Nettie Fowler McCormick Correspondence, 1775-1939

Contents List

Container Title
Series: Vietnam Archives Television Newsfilm
VNA 1.1
On-site interviews, 1965
Physical Description: 0'-36', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Blake Kellogg interviews Sauk County Sheriff Merle Spencer on peace march scheduled for the next day at the Badger Army Ammunition Plant.
VNA 1.2
News, 1965
Physical Description: 37'-130', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-war protesters outside gates of Badger Army Ammunition Plant. Anti-war signs, protesters seated near gates. Man leads them in singing. Riot police on scene, though protesters are peaceful.
VNA 1.3
News/On-site interviews/Speeches, 1965 February
Physical Description: 131'-238', silent and optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Protesters picketing with anti-war signs around Library Mall fountain. Protesters going up State Street and at Capitol Square listening to speakers including Maurice Zeitlin. Protesters in front of Lincoln statue. Reporter interviews non-participating students on their reactions.
VNA 1.4
News, 1965 February
Physical Description: 238'-262', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Negative film of previous demonstrations.
VNA 1.5
News, 1965 October 19
Physical Description: 263'-271', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Protesters attempt to arrest Truax Field base commander for war crimes.
VNA 1.6
Panel discussions, 1965 May 7
Physical Description: 272'-311', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: “Truth teams” sent to University of Wisconsin (and all American college campuses) by the Johnson administration. Crowd of students in Wisconsin Center hall; “truth team” on stage.
VNA 1.7
On-site interviews, 1965 February 1
Physical Description: 311'-336', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: More interviews in front of Lincoln statue on Bascom Hill: “I think the majority of the campus backs any decision the President will make.”
VNA 1.8
News, 1965 January 16
Physical Description: 337'-356', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fund drive for CARE.
VNA 1.9
News, 1965 February
Physical Description: 357'-373', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Protests (around Library Mall) against U.S. bombing in N. Vietnam.
VNA 1.10
News, 1965
Physical Description: 374'-399', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Protesters with “Get out of Vietnam” signs on Bascom Hill. Hubert Humphrey arrives at Memorial Union Theater.
VNA 1.11
News, 1965 February
Physical Description: 399'-437', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: More shots of anti-bombing demonstration around Library Mall fountain.
VNA 1.12
Press conferences, 1965 May 13
Physical Description: 438'-463', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Averill Harriman on unidentified subject; he mentions Organization of American States.
VNA 2.1
Press conferences, 1966 October
Physical Description: 0'-16', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Fleming apologizes to Sen. Ted Kennedy for the conduct of students at the Senator's recent appearance on campus. Students disrupted speech by Kennedy.
VNA 2.2
Speeches, 1966 October 28
Physical Description: 16'-48', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey (in a speech before introducing Ted Kennedy at the Stock Pavilion) says he has no intention of turning “misery of our boys over in Vietnam” into his political advantage in a partisan contest.
VNA 2.3
Press conferences, 1966
Physical Description: 49'-56', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Continuation of Chancellor Fleming press conference: traditions of University of Wisconsin are “much too precious” to have them put in danger by those afraid to have ideas compete.
VNA 2.4
Press conferences, 1966 October
Physical Description: 57'-76', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor Otto Festge apologizes to Senator Ted Kennedy for students' behavior.
VNA 2.5
Press conferences, 1966 October
Physical Description: 77'-100', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Student Association president gives apology to Senator Ted Kennedy for behavior of a “small minority” of students.
VNA 2.6
Speeches, 1966 October 28
Physical Description: 101'-124', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Continuation of Patrick Lucey speech (Lucey running for governor): he does not intend to make Vietnam War an issue in governor's race.
VNA 2.7
News, 1966 May
Physical Description: 125'-170', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: “Umbrella March” (by University of Wisconsin faculty members?) on Bascom Hill as a faculty meeting lets out. March was concerned with administration building sit-in.
VNA 2.8
News, 1966
Physical Description: 171'-203', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Draft resistance rally at Selective Service office.
VNA 2.9
Speeches, 1966
Physical Description: 203'-229', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Fleming addresses large crowd of students on Bascom Hill. “We will always try to understand another point of view.”
VNA 2.10
Press conferences, 1966
Physical Description: 229'-258', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Continuation of Chancellor Fleming press conference. Conflict on campus related to Vietnam War.
VNA 2.11
News, 1966
Physical Description: 258'-285', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Draft protest at Field House. Students picket as male students line up at Field House to take “draft tests.” Flunking test meant losing student deferment.
VNA 2.12
News, 1966 May
Physical Description: 286'-294', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Draft sit-in at A.W. Peterson Building.
VNA 2.13
Meetings, 1966 May
Physical Description: 295'-321', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin faculty meeting to discuss student takeover (sit-in) of administration building.
VNA 2.14
News, 1966 May
Physical Description: 322'-340', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Sit-in at administration building continues. Exterior of A.W. Peterson building. Sign: “This is our building.” Cut to large rally on Bascom Hill.
VNA 2.15
News, 1966 February 26
Physical Description: 341'-349', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: 100 protesters march to Badger Army Ammunition Plant near Baraboo.
VNA 2.16
News/Speeches, 1966 May
Physical Description: 352'-401', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Large rally on Bascom Hill after sit-in at administration building. Prof. William A. Williams speaks.
VNA 2.17
News/Speeches, 1966 October 29
Physical Description: 402'-450', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Interior of Stock Pavilion, filled to capacity, students giving standing ovation to Ted Kennedy. (Speech by Lucey in VNA 2.2 and VNA 2.6 may have been part of Kennedy's appearance.) Silent shots of Kennedy being introduced and speaking to audience.
VNA 2.18
News, 1966 May 17
Physical Description: 450'-461', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Sit-in at administration building to protest draft. Hank Haslach (student leader) at microphone.
VNA 2.19
News/Speeches, 1966 October 28
Physical Description: 462'-469', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Ted Kennedy at Stock Pavilion. Student at his side.
VNA 2.20
News/Speeches, 1966
Physical Description: 470'-550', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students entering or leaving Stock Pavilion. Cut to street scene of students (some with signs) crossing street. Cut to students marching up Bascom Hill. Sign: “Sit-in to protest UW cooperation...” Large crowd at top of Bascom Hill. Sign: “End the war in the Administration building.” Cut to students seated in Bascom Hall hallway and a lecture hall where speakers address group.
VNA 2.21
News, 1966 May
Physical Description: 551'-563', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Sit-in at A.W. Peterson Building.
VNA 2.22
Speeches, 1966
Physical Description: 564'-623', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: More of Prof. William A. Williams speech at Bascom Hill rally: “I have tremendous respect for your intellectual power...”
VNA 2.23
News/Speeches, 1966 October 28
Physical Description: 623'-666', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Stock Pavilion. Patrick Lucey and Ted Kennedy at podium. Shots of protest signs at Kennedy's speech: “Bring the troops home now.” Kennedy and student protester at podium. (Kennedy had invited protester to podium for him to speak on Vietnam.)
VNA 2.24
Meetings, 1966
Physical Description: 666'-720', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Student Association meeting on draft sit-in held in lecture hall. Cut to huge rally on Bascom Hill. Sign: “'Beats' [beatniks] are all washed up for Barry” [Barry Goldwater?].
VNA 2.25
Press conferences, 1966 March 26
Physical Description: 721'-755', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Prof. Staughton Lynd on his trip to N. Vietnam: N. Vietnam called truce a phony peace attempt because National Liberation Front not directly contacted and also because of steady escalation of troops in the South.
VNA 3.1
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 0'-168', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Blake Kellogg interviews Betty Boardman on her mercy mission to N. Vietnam as part of Quaker group. Boardman describes arriving in Haiphong Harbor during air raid.
VNA 3.2
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 168'-538', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Betty Boardman's pre-voyage press conference. Begins by reading press release regarding trip. Quaker action group will send small boat in February to N. Vietnam. Supplies will go to N. Vietnamese Red Cross to relieve injuries caused by U.S. bombing.
VNA 3.3
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 538'-1006, silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor William Sewell testifies before State Senate hearing on Dow Chemical riots at Commerce Building. Many incomplete questions and answers. Sewell answers questions about specific events that day. Sewell says they did not expect the “massive” resistance to the police that was encountered.
VNA 4.1
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 0'-225', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor William Sewell continues to testify before State Senate committee hearing on Dow Chemical riots at Commerce Building. One senator asks about upcoming CIA interviews: can University assure State that these interviews will occur? Sewell and Fred Harvey Harrington have assured State. Senator reads document that circulated on campus before riot: students would move to block Dow Chemical from being on campus. Senator asks that since this document was seen by University administration, why wasn't there more preparation for Dow riot? “We did not expect violent resistance to arrest,” says Sewell.
VNA 4.2
News, 1967 November
Physical Description: 226'-281', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “Bring the GI's Home Now” rally. Students near top of Bascom Hill. Students outside of Athletic Shell; sign: “Veterans demand: Bring the troops home now.” Sign on Shell door: “Building closed Monday November 20, 1967 except for authorized military interviews. By order of President Fred Harvey Harrington.” Students march on Monroe Street to Selective Service office. Riot police arrive.
VNA 4.3
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 282'-488', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: More testimony to State Senate committee hearing on Dow Chemical riots. David Goldman (student) refuses to answer many questions. He has brought suit against the committee, questioning its legality. Attorneys have advised him not to answer questions prior to outcome of suit.
VNA 4.4
News, 1967 October
Physical Description: 488'-533', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Silent footage of Senate Dow hearing room during a recess.
VNA 4.5
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 533'-682', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Continuation of David Goldman testimony. Committee has determined that Goldman has immunity when he answers questions as directed--any testimony he gives cannot be used against him in a Federal prosecution. Goldman begins to answer questions (Lt. Gov. Jack Olson is chairman of committee; he is referred to as “Governor” throughout proceedings.) With each question, Goldman confers with his counsel.
VNA 4.6
On-site interviews, 1967 October
Physical Description: 683'-776', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lt. Gov. Jack Olson interviewed on legislative hearing on Dow riot. Hopes to accomplish getting facts; will give status report to Senate.
VNA 4.7
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 777'-914', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Attorney General Bronson La Follette regrets deeply charges made against him. Cut to different interview with La Follette who proposes study for events of yesterday (Dow riot?). La Follette says hearings would gather testimony to prevent such violence. Cut to another interview with La Follette on purpose of meeting with Wisconsin Sheriffs' Association which was to clarify statements attributed to La Follette on Dow violence.
VNA 5.1
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 0'-188', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Ralph Hanson (chief of University Protection and Security) testifies before Senate Dow Hearings. He is shown pictures of Commerce Building interior during riot and relates what he saw that day.
VNA 5.2
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 188'-226', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Person reading off names to Senate Dow hearings (names of demonstrators?).
VNA 5.3
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 227'-249', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Student describes what he experienced during Dow riot. Students were linking arms, he says.
VNA 5.4
Meetings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 250'-258', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Meeting after Senate Dow hearings.
VNA 5.5
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 258'-286', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin spokesman (?): University of Wisconsin rated by American Council of Education as one of top 3 graduate schools.
VNA 5.6
Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 286'-495', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Professor Handley addresses rally: “We are all lower case democrats.” Citizens must exercise responsibility. Student speaks to same rally; another student announces meeting on CIA. Third student speaks on CIA practices in recruiting. Evan Stark congratulates students in their protest.
VNA 5.7
News, 1967
Physical Description: 496'-518', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students on Bascom Hill flying anti-CIA kites.
VNA 5.8
Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 518'-840', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Speakers at anti-CIA rally in front of Law School. Male student on CIA interviewing in various countries. Next speaker is black male student from Concerned Black Students (CBS); “The CIA is only an agent of imperialism,” he says. Professor Maurice Zeitlin speaks: “[CIA] is the incarnation and embodiment of the most dangerous forces in the American government.” Another male student speaks on CIA's history of involvement in political overthrow of democratic governments.
VNA 6.1
News/Special reports, 1967
Physical Description: 0'-148', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Rally against Dow demonstrations (possibly in Memorial Union Great Hall). Speaker on his opposition to Dow demonstrators' tactics.
VNA 6.2
Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 148'-177', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Speeches at rally before Dow demonstration.
VNA 6.3
Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 178'-218', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Portion of another speech (in Great Hall?) by one of the students against Dow demonstration.
VNA 6.4
Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 219'-430', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Student reads poem on Che Guevarra to anti-Dow rally. Another man: “U.S. is violating international law.” Law school student: “U.S. clearly in violation of international law.” A few silent shots of anti-Dow demonstration followed by silent footage of campus scenes.
VNA 6.5
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 430'-584', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles reads statement concerning Dow demonstrations. He supports rights of students to protest, but says protest must not interfere with ability of University to function.
VNA 6.6
News, 1967
Physical Description: 585'-641', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Unknown rally in lecture hall.
VNA 6.7
News, 1967 February 21
Physical Description: 641'-748', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: The first Dow Chemical demonstration (Dow I). Students inside of Commerce Building. Students inside unknown hallway. Students marching along campus street. Students inside Commerce Building. Hallway is full of people.
VNA 6.8
Judicial proceedings, 1967
Physical Description: 749'-837', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Court hearings after Dow I. Students in hallway of City-County Building.
VNA 7.1
News, 1967 February 23
Physical Description: 0'-185', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Fleming in his office with group of students during Dow I demonstration. Fleming is attempting to talk with students about how job interviews are conducted on campus.
VNA 7.2
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 185'-244', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles: 30,000 students on campus. 300 involved in demonstration means that 1 percent participated. He doesn't condone “hooliganism.”
VNA 7.3
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 245'-299', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Unknown legislator(?): most protesters are from out-of-state. University of Wisconsin budget should be looked at.
VNA 7.4
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 299'-315', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles (continuation of press conference): if University of Wisconsin wants to continue free speech, it should advise dissenters to be courteous and listen to others.
VNA 7.5
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 316'-385', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: State legislator Curtis McKay: what is policy of University of Wisconsin, what controls are implemented to enforce policy?
VNA 7.6
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 385'-407', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles (continuation of press conference): Dow riot does reflect upon University. It also reflects on their funding.
VNA 7.7
Press conferences, 1967 February
Physical Description: 408'-588', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Fleming press conference on Dow I. He's asked why he bailed students out of jail. There is a precedent for presidents bailing students out; he does not like the “jail technique.” Fleming was told by faculty present at Dow I that there was obstruction of the interviews by the students.
VNA 7.8
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 589'-629', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Unidentified man interviewed: it's essential to lay down guidelines. Hopes to establish an advisory committee for Regents. University should be able to hold interviews for both Dow and CIA.
VNA 7.9
Press conferences, 1967 October
Physical Description: 630'-666', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harvey Harrington on Dow riots. Dow interviews were discontinued today by Chancellor Sewell. He's sure that recruiting will begin again.
VNA 7.10
On-site interviews, 1967 October
Physical Description: 666'-707', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lt. Gov. Jack Olson: legislature has determined that there must be hearings on Dow demonstrations. Olson will be chairman of fact-finding Senate committee.
VNA 7.11
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 707'-776', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Unidentified man (legislator?): “We're going to do what we have to do [in Vietnam].”
VNA 7.12
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 776'-814', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Don Slichter, president Wisconsin Alumni Association, gives alumni's reaction to Dow demonstrations; he's concerned about inability of students to carry on studies unperturbed.
VNA 7.13
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 814'-835', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Roger Taylor, an alumnus on Dow demonstrations. He feels these events are very disturbing. Students don't have the right to impede others in their studies, he says.
VNA 8.1
Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 0'-83', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Professor Maurice Zeitlin speaking at rally in Wisconsin Union Theater. Dr. Benjamin Spock also addresses rally.
VNA 8.2
Judicial proceedings, 1967
Physical Description: 84'-138', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students waiting to be admitted to Dow I court hearings. Scene inside court room.
VNA 8.3
News, 1967 October
Physical Description: 139'-164', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally on Bascom Hill after Dow II. Students picketing with strike signs.
VNA 8.4
News, 1967
Physical Description: 165'-199', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Sign: “U.S. out of Vietnam. CIA off campus.” Students picketing against CIA on Bascom Hill. Cut to interior of lecture hall. Cut back to Bascom Hill and picketers.
VNA 8.5
News, 1967
Physical Description: 200'-245', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student march to State Capitol. Students gathered on State Capitol grounds.
VNA 8.6
News, 1967
Physical Description: 245'-284', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Crowd of students, one with sign: “We demand the right to man a table.” Students are surrounding Marine recruitment table in Memorial Union.
VNA 8.7
News, 1967
Physical Description: 285'-308', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students boarding Greyhound buses near Memorial Union.
VNA 8.8
On-site interviews, circa 1967
Physical Description: 308'-452', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Gaylord Nelson: “We have to stop the bombing [of Vietnam] unilaterally.” Opposed to more troop allocations.
VNA 8.9
News, 1967
Physical Description: 452'-514', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students gathered around Marine recruitment table set up in Memorial Union. Marines look on as one student has an argument with other students protesting right of Marine recruiters to be there.
VNA 8.10
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 514'-543', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Regent speaking at Senate Dow Hearings. He says attacks on academic freedom usually come from outside the University; this time [Dow riots] it came from a relatively small percentage of students.
VNA 8.11
News, 1967
Physical Description: 544'-595', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students demonstrating on State Street. Police in riot gear.
VNA 8.12
News, 1967
Physical Description: 596'-612', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Student at Marine recruiting table in Memorial Union: “These people [Marines] are not students and yet they get to man a table at the Union.” Student is with Committee for Direct Action and they want to set up table to raise money for napalmed children in Vietnam.
VNA 8.13
News, 1967 November
Physical Description: 613'-627', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Sign on Athletic Shell door: “Building closed Monday November 20, 1967 except for authorized military interviews.”
VNA 8.14
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 627'-707', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Sewell comments on bringing in approximately 230 police. “I consider it a protective action.” Cut to Fred Harrington: interviews are to be continued.
VNA 8.15
News, 1967
Physical Description: 707'-736', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Demonstrations against military interviews. Riot police arriving.
VNA 8.16
News, 1967
Physical Description: 736'-774', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: More on Marine recruiting table confrontation.
VNA 9.1
News/Speeches, 1967 February
Physical Description: 0'-114', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students march outside of University Club. Cut to Chancellor Fleming and President Harrington leaving Bascom Hall after Dow I arrests. Crowds of students on Bascom Hill to hear Fleming and Harrington. Students in Bascom Hall hallway. Chancellor Fleming with bullhorn addresses student crowd outside Bascom Hall.
VNA 9.2
News, 1967
Physical Description: 114'-211', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students in hallway. Cut to packed lecture hall where man is speaking to students (anti-demonstrators?). Students march on State Street. Man addressing them with bullhorn. Students post something on a door. Shot of City-County Building with banner across front: “United Nations.” Gathering at State Capitol. Cut to student crowds on Bascom Hill. (Same crowd seen from atop Bascom Hall and a shot looking down towards Social Science Building.)
VNA 9.3
News, 1967
Physical Description: 212'-239', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students picketing campus buildings with strike signs.
VNA 9.4
News/Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 240'-296', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Crowded lecture hall. Cut to outside shot of Ralph Hanson (?) in the middle of a student crowd. Cut back to lecture hall; students applauding WSA officers (on stage). Chancellor Fleming addresses group. (Sign: “Withdraw the Viet Cong”)
VNA 9.5
News/Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 297'-334', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Robert Cohen speaks at anti-CIA rally in front of Law School. Professor Maurice Zeitlin addresses same group.
VNA 9.6
News, 1967
Physical Description: 339'-360', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students blocking doorways in classroom building during CIA interviews.
VNA 9.7
News, 1967
Physical Description: 361'-492', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-CIA march down Bascom Hill. Chanting: “Stop the war in Vietnam, throw the CIA out.” Cut to Bascom Hill crowd, then cut to marchers going down Bascom Hill. Big banner put up behind Lincoln statue: “U.S. out of Vietnam, CIA off campus.” Speakers in front of Law School.
VNA 9.8
News, 1967
Physical Description: 493'-525', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students blocking classroom doorways during CIA interviews. Cut to demonstrations on Bascom Hill.
VNA 9.9
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 526'-552', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: UW student David Goldman testifies before Senate Dow hearings.
VNA 9.10
Unknown, 1967
Physical Description: 553'-559', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Image very bad.
VNA 9.11
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 560'-628', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Betty Boardman gives press conference prior to N. Vietnam trip.
VNA 9.12
News/Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 629'-768', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin lecture hall. Students giving standing ovation to Chancellor Fleming. Fleming speaks about CIA interviewing on campus: students may make the judgement themselves as to whether or not they want to interview with a certain company. Faculty will be meeting to see if there should be a change to present policy. At same meeting where Fleming speaks, a WSA officer speaks: “No minority can prevent the operation of this university.” Meeting is about to end when anti-Dow demonstrators want to be heard. Cut to WSA officer directly addressing camera: “Vast majority deplore what has happened today. If a student is obstructing functions of campus, he is not acting appropriately.” Cut back to the meeting.
VNA 10.1
On-site interviews, 1967 October
Physical Description: 0'-85', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Attorney General Bronson La Follette asked his reaction to Dow riot: “Administration was perfectly proper.” “Violence that did occur was almost inevitable.”
VNA 10.2
Hearings, 1967
Physical Description: 86'-145', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Harrington testifying before Senate Dow hearings: “CIA interviews are now scheduled this fall.” The “disruptionists” caused the violence and necessitated the use of police force.
VNA 10.3
News, 1967 February 23
Physical Description: 146'-391', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students and press crowd into Chancellor Fleming's office. Identified in station finding aids as student takeover of Fleming's office following Dow I. Fleming talks on phone to someone regarding students arrested during Dow I. After he gets off phone, he talks with students about events leading up to the event. Arrested students are now out on bail. Student speaks about students staying in office and possibility of Fleming being taken out of his office by police escort. Fleming warns him that once he's touched, aggravated assault charges may be brought. Robert Cohen, seated next to Fleming, warns students that Fleming is correct. (Sometimes hard to hear, lots of background noise from crowd.)
VNA 10.4
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 393'-449', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles (in office): “We believe in free speech...Freedom of speech goes both ways.”
VNA 10.5
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 449'-462', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington: University of Wisconsin has very good record in handling student demonstrations.
VNA 10.6
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 462'-602', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Police Chief Wilbur Emery testifying before Senate Dow Hearings. Students showed “planned organization,” he says.
VNA 10.7
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 603'-712', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington testifies before Senate Dow Hearings. Asked if he would object to the use of force: “I am reluctant to use force” but will use it when free speech is threatened and unlawful assembly occurs.
VNA 10.8
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 712'-791', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: David Goldman (UW student) and Robert Cohen (UW teaching assistant) at a press conference on Dow Chemical demonstration. Goldman: “When freedom of speech leads to significant protest, freedom of speech must be curtailed.” “We want to arouse the public.”
VNA 10.9
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 791'-859', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Harrington: Evan Stark is “off the payroll.” Robert Cohen also recommended to be fired. “This is the denial of freedom of speech,” Harrington says of protesters.
VNA 10.10
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 860'-999', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Robert Cohen (at press conference with David Goldman): University of Wisconsin administration “would have you believe that our movement is a small group.”
VNA 11.1
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 0'-73', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Alumni Association meeting. Reporter interviews alumnus Bob Gold on his reaction to Dow riots: “We deplore the physical violence.” Reporter interviews another alumnus who displays copy of overseas edition of New York Herald-Tribune with student protest scene on front page.
VNA 11.2
On-site interviews, 1967 October
Physical Description: 74'-111', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Lt. Gov. Jack Olson: starting Monday morning will call in witnesses on Dow riot. “Not going to be a witch hunt, but it's going to be a very detailed look at the situation.”
VNA 11.3
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 112'-195', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Dow Senate Hearings. A legislator lists number and kind of student injuries during Dow. 47 students, 3 non-students of college age injured.
VNA 11.4
News/Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 196'-426', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Demonstration and speeches in front of Law School against CIA. Robert Cohen speaks about CIA infiltration of college campuses. Blake Kellogg does voice-over narration for news piece on anti-CIA demonstration on Bascom Hill. Robert Cohen identified as a “familiar protester face.” He leads demonstrators down the hill to the Law School where CIA interviews are conducted. 500 students gather outside Law School. Inside students line hallways where interviews are conducted. Outside demonstrators listen to Law School student John Coatsworth: demonstrations will continue until such agencies as the CIA are denied the right to recruit.
VNA 11.5
Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 432'-519', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Pre-Dow demonstration rally. Professor Maurice Zeitlin addresses crowd: “CIA is an instrument of American foreign policy.” Vet for Peace speaks to rally: “How do we end the war? Maybe 100% tax on war profits.”
VNA 11.6
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 520'-1001', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: David Goldman and his two legal advisors at Senate hearings on Dow. Goldman declines to answer questions until U.S. court has ruled upon his complaint (repeats this several times). Lt. Gov. Jack Olson directly instructs him to answer a question. Goldman refuses. Later, questioning continues. Goldman asked about a particular meeting (SDS meeting). Goldman says SDS had no hand in events of October 18, 1967 (Dow riot). Counsel raises his objection to whole proceeding, says Goldman will answer questions only about his conduct.
VNA 12.1
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 0'-199', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: David Goldman continues his testimony to Senate Dow Hearings. Goldman lists his affiliations: member of WSA, Memorial Union, SDS. Questioner stops him when he lists SDS; Goldman refuses to answer question on whether or not he is an officer of SDS.
VNA 12.2
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 200'-260', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Betty Boardman (interviewed by Blake Kellogg) on her trip to North Vietnam. Her passport has been revoked. Interview took place after trip.
VNA 12.3
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 261'-522', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Betty Boardman at press conference before her trip to North Vietnam. She is not going as an agent of the government. She'll be bringing medical supplies to North Vietnam. Boardman reads statement on trip.
VNA 12.4
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 523'-582', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Interview with Senator Gordon Roseleip on articles appearing in University of Wisconsin Daily Cardinal student newspaper. He feels articles damage good name of university.
VNA 12.5
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 582'-607', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Regent Walter Renk on demonstrations. University of Wisconsin has a responsibility, in cooperation with the city.
VNA 12.6
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 607'-792', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: General Stillwell is interviewed by Lyle Stitt. He is convinced that government's Vietnam policy is correct.
VNA 13.1
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 0'-64', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Gov. Warren Knowles: “Strong disciplinary action should be taken against any student who willfully violates the rules....” Knowles says this should also apply to TA's and professors. A very small minority is interfering with the rights of the majority, he says.
VNA 13.2
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 65'-91', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: State Senator Gordon Roseleip: J. Edgar Hoover has warned that SDS is an organization which the “communistic” party has working for them. “I'm against any action of the Students for a Democratic Society.”
VNA 13.3
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 91'-155', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Woman states that Vietnam can't be won in the same way as World War II was won. “You don't kill communism with bombs.”
VNA 13.4
Press conferences, 1967 February
Physical Description: 156'-411', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Fleming, after Dow I, on arrests of students and his bailing them out of jail. University of Wisconsin policy is that employers may come on the campus and interview students. Companies are not screened. Guest speakers at University are not screened. Fleming provided bail because he did not feel that students and universities should settle differences with arrest.
VNA 13.5
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 411'-551', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Fleming at another press conference on Dow I. Students voted last night not to block Dow interviews. Fleming reviews what has happened over the last two days. He will be meeting with a faculty committee to update them on the situation. University does not have the manpower to enforce University rules by itself; it would require help from the outside (primarily city).
VNA 13.6
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 551'-718', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Sewell before Senate Dow hearing. University of Wisconsin's assumption was that protest would be like others, peaceful. Police were trained that after repeated warnings to protesters, protesters would be arrested.
VNA 14.1
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 0'-483', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor William Sewell before Senate Dow hearing. Students arrested had refused to identify themselves and refused to leave. Strategy was to start carrying people away from building. Protection and Security Chief Ralph Hanson announced that it was an unlawful assembly. Sewell describes meeting with several students during the Commerce Building incident. The students told him that if he asked Dow interviewers to leave the campus, they would attempt to get students to leave the Commerce Building. Ralph Hanson and Wilbur Emery came into Sewell's office and they discussed removal of students. It was their impression that there would be no resistance. Carrying people out of the building did not work. There was a “terrific and massive resistance.” Sewell says professors can not be screened for political views.
VNA 14.2
News, 1967
Physical Description: 484'-527', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Possibly a newscast after Dow II. Newscaster: 50 Madison police called to scene and met by “angry, vicious mob” of 300 protesters led by “professionals from out of the city.”
VNA 14.3
News, 1967
Physical Description: 528'-622', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Counter-protest (Pro-Dow) on Bascom Hill. Students carry signs “Dow makes soap,” “Why Betray America,” “Don't thumb your nose, picket.”
VNA 14.4
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 622'-671', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Betty Boardman at a pre-voyage to Vietnam press conference.
