Alaska Film Archives

[KTVF commercial out-takes]
[KTVF commercial out-takes]
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 several segments of commercials for Tesco Lighting Center (one film segment was labeled "Alaska Press Club Category 37: Tesco Lighting Center: Entrant Gary B. Miller, Chief Photographer KTVF"), a sign for the Bentley Mall, several scenes used in commercials for The Book Bin, commercial out-takes for a pocket pager system (one is labeled "Randy - car"), a segment labeled "Austin Ward, Graphics" containing drawings of the pipeline terminal in Valdez, scenes used in commercials for Mt. McKinley Mutual Savings Bank, Ford dealer Ralph Seekins introducing a new car dealership in Fairbanks and explaining that it is not cheaper to buy a new automobile in Seattle or San Francisco, scenes used in commercials for Jackovich Tractor Equipment Company, Fairbanks Security Service, and Compeau's, scenes of people demonstrating snow blowers, security alarms, snowmachines, and a Bushman tracked vehicle, out-takes from a Mt. McKinley Mutual Savings Bank commercial, a man being interviewed about fire protection and insurance (identified in notes accompanying film as "Insurance Specialist Charlie Parr"), mechanics working on cars (scenes for "Pioneer Chevron" commercial), Ford dealer Ralph Seekins talking about the Ford Pinto Pony for the Jim Thompson Ford dealership, scenes used in commercials for Kobuk Tesoro stations, First Federal Savings and Loan, a radio station, and Sig Wold Storage and Transfer, Inc.
[KTVF miscellaneous short clips; A, B, and C-rolls for commercials]
[KTVF miscellaneous short clips; A, B, and C-rolls for commercials]
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 in a canoe, Juneau harbor and town scenes, men painting a boat, gulls, people walking along a path to the Mendenhall Glacier, a man reading a newspaper, buildings and mountains (silent) (undated), aerial views of a city, a man being interviewed (silent) (undated), a man talking about taxpayer frustration in Alaska and about his campaign for state legislature (sound) (segment titled "Jim O'Sullivan - Quiet Revolution") (undated), portions of a Jim O' Sullivan commercial (silent) (segment titled "Quiet Revolution") (undated), views of a gas station and cars (silent) (segments titled "Russell's Union") (undated), views of people door-to-door campaigning (silent) (undated), miscellaneous footage of Alaska cities and industries (silent) (segment titled "Oil and Alaska's Future") (undated), a political commercial for U.S. Senate candidate Terry Miller, views of Alaska cities, fish processing, Ketchikan, etc. (silent) (undated), miscellaneous footage for an Andy Warwick political commercial, Warwick talking to a man about Alaska fisheries and oil lease sales (silent and sound) (undated), views of pipeline and oil facilities for a Terry Miller political commercial (silent) (segment titled "Oil and Alaska's Future") (undated), scenes for a United Way commercial (silent) (segment titled "United Way") (October 3, 1974), views of grocery stores and the pipeline for a Terry Miller political commercial (silent) (segments titled "Producer L. Hebert - Inflation") (undated), a basketball game in the Patty Gym at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (silent) (segment titled "Nanooks") (undated), a snowy day, a girl serving cookies to a child (silent) (undated), a person in a prospector costume (silent) (undated), San Francisco scenes, a Ford manufacturing plant, a Seekins Ford dealership, and Seattle views (silent) (undated).
[KTVF miscellaneous short clips, commercial out-takes]
[KTVF miscellaneous short clips, commercial out-takes]
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 women and a scuba diver in a hot tub for commercial (silent and sound) (segment titled "Scandia") (undated), a man talking about Steve Cowper for a political commercial, a "Steve Cowper State House" bumper sticker (silent and sound) (undated), interior views of a grocery store (silent) (segment titled North Pole Market Basket) (undated), a reporter asking interview questions to a legislator (sound) (undated), interior views of the Fairbanks North Star Borough Public Library including a short clip of artist Bill Berry painting the children's mural (silent) (undated), a man in a hotel room ordering room service (silent) (segment titled "Gary Russell") (undated), views of a raft race on the Tanana River (silent) (undated), Equinox Marathon participants running and walking up a hillside at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, a reporter talking about a course record set by Chris Haines (sound) (1970), crazy shoppers at the Pantry Market for a commercial, views of downtown Fairbanks (silent) (segment titled "Pantry Market") (undated), interior and exterior views of Mt. McKinley Mutual Savings Bank (silent) (undated), grocery store scenes (silent) (January 31, 1976), a man talking about RCA developments that improve the broadcast quality of film (sound) (undated), exterior and interior views of the FMUS Chena Power Plant (silent) (undated), men and women speaking on behalf of Steve Cowper (silent and sound) (undated), Jay Hammond being interviewed about gas line issues, D-2 lands, Bowhead whale hunting, and other topics (sound) (undated), dog mushers racing on trails (silent) (undated), women in a hot tub for a Scandia commercial (silent) (undated), 1972 Midnight Sun 600 snowmachine race racers arriving in Nenana on January 26, 1972 (silent) (undated), snowy Fairbanks streets, people shoveling snow (silent) (undated), and snowy scenes (silent) (January 24, 1971).
