Motion pictures (visual works)
Found in 64 Collections and/or Records:
The materials consist of video recordings, notes, statements, motion picture film, stock film, sound tracks, and magnetic tapes used in Office of Public Affairs (formerly Public Information) productions documenting Yale. Many of the video recordings in Accession 2009-A-156 are commercially produced by entities external to Yale.
The records consist of 16mm films and a videotape produced by the Yale Office of Development. Included are "Tradition of Leadership," "Yale: 275th Year," and "Why Yale Needs All that Money."
The Phoenix Theatre Records consist of production files, administrative and financial records, correspondence, photographs, music, audiovisual material, production programs and posters, and other materials that document the organization, administration, financial activities, and productions of the Phoenix Theatre from its creation in 1953 to the closing of the company in 1982.
This collection includes papers, photographs, and moving films that document the incarceration of Yonekazu Satoda, a Japanese American man, at the Jerome Relocation Center in Arkansas, 1942-1945, as well as his military service with the United States Army in Japan, 1946-1948. Additional material documents other aspects of his life, especially his education as an accountant, as well as correspondence with friends and businesses.
The records consist of subject files, correspondence, printed material, posters, and films documenting the administration, staff, and students of the Yale School of Art and its predecessors. Records documenting the Planning and Priorities Committee and the Graphic Art Department are also included as well as records of the Yale Center for American Art and Material Culture.
The records consist of audiotapes and videotapes documenting Eugene Shoemaker's 1996 lecture "Near Earth Asteroids and Comets" and James Anderson's 2002 lecture, and photographs and videorecordings documenting the Tercentenary Silliman Memorial Symposium, "A Remembrance of Times Past: The Development of Earth and Its Life."
The motion pictures document the construction of Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, and the procession of books and move of the library from the Old Library (now Dwight Hall) to Sterling Memorial Library.
The collection consists of writings, correspondence, research and teaching material, photographs, printed material, audiovisual material, computer disks, and other papers, documenting the literary and academic career of Gerald Robert Vizenor and relating to many of his published works on Native American literature, history, and culture.
The materials consist of motion pictures and audiorecordings documenting Yale. Included are films of news coverage and interviews, class reunions, commencements, presidential inaugurations, football games, and other events and activities at Yale.
The motion picture film depicts Yale building sites and construction. Buildings documented include South Sheffield, gymnasium, Sloane Laboratory, Divinity School, Park Street dormitories, Graduate School, Law School, Sterling Memorial Library, Forestry School, Branford Court, and Harkness Tower.