VNA 14.5
On-site interviews, 1973
Physical Description: 671'-764', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Outside City-County Building, people interviewed about Karleton Armstrong trial. (Described as kinescope material.)
VNA 14.6
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 771'-878', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: William Bablitch (then a Law School student) testifies at Senate Dow Hearings. He talks about confrontation at Commerce Building: “You could feel the tension mount in the air.” “Let's go in and take a crack at them” were the words Bablitch heard riot police say.
VNA 15.1
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 0'-71', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Protection and Security Chief Ralph Hanson testifies before Senate Dow hearings.
VNA 15.2
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 72'-109', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Student describes events in Commerce Building hallway that day. Police began pushing crowd back with riot sticks. “They were very definitely hitting people on the head.”
VNA 15.3
Judicial proceedings, 1967 November 13
Physical Description: 110'-149', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students entering courtroom (arraignment hearing?) after Dow riot. District Attorney James Boll seated in courtroom.
VNA 15.4
Press conferences, 1967 October 27
Physical Description: 150'-221', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gov. Warren Knowles: actions of chancellor are within his prerogative.
VNA 15.5
Hearings, 1967 April
Physical Description: 221'-277', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: President Fred Harrington addresses Assembly Budget Committee: University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee will suffer under new budget.
VNA 15.6
Man on the street interviews, 1967 November 5
Physical Description: 278'-370', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: People on street asked how they feel towards Lyndon Johnson.
VNA 15.7
Press conferences, 1967 October 29
Physical Description: 371'-456', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles: police used force they deemed necessary.
VNA 15.8
Hearings, 1967 October 25
Physical Description: 456'-530', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington testifies before Senate Dow hearing: problems of last Wednesday not any problem of law.
VNA 15.9
Judicial proceedings, 1967 November 28
Physical Description: 531'-610', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students in court after Dow riot.
VNA 15.10
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 610'-740', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington before Senate Dow committee: disruption was planned. University found it necessary to respond with force.
VNA 15.11
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 741'-801', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gov. Warren Knowles: fully supports Chancellor William Sewell. Also supports strong rules for University.
VNA 15.12
Features (Newsfilm), 1967
Physical Description: 802'-841', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Homecoming parade around Capitol Square.
VNA 15.13
Press conferences, 1967 November 4
Physical Description: 842'-912', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: U.S. Senator Robert Griffin on Lyndon Johnson. Johnson has “credibility gap.” Supports George Romney for president.
VNA 16.1
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 0'-33', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington: Faculty has just adjourned its meeting. Faculty commended Chancellor Sewell in his handling of Dow Chemical demonstration.
VNA 16.2
On-site interviews, 1967 October
Physical Description: 34'-69', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lt. Gov. Jack Olson on Senate Dow hearings which will investigate Dow Chemical demonstrations.
VNA 16.3
Judicial proceedings, 1967
Physical Description: 70'-119', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: After Dow II, students before judge in court.
VNA 16.4
News, 1967 November 15
Physical Description: 120'-160', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Senate chambers (Senators appear to be debating).
VNA 16.5
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 160'-230', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gov. Warren Knowles: “The biggest source of our difficulty is with the young people.” They have easy access to cars; very mobile. They have more money, he says.
VNA 16.6
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 231'-287', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Reporter interviews a police chief on incidents with young people. He feels “outsiders” are responsible for making trouble. Another police chief is interviewed on same subject: something is going to have to be done about problem of students acting up, he says.
VNA 16.7
On-site interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 287'-327', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on handling rowdy young people/students. Does not suggest using brutal force, but “they have to realize there is some authority.”
VNA 16.8
News, 1967
Physical Description: 328'-348', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students at courthouse. People outside building being kept out by police.
VNA 16.9
News, 1967 October
Physical Description: 349'-510', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dow II riot. Students outside Commerce Building. Riot police bringing students out of the building. Students giving Nazi salute to police. Police pushing back students from the entrance of the Commerce Building. Scuffle breaks out; students dragged away. Tear gas clouds and students running from gas. Students filling Observatory Drive, running from tear gas. Cut back to front of Commerce Building. Police trying to clear out students lying on the ground. Students led by “band” marching up Bascom Hill; marchers go to Commerce Building and start going inside. Protesters lining hallways. Outside, more students are coming into the building. Ralph Hanson and riot police enter Commerce Building. Police inside building trying to sweep students out. Students coming out of building after being forced out.
VNA 16.10
Meetings, 1967
Physical Description: 511'-528', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student meeting in unknown lecture hall.
VNA 16.11
Judicial proceedings, 1967 February
Physical Description: 529'-579', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Packed courtroom after Dow I.
VNA 16.12
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 579'-621', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Betty Boardman's pre-voyage press conference. Boardman is trying to answer a woman's question: what would she say to a serviceman in Vietnam that could be an “answer” for him. Boardman: “The war is wrong.”
VNA 17.1
News, 1967 October
Physical Description: 0'-747', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Dow II demonstration and riot. Begins as small gathering near foot of Bascom Hill. Student with bullhorn addresses crowd. Group starts up hill, chanting “Down with Dow” as they go to Commerce Building. Students enter Commerce Building, filling hallways. Ralph Hanson is on the scene. Outside Commerce, students demonstrating. Riot police enter Commerce as students shout “Dow must go.” Students being arrested. Birds-eye view shot of crowds near Social Science Building; students tear gassed. Large crowd outside main entrance to Commerce Building. Students put into paddy wagons. Police trying to hold back students from Commerce. Robert Cohen addresses students in front of Carillon Tower. At Bascom Hill, students are coming down the hill. (There seem to be some out of sequence shots of demonstration. Students dragged to paddy wagons. Inside Commerce Building, students lining halls. Cut to students having a meeting in unidentified lecture hall. Cut to march along a road, then back to Commerce Building interior with students occupying halls.)
VNA 17.2
News, 1967 February
Physical Description: 748'-797', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students filling Chancellor Fleming's office during Dow demonstration and lining hallways of Bascom Hall.
VNA 17.3
News, 1967
Physical Description: 797'-912', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Pro-Dow rally on Bascom Hill. Woman holds up picture of napalmed children, someone tears the picture. Cut to student meeting. Cut to Observatory Drive; students gathered near Commerce Building. Robert Cohen addresses students.
VNA 18.1
Speeches/News, 1967 October
Physical Description: 0'-60', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Law School student Richard Krooth speaks to crowd before Dow II: chemical and biological warfare being conducted in Vietnam, he says.
VNA 18.2
Speeches, 1967 October
Physical Description: 61'-98', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Robert Cohen addresses crowd before Dow II: war would come to an end if there wasn't an enemy the government could lean on, namely communism.
VNA 18.3
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 99'-182', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Law Student William Bablitch testifying before Senate Dow Committee on conditions inside Commerce Building at the time police moved in. “Pandemonium just broke loose.”
VNA 18.4
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 183'-242', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Student recounts his experiences to Senate Dow Hearings. People were being struck; some were resisting the police.
VNA 18.5
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 243'-323', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: More of William Bablitch testifying to Senate Dow Committee. “There was no violence before the police moved in,” he says.
VNA 18.6
On-site interviews, 1967 October 22
Physical Description: 323'-352', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Regent Pasch on Chancellor Sewell's handling of Dow II. Sewell was “forthright.”
VNA 18.7
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 353'-617', silent and magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Professor Maurice Zeitlin at press conference where he announces the anti-war referendum which he wants put on Madison ballot. Referendum states that we want an end to the war. Zeitlin is shown at the City-County Building handing in his petitions for referendum.
VNA 18.8
News, 1967
Physical Description: 618'-642', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bus lane demonstration on University Avenue. Students walk up University in bus lane, confronted by police.
VNA 18.9
Press conferences, 1967
Physical Description: 643'-732', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Presidential candidate Harold Stassen: Knowles will continue to be neutral in the election until Wisconsin primary is held. Stassen is naming William Dyke to coordinate Wisconsin campaign.
VNA 18.10
News, 1967
Physical Description: 732'-764', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Women's march on Capitol. “We want our men alive.” “Women say yes to men who say no.”
VNA 18.11
Hearings, 1967 October
Physical Description: 764'-816', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senate Dow Committee hearings.
VNA 19.1
News, 1967 October
Physical Description: 0'-97', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Dow II demonstration in front of Commerce Building. Students with signs: “Vietnam for the Vietnamese.” Cut to inside Commerce, students seated on floor. Cut back outside Commerce.
VNA 19.2
News, 1967 February
Physical Description: 97'-116', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Dow I demonstration. Interior of Commerce Building. Students hold up pictures of napalmed babies. Man rips one picture.
VNA 19.3
News, 1967
Physical Description: 116'-457', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students picketing outside Commerce Building.
VNA 19.4
News/Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 157'-218', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: “Dow must go” chants. Robert Cohen speaks: “We've got to analyze that society.”
VNA 19.5
Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 219'-273', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Professor Maurice Zeitlin speaks to crowd: transparency of our own government's attempts at overthrow have become clear.
VNA 19.6
News, 1967
Physical Description: 274'-288', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: By Lincoln statue on Bascom Hill, a bell is tolled: “The bell tolls for us all.”
VNA 19.7
Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 288'-340', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Law Student Richard Krooth: “What you're doing today I feel is right.”
VNA 19.8
News, 1967 October
Physical Description: 340'-428', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dow II riot shots. Police hitting protesters with night sticks, trying to push crowds away from front of Commerce Building.
VNA 20.1
Studio interviews, 1968 October
Physical Description: 0'-58', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Interview with two of Milwaukee 14: “People have to wake up...they have to pick sides.” They are accused of burning draft card files.
VNA 20.2
News, 1968 November
Physical Description: 58'-97', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Election evening after Richard Nixon's election. Student march from Capitol down State Street.
VNA 20.3
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 98'-166', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Professor Maurice Zeitlin on proposal to have a city referendum on withdrawal from Vietnam.
VNA 20.4
News, 1968 March 19
Physical Description: 167'-185', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Student march up Bascom Hill to office of Chancellor William Sewell. Cross planted in front of his door.
VNA 20.5
News, 1968 September 14
Physical Description: 186'-220', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students march up Bascom Hill with signs; demonstration against ROTC.
VNA 20.6
On-site interviews, 1968 January 20
Physical Description: 221'-422', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Melvin Laird on what Republicans need to do to win election in 1968. Laird continues interview and talks about “peace feelers” in Vietnam talks. Laird discusses candidacies of George Wallace and Eugene McCarthy.
VNA 20.7
On-site interviews, 1968 September 13
Physical Description: 424'-457', silent and magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Chancellor Edwin Young on University of Wisconsin budget: budget looks big, but when you take into account all costs, it doesn't look as large.
VNA 20.8
News, 1968 February 7
Physical Description: 459'-494', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student demonstration against IBM for trading with communist countries; signs read “How do you program treason?”
VNA 20.9
Studio interviews, 1968 February
Physical Description: 499'-642', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Gaylord Nelson asked if his position on war has changed at all: “I opposed back in 1965...on the grounds that it would develop into a long war.”
VNA 20.10
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 642'-669', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Senator Jerris Leonard: “We...have an obligation as a free country to extend a hand...to any country that strives to maintain a free nation.”
VNA 20.11
Man on the street interviews, 1968 September
Physical Description: 671'-771', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: People asked what they think of Nixon-Agnew ticket.
VNA 20.12
Hearings/News, 1968 December 6
Physical Description: 773'-872', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Capitol protest, many people trying to crowd into hearing room. Lots of pushing, windows broken.
VNA 20.13
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 876'-952', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Reaction of Professor Armstrong to Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia. He's “horrified.”
VNA 20.14
Man on the street interviews, 1968 September
Physical Description: 956'-1030', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: More reaction to Nixon-Agnew ticket.
VNA 21.1
News, 1968
Physical Description: 0'-29', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Professor Maurice Zeitlin turns in petitions for city referendum on Vietnam war.
VNA 21.2
News, 1968
Physical Description: 29'-65', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy arrives at Dane County Coliseum. Crowds of students coming into Coliseum.
VNA 21.3
News, 1968 October 21
Physical Description: 65'-117', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Demonstration up State Street, students fill street, headed for U.S. Army recruiter, student pasting stickers on recruiter's window: “Demonstrate against the war.” Night time demonstration; students on State Street.
VNA 21.4
News, 1968
Physical Description: 118'-126', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: “Bring Troops Home” rally at Capitol.
VNA 21.5
News, 1968 October 15
Physical Description: 126'-161', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: “Bring Troops Home” rally at Capitol. Speakers address crowd. March up State Street; crowds in front of U.S. Army recruiter.
VNA 21.6
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 163'-192', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Woman on why students might feel draft records need to be destroyed.
VNA 21.7
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 192'-230', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Woman on need for open Democratic Party Convention.
VNA 21.8
News/Speeches, 1968
Physical Description: 231'-239', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin State University (not identified as to which one). Hall filled with students; Richard Nixon at microphone (very briefly).
VNA 21.9
News/Speeches, 1968
Physical Description: 239'-330', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy rally at Dane County Coliseum.
VNA 21.10
Speeches, 1968 April 1
Physical Description: 330'-363', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Maurice Zeitlin on LBJ's decision not to run: “Americans do not want continued escalation of war.”
VNA 21.11
Speeches, 1968
Physical Description: 364'-405', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. Bollenbeck: withdrawal will cause communist takeover in Vietnam.
VNA 21.12
Meetings/News, 1968
Physical Description: 405'-509', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Meeting at State Capitol concerning black students at Wisconsin State University at Oshkosh. Lee Dreyfus at meeting. Students crowded around meeting table. Students start chanting; Chairman calls for quiet; sound of glass breaking. Students push their way in; Chairman announces that resolution will be presented; students demand more room: “The rotunda's open!”
VNA 21.13
On-site interviews, 1968 September 13
Physical Description: 510'-537', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young: “My concern will be primarily with this (Madison) campus, although I will be concerned with the University as a whole.”
VNA 21.14
Press conferences, 1968 February 21
Physical Description: 538'-654', silent and magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy: response has been very good to campaign.
VNA 22.1
News, 1968 May 14
Physical Description: 0'-39', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: “Bring the Troops Home” rally in front of Loraine Hotel. Cut to interior of Loraine ballroom and Rotary Club meeting in progress.
VNA 22.2
Speeches, 1968 May 15
Physical Description: 40'-112', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Director of Selective Service addressing Rotary Club: “These kids aren't so bad...It's just when they all get together.”
VNA 22.3
On-site interviews, 1968 May
Physical Description: 113'-152', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Roy Rogers and Dale Evans arriving in Madison. Roy at Coliseum (riding Trigger?). Roy and Dale being interviewed: “When you lose faith...everything crumbles.”
VNA 22.4
News, 1968 May
Physical Description: 153'-205', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Rally on Bascom Hill. Man speaking through bullhorn. Students milling about. Police in front of classroom building.
VNA 22.5
On-site interviews, 1968 May
Physical Description: 206'-262', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Gaylord Nelson: we should propose mutual cease fire. Then elections should begin as soon as possible.
VNA 22.6
On-site interviews, 1968 May
Physical Description: 263'-331', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Gaylord Nelson on negotiations in Paris. We should end bombing of North and offer mutual cease fire.
VNA 22.7
Meetings, 1968
Physical Description: 332'-663', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Common Council meeting. Ralph Hanson speaks: “Can't have police behind every tree.” Man and several students testify on causes and concerns about student harassment.
VNA 22.8
Graduation ceremonies, 1968 June 14
Physical Description: 663'-809', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin graduation. Warren Knowles makes graduation address. Fred Harrington speaks: “University of Wisconsin will not give way to repression.”
VNA 23.1
On-site interviews, 1968 July
Physical Description: 0'-36', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Interview with Alderman Leo Cooper on riot equipment for city: “About 19 to 20 votes will be in favor of riot equipment.”
VNA 23.2
On-site interviews, 1968 July
Physical Description: 37'-83', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gaylord Nelson: “Our nation deserves constructive alternatives from both political parties.”
VNA 23.3
Meetings, 1968 August
Physical Description: 84'-111', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Common Council. Paul Soglin in attendance.
VNA 23.4
News, 1968 August
Physical Description: 112'-139', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy rally at Dane County Coliseum.
VNA 23.5
On-site interviews, 1968 August
Physical Description: 140'-226', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Interview with Gerald Ford: “Ours (Republican) was an open convention.” He also talks about Czech crisis.
VNA 23.6
On-site interviews, 1968 August
Physical Description: 227'-345', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Robert Kastenmeier: “I will support Vice President Humphrey” now that McCarthy is no longer in the race.
VNA 23.7
News, 1968
Physical Description: 345'-417', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Military Academy. Soldiers training in the field. Aerial view of camp.
VNA 23.8
News, 1968 September 4
Physical Description: 418'-534', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Spiro Agnew at Dane County Airport. “The Democratic Convention was a strange thing,” he says.
VNA 23.9
News, 1968 September
Physical Description: 534'-669', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin campus scenes. Reporter Roger Sutton begins report on University of Wisconsin.
VNA 23.10
Press conferences, 1968 September
Physical Description: 669'-713', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington announces Edwin Young is the new University of Wisconsin chancellor. Intercut with silent shots of Board of Regents.
VNA 23.11
News, 1968 September 14
Physical Description: 713'-739', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Bascom Hill demonstration. Sign: “No compulsory indoctrination.”
VNA 23.12
Speeches, 1968 September
Physical Description: 740'-785', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Man giving speech comments on Hubert Humphrey's remark that war could be scaled down now; man calls this comment “dangerous.”
VNA 23.13
News, 1968
Physical Description: 785'-804', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Campus demonstration scenes.
VNA 23.14
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 804'-899', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Fred Harrington: “Students should study hard, debate and demonstrate, provided there is no destruction.”
VNA 24.1
Hearings, 1968 September
Physical Description: 0'-92', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Common Council session. Police Chief Emery testifies before Council on police and black community relations.
VNA 24.2
News/Speeches, 1968
Physical Description: 92'-112', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Humphrey-Muskie rally at campaign headquarters. Robert Kastenmeier talks to workers. Brief appearance by Bronson La Follette.
VNA 24.3
News, 1968
Physical Description: 112'-130', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin State Headquarters for Selective Service System after fire or bomb damage.
VNA 24.4
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 131'-171', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Man on youths' idea of sexuality.
VNA 24.5
Speeches, 1968 October
Physical Description: 172'-252', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Man on drug use among young. “There is a psychological dependence....”
VNA 24.6
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 253'-322', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Man: “Many young people feel that the cause of their own difficulties lie outside of themselves.” Talks about factors that can lead to “crack up” of teenager.
VNA 24.7
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 323'-392', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Reporter interviews Lt. Davenport and Det. McFarland: drug problem is centered around university area. McFarland: biggest drug used is marijuana. Davenport: undercover police infiltrate by imitating the “general slovenly appearance” of drug users.
VNA 24.8
Speeches/On-site interviews, 1968 October
Physical Description: 393'-422', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Priest giving speech to group and later interviewed. Students' activity, priest says, points out that they are responsible Americans.
VNA 24.9
Press conferences, 1968 October
Physical Description: 423'-481', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Melvin Laird: other two candidates (Democrats) “cannot bring unity to the United States of America.” Nixon can, he says.
VNA 24.10
News, 1968
Physical Description: 482'-519', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy met at airport by Patrick Lucey and Robert Kastenmeier.
VNA 24.11
Press conferences, 1968 October
Physical Description: 520'-571', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Benjamin Spock in Milwaukee (wearing “M-14” button for Milwaukee 14 defendants). “American people are violently opposed to it [war].” War has hurt leadership, he says.
VNA 24.12
News, 1968 October
Physical Description: 571'-607', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy at rally at Field House.
VNA 24.13
Hearings, 1968 October
Physical Description: 608'-779', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Senate Drug Committee hearing testimony on drug use (particularly on campus) by various witnesses, including Lt. Davenport.
VNA 25.1
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 0'-49', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Man (author of “Double Agent”): “SDS...heavily connected with the communists.”
VNA 25.2
Political announcements, 1968
Physical Description: 49'-76', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator William Proxmire on presidential election. Nixon has decided to continue to support LBJ's foreign policy programs. Probably the right decision, but it may not be, he says.
VNA 25.3
News/Meetings, 1968
Physical Description: 76'-98', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students at Madison Common Council meeting holding up signs: “What if they gave a war and nobody came?”
VNA 25.4
Meetings, 1968
Physical Description: 98'-133', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Common Council. Paul Soglin looking through papers.
VNA 25.5
On-site interviews, circa 1969
Physical Description: 133'-194', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man: “White society has had its separate classes for 100 years. They have been developing their truth without the presence of the black man.”
VNA 25.6
Press conferences, circa 1969
Physical Description: 194'-254', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young: Wisconsin has moved as fast as any University in meeting needs of blacks. He assumes blacks are not participating in today's demonstration to shut down the University.
VNA 25.7
Press conferences, circa 1969
Physical Description: 254'-271', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black student press conference. “The students have articulated their feelings and it is the responsibility of the University to talk to them directly.”
VNA 25.8
Press conferences, circa 1969
Physical Description: 271'-300', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: National Guardsman: “Many of our National Guardsmen are actually college students....They have a job to do.”
VNA 25.9
Press conferences, circa 1969
Physical Description: 300'-374', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young: programs for blacks are on the campus already. National Guard and city police will be withdrawn from campus immediately.
VNA 25.10
Press conferences, circa 1969
Physical Description: 374'-427', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: More of a press conference (in a different location) with Chancellor Edwin Young: “The real concern is that students and faculty may attend classes.”
VNA 25.11
Press conferences, circa 1968
Physical Description: 427'-483', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Knowles outlines a plan to “ensure a free, but orderly environment on campuses.”
VNA 25.12
On-site interviews, circa 1969
Physical Description: 483'-527', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: A legislator doesn't favor cutting University of Wisconsin budget to get at demonstrators.
VNA 25.13
On-site interviews, circa 1969
Physical Description: 527'-580', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lt. Gov. Jack Olson: average legislator wants to protect right to dissent.
VNA 25.14
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 580'-668', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Richard Nixon at Executive Residence with Governor Knowles. Governor is not on record as supporting anyone for presidential nomination.
VNA 26.1
Press conferences, 1968/01
Physical Description: 0'-66', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Fred Halstead, Socialist candidate for president: “McCarthy hasn't got a chance.” Way to end the war is through an independent anti-war movement, he says.
VNA 26.2
News/Meetings, 1968/01
Physical Description: 67'-79', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students sit in at University of Wisconsin Board of Regents meeting.
VNA 26.3
On-site interviews, 1968/01
Physical Description: 80'-202', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Abraham Quisling becomes new president of Madison Chamber of Commerce. Quisling talks about plans for upcoming year.
VNA 26.4
On-site interviews, 1968/01
Physical Description: 202'-266', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Two East High School students have organized a group to show support for men fighting in Vietnam. Group has marched in front of Draft Resistance Union.
VNA 26.5
News, 1968/01
Physical Description: 267'-310', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Bascom Hall with protesters in front; sign says “We protest Communist piracy. Get the Pueblo back.” Burning of NLF flag.
VNA 26.6
News/Press conferences, 1968 February
Physical Description: 311'-496', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Governor George Romney arrives at Dane County Airport and is greeted by supporters. Governor travels around Madison, talking with people. At a press conference he says the conflict will be won in “the hearts and minds” of Vietnamese people.
VNA 26.7
Press conferences, 1968 February
Physical Description: 496'-556', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor William Sewell: Dow chemical interviews and military interviews have been delayed on campus. Ad hoc committee to complete recommendations soon.
VNA 26.8
Press conferences, 1968 February
Physical Description: 556'-614', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Dick Gregory: Wisconsin has a Father Groppi. It is up to White America to decide if it becomes a violent revolution or if it stays bordering on the non-violent.
VNA 26.9
Speeches, 1968 February
Physical Description: 615'-642', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Wayne Morse supports no form of disobedience to laws still on the books.
VNA 26.10
On-site interviews, 1968 March 4
Physical Description: 643'-743', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Male students: students should be able to talk to military on campus, “We don't know what [Merman] report will say.”
VNA 26.11
On-site interviews, 1968 March 4
Physical Description: 743'-817', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Unidentified hippie: “The new age of peace and light...that time is already here.” Before new age is fully in, there is going to be a lot more trouble.
VNA 26.12
Press conferences, 1968 March
Physical Description: 818'-910', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Joan Baez: No such thing as personal defense: “We are all gonna lose our lives sometime.” Calls herself a “non-violent soldier.”
VNA 26.13
News, 1968 March
Physical Description: 910'-929', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Rally on Bascom Hill. Sign: “Reinstate Zwicker Now.”
VNA 27.1
Candidacy announcements, 1968
Physical Description: 0'-25', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Vietnam veteran declares himself candidate for governor. Calls on people of Wisconsin to support troops in Vietnam by demanding their withdrawal.
VNA 27.2
News, 1968
Physical Description: 26'-46', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Rally on Bascom Hill. Bascom Hall lobby filled with students.
VNA 27.3
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 47'-104', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: National Commander of AmVets. He's been traveling country to give “true” picture of what's happening in Vietnam.
VNA 27.4
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 105'-144', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Spokesman for Veterans for Peace in Vietnam responds to AmVets spokesman: Veterans for Peace are speaking with attorneys to pursue suits of libel.
VNA 27.5
Speeches, 1968
Physical Description: 145'-198', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Eugene McCarthy giving a speech at Coliseum. Pan of crowd and students waiting in Coliseum lobby.
VNA 27.6
Speeches, 1968
Physical Description: 198'-268', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Vice President Hubert Humphrey speaks to gathering at Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point. (Lee Dreyfus at podium briefly.)
VNA 27.7
News, 1968
Physical Description: 268'-312', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Athletic Shell. Sign on door: “This building is closed Sat. March 30, 1968 except for authorized interviews.”
VNA 27.8
News, 1968
Physical Description: 313'-343', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students going to office of U.S. Attorney. Students in office speaking with Attorney.
VNA 27.9
News, 1968
Physical Description: 343'-369', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Rally at Capitol. Crowd marches down University Avenue.
VNA 27.10
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 370'-430', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Southern legislator(?), using a Civil War analogy, says President Johnson is in effect asking Ho Chi Minh to betray his own people.
VNA 27.11
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 430'-608', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Woman on Black Panthers. She describes formation of Black Panthers by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale in Oakland, California.
VNA 28.1
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 0'-49', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young: University will go to any lengths in order to uphold rules. Use of the National Guard justified in Black Strike.
VNA 28.2
News, 1969 May
Physical Description: 50'-94', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Mifflin Street riot. Police put on riot gear and clear away street barricade.
VNA 28.3
Press conferences, 1969 February
Physical Description: 94'-118', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black student spokesman: certain legislative bodies are indulging in vendettas against blacks.
VNA 28.4
News, 1969
Physical Description: 119'-151', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Afro-American and Race Relations Center after it was fire bombed.
VNA 28.5
Hearings, 1969 March
Physical Description: 151'-216', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington testifying before State Assembly committee on University of Wisconsin security system.
VNA 28.6
Hearings, 1969 March
Physical Description: 217'-294', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington (in another part of the same testimony): twelve to twenty students dismissed or Regents' action taken.
VNA 28.7
Hearings, 1969 March
Physical Description: 295'-338', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington recommends adding to authority of Board of Regents.
VNA 28.8
Hearings, 1969
Physical Description: 338'-366', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Protection and Security head Ralph Hanson (in testimony before State Assembly Committee): University of Wisconsin is cooperating with other police forces.
VNA 28.9
Hearings, 1969
Physical Description: 366'-401', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor Otto Festge testifying before a Senate committee hearing on the city's participation in law enforcement during Dow demonstrations.
VNA 28.10
Hearings, 1969
Physical Description: 401'-449', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police Chief Wilbur Emery testifying before a Senate hearing (same one as in segment 9) in favor of bill to combine city and university security personnel because there are many duplications of efforts.
VNA 28.11
News, 1969
Physical Description: 449'-595', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Pantomime production in front of Memorial Library. Sign: “To be against the war and do nothing is indefensible.” Demonstration by Van Hise Hall. Students walk up Van Hise side of Bascom Hill. Demonstration near Van Hise. Ambulance leaves scene; city bus carrying police in riot gear arrives. National Guard being mobilized. People standing in doorway of Mifflin Street Co-op.
VNA 28.12
Features (Newsfilm), 1969
Physical Description: 596'-645', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Silent footage of University of Wisconsin campus in late summer. Carillon Tower, Bascom Hill, Van Hise Hall.
VNA 28.13
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 646'-683', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Priest announcing anti-war rally at Field House.
VNA 28.14
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 683'-745', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police Chief Emery: officers did not over-react to demonstration.
VNA 28.15
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 745'-816', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke (after Mifflin Street block party): city doesn't want continued confrontation. Madison residents should not drive into student areas.