[KTVF miscellaneous short clips, mental health stories, etc.]
[KTVF miscellaneous short clips, mental health stories, etc.]
Some segments of film contain audio, others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on the original film are given here in parentheses. Footage includes a man talking about community mental health services in Alaska (sound) (segment titled "Jack McCone") (undated), a woman talking on a phone (silent) (segment titled "Mental Health - Audrey Erkenlens") (undated), children working on craft projects, classroom views (sound) (segment titled "Wendy cutaways") (undated), a counselor talking to a client (silent) (segment titled "Counselor/ Client cutaway") (undated), a man and woman talking on the phone for a modular home commercial (silent) (segment titled "Columbia") (undated), Karen Algarin and others working at desks, typing, and talking on phones (silent) (segment titled "Mental Health cutaways") (undated), people in an office talking (silent) (segment titled "Dr. Doolittle - Audrey phone/secretary") (undated), men in Golden Days costumes, a fashion show in a banquet hall (sound) (segment titled "Golden Days Fashion Show - Traveler's Inn 1977"), a woman being interviewed about the Hope Center, men and women working with disabled clients (sound) (segment titled "Lynn Horning") (undated), a man feeding a penned moose, a man speaking from riverboat at Alaskaland while filming a political commercial (silent and sound) (segment titled "Frank Gold") (undated), a man walking into Dr. Gold's office (silent) (undated), and children playing with toys (silent) (undated).
[KTVF miscellaneous short clips, Sitka, news clips, etc.]
[KTVF miscellaneous short clips, Sitka, news clips, etc.]
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 harbor views (segment titled "Sitka harbor"), totem poles, a television talk show (segment titled "KSA-TV Sitka"), an interview scene, a man on a motorcycle, men in hardhats, men in a forest, construction scenes (segment titled "Anchorage construction"), Warwick talking to elderly gentlemen (segment titled "Pioneer's Home"), a KSA-TV clip, Ted Stevens, an interview scene, wharf views, Ted Stevens again, a strongman contest (all silent) (all undated), a school board hearing about the expulsion of a boy for wearing long hair in a public school (sound) (undated), scenes from a HIPOW auction (sound) (undated), firefighters cleaning up a scene after a fire in downtown Fairbanks (silent) (segment titled "Jean Dixon") (undated), a tourism banquet and speakers at the Traveler's Inn in Fairbanks (sound) (undated), Hunter Elementary School students climbing on a new playground fire truck (sound) (undated), school board officials touring Nordale School (sound) (undated), a woman in a kitchen, views of a cabin interior, people talking at a table, an outhouse, exterior cabin views (all silent) (all undated), a man promoting a Fairbanks housing development (sound) (segment titled "McGuire Development spot") (undated), a woman talking about career possibilities for West Valley High School students (sound) (segment titled "Roger and Nancy") (undated), women talking (silent) (segment titled "Mae and others") (undated), an elderly woman and beaded moccasins (silent) (undated), men meeting in front of City Hall (silent) (segment titled "Gold/City Hall") (undated), women playing homemade drums (sound) (segment titled "Dumbek Drum") (undated), women talking (silent) (segment titled "Pioneer Home interview") (undated), a beekeeper being interviewed (sound and silent) (undated), the aftermath of a car accident (silent) (segment titled "Car Crash Lacey Street") (undated), kids on a playground and in a classroom (sound) (segment titled ("Hunter School") (undated), trees (silent) (segment titled "Herbicides") (undated), construction (sound) (segment titled "Build Old Folks Home") (undated), a man driving a Sourdough fuel truck (silent) (undated), a girl on a scale (silent) (undated), a man talking (silent) (segment titled "Jack") (undated), a woman talking on a phone for a modular home commercial (sound) (segment titled "Mobile Homes") (undated), Fairbanks aerial views, and pipeline construction scenes (silent and sound) (undated).
[KTVF news stories]
[KTVF news stories]
Some segments of film contain a soundtrack, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on original film are given here in parentheses. The footage features a Fairbanks Police Department van, police checking the doors of a home (January 13, 1974) (sound), a backhoe digging trenches, a lot full of pipes and equipment (segment titled "Water System Construction") (August 1, 1974) (silent), a ground-breaking ceremony (segment titled "Hamilton Acres School") (1974) (silent), a wolf and pups in a pen at a zoo (untitled and undated) (silent), cows and calves at a farm at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (segment titled "U of A Field Day") (August 3, 1974) (silent), a ground-breaking ceremony (August 5, 1974) (silent), men and women being interviewed about President Nixon's impeachment and the Watergate scandal (segment is titled "Man on Street: Day of Nixon Impeachment") (1974) (sound), a red carpet being rolled out for journalist Charles Kuralt at the Fairbanks airport, the "On the Road" car (August 16, 1974) (silent), another ground-breaking ceremony (segment is titled "North Star Terminals") (1974) (silent), housing units on display (segment is titled "AC-DC House") (1974) (silent), firefighters dousing flames at a house fire (segment titled "Hamilton Acres Fire") (1974) (silent), Northward Building renovation scenes (segment titled "Northward New Installation") (August 25, 1974) (silent), men work on a street with equipment (segment titled "Barnette Street Construction") (September 5, 1974) (silent), a bus driver being interviewed about the school bus schedule in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District (September, 1974) (sound), a man being interviewed about small mining operations in interior Alaska (segment titled "Gold interview") (September 10, 1974) (sound), the burning of brush piles along a road cut (segment titled "Airport Road Burning") (September 11, 1974) (silent), a street being torn up to expose water pipes (segment titled "Aurora-Johnson Water Construction") (September 11, 1974) (silent), and trees in autumn (September 17, 1974) (sound).
