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Cultural & Academic Films

This library of academic and cultural films features collections from the Academic Film Archive and the Media Burn Independent Film Archive, as well as a selection of documentaries created by Dorothy Fadiman. In addition, films from the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology are presented including those by Watson Kintner who used film to document his world travels, and the popular television show from the 1950s: “What in the World?”

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Rutland Historical Society
by Ben Burdge and Raymond Mooney
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Raymond  Mooney’s Memories: Rutland and Pop Culture This  is  part one of a three part series produced by Society members  Ben Burdge and co-produced/narrated by Raymond Mooney on behalf of the Rutland Historical Society. Part one includes pictures, music, and commentary on early radio and television, games played in the backyards, bicycles, comic books, autos, and movies and theaters. [25 min. length]
Topics: Rutland Historical Society, Raymond Mooney's Memories, Rutland, Vermont
Rutland Historical Society
by Ben Burdge and Raymond Mooney
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Raymond Mooney’s Memories: Rutland and Pop Culture This is part three of a three part series produced by Society members  Ben Burdge and co-produced/narrated by Raymond Mooney on behalf of the Rutland Historical Society. Part three includes malls, snack and meal stops, record hops, five and ten cent stores, President Eisenhower's visit to Rutland, President Kennedy's Assassination, the Rutland Swimming Pool on North Main Street, and Cinderella's Sweets candy shop at the corner of Center and...
Topics: Rutland Historical Society, Raymond Mooney's Memories, Rutland, Vermont
Rutland Historical Society
by Ben Burdge and Raymond Mooney
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Raymond  Mooney’s Memories: Rutland and Pop Culture This is part t wo of a three part series produced by Society members  Ben Burdge and co-produced/narrated by Raymond Mooney on behalf of the Rutland Historical Society. Part two continues with movies and theaters, fires, the Midway Diner, parades, and the Rutland Fair.  [25 min. length]  
Topics: Rutland Historical Society, Raymond Mooney's Memories, Rutland, Vermont
Cultural & Academic Films
by Bernard Wilets
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The first film in  Bernard Wilets's  six film Man and the State series is a dramatization of the trial and execution of Socrates. Shows ancient Athenian judicial procedures and poses questions about the right of the state to suppress "disruptive" individuals. For junior high through college audiences. Publisher: Santa Monica, Calif. : BFA Educational Media, ©1971 Distributor: BFA Series: Man and the State Series, film 1 of 6
Topics: man and state, philosophers, greece, biography, drama, socrates
Cultural & Academic Films
by Bernard Wilets
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The second of six films in Bernard Wilets's Man and the State series serves as an introduction to  the sixteenth-century political commentator Niccolo Machiavelli and dramatizes a debate in which his approach to leadership can be compared with the Christian-based beliefs of his contemporaries. Publisher:   Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corp.,  Chicago,   ©1973 Distributor:   BFA Series:   Man and the State Series, film 2 of 6 For more on Bernard Wilets, visit...
Topics: machiavelli, man and the state, man and the state, machiavelli, niccolò, niccolo, political...
University of Washington Libraries
by British Colonial Office
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An excerpt from the film "Hausa Village."  This film is part of the University of Washington Educational Media Collection of legacy and archival moving image material.  For information on how to view this item in its entirety, see the  collection guide  and the  UW Libraries catalog . Excerpt shows a method of fishing involving nets and floating on a gourd. -Description from original catalog- The daily life and customs of the inhabitants in a Hausa village in northern Nigeria....
Topics: Anthropology, Fishing, Hausa (African people)
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Bruce J. Wiley
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1958 - Paul D. Schreiber High School 27th anniversary band concert program.  March 15th, 1958.  Directed by George A. Christopher.  Port Washington, N.Y.
Topic: Paul D. Schreiber High School Band
Washington State University Libraries
by Bryan, Enoch Albert, 1855-1941
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Enoch Albert Bryan's history of the Washington State College is a cornerstone of the University's history. Bryan served as President of the University from 1893 to 1916 and returned to teach Economics and Economic History in 1923. Bryan first covers the beginnings and organization of the College in the 1890s. His narrative then moves on to development and expansion in the pre-World War One period. His book then covers the "new regime" of post-1918 development on the campus and the...
Topics: Washington State University, State College of Washington
Rutland Historical Society
by By Rutland Free Library Collaboration - Rutland Historical Society
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Rutland High School Yearbook
Topics: Rutland Free Library, Rutland Historical Society, Rutland, Vermont