Film reel stored in film can numbered FC 51.
Duplicate prints of the two compilation film reels are stored separately in film cans numbered FC 26-27; duplicate negatives and original compilation film reels are stored off-site. Reel labeled "Ruined, Bull Fight" is stored in film can numbered FC 29.
The Arthur J. Hines films collection contains audio and film recordings that were created by amateur filmmaker and World War II veteran Arthur J. Hines. The materials document contemporary American Indian lives and includes footage of powwows and of prominent American Indian artists and athletes, circa 1950-1979.
This 16mm color Kodachrome film For God and Country was shot by amateur filmmaker Arthur J. Hines circa 1950-1955. The film depicts various scenes of American Indian life and patriotism. The footage includes depictions of Window Rock, Arizona; Diné (Navajo) families and enviorns; a Pawnee Memorial Day Powwow in Pawnee, Oklahoma; World War II vetera...
This series contains film and audio tape created by amateur filmmaker Arthur J. Hines for his film For God and Country. The material includes 1 final film, 2 raw footage films, and an audio recording soundtrack, all recorded circa 1950-1955.
The film, titled "Memories of the New York World's Fair" by filmmaker Frank J. Pezzano documents the 1939-1940 New York World's Fair. Pezzano edited the film and included hand-drawn and typed intertitles identifying the various locations and activities he filmed.