[KTVF news stories, 1972 interviews, Tundra Times banquet, Steel Hotel, election analysis]
[KTVF news stories, 1972 interviews, Tundra Times banquet, Steel Hotel, election analysis]
Some segments of this 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 dorm building at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, students being interviewed about the rural student dorm at UAF (October 14, 1972) (sound), a broken railing on a bridge, divers helping to retrieve a vehicle from a river as spectators watch (1972) (silent), the Tundra Times newspapers and offices, editor Howard Rock being interviewed about the newspaper's history (October 15, 1972) (sound), views of Island Drop-In Center (October 16, 1972) (silent), construction scenes at Fairbanks Medical Center, a health spa, El Dorado Estates condominiums, Pioneer Chevron Station on Minnie Street (October 17, 1972) (sound), men speaking at a banquet ceremony celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Tundra Times (October 21, 1972) (sound), grand opening ceremonies at a bank (title of segment is "NBA") (October 21, 1972) (silent), actor Leonard Nimoy getting off an airplane in Fairbanks and being interviewed about the television show Star Trek (October 23, 1972) (sound), people at a meeting speaking about corruption charges against a legislator (segment is titled "Anti-Bradner") (October 26, 1972) (sound), military personnel pumping up a liquid spill (title of segment is "Leak") (October 27, 1972) (silent), people at a hearing, maps of Denali Park (segment is titled "Parks") (October 27, 1972) (silent), people giving blood at a blood bank (October 28, 1972) (sound), people leaving the Steel Hotel, views of the Polaris apartment building (October 30, 1972) (silent), views of airplanes re-routed to Fairbanks because of bad weather in Anchorage (October 30, 1972) (sound), people signing documents (segment is titled "Crisis Line Program") (November 1, 1972) (silent), meeting scenes (segment is titled "ASIS") (November 2, 1972) (silent), views of a road and intersection (segment titled "Gillam etc.") (November 2, 1972) (silent), elementary school students voting in a mock Presidential election and being interviewed (segment is titled "Denali") (November 2, 1972) (sound), a man speaking at a Kiwanis Club about legislation and the oil industry (segment is titled "Havelock") (November 2, 1972) (sound), an election center analysis (segment titled "Election Night") (November 7, 1972) (silent), a Fairbanks American Legion flag-raising ceremony at a Veteran's Day Ceremony (November 11, 1972) (sound), displays of crafts and ribbons, a girl with a baton, and a girl with a unicycle (segment is titled "Youth Fair") (November 11, 1972) (silent).
[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, Anchorage airport construction, dredge]
[KTVF news stories, Anchorage airport construction, dredge]
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 a short clip of man speaking about his decision to run for state government (no date or description) (sound), hospital patients going through rehabilitation (segment is titled "Exercise") (no date) (silent), a woman talking (no date or description) (silent), children talking to a man in a Santa Claus costume (no date or description) (silent), people at a meeting, a Civil Air Patrol airplane (segment is titled "Migliaccio Film") (no date) (silent), views of a tower and parking lot at the Anchorage airport, airplanes taxiing to a terminal, Anchorage scenes, construction scenes (no date) (silent), men working on utility poles (segment is titled "MUS Update") (August 2, 1973) (silent), boats in a harbor (segment is titled "Places - Sitka Boat Harbor") (no date) (silent), scenes from aboard the fishing boat Anna J, a bumper sticker that says "Stop Foreign Fish Pirates" on a vehicle belonging to a state legislator, Pioneer Home residents (segment is titled "Fishing Boat, Pioneer Home outs") (no date) (silent) a promotion video for a program about the Hogatza gold dredge, one of the last large operating dredges in Alaska (July 20, 1971) (sound), a man playing banjo, a man in a dog yard talking about his support of Steve Cowper for state government, Steve Cowper walking through snow (no date) (sound), women in an exercise class (no date or description) (silent), a woman talking about her life as a legislator living aboard a houseboat in Juneau (segment is titled "Sally Smith") (no date) (sound), a commercial for Piccadilly wigs in the basement of the Arctic Bowl building in Fairbanks (no date) (sound), a disc jockey at work in a radio studio (segment is titled "Chuck Benson R.B. Request Line") (no date) (silent), a brief clip of a woman being interviewed about a sled dog race (segment is titled "Roxi Brooks") (no date) (sound), Jim Kowalski being interviewed about his organization's suit against the Alyeska Pipeline company as well as about his thoughts on the opening of the pipeline and Haul Road (no date) (sound), construction scenes at the Fairbanks airport, a new tower being constructed (no date) (silent), Steve Cowper standing near pipeline construction materials and speaking about impact funding (no date) (sound), Fairbanks firefighters (no date or description) (silent), church services at Eielson Church of Christ (no date) (silent), men and women in Golden Days costumes (no date) (silent), views of a backyard pool, a woman cleaning a pool, a water slide (segment is titled "Rees Pool") (no date) (silent), Steve Cowper talking about his candidacy for Alaska State House (no date) (sound), and ice fog in and over Fairbanks (no date) (silent).
