16mm (photographic film size)
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains reel of 16mm film (1933) with VHS video tape copy. Images show the devastation and aftermath of the flood.
Collection contains the 16mm original master, VHS and broadcast copies of Espejos: Reflections of a Culture; background information on the making of the film including newspaper clippings, catalogs.
Collection contains correspondence, biography, resume, educational statement, newspaper clippings, photographs, resource center correspondence, and Irish documents (1970-2007). 16mm films (DVD copy) show locations: Glenwood Springs, Colo., Camp Hale, Colo., rock climbing school and mules; and contain individuals identified as Clint Boyd, Frank Bollers, Chuck Miller, Nelson Lofsted, Carl Maas, Francis Lovett, Clare Symonds, and Ray Franklin (ca.1943-1944).
Collection contains 16mm footage taken by Titus of the South Dakota Black Footed Ferret used for Program 24 of the series: The Science Game; including work print, negative, original footage, color master, notes and U-matic copy. Also included is a copy of the 16mm: Kit Fox by Henry Wishers.
Collection contains correspondence; contracts; photographs; calendars; photographic slides; legal papers; newspaper clippings; advertisements; magazine articles; silent and sound 16mm films. Papers from Jay's military career include a map, orders, promotions, scripts, correspondence and photographs. Microfilm contains clippings of Jay's experience as a skier and soldier with the U.S. Army 10th Mountain Division.
Collection contains 16mm motion picture film footage of Public Service Company of Colorado using helicopters during installation of power distribution lines near Golden, Colo. (1967); copy of script used during KOA news broadcast.
Collection contains scrapbooks and films of travels in Europe and the United States; some personal correspondence, Christmas cards from Republican Party officials, invitation to President Ronald Reagan's inauguration, photographs, photo albums. Included are Joseph Strank's vacation snapshots and slides of Colo., Calif., Nev., Alaska, Mexico, and Europe.
Collection contains a short (2:15) 16mm promotional film showing Marlboro logo with title: "Western Heritage." The film is illustrated with relics of the early West featuring photographs from the Denver Public Library Western History Collection and other western archives.