Tagged: California audiovisual preservation project

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We are excited to announce that our fifth and sixth groups of audiovisual materials digitized through our participation in the California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP) are now online at the Internet Archive. The moving image recordings include footage of: several McClellan Air Force Base events which were related to
February 15, 2017 • Sara Gunasekara
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15/50 This week we are highlighting the Henry Dart Greene Papers as part of our 50 Features of Special Collections series.  Henry Dart Greene (1900-1978) was the son of noted architect Henry Mather Greene and his wife Emeline Dart Greene. His professional life spanned several
October 13, 2016 • Sara Gunasekara
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We are excited to announce that the next group of audiovisual materials digitized through our participation in the California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP) are now online at the Internet Archive. The recordings contain footage from several 1970s Whole Earth Festivals which include speeches by Buckminster Fuller and Russell Schweickart,
November 12, 2015 • Sara Gunasekara
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We are excited to announce that the next group of audiovisual materials digitized through our participation in the California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP) are now online at the Internet Archive. The recordings include a panoramic view of the UC Davis campus from nearly sixty years ago, early footage of
October 8, 2015 • Sara Gunasekara
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We’re excited to announce that the second group of audiovisual materials that were digitized through our participation in the California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP) are now available online. Fourteen titles were digitized from the following collections: Audiovisual Collection,  Eastman’s Originals Collection, Henry Dart Greene Papers, Max Kleiber
March 4, 2015 • Sara Gunasekara
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We’re excited to announce that the first group of films that were digitized through our participation in the California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP) are now online. The fifteen digitized films, which range in date from circa 1933-1958, are comprised of: eight from the Eastman Originals Collection, four from the
July 16, 2014 • Sara Gunasekara