[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, bison hunt, Chena Hot Springs, baseball, snowmachines, Bike-A-Thon]
[KTVF news stories, bison hunt, Chena Hot Springs, baseball, snowmachines, Bike-A-Thon]
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 features a basketball game at the Patty Gym on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus. The University of Washington Huskies won over the University of Alaska Nanooks (January 16, 1970) (sound). The film also shows snowmobiles racing around a short track (the title of the segment is "North Pole snowmobiles") (February 7, 1970) (silent), men with rifles shooting at targets, bison running through the woods, men shooting and butchering a bison (1970) (silent), Chena Hot Springs Resort, reporter Larry Holmstrom talking about the history of the resort and the affects of the 1967 flood, owner Carl Wilson being interviewed about the new pool house he built (circ. May 1971) (sound), a ceremony at the Goldpanners baseball stadium in Fairbanks, men making announcements, teams running out onto the field (June 22, 1971) (silent), an Alaska Native elder being interviewed on the history of the Eskimo Olympics games, scenes from a ceremony at the Olympics (July 30, 1971) (sound), men in running shorts and t-shirts using axes to mark and clear a trail through the woods (September 15, 1971) (silent), snow machines lining up for a race off of Farmer's Loop Road north of Fairbanks, the winner of the race being interviewed, scenes following a snow machine accident (the segment is titled "North American Snow Machine Race 1972") (silent and sound), a safety awards ceremony at Joy Elementary School, ice cream being served to students (January 28, 1972). (sound), a man talking about budget issues at the 1972 United Good Neighbors Campaign ceremony (January 29, 1972) (sound), people riding in dogsleds, dog sled races, an announcer in a booth, spectators at the races (the segment is titled "old dog racing footage" and "dog sled races March 15, 1972") (silent and sound), people on bikes gathering at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and riding to Nenana, bikers resting at the Nenana Civic Center, and bikers boarding a train (segment is titled "Bike-A-Thon") (June 1972) (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, commercial outtakes, hang-gliding]
[KTVF news stories, commercial outtakes, hang-gliding]
Some segments of film contain a soundtrack, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on original film are given here in parentheses. This film contains outtake scenes from local Fairbanks commercials (title of segment is "Bloopers") (undated) (sound), views of a Winnebago vehicle equipped with broadcast gear and advertisements for Jim Thompson Ford driving around Fairbanks (segment is titled "Mini Winnie") (undated) (sound), time-lapse views of KTVF staff at work (segment is titled "Our Staff") (undated) (silent), a bride and groom, humorous scenes of a man on skis, an interview with a man at a softball game (untitled and undated segment) (silent and sound), and hang-gliders attempting to get airborne (August 27, 1975) (sound).
[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, construction, Special Olympics]
[KTVF news stories, construction, Special Olympics]
Some segments of film contain audio, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information is given here in parentheses. The footage features people performing a play (March 1977) (silent), views of a bank and a drive-thru window (story titled "Interior City Bank") (March 1977) (silent), cross country ski race scenes (story titled "Junior Nationals Cross Country Skiing") (March 1977) (silent), file cabinets and stacks of papers (story titled "Assessments") (March 3, 1977) (silent), aerial views of a valley, a cabin in the mountains, a man measuring a tree and walking through snow (March 1977) (silent), a bank thermometer reading 38 degrees, views of people walking downtown (story titled "Winter Wane") (March 1977) (silent), views of the Bentley Mall under construction (story titled "Bentley Mall") (March 1977) (silent), King Hotel, Lamonts building along Airport Way in Fairbanks (story titled "Lamonts") (March 1977) (silent), Arctic First Federal Savings building (story titled "robbery") (March 9, 1977) (silent), bridge construction (story titled "Preserve Pleaze" (March 3, 1977) (silent), artwork on display (March 11, 1977) (silent), a blanket toss on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus (March 1977) (silent), bridge construction scenes (story titled "Chena Bridge Work") (March 11, 1977) (silent), men and an airplane, a lake in summer, frozen cabins and vehicles [in overflow ice?] (segment titled "Wild Lake") (March 1, 1977) (silent), a display of arctic survival gear (March 1977) (silent), roadside trash (April 1977) (silent), views from the UAF campus, the University of Alaska Fire Department, a cabin on fire (April 1977) (silent), a man being interviewed about fire and homeowners insurance (April 1977) (sound), undeveloped lots, traffic in the Fairbanks area (story titled "Council Chatter - Executive Park") (April 11, 1977) (silent), people voting, polling station scenes, a sample ballot (story titled "College Service Area Vote") (April 19, 1977) (silent), the construction of the Fairbanks Northstar Borough Library (April 1977) (silent), traffic on Parks Highway, Goldhill Campground (April 1977) (silent), Federal Building construction scenes (April 1977) (silent), a Rotary Club meeting, men signing a document (April 1977) (silent), structure fires (undated) (silent), poles and traffic lights being installed at an intersection (story is titled "Lights at Aurora and College Road") (April 20, 1977) (silent), a demonstration of Frisbee-throwing techniques in a school gymnasium (April 8, 1977) (silent), the aftermath of an apartment fire (April 7, 1977) (silent), downtown Fairbanks scenes during breakup (April 4, 1977) (silent), Special Olympics games being held on the UAF campus (story titled "Special Olympics") (May 2, 1977) (silent), trash and debris at a rifle range (May 10, 1977) (silent), a roadside vendor peddling from a van (story titled "College Road Vendor") (May 1977) (silent), and military groups marching in formation in a field (story titled "Marching") (May 20, 1977) (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, Cordova, 1977 mushers]
