Alaska Film Archives

[KTVF news stories, meetings, American Legion, Great Pumpkin]
[KTVF news stories, meetings, American Legion, Great Pumpkin]
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. Footage features views of the TEKNH Art and Craft Co-op, a woman being interviewed, works of art (segment is untitled and undated) (sound), a community club awards ceremony, women sitting at banquet tables (title of segment is "CCT") (October 4, 1971) (sound), a man speaking at a Chamber of Commerce meeting (segment is titled "Burrell") (1971) (silent), Ramsey Clark speaking about the land claims settlement act to a group of Alaskan Native leaders at the AFN Convention (1971) (sound), a man being presented with a check to benefit a charity for Alaska youth (1971) (sound), the Motorsports shop grand opening, snowmachines in a showroom, people looking at snowmachines (1971) (sound), a cabin fire at night (segment titled "First House Fire") (October 16, 1971) (silent), Chuck Herbert speaking at a meeting (segment is titled "Bartlett Dinner") (October 17, 1971) (silent), a man speaking at a Chamber of Commerce meeting (October 19, 1971) (sound), men putting money in a Good Neighbor's Campaign container (October 21, 1971) (sound), an American Legion ceremony on Veterans Day, military commanders speaking (1971) (sound), a reporter standing in a field and talking about a pumpkin patch (segment is titled "Great Pumpkin") (October 27, 1971) (sound), a military commander speaking at a meeting (1971) (sound), a reporter in a field (segment titled "Great Pumpkin") (October 28, 1971) (sound), reporters in a field with a van (segment titled "Great Pumpkin") (October 29, 1971) (sound), men and women sitting at a table during a meeting (segment is untitled and undated) (silent), a reporter in a field at the pumpkin patch (1971) (sound), and an interview with a man about a new Associated General Contractors office in Fairbanks (segment is titled "Tex Taggert" (1971) (sound).