VNA 29.1
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 0'-21', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young: number of students actually demonstrating is small.
VNA 29.2
News, 1969
Physical Description: 21'-35', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black Strike demonstration. Students fill street, chanting “On strike, shut it down.” Students gathered outside Social Science Building.
VNA 29.3
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 35'-69', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black spokesman: the black people of the University are fully in control of the Black Strike.
VNA 29.4
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 69'-87', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young: support for Black Strike has fallen.
VNA 29.5
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 88'-119', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles on Black Strike: education of majority will be interrupted. SDS bent on destroying capitalism and university structure.
VNA 29.6
Hearings, 1969
Physical Description: 120'-148', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington testifies before State Senate committee: “We have reached the point of clear and present danger in our institutions.”
VNA 29.7
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 148'-208', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black faculty press conference: University of Wisconsin “has failed to face up to conditions of racism.” University of Wisconsin has knocked together a set of ad hoc courses designed for different purposes.
VNA 29.8
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 208'-300', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black Strike leader: “We will continue to strike.” The Black Caucus is in control of the strike, he says.
VNA 29.9
Speeches/News, 1969
Physical Description: 301'-387', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke goes to Mifflin Street Co-op after Mifflin Street riot to address student community. Dyke speaks to crowd with bullhorn. Crowd heckles him. Dyke promises an investigation.
VNA 29.10
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 387'-438', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Alderman Eugene Parks feels city is provoking violent confrontation between students and police. “I don't think this community is a repressive community.”
VNA 29.11
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 439'-469', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young speaking on Black Strike: demonstrations can be a way of attracting attention. He is confident that most students will not tolerate disruption of University of Wisconsin.
VNA 29.12
News, 1969
Physical Description: 469'-505', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: National Guardsmen say goodbye to families.
VNA 29.13
Speeches, 1969
Physical Description: 506'-527', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Vietnam veteran at Field House describing situation in Vietnam. Rice crops are destroyed; people have little to eat.
VNA 29.14
Speeches, 1969
Physical Description: 528'-546', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Marge Tabinkin (WSA president) speaking at Library Mall rally; she announces march to start that night.
VNA 29.15
Man on the street interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 547'-564', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Interviews on war moratorium.
VNA 29.16
News, 1969
Physical Description: 564'-581', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally on Capitol Square. Chants of “Peace Now!”
VNA 29.17
Man on the street interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 581'-613', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: More interviews on war moratorium.
VNA 29.18
Speeches, 1969
Physical Description: 613'-676', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gold Star mother at Field House for war moratorium. Tells of her son leaving for Vietnam and his return as a war casualty.
VNA 29.19
News, 1969
Physical Description: 676'-693', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Riot damage to store fronts on State Street.
VNA 29.20
News, 1969
Physical Description: 694'-713', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Continuation of war moratorium rally at Capitol.
VNA 29.21
News, 1969
Physical Description: 714'-745', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black Strike demonstration. Riot police marching up Bascom Hill. Broken classroom windows. Army ROTC building vandalized.
VNA 29.22
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 746'-757', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke: “These are professional agitators.”
VNA 30.1
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 0'-2', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Very brief segment of Hubert Humphrey at podium; appears to be press conference.
VNA 30.2
Press conferences, 1969 May
Physical Description: 2'-29', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke and Police Chief Wilbur Emery display items thrown at police during Mifflin Street block party riot.
VNA 30.3
Speeches, 1969 November
Physical Description: 30'-80', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Continuation (from VNA 29.18) of Gold Star mother's speech at Field House: “What did he die for?” she asks.
VNA 30.4
Press conferences, 1969 February
Physical Description: 81'-121', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles: “I deplore the use of violence” in Black Strike. Knowles will call in the National Guard.
VNA 30.5
News, 1969
Physical Description: 122'-136', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Demonstration on University Avenue. Students marching, chanting “On strike, shut it down.” Police in riot gear.
VNA 30.6
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 136'-157', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young on Black Strike: “This university is going to go about its functions.”
VNA 30.7
News, 1969 May
Physical Description: 158'-221', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mifflin Street Block Party. Students in the street dancing. Police “riot trucks” coming down street.
VNA 30.8
Man on the street interviews, 1969 October
Physical Description: 222'-245', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Young man asked what he thinks about moratorium: “As far as their marching, I don't go for it....I fully believe in that war in Vietnam.”
VNA 30.9
News, 1969 May
Physical Description: 246'-307', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mifflin Street Block Party riot. City bus vandalized. Wounded policeman being helped away. Students being arrested. Night scenes on Mifflin Street.
VNA 30.10
News, 1969 February
Physical Description: 308'-404', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black student strike. Students standing and blocking classroom building doorway. Police on Bascom Hill. National Guard troops advancing slowly, with rifles and fixed bayonets. Candlelight march to Capitol led by blacks. Daytime scene: students fighting. Riot police step in. National Guard troops, rifles pointed towards students. Nighttime scenes: students marching with torches on State Street.
VNA 30.11
Speeches, 1969
Physical Description: 404'-455', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students in Field House listening to war moratorium speakers, including Jim Rowen: “It is up to the people here tonight to organize, propose and enforce a total moratorium....”
VNA 30.12
News, 1969 October
Physical Description: 455'-477', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Candlelight march. Reading names of war dead by candlelight.
VNA 30.13
News, 1969 October
Physical Description: 478'-509', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Crowd at Field House during October Moratorium.
VNA 30.14
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 509'-534', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: WSA vice president Marge Tabinkin: ROTC and Army Math Research Center must be eliminated from campus.
VNA 30.15
Man on the street interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 534'-580'', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: People give their opinions of nationwide war moratorium.
VNA 30.16
News, 1969
Physical Description: 580'-606', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: People getting on buses for national moratorium rally in Washington, D.C.
VNA 30.17
News, 1969
Physical Description: 606'-657', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Coffin carried from St. Paul's Church to Army Math Research Center by priest and students. Signs: “Thou shalt not kill, bomb, maim, rape, defoliate.”
VNA 30.18
News, 1969 October
Physical Description: 657'-677', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students arriving at Field House for October Moratorium rally.
VNA 30.19
News, 1969 February
Physical Description: 677'-693', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students during Black Strike marching, chanting “On strike, shut it down.” Police with nightsticks, riot helmets on. One policeman chasing students out of street.
VNA 30.20
News/Speeches, 1969 February
Physical Description: 693'-735', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black Strike, nighttime. Black student leader speaking to crowd with bullhorn.
VNA 31.1
News, 1969 May
Physical Description: 0'-42', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mifflin Street block party aftermath. Debris from blockades being dismantled.
VNA 31.2
News, 1969 October
Physical Description: 42'-55', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Letter-writing headquarters for sending anti-war messages to Nixon, Laird, and congressmen at a church on University Avenue.
VNA 31.3
News, 1969 October
Physical Description: 55'-69', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: October Moratorium rally at Library Mall. Sign: “To be against the war and do nothing is indefensible.”
VNA 31.4
News, 1969 October
Physical Description: 69'-74', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: October Moratorium. Students entering UW Field House.
VNA 31.5
News, 1969 February
Physical Description: 75'-137', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student crowd gathers at Library Mall. National Guardsmen as well as police present. Students gathered near Van Hise Hall. Riot police marching up street. National Guardsmen, headed by riot police, march up street (possibly part of Black Strike).
VNA 31.6
News, 1969 February
Physical Description: 138'-169', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: National Guard jeeps and trucks leave headquarters.
VNA 31.7
News, 1969 October
Physical Description: 169'-200', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: October Moratorium. Marge Tabinkin and other Wisconsin Student Association people organizing letter-writing campaign and getting leaflets ready.
VNA 31.8
News, 1969 February
Physical Description: 200'-207', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: National Guardsmen leave for Madison.
VNA 31.9
News, 1969
Physical Description: 208'-219', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mifflin Street Co-op. Sign in store window: “500 people, mostly children, are in desperate need of breakfast tomorrow morning. Your immediate contribution will feed them.”
VNA 31.10
News, 1969 October
Physical Description: 220'-233', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: October Moratorium at Library Mall. Pantomime on Memorial Library steps of U.S. aggression.
VNA 31.11
News, 1969
Physical Description: 233'-238', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Pickets in front of Armory building.
VNA 31.12
News, 1969
Physical Description: 238'-247', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students passing out leaflets door-to-door off campus.
VNA 31.13
Press conferences, 1969 February
Physical Description: 249'-293', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black Strike spokesman: black students have presented to University of Wisconsin's administration thirteen demands. Demands “must be met.”
VNA 31.14
News, 1969 February
Physical Description: 294'-365', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black Strike demonstration near Van Hise Hall. Riot police arrive in school buses. Police marching up street, breaking into a run. Student being arrested.
VNA 31.15
Press conferences, 1969 February
Physical Description: 366'-382', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black Strike spokesman: National Guard has made many people tense and this is provocation.
VNA 31.16
News, 1969
Physical Description: 384'-415', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: National Guardsmen in front of Capitol. Picketing students at Bascom Hall. Statue of Lincoln has “Strike” spray painted at base. Scenes of nighttime rioting on State Street.
VNA 31.17
News, 1969 May
Physical Description: 415'-455', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mifflin Street block party riot. Student being arrested.
VNA 31.18
News, 1969 February
Physical Description: 456'-477', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Brief shot of nighttime demonstration. Student picketing in front of Science Hall; sign reads: “Support Black Demands.” More demonstrations.
VNA 31.19
News, 1969 February
Physical Description: 478'-565', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Demonstration in front of Bascom Hall during Black Strike. Demonstration near Social Science Building. Large demonstration at intersection of Park Street and University Avenue. Students marching down State Street. Riot police on scene. National Guardsmen on Capitol Square. Students demonstrating in front of Bascom Hall. Demonstrators marching on University Avenue. Traffic piling up. Riot police arrive. National Guard convoy going to Madison.
VNA 31.20
News, 1969
Physical Description: 566'-612', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: National Guardsmen welcomed back home by families.
VNA 31.21
News, 1969
Physical Description: 613'-633', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: ROTC building fire bombed. Three Army men inspect damage.
VNA 31.22
Speeches, 1969
Physical Description: 634'-794', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Vietnam veteran speaking at Field House during war moratorium. “Once I got to Vietnam, my views changed very rapidly.” A woman also speaks: one way out of welfare for blacks is war, she says.
VNA 32.1
Meetings/News, 1969
Physical Description: 0'-116', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Common Council; motion to close 500 block of Mifflin Street on May 10, 1969. Paul Soglin rises to speak, but Mayor Dyke calls for city attorney to speak on tabling of motion.
VNA 32.2
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 117'-215', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black Strike spokesman: no violence until National Guardsmen arrived. Guardsmen are a provocative presence.
VNA 32.3
On-site interviews/Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 216'-282', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young: if legislature is trying to decide how to spend scarce money, it might not spend it here [University of Wisconsin].
VNA 32.4
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 283'-369', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington is in agreement with Chancellor Young: no expelled Oshkosh students (black strikers) to be admitted to University of Wisconsin--Madison at this time.
VNA 32.5
News, 1969
Physical Description: 370'-388', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Afro-American and Race Relations Center vandalized and fire set.
VNA 32.6
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 389'-445', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Knowles announcing actions will be taken against students at public institutions who are convicted of a criminal offense arising out of a campus disturbance.
VNA 32.7
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 446'-546', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Nellen gives reason for calling executive committee meeting: to consider the impact of proposed budget on University of Wisconsin and to explore proposed curtailment of certain University of Wisconsin programs.
VNA 32.8
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 547'-562', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State legislator talks on “new coalition.”
VNA 32.9
News, 1969
Physical Description: 563'-632', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Plans and model for renovated State Street. Malls are shown.
VNA 32.10
News, 1969 October 9
Physical Description: 633'-693', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Army personnel arrive back in Madison.
VNA 32.11
Promotional materials, 1969 October 11
Physical Description: 695'-751', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Air Force public relations film of Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird with Air Force Academy cadets.
VNA 32.12
Promotional materials, 1969
Physical Description: 751'-796', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Army public relations film shot in Vietnam. Soldiers at religious services.
VNA 33.1
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 0'-37', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington on talks with University of Wisconsin Regents and faculty. University will not tolerate obstruction or destruction.
VNA 33.2
News, 1969
Physical Description: 37'-62', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Afro-American Center after fire bombing.
VNA 33.3
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 63'-81', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young: substantial portion of deactivation of National Guard has taken place.
VNA 33.4
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 82'-148', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on communist activities on college campuses. Communists use the “idealism” of students to convert and manipulate, he says.
VNA 33.5
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 148'-289', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Roger Sutton reports on TAA's activities. TAA threatened to strike if University of Wisconsin cut tuition rebates to out-of-state TA's. TAA is now planning a reorganization. Interview with TAA spokesman who gives short history of TAA.
VNA 33.6
Awards Ceremonies, 1969
Physical Description: 289'-303', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Knowles in his office with two military officers.
VNA 33.7
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 304'-386', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Knowles: makes no charge of communism against demonstrators, but demonstrators have gone far beyond free speech.
VNA 33.8
News, 1969
Physical Description: 386'-422', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students near Commerce Building. Workers cleaning up broken window glass.
VNA 33.9
Meetings/Speeches, 1969
Physical Description: 423'-451', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young: as long as they [students] are polite and have an appointment, it's his duty to meet with them.
VNA 33.10
Meetings/Speeches, 1969
Physical Description: 451'-488', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man (at same meeting as in previous segment) on question of student discipline.
VNA 33.11
Meetings, 1969
Physical Description: 488'-532', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington addresses unknown meeting.
VNA 33.12
Meetings, 1969
Physical Description: 532'-553', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Board of Regents.
VNA 33.13
On-site interviews/Meetings, 1969
Physical Description: 553'-642', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Regent(?): ID cards with photo needed by faculty and students. Regents have advocated “get tough” policy. Silent shots of Regents meeting. Interview with Attorney General Warren: students charged with expulsion should be aware of charges made against them.
VNA 33.14
Studio interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 643'-719', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Israeli gives comparison of Viet Cong and Palestinian terrorists.
VNA 33.15
News, 1969
Physical Description: 720'-739', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Alderman Paul Soglin in city conference room.
VNA 33.16
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 739'-785', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Wayne Morse (D-Oregon): Nixon perpetuating old Eisenhower-Nixon-Dulles policy on Vietnam. “We're going to end up in a war with China, which we will never win.”
VNA 33.17
Studio interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 786'-825', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Robert Kastenmeier: Administration will need to reassess situation [Vietnam].
VNA 33.18
Man on the street interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 825'-904', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: People asked about resolutions they have made for 1969.
VNA 34.1
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 0'-133', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles comments on problem of ever increasing numbers of out-of-state students. Regents have put a cap on 1969-1970 out-of-state enrollment to 25% of new students.
VNA 34.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1969
Physical Description: 134'-192', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Car pulls up to building where a group of men are waiting. Three men, one Gov. Warren Knowles, get out of gull-wing door. St. Patrick's Day celebration starts.
VNA 34.3
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 192'-208', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on contract (possibly a labor contract) with City of Madison.
VNA 34.4
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 209'-288', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. Brusky (interviewed by Jerry Deane) on new taxpayers' organization. His group is made up of Madison people unhappy with tax situation.
VNA 34.5
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 288'-424', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene Parks (interviewed by Jerry Deane) on creation of Afro-American Center. Center is creating a library dealing with experiences of black people.
VNA 34.6
Promotional materials, 1969
Physical Description: 424'-534', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: U.S. Army film shows officer going on inspection tour of Army hospital.
VNA 34.7
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 534'-548', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: City official on leasing air park (Truax Field).
VNA 34.8
Press conferences, 1969 February 25
Physical Description: 549'-620', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on new attitudes in black community which is seeking to develop its own institutions.
VNA 34.9
News, 1969 June 14
Physical Description: 620'-674', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Truax Field Air Force Base. Military personnel boarding plane and taking off.
VNA 34.10
News, 1969 June 23
Physical Description: 674'-773', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: U.S. Army training. Troops shown how to throw grenades.
VNA 35.1
News/Speeches, 1969 April 29
Physical Description: 0'-27', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student rally in front of Law School. Speaker addresses small crowd.
VNA 35.2
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 27'-86', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student on reprisals after Black Strike; calls actions a “witch hunt.”
VNA 35.3
Press conferences, 1969 May
Physical Description: 86'-155', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke and Police Chief Wilbur Emery display examples of items (knives, etc.) thrown at the police during Mifflin Street Block Party riot.
VNA 35.4
News, 1969
Physical Description: 155'-188', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student rally at Library Mall. Police in riot gear inside City-County Building; police come out of building and move students away.
VNA 35.5
Press conferences, 1969 May
Physical Description: 188'-227', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke declares gathering in Mifflin-Bassett area an unlawful assembly.
VNA 35.6
Press conferences, 1969 May
Physical Description: 227'-266', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke supports ordinance for block party permits suggested by City-University Coordinating Committee.
VNA 35.7
News, 1969
Physical Description: 266'-298', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students gather on Mifflin and Bassett Streets.
VNA 35.8
Meetings, 1969
Physical Description: 298'-317', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Common Council. Alderman Eugene Parks speaking from his desk; students view the proceedings.
VNA 35.9
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 318'-400', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Student Association officers comment on the University's part in the ROTC and the role of Students for a Democratic Society in demonstrations.
VNA 35.10
News, 1969
Physical Description: 400'-409', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Interior of vandalized building.
VNA 35.11
News/Meetings, 1969
Physical Description: 409'-445', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Police guarding entrance to Madison Common Council meeting.
VNA 35.12
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 445'-506', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke: “This is a total community.” He displays stack of phone messages (on his handling of Mifflin Street Block Party?).
VNA 35:13
Meetings, 1969
Physical Description: 507'-522', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Common Council.
VNA 35.14
Meetings/Hearings, 1969
Physical Description: 523'-680', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man testifying before Madison Common Council: “Government should be at the lowest level feasible.” Other citizens comment on need for regulations concerning block parties.
VNA 35.15
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 680'-776', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Assembly Speaker Harold Froehlich on floor action in the Assembly to ease backlog of bills.
VNA 35.16
Promotional materials, 1969
Physical Description: 776'-811', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Military band playing for schoolchildren. U.S. Army film.
VNA 36.1
News, 1969 May
Physical Description: 0'-35', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: James Rector Memorial Park created on Mifflin Street.
VNA 36.2
News, 1969 September
Physical Description: 35'-79', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Exterior of Memorial Union Theater. Student crowds in lobby; police on the scene.
VNA 36.3
News, 1969
Physical Description: 80'-105', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Exterior of Memorial Union Theater as man (Dean Rusk?) enters stage door. Interior shot of theater with clapping crowd.
VNA 36.4
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 105'-203', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police Chief Wilbur Emery on Safe Streets Act program which would increase training of all law enforcement personnel in the handling of civil disobedience.
VNA 36.5
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 204'-285', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Attorney General Robert Warren on statutory changes for new administrative rules at University of Wisconsin, including the power of the chancellor to declare the campus “off limits.”
VNA 36.6
News, 1969 October
Physical Description: 285'-317', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Brief shot of the State Capitol and National Guardsmen.
VNA 36.7
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 317'-346', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Roger Sutton interviews a priest on anti-war demonstrators.
VNA 37.1
On-site interviews, 1970 March
Physical Description: 0'-23', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young (during Teaching Assistants Association strike): “We tend to carry on school as usual.”
VNA 37.2
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 24'-94', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Teaching Assistants Association spokesman: “Teaching assistants are not teacher's aides.”
VNA 37.3
News, 1970
Physical Description: 94'-397', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Scenes around University of Wisconsin campus of striking teaching assistants. Includes shots of WARF building under construction and TA's picketing construction site.
VNA 37.4
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 397'-412', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young: University of Wisconsin would have had agreement with TAA (Teaching Assistants Association) long ago if organization had been an experienced labor union.
VNA 37.5
News, 1970
Physical Description: 413'-424', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: TAA picketing around University of Wisconsin campus.
VNA 37.6
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 424'-487', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: TAA spokesman: recent University of Wisconsin proposal to TA's not acceptable.
VNA 37.7
News, 1970
Physical Description: 487'-502', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Armory building (Old Red Gym) fire bombed by New Year's Gang.
VNA 37.8
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 502'-523', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Attorney General Robert Warren (commenting on Army Math Research Center bombing): not only has there been a murder, but millions in property damage.
VNA 37.9
News, 1970 May
Physical Description: 524'-538', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Kroger's Supermarket fire bombed. Police and fire fighters on the scene.
VNA 37.10
News, 1970
Physical Description: 538'-599', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Nighttime riots on State Street. Fire fighters at fire-bombed Department of Educational Psychology Building. Tear gas clouds near Memorial Union and scenes driving up State Street.
VNA 37.11
News, 1970 May
Physical Description: 599'-649', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Campus riots on Bascom Hill after Kent State University killings.
VNA 37.12
News, 1970
Physical Description: 649'-685', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: TAA picketing on University of Wisconsin campus.
VNA 37.13
News, 1970
Physical Description: 686'-711', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student march down State Street.
VNA 37.14
News, 1970
Physical Description: 712'-736', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: TAA picketing on University of Wisconsin campus.
VNA 37.15
News, 1970
Physical Description: 736'-744', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Sterling Hall after the Army Math Research Center bombing.
VNA 37.16
Meetings, 1970
Physical Description: 745'-763', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student meeting on Memorial Union Terrace after Kent State University killings.
VNA 37.17
News, 1970
Physical Description: 763'-792', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Riot on Bascom Hill, University of Wisconsin campus.
VNA 37.18
Meetings, 1970
Physical Description: 792'-827', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student meeting on Memorial Union Terrace after Kent State University killings.
VNA 38.1
News, 1970
Physical Description: 0'-32', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student demonstration beginning at Library Mall and marching up to the State Capitol. Banner reads “Free Ollie.”
VNA 38.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1970
Physical Description: 32'-65', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Scenes on Langdon Street on a sunny day as students mill about.
VNA 38.3
News, 1970
Physical Description: 66'-89', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student march up State Street.
VNA 38.4
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 89'-155', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young concurs with the decision to alert the National Guard during student strike.
VNA 38.5
Features (News, film), 1970
Physical Description: 155'-176', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin scenes: Memorial Union Terrace, Science Hall, Bascom Hill.
VNA 38.6
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 177'-229', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Student Association president: students have done peaceful work to end war with no result, so now they resort to violence.
VNA 38.7
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 229'-312', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young: decision to call National Guard was made by group of which he was a member.
VNA 38.8
News, 1970
Physical Description: 313'-348', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Interior of fire-bombed office. Shots of fire-bombed Kroger's Supermarket.
VNA 38.9
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 349'-406', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young (interviewed by Bryan Brosamle) would have advised the TAA not to form a union; however, he will now recognize them as a union.
VNA 38.10
News, 1970
Physical Description: 407'-434', “silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin classroom building with TAA pickets in front. Students having book bags checked by National Guardsmen.
VNA 38.11
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 434'-528', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington announces he'll resign as of fall 1970.
VNA 38.12
News, 1970
Physical Description: 528'-615', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Peace vigil on Bascom Hill. National Guard present.
VNA 38.13
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 617'-633', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Student Association president: people have to take a stand now against war and put their studies aside.
VNA 38.14
News, 1970
Physical Description: 634'-651', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Emergency van for first aid during riots. Shots of a demonstration on campus and a rally on the Memorial Union Terrace.
VNA 38.15
News, 1970
Physical Description: 651'-663', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: House fire bombed.
VNA 38.16
News, 1970
Physical Description: 663'-677', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Training Center fire bombed. Exterior of Kroger's Supermarket after fire-bombing.
VNA 38.17
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 677'-695', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young declares situation of immediate danger on University of Wisconsin campus.
VNA 38.18
Features (Newsfilm), 1970
Physical Description: 695'-742', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Veterans of Foreign Wars wreath laying ceremony at Dane County Coliseum.
VNA 38.19
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 742'-789', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man critical of Governor Patrick Lucey spending time on international matters such as Vietnam War.
VNA 39.1
Candidacy announcements, 1970
Physical Description: 0'-59', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey running for Governor; speaks against the high cost of the Vietnam War.
VNA 39.2
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 60'-111', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lt. Gov. Jack Olson backs up Nixon's war policy, opposes Patrick Lucey. Patrick Lucey remarks: “Vietnamization is a fraud.”
VNA 39.3
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 112'-135', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Betty Boardman speaks at Wisconsin Alliance headquarters.
VNA 39.4
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 136'-191', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Margaret Mead on violence on television. Violent events get television coverage, non-violent events do not.
VNA 39.5
News, 1970
Physical Description: 192'-225', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally at City-County Building to oppose the procedures for conducting the Chicago 7 trial.
VNA 39.6
News, 1970
Physical Description: 226'-247', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally at Library Mall: Marge Tabinkin tells people to go to the Field House.
VNA 39.7
News, 1970
Physical Description: 247'-315', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: March outside of Selective Service office.
VNA 39.8
Press conferences, 1970 October
Physical Description: 316'-477', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Marge Tabinkin and others on Moratorium Day; priest speaks on Madison Area Peace Action Council's role.
VNA 39.9
News, 1970
Physical Description: 479'-493', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Overturned cars at corner of Mifflin and Broom Streets.
VNA 39.10
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 494'-572', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on Nixon's decision to bomb Cambodia and the effects of this decision on Wisconsin.
VNA 39.11
News, 1970
Physical Description: 573'-688', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Scenes of broken windows on State Street, police march down Johnson Street. Football practice shown. Rally at Library Mall, march around Capitol Square.
VNA 40.1
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 0'-57', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young on student/faculty disputes then and now; believes students are happy to break laws.
VNA 40.2
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 58'-88', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Priest on our support of dictatorships in South Vietnam; Vietnamization won't work, he says.
VNA 40.3
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 89'-143', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: U.S. Senator Bob Packwood predicts U.S. will be out of war by 1971: Nixon is the answer, he says.
VNA 40.4
News, 1970
Physical Description: 144'-155', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Windows broken in the A.W. Peterson Building on University of Wisconsin campus.
VNA 40.5
News, 1970
Physical Description: 156'-250', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students march from University of Wisconsin to Post Office. Law student condemns the legal system that cracks down on dissent. Police Chief Emery debates with students.
VNA 40.6
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 251'-331', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke claims police are too restrained in combating protests.
VNA 40.7
News, 1970
Physical Description: 332'-410', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally with guerilla theater and speakers at Library Mall.
VNA 40.8
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 411'-523', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Edwin Young, William Dyke, Warren Knowles, and Robert Warren on the Army Math Research Center bombing.
VNA 40.9
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 524'-566', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington on campus security and catching the people who bombed the Army Math Research Center.
VNA 40.10
Hearings, 1970
Physical Description: 567'-600', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: At the State Capitol.
VNA 40.11
News, 1970
Physical Description: 601'-615', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Women's rights rally.
VNA 40.12
Press conferences/News, 1970
Physical Description: 616'-681', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bomb damage to Army Math Research Center. Warren Knowles blames S.D.S., Weathermen, and Black Panthers.
VNA 40.13
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 683'-714', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police Chief Emery claims $5-7 million in damage to the Army Math Research Center.
VNA 41.1
News/Speeches, 1970
Physical Description: 0'-55', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Women's rights demonstration at City-County Building. Speaker demands equal opportunity in job market, access to abortions, birth control, and day care centers.
VNA 41.2
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 55'-102', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police Chief Emery on discovering car linked to Army Math Research Center bombing.
VNA 41.3
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 102'-129', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Paul Soglin derides William Dyke's comment that “hippies on Mifflin Street danced” when they heard of the Army Math Research Center bombing.
VNA 41.4
News, 1970
Physical Description: 130'-230', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally at Library Mall.
VNA 41.5
News, 1970
Physical Description: 231'-262', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gisholt Machine Company (closing?).
VNA 41.6
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 263'-312', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chancellor Edwin Young on campus terrorism and the need to keep up security.
VNA 41.7
Press conferences, -1970
Physical Description: 313'-354', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington steps down as president.
VNA 41.8
Candidacy announcements, 1970
Physical Description: 355'-402', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Betty Boardman announces her candidacy for office.
VNA 41.9
News, 1970
Physical Description: 403'-433', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Boarded up windows on State Street.
VNA 41.10
News, 1970
Physical Description: 434'-497', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student march to State Capitol.
VNA 41.11
News, 1970
Physical Description: 498'-542', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Peace demonstration at Greyhound Bus station.
VNA 41.12
News, 1970
Physical Description: 543'-582', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin fall registration at Armory building.
VNA 41.13
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 583'-690', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Chamber of Commerce presents anti-war petitions to Gov. Warren Knowles.
VNA 42.1
News, 1970
Physical Description: 0'-18', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Student Association is headquarters for student strike.
VNA 42.2
News, 1970
Physical Description: 18'-47', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fire fighters clean up fire started by homemade bomb(?).