[KTVF news stories, Cordova, 1977 mushers]
Some segments of film contain a soundtrack, others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on original film are given here in parentheses. Footage features views of a nighttime rocket launch (no date or description) (silent). Aerial views of Fort Wainwright (no date or description) (silent). A commercial for Nerland's Warehouse Store on Illinois Street with views of the furniture store and the downtown Fairbanks area (no date) (sound). An Alaska Railroad engine painted in a red, white and blue color scheme (no date or description) (silent). A woman interviews Moe Samuelson about his race boat (no date) (sound). Men and women at a pancake feed in Fairbanks (no date) (sound). A man demonstrates goldpanning to a crowd in a J.C. Penney's parking lot in Fairbanks (no date) (sound). Women try on Golden Days-style hats (no date) (sound). Ralph Migliaccio speaks about his candidacy for city council and about a failed Fairbanks water project and traffic problems (no date) (sound). Views of men and women at an airport baggage claim, trucker Sam Little among crowd of people, people waiting in line and holding Teamsters paperwork, airport scenes (segment is titled "Union Call and Airport") (no date) (silent). People go through a banquet line at potlatch, Native Dancing at Lathrop High School Gym (no date or description) (sound). Men and women speak at meeting about the borough assembly's cutting of the school budget (no date) (sound). Two girls congratulated by adults (segment is titled "Spelling Bee") (no date) (silent). Views of Cordova harbor and town streets, story about town's history and economic struggles (no date) (sound). Two KTVF promos (no date ) (sound). Aerial view of a road, sign at the road link-up site at the South Fork Koyukuk River Valley, pipeline workers celebrate (no date or description) (sound). Spectators watch as dog mushers start and end a race in Fairbanks (notes accompanying film identify Marvin Kockrine, Roxi Brooks Wood, and George Attla), mushers Carl Huntington and George Attla are interviewed (segment is titled "1977 Mushers") (sound). Woman is interviewed (segment is titled "Marge Pentland") (no date) (silent). Views of children and the elderly (segment is titled "Pioneer Home") (no date) (silent). A woman talks to a girl (segment is titled "SS - Mae and Kid") (no date) (silent). A woman talks on phone and performs office tasks (segment is titled SS - Receipt") (no date) (silent).
[KTVF news stories, dog mushing, Pump Station Number One]
[KTVF news stories, dog mushing, Pump Station Number One]
Some segments of film contain audio, and others are silent. The footage features a man hooking up a dog team to a sled and driving the team through woods, two people and many supplies on a sled, a sled overturning and men pushing it upright, a man skiing between the dogs and the sled, men stopping at a cabin, dogs being fed frozen fish, more dog mushing scenes, and a man unloading supplies from a cache (segment is untitled and undated) (silent). This is followed by footage of Dr. Darch of the Alyeska Pipeline company speaking about pipeline security and other issues, aerial views of tundra and oil-drilling facilities, Dr. Darch being interviewed, and interior and exterior views of Pump Station One. (segment is untitled and undated) (sound).
[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, Ester, phone booths, bars, Fairbanks housing]
[KTVF news stories, Ester, phone booths, bars, Fairbanks housing]
Specific dates and other information noted on the original film are given here in parentheses. The film features bullet holes in the walls of a police department office, United States Air Force jets with bicentennial logos on display, the Chena River and downtown Fairbanks, Ester buildings, Cripple Creek Cache, the Malemute Saloon, Cripple Creek Hotel, Chilkoot Charlie's, the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, a street torn apart, men working on damaged utility pipes, black smoke spewing from a power plant stack, people gathering in front of the Bunnell Building at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, cars parked along a roadside, people walking into the brush (title of segment is "Where's Harry?") (August 5, 1976), flower beds and water sprinklers in downtown Fairbanks, phone booths in downtown Fairbanks, people using phone booths, trees that have been marked and cut, slash piles, traffic and parking lots in downtown Fairbanks, workers welding Trans-Alaska Pipeline sections, people riding on a bus, Governor Jay Hammond being presented with a medallion, views of Diary Queen and Alaska National Bank on University Avenue in Fairbanks, building construction, the construction of the Federal Building in Fairbanks, reserved parking spots in a parking garage, a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a bike path, Governor Jay Hammond on a bicycle, various trailer parks, construction in downtown Fairbanks (title of segment is "NOW UC Borough"), landscaped lawns and flower displays throughout Fairbanks, downtown Fairbanks bars and liquor stores, the Elbow Room, the Savoy Bar, the Flame Lounge, Mecca Bar, the Persian Room, the Roustabout (title of segment is "Closure"), an overview of downtown Fairbanks, and views of apartment buildings and houses in the area.
