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Film Collection

Subject Source: Local sources
Scope Note: Distinguishes audiovisual material in the Library that are part of the 1987 Cataloged Film Collection created under the direction of Nina Root.

Found in 292 Collections and/or Records:

Wings to the south

Identifier: Film Collection no. 248
Scope and Contents This film, taken on the coast of Texas, is primarily comprised of footage of birds. Establishing shots of a harbor, boats, and fishermen open the film. A great variety of Texas shore birds are shown in this segment of the film: laughing gulls, black skimmers, spoonbills, royal terns, Inca doves, caracara, heron, reddish egrets, white egrets, and brown pelicans. Eggs, nests, and chicks of several of these species are featured. A box turtle and a desert tortoise are filmed eating. An armadillo...
Dates: [192-?]

Young wild animals ; Antibiotics ; Whaling industry

Identifier: Film Collection no. 75
Scope and Contents SEGMENT 1: Young Wild Animals. In a take-off on Edward R. Murrow's "Person to Person" program, Charles Collingwood, narrator of the Adventure series, "interviews" a young bear and shows films of bears interacting with a fox, skunk, raccoon, porcupine, otters, and other animals in upstate New York. SEGMENT 2: Antibiotics. In a remote broadcast from the largest manufacturer of antibiotics in the world, Pfizer and Company in Brooklyn, Jasper King, vice-president in charge of research, allows...
Dates: 1954