Description: Story #4279. Joseph Timilty speaks about the likelihood of racial imbalance plan passing. Sound.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 04/10/1973
Description: Slug: "12/28/73 - Tobin Bridge Feature by Bob Clinkscale." Overview of the Mystic River Bridge, also known as the Maurice J. Tobin Memorial Bridge, collapse in 1973. Footage includes shots of the collapsed section of the bridge, traffic backed up, construction crews working on the bridge, a train and a bus, aerial views of the highway, a man making a statement about weight permits for trucks, silent b-roll of cars and trucks at the bridge toll booth and on the road, shots of the gravel truck which crashed into a support causing the bridge collapse, police and firemen removing the driver's body and carrying the body bag away, aerial view of the bridge, more shots of the collapsed area of the bridge, trucks on various roads. Mix of sound, silent, and wild sound.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 12/28/1973
Description: Man speaks to the press about his role in a hearing. Sound.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 05/22/1973
Description: Interview with Football League executive Upton Bell. Mix of sound and silent.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 04/13/1972
Description: Story #10079. Reel begins with reporter voice over, followed by an interview with Mr. Jacobs, the Executive director of San Francisco's Planning and Urban Renewal Association, about urban renewal in Boston and his view of the city. Silent b-roll of various buildings and signs around the city. Reporter standup, in which he explains that about 2000 housing and development experts from around the country are in Boston for a meeting to discuss urban renewal and the impact of the 1974 Housing and development act on the nation. Silent b-roll of people at the conference (footage is a bit dark and blue), and more silent footage of buildings around the city. Reporter closing voice over. The rest of the reel consists of outtakes. Outtakes include silent footage of the Urban renewal conference meeting, housing and various street shots around Boston. Sound footage includes the rest of the interview with Mr. Jacobs and unused takes of the reporter's voice overs and standups. High contrast, image a little dark in places. Mix of sound and silent.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 10/01/1974
Description: Silent footage of a woman in an office on a phone, followed by footage of John Verani, the secretary of consumer affairs, on a phone, and then anothrwomen on a phone. Interview with Verani during which he discusses a plan for rationing oil and prioritizing the use of oil for heating different public buildings, like schools. Silent b-roll of Verani and reporter in his office. Mix of sound and silent.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 11/01/1973
Description: Different men speaking at a Richard Nixon rally, including Governor Sargent and John Volpe. B-roll of people in a gymnasium before and during the rally, different politicians mingling with the crowd, Volpe and other politicians talking to people on the street. Edited footage followed by cuts. Mix of sound and silent.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 09/15/1972
Description: Footage of the exterior of Wellesley High School and students coming out the doors and getting on the buses. Silent.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 12/10/1974
Description: Kevin White press conference. Interview with James W. Hennigan, former Chairman of the Boston School Committee, who speaks against busing for school integration. Kevin White speaks about the failure of the Racial Imbalance Law and the Boston Public School System. Hennigan sitting at his desk in the chambers of the Boston School Committee, and cutaways from the interview. Mix of silent and sound.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 04/10/1973
Description: Silent b-roll of house and a neighborhood. Interview with a woman, Mrs. Todd, about how living in an integrated neighborhood is a value to her children, so she is staying. Sound footage of her son, Steve Todd, playing the piano. Silent b-roll of Mrs. Todd and her family. Interview with Jim Todd, who also wants to stay in Dorchester. Interview with 8 year old Steve. He sees advantage in black and white children attending the same school. Silent footage of children walking down the sidewalk. Interview with Louise Day Hicks. She says her office has been receiving several calls from people who say that they will move if their kids will be bussed out of the neighborhood. Silent footage of neighborhood streets, and cutaways to Mike Taibbi. Footage of the neighborhood with reporter voice over about people selling their homes in Hyde Park. Interview with a woman who is against bussing and says she will move or home school. Silent shot of Taunton Ave. sign. Shot of road sign at corner of Fairmont Ave and Summit St. in Hyde Park with reporter standup about homes for sale in this area. Reporter voiceover about Hyde Park parents who wish to move. Interview with a realtor in Hyde Park. Silent shots of "For Sale" signs, and a moving shot down a street, a group of children walking, some children playing, several shots of street signs, shots of houses and schools. Interview with a man who is against bussing, but doesn't want to move. Silent b-roll of reporter at table with man, his wife, and son. Interview with man's son, Richard, who in 10 years old and will have to be bussed in the fall. Silent shots of family around the table. Reporter standup about parents who plan to stay and defy the bussing law. Silent b-roll of family around the table, shots of Richard and his sister. Interview with Richard's mom. More silent b-roll of family, houses, and a school. Mix of sound and silent. Reel 1of 2.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 02/25/1974