Description: Governor Dukakis speaking about the need for a greater allocation of money to Art institutions. Sound. This in 2 of 2 reels. Additional description from the Original WCVB Rundown for this story reads: "Arts Hearing at Faneuil Hall with the [Governor] among others. [Morning] devoted to arts, [and] the [afternoon] to humanities... we do arts only."
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 01/30/1978
Description: Silent footage of a mosaic in the Park Street Subway station that reads, "First subway in America," people looking at the art, a woman speaking to the crowd, and close up on sections of the artwork. Silent.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 12/04/1978
Description: The Australian Prime Minister and a man from Harvard each sign an agreement as a crowd applauds. Wild Sound. Additional description from the Original WCVB Rundown for this story reads: "Australian Prime Minister comes to Harvard to formalize a $1M grant ceremonial and a [news conference]"
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 07/30/1976
Description: A man demonstrates to a room of reporters the ease of stealing a Ford vehicle. B-roll of the press conference, people in attendance, and different tools. Reporter standup about a bill to require car makers to reach certain antitheft standards. Mix of sound and silent.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 03/03/1975
Description: Jack Fultz, winner of the 1976 Boston Marathon, surrounded by reporters and being interviewed at the finish line. The interview with Fultz is followed with shots of other runners and spectators at the finish line. Sound.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 04/19/1976
Description: Boston College Commencement Ceremony. Footage of the audience and shots of the graduates sitting and watching the ceremony intermixed with excerpts of the main speaker at the ceremony and various parts of the ceremony. Sound. Unedited footage.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 05/24/1976
Description: Sound footage of demonstrators walking in a circle and carrying signs in front of the Boston Public Library. An interview with one of the protesters. Heavy amount of popping in the soundtrack. Sound. Additional description from the Original WCVB Rundown for this story reads: "Library workers walkout - The union folk considered to be non-pros are upset with their employers. So they walk out of the library during the noon hour and picket."
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 09/23/1977
Description: Silent daytime footage of a burned building with a fire truck parked in front. Shot of firemen.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 09/12/1976
Description: Interview with Barbara Walters on leaving NBC for ABC to be the first female network evening news anchor. Sound.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 05/28/1976
Description: Footage from a world series game in New York, players celebrating in the locker room, interview with Dick Young from the New York Daily News, footage from a world series game in L.A., images of Yankee players who have publicly voiced displeasure with the Yankees - Thurman Munson, Mickey Rivers, Chris Chambliss, Roy White, and Mike Torrez. Interview with Torrez, George Steinbrenner commenting to reporters, shot of Dodgers stadium, Dodger's manager Tommy Lasorda celebrating, shots of Billy Martin, Roger Angell from the New Yorker comments on Martin, game footage, Dodgers celebrate after their win, crowds run onto the field, shots of police beating fans on the baseball field. Reporter voice over throughout. Poor image quality. Sound.
Collection: WCVB Collection
Date Created: 10/18/1977