VNA 42.3
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 48'-175', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke and Robert Warren on strengthening police power to crack down on student protesters.
VNA 42.4
News, 1970
Physical Description: 175'-207', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fire-bombed home.
VNA 42.5
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 207'-239', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington on university presidents' meeting with President Nixon.
VNA 42.6
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 240'-270', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin administrator denies UW Regents took a poll on the desirability of Fred Harrington's resignation.
VNA 42.7
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 271'-318', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin dean asks faculty members to invite students over to talk about what's going on.
VNA 42.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1970
Physical Description: 318'-353', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Downtown Madison at night.
VNA 42.9
News/Meetings, 1970
Physical Description: 354'-377', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Protest outside of City-County Building during Madison Common Council meeting.
VNA 42.10
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 378'-467', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles thinks students should go home.
VNA 42.11
News, 1970
Physical Description: 468'-500', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: People in suits and dresses outside City-County Building (pro-Nixon rally?).
VNA 42.12
News, 1970
Physical Description: 500'-517', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: National Guard on campus; tent city and march up Bascom Hill.
VNA 42.13
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 518'-554', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington is retiring and will not be taking another presidency elsewhere.
VNA 42.14
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 555'-625', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on opium production in Burma, Laos, and North Vietnam and profits it brings to the Mafia.
VNA 42.15
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 626'-651', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Patrick Lucey on need for discussion on Vietnam; peaceful protest can work, he says.
VNA 42.16
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 651'-689', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on his trust in President Nixon.
VNA 42.17
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 690'-733', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lt. Gov. Jack Olson at Republican State Convention. Campus unrest does produce changes, but these take time, he says.
VNA 43.1
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 0'-35', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Campus security spokesman on increased protection in wake of fire bombings.
VNA 43.2
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 35'-56', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke on the need to protect installations from what he terms “madmen.”
VNA 43.3
Political announcements, 1970
Physical Description: 56'-81', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire supports the Senate's Mansfield Resolution on withdrawing troops from Europe.
VNA 43.4
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 81'-100', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Edwin Young thanks Police Chief Emery and Sheriff Jack Leslie for their help during student unrest.
VNA 43.5
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 101'-120', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Chamber of Commerce member on riots.
VNA 43.6
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 121'-156', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Edwin Young suspends two students involved in General Electric demonstrations.
VNA 43.7
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 157'-173', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington on the General Electric demonstrations.
VNA 43.8
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 173'-204', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Cartoonist Al Capp believes in immediate expulsion for students who break windows or occupy buildings.
VNA 43.9
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 205'-253', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students call for General Electric recruiters to be taken off campus.
VNA 44.1
Meetings/Speeches, 1971
Physical Description: 0'-47', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students and faculty meet after invasion of Laos. UW President John Weaver and Edwin Young at the podium.
VNA 44.2
News, 1971
Physical Description: 47'-71', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally and march on Bascom Hill to protest invasion of Laos.
VNA 44.3
News, 1971
Physical Description: 71'-118', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: May Day (?) march to Brittingham Park.
VNA 44.4
News, 1971
Physical Description: 119'-172', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student march from Bascom Hall to Social Science Building.
VNA 44.5
Press conferences, 1971 May 8
Physical Description: 172'-239', -magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mifflin Street residents on police raid of Mifflin Street Co-op.
VNA 44.6
News, 1971
Physical Description: 239'-319', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Radio evangelist Dr. Carl McIntire sponsors a rally on Capitol Square.
VNA 44.7
News, 1971
Physical Description: 319'-359', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Veterans Day “anti-”parade.
VNA 44.8
Political announcements, 1971
Physical Description: 360'-404', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mary Ann Rice urges a yes vote on immediate withdrawal referendum supported by Patrick Lucey, Robert Kastenmeier, and others.
VNA 44.9
Press conferences, 1971
Physical Description: 405'-445', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Area Peace Action Council wants people to come to Capitol Square for an anti-war rally.
VNA 44.10
On-site interviews, 1971
Physical Description: 445'-479', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Ethiopian on President Nixon's war on small countries.
VNA 44.11
News/Meetings, 1971
Physical Description: 481'-525', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Day care center and several women's rights meetings.
VNA 44.12
News, 1971
Physical Description: 526'-547', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Women's Action Movement stages rally at State Capitol.
VNA 44.13
News, 1971 May
Physical Description: 548'-566', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Memorial Day “anti-”parade around Capitol Square.
VNA 45.1
Features (Newsfilm), 1971
Physical Description: 0'-48', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin campus and State Street in winter.
VNA 45.2
Press conferences, 1971
Physical Description: 49'-67', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke believes protesters have no foundation for their protest.
VNA 45.3
News, 1971
Physical Description: 68'-108', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students at Library Mall protesting against ROTC.
VNA 45.4
News, 1971
Physical Description: 109'-150', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin police getting into squad cars.
VNA 45.5
News, 1971
Physical Description: 151'-198', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-ROTC demonstration at Library Mall.
VNA 45.6
News, 1971
Physical Description: 199'-229', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gisholt Machine Company buildings.
VNA 45.7
Banquets/Speeches/News, 1971
Physical Description: 230'-297', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: General Daniel “Chappie” James addresses Inter-Service Club luncheon on the need to fight all enemies “foreign and domestic.” Outside, students protest.
VNA 45.8
News, 1971
Physical Description: 298'-329', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student march from Camp Randall.
VNA 45.9
Banquets/Speeches, 1971
Physical Description: 330'-401', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey on the destruction of the Vietnamese environment as we destroy our own.
VNA 45.10
Banquets, 1971
Physical Description: 401'-450', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey at a military banquet.
VNA 45.11
Features (Newsfilm), 1971
Physical Description: 451'-492', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bascom Hill in winter.
VNA 45.12
News, 1971
Physical Description: 493'-527', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Protest on Bascom Hill.
VNA 45.13
Press conferences, 1971
Physical Description: 528'-544', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Edwin Young asks students to attend teach-ins.
VNA 45.14
News, 1971
Physical Description: 545'-580', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally in support of the Camp McCoy 3 in front of the City-County Building.
VNA 45.15
Features (Newsfilm), 1971
Physical Description: 581'-623', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Sterling Hall open house (after renovations because of bombing).
VNA 45.16
Banquets/News/Speeches, 1971
Physical Description: 624'-761', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student march from Humanities Building to the Field House. Shots of the wait staff at the Inter-Service Club luncheon wearing “peace now” uniforms. Edwin Young and General Chappie James address the luncheon.
VNA 45.17
News, 1971
Physical Description: 763'-958', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: March from Library Mall to Bascom Hall.
VNA 46.1
News, 1971
Physical Description: 0'-70', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Demonstration for the creation of State Street mall. Paul Soglin appears briefly.
VNA 46.2
Hearings, 1971
Physical Description: 70'-181', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Senator Gordon Roseleip commends Lt. William Calley (defendant in My Lai massacre). Others discuss whether or not he is guilty.
VNA 46.3
Features (Newsfilm), 1971
Physical Description: 181'-231', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students go to Hamm's Brewery for beer for Mifflin Street Block Party.
VNA 46.4
Hearings, 1971
Physical Description: 232'-271', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Draft lottery hearing.
VNA 46.5
News/On-site interviews, 1971
Physical Description: 272'-348', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Woman “chains” herself to war with paper chain (in protest of war games convention). Interviews with war game convention attenders.
VNA 46.6
Press conferences, 1971
Physical Description: 348'-395', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Veterans for Peace prepare to hold a march.
VNA 46.7
News, 1971 May
Physical Description: 396'-473', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Memorial Day service at Veterans of Foreign Wars post named for a Vietnam veteran.
VNA 46.8
On-site interviews, 1971
Physical Description: 473'-549', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Babe Rohr of the Building Trades Council on William Proxmire's and President Nixon's plans for more jobs. He's very critical of their plans.
VNA 47.1
Meetings, 1971 March 6
Physical Description: 0'-10', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Shots of women talking to each other; possibly women's rights meeting.
VNA 47.2
On-site interviews, 1971 April 5
Physical Description: 10'-105', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police Chief Wilbur Emery on Yippie National Conference in Madison and resulting Mifflin St. Block Party and riot.
VNA 47.3
On-site interviews, 1971 April 5
Physical Description: 106'-146', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Eldon Hoel shows sample ballot for spring elections.
VNA 47.4
On-site interviews, 1971 March 26
Physical Description: 147'-207', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man speaks against. referendum #2 (U.S. out of Southeast Asia). He scorns “intellectuals” who ignored Viet Cong atrocities against U.S. troops.
VNA 47.5
News, 1971
Physical Description: 207'-237', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-draft vigil.
VNA 47.6
Public announcements, 1971 May
Physical Description: 237'-302', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Alicia Ashman reads Madison Common Council resolution making Memorial Day “day to ponder the wasted human potential in the Vietnam War.”
VNA 47.7
On-site interviews, 1971 July 21
Physical Description: 302'-365', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Frank Mankiewicz states Vietnam War is the issue for the U.S. Outlines George McGovern's plan to help the economy by pulling back our overseas troops.
VNA 48.1
News, 1972
Physical Description: 0'-193', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: George and Eleanor McGovern campaign at University of Wisconsin.
VNA 48.2
News, 1972
Physical Description: 194'-202', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-war rally at Capitol.
VNA 48.3
Speeches, 1971
Physical Description: 203'-288', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: George McGovern speaks to big crowd at Vilas Park.
VNA 48.4
Press conferences, 1972 February 3
Physical Description: 288'-322', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Edmund Muskie faces questions on his Vietnam policy.
VNA 48.5
Press conferences, 1972
Physical Description: 323'-366', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State of Wisconsin attorney on Karleton Armstrong being charged with second degree murder.
VNA 48.6
Speeches, 1972
Physical Description: 368'-383', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Kunstler and others speak at Mifflin St. Block Party.
VNA 48.7
Meetings, 1972
Physical Description: 384'-485', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Amnesty Conference: Midge Miller talks about who is involved in amnesty program.
VNA 48.8
On-site interviews, 1972
Physical Description: 486'-569', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Tepee on Bascom Hill. Interview with a man who built it.
VNA 48.9
Graduation ceremonies, 1972
Physical Description: 570'-598', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin graduation and night street scenes.
VNA 48.10
News, 1972
Physical Description: 599'-624', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “Burying” the anti-war movement; digging holes and putting small boxes in Bascom Hill.
VNA 48.11
On-site interviews, 1972 May
Physical Description: 624'-750', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “A Weekend of Women in Action: Shortening the Longest Revolution”: a conference to be held at Union South. Athena Bathrick, Ann Higgins-Frank, and Shelly Colton talk about setting up workshops. Jill Giesler reports.
VNA 48.12
Man on the street interviews, 1972
Physical Description: 751'-845', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Larry Saunders asks, “What do you think of the demonstrations?”
VNA 49.1
Press conferences, 1972
Physical Description: 0'-22', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Kunstler on trying the case of the Vietnam War along with the trial of Karleton Armstrong.
VNA 49.2
Press conferences, 1972
Physical Description: 23'-81', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State's attorneys are satisfied with Karleton Armstrong's 23-year sentence.
VNA 49.3
On-site interviews, 1972
Physical Description: 81'-105', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Kunstler's experience in Karleton Armstrong trial has made him more upset than ever before about the Vietnam War.
VNA 49.4
News, 1972
Physical Description: 106'-152', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Boarded up windows at IBM, Madison Gas and Electric, Wisconsin Telephone Company, Ella's Deli, Pic-a-Book, other State Street stores.
VNA 49.5
Press conferences, 1972
Physical Description: 153'-231', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda talk about Karleton Armstrong's trial as hypocritical in the context of U.S. backed war.
VNA 49.6
News, 1972
Physical Description: 232'-250', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Riot on State Street intercut with stock footage of bombs dropping.
VNA 49.7
News, 1972
Physical Description: 251'-270', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Women's Action Movement march to Capitol.
VNA 49.8
News, 1972
Physical Description: 271'-330', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Nighttime “Free Karl” rally on State St. Daytime protests shown as well.
VNA 49.9
News, 1972 February 3
Physical Description: 331'-596', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Edmund Muskie campaigns at the Union; he ignores hecklers.
VNA 49.10
On-site interviews, 1972
Physical Description: 597'-643', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Midge Miller on amnesty for draft dodgers.
VNA 49.11
Speeches, 1972 February 21
Physical Description: 643'-668', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: John Lindsay speaks at East High School against Nixon's 8-point program to end the Vietnam War.
VNA 49.12
On-site interviews, 1972 May 10
Physical Description: 668'-712', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students from Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and Brazil discuss U.S. policy in Southeast Asia.
VNA 49.13
Press conferences, 1972
Physical Description: 712'-725', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey talks to students.
VNA 49.14
Press conferences, 1972 April 18
Physical Description: 726'-768', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gaylord Nelson speaks on Vietnamization.
VNA 49.15
Meetings, 1972
Physical Description: 769'-791', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Area Peace Action Council.
VNA 50.1
On-site interviews, 1972
Physical Description: 0'-39', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: George and Eleanor McGovern campaigning in Wisconsin. McGovern speaks on his pro-farmer position.
VNA 50.2
News, 1972
Physical Description: 39'-79', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Armed Forces Recruiting Center in Washington Square Building.
VNA 50.3
On-site interviews, 1972
Physical Description: 80'-116', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: George McGovern on the military-industrial complex.
VNA 50.4
News, 1972
Physical Description: 117'-171', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Veterans Against the War march to State Capitol. Lt. Gov. Martin Schreiber speaks to them.
VNA 50.5
News, 1972
Physical Description: 172'-184', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Protest at Gisholt Machine Company.
VNA 50.6
News/Speeches, 1972
Physical Description: 184'-259', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: George McGovern speaks on University of Wisconsin campus about ITT tax dodge.
VNA 50.7
Press conferences, 1972
Physical Description: 260'-343', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gaylord Nelson on Vietnam War, the environment, and the presidential primaries.
VNA 50.8
Press conferences, 1972
Physical Description: 344'-356', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on bringing troops back to Upper Midwest(?).
VNA 50.9
Press conferences, 1972
Physical Description: 356'-391', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey endorses George McGovern due to Vietnam War escalation.
VNA 50.10
News, 1972
Physical Description: 392'-516', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: March around Capitol Square for moratorium on work.
VNA 50.11
Speeches, 1972
Physical Description: 517'-546', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man quotes “Joanne” [Joan] Baez on abolishing police.
VNA 51.1
Political announcements, 1960
Note: First section of film is silent, followed by magnetic full coat sound.

Physical Description: 0'-422', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Lyndon Johnson and John Kennedy presidential campaign ads.
VNA 51.2
News, undated
Physical Description: 432'-453', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Ban the bomb rally on State Street.
VNA 51.3
News, undated
Physical Description: 453'-507', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Draft resistance and a riot breaks out on Langdon Street.
VNA 51.4
Speeches, 1961/01
Physical Description: 508'-520', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: John F. Kennedy's inaugural address.
VNA 51.5
News, 1965
Physical Description: 520'-544', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Maurice Zeitlin speaks at a U.S. out of Santo Domingo rally on the State Capitol steps.
VNA 51.6
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 544'-572', optical, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Averill Harriman on the intelligence of college students.
VNA 51.7
Speeches, 1961/01
Physical Description: 573'-607', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: More of John F. Kennedy's inaugural address.
VNA 51.8
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 608'-659', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: “Peace Pilgrim” is walking 25,000 miles for world peace.
VNA 51.9
Candidacy announcements, 1968
Physical Description: 660'-691', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy announces his candidacy for president in Madison, Wisconsin.
VNA 51.10
Press conferences, circa 1973
Physical Description: 693'-942', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Ernest Gruening of Alaska speaking on Karleton Armstrong trial.
VNA 52.1
Speeches/Celebrity visits, undated
Physical Description: 0'-24', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Benjamin Spock speaks out against the war.
VNA 52.2
On-site interviews, 1965
Physical Description: 26'-238', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Vietnamese ambassador speaks about the overthrow of the Diem regime and his future in South Vietnamese politics.
VNA 52.3
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 239'-299', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: William Sloane Coffin talks about the war and the destruction of civilian targets. He wonders why we haven't considered Edward Kennedy for president.
VNA 52.4
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 300'-339', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Lawrence Gruman asks churches to promote discussion of the war.
VNA 52.5
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 340'-382', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Man talks about Vietnam being a bipartisan war.
VNA 52.6
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 383'-459', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: A clergyman on Madison clergy's visit to Vietnam and subsequent meetings with U.S. congressmen.
VNA 52.7
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 460'-524', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles talks about Grant Sawyer's resolution at Governors' Conference to support LBJ's Vietnam policy.
VNA 52.8
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 525'-569', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire comments on the S. Vietnamese voting.
VNA 52.9
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 569'-613', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Warren and Dorothy Knowles on their trip to Vietnam.
VNA 52.10
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 613'-632', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: National VFW commander Andy Borg advocates stepping up the war.
VNA 52.11
Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 633'-649', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Richard Nixon wants to step up the war.
VNA 52.12
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 649'-689', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Military doctor says that military's hands are tied in Vietnam.
VNA 53.1
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 0'-94', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Henry Kissinger on U.S. opposition to the use of revolution in Vietnam.
VNA 53.2
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 95'-197', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Man on why he left “the movement” (i.e., the Left).
VNA 53.3
Meetings, undated
Physical Description: 198'-212', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Conrad Orth, Lionel Beggs, and Harold Froehlich meet VFW Commander Fry.
VNA 53.4
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 213'-280', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Henry Kissinger on changing foreign policy.
VNA 53.5
News, 1964
Physical Description: 281'-368', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Hubert Humphrey arrives in Madison during presidential campaign.
VNA 53.6
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 369'-433', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Henry Kissinger sometimes disagrees with U.S. foreign policy, but calling U.S. leaders criminals is going too far (referring to charges made by anti-war movement).
VNA 53.7
Press conferences, 1968 February
Physical Description: 435'-745', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Wayne Morse on U.S. scuttling of Geneva Accords. Ho Chi Minh was on our side in World War II, he says.
VNA 53.8
News, 1964
Physical Description: 746'-846', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Barry Goldwater visits Madison.
VNA 53.9
News, 1960
Physical Description: 847'-872', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: John F. Kennedy in Madison.
VNA 54.1
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 0'-34', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Interview with wounded soldier back from Vietnam. Morale was good, but demonstrations hurt, he says.
VNA 54.2
Studio interviews, undated
Physical Description: 38'-64', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: VFW Commander Andy Borg acknowledges the right to dissent, but he can't stand to see it.
VNA 54.3
News, undated
Physical Description: 65'-82', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Student Tenant Union sets up a tent city on Capitol lawn.
VNA 54.4
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 84'-129', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: A VFW member believes that laws should be passed restricting demonstration.
VNA 54.5
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 130'-201', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Wayne Morse talks about Eugene McCarthy's refusal to take the hard line in voting against the war.
VNA 54.6
Hearings, undated
Physical Description: 202'-225', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Robert Kastenmeier, along with Rep. Ben Rosenthal, proposes hearings on the Vietnam War to be held in home districts.
VNA 54.7
News, undated
Physical Description: 226'-252', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Committee of Resistance anti-war rally on State St. Also participating, University of Wisconsin chapter of Young Socialist Alliance.
VNA 54.8
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 253'-282', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Charlene Mitchell, Communist party candidate for president, on the lack of difference between Nixon and Humphrey.
VNA 54.9
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 282'-326', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Richard Nixon on Johnson's politics and diplomacy.
VNA 54.10
Studio interviews, undated
Physical Description: 327'-413', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Mark Lane on Lee Harvey Oswald's lack of rights.
VNA 54.11
Studio interviews, undated
Physical Description: 414'-506', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Meyer on his trip to Vietnam to check on conditions in civilian hospitals.
VNA 54.12
Hearings, undated
Physical Description: 508'-544', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Hearing on something that happened July 4, 1966 in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
VNA 54.13
Studio interviews, undated
Physical Description: 544'-608', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Marine general on morale of troops after battle for hill #881 near Khe Sanh.
VNA 54.14
Features (Newsfilm), 1964
Physical Description: 609'-700', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Luci Baines Johnson visits University of Wisconsin.
VNA 54.15
Studio interviews, 1967
Physical Description: 700'-776', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: “Singing Captain” goes to remote areas of Vietnam, playing for troops. He sings “The Proud American.”
VNA 54.16
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 777'-806', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Wayne Morse talks about Dean Rusk's testimony before the Senate.
VNA 55.1
News, undated
Physical Description: 0'-54', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin students hold rally at Library Mall.
VNA 55.2
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 55'-116', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gov. John Reynolds on agricultural production and the need to end the war.
VNA 55.3
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 117'-185', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man says U.S. forces are not in Vietnam for war; they want to help South Vietnamese.
VNA 55.4
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 186'-237', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Returned Peace Corps, AFS, Frontier Interns (of Presbyterian Church) and Teachers for East Africa members have formed a committee opposing the war.
VNA 55.5
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 238'-289', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy is against escalating the war.
VNA 55.6
News, undated
Physical Description: 290'-311', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Protest at Field House during basketball game.
VNA 55.7
News, 1968
Physical Description: 311'-342', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-Humphrey demonstration at Humphrey for President Headquarters. A bystander attacks protesters.
VNA 55.8
News, undated
Physical Description: 342'-374', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Rally in front of the Post Office supporting the Chicago 7.
VNA 55.9
News, undated
Physical Description: 374'-389', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Mifflin St. Block Party.
VNA 55.10
Awards Ceremonies, 1972
Physical Description: 389'-438', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Herman Thomas awarded 1972 Police Officer of the Year by the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce.
VNA 55.11
On-site interviews, 1972
Physical Description: 438'-475', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Vietnamese woman asks the U.S. to stop the war.
VNA 55.12
News, 1972
Physical Description: 475'-530', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: School of Education students sponsor postcard-writing campaign to Nixon.
VNA 55.13
News, 1972
Physical Description: 530'-597', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally at Library Mall to get ROTC and Army Math Research Center off campus. Rally turns into march to Post Office.
VNA 55.14
News, 1974 May
Physical Description: 597'-712', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Memorial Day anti-rally at Capitol and Post Office.
VNA 55.15
News, 1970
Physical Description: 713'-769', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Vandalized Selective Service office.
VNA 55.16
Features (Newsfilm), undated
Physical Description: 769-811', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Memorial Day parade around Capitol Square.
VNA 55.17
Political announcements, undated
Physical Description: 812'-862', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator William Proxmire: Melvin Laird's trip to Vietnam signals peace.
VNA 56.1
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 0'-20', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Wounded Vietnam veterans.
VNA 56.2
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 21'-92', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Edwin Young on recent property destruction; outlines plan for cooperating with Police and Fire Departments.
VNA 56.3
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 93'-117', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man says that broken windows are a symbol of imperialism and violence in America.
VNA 56.4
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 118'-149', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on State Street vandalism.
VNA 56.5
Meetings, undated
Physical Description: 150'-162', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students meeting in crowded auditorium.
VNA 56.6
News, undated
Physical Description: 163'-180', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students walk down Wisconsin Avenue and State Street; demonstration followed by police.
VNA 56.7
News, undated
Physical Description: 181'-223', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Nighttime march down State St. to Bascom Hill.
VNA 56.8
News, undated
Physical Description: 224'-296', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-bombing rallies at Post Office and Library Mall. Betty Boardman appears.
VNA 56.9
News, undated
Physical Description: 296'-371', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Protesters march into First Wisconsin Bank lobby and Anchor Savings and Loan lobby.
VNA 56.10
News, undated
Physical Description: 371'-387', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Effigy burning at Lincoln statue on Bascom Hill.
VNA 56.11
News, undated
Physical Description: 387'-403', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State St. stores vandalized.
VNA 56.12
News, 1971
Physical Description: 403'-456', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Big parade around Capitol. Women's Action Movement and Madison Area Peace Action Council lead parade.
VNA 56.13
Promotional materials, undated
Physical Description: 457'-504', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Army promotional film of a rescue at sea.
VNA 56.14
News, undated
Physical Description: 505'-524', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: March down State St. to Capitol.
VNA 56.15
News, 1972
Physical Description: 525'-569', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Miscellaneous demonstrations.
VNA 56.16
News, 1970 May
Physical Description: 569'-729', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Demonstrations and National Guard occupation of campus after Kent State protester deaths.
VNA 57.1
Promotional materials, 1968
Physical Description: 0'-177', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: U.S. Air Force promotional film of Southeast Asia, 1967. Shows planes flying, dropping bombs and herbicide, performing rescues, taking off and landing.
VNA 57.2
Promotional materials, undated
Physical Description: 177'-467', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: More wartime footage...smiling wounded soldiers, bombing raids, views of bombing taken through gun sights, shots of Khe Sanh, goods shipped to South Vietnamese, etc.
VNA 57.3
Promotional materials, undated
Physical Description: 469'-622', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: More Air Force war footage, including General Westmoreland conferring with troops.
VNA 58.1
Wire service, 1962
Physical Description: 0'-16', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: John and Jacqueline Kennedy greet former President and Mrs. Harry Truman and Margaret Truman at White House.
VNA 58.2
Sports, 1962
Physical Description: 16'-54', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Football, Colorado University vs. University of Oklahoma.
VNA 58.3
Wire service, 1962
Physical Description: 54'-123', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: A look back at Franklin D. Roosevelt and family celebrating inauguration. Alf Landon shown as well.
VNA 58.4
Wire service, 1962
Physical Description: 124'-156', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip welcome King Olav V of Norway.
VNA 58.5
Wire service, 1962
Physical Description: 156'-188', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Japan's crown princess celebrates her birthday.
VNA 58.6
Sports, 1962
Physical Description: 188'-231', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Football, University of Texas vs. University of Arkansas.
VNA 58.7
Wire service/Sports, 1962
Physical Description: 238'-470', magnetic, N/A,N/A 
Scope and Content Note: This footage is full-coat magnetic track sound for VNA 58.1-6.
VNA 58.8
Wire service, undated
Physical Description: 479'-568', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jean Louis, Hollywood film designer, and his new collections. Sandra Dee models.
VNA 58.9
Wire service, undated
Physical Description: 577'-667', magnetic, N/A,N/A 
Scope and Content Note: This footage is full-coat magnetic track sound for VNA 58.8.
VNA 58.10
Sports, 1962
Physical Description: 697'-746', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: UCLA beats University of Michigan in NCAA championship.
VNA 58.11
Sports, 1962
Physical Description: 751'-800', magnetic, N/A,N/A 
Scope and Content Note: This footage is full-coat magnetic track sound for VNA 58.10.
VNA 59.1
News, undated
Physical Description: 0'-44', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Faculty wives demonstrating at Library Mall for peace in Vietnam.
VNA 59.2
News, undated
Physical Description: 48'-69', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Troops board plane.
VNA 59.3
Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 69'-88', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: President Lyndon Johnson speaks to Congress.
VNA 59.4
Candidacy announcements, 1968
Physical Description: 91'-240', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy announces his candidacy for president in Madison, Wisconsin.
VNA 59.5
Wire service, 1963
Physical Description: 241'-302', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wire service footage of “Red China's” support of the Viet Cong. Footage of John Kennedy's funeral also shown.
VNA 59.6
News, undated
Physical Description: 303'-315', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Troops boarding plane.
VNA 59.7
Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 315'-330', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: President Lyndon Johnson addresses Congress.
VNA 59.8
Promotional materials, undated
Physical Description: 330'-375', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: U.S. Army film: rescue at sea.
VNA 59.9
News, undated
Physical Description: 376'-396', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Troops board plane.
VNA 59.10
Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 396'-416', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: President Lyndon Johnson addresses Congress.
VNA 59.11
Press conferences, circa 1960
Physical Description: 417'-444', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: President John F. Kennedy on Vietnam.
VNA 59.12
Political announcements, 1963
Physical Description: 445'-474', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on what kind of president Lyndon Johnson will be.
VNA 59.13
News, undated
Physical Description: 474'-553', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student demonstrations at University of Wisconsin.
VNA 59.14
Wire service, undated
Physical Description: 554'-657', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Footage of Lyndon Johnson, troop movements, and war casualties.
VNA 59.15
Unknown, circa 1975
Physical Description: 657'-739', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fraternite Vietnam (French organization) presents a film on the liberation of Saigon.
VNA 59.16
News, 1964
Physical Description: 739'-758', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Barry Goldwater campaigns for president in Wisconsin.
VNA.59.17
News/Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 759'-781', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Lyndon Johnson speech and Vietnam War scenes.
VNA 60.1
News, circa 1960
Physical Description: 0'-174', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Ken Knutson attempts to publicly burn parking tickets, littering warnings, and IRS forms.
VNA 60.2
Press conferences, 1966
Physical Description: 175'-237', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy on the manner in which the Administration talks about Vietnam War. He urges troop reductions.