[KTVF news stories, Fairbanks coal bunker, President Ford visits pipeline]
[KTVF news stories, Fairbanks coal bunker, President Ford visits pipeline]
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 includes cars going in and out of a parking lot, a toll-booth, a sign with a list of fees (title of segment is "Penney's Parking Lot") (October 21, 1975) (silent), ATCO units and tractor trailers parked near a river and railroad, a voice-over story about the ways in which Healy-area coal is utilized in Interior Alaska (November 1975) (sound), coal bunkers, coal cars, a front end loader scooping coal, a Fairbanks power plant (no date) (silent), exterior views of a Fairbanks power plant, piles of coal (no date) (silent), army helicopters, soldiers in arctic gear, war games (no date) (silent), a Fairbanks power plant (no date) (silent), views of Alyeska's Fairbanks Highway Movement Center, asphalt being laid on a road bed, Fairbanks traffic (no date) (silent), people sleeping and waiting at the airport (no date) (silent), a power plant, a reporter talking about a crisis at GVEA (title of segment is "Power Shutdown") (November 20, 1975) (sound), interior and exterior views of a military hangar, a "Welcome Betty and Gerald" sign (no date) (silent), president Ford and Betty Ford stepping off of an airplane, Ford giving a speech and touring pipeline facilities (no date) (sound and silent), Yukon bridge construction (October 1975) (silent), icy streets and cars in Fairbanks (no date) (silent), jack-o-lanterns and Christmas trees on display (segment is titled "Pumpkins and Christmas") (October 30, 1975) (silent), a view of GVEA power plant facilities (segment is titled "GVEA Breakdown Power") (December 9, 1975) (silent), gas stations, road signs and traffic along Alaska highways in the Delta Junction area (no date) (silent). Christmas decorations are displayed on utility poles (no date) (silent). Sewage treatment plant in Fairbanks (segment is titled "Sewage Plant") (December 1, 1975) (silent), an Alaska Air National Guard hangar and aircraft (no date) (silent), a man being interviewed about the economic future of Delta Junction in a post-pipeline-construction era (December 1975) (sound), a group of women being interviewed about the future of the Delta Junction area (no date) (sound), and firefighters walking around a school to examine fire and water damage (title of segment is "One of Elementary School Fires - Summer 1975 - outs") (1975) (silent).
[KTVF news stories, Fairbanks housing and traffic, smokejumpers]
[KTVF news stories, Fairbanks housing and traffic, smokejumpers]
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 men being interviewed about the housing shortage in Fairbanks and borough rezoning efforts that would regulate boarding houses, the borough mayor being interviewed (June 1975) (sound and silent), a reporter touring facilties used by the BLM smokejumpers (June 1975) (poor sound), Fairbanks mobile home park scenes (June 1975) (silent), a machine called the "Kar Killer" being used to crush junk cars (June 1975) (sound), a military representative being interviewed about the Chena Flood Control project (June 24, 1975) (sound), bystanders watching as a body is pulled from the Chena River (June 1975) (silent), the NASA Ames Research Center and high altitude views of a large city (June 1975) (silent), the groundbreaking ceremony for the Fairbanks Federal Building (July 23, 1975) (sound), a man being interviewed about the (Pan-Am) airline service to Fairbanks (July 14, 1975) (sound), banquet scenes (July 14, 1975) (poor sound), animals at the Alaskaland zoo (July 14, 1975) (silent), Fairbanks neighborhood scenes (July 15, 1975) (silent), rainy downtown Fairbanks scenes (July 15, 1975) (silent), the NOAA Gilmore Creek Facility (July 16, 1975) (silent), Disneyland's construction in California (July 17, 1975) (sound), an Air Force C-5 cargo airplane loaded with luggage and equipment (July 19, 1975) (silent), a police officer and "Safety Bear" meeting with children to talk about summer safety (July 19, 1975) (sound), an interview with the city manager of Juneau about the possible impact of moving the capital (July 29, 1975) (sound), men in Revolutionary War and Civil War costumes, a choir singing (July 25, 1975) (sound), athlete Jesse Owens being interviewed by a Fairbanks reporter (July 25, 1975) (sound), aerial views of wildfire (July 1975) (silent), a small airplane overturned near Fort Wainwright (July 1975) (silent), traffic on Lathrop Street (July 1975) (silent), traffic on Cushman Street (July 4, 1975) (silent), and scenes of various old Fairbanks cabins (July 31, 1975) (silent).
