Hangar at Weeks Field, Mattern's airplane “Texan” and Russian flying boat at Weeks Field during search for Sigismund Levanevsky, people departing Fairbanks on Alaska Railroad (ARR), Richardson Highway Transportation Company bus, steamship travel in Southeast, a gold dredge and thaw field, MST Company bus , boys at Fox, woman with a horse at Cleary Summit roadhouse, a boy with shovel, Chena River spring break-up, dog races, Sigrid Seppala wearing parka, Winter Carnival Parade, and dog races.