12 finding aid(s) found containing the word(s) Film negatives.

  1. Louisiana hayride collection, 1904-2006

    5 linear feet (10 boxes, 1 map case folder, approximately 4,375 items) ;. 190 photographic prints : . 110 negatives : . over 200 sound recordings, including 7-inch analog sound tape reels and digital (DAT) sound cassettes; vinyl and shellac analog discs in various sizes and speeds (78, 45, and 33 1/3 rpm); and digital compact discs (CD and CD-R). 37 videocassettes, including 1/2-inch analog VHS and SVHS, and 1/4-inch digital DVCAM videocassettes. -- Recorded Sound Research Center, National Audio-Visual Conservation Center, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

    Summary:

    The collection documents radio history in Shreveport, Louisiana, with a special emphasis on the Louisiana Hayride country music program. Major topics include the earliest radio broadcasts in Shreveport, the founding and growth of KWKH radio under owner/broadcaster W.K. Henderson, and the legendary performances of the Louisiana Hayride program, which was broadcast live on KWKH radio from the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium. Manuscripts and photographs are available for research; sound and video recordings are still in process.

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  2. Tom Raymond collection

    2 manuscript folders.. 12,437 photographs: color and black-and-white transparencies, slides, negatives ; various sizes.. 14 linear feet.. -- American Folklife Center, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

    Summary:

    Collection of photographs taken by Tom Raymond documenting storytellers and audiences at the annual National Storytelling Festival, Jonesborough, Tennessee, from circa 1984 to 2003. Most are 35 mm color slides and negatives. The collection documents the major storytellers and performers at the festival with more than 1,500 photographs of storyteller Ray Hicks taken at the festival over the years and at his home in Beech Mountain, North Carolina.

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  3. Visual materials from the Blackwell family papers

    171 items (chiefly lantern slides and photographic prints) ; 28 x 23 cm. or smaller. -- Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

    Summary:

    The Blackwell family members worked from women's rights. This collection includes images of events and portraits of notable women and men involved in the women's suffrage movement.

  4. Look Magazine Picture Research File (Library of Congress)

    ca. 53,000 photographic prints (chiefly b&w, a few color). ca. 1,800 safety and nitrate film negatives (chiefly copy negatives). ca. 1,300 color transparencies. -- Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

    Summary:

    A collection of chiefly photographic prints used as reference material on personalities and a variety of subjects for the publication of stories in Look Magazine. Material focuses on popular activists, entertainers, politicians, locales, major conflicts, and movements of the mid-twentieth century.

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  5. Balthazar Korab collection

    542,604 items. -- Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

    Summary:

    Balthazar Korab is one of the three most significant American architectural photographers of the second half of the 20th century. His collection documents America's architectural ascendancy in the post-WWII period, including the works of famous architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Eero Saarinen, I. M. Pei, and more. Korab's interests also include the Prairie and Chicago Schools of architecture, Italian architecture, American automobile culture, the Midwest, historic houses, sculptures, and natural environments.

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  6. U.S. News & World Report magazine photograph collection (Library of Congress)

    whole collection ca. 1,228,000 items. ca. 45,500 contact sheets (1,182,500 images) : b&w and some color ; 9 x 12 in. or smaller.. ca. 1,182,400 negatives : film, b&w and some color ; 35 mm., 2 1/4 in., 5 x 7 in., and 8 x 10 in.. ca. 100 transparencies : film, color ; 35 mm., 4 x 5 in., and 8 x 10 in.. -- Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

    Summary:

    Chronological pictorial representation of local, national, and international news topics, with particular emphasis on Washington, D.C., and the United States. Photojournalistic coverage of politics, government, economics, industry, education, domestic life, transportation, communication, health care, and housing. Documents political campaigns and conventions, congressional hearings, press conferences, foreign affairs, as well as space flight, consumer products, gas rationing, and campaigns for African American civil rights. Images related to protests and the aftermath of riots and material related to such issues of the period as civil rights. Covers events including the Vietnam War, Watergate, and statesmen's visits (for example, Richard Nixon's 1958 trip to the Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev's 1959 visit to the United States, and Fidel Castro's 1959 trip to the United States). Also includes Washington, D.C., sites, particularly federal government buildings and monuments. Portrayal of national political, religious, and cultural leaders and personalities. U.S. and international leaders include presidents, Martin Luther King, Jr., Fidel Castro, Indira Gandhi, Golda Meir, Anwar Sadat, and Menachem Begin.