[KTVF news stories, fires, proposed gas pipeline, Fairbanks growth]
[KTVF news stories, fires, proposed gas pipeline, Fairbanks growth]
Some segments contain a soundtrack, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on the original film are given here in parentheses. The film includes construction workers tearing apart the old St. Joseph's Hospital, interior and exterior views of the hospital (April 1975) (silent), poll workers, voters, voting booths (April 1975) (silent), roadside litter in Fairbanks (May 13, 1975) (silent), views of the Chena River from downtown Fairbanks as the river nears floodstage (May 13, 1975) (silent), a fire destroying Chatanika Lodge (May 15, 1975) (silent), crews putting out fires on an electric line (May 12, 1975) (silent), the tripod on the Tanana River in Nenana, water flowing, an "Ice Pool" hut (May 10, 1975) (silent), firefighters battling a blaze on top of the Northward Building in Fairbanks (May 31, 1975) (silent), U.S. Senator Mike Gravel being interviewed about the proposed Alaska natural gas pipeline, D2 land withdrawals, Alaska's growing population (May 29, 1975) (sound), kids registering bicycles, the bikes being inspected, kids participating in a bike safety course (May 30, 1975) (silent), a group of men listening to people speak (May 27, 1975) (silent), crowded campground scenes, men being interviewed, a discussion about pipeline workers who live in campgrounds (May 24, 1975) (sound), airport scenes, a man being greeted (May 1975) (silent), a nighttime fire at Van Horn Lodge, firefighters battling a large blaze (May 1975) (silent), the teamsters building, traffic on a street (May 1975) (silent), aerial views of the Chena River (and overflow near Moss Creek Dam), water pouring over a road (silent), people standing in a line being interviewed (sound), Prudhoe Bay area scenes, caribou, waterfowl, research area signs, aerial views of mountains, arctic gas pipeline maps (May 8, 1975) (silent), borough landfill scenes, a man being interviewed about the future of the landfill (June 9, 1975) (sound), a building fire at Miller Machinery, people carrying out belongings, firefighters and a bulldozer (June 6, 1975) (sound), post office scenes, a story about a shortage of post office boxes and postal workers (June 6, 1975) (sound), and construction projects in the Fairbanks area (June 3, 1975) (sound).
[KTVF news stories, Fort Wainwright, hospital dedication, floods]
[KTVF news stories, Fort Wainwright, hospital dedication, floods]
Some segments of film contain audio, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on original film are given here in parentheses. Footage includes earth-moving equipment, Fort Wainwright roads and dikes, a story about efforts to protect Ketchum Road and Fort Wainwright runways from flooding (undated, possibly 1970) (sound), a Borough Assembly meeting, people speaking about school budget issues (undated, possibly 1970) (sound), Student Council President Jerry Foster interviewing fellow students at Joy Elementary School (including Martin Thies and others) on the last day of the school year (undated, possibly 1970) (sound), scenes from the Miss Alaska Universe Pageant in 1972 (March 13, 1972) (sound), a structure fire (story titled "Badger Fire") (March 14, 1972) (silent), a man being put into a police car (story titled "Arrest") (March 16, 1972) (silent), women preparing meat and berries for a Fairbanks Native Association Potlatch, scenes at Carole Drake's home (March 17, 1972) (sound), scenes from the Farm Forum at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Wood Center, agricultural topics and the Native Land Claims Settlement Act being discussed (March 17, 1972) (sound), Ted Stevens and other dignitaries at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Fairbanks Memorial Hospital (March 20, 1972) (sound), Ted Stevens and others at a potlatch, Natives dancing and singing in a gymnasium (March 20, 1972) (sound), people exiting a courtroom, men being interviewed about Borough Assembly voting procedures (story titled "Carp/Jackson/Belahay - Reapportion") (March 22, 1972) (sound), meeting scenes, a man being interviewed about alcohol licensing on the UAF campus (story titled "Carp/Doogan") (March 22, 1972) (sound), Dr. William Wood and others at the Mayor's Ball (1972) (sound), a man being interviewed about a Borough Assembly reapportionment (story titled "Bettesworth - Reapportionment Suit") (May 1, 1972) (sound), a man being interviewed about 40-year-anniversary activities at Alaska Airlines (story titled "Giersdorf - Alaska Airlines") (May 2, 1972) (sound), University Park Elementary School students being given seedling trees to plant (May 2, 1972) (sound), a story about debris-clogged culverts, scenes of flooded streets and homes (segment titled "Martin/Egan - Flood") (May 8, 1972) (sound), scenes of river breakup in spring (story titled "Dave McFarland - River Forecast") (May 9, 1972) (sound), views of new council chambers and other offices in a Fifth Avenue building in Fairbanks (May 9, 1972) (sound), flood water in a neighborhood area, people walking through flood waters, aerial views of ice on a river (story titled "Egan/Carlson - Flood") (May 10, 1972) (sound), men and women being interviewed at a formal ceremony for the Midnight Sun Council of the Boy Scouts at the UAF Wood Center (May 10, 1972) (sound).