VNA 60.3
News, 1963
Physical Description: 238'-316', silent, color, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Abraham Zapruder's footage of John F. Kennedy's assassination.
VNA 60.4
Press conferences, circa 1960
Physical Description: 348'-375', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: U.S. State Dept. spokesman (?) on the invasion of Cambodia.
VNA 60.5
Speeches/News, circa 1960
Physical Description: 376'-448', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Lyndon Johnson and Robert McNamara speak; intercut with scenes of Vietnam War.
VNA 60.6
Meetings, 1965
Physical Description: 448'-499', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: “Truth teams” talk to students and faculty on Vietnam War.
VNA 60.7
News, circa 1960
Physical Description: 501'-575', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: John F. Kennedy campaigning in Wisconsin for the presidency.
VNA 60.8
News, circa 1960
Physical Description: 575'-689', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Ken Knutson sets his IRS check on fire.
VNA 60.9
News, 1963 November
Physical Description: 690'-724', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: John F. Kennedy's funeral procession.
VNA 61.1
Hearings, circa 1960
Physical Description: 0'-264', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Robert Kastenmeier holds public hearings on the Vietnam War.
VNA 61.2
Unknown, circa 1960
Physical Description: 272'-283', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Map of Southeast Asia.
VNA 61.3
News, 1963 November
Physical Description: 284'-299', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: John F. Kennedy's funeral procession.
VNA 61.4
Press conferences, circa 1960
Physical Description: 303'-331', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: John F. Kennedy gives press conference.
VNA 61.5
News, circa 1960
Physical Description: 333'-364', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Disarmament march to Capitol Square.
VNA 61.6
News, 1963 October
Physical Description: 365'-390', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: The first anti-war demonstration at the University of Wisconsin (on Memorial Union steps).
VNA 61.7
Wire service, circa 1960
Physical Description: 391'-423', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Universal Newsreel of planes taking off, missile launchings, battleships, etc.
VNA 61.8
Press conferences, circa 1970
Physical Description: 424'-679', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Ernest Gruening speaks on Karleton Armstrong (?) trial.
VNA 61.9
Press conferences/News, circa 1960
Physical Description: 680'-701', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lyndon Johnson press conference intercut with Vietnam War footage.
VNA 61.10
News, 1964
Physical Description: 702'-783', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Barry Goldwater campaigning in Wisconsin; protesters are also present.
VNA 61.11
Meetings, circa 1960
Physical Description: 785'-820', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “Truth teams” meet with students and faculty.
VNA 61.12
News, circa 1960
Physical Description: 821'-866', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “Arrest” of Truax Field base commander.
VNA 61.13
Political announcements, 1963
Physical Description: 869'-897', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire praises Lyndon Johnson.
VNA 61.14
News, 1965 February
Physical Description: 899'-923', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: March to Capitol Square in wake of bombings in Vietnam.
VNA 61.15
Press conferences, circa 1960
Physical Description: 933'-1002', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Maurice Zeitlin on referendum to stop the war.
VNA 61.16
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 1002'-1036', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Interviews with wounded Vietnam veterans.
VNA 62.1
Hearings, undated
Physical Description: 0'-630', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Congressman Robert Kastenmeier's Vietnam War Hearings. Several speakers testify.
VNA 63.1
News, undated
Physical Description: 0'-172', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “Milwaukee 14” burn bags of draft files on traffic island in Milwaukee. The 14 are arrested.
VNA 63.2
News, undated
Physical Description: 173'-181', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Combat troops in Vietnam.
VNA 63.3
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 181'-510', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Interviews shot by Glenn Silber during Karleton Armstrong's mitigation hearings (material is described as “videotape to kinescope”).
VNA 63.4
News, 1965 February
Physical Description: 510'-561', silent, color, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Bombings of Vietnam. Viet Cong fighting on the ground.
VNA 63.5
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 561'-592', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: President John F. Kennedy.
VNA 63.6
News, undated
Physical Description: 592'-635', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Vietnam combat. Soldiers piling bodies.
VNA 64.1
News, 1965
Physical Description: 0'-13', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Demonstration at Library Mall after February bombings.
VNA 64.2
News, 1967
Physical Description: 14'-59', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student protest march to Engineering Building and Camp Randall; protesting military interviews.
VNA 64.3
Speeches, circa 1970
Physical Description: 60'-104', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Edward Kennedy arrives in Madison and gives speech on behalf of Patrick Lucey's campaign for governor. He confronts a heckler during speech.
VNA 64.4
Meetings, undated
Physical Description: 105'-138', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Faculty meeting in response to student draft sit-in.
VNA 64.5
Meetings/News, undated
Physical Description: 139'-193', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Student Association meeting on draft sit-in and draft card burning at Library Mall.
VNA 64.6
News, 1966
Physical Description: 193'-256' silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Sit-in by students at the A.W. Peterson Administration Building to protest the draft.
VNA 64.7
Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 257'-403', silent, color, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Los Angeles district attorney speech.
VNA 64.8
News, undated
Physical Description: 403'-426', silent, color, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-Vietnam War protest in Berlin, Germany.
VNA 64.9
News, undated
Physical Description: 426'-441', silent, color, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Black Panther solidarity and anti-war rally.
VNA 64.10
Unknown, undated
Physical Description: 441'-553' silent, color, negative 
Scope and Content Note: From documentary, “To Our Common Good.” Scenes from Vietnam War.
VNA 64.11
News, 1968
Physical Description: 553'-598', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: American and Vietnamese soldiers fight during Tet Offensive.
VNA 64.12
News, undated
Physical Description: 599'-085', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Funeral for unknown American soldier.
VNA 64.13
News, undated
Physical Description: 686'-704', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: View from bomb bay during aerial bombings of Vietnam.
VNA 65.1
Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 0'-33', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Gaylord Nelson on destruction U.S. troops have caused in South Vietnam.
VNA 65.2
Speeches, circa 1971
Physical Description: 33'-84', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-war rally at State Capitol. Speaker on Vietnamization.
VNA 65.3
News, circa 1971
Physical Description: 85'-91', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Demonstration at IBM Building. Banner reads: “For the love of life--end war.”
VNA 65.4
Promotional materials, undated
Physical Description: 91'-129', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bombing runs over Vietnam. Film produced by United States Air Force.
VNA 65.5
News, circa 1971
Physical Description: 129'-176', silent and magnetic, color, pos 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-war rally at Capitol on Memorial Day.
VNA 65.6
News, undated
Physical Description: 176'-194', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-war rally on Library Mall.
VNA 65.7
Features (Newsfilm), undated
Physical Description: 194'-242', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: People buying food at Mifflin Street Co-op.
VNA 65.8
News, undated
Physical Description: 242'-300', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Memorial Day wreath laying ceremonies at cemetery.
VNA 65.9
News, undated
Physical Description: 300'-319', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-war Memorial Day march around Capitol Square.
VNA 65.10
News, undated
Physical Description: 319'-348', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “Free Karl (Karleton Armstrong) Now” rally at State Capitol.
VNA 65.11
News, undated
Physical Description: 349'-399', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally and march down Bascom Hill to University Avenue.
VNA 65.12
News, undated
Physical Description: 400'-418', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Demonstration at Capitol to mourn 37,812 American soldiers killed.
VNA 65.13
News, undated
Physical Description: 418'-445', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally at Library Mall. March down State Street.
VNA 65.14
News, undated
Physical Description: 445'-458', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Candlelight march.
VNA 65.15
News, undated
Physical Description: 458'-479', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student demonstration on Bascom Hill tear gassed by police.
VNA 65.16
Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 479'-721', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Senator Fred Risser on bill to establish Wisconsin state policy against the war.
VNA 65.17
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 722'-794', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student on positive response to Madison Tenant Union. Tenants and small homeowners have a common issue in property tax, he says.
VNA 65.18
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 797'-856', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Area Peace Action Council (MAPAC), a coalition of 40 anti-war groups. Priest reads coalition demands: withdrawal of all troops from Vietnam and self determination for South Vietnam.
VNA 66.1
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 0'-53', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on city budget, input of Madison citizens in process, and planning a taxpayers committee.
VNA 66.2
News, undated
Physical Description: 54'-108', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Center vandalized with red paint.
VNA 66.3
News, undated
Physical Description: 109'-136', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Building construction.
VNA 66.4
Press conferences, circa 1967
Physical Description: 137'-170', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Melvin Laird speaks about bombing in North Vietnam and credibility of Johnson administration.
VNA 66.5
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 179'-219', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke cites University of Wisconsin President Fred Harvey Harrington and Chancellor Edwin Young in banning party gathering at Mifflin and Bassett Streets.
VNA 66.6
Press conferences, circa 1968
Physical Description: 220'-279', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Melvin Laird promotes Nelson Rockefeller as best answer to President Johnson unless Richard Nixon's primary campaign picks up steam.
VNA 66.7
Meetings, circa 1967
Physical Description: 280'-316', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Regents. Students are gathered on the floor.
VNA 66.8
Press conferences, circa 1967
Physical Description: 317'-408', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Red Cross unsuccessful in freeing prisoners, but it does set up package delivery to people in the service.
VNA 66.9
Meetings, circa 1967
Physical Description: 409'-504', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. Fagan on “hippies” vs. “activists” as parts of the youth revolt.
VNA 66.10
Speeches/News, 1968
Physical Description: 505'-592', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy speaks at University of Wisconsin Field House. Patrick Lucey meets him at Dane County Airport.
VNA 66.11
Press conferences, circa 1968
Physical Description: 593'-680', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Communist Party candidate for president on George Wallace's racism, black militancy, and women's traditional role as budget-keepers.
VNA 67.1
Hearings, undated
Physical Description: 0'-14', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Regent Kenneth Greenquist testifies to committee on replacement of University staff.
VNA 67.2
News, undated
Physical Description: 14'-34', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Milk tanker truck arrives. Farmers gather around tanker truck. (Milk strike?)
VNA 67.3
News, undated
Physical Description: 34'-40', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: News report on deaths of nine high school students from Juda, Wisconsin.
VNA 67.4
Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 40'-83', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Hubert Humphrey on Gaylord Nelson's commitment to the environment. Speech in Clear Lake, Wisconsin (Nelson's home town).
VNA 67.5
Speeches, circa 1968
Physical Description: 83'-106', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Richard Nixon on his 1968 presidential candidacy and the importance of proving himself in primary contests.
VNA 67.6
News, undated
Physical Description: 106'-114', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Milk or other liquid running out of truck onto ground (milk dumping protest?).
VNA 67.7
Awards ceremonies, undated
Physical Description: 114'-120', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Man signing Bucky Badger award.
VNA 67.8
News, undated
Physical Description: 120'-138', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: News report on deaths of high school seniors from Juda, Wisconsin. Students were on a school trip to New Orleans.
VNA 67.9
News, undated
Physical Description: 138'-152', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Storm damage in Wautoma, Wisconsin.
VNA 67.10
Speeches, circa 1968
Physical Description: 153'-223', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Eugene McCarthy at Dane County Coliseum talks about preparing for Wisconsin primary.
VNA 67.11
Speeches, circa 1968
Physical Description: 224'-263', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Richard Nixon campaigning at Wisconsin State University at Stevens Point answers questions on Vietnam War.
VNA 67.12
Press conferences, circa 1968
Physical Description: 263'-316', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Representative Gerald Ford (R-Mich) on the 1st ballot selection of Nixon at Republican convention in Miami Beach.
VNA 67.13
News, 1969
Physical Description: 316'-324', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police march up Bascom Hill during Black Strike at University of Wisconsin.
VNA 67.14
News, circa 1968
Physical Description: 324'-329', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Richard Nixon shaking hands at airport.
VNA 67.15
News, 1972
Physical Description: 330'-338', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students march up State Street chanting “Ho Chi Minh is gonna win.”
VNA 67.16
News, 1969
Physical Description: 338'-380', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black Strike. Students confront police.
VNA 67.17
News, 1970 May
Physical Description: 380'-389', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: On Memorial Union Terrace, students mourn after deaths at Kent State.
VNA 67.18
News, 1970 May
Physical Description: 389'-394', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Tear gas disperses demonstrators on Bascom Hill.
VNA 67.19
News, 1965 February
Physical Description: 395'-407', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Demonstration at Library Mall. March down State Street to State Capitol.
VNA 67.20
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 408'-436', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: President John Kennedy press conference.
VNA 67.21
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 437'-445', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: President Lyndon Johnson press conference.
VNA 67.22
Promotional materials, undated
Physical Description: 445'-519', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: U.S. Army produced film on evacuating injured soldiers from Vietnam.
VNA 67.23
On-site interviews, circa 1968
Physical Description: 519'-555', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Finman, Eugene McCarthy supporters in Madison, on McCarthy vote going to support George Wallace.
VNA 67.24
News, 1965 February
Physical Description: 556'-573', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-war demonstration at State Capitol.
VNA 67.25
News, circa 1956
Physical Description: 573'-591', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Anti-war demonstration at Library Mall and march up State Street.
VNA 67.26
News, 1956
Physical Description: 591'-602', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Demonstration at Badger Army Ammunition Plant in Baraboo, Wisconsin.
VNA 67.27
Speeches, circa 1968
Physical Description: 603'-619', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy is introduced and speaks.
VNA 67.28
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 620'-651', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy on his run as an independent for president.
VNA 67.29
Hearings, circa 1956
Physical Description: 653'-723', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Robert Kastenmeier and Congressman Ben Rosenthal hold hearings on withdrawal from Vietnam.
VNA 67.30
Hearings, circa 1956
Physical Description: 729'-741', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Robert Kastenmeier and Congressman Ben Rosenthal hold public hearings on Vietnam situation.
VNA 68.1
News, undated
Physical Description: 0'-13, silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Army helicopters prepare to take off.
VNA 68.2
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 13'-47', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Clergy against war referendum. Clergy discuss letting Asians settle war for themselves.
VNA 68.3
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 47'-70', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Three wounded vets asked if they would go back to Vietnam. They all answer yes.
VNA 68.4
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 70'-209', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Dick Gregory running for president. His position is as a statesman, not a politician.
VNA 68.5
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 209'-305', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Charlene Mitchell, American Communist Party, on how socialism must be based on democratic traditions.
VNA 68.6
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 305'-508', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Chancellor Edwin Young on student activism, responsibilities of chancellor, and faculty-student committees.
VNA 69.1
Speeches/News, circa 1968
Physical Description: 0',-62', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy for President rally at Dane County Coliseum.
VNA 69.2
News, 1967
Physical Description: 63'-79', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Violent student demonstrations protesting Dow Chemical Company interviews on University of Wisconsin campus.
VNA 69.3
Hearings, 1967
Physical Description: 79'-638', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Police Chief Wilbur Emery on University of Wisconsin security problems and the dispersal of students occupying Commerce Building during Dow demonstration.
VNA 69.4
On-site interviews, 1969 April
Physical Description: 639'-709', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: U.S. Senator Wayne Morse (D-Ore) on Nixon's lack of movement to get out of Vietnam.
VNA 70.1
News, circa 1967
Physical Description: 0'-199', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Women for Peace march to State Capitol and Selective Service office. Man burns draft card.
VNA 70.2
News, 1967
Physical Description: 200'-415', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Violent anti-Dow demonstration at Commerce Building.
VNA 70.3
Speeches, circa 1967
Physical Description: 415'-461', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Hubert Humphrey on problems of withdrawal from Vietnam. Protesters do not offer alternatives, he says.
VNA 70.4
Press conferences, circa 1967
Physical Description: 461'-505', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy on his longtime opposition to war.
VNA 70.5
Press conferences, circa 1967
Physical Description: 506'-600', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Benjamin Spock on immorality of war. War is not winnable. U.S. has put itself into opposition with the world, he says.
VNA 70.6
News/Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 600'-644', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Crowd milling about watching man chant and play finger bells. Same man later giving speech in auditorium.
VNA 71.1
Hearings, circa 1967
Physical Description: 0'-618', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Regent Kenneth Greenquist testifies on problems with striking professors and TA's on campus. Governor Warren Knowles attends a University of Wisconsin Board of Regents meeting.
VNA 72.1
Hearings, 1967
Physical Description: 0'-1085', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Disciplinary hearings and press conferences on University of Wisconsin Dow demonstrations. Defendants, including Robert Cohen, walk out of courtroom to protest Chancellor Edwin Young's private meeting with prosecutors. Judge James Doyle to preside over hearings. Robert Cohen, former law school student, is interviewed.
VNA 73.1
Hearings, 1967
Physical Description: 0'-1181', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Testimony before Senate committee formed to investigate Dow riots. UW President Fred Harvey Harrington speaks on preventing another Dow riot. He discusses freedom of speech vs. unlawful assembly. Harrington outlines the roles of the Board of Regents and those of the chancellor and president. Harrington also discusses CIA recruitment on campus.
VNA 74.1
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 0'-40', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Paul Soglin contends that there is a right-wing group at the base of the anti-bombing backlash.
VNA 74.2
News/Speeches, 1967
Physical Description: 41'-56', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Huge rally after Dow riot. Paul Soglin is one of the speakers.
VNA 74.3
News, 1972 December 13
Physical Description: 57'-72', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Workman repairs Common Council chamber.
VNA 74.4
Press conferences, 1972 March 18
Physical Description: 72'-100', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on Madison Common Council application for U.S. Department of Transportation funding.
VNA 74.5
On-site interviews, 1972 December 25
Physical Description: 101'-139', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Otto Festge on Dane County Planning Commission considering zoning changes.
VNA 74.6
On-site interviews, 1972 December 11
Physical Description: 139'-172', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Atty. Gen. Robert Warren on nude bar rulings.
VNA 74.7
Press conferences, 1972 December 20
Physical Description: 173'-225', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: David Stewart, candidate for Madison mayor, on need for public transit and downtown renewal.
VNA 74.8
On-site interviews, 1973 March 18
Physical Description: 226'-246', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on Smile Program for the elderly.
VNA 74.9
Press conferences, 1972 December 5
Physical Description: 247'-348', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mike Birkley, Madison mayoral candidate, on taxes, downtown renewal, Civic Center, public transportation, etc.
VNA 74.10
Press conferences, and
Physical Description: 349'-438', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Paul Soglin on heroin usage in the city. Outlines educational program to deal with drugs. Discusses bus system and the need for inter-neighborhood bus routes.
VNA 74.11
Press conferences, and
Physical Description: 438'-472', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Paul Soglin on what Madison will be like if he is not elected mayor.
VNA 74.12
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 472'-497', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Alderman on appointments to city government.
VNA 74.13
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 497'-535', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Paul Soglin on state/city relations.
VNA 74.14
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 536'-605', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Paul Soglin on appointing a diverse group of people to city office.
VNA 74.15
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 606'-689', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Paul Soglin on Mifflin and Bassett Streets anti-block party ordinance.
VNA 74.16
News/Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 690'-731', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Paul Soglin and city officials sworn in; Soglin fields questions.
VNA 74.17
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 731'-786', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Candidate for mayor Paul Soglin won't allow his opponent to set the terms of debate. He admits conservatives won't vote for him.
VNA 74.18
News, 1969
Physical Description: 787'-828', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Alderman Paul Soglin upset about being cut off on debate over Mifflin Street Block Party through a parliamentary procedure.
VNA 74.19
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 833'-856', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Paul Soglin on community mistrust of police.
VNA 74.20
News/Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 857'-892', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Paul Soglin speaking at Library Mall on the State Street mall boycott.
VNA 74.21
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 892'-945', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Paul Soglin on methane powered cars.
VNA 75.1
Studio interviews, undated
Physical Description: 0'-71', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. Hamilton reports on civil rights march in Washington, D.C.
VNA 75.2
Studio interviews, undated
Physical Description: 71'-108', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Clergyman on slow moral reaction of the Church. Church lags behind secular organizations in terms of segregation, he says.
VNA 75.3
News, undated
Physical Description: 108'-159', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: People leaving to attend march in Washington, D.C. Sign reads “Civil Rights: 150 years overdue.”
VNA 75.4
Studio interviews, undated
Physical Description: 159'-211', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: City Council member on hearing to discuss new Madison open housing bill.
VNA 75.5
Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 212'-242', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin spokesman on death of civil rights leader, probably Martin Luther King.
VNA 75.6
Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 243'-628', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Man from Alabama speaks at Freedom Now! rally on rights for blacks and the oppression he has faced.
VNA 75.7
Wire service, undated
Physical Description: 629'-718', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Freedom rider is interviewed in hospital after getting beaten by policeman in Montgomery, Alabama.
VNA 75.8
Wire service, undated
Physical Description: 718'-766', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Freedom Rider entering and being ejected from white waiting room/restaurant in an Alabama bus station.
VNA 75.9
News, undated
Physical Description: 766'-812', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Pickets at Sears in Madison protesting segregation at Sears and calling for a boycott.
VNA 76.1
News, undated
Physical Description: 0'-43', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Pickets protest Jim Crow laws as they march in front of the State Capitol.
VNA 76.2
News, undated
Physical Description: 44'-70', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Civil rights pickets at Union Bus Station and the Court House in Madison.
VNA 76.3
News, undated
Physical Description: 71'-115', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: “March on Madison” civil rights march.
VNA 76.4
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 116'-169', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Jackie Robinson on rioting St. Louis and San Francisco. He defines black power as voting power.
VNA 76.5
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 170'-224', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin freedom rider on going to Selma, Alabama.
VNA 76.6
News, undated
Physical Description: 224'-326', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Buses prepare to leave for Washington, D.C. for civil rights march.
VNA 76.7
Wire service, 1964
Physical Description: 327'-416', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: UPI piece on hospitalized freedom rider in Selma, Alabama.
VNA 76.8
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 417'-488', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Professor on Northern hypocrisy in race relations angering the South.
VNA 76.9
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 489'-520', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Reverend James Bevel becomes involved in ending the Vietnam War in order to concentrate on ending poverty, exploitation, etc., in America.
VNA 76.10
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 521'-583', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Black Power defined as the American Dream.
VNA 76.11
News, undated
Physical Description: 588'-613', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) stages protest for school integration.
VNA 76.12
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 614'-657', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Black leader on Father Groppi's attitude helping race relations. Says his death would touch off riots in the black community; Robert Kennedy's death did not.
VNA 76.13
News, undated
Physical Description: 662'-748', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Summary of civil rights action: march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama; integrating W.T. Grant Co. lunch counter; Fisk University; interviews with counter help; sit-down protester roughed up.
VNA 77.1
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 0'-102', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Father James Groppi on Milwaukee NAACP Youth Council demonstrations.
VNA 77.2
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 105'-183', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Father James Groppi on the need for Milwaukee Mayor Henry Maier to support a fair housing ordinance.
VNA 77.3
Press conferences, undated
Physical Description: 193'-234', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Father James Groppi on the failure of non-violence among Milwaukee blacks. He calls someone an “Uncle Tom.”
VNA 77.4
News, undated
Physical Description: 237'-269', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: National Guard patrols State Capitol.
VNA 77.5
On-site interviews, undated
Physical Description: 272'-312', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Leader of school boycott of Milwaukee Public Schools talks about its success.
VNA 77.6
News, undated
Physical Description: 312'-401', magnetic, color 
Scope and Content Note: Protesters stage welfare rights sit-in at State Capitol. Father James Groppi speaks; crowd shouts down state legislator and sings “We Shall Overcome.”
VNA 77.7
News, undated
Physical Description: 401'-486', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Welfare rights protest lead by Father James Groppi at Executive Residence.
VNA 77.8
Wire service, 1964
Physical Description: 487'-527', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Newsreel footage of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Selma, Alabama march.
VNA 77.9
News, undated
Physical Description: 528'-544', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Welfare rights rally on State Capitol steps.
VNA 77.10
News, undated
Physical Description: 547'-653', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: People protesting on State Capitol steps; National Guard present; Father James Groppi speaks.
VNA 77.11
News, undated
Physical Description: 657'-684', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: March in downtown Madison.
VNA 77.12
News/Speeches, undated
Physical Description: 696'-731', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Welfare rights demonstrators occupy State Capitol; Father James Groppi speaks and leads nighttime march.
VNA 77.13
News, undated
Physical Description: 731'-751', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: March in downtown Madison to State Capitol culminates in stand-off between protesters and police.
VNA 77.14
News, undated
Physical Description: 752'-772', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Father James Groppi led out of University Catholic Center.
VNA 77.15
News, undated
Physical Description: 778'-802', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally in cars around Capitol Square.
VNA 77.16
News, undated
Physical Description: 806'-821', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Father James Groppi leads nighttime march at State Capitol.
VNA 78.1
News, circa 1971
Physical Description: 0'-226', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Aerial views of river flooding. Patrick Lucey talks to volunteers stacking sandbags.
VNA 78.2
Press conferences, circa 1971
Physical Description: 226'-289', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey contrasts revenue sharing in Wisconsin to President Nixon's national revenue sharing plan.
VNA 78.3
Speeches, circa 1971
Physical Description: 290'-369', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey speaks on consolidation of University of Wisconsin and State University systems.
VNA 78.4
Press conferences, circa 1971
Physical Description: 370'-604', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey appoints John M. Lavine and Bertram N. McNamara to Wisconsin State Universities Board of Regents.
VNA 78.5
Speeches, circa 1971
Physical Description: 608'-767', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey speaks on the need for environmental conservation.
VNA 78.6
Features (Newsfilm), circa 1971
Physical Description: 768'-902', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Religious(?) service attended by Patrick Lucey in State Capitol.
Series: WISC Television Newsfilm
WISC 200.1
On-site interviews, 1968 October 2
Physical Description: 0'-40', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: District Attorney James Boll on part his office plays in the prosecution of drug cases.
WISC 200.2
On-site interviews, 1968 October 2
Physical Description: 42'-110', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Doctor on how parents should teach their children about drugs. He also speaks on likelihood of marijuana being legalized.
WISC 200.3
Sports, 1968 October 13
Physical Description: 112'-157', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin vs. Utah State football game.
WISC 200.4
On-site interviews, 1968 October 17
Physical Description: 158'-187', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Civil defense directors on upcoming disaster simulation.
WISC 200.5
On-site interviews, 1968 October 18
Physical Description: 188'-228', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Charles H. Percy of Illinois on the Nixon presidential campaign. He predicts Nixon will win.
WISC 200.6
Awards ceremonies, 1968 October 19
Physical Description: 229'-276', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles giving awards at Executive Residence.
WISC 200.7
On-site interviews, 1968 October 18
Physical Description: 279'-322', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerris Leonard gives his position on presidential debates. He feels debates should be not be “three-sided”; they should not include George Wallace.
WISC 200.8
Press conferences, 1968 October 21
Physical Description: 324'-379', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor Otto Festge on his submission of 1969 city budget. He calls budget an “extremely tight” one.
WISC 200.9
Press conferences, 1968 October 22
Physical Description: 381'-418', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dick Gregory speculating on an Illinois presidential primary win by George Wallace and on corruptness of American system.
WISC 200.10
Press conferences, 1968 October 22
Physical Description: 422'-478', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor Otto Festge on proposals for added city revenues including city vehicle registration fees and motel/hotel room taxes.
WISC 200.11
Press conferences, 1968 October 25
Physical Description: 479'-545', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: John Gronouski, spokesman for Hubert Humphrey's campaign, on how Humphrey would push hard for peace in Vietnam.
WISC 200.12
Traffic accident reports, 1968 October 29
Physical Description: 546'-578', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Beltline accident.
WISC 200.13
Press conferences, 1968 October
Physical Description: 579'-641', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin professor; winner of a Nobel Prize for his work at the Institute for Enzyme Research, thanks University administration for their support of his research.
WISC 200.14
Studio interviews, 1968 October
Physical Description: 641'-693', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lt. Governor Jack Olson defends the Wisconsin trade delegation to Europe after Bronson La Follette's charges of wastefulness.
WISC 200.15
Public announcements, 1968 October
Physical Description: 695'-746', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor Otto Festge announces the signing of city contracts with the police union.
WISC 200.16
On-site interviews, 1968 October
Physical Description: 747'-803', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fire fighter Ed Durkin on continuing negotiations with city for fire fighters contracts. He feels strike vote could be authorized.
WISC 200.17
Press conferences/News, 1968 October
Physical Description: 805'-875', silent and magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Charles Percy campaigns for Murray for Congress. Percy comments on George Wallace's campaign and his administration in Alabama.
WISC 201.1
On-site interviews, 1968 October
Physical Description: 0'-55', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: District Attorney James Boll on obscenity charges against nude production of Peter Pan.
WISC 201.2
On-site interviews, 1969 October 4
Physical Description: 57'-97', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Woman on VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) program.
WISC 201.3
Press conferences, 1968 October 12
Physical Description: 99'-195', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bronson La Follette on lifting prohibition on write-in votes in presidential primary.
WISC 201.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 October 8
Physical Description: 197'-256', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Cooking demonstration at Dane County Coliseum.
