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# Title Date(s) Contributor(s) Description Description Collection ID Hagley ID Collection
1 HGTV ad presentation 1995 The benefits of advertising on the new channel Home & Garden Television (HGTV) are presented. Touts the channel's growing viewership and highlights various porgramming that will draw consumers.
Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers records (Accession 2809) VID_2809_B01_ID04_temp Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers records
2 The Office of the Future 1996-05-13 MCI Communications Corporation (originator) Highlights the technology of the Boston Rally Center and tells how it benefits the customer.
MCI Communications Corporation photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 2000.239) 96-4-22-11-7 MCI Communications Corporation
3 Hardest Working Call Centers In the Business 1996-05-13 MCI Communications Corporation (originator) Video promotes MCI Call Center operations. Explains computer integration in the centers and how it improves customer service. Focuses on the Compaq partnership.
MCI Communications Corporation photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 2000.239) 96-4-22-11-3 MCI Communications Corporation
4 The History Channel - Show 1982/83 1996-05-31 MCI Communications Corporation (originator) 1982: AT&T spins off the baby bells to settle the anti-trust suit. 1983: MCI prepares for equal access by purchasing transponders on Galaxy 12.
MCI Communications Corporation photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 2000.239) 96-4-33-01-2 MCI Communications Corporation
5 The History Channel - Show 1984/85 1996-05-31 MCI Communications Corporation (originator), Wright, V. Orville (Vernon Orville), 1920-2008 (depicted) 1984: Divestiture begins. 1985: MCI restructures into seven divisions and Orville Wright retires.
MCI Communications Corporation photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 2000.239) 96-4-33-03-1 MCI Communications Corporation
6 The History Channel - Show 1980/81 1996-05-31 MCI Communications Corporation (originator) 1980: MCI begins to market to long distance customers and wins one of the largest judgments in history. 1981: MCI opens 1133 19th Street as corporate headquarters and equal access begins.
MCI Communications Corporation photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 2000.239) 96-4-33-01-1 MCI Communications Corporation
7 The Early Years, In-Flight 1997-09-10 MCI Communications Corporation (originator) MCI Channel In Flight: In the early 80's MCI began the first of many advertising campaigns designed to build brand awareness for itself and challenge the monopoly of the Bell Systems.
MCI Communications Corporation photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 2000.239) 97-4-38-4-7 MCI Communications Corporation
8 Business & International Ads - the early years 1997-09-30 MCI Communications Corporation (originator) Historical retrospective of a some of MCI's early business and International television ads.
MCI Communications Corporation photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 2000.239) 97-4-39-7-04 MCI Communications Corporation
9 Hagley Museum's HO Scale Model Railroad 1998 Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation (Originator) Promotional video for Hagley Museum and Library, focusing on the 50-foot HO scale model railroad display. Presents an overview of Eleutherian Mills's history and grounds dating back to 1900 while providing a detailed look at the model.
Eleutherian Mills Hagley Foundation Archives EMHF_1998200_B09_ID01 Film and Video
10 High Speed Circuit Switching 1980/1995, 1980, 1995 MCI Communications Corporation (originator) MCI Communications Corporation photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 2000.239) 135-HCSTCA MCI Communications Corporation
11 Appliance Park: Where the World’s Finest Major Appliances are Made 1952 General Electric Company (Sponsor) Film promoting General Electric's new Appliance Park in Louisville, Kentucky. Details how appliances such as washing machines, ranges, water heaters, and dishwashers are developed and constructed in the five buildings at the park. Also highlights the various employee and community perks provided by General Electric, including a fire department, security staff, cafeterias, and medical dispensaries.
Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection (Accession 2018.222) FILM_2018222_FC255 Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection
12 Wonderful World of Chemistry : A Report on the DuPont Show : The New York World's Fair 1964-65 1964/1965, 1964, 1965 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (sponsor), Brown, Michael, 1920-2014 (producer), Brown, Michael, 1920-2014 (screenwriter) Part I and II. Part I includes actors telling story of creation of chemistry and DuPont products while interacting with panels of animation and film. Products such as auto Lacquer, Cellophane, plastics, Vaclene, Zerex, Zepel, Hyphalon and Freon. Fashion sequence promoting Nylon, Dacron, Lycra, Antron, Orlon. A sequence on Corphan shoes. Part II is a laboratory set with actors portraying scientists. Demonstrations of Freon, Adiprene, Nylon, Lycra, Dacron, Mylar, Zepel, Lucite and...