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  7. Charles M. Goodman architectural archive

    ca. 38,500 items including ca. 14,400 drawings; 9,700 pictures; 7,200 pages of office files; 5,600 slides; 1,500 negatives and transparencies; and other materials.. -- Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

    Summary:

    Primarily architectural drawings by Charles M. Goodman and his firm for commercial and residential buildings and housing developments in Washington, D.C., and surrounding suburbs. Goodman designed over 400 built projects, primarily residences, including single family, multi-family, and apartment complexes. Goodman also designed airports, churches, government buildings, office buildings, universities and schools, and urban renewal projects, among others. Notable built projects include: Alcoa House, The Commons, Hollin Hills, River Park, Rock Creek Palisades, United States Post Offices, the Unitarian Church of Arlington, Washington DC Southwest Urban Renewal, Washington National Airport, Westgate and Westpark Research Parks. Visual and textual materials document various phases of the design process, through preliminary sketches to working drawings, as well as photographs and specifications of built projects. The archive also includes engineering drawings and landscape architecture drawings by other creators, such as Dan Kiley and Lou Bernard Voigt.

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  8. Visual materials from the Moral Re-armament records

    68,302 items including mostly B&W photographs as well as color photographs, prints, clippings, albums, B&W negatives, color transparencies, and slides. -- Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

    Summary:

    Moral Re-armament (MRA) was a global social and spiritual movement organized by Reverend Frank Buchman. The collection documents MRA activities, facilities, and visits with the public, royal dignitaries, celebrities, and political figures for events and productions around the world. The group included members of numerous denominations and races. Supporters of the organization included prominent African American civil rights leader Mary McLeod Bethune and the group's membership also included celebrities such as tennis star H.W. "Bunny" Austin and various figures of political and international prominence such as Burmese President and Secretary-General of the United Nations U Thant and former first Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany Konrad Adenauer. MRA was prolific in its production of film, theatrical, radio, and print entertainment thanks to members like Peter Howard and Alan Thornhill who scored, wrote, and directed many of the MRA productions. MRA produced many feature films such as The Crowning Experience, Decision at Midnight, and Freedom that featured actors and singers such as Martin Landau, Muriel Smith and Cecil Broadhurst, as well as many theatrical productions such as Space Is So Startling, The Drugstore Revolution, and The Tiger. MRA's international presence included regional offices, production studios, and headquarters across the country and the world, primarily on Mackinac Island, Michigan where the organization filmed and produced many of their productions. MRA also hosted large events at its estate in Caux, Switzerland.

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  9. Voices of Civil Rights Project collection, 2003-2006

    21,395 items ; 35 containers ; 14 linear feet.. 11,200 manuscript items.. 101 sound cassettes : analog.. 28 microcassettes : analog.. 266 sound discs (minidisc) digital ; 2 1/2 inch.. 4 sound discs (CD-R) : digital ; 4 3/4 inch.. 90 videocassettes (DVCAM) : digital, sound, color, 6.35 mm.. 193 videocassettes (miniDV) : digital, sound, color, 6.35 mm.. 19 videocassettes (VHS) : sound, color, 1/2 inch.. 2 video discs (DVD) : digital, sound, color, 4 3/4 inch.. approximately 8000 film negatives : color.. approximately 1492 digital photographs : color, black and white, .jpg, .gif and .tiff files.. -- American Folklife Center, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

    Summary:

    Collection consists of oral history interviews, sound and video recordings, photographs and manuscript materials documenting memories of the 20th century civil rights movements in the United States, collected by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) from 2003 to 2004 in 48 cities in the South, Midwest and western United States.

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  10. Burk Uzzle photojournalism collection (Library of Congress)

    246,887 photographs : chiefly black & white 35mm negatives and contact sheets. -- Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

    Summary:

    Selections from Burk Uzzle's collection represent over 300 photo assignments for print media and corporate clients as well as some personal work. Subject coverage depicted in his professional work is broad with emphasis on places, people and events in the United States. Topics include business and industry, personalities and politicians, social protests, urban and suburban life, and the Woodstock music festival. His personal work, chiefly unidentified, shows images from his "American Landscape" series, motorcycles, his family, and other miscellaneous subjects.