WISC 201.5
News/Speeches, 1968 October 21
Physical Description: 257'-411', silent and magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Eugene McCarthy campaigns for Robert Kastenmeier. Robert Kastenmeier introduces McCarthy.
WISC 201.6
Public announcements, 1968 October 21
Physical Description: 413'-484', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor Otto Festge defends his proposed city budget, saying it is balanced.
WISC 201.7
On-site interviews, 1968 October 31
Physical Description: 486'-521', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Fire fighter Ed Durkin on labor dispute with city of Madison. Durkin contends fire fighter pay should be equal to that of police officers.
WISC 201.8
Openings/Features (Newsfilm), 1968 October 31
Physical Description: 522'-612', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Opening section of Interstate 94 in Central Wisconsin. Governor Warren Knowles attends.
WISC 201.9
News, 1968 October
Physical Description: 613'-666', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Outdoor Republican political rally. Warren Knowles, Robert Warren, and James Boll attend.
WISC 201.10
Press conferences, 1968 October
Physical Description: 667'-703', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dick Gregory (running for president) on his presidential ticket. He is running a write-in campaign for president.
WISC 201.11
Features (Newsfilm)/Openings, 1968 October 31
Physical Description: 705'-786', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles opens section of Interstate 94.
WISC 201.12
Press conferences, 1968 October 12
Physical Description: 787'-829', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bronson La Follette announcing that write-in votes will now be tabulated in Wisconsin elections.
WISC 201.13
Press conferences, 1968 October
Physical Description: 831'-910', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: John Gronouski on why he left his post as ambassador to Poland and became Hubert Humphrey's campaign manager.
WISC 201.14
On-site interviews, 1968 October 4
Physical Description: 911'-956', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: VISTA volunteer on his work rehabilitating young boys.
WISC 201.15
Celebrity visits, 1968 October 20
Physical Description: 957'-1019', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Danny Kaye visits Madison.
WISC 202.1
Sports, 1968 October 6
Physical Description: 0'-95', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin vs. Michigan State football game.
WISC 202.2
Press conferences, 1968 October 15
Physical Description: 97'-150', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Attorney General Bronson La Follette criticizing State trade mission to Europe. He cites mission's failure to achieve sales goals.
WISC 202.3
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 October 15
Physical Description: 151'-211', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Animals unloaded from Ringling Bros. circus train and walked across John Nolen Drive causeway to Dane County Coliseum.
WISC 202.4
Groundbreakings, 1968 October 16
Physical Description: 213'-259', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Hebron Hall cornerstone laying.
WISC 202.5
Political announcements, 1968 October 16
Physical Description: 261'-300', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lt. Gov. Jack Olson responds to Bronson La Follette's charges of wastefulness during the Wisconsin trade mission to Europe.
WISC 202.6
Openings, 1968 October 31
Physical Description: 302'-341', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles dedicates globe outside Dane County Coliseum.
WISC 202.7
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 October
Physical Description: 342'-429', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wick Building System. Interior of plant showing pre-fabricated homes being constructed.
WISC 202.8
Press conferences, 1968 October
Physical Description: 430'-474', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Spokesman announces labor agreement reached between the City of Madison and the Madison Professional Policemen's Association; people are shown signing the agreement.
WISC 202.9
Press conferences, 1968 October
Physical Description: 476'-512', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Woman (Communist running for office?) on communists working for change in the U.S., not for the violent overthrow of the country.
WISC 202.10
Press conferences, 1968 October
Physical Description: 513'-594', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Nobel Prize winner from the University of Wisconsin Enzyme Research Institute on how his work built on the work of others.
WISC 202.11
Press conferences, 1968 October
Physical Description: 596'-620', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Presidential candidate Dick Gregory on suits he has in progress to get write-in candidates accepted in certain states, including Wisconsin.
WISC 300.1
Press conferences, 1968 May 28
Physical Description: 0'-148', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Participants in Poor People's March on Washington speak on their experiences.
WISC 300.2
News, 1968 September 6
Physical Description: 149'-173', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin--Baraboo Campus nearing completion.
WISC 300.3
Traffic accident reports, 1968
Physical Description: 173'-222', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Car-train collision.
WISC 300.4
Sports, 1967 October 8
Physical Description: 223'-344', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions in football.
WISC 300.5
News, 1968 December 18
Physical Description: 345'-399', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Apartment building fire; Red Cross helping residents.
WISC 300.6
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 December 18
Physical Description: 400'-459', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Christmas tree in Capitol rotunda; choir singing.
WISC 300.7
News, 1968
Physical Description: 461'-498', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Supreme Court chambers. Chief Justice E. Harold Hallows and Justice Robert W. Hanson are sworn in.
WISC 300.8
Meetings, 1968
Physical Description: 499'-547', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Common Council.
WISC 300.9
Graduation ceremonies, 1968
Physical Description: 548'-597', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Edgewood College.
WISC 300.10
House fires, 1968
Physical Description: 598'-655', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Evergreen and Sommers Avenue.
WISC 300.11
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 656'-749', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Playboy bunny (Playboy Club at Lake Geneva?). Woman seems to be interviewing for position.
WISC 300.12
Speeches, 1968
Physical Description: 750'-826', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles addresses State Legislature on education, highway safety, and constitutional reform.
WISC 300.13
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 827'-873', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles on Wisconsin presidential primary.
WISC 300.14
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 874'-921', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Christmas celebration for migrant workers' children.
WISC 300.15
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 921'-951', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rodeo promotion; man on horseback in bar.
WISC 300.16
Political announcements, 1968
Physical Description: 952'-982', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Robert Kastenmeier announces passage of Wild Rivers Bill.
WISC 300.17
Studio interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 983'-1085', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Keith A. Hinsman on “Wonderful Wisconsin Week,” a tourism promotion.
WISC 300.18
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 1086'-1131', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Mrs. Eikenberry on special Dane County census.
WISC 300.19
On-site interviews/Sports, 1968
Physical Description: 1132'-1222', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin football player on Wisconsin football.
WISC 301.1
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 0'-81', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rodeo rehearsal at Dane County Coliseum.
WISC 301.2
Meetings, 1968
Physical Description: 82'-117', silent, black and white, positive 
WISC 301.3
Openings, 1968
Physical Description: 118'-180', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles at opening of University of Wisconsin--Richland Center campus.
WISC 301.4
Openings, 1968
Physical Description: 180'-236', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Otto Festge opens John Nolen Drive Causeway.
WISC 301.5
Candidacy announcements, 1968
Physical Description: 236'-272', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bronson La Follette announces his candidacy for governor of Wisconsin.
WISC 301.6
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 273'-324', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles on Jerris Leonard's candidacy for U.S. Senate.
WISC 301.7
News, 1968
Physical Description: 325'-395', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Presidential candidate George Romney campaigning in Madison.
WISC 301.8
On-site interviews, 1968 May 30
Physical Description: 397'-444', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police Chief Wilbur Emery on increase of campus violence.
WISC 301.9
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 445'-497', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Parade on Capitol Square.
WISC 301.10
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 499'-578', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on public hearings regarding legislative ethics.
WISC 301.11
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 579'-621', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bronson La Follette on legislative code of ethics.
WISC 301.12
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 621'-698', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Holiday on Ice rehearsals at Dane County Coliseum.
WISC 301.13
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 699'-761', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Speed boats on display.
WISC 301.14
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 762'-811', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State chairman of Wisconsin Students for Rockefeller on presidential campaigning.
WISC 301.15
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 811'-912', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Dells tourist attractions.
WISC 301.16
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 912'-984', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man comments on his libel suit against Bronson La Follette (claims he was forced out of a civil service position).
WISC 302.1
Banquets/Promotional materials, 1968 April 3
Physical Description: 0'-33', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles and Alice in Dairyland at June Is Dairy Month kick-off banquet.
WISC 302.2
House fires, 1968 April 7
Physical Description: 35'-68', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bram Street.
WISC 302.3
Groundbreakings, 1968 May 28
Physical Description: 69'-89', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Airport groundbreaking.
WISC 302.4
News, 1968 June 3
Physical Description: 90'-124', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Nelson Rockefeller arrives in Madison for presidential campaign tour.
WISC 302.5
On-site interviews/Openings, 1968 June 4
Physical Description: 125'-267', silent and magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: West side YMCA opens. Jesse Owens, guest at the opening, is interviewed on impact West YMCA will have on community.
WISC 302.6
Studio interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 268'-291', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on Wisconsin promotional “We like it here” campaign.
WISC 302.7
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 292'-324', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gaylord Nelson on outcome of conference held on Great Lakes pollution.
WISC 302.8
Political announcements, 1968
Physical Description: 325'-349', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gaylord Nelson on malnutrition in U.S. He announces study to look at problem.
WISC 302.9
Political announcements, 1968
Physical Description: 350'-387', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gaylord Nelson on Congress's approval of National Scenic and Wild River System. Shots of St. Croix, Namekagon and Wolf Rivers shown.
WISC 302.10
Celebrity visits, 1968
Physical Description: 388'-443', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Andy Williams visits Madison.
WISC 302.11
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 444'-542', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Census forms arriving at Post Office.
WISC 302.12
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 544'-581', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Parade in New Glarus (?)
WISC 302.13
News, 1968
Physical Description: 582'-799', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Monroe, Wisconsin tornado aftermath: damaged buildings, houses, utility repairs.
WISC 302.14
Sports, 1968
Physical Description: 800'-898', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin vs. Indiana in football.
WISC 302.15
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 900'-996', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Capitol rotunda repairs.
WISC 302.16
Sports/Studio interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 998'-1092', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: New Green Bay Packers head coach Phil Bengston on upcoming season.
WISC 302.17
Press conferences/Sports, 1968
Physical Description: 1094'-1139', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Vince Lombardi, General Manager of Green Bay Packers, on late opening of Packers training camp.
WISC 302.18
Press conferences/Sports, 1968
Physical Description: 1140'-1381', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Vince Lombardi on football training, televised games, the new extra point rule, rookies, etc.
WISC 302.19
Features (Newsfilm)/Openings, 1968
Physical Description: 1383'-1447', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Historical Society Museum (in basement) opens.
WISC 302.20
News, 1968
Physical Description: 1448'-1523', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Fire at Madison Gas and Electric offices.
WISC 303.1
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 June 30
Physical Description: 0'-17', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dog show at Dane County Coliseum.
WISC 303.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 June 30
Physical Description: 19'-70', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Soap box derby racing.
WISC 303.3
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 July 3
Physical Description: 71'-117', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison summer scenes: people at the beach, picnicking, canoeing, Vilas Park.
WISC 303.4
On-site interviews, 1968 July 6
Physical Description: 118'-151', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Congressman Vernon W. Thomson on gun control: the matter needs “further study.”
WISC 303.5
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 July 6
Physical Description: 152'-188', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Naval Reserves dress inspection.
WISC 303.6
Celebrity visits, 1968
Physical Description: 189'-218', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Roy Rogers and Dale Evans visit Madison.
WISC 303.7
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 219'-258', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Mapleside Home exterior.
WISC 303.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 May 13
Physical Description: 259'-305', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Girls' pony tail contest.
WISC 303.9
News, 1968
Physical Description: 306'-362', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: John Lindsay, campaigning for Nelson Rockefeller, arrives in Madison.
WISC 303.10
Sports, 1968
Physical Description: 363'-434', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin vs. Ohio State basketball game.
WISC 303.11
Openings/Features (Newsfilm), 1968 July 12
Physical Description: 435'-476', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Julie Nixon Eisenhower and Tricia Nixon dedicate a covered bridge.
WISC 303.12
On-site interviews/News, 1968
Physical Description: 478'-508', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police official asking public to come forward with any information they may have on rape that occurred near Sterling Hall.
WISC 303.13
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 May 13
Physical Description: 509'-554', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles bringing in fishing catch and scenes of fish boil.
WISC 303.14
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 554'-617', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Middleton parade.
WISC 303.15
News, 1968
Physical Description: 617'-715', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Downtown Madison (?) fire.
WISC 303.16
Speeches/News, 1968
Physical Description: 716'-755', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Presidential candidate Harold Stassen speaks to small crowd gathered on State Capitol grounds.
WISC 303.17
News, 1968
Physical Description: 757'-812', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Plymouth Congregational Church fire.
WISC 303.18
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 813'-885', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Big Brothers rodeo at Dane County Coliseum.
WISC 303.19
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 887'-970', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Gardner's Baking Co. 40th anniversary party.
WISC 303.20
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 971'-1072', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Stage Coach Players production.
WISC 304.1
News, 1968 March 21
Physical Description: 0'-25', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. Hormel arrested; police lead Hormel away as he sticks out his tongue.
WISC 304.2
News, 1968 August 15
Physical Description: 26'-63', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Capitol renovation.
WISC 304.3
Political announcements, 1968 August 30
Physical Description: 64'-87', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gaylord Nelson on his proposal to evaluate political convention system and feasibility of nationwide presidential primary.
WISC 304.4
Meetings, 1968 August 30
Physical Description: 88'-126', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Board of Regents.
WISC 304.5
News, 1968 October 5
Physical Description: 127'-200', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Mock school bus accident exercise in Baraboo, Wisconsin.
WISC 304.6
News, 1968
Physical Description: 201'-255', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: House trailer fire.
WISC 304.7
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 256'-303', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Beauty contest winner crowned.
WISC 304.8
News, 1968
Physical Description: 304'-341', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Brinkman led into courtroom.
WISC 304.9
Banquets, 1968
Physical Description: 342'-441', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Jimmy Demetral, former middle and light heavyweight champion, honored at banquet.
WISC 304.10
News/Judicial proceedings, 1968
Physical Description: 443'-468', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Service station murder; four men brought into court.
WISC 304.11
House fires, 1968
Physical Description: 469'-490', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Rouderause house fire.
WISC 304.12
News, 1968
Physical Description: 492'-511', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Norby and Bakke leave for Olympic Games.
WISC 304.13
News, 1968
Physical Description: 512'-566', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Mayor Otto Festge and William Wesley Peters of Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation reach settlement on Monona Terrace Project.
WISC 304.14
News, 1968
Physical Description: 567'-605', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Lake Mendota pollution.
WISC 304.15
News, 1968
Physical Description: 606'-619', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Service station murder scene.
WISC 304.16
News, 1968
Physical Description: 620'-657', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Pro-United Nations rally at Memorial Union.
WISC 304.17
Traffic accident reports, 1968
Physical Description: 658'-701', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Esther Beach Road.
WISC 304.18
Dedications, 1968
Physical Description: 702'-761', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Spring Green Bridge.
WISC 305
[unidentified film], 1964?
WISC 307.1
News, 1968
Physical Description: 0'-82', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Students marching from Beloit to Madison in sympathy with Selma, Alabama marchers.
WISC 307.2
News, 1968
Physical Description: 82'-139', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Poor People's March up State Street to State Capitol. Otto Festge addresses marchers.
WISC 307.3
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 140'-181', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Art week feature highlights Aaron Bohrod's studio.
WISC 307.4
Traffic accident reports, 1968
Physical Description: 182'-202', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: School bus.
WISC 307.5
Press conferences, 1968
Physical Description: 203'-233', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Averill Harriman on Organization of American States.
WISC 307.6
Candidacy announcements, 1968
Physical Description: 234'-317', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles will run for reelection as governor.
WISC 307.7
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 318'-374', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Alderman Harrison retiring from city government.
WISC 307.8
Speeches, 1968
Physical Description: 376'-429', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Thurston Morton campaigning for Wilbur Renk for U.S. Senate.
WISC 307.9
Awards ceremonies/Banquets, 1968
Physical Description: 430'-522', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Junior Chamber of Commerce.
WISC 307.10
News, 1968
Physical Description: 524'-547', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Murder suspects returned from Virginia.
WISC 307.11
Features (Newsfilm), 1968
Physical Description: 548'-606', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: German festival.
WISC 307.12
Political announcements, 1968
Physical Description: 608'-635', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on Lyndon Johnson's nomination of Abe Fortas to Supreme Court.
WISC 309.1
On-site interviews, 1969 June 2
Physical Description: 0'-123', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Two men on “Hospitality Unlimited,” a statewide convention for tourist travel groups.
WISC 309.2
On-site interviews, 1969 June 10
Physical Description: 124'-257', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Harold Froehlich on Warren Knowles' proposed state budget.
WISC 309.3
Promotional materials, 1969 June 10
Physical Description: 259'-328', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Calf brought into Secretary of State Robert Zimmerman's office as part of promotion for “June Is Dairy Month.” Zimmerman, Wilber Renk, and Will McCarroll comment on Dairy Month.
WISC 309.4
Promotional materials/On-site interviews, 1969 June 20
Physical Description: 329'-380', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “Miss Wool” of Wisconsin on getting ready for the Miss Wool Pageant.
WISC 309.5
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 June 20
Physical Description: 381'-408', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: American Legion flag parade with period costumes.
WISC 309.6
News, 1969 June 22
Physical Description: 409'-442', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin construction sites.
WISC 309.7
On-site interviews, 1969 June 23
Physical Description: 443'-626', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. Ferris on interest rate jump.
WISC 309.8
On-site interviews, 1969 June 25
Physical Description: 627'-757', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on Wisconsin Education Association.
WISC 309.9
Hearings, 1969 June 27
Physical Description: 759'-847', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on “one man, one vote” and recent Supreme Court decision to base both houses of state legislatures on population.
WISC 309.10
On-site interviews, 1969 June 29
Physical Description: 848'-889', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews a Mr. Joyce on employment in Madison area.
WISC 310.1
On-site interviews, 1969 June 6
Physical Description: 0'-131', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. Rothwell on legislative committee which oversees growth of Wisconsin higher education.
WISC 310.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 June 6
Physical Description: 132'-192', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Henry Vilas Zoo benefit gala.
WISC 310.3
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 June 6
Physical Description: 194'-240', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Elementary school flag ceremony with Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts.
WISC 310.4
Graduation ceremonies, 1969 June 9
Physical Description: 241'-296', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin.
WISC 310.5
On-site interviews, 1969 June 10
Physical Description: 297'-354', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on NAACP membership.
WISC 310.6
Celebrity visits/On-site interviews, 1969 June 12
Physical Description: 355'-568', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Glen Campbell at Cherokee Country Club and interview with Jerry Deane.
WISC 310.7
Studio interviews, 1969 June 16
Physical Description: 569'-662', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on emergency communications system used during University of Wisconsin disturbances.
WISC 310.8
Promotional materials, 1969 June 17
Physical Description: 633'-701', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “June Is Dairy Month” promotion with Warren Knowles milking a cow.
WISC 310.9
On-site interviews, 1969 June 24
Physical Description: 704'-797', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on Senator Everett Dirksen's amendment for changes in electoral representation.
WISC 310.10
On-site interviews, 1969 June 24
Physical Description: 798'-886', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. Joyce on employment of “vacation” workers and women's employment.
WISC 310.11
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 June
Physical Description: 888'-954', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dog show.
WISC 310.12
Political announcements, 1969 June
Physical Description: 956'-981', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on cutting military waste.
WISC 311.1
Openings, 1969 June 6
Physical Description: 0'-40', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke opens Parade of Homes.
WISC 311.2
On-site interviews, 1969 June 6
Physical Description: 41'-116', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Harold Froehlich on state budget.
WISC 311.3
Graduation ceremonies, 1969 June 9
Physical Description: 117'-184', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: James Madison Memorial High School.
WISC 311.4
On-site interviews, 1969 June 14
Physical Description: 185'-253', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Dr. Calloway on becoming president of NAACP Madison chapter.
WISC 311.5
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 June 15
Physical Description: 254'-307', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Construction site fence with graffiti on it.
WISC 311.6
On-site interviews, 1969 June 16
Physical Description: 308'-363', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State senator on Dirksen Amendment to base one house of a state legislature on something other than population.
WISC 311.7
On-site interviews, 1969 June 18
Physical Description: 366'-407', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Politician on number of delegates expected at state Democratic Convention.
WISC 311.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 June 21
Physical Description: 408'-488', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Marching band and singers performing at Hilldale Shopping Center.
WISC 311.9
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 June 23
Physical Description: 489'-547', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: UW summer school registration at Peterson Building.
WISC 311.10
On-site interviews, 1969 June 24
Physical Description: 548'-668', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Union spokesman on brewery dispute.
WISC 311.11
On-site interviews, 1969 June 28
Physical Description: 669'-746', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Banking spokesman on consumer credit laws.
WISC 311.12
Openings, 1969 June 30
Physical Description: 747'-783', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: American Exchange Bank's and West Branch's openings.
WISC 311.13
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 June 30
Physical Description: 785'-820', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dog show.
WISC 311.14
Sports, 1969
Physical Description: 821'-854', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Women's golf tournament.
WISC 311.15
On-site interviews, 1969 June
Physical Description: 855'-892', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Job Service spokesman on Youth Opportunity Center, a placement service.
WISC 312A.1
On-site interviews, 1969 July 1
Physical Description: 0'-84', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lt. Governor Jack Olson (as Acting Governor) declaring disaster areas in Darlington and South Wayne communities and Green and Lafayette Counties.
WISC 312A.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 1
Physical Description: 85'-137', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Circus train.
WISC 312A.3
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 7
Physical Description: 138'-241', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: African rhythm band.
WISC 312A.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 8
Physical Description: 242'-287', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke inspects Madison Public Library Bookmobile.
WISC 312A.5
On-site interviews, 1969 July 8
Physical Description: 289'-330', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Speaker of the House Harold Froehlich on governor's proposed budget.
WISC 312A.6
Hearings, 1969 July 10
Physical Description: 331'-400', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Two citizens give testimony on constitutional amendment (Dirksen amendment) to change political representation.
WISC 312A.7
On-site interviews, 1969 July 10
Physical Description: 401'-572', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on probate reform.
WISC 312A.8
Hearings, 1969 July 10
Physical Description: 573'-660', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Citizens on constitutional amendment (Dirksen amendment) to change political representation.
WISC 312A.9
On-site interviews, 1969 July 11
Physical Description: 662'-732', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Speaker of the House Harold Froehlich on state budget.
WISC 312A.10
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 11
Physical Description: 733'-781', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Sailboats launched.
WISC 312B.1
On-site interviews/Meetings, 1969 July 17
Physical Description: 0'-203', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Mayor William Dyke and others during mayors' conference. Two participants discuss waste disposal and landfills.
WISC 312B.2
Hearings, 1969 July 18
Physical Description: 205'-359', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Citizens on constitutional amendment (Dirksen amendment) to change political representation.
WISC 312B.3
Man on the street interviews, 1969 July 18
Physical Description: 360'-614', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Reaction to Apollo 11 moon shot.
WISC 312B.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 22
Physical Description: 616'-780', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “America Sings” travelling show sponsored by Hamm's Brewery.
WISC 312B.5
On-site interviews, 1969 July 24
Physical Description: 782'-992', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin geology professor Cameron on Apollo 11 moon rocks.
WISC 312B.6
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 26
Physical Description: 993'-1030', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bands.
WISC 312C.1
News, 1969 July 29
Physical Description: 0'-109', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fire fighters training.
WISC 312C.2
On-site interviews, 1969 July 29
Physical Description: 110'-338', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor Chase of Sun Prairie on future of city.
WISC 312C.3
Studio interviews, 1969 July 29
Physical Description: 339'-384', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: UW Board of Regents President James Nellen on length of appointments for University of Wisconsin Regents.
WISC 312C.4
Traffic accident reports, 1969 July 29
Physical Description: 385'-418', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Car and bicycle.
WISC 312C.5
On-site interviews, 1969 July 30
Physical Description: 419'-500', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Spokesman for Madison Area Technical College.
WISC 312C.6
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July
Physical Description: 501'-555', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Playboy bunny greeting passengers aboard Lear jet.
WISC 313.1
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 29
Physical Description: 0'-99', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: School children at Randall School.
WISC 313.2
On-site interviews/Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 29
Physical Description: 101'-241', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: No Oaks Rodeo (sponsored by George Holmes Tire).
WISC 313.3
News, 1969 July 4
Physical Description: 242'-295', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Reporter on state government reorganization and budget tax bill.
WISC 313.4
On-site interviews, 1969 July 22
Physical Description: 296'-364', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Senator Norman Anderson on vote to outlaw sale of DDT.
WISC 313.5
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 18
Physical Description: 365'-413', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: 4-H livestock exhibition.
WISC 313.6
Man on the street interviews, 1969 July 16
Physical Description: 414'-512', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Reaction to Apollo 11 moon shot.
WISC 313.7
Awards ceremonies, 1969 July 28
Physical Description: 512'-547', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: American Red Cross awards.
WISC 313.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 8
Physical Description: 548'-607', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Water skiing show.
WISC 313.9
News, 1969 July 8
Physical Description: 608'-650', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Small plane crash.
WISC 313.10
Man on the street interviews, 1969 July 22
Physical Description: 651'-725', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Reaction to Apollo 11 moon landing.
WISC 313.11
Political announcements, 1969 July 10
Physical Description: 726'-752', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on waste in military spending.
WISC 313.12
On-site interviews, 1969 July 10
Physical Description: 753'-790', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Harold Froehlich on state sales tax extension.
WISC 313.13
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 26
Physical Description: 791'-812', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Log rolling and lumberjack contests.
WISC 313.14
Openings, 1969 July 3
Physical Description: 813'-848', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: First Wisconsin National Bank (Madison, Wisconsin).
WISC 313.15
Groundbreakings, 1969 July 3
Physical Description: 849'-889', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Life Insurance Company building addition.
WISC 313.16
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July
Physical Description: 890'-924', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jazz combo playing on Memorial Union Terrace.
WISC 313.17
On-site interviews, 1969 July 22
Physical Description: 925'-957', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Senator Norman Anderson on DDT insecticide ban.
WISC 313.18
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 2
Physical Description: 957'-995', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rodeo promotional with actor Ken Curtis (Festus in Gunsmoke).
WISC 314.1
Meetings, 1969 August 1
Physical Description: 0'-48', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Legislative finance committee.
WISC 314.2
On-site interviews, 1969 August 1
Physical Description: 49'-110', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. McPhee on “pay as you go” plan for college fees.
WISC 314.3
Meetings, 1969 August 1
Physical Description: 111'-220', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Common Council. Woman discusses group called Citizens for Civic Peace, organized to ease racial tension.
WISC 314.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August 5
Physical Description: 221'-271', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Japan World Exposition visits Madison.
WISC 314.5
On-site interviews, 1969 August 5
Physical Description: 271'-459', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on Madison's rapid growth.
WISC 314.6
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August 11
Physical Description: 460'-535', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin State Fair in West Allis, Wisconsin.
WISC 314.7
On-site interviews, 1969 August 13
Physical Description: 536'-676',- magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “Up with People” performers.
WISC 314.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August 15
Physical Description: 677'-772', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Hot air balloon ascent from Law Park.
WISC 314.9
Public announcements, 1969 August 17
Physical Description: 773'-844', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on joint resolution to have Equal Opportunity Commission report used as a basis for city policy, and his recognition of tensions between blacks and city police.
WISC 314.10
On-site interviews, 1969 August 20
Physical Description: 846'-975', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on negotiations with Madison Bus Company.
WISC 314.11
Public announcements, 1969 August 25
Physical Description: 977'-1077', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on city buy-out of Madison Bus Company.
WISC 314.12
On-site interviews, 1969 July 29
Physical Description: 1079'-1315', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: International Air Force cadet exchange program. German cadets interviewed.
WISC 315.1
On-site interviews, 1969 August 1
Physical Description: 0'-80', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. McPhee on “pay as you go” plan for state colleges.
WISC 315.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August 5
Physical Description: 81'-138', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Henry Vilas Zoo; Children's Zoo under construction.
WISC 315.3
Studio interviews, 1969 August 5
Physical Description: 140'-228', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on major causes of traffic accidents--drinking and drugs.
WISC 315.4
News, 1969 August 7
Physical Description: 230'-318', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles (with Attorney General Robert Warren) signs drug bill.
WISC 315.5
News, 1969 August 8
Physical Description: 319'-358', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Seat belt demonstration.
WISC 315.6
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August 14
Physical Description: 359'-407', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “Up With People” performance on Capitol steps.
WISC 315.7
Features (Newsfilm)/On-site interviews/Awards ceremonies, 1969 August 14
Physical Description: 408'-448', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Golf interviews.
WISC 315.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August 18
Physical Description: 450'-546', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Farm Progress Days.
WISC 315.9
On-site interviews, 1969 August 21
Physical Description: 547'-612', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on pollution.
WISC 315.10
On-site interviews, 1969 August 22
Physical Description: 613'-709', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Red Cross spokesman on donations for disaster relief.
WISC 315.11
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August 22
Physical Description: 710'-752', silent, color, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Shriners' motorcycle drill team.
WISC 315.12
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August 22
Physical Description: 752'-853', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Boscobel 4-H parade.
