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Audio and visual items from 1939-1984.

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Contains correspondence, scripts, 35 mm film strips, and sound recordings created by the National Republican Congressional Committee (ca. 1952-1954). Audiovisual materials include (11) eleven vinyl records and (9) nine 35 mm film strips. Materials were produced for political campaigns and cover topics including Communism, Socialism, inflation, taxes, Korea, and defense spending.

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The Blaine Dunlap Film Collection documents a short period of time (1965-1983) in the career of independent filmmaker, James Blaine Dunlap. The majority of the collection is composed of 8mm and Super8 films shot by Dunlap in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas, Texas. This material includes numerous reels from the unfinished film projects, "Corn Flakes," "Summer Poems," and "Sunset on Film." The collection also includes audio recording projects, trims and outtakes, and empty boxes that have not been connected to specific film reels.

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The Gordon Knox Film Collection contains over 100 films created by Texas-born filmmaker Gordon Knox (1906 – 1992) or Mr. Knox’s production company, The Princeton Film Archives. The collection contains short and feature-length documentaries produced between 1937 and 1964 for the United States Armed Forces, state and federal government agencies, non-profit organizations and private sector clients. Currently, 67 films in the Gordon Knox Collection are available through the UNT Digital Library along with related still photographs showing film crews and staff working on location. The remaining 35mm films are housed at the UNT Media Library, along with physical copies of the 67 16mm films that are can be viewed through the UNT Digital Library, and a 35mm still camera with its accessories.

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This collection contains 93 issues of France Panorama videomagazine, on 16mm film reels, and one index containing guides to many of the films.

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Chroniques de France, "a window on France", is a series of documentaries produced during the 1964-1978 period by France's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, aimed at giving other nations a comprehensive overview of French society. This collection brings together short reports – from about 6 to 13 minutes in length – on every aspect of France's regional, cultural and artistic life. The films invite viewers on set with directors and musical performers and cover topics ranging from fashion to news to national attractions and monuments.

This collection contains 18 issues of the videomagazine, on 16mm film reels, and one index containing guides to most of the films.

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