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Part I and II. Part I includes actors telling story of creation of chemistry and DuPont products while interacting with panels of animation and film. Products such as auto Lacquer, Cellophane, plastics, Vaclene, Zerex, Zepel, Hyphalon and Freon. Fashion sequence promoting Nylon, Dacron, Lycra, Antron, Orlon. A sequence on Corphan shoes. Part II is a laboratory set with actors portraying scientists. Demonstrations of Freon, Adiprene, Nylon, Lycra, Dacron, Mylar, Zepel, Lucite and chemiluminescence. Performers (Part I): Marc McCrary, Joyce Maret, Pat Stevens, Brent Hickman, Ted Sprague; (Part II) Richard Krisher, David Doucette and Hal Holden.
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DuPont Company films and commercials (Accession 1995.300) VID_1995300_B11_ID01_01 DuPont Company films and commercials
13 A Complete Saw Shop in One Machine 1955 Promotional film for the DeWalt radial arm saw. A narrator describes the machine's innovative design, various radial blades, and safety features, while its numerous woodworking capabilities are demonstrated.
Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection (Accession 2018.222) FILM_2018222_FC254 Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection
14 Small Business Keeps America Working composite 1980 U.S. Chamber of Commerce (Sponsor), Lesher, Richard (Depicted) A composite tape containing a slideshow, film, and commercial spots promoting the United States Chamber of Commerce's "Small Business Keeps America Working" campaign. Sponsored by The Council of Small Business. Small Business Gets It All Together (00:00:00), Small Business Keeps America Working spots (00:21:31), Small Business Keeps America Working film (00:24:14), and additional Small Business Keeps America Working spots (00:52:35).
Chamber of Commerce of the United States photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1993.230) VID_1993230_B218_ID02 Chamber of Commerce of the United States photographs, videos, and publications
15 Jud Strunk song and poem 1976 National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) (Sponsor), Strunk, Jud (Musician) Singer-songwriter Jud Strunk performs a song and poem at an event titled "Remember the Future." Both pieces are strongly patriotic, describing American culture and how the United States' economic system is better than its socialist counterparts. Strunk plays a banjo throughout his performance.
National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) FILM_1973418_FC3 National Association of Manufacturers
16 Wild Heritage 1965 Remington Arms Company (Sponsor), E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (Sponsor) Film exploring the "wild heritage" of Remington firearms in the United States. Begins with an overview of guns employed by early colonists for hunting and defense, and continues with an account of how Eliphalet Remington created his own flintlock rifle in 1816. Details the rise of Remington firearms, the eventual "settling" of the American West, and the important role that hunters play in land conservation. Also includes a promotional segment for the Remington Model-1100 shotgun, introduced...
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Film exploring the "wild heritage" of Remington firearms in the United States. Begins with an overview of guns employed by early colonists for hunting and defense, and continues with an account of how Eliphalet Remington created his own flintlock rifle in 1816. Details the rise of Remington firearms, the eventual "settling" of the American West, and the important role that hunters play in land conservation. Also includes a promotional segment for the Remington Model-1100 shotgun, introduced in 1963. Photographed and directed by Larry Madison. Assisted by Alan Madison. Written by Robert Campbell. Narrated by Martin Wolfson. Special consultant: The Gilcrease Institute, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection (Accession 2018.222) FILM_2018222_FC102 Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection
17 The Thomas Moser Story 2010 Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers (Sponsor), Moser, Thos. (Thomas) (Speaker) A video promoting Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers as a quality furniture design and manufacturing company. Includes interviews with Thomas Moser, David Moser, and various employees. Shows footage of the shop floor and close ups of finished furniture pieces.
Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers records (Accession 2809) VID_2809_B01_ID12_temp Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers records
18 The Catalyst 1975 Sperry Rand (Corporation). Sperry Gyroscope Division (Sponsor) Film highlighting two network systems for the UNIVAC computer: ANU and Automatic Digital Network (AutoDin). These systems assist in space travel, submarine tracking, building construction, pollution reduction, weather prediction, crime detection, and medical research.
Sperry Gyroscope Company Division photographs and films (1986.273) FILM_1986273_FC100 Film and Video
19 Teflon in Aircraft Wiring 1965 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (Sponsor) Film promoting the use of DuPont's Teflon fluorocarbon resins in aircraft electrical system wire insulation. Demonstrates how Teflon-coated wires are exceptionally strong and resistant to fire and smoke damage, therefore significantly reducing the chance of an electrical system problem or failure.
DuPont Company films and commercials (Accession 1995.300) FILM_1995300_FC233 DuPont Company films and commercials, Teflon
20 Dollars for democracy 1975 Short film requesting contributions to the Budd Citizenship Committee Federal Fund. The film argues that government regulation is hindering free enterprise. Businesses must play a more vital role in public affairs and "money talks" when it comes to politics.
National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) FILM_1973418_FC21 National Association of Manufacturers
21 Let's Remodel Using Red Cedar 1955 The fictional Martin family decide to remodel and modernize their aging home. They choose red cedar wood as the primary siding material for the project.
Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection (Accession 2018.222) FILM_2018222_FC320 Sponsored and industrial motion picture film collection

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