WISC 315.13
On-site interviews, 1969 August 27
Physical Description: 857'-985', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Doctor on legal aspects of emergency medical care (shot at Wisconsin Center Alumni House). Demonstration of lake rescue.
WISC 315.14
On-site interviews, 1969 August 27
Physical Description: 987'-1064', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on Madison's buy-out of bus company and its complications.
WISC 315.15
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August
Physical Description: 1065'-1132', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Zor Shriners' parade on Capitol Square.
WISC 315.16
On-site interviews, 1969 August
Physical Description: 1133'-1169', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on bus ridership.
WISC 315.17
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August
Physical Description: 1170'-1227', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Hairstyling demonstration.
WISC 315.18
On-site interviews, 1969 August
Physical Description: 1228'-1260', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Harold Froehlich on progress of budget approval.
WISC 316.1
On-site interviews, 1969 August 5
Physical Description: 0'-37', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Robert T. Huber on need for annual state budget sessions.
WISC 316.2
On-site interviews, 1969 August 8
Physical Description: 38'-107', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Assemblyman John C. Shabaz on proposed state budgets.
WISC 316.3
Sports, 1969 August 19
Physical Description: 108'-127', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Women practicing fast-pitch softball.
WISC 316.4
Sports/On-site interviews, 1969 August 11
Physical Description: 128'-174', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Athletic Director Elroy Hirsch on high school scouting.
WISC 316.5
Press conferences, 1969 August 13
Physical Description: 175'-248', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mrs. Craig urging Madison Common Council to act to buy Madison Bus Company.
WISC 316.6
On-site interviews, 1969 August 14
Physical Description: 249'-389', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on federal grant application for buying Madison Bus Company.
WISC 316.7
On-site interviews, 1969 August 14
Physical Description: 390'-429', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on metropolitan area conferences.
WISC 316.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August 15
Physical Description: 430'-473', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Parade on Capitol Square.
WISC 316.9
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August 21
Physical Description: 474'-518', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles views workers collating budget documents.
WISC 316.10
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August 23
Physical Description: 519'-578', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Zor Shriners.
WISC 316.11
News, 1969 August 22
Physical Description: 579'-636', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Camp McCoy war games.
WISC 316.12
On-site interviews, 1969 August 29
Physical Description: 638'-717', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on first aid seminar. Demonstration of car accident rescue techniques held outside Alumni House.
WISC 316.13
Features (Newsfilm)/On-site interviews, 1969 August 27
Physical Description: 718'-790', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Boy Scouts interviewed after bike trip to Door County.
WISC 316.14
News, 1969 August
Physical Description: 791'-818', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fire at 228 State Street.
WISC 316.15
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 August
Physical Description: 819'-856', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Middleton Festival. Men and women in 18th century dress board Tilt-a-Whirl.
WISC 316.16
Features (Newsfilm)/On-site interviews, 1969 August 29
Physical Description: 856'-951', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on first aid seminar at Alumni House. Demonstration of first aid techniques.
WISC 317.1
Studio interviews, 1968 November 2
Physical Description: 0'-92', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Godfrey Cambridge on student dissent (most of interview is unintelligible due to sound track damage). He also comments on his new television show.
WISC 317.2
News, 1968 November 5
Physical Description: 93'-197', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Voting machine demonstration.
WISC 317.3
News, 1968
Physical Description: 198'-255', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Milwaukee riot damage.
WISC 317.4
On-site interviews, 1968 November 13
Physical Description: 256'-305', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on ORAP (Outdoor Recreation Act Program), a program to acquire public lands for recreational use.
WISC 317.5
On-site interviews, 1968 November 13
Physical Description: 306'-438', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Legislator on bonding money for municipalities, another legislator on ORAP, and Warren Knowles also commenting on ORAP.
WISC 317.6
Features (Newsfilm)/Studio interviews, 1968 November 15
Physical Description: 439'-518', silent and magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Ken Curtis, Festus on Gunsmoke, in Madison for rodeo.
WISC 317.7
Sports, 1968 November 15
Physical Description: 519'-586', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin hockey.
WISC 317.8
Sports, 1968 November 16
Physical Description: 587'-646', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Football game.
WISC 317.9
On-site interviews, 1968 November 18
Physical Description: 647'-700', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Melvin Belli on his belief in the accuracy of the Warren Report.
WISC 317.10
Studio interviews, 1968 November 19
Physical Description: 702'-762', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Rothwell on program for disadvantaged students to go to college.
WISC 317.11
Political announcements, 1968 November 19
Physical Description: 763'-866', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Otto Festge on Knowles' call to cut city spending.
WISC 317.12
On-site interviews, 1968 November 25
Physical Description: 867'-958', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Proctor on overcoming effects of poor education.
WISC 317.13
On-site interviews, 1968 November 25
Physical Description: 959'-1007', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison superintendent of schools Douglas S. Ritchie on school budget.
WISC 317.14
Sports/On-site interviews, 1968 November 25
Physical Description: 1008'-1140', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Green Bay Packer Boyd Dowler on the Packers' chances this year.
WISC 317.15
On-site interviews, 1968 November 26
Physical Description: 1142'-1195', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on Milwaukee vocational schools and minority training.
WISC 317.16
On-site interviews/Studio interviews, 1968 November 27
Physical Description: 1196'-1331', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man comments on state universities' conference for the educationally disadvantaged; Dr. Proctor also speaks on how conference will affect vocationally disadvantaged. Another man comments on the keynote speakers.
WISC 317.17
News, 1968 November
Physical Description: 1332'-1367', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Walk for Development march on State Street.
WISC 317.18
Press conferences, 1968 November 18
Physical Description: 1368'-1495', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Melvin Belli on Miranda and Escobedo rulings.
WISC 318.1
On-site interviews, 1968 November 2
Physical Description: 0'-15', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fire fighter Ed Durkin on legality of fire fighters striking.
WISC 318.2
Sports, 1968 November 6
Physical Description: 16'-70', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Diving and swimming demonstration, and training.
WISC 318.3
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 November 8
Physical Description: 71'-157', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rodeo promotion and “Little Festus” contest with Ken Curtis, Festus of Gunsmoke series.
WISC 318.4
Public announcements, 1968 November 12
Physical Description: 158'-203', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: United Givers campaign.
WISC 318.5
News, 1968 November 16
Physical Description: 205'-263', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Walk for Development- sponsored March for Hunger on State Street and Bascom Hill.
WISC 318.6
Press conferences, 1968 November 16
Physical Description: 264'-302', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Melvin M. Belli on political assassinations and the trials of Sirhan Sirhan and James Earl Ray.
WISC 318.7
Sports, 1968 November 25
Physical Description: 304'-372', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Minnesota football game.
WISC 318.8
News, 1968 November 25
Physical Description: 373'-505', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Superintendent of Schools Douglas S. Ritchie on school re-apportionment and dissolution of Central High School district.
WISC 318.9
Banquets, 1968 November 26
Physical Description: 506'-567', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin sports banquet.
WISC 318.10
On-site interviews, 1968 November 29
Physical Description: 569'-631', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Harold Froehlich on passage of state budget and other matters before current legislative session.
WISC 318.11
News, 1968 November
Physical Description: 633'-663', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Voting in school gymnasium.
WISC 318.12
On-site interviews, 1968 November 29
Physical Description: 664'-714', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Harold Froehlich on need for state office space.
WISC 318.13
Public announcements, 1968 November
Physical Description: 715'-745', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles' Thanksgiving Day message.
WISC 318.14
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 November
Physical Description: 746'-848', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Timothy McElrath textiles and clothing exhibit.
WISC 319.1
Press conferences/Candidacy announcements, 1969 January 3
Physical Description: 0'-131', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man announcing his candidacy for mayor at Ivy Inn. He answers questions on Civic Center and property taxes.
WISC 319.2
News, 1969 January 6
Physical Description: 132'-205', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles' inaugural address.
WISC 319.3
Candidacy announcements, 1969 January 6
Physical Description: 206'-278', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Otto Festge on his decision not to run for reelection as mayor.
WISC 319.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 January 6
Physical Description: 279'-333', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison sports show set up at Dane County Coliseum.
WISC 319.5
Speeches, 1969 January 16
Physical Description: 334'-401', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin spokesman on need for reorganization of UW Athletic Dept.
WISC 319.6
Speeches, 1969 January 20
Physical Description: 403'-435', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles on Committee on Local Government Organization (Tarr Task Force).
WISC 319.7
Features (Newsfilm)/On-site interviews, 1969 January 20
Physical Description: 436'-482', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police officer's retirement party and his comments on being a police officer.
WISC 319.8
Traffic accident reports, 1969 January 20
Physical Description: 482'-518', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Car-train.
WISC 319.9
Banquets, 1969 January 21
Physical Description: 519'-577', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: DSA.
WISC 319.10
On-site interviews, 1969 January 27
Physical Description: 578'-610', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Judge John D. Voss on his qualifications for Supreme Court justice.
WISC 319.11
Speeches, 1969 January 27
Physical Description: 611'-662', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Knowles on traffic safety measures.
WISC 319.12
On-site interviews, 1969 January 27
Physical Description: 663'-695', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Judge John D. Voss on his reasons for running for Supreme Court justice.
WISC 319.13
News, 1969 January 27
Physical Description: 696'-726', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayoral candidate submits his election petitions. Edward Ben Elson (dressed in flamboyant garb) brings in his election petitions.
WISC 319.14
Speeches, 1969 January 27
Physical Description: 726'-788', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayoral candidate on property tax disparities.
WISC 319.15
News, 1969 January 27
Physical Description: 789'-819', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Judge E. Harold Hallows with Secretary of State Robert Zimmerman filing his election petitions.
WISC 319.16
Speeches, 1969 January 30
Physical Description: 820'-945', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Knowles budget address to legislature on expanding tax sales.
WISC 319.17
On-site interviews, 1969 January 30
Physical Description: 945'-965', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Assemblyman's negative reaction to Knowles' proposed budget.
WISC 319.18
Speeches, 1969 January 30
Physical Description: 966'-1115', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Knowles budget address to legislature on balancing state budget.
WISC 320.1
Political announcements, 1969 January 1
Physical Description: 0'-33', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on possibility of eliminating Electoral College.
WISC 320.2
On-site interviews, 1969 January 3
Physical Description: 34'-79', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Woman on importance of black history.
WISC 320.3
News, 1969 January 6
Physical Description: 80'-142', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles sworn in as governor. Other constitutional officers also sworn in.
WISC 320.4
On-site interviews, 1969 January 9
Physical Description: 143'-235', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Edward Ben Elson on his seriousness as mayoral candidate.
WISC 320.5
News, 1969 January 10
Physical Description: 236'-277', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison joins nationwide “transceiver network” (telecommunications system). Warren Knowles views equipment.
WISC 320.6
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 January 17
Physical Description: 279'-323', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Ski jumping.
WISC 320.7
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 January 18
Physical Description: 324'-398', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor Otto Festge, with Miss Madison (?), inspecting printing press.
WISC 320.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 January 21
Physical Description: 399'-435', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Volunteers (at University Hospitals?) collating information packets.
WISC 320.9
On-site interviews, 1969 January 27
Physical Description: 437'-458', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bowling tournament organizers on tourney.
WISC 320.10
Speeches/News, 1969 January 27
Physical Description: 459'-525', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles gives inaugural address. Shots of Knowles choosing wine and toasting with Lt. Gov. Jack Olson.
WISC 320.11
News, 1969 January 27
Physical Description: 526'-553', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Swearing-in ceremony for city/county officials.
WISC 320.12
On-site interviews/Features (Newsfilm), 1969 January 28
Physical Description: 554'-664', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Setting up international bowling tournament at Dane County Coliseum. Interview with tournament organizers.
WISC 320.13
News, 1969/01
Physical Description: 666'-703', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Maple Bluff Country Club fire.
WISC 320.14
On-site interviews, 1969/01
Physical Description: 704'-741', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke files election papers for mayor.
WISC 320.15
News, 1969
Physical Description: 742'-789', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Judges in chambers.
WISC 320.16
On-site interviews, 1969/01
Physical Description: 790'-848', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke on issues facing Madison, including money and lake pollution.
WISC 320.17
Speeches, 1969/01
Physical Description: 849'-928', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles addresses state legislature on education costs.
WISC 321.1
Studio interviews, 1969 February 6
Physical Description: 0'-62', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on distinctiveness of black church and its message.
WISC 321.2
Press conferences, 1969 February 6
Physical Description: 63'-147', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles announces appointment of William R. Kellett as chairman of special task force on education.
WISC 321.3
Political announcements, 1969 February 15
Physical Description: 148'-176', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on Nixon administration's combating of inflation.
WISC 321.4
Speeches, 1969 February 20
Physical Description: 177'-312', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles addressing joint session on shortcomings of ORAP (Outdoor Recreation Act Program) and task force proposals for revamping tax sharing.
WISC 321.5
Sports, 1969 February 22
Physical Description: 313'-382', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bowling tournament at Dane County Coliseum broadcast by ABC.
WISC 321.6
On-site interviews, 1969 February 26
Physical Description: 383'-435', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Woman on “Plans for Progress,” a group which contacts business regarding their plans for minority hiring and recruitment.
WISC 321.7
Press conferences, 1969 February 27
Physical Description: 436'-537', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayoral candidate calls for position papers from other candidates on housing situation in Madison.
WISC 321.8
News, 1969 February 27
Physical Description: 537'-556', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Picketers carrying signs: “Why go-go girls but not candidates?” They're protesting lack of mayoral debate in media.
WISC 321.9
Press conferences, 1969 February
Physical Description: 558'-617', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on empowering blacks.
WISC 321.10
Studio interviews, 1969 February
Physical Description: 618'-677', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on plan to create air park facility at Truax AFB.
WISC 321.11
On-site interviews/Features (Newsfilm), 1969 February
Physical Description: 678'-804', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Computer dating service.
WISC 321.12
On-site interviews, 1969 February
Physical Description: 807'-983', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayoral candidate on outcome of his challenge to media in Madison to cover mayoral campaign and issues.
WISC 322.1
Graduation ceremonies, 1969 January 25
Physical Description: 0'-65', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin graduates in Field House; President Fred Harvey Harrington addresses graduates.
WISC 322.2
Studio interviews, 1969 February 5
Physical Description: 66'-136', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on seriousness of flooding in southwestern Wisconsin.
WISC 322.3
Press conferences, 1969 February 6
Physical Description: 137'-174', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles introducing William Kellett as head of new commission on education.
WISC 322.4
Press conferences, 1969 February 7
Physical Description: 176'-205', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles denying rumors he would be taking appointment in Nixon administration.
WISC 322.5
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 February 18
Physical Description: 206'-259', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Views of University Avenue bus lane and antique car travelling in bus lane.
WISC 322.6
News, 1969 February 19
Physical Description: 260'-300', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Funeral at Our Lady Queen of Peace.
WISC 322.7
Press conferences, 1969 February 21
Physical Description: 301'-414', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Elroy Hirsch on accepting athletic director post at University of Wisconsin.
WISC 322.8
Speeches, 1969 February 21
Physical Description: 415'-476', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles addresses joint session of legislature (State of the State address).
WISC 322.9
On-site interviews, 1969 February 26
Physical Description: 477'-499', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mrs. Simon on equal opportunity job fair.
WISC 322.10
On-site interviews, 1969 February 31
Physical Description: 500'-563', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: District Attorney James Boll on bad check writing.
WISC 322.11
Features (Newsfilm)/On-site interviews, circa 1969
Physical Description: 565'-736', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Alex Jordan, Jr., builder of House on the Rock, on how he came to build the structure.
WISC 322.12
News, circa 1969
Physical Description: 740'-813', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Point-of-view shots from inside State Patrol car travelling on interstate system.
WISC 322.13
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 814'-872', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on proposals for air park at Truax Field.
WISC 322.14
Openings, 1969
Physical Description: 873'-977', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Reporter at Madison Public Library before its opening.
WISC 322.15
Sports, 1969
Physical Description: 979'-1064', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Portion of “Here's Roundy” show with Roundy Coughlin and Duane Bowman talking about baseball.
WISC 322.16
Features (Newsfilm)/Sports, 1969
Physical Description: 1065'-1135', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Ski jumping.
WISC 323.1
Features (Newsfilm)/Sports, 1969 February 24
Physical Description: 0'-51', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Snowmobile racing.
WISC 323.2
Sports, 1969
Physical Description: 52'-220', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin-Iowa football game.
WISC 323.3
Features (Newsfilm), 1969
Physical Description: 221'-246', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Fort Dells (attraction at Wisconsin Dells) observatory tower under construction.
WISC 323.4
Wire service, 1969
Physical Description: 247'-270, silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Tower Hill State Park.
WISC 323.5
News, 1969
Physical Description: 271'-300', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Barn fire.
WISC 323.6
Speeches, 1969
Physical Description: 300'-335', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles on ORAP 200 (recreational land and environmental program.)
WISC 323.7
House fires, 1969
Physical Description: 336'-383', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
WISC 323.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1969
Physical Description: 384'-443', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Children ride “Santa Claus” train.
WISC 323.9
Studio interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 444'-501', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Man on heart disease prevention program.
WISC 323.10
Panel discussions/Meetings, 1969
Physical Description: 501'x764', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Man on his fact-finding mission trip to Madison mental health institutions. Other panelists discuss community mental health issues.
WISC 323.11
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 766'-1055', silent, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Methodist bishop on overseas relief.
WISC 324.1
On-site interviews, 1969 March 4
Physical Description: 0'-76', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. Bishop on flooding threat to southwestern Wisconsin.
WISC 324.2
Press conferences, 1969 March 4
Physical Description: 76'-123', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Superintendent of Schools Douglas S. Ritchie and Edgewood High School administrator on Madison Public Schools and Edgewood School competing in sports.
WISC 324.3
Speeches, 1969 March 7
Physical Description: 124'-175', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles on educational programs.
WISC 324.4
On-site interviews, 1969 March 7
Physical Description: 176'-268', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on coordination of special police services.
WISC 324.5
On-site interviews, 1969 March 14
Physical Description: 269'-319', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on veterans' housing program.
WISC 324.6
Press conferences, 1969 March 24
Physical Description: 320'-421', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Judge (?) on media coverage of trials.
WISC 324.7
Press conferences, 1969 March 24
Physical Description: 424'-500', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gaylord Nelson campaigning for Robert L. (Toby) Reynolds (running for Madison mayor).
WISC 324.8
Sports, 1969 March 23
Physical Description: 501'-546', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State basketball tournament.
WISC 324.9
Sports, 1969 March 20
Physical Description: 547'-648', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State basketball tournament: Durand vs. Kimberly and Neenah vs. Beloit.
WISC 324.10
On-site interviews, 1969 March 24
Physical Description: 649'-791', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin State Supreme Court Chief Justice E. Harold Hallows on his qualifications for reelection.
WISC 324.11
Man on the street interviews, 1969 March 31
Physical Description: 792'-872', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dwight Eisenhower remembered after his death.
WISC 324.12
On-site interviews, 1969 March 31
Physical Description: 873'-904', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Firefighter Ed Durkin on resolution of Fire Dept. pay dispute.
WISC 324.13
Political announcements, 1969
Physical Description: 906'-988', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Robert L. (Toby) Reynolds, running for Madison mayor.
WISC 325.1
Sports/Features (Newsfilm), 1969 March 1
Physical Description: 0'-37', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Elroy Hirsch posing with football players.
WISC 325.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 March 1
Physical Description: 39'-69', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: 4-H horse show.
WISC 325.3
Sports/Features (Newsfilm), 1969 March 4
Physical Description: 70'-96', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Milwaukee Bucks players posing with handicapped child.
WISC 325.4
Speeches, 1969 March 6
Physical Description: 97'-198', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles on need for affordable housing and on the “model cities” program.
WISC 325.5
Sports/Features (Newsfilm), 1969 March 7
Physical Description: 200'-234', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bowling tournament.
WISC 325.6
Sports, 1969 March 12
Physical Description: 234'-324', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin State basketball tournament.
WISC 325.7
Press conferences, 1969 March 13
Physical Description: 325'-401', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles on changes in drunk driving and seat belt laws.
WISC 325.8
House fires, 1969 March 15
Physical Description: 402'-451', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bayview Apartments.
WISC 325.9
News, 1969 March 18
Physical Description: 452'-504', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Downtown Madison parking areas.
WISC 325.10
On-site interviews, 1969 March 27
Physical Description: 505'-539', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gaylord Nelson on his opposition to surtax.
WISC 325.11
On-site interviews, 1969 March 27
Physical Description: 540'-574', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man (judge?) on issue of cameras being admitted into the courtroom. He feels most state judges would be against televised coverage.
WISC 325.12
Speeches/News, 1969 March
Physical Description: 575'-715', silent and magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Hubert Humphrey making speeches at Memorial Union Theater and Stock Pavilion.
WISC 325.13
Hearings/On-site interviews, 1969 March
Physical Description: 716'-782', magnetic, black and white, negative 
Scope and Content Note: Robert Kastenmeier and Congressman Rosenthal comment on public hearings held on Vietnam War.
WISC 325.14
Press conferences, 1969 March
Physical Description: 783'-848', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on bettering police/community relations.
WISC 325.15
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 850'-884', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: District Attorney James Boll denying rumors he will take U.S. attorney position.
WISC 327.1
On-site interviews, 1969 April 1
Physical Description: 0'-74', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police Dept. representative on spring being the season when swindlers come out.
WISC 327.2
Features (Newsfilm)/On-site interviews, 1969 April 2
Physical Description: 76'-177', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Supervisor of GAR Museum interviewed on his 98th birthday.
WISC 327.3
Press conferences, 1969 April 2
Physical Description: 178'-244', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor Otto Festge and Wesley Peters on Civic Center bids and funding for the Monona Basin Project.
WISC 327.4
Press conferences, 1969 April 9
Physical Description: 245'-299', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Wayne Morse on guidelines needed for teacher competency.
WISC 327.5
Meetings, 1969
Physical Description: 300'-378', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor Otto Festge and Wesley Peters on Civic Center bids.
WISC 327.6
Press conferences, 1969 April 9
Physical Description: 379'-428', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Wayne Morse commenting on what he refers to as an “educational bureaucracy” developing as parents lose control of the local schools.
WISC 327.7
Political announcements, 1969 April 13
Physical Description: 429'-459', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on Defense Dept. slipping the production of a new supersonic bomber into the current budget.
WISC 327.8
On-site interviews, 1969 April 14
Physical Description: 461'-528', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wesley Peters on his reluctance to let the Monona Basin Project (Civic Center) go out for re-bidding.
WISC 327.9
News, 1969 April 15
Physical Description: 528'-565', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police investigate crime scene near corner of King, Wilson, and Butler Streets.
WISC 327.10
News, 1969 April 15
Physical Description: 565'-616', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke is sworn in as mayor.
WISC 327.11
Features (Newsfilm)ISports, 1969 April 22
Physical Description: 617'-755', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bowling tournament at Dane County Coliseum.
WISC 327.12
On-site interviews, 1969 April 24
Physical Description: 756'-821', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Assemblyman Lewis Mittness on his opposition to highway and bridge bonding.
WISC 327.13
On-site interviews, 1969 April 24
Physical Description: 822'-896', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Mr. Brace on his opposition to corporate farming.
WISC 327.14
On-site interviews, 1969 April 30
Physical Description: 897'-938', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State senator on bill before legislature to maintain private school system.
WISC 327.15
On-site interviews, 1969 April 30
Physical Description: 939'-966', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on his opposition to State Senate bill for aid to private schools.
WISC 327.16
On-site interviews, 1969 April 30
Physical Description: 966'-1018', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Senator Hutnik on long bridges bill.
WISC 327.17
Press conferences, 1969 April
Physical Description: 1020'-1078', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on what faces him as Madison's mayor.
WISC 328.1
Meetings, 1969 April 1
Physical Description: 0'-45', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Common Council. Wesley Peters appears before council.
WISC 328.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 April 4
Physical Description: 45'-85', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Badger Amateur Radio Society; station WGYT.
WISC 328.3
Press conferences, 1969 April 9
Physical Description: 86'-141', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Wayne Morse on education.
WISC 328.4
On-site interviews, 1969 April 14
Physical Description: 141'-232', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wesley Peters on recall of bidding for Monona Basin project.
WISC 328.5
Hearings, 1969 April 16
Physical Description: 232'-273', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State budget hearings; endorsement of governor's higher education budget request.
WISC 328.6
News, 1969 April 21
Physical Description: 273'-342', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Father James Groppi and poor people demonstrating at State Capitol. Demonstrators enter budget committee meeting room.
WISC 328.7
On-site interviews, 1969 April 23
Physical Description: 343'-412', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on the concern about the spread of corporate farms.
WISC 328.8
Meetings, 1969 April 25
Physical Description: 413'-462', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State budget.
WISC 328.9
On-site interviews, 1969 April 26
Physical Description: 463'-503', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bowling tourney winner.
WISC 328.10
Public announcements, 1969 April 26
Physical Description: 504'-562', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke introduces assistant.
WISC 328.11
On-site interviews, 1969 April 29
Physical Description: 563'-645', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on safety of DDT insecticide as demonstrated in studies.
WISC 328.12
On-site interviews, 1969 April 30
Physical Description: ' 645'-711', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Priest on funding crisis in parochial schools.
WISC 328.13
News, 1969 April 30
Physical Description: 712'-729', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Assembly session.
WISC 328.14
On-site interviews, 1969 April
Physical Description: 730'-800', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles on National Alliance of Business program to get jobs for blacks in Milwaukee.
WISC 328.15
Awards ceremonies/On-site interviews, 1969 April
Physical Description: 801'-894', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bowling tourney winner.
WISC 328.16
News, 1969 April
Physical Description: 895'-940', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Stop 'n' Go Store's closed-circuit TV security system.
WISC 328.17
Features (Newsfilm), 1969
Physical Description: 941'-984', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Elephants unloaded for circus at Dane County Coliseum.
WISC 328.18
Hearings, 1969 April
Physical Description: 984'-1006', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Assembly (hearings on parochial schools?).
WISC 329.1
On-site interviews, 1969 April 2
Physical Description: 0'-36', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke on being elected mayor.
WISC 329.2
Press conferences, 1969 April 3
Physical Description: 37'-107', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wesley Peters on bids for civic auditorium (Monona Basin Project).
WISC 329.3
Awards ceremonies, 1969 April 10
Physical Description: 108'-140', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man receives commendation from Governor Warren Knowles. Edwin Young and Fred Harvey Harrington present.
WISC 329.4
Hearings, 1969 April 17
Physical Description: 141'-172', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin President Fred Harvey Harrington on University of Wisconsin budget before Legislative Budget Committee.
WISC 329.5
Political announcements, 1969 April 17
Physical Description: 173'-206', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on wasteful military spending.
WISC 329.6
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 April 26
Physical Description: 209'-242', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: School children's spring cleanup; Cub Scouts plant trees.
WISC 329.7
Meetings, 1969 April 23
Physical Description: 243'-263', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Assembly in session.
WISC 329.8
On-site interviews, 1969 April 28
Physical Description: 264'-292', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on effect of corporate farms.
WISC 329.9
On-site interviews, 1969 April 30
Physical Description: 293'-329', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Legislator on plan to rebuild bridges.
WISC 329.10
On-site interviews, 1969 April 30
Physical Description: 330'-374', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Legislator on bill to provide assistance to private school students.
WISC 329.11
Press conferences, 1969 May 15
Physical Description: 375'-467', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Federal Communications Commission Chairman Rosel Hyde on broadcast industry.
WISC 329.12
Sports, 1969 May 19
Physical Description: 468'-569', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin football.
WISC 329.13
Press conferences, 1969 April
Physical Description: 571'-603', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles and Arthur Godfrey for “ORAP 200,” an environmental program.
WISC 329.14
Press conferences, 1969 May 15
Physical Description: 604'-733', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: FCC Chairman Rosel Hyde on cable television technology and why we should rely on diversity rather than government regulation.
WISC 329.15
House fires, 1969 May
Physical Description: 734'-770', silent, color, positive 
WISC 330.1
Awards ceremonies/Banquets, 1969 April 13
Physical Description: 0'-47', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “Hire the Handicapped” poster winners.
WISC 330.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 April 25
Physical Description: 48'-86', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Singers at University of Wisconsin Music Hall.
WISC 330.3
On-site interviews, 1969 May 1
Physical Description: 87'-175', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Chairman of Industry Task Force for DDT on safety of DDT.
WISC 330.4
Studio interviews, 1969 May 7
Physical Description: 176'-221', magnetic, color,pos 
Scope and Content Note: Attorney General Robert Warren on police conference.
WISC 330.5
News, 1969 May 10
Physical Description: 222'-258', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Father James Groppi leads poor people's demonstration at State Capitol.
WISC 330.6
Studio interviews, 1969 May 7
Physical Description: 259'-325', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Attorney General Robert Warren on law enforcement in Wisconsin.
