Alaska Film Archives

[KTVF news stories, construction, crime, Lathrop band]
[KTVF news stories, construction, crime, Lathrop band]
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 road and dike construction (1976) (silent), aerial views of landscapes (1976) (silent), aerial views of the pipeline (1976) (silent), aerial views of pipeline construction (1976) (silent), outtakes from a western show (title of segment is "old movies") (undated) (sound), a KTVF news director speaking about the news department in a promotional spot, various reporters speaking from various locations (undated) (sound), a man cleaning up trash and driving a boat (title of segment is "Marlin Hewlit 1976 Primary Spots") (silent and sound), shots for a political ad (title of segment is "Jim O'Sullivan 1976 Primary") (silent), a story about water usage in a small community, Edith Tegoseak in her home kitchen, a man repairing plumbing, the president of the Association of Interior Eskimos speaking (title of segment is "Eskimo Village") (January 11, 1974) (sound), a newly constructed apartment building on Turner Street in Fairbanks (title of segment is "Wise Apartments") (January 14, 1974) (silent), views of damage to a small concrete block building, an ambulance at the scene (title of segment is "Explosion") (January 16, 1974) (silent), views of an ATCO trailer in a pipeyard (January 17, 1974) (silent), Joe Josephson of the Joint Federal State Land Use Planning Commission speaking at a banquet about the Native Claims Settlement Act (January 22, 1974) (sound), exterior and interior views of the new Goldstream Theater in Fairbanks, men installing seats in the theater (1974) (silent), a police captain being interviewed about organized crime in Fairbanks (January 23, 1974) (sound), a police chief being interviewed about the expected increase in Fairbanks's crime rates because of factors associated with pipeline construction (January 23, 1974) (sound), views of the Alaska National Bank of the North, reception at the bank, Frank Murkowski sitting at a desk, views of an office (1974) (silent), people at a meeting (title of segment is "Y.P.A.") (1974) (silent), scenes from a Lathrop High School band practice, the director of the Malemute Band being interviewed, and student and oboe player Carol being interviewed about a band trip (January 28, 1974) (sound and silent).
[KTVF news stories, interviews, Kaktovik Post Office, Fairbanks schools]
[KTVF news stories, interviews, Kaktovik Post Office, Fairbanks schools]
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 footage includes a man being interviewed about the city dump (August, 1972) (sound), a man being interviewed about his life in Barrow and about environmental aspects of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline (August 14, 1972) (sound), people cleaning up the fairgrounds and repairing buildings at the Tanana Valley Fairgrounds (August 14, 1972) (silent), a woman being interviewed at the University of Alaska Fairbanks about a leadership seminar, students in a classroom (August 15, 1972) (sound/silent), a man speaking to an audience (no date) (silent), people attending a Unimart conference and viewing Alaskan art and other items (August 15, 1972) (silent), scenes from the Tanana Valley Fair (August 14, 1972) (sound), men stepping off a airplane, military men talking to a man in civilian attire (title of segment is "Froehlke") (August 16, 1972) (silent), road construction (title of segment is "Big Bend") (August 18, 1972) (silent), exterior and interior views of the Whole Earth Exchange building in Fairbanks (August 19, 1972) (silent), the Pompeo Hall building, a man being interviewed about Assembly budget matters (August 21, 1972) (sound), a man meeting with a young couple near City Hall in downtown Fairbanks (title of segment is "Couples") (August 22, 1972) (silent), a man looking at a book (August 23, 1972) (silent), scenes from an International Arctic Aviation Conference (February 25, 1972) (sound), Golden Heart trophies being displayed on a table (August 23, 1972) (silent), new University of Alaska ambulance being demonstrated (August 24, 1972) (sound), the Kaktovik Post Office modular building being loaded onto an Interior Airways Hercules cargo airplane, Assistant Regional Postmaster General Russell E. James being interviewed (August 24, 1972) (sound), exterior and interior views of Fairbanks Main School, views of the building's deterioration (August 29, 1972) (sound), men signing documents (August 30, 1972) (silent), a church building's exterior, classroom scenes at Monroe School (August 30, 1972) (silent?), smoke in the distance (title of segment is "Grass Fire") (August 30, 1972) (silent), firefighters battling a house fire (title of segment is "Byrdsong Fire") (September 1, 1972) (silent), views of various Fairbanks hotels, a woman being interviewed about elderly residents being removed from hotels so that buildings can be torn down (September 2, 1972) (silent/sound), Central American oil facilties and workers (segment titled "Equador Oil") (September 2, 1972) (silent), a man being interviewed, a demonstration garden at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (September 2, 1972) (sound), bonfires [?] (no date) (sound), Lathrop High School, classroom scenes, buses, a man being interviewed about traffic concerns (September 6, 1972) (silent/sound), a man being interviewed about new weather service offices (September 7, 1972) (sound), Fairbanks fire department trucks (September 9, 1972) (silent), spectators watching firemen participate in various events at a firefighter competition (September 9, 1972) (silent), interior views of dorm rooms at the University of Alaska (September 11, 1972) (silent), people in an assembly, Mayor John Wright[?] of North Pole speaking, and the christening of a new building (title of segment is "North Pole Sewer and Water") (September 11, 1972) (silent).
[KTVF television news stories from Fairbanks during 1974 and 1975]
[KTVF television news stories from Fairbanks during 1974 and 1975]
Footage includes the construction of the new State Building on Eighth Avenue (9/21/74), a United Way campaign (9/24/74), Hawaiian dancers in a bank lobby (9/24/74), men walking geese down Second Avenue on leashes (9/28/74), a mock fashion show, people on the street are being asked if Alaska should be independent (9/17/74), a small plane crash followed by an ambulance wreck on Airport Road (9/23/74), Paul Harvey speaking at a banquet (9/22/74), people on a street commenting about current election campaigns (11/4/74), Pioneers Home residents Charlie Creamer, Ilene Ferguson, Warren Taylor, Amelia Hero, and Richard Callahan being interviewed about pipeline construction (11/10/74), footage of the Doyon building under construction (11/10/74), a night time baseball game between the Pirates from Hawaii and the Goldpanners, Lathrop High School basketball scrimmage, a women's softball game, horseshoe pitching, the N.C. Machinery Company building (3/8/75), an unidentified Alaska Native man being interviewed about the annual Fairbanks Native Association potlatch, and people being asked if they believe in leprechauns (3/17/75).
[Pipeline Report: A or B roll]
[Pipeline Report: A or B roll]
Ted Lehne introduces the program, which is one of a series. Footage includes welders joining pipe into 80 foot sections, crews working on vertical support members (VSM), crews coating a pipe, pipeline medical personnel, Galbraith Clinic, a Fairbanks ambulance and downtown streets, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital rooms and aerial views, Jay Lewis speaking, and recording equipment at the KTVF recording studio.