[KTVF news stories from 1972]
[KTVF news stories from 1972]
Footage and stories include the Pioneers of Alaska election of Mariel Wilbur and Howard Marlin reported by Pat Egan (1/10/72), Chuck Reese being interviewed by Larry Carpenter about school superintendent Taylor resigning (1/10/72), silent footage of a house fire at night with an Eielson fire truck nearby (1/10/72), Lou Haines explaining a new detox program in Alaska (1/10/72), Larry Carpenter reporting on an election at the Tanana Chiefs Conference and interviewing President Tim Wallis (1/11/72), magistrate training in Fairbanks reported by Pat Egan (1/12/72), a U.S. Navy officer talking about the Soviet Navy (1/13/72), utility trucks during power outage in winter (1/13/72), Larry Carpenter reporting on the Judicial Council in Alaska with comments by Judge Hugh Connelly and Dean Fouts (1/14/72), Phil Deisher reporting on the Institute of Marine Science in the Duckering Building at the University of Alaska Fairbanks with an interview of Dr. Donald Hood (1/14/72), and an unidentified man speaking about air pollution monitoring programs that will be developed in Fairbanks.
[KTVF news stories from 1972, Senator Ted Stevens, Dr. William Wood]
[KTVF news stories from 1972, Senator Ted Stevens, Dr. William Wood]
Footage and stories include reporter Larry Holmstrom interviewing people about the issuance of the permit for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline (5/11/72), Larry Dworkin being interviewed, Larry Holmstrom presenting a story on the level of the Chena River during break-up (5/11/72), silent footage of people turning in petitions (5/12/72), reporter Phil Deisher interviewing petition organizers about the recall of school board president Chuck Reese, silent footage of vandalism at Hunter School (5/13/72), Larry Carpenter reporting on the Alaska Republican Convention at the McKinley Park Hotel with a speech by Senator Ted Stevens on President Nixon's role in the Alaska Native Land Claims and the pipeline right-of-way as well as a speech by Howard Pollock (5/15/72), 1972 Commencement the University of Alaska Fairbanks reported by Larry Carpenter with speeches by Governor Egan, and Dr. Wood announcing his retirement (5/12/72).
[KTVF news stories from 1973]
[KTVF news stories from 1973]
Footage includes a simulated school bus disaster drill (sound), Rainbow Girls walking along a sidewalk (7/10/73), workers at Greer Tank and Welding (7/11/73), a man and children loading a bus camper (7/13/73), Governor Keith Miller driving a golden spike in the Alaska Railroad rededication ceremony at the Tanana River Bridge in Nenana (7/15/73), the interior of Foodland (7/14/73), a Felix Pedro look-alike (7/18/73), a band performing at a University of Alaska music camp and director Charles Davis being interviewed about camp activities (sound) (7/21/73), the rededication of a Pedro Monument (7/23/73), antique automobiles in a Penneys parking lot (7/28/73), the University of Alaska Safety and Security building (sound) (7/23/73), a gold display at the C.J. Berry Gold Room (7/27/73), Cathie Reese being interviewed by Larry Holmstrom about her swimming pool, an Alaska Airlines jet (image reversed) (8/16/73), military officer Ambrose retiring (8/16/73), a Wien jet arriving and cast members from the television series Gunsmoke departing (8/16/73), a ground-breaking ceremony for the Chena River Lakes Project, University of Alaska President Hiatt being interviewed by reporter Larry Carpenter about direction for the university (sound) (8/20/73), and an unidentified meeting (8/21/73).
[KTVF news stories from Fairbanks between 1970 and 1976]
[KTVF news stories from Fairbanks between 1970 and 1976]
Footage includes a musher on a trail, a sled, a dog truck, a musher hooking up dogs and riding on a trail (1974), musher Harvey Drake being interviewed about sled dogs by reporter Chuck Benson (1974), Jerry Evans being interviewed by reporter Chuck Benson after winning a snowmachine race (1974), basketball trophy presentations, sled dog races and spectators at a dog mushers' track on Farmers Loop Road, short segments of film with Andy Warwick and Tom Fink endorsing Warwick for Lieutenant Governor, Joe Redington being interviewed by reporter Jay Lewis after finishing second place in the 1976 Open North American sled dog race, Harvey Drake being interviewed by reporter Jay Lewis after winning the 1976 open North American sled dog race, dog race spectators (1976), a blanket toss during the dog races (1972), and a sled dog weight pulling contest.
[KTVF news stories from Fairbanks between 1972 and 1975]
[KTVF news stories from Fairbanks between 1972 and 1975]
Footage includes an interview with Mac Fenton about school board issues concerning smoking in schools, Mayor Julian Rice and Wally Droz being interviewed about the relationship between the mayor and the city clerk, an unidentified man being interviewed by reporter Sunny Carpenter about a satellite telemetry project at the University of Alaska, and a Capital International Airways DC-8 crash story from Anchorage International Airport.