Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains 3 Video8 cassettes, and 4 VHS copies, taken during the 1994 Reunion in Italy: Tape #1. Rome, Vatican City, Tivoli, Night Club Tour, Florence, Alpini dinner. Tape #2. Memorial service at Florence Cemetery, Florence, San Gimignano, hill towns and celebrations. Tape #3. Venice, Lake Garda and Riva, farewell dinner at Riva.
Collection contains 6 VHS video cassettes documenting events and activities held during the 40th Anniversary return to Italy reunion held in 1985. The tapes were produced, directed and filmed by Douglas C. Leitch, and edited by Bill Francis.
Collection contains correspondence, programs, lists, minutes, financial records, reports, workshop materials, awards, planning materials, rosters, memos, audio tape, VHS video cassettes documenting the organization's activities, workshops, and conferences (1980-2005).
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 office files: reports, minutes, schedules, memos, rules, clauses, video tape, presentations, agreements related to Spensley's term as the Director of the new airport (DIA).
Collection contains research materials for Miller's book on Stapleton International Airport (1983): clippings, articles, notes, indexes, manuscript, video tapes, contract, mockups, photographs, negatives.
Collection contains articles, correspondence, speech transcripts, reports, newsletters, workshop materials, photographs, VHS video tapes, audio-cassette tapes documenting Keene's involvement with PFLAG.
Collection contains 4 VHS video cassettes of the February 1996 New York Chapter meeting held in Nyack, N.Y. Speakers and interviewees at the meeting include: Don McNeil, Jess Shapiro, Duke Devaney, Val Appel, Gene Giannoble, Sam Morrison, Brian Carter.
Note: Each speaker was to recount something about the February 19 Mount Belvedere attack.
The collection includes family correspondence (1941-1945); scrapbooks (n.d.); photograph albums of the Seneca Rocks training area (1943-1944), dedication of 10th Mountain Division Monument in Fort Drum, New York (October 4, 1991), army pictures; research materials and manuscripts for "History of the Studebaker Weasel" (n.d.) ; video tapes; audio cassette; memorabilia (1946-1993); newspaper clippings; notes; booklets regarding support of a perpetual world calendar (1994-1998).
The interview provide personal observation about Pierson's experiences with the 10th Mountain Division: joining the military while at the Colorado School of Mines; applied directly to the mountain troops; describes the communication system as used during combat; being injured while on Riva Ridge and being taken to the aid station and experiences in the hospital; experiences at Camp Hale and Camp Swift; how he spent time waiting for discharge.
Collection contains meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, agendas, clipping, maps, promotional videos, and photographs.