WISC 330.7
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 May
Physical Description: 325'-382', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Vintage car rally in Red Owl parking lot.
WISC 330.8
Press conferences, 1969 May 15
Physical Description: 383'-441', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Federal Communications Commission Chairman Rosel Hyde on cigarette advertising on television and radio.
WISC 330.9
Features (Newsfilm), 1969
Physical Description: 441'-477', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin school safety patrols set out on field trip.
WISC 330.10
Meetings, 1969
Physical Description: 478'-508', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Board of Regents.
WISC 330.11
Features (Newsfilm), 1969
Physical Description: 509'-574', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Harness racers demonstration.
WISC 330.12
News, 1969 May 2
Physical Description: 575'-659', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Meteorology and Space Science satellite model.
WISC 330.13
Groundbreakings, 1969
Physical Description: 660'-687', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Farm Bureau Rural Insurance building.
WISC 330.14
Banquets, 1969
Physical Description: 688'-729', silent, color, positive 
WISC 330.15
News, 1969 April
Physical Description: 730'-776', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Voting.
WISC 330.16
News, 1969 May
Physical Description: 777'-813', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fire on roofing truck.
WISC 330.17
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 814'-844', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Legislator on stopping spread of corporate farms.
WISC 331.1
On-site interviews, 1969 September 9
Physical Description: 0'-242', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. Quinlan on Beloit's projected growth.
WISC 331.2
News, 1969 September 9
Physical Description: 243'-286', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fire fighting demonstration.
WISC 331.3
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 September 10
Physical Description: 287'-318', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Circus performers.
WISC 331.4
On-site interviews, 1969 September 10
Physical Description: 319'-462', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Beloit's new Municipal Building and Plaza.
WISC 331.5
On-site interviews, 1969 September 12
Physical Description: 463'-540', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Program for purchasing houses by low and moderate income families.
WISC 331.6
Public announcements, 1969 September 14
Physical Description: 541'-583', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “We Care” volunteer organization formed to raise emergency funds for Dane County poor.
WISC 331.7
On-site interviews, 1969 September 14
Physical Description: 584'-720', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Women on how cuts to Head Start programs have affected her family and others.
WISC 331.8
Sports, 1969 September 20
Physical Description: 721'-1031', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin vs. Oklahoma football.
WISC 331.9
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 September 22
Physical Description: 1032'-1149', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Englishman comments on state of British roads.
WISC 331.10
Studio interviews, 1969 September 24
Physical Description: 1150'-1230', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on restructuring of state policies on higher education.
WISC 331.11
News, 1969
Physical Description: 1231'-1252', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Father James Groppi, black leaders, and State Senator Walter Chilsen address legislative committee.
WISC 331.12
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 1253'-1456', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Stoughton mayor on city's population growth.
WISC 331.13
Features (Newsfilm), 1969
Physical Description: 1456'-1502', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Farm animals on display for school children.
WISC 332.1
News, 1969 May 7
Physical Description: 0'-38', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Heating Station fire.
WISC 332.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 September 10
Physical Description: 39'-98', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Clyde Beatty Circus setting up.
WISC 332.3
On-site interviews, 1969 September 11
Physical Description: 99'-477', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on Janesville's city-owned bus company.
WISC 332.4
Studio interviews, 1969 September 14
Physical Description: 178'-295', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on planning policies for higher education.
WISC 332.5
On-site interviews, 1969 September 16
Physical Description: 296'-452', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on Madison budget projections and government spending.
WISC 332.6
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 September 21
Physical Description: 453'-506', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: School playground; children entering school; inside classroom.
WISC 332.7
News, 1969 September 21
Physical Description: 507'-604', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Father James Groppi leads welfare rights demonstration to Executive Mansion.
WISC 332.8
Studio interviews, 1969 September 21
Physical Description: 605'-684', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on “Up With People” conference and various programs to promote Wisconsin.
WISC 332.9
News, 1969 September 23
Physical Description: 685'-722', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rohde's Steak House fire.
WISC 332.10
On-site interviews, 1969 September 23
Physical Description: 722'-783', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: South African highway engineer on his stay in U.S. to study road system.
WISC 332.11
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 September 23
Physical Description: 783'-822', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles with state poster child.
WISC 332.12
Sports, 1969 September 23
Physical Description: 823'-879', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Milwaukee Bucks (with then Lew Alcindor) practicing.
WISC 332.13
Studio interviews, 1969 September 26
Physical Description: 880'-928', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on Tarr Task Force and taxation projections.
WISC 332.14
News, 1969 September 30
Physical Description: 929'-1002', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Father James Groppi and welfare rights demonstrators take over State Assembly chamber.
WISC 332.15
On-site interviews, 1969 September 11
Physical Description: 1002'-1093', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on city buying the Madison Bus Company.
WISC 332.16
Features (Newsfilm)/Sports, 1969 September
Physical Description: 1093'-1123', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Athletic Director Elroy Hirsch poses with University of Wisconsin football tickets.
WISC 333.1
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 July 18
Physical Description: 0'-102', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Safety Convention: display of safety equipment and testing devices.
WISC 333.2
On-site interviews, 1969 September 3
Physical Description: 104'-238', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on “artists not in residence” program designed for performing artists.
WISC 333.3
On-site interviews, 1969 September 6
Physical Description: 239'-328', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on his agreement with Wisconsin law that contraception may not be taught in public schools.
WISC 333.4
Sports, 1969 September 22
Physical Description: 329'-383', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Willie Brown, Green Bay Packers player, on Packers win over Chicago Bears.
WISC 333.5
Public announcements, 1969 September 23
Physical Description: 384'-504', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man explains property tax bill received by homeowners.
WISC 333.6
On-site interviews, 1969 September 25
Physical Description: 505'-542', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on bill to reduce property taxes.
WISC 333.7
On-site interviews, 1969 September 25
Physical Description: 543'-642', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Milwaukee Mayor Henry Maier on financial problems facing cities that cannot be handled by a property tax base.
WISC 333.8
On-site interviews, 1969 September 25
Physical Description: 643'-696', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. McLean of American Cancer Society on fund raising campaigns falling short for cancer research.
WISC 333.9
News, 1969 September
Physical Description: 697'-759', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fire at University of Wisconsin--Madison Heating Station.
WISC 333.10
Public announcements, 1969 September 22
Physical Description: 760'-822', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on “Wonderful Wisconsin Week,” promotional campaign for Wisconsin attractions, ethnic festivals, etc.
WISC 333.11
Promotional materials, 1969 September
Physical Description: 823'-944', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Ahren's Cadillac Oldsmobile commercials.
WISC 333.12
Public announcements, 1969 September
Physical Description: 945'-1078', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: James T. Sykes, Dane County Supervisor, on Dane County Human Services doing what it can to help people after welfare. Charles M. Hill, head of We Care, describes the level of need in Dane County.
WISC 333.13
On-site interviews, 1969 September
Physical Description: 1078'-1163', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke on need for review of assessment procedures and a boundary review board. Mayor Henry Maier of Milwaukee on the welfare rights movement and how Milwaukee can hold out before welfare aid arrives.
WISC 334.1
Meetings, 1969 May 4
Physical Description: 0'-48', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Common Council.
WISC 334.2
Hearings, 1969 May 7
Physical Description: 49'-73', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Welfare rights hearing before legislative committee.
WISC 334.3
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 September 1
Physical Description: 75'-102', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on his proposal to call for a study on defense contractors.
WISC 334.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 September 1
Physical Description: 103'-140', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Labor Day festivities at Labor Temple.
WISC 334.5
Traffic accident reports, 1969 September 1
Physical Description: 141'-179', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Car with guard rail driven through windows.
WISC 334.6
Features (Newsfilm)/Openings, 1969 September 1
Physical Description: 179'-213', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Newly opened K-Mart. Shots of check-out counters.
WISC 334.7
Sports, 1969 September 1
Physical Description: 216'-265', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Ski jumping, using special straw-like mats instead of snow.
WISC 334.8
Features (Newsfilm)/Openings, 1969 September 8
Physical Description: 266'-307', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Newly opened K-Mart showing shoppers in various departments.
WISC 334.9
Public announcements, 1969 September 8
Physical Description: 308'-456', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Red Cross representative on fund drive for Hurricane Camille victims.
WISC 334.10
Sports, 1969 September 11
Physical Description: 456'-502', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin football game.
WISC 334.11
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 September 12
Physical Description: 503'-527', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin student registration at Armory.
WISC 334.12
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 September 15
Physical Description: 527'-562', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles greets Miss Wisconsin Teen-ager and Miss Sheboygan Teen-ager.
WISC 334.13
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 September 15
Physical Description: 563'-610', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Inspecting trees with Dutch elm disease.
WISC 334.14
Traffic accident reports, 1969 September 16
Physical Description: 610'-625', silent, color, positive 
WISC 334.15
News, 1969 September 1.8
Physical Description: 626'-671', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Badger Boys State convention at First Congregational Church.
WISC 334.16
Sports, 1969 September 20
Physical Description: 672'-690', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin-Oklahoma football game.
WISC 334.17
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 September 25
Physical Description: 690'-730', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Women being honored at gathering.
WISC 334.18
News, 1969 September 28
Physical Description: 731'-768', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Poor People's march from Milwaukee to State Capitol.
WISC 334.19
On-site interviews, 1969 September 29
Physical Description: 769'-849', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Participant in Poor People's march on effectiveness of such a demonstration. Demonstrators will be staying at State Capitol until needs of welfare recipients are met.
WISC 334.20
Features (Newsfilm), 1969
Physical Description: 850'-911', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles and Edwin Young tour University of Wisconsin Center facility (at Baraboo?).
WISC 334.21
On-site interviews, 1969 September
Physical Description: 912'-971', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Oscar Mayer & Co. employee on National Alliance for Businessmen's program to help students earn money for tuition.
WISC 334.22
News, 1969 September 5
Physical Description: 972'-1018', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mifflin Street Community Co-Operative store front. Sign in window reads: “500 people (mostly children) are in desperate need of breakfast tomorrow morning. Your immediate contribution will feed them.”
WISC 335.1
News, 1969 October 7
Physical Description: 0'-28', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Poor People's demonstration outside State Capitol.
WISC 335.2
On-site interviews, 1969 October 14
Physical Description: 29'-148', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on reaction to increase in property taxes.
WISC 335.3
On-site interviews, 1969 October 21
Physical Description: 149'-214', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews the Port Director of Milwaukee on changes to the Port of Milwaukee and how it has grown.
WISC 335.4
On-site interviews, 1969 October 22
Physical Description: 215'-259', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Larry Saunders on NAACP in the Madison area.
WISC 335.5
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 22
Physical Description: 259'-301', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin all-campus blood drive.
WISC 335.6
On-site interviews, 1969 October 30
Physical Description: 302'-439', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Monona Mayor Graf on Monona's growth.
WISC 335.7
On-site interviews, 1969 October 30
Physical Description: 440'-579', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on proposed city budget and the need for new revenue sources.
WISC 335.8
On-site interviews, 1969 October 31
Physical Description: 580'-598', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on Wisconsin becoming 45th state to adopt general sales tax.
WISC 335.9
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 31
Physical Description: 598'-686', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: School Halloween party.
WISC 335.10
Celebrity visits/Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 31
Physical Description: 686'-738', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Yogi Berra visits chocolate drink bottling plant.
WISC 335.11
Sports, 1969 October 31
Physical Description: 738'-808', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin vs. Michigan football game.
WISC 335.12
On-site interviews, 1969 October 31
Physical Description: 808'-841', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Yogi Berra on his baseball team's success.
WISC 335.13
Features (Newsfilm), 1969
Physical Description: 842'-947', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bill Cosby's University of Wisconsin homecoming show at the Field House.
WISC 335.14
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 947'-1001', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on a tour to be given to Cancer Association members at the McArdle Memorial Laboratory.
WISC 335.15
Features (Newsfilm), 1969
Physical Description: 1001'-1088', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Opportunity Center, a sheltered work place.
WISC 336.1
Awards ceremonies/Banquets, 1969 October 1
Physical Description: 0'-97', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Very large banquet; Alice in Dairyland present.
WISC 336.2
Banquets/Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 6
Physical Description: 98'-155', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Political fund raiser at Dane County Coliseum; Warren Knowles present.
WISC 336.3
News/Speeches, 1969 October 8
Physical Description: 156'-230', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Welfare mothers speaking before State Assembly and asking legislators not to cut welfare programs.
WISC 336.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 11
Physical Description: 230'-270', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin students celebrating [Wisconsin football victory?].
WISC 336.5
Public announcements, 1969 October 13
Physical Description: 271'-324', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man announcing kick-off of United Givers campaign.
WISC 336.6
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 21
Physical Description: 325'-415', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: World Dairy Exposition scenes.
WISC 336.7
On-site interviews, 1969 October 22
Physical Description: 415'-515', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man comments on activities at McArdle Memorial Laboratory. Lab does basic cancer research; it does not see patients.
WISC 336.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October
Physical Description: 515'-559', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin homecoming.
WISC 336.9
Speeches, 1969 October
Physical Description: 560'-625', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Women before State Assembly on their opposition to welfare cuts. Man voices his opposition to the Assembly meeting.
WISC 336.10
On-site interviews, 1969 October
Physical Description: 626'-677', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Attorney General Robert Warren on bill to fight organized crime.
WISC 336.11
On-site interviews, 1969 October
Physical Description: 678'-775', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Dr. Drake on sex education and SIECUS (Sex Information and Education Council of the U.S.). Dr. Drake is opposed to SIECUS, claiming it teaches sex education “amorally.”
WISC 337.1
News, 1969 October 7
Physical Description: 0'-55', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rally against poverty at State Capitol.
WISC 337.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 7
Physical Description: 56'-115', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dairy show and judging at Dane County Coliseum.
WISC 337.3
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 8
Physical Description: 117'-160', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rodeo at Dane County Coliseum. Diving horses perform.
WISC 337.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 8
Physical Description: 161'-260', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: More of dairy show at Dane County Coliseum. Alice in Dairyland makes an appearance. Visits to various trade exhibitors. [World Dairy Exposition?].
WISC 337.5
News/Speeches, 1969 October 8
Physical Description: 261'-297', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Welfare recipients address State Assembly on their opposition to welfare cuts.
WISC 337.6
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 9
Physical Description: 298'-337', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles greets East Asian visitors in his office.
WISC 337.7
”Sports, 1969 October 11
Physical Description: 338'-441', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin-Iowa football game. Wisconsin wins.
WISC 337.8
Political announcements, 1969 October 19
Physical Description: 442'-465', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on the sharp rise in unemployment. Inflation is rising as well.
WISC 337.9
Features (Newsfilm)/On-site interviews, 1969 October 22
Physical Description: 466'-517', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews students preparing for University of Wisconsin homecoming.
WISC 337.10
On-site interviews, 1969 October 26
Physical Description: 518'-590', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Port of Milwaukee director on types of cargo that go through the Great Lakes.
WISC 337.11
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 27
Physical Description: 591'-637', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Goodwill Industries. People sorting clothes.
WISC 337.12
On-site interviews, 1969 October 31
Physical Description: 637'-721', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on various tax sources and increases and the amount of taxes that go back to local governments.
WISC 337.13
Awards ceremonies, 1969 October 7
Physical Description: 721'-773', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke awards bravery citation to man who rescued two children from a house fire.
WISC 338.1
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 8
Physical Description: 0'-45', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Governor Warren Knowles with “smoking” mannikin used to demonstrate damage to lungs.
WISC 338.2
House fires, 1969 November 18
Physical Description: 46'-89', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fitchburg.
WISC 338.3
On-site interviews, 1969 October
Physical Description: 90'-164', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Political figure on fairness of television in reporting political events. He also speaks on what the Republican Party will need to do to be the majority party in the 1970s.
WISC 338.4
Press conferences, 1969 November 25
Physical Description: 165'-208', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Metropolitan School District's Board of Education representatives on Mayor Dyke's budget cut for schools. Board wants cuts restored.
WISC 338.5
On-site interviews, 1969 November 25
Physical Description: 208'-276', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. Lean on the problem of shoplifting.
WISC 338.6
Press conferences, 1969 November 25
Physical Description: 277'-524', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Metropolitan School District's Board of Education representatives on Board's opposition to Mayor Dyke's proposed budget.
WISC 338.7
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 524'-665', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke signs Fire and Police Dept. labor contracts. Firefighter Ed Durkin present. Dyke also comments on other pending labor negotiations.
WISC 339.1
On-site interviews, 1969 November 6
Physical Description: 0'-172', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on welfare program cuts in the state budget and how this affects amount state gets from federal government.
WISC 339.2
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 173'-315', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: George Reinke on where money comes from to run Dane County, and his comments on tax rates.
WISC 339.3
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 315'-435', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Representative of Burger King Corporation and community people on saving Mapleside Home, due to be torn down to put up Burger King.
WISC 339.4
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 436'-514', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke defends his proposal for the school budget.
WISC 339.5
On-site interviews, 1969 November
Physical Description: 515'-637', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Assemblyman Sykes on welfare demonstration and its effectiveness.
WISC 339.6
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 638'-685', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke gives his views on the Madison media.
WISC 340.1
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 November 1
Physical Description: 0'-72', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Veterans Day parade and wreath laying ceremony at State Capitol.
WISC 340.2
Press conferences, 1969 November 1
Physical Description: 72'-199', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on using wheel tax to help pay for purchase of the Madison Bus Co.
WISC 340.3
Political announcements, 1969 November 8
Physical Description: 200'-230', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on his proposed controls to curb defense spending.
WISC 340.4
On-site interviews, 1969 November 12
Physical Description: 231'-265', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man (CUNA International representative?) on teaching people in third world countries to pool their resoures and savings.
WISC 340.5
Studio interviews, 1969 November 14
Physical Description: 266'-335', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Rosenfeld comments on Madison's general hospital capacity. He feels space is adequate.
WISC 340.6
Studio interviews, 1969 November 2
Physical Description: 335'-419', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man (Republican senator?) on Vice President Spiro Agnew's speech deriding the media and on President Nixon's choice of Judge Clement F. Haynsworth for the Supreme Court.
WISC 340.7
Public announcements, 1969 November
Physical Description: 420'-470', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lt. Gov. Jack Olson gives Thanksgiving Day message.
WISC 340.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 November 3
Physical Description: 470'-508', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Picking Christmas trees for Salvation Army.
WISC 340.9
Sports, 1969
Physical Description: 509'-616', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin football game.
WISC 340.10
Studio interviews, 1969 November 14
Physical Description: 617'-699', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Rosenfeld gives proposals for less costly and more efficient hospital service. There is a need to end duplication of services.
WISC 340.11
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 700'-846', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke announces the writing of formal annexation policies and the closing of a federally funded development program.
WISC 340.12
News, 1969 November
Physical Description: 846'-876', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students leaving by bus for the Washington, D.C. moratorium march.
WISC 341.1
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 October 27
Physical Description: 0'-52', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Circus train unloads on John Nolen Drive.
WISC 341.2
On-site interviews, 1969 November 3
Physical Description: 53'-110', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lee Dreyfus (Chancellor of Wisconsin State University at Stevens Point) on black and white student involvement.
WISC 341.3
Press conferences, 1969 November 6
Physical Description: 111'-195', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on sale of Madison Bus Company to City of Madison.
WISC 341.4
On-site interviews, 1969 November 6
Physical Description: 196'-240', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on implied consent law.
WISC 341.5
On-site interviews, 1969 November 7
Physical Description: 241'-325', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews man on site for proposed power plant.
WISC 341.6
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 326'-353', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Yogi Berra on his baseball team's chances in World Series.
WISC 341.7
On-site interviews, 1969 November 13
Physical Description: 354'-414', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Sears sporting goods salesman on ski equipment.
WISC 341.8
On-site interviews, 1969 November 19
Physical Description: 414'-497', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on sources of energy pollution.
WISC 341.9
On-site interviews, 1969 November 21
Physical Description: 498'-612', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on contract agreements reached with unidentified city labor union.
WISC 341.10
On-site interviews, 1969 November 21
Physical Description: 613'-701', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Attorney General Robert Warren on organized crime.
WISC 341.11
Studio interviews, 1969 November 28
Physical Description: 702'-767', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gaylord Nelson on what kind of president Richard Nixon will be.
WISC 341.12
On-site interviews/Features (Newsfilm), 1969 November 28
Physical Description: 768'-825', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: National 4-H Congress in Chicago; woman interviewed by General Foods spokesman.
WISC 341.13
Studio interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 826'-882', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on new shoplifting laws.
WISC 341.14
Press conferences, 1969
Physical Description: 883'-1000', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Donation of Mapleside Home by Burger King to Taychopera Foundation. Exterior shots of Mapleside Home.
WISC 342A.1
Sports, 1968 November 6
Physical Description: 0'-38', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: High school football game.
WISC 342A.2
News, 1968 November 25
Physical Description: 39'-77', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: School redistricting plan is unveiled.
WISC 342A.3
Public announcements, 1968 December 3
Physical Description: 78'-122', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: District Attorney James Boll on reasons why no one has come forward to sign obscenity complaint against nude production of Peter Pan.
WISC 342A.4
Political announcements, 1968 December
Physical Description: 123'-250', optical, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire and his wife, Ellen Proxmire, on 1968 presidential election and how close it came to being decided by the Electoral College.
WISC 342A.5
Sports/On-site interviews, 1968 December
Physical Description: 251'-337', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin hockey coach Bob Johnson on UW's chances this season.
WISC 342B.1
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 November 1
Physical Description: 0'-50', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Goodwill Industries store.
WISC 342B.2
Features (Newsfilm)/Sports, 1969 November 4
Physical Description: 51'-96', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Shooting practice for hunters.
WISC 342B.3
On-site interviews, 1969 November 7
Physical Description: 97'-134', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Nuclear power plant plans.
WISC 342B.4
Openings, 1969 November 14
Physical Description: 135'-178', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: “Welcome to Fitchburg” celebration.
WISC 342B.5
On-site interviews, 1969 November 19
Physical Description: 179'-211', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on conversion to natural gas to cut down on pollution.
WISC 342B.6
Press conferences, 1969 November 27
Physical Description: 212'-251', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke proclaims week of November 23rd, 1969 as “Bible Week.”
WISC 342B.7
On-site interviews, 1969
Physical Description: 252'-279', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor William Dyke on Madison budget increases.
WISC 342B.8
Banquets, 1969 November 31
Physical Description: 280'-330, silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Arthur Godfrey at Governor's conservation banquet.
WISC 342B.9
Features (Newsfilm), 1969 November
Physical Description: 331'-359', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Veterans Day ceremony on Capitol Square.
WISC 343.1
On-site interviews, 1968 December
Physical Description: 0'-55', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gaylord Nelson on his opposition to DDT.
WISC 343.2
Press conferences, 1968 December 4
Physical Description: 57'-524', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin Athletic Board spokesman on black football players' grievances. Spokesman for black football players withholds comments until white players meet with Athletic Board. White football players comment on grievances.
WISC 343.3
On-site interviews, 1968 December 6
Physical Description: 525'-607', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on speaking and listening. Claims men are better listeners than women.
WISC 343.4
On-site interviews, 1968 December 10
Physical Description: 608'-768', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mr. Miller on increase in Social Security tax.
WISC 343.5
News/On-site interviews, 1968 December 16
Physical Description: 769'-852', silent and magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Shots of State Senate. Fred Risser on construction of state office buildings.
WISC 343.6
On-site interviews, 1968 December 23
Physical Description: 853'-910', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. James on shortages of medical doctors in rural communities.
WISC 343.7
Wire service, 1968 December 23
Physical Description: 910'-947', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Post Office Christmas rush.
WISC 343.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 December 27
Physical Description: 948'-1006', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Career conference sponsored by Madison Chamber of Commerce and UW Commerce Extension.
WISC 343.9
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 December 27
Physical Description: 1007'-1046', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Snowfall clean-up.
WISC 343.10
Man on the street interviews, 1968 December 31
Physical Description: 1047'-1146', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: People asked to name the best thing that happened to them in 1968.
WISC 343.11
News, 1968 December 10
Physical Description: 1147'-1212', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Farmhouse with police cars outside (crime scene?).
WISC 344.1
Public announcements, 1968 December 3
Physical Description: 0'-74', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: District Attorney James Boll on attempts to bring obscenity charges against nude production of Peter Pan.
WISC 344.2
Sports, 1968 December 11
Physical Description: 75'-124', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Milwaukee Bucks basketball.
WISC 344.3
Features (Newsfilm)/On-site interviews, 1968 December 12
Physical Description: 125'-168', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Postmaster on holiday mail crunch. Jerry Deane interviews.
WISC 344.4
On-site interviews, 1968 December 13
Physical Description: 169'-208', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on teaching listening skills to students.
WISC 344.5
On-site interviews, 1968
Physical Description: 209'-326', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Joseph Fagan on employment project for minorities called CITE - Community Involvement towards Employability.
WISC 344.6
On-site interviews, 1968 December 15
Physical Description: 327'-352', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on rising costs of construction.
WISC 344.7
On-site interviews, 1968 December 10
Physical Description: 353'-395', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on issues confronting 91st Congress: Vietnam War and surtax.
WISC 344.8
On-site interviews, 1968 December 16
Physical Description: 396'-431', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Fred Risser on space needed for state offices.
WISC 344.9
On-site interviews, 1968 December 16
Physical Description: 432'-546', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Eichman on how medical schools can alleviate doctor shortage in Wisconsin.
WISC 344.10
News, 1968 December 30
Physical Description: 547'-615', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gas station fire.
WISC 344.11
On-site interviews, 1968 December
Physical Description: 616'-657', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jerry Deane interviews Dane County Airport manager on airport expansion.
WISC 344.12
News, 1968 December
Physical Description: 658'-725', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Martin's Mens Store robbery. Interior shots of store as police conduct investigation.
WISC 344.13
Features (Newsfilm)/On-site interviews, 1968 December 15
Physical Description: 726'-788', optical, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Winner of 4-H contest at national 4-H convention in Chicago.
WISC 345.1
On-site interviews, 1968 December 4
Physical Description: 0'-28', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Proxmire on how historians will view Lyndon Johnson.
WISC 345.2
Press conferences, 1968 December 4
Physical Description: 29'-60', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Black athlete on outcome of hearing before the University of Wisconsin's Athletic Board on black students' grievances.
WISC 345.3
On-site interviews, 1968 December 6
Physical Description: 61'-146', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dane County Airport manager on future of airport.
WISC 345.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1968 December 16
Physical Description: 147'-170', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Architectural model of downtown Madison development.
WISC 345.5
Public announcements, 1968 December
Physical Description: 171'-215', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mayor Otto Festge's Christmas message.
WISC 345.6
On-site interviews, 1968 December
Physical Description: 215'-237', magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Fred Risser on recommendations for a state office building complex in downtown Madison.
WISC 345.7
On-site interviews, 1968 December 18
Physical Description: 237'-289', silent and magnetic, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Architect on his work for developing civic center complex (model shown in segment 4?)
WISC 500.1
On-site interviews, 1971 November 16
Physical Description: 0'-65', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Frank Mattone, city bus director, on whether or not cuts will be made on certain routes.
WISC 500.2
On-site interviews, 1971 November 18
Physical Description: 66'-181', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Teachers, Inc. and Madison School Board spokesmen on labor dispute between parties.
WISC 500.3
Features (Newsfilm), 1970
Physical Description: 182'-483', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: LaFarge, Wisconsin proposed dam on Kickapoo River. Rick Fetherston interviews a man who is in favor of dam.
WISC 500.4
Features (Newsfilm)/Man on the street interviews, 1971 December 31
Physical Description: 484'-670', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Pam Johnson on places families can go during the winter, including the zoo. Larry Saunders asks people at East Towne Mall if their holidays were good.
WISC 500.5
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 672'-1015', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Alfred Kennan on his hopes that his abortion clinic will open again.
WISC 500.6
Press conferences, 1970
Physical Description: 1016'-1049', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lutheran women on their involvement in women's issues.
WISC 500.7
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 1050'-1105', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Alderman Mike Birkley on drug advisory committee.
WISC 500.8
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 1106'-1222', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Rick Fetherston interviews man on the Dunn's Marsh controversy.
WISC 500.9
Speeches, 1970
Physical Description: 1223'-1321', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lloyd Barbee on need to change abortion laws. Other legislators and lobbyists speak on abortion.
WISC 501.1
Hearings, 1971 April 1
Physical Description: 0'-164', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Agriculture hearings in legislature.
WISC 501.2
Speeches, 1971 May 18
Physical Description: 166'-297', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey addresses joint session of legislature.
WISC 501.3
Press conferences, 1971 June 7
Physical Description: 298'-430', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Camp McCoy 3 supporters on their confrontation at Camp McCoy.
WISC 501.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1971 July 15
Physical Description: 431'-450', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gates of Heaven Synagogue being moved.
WISC 501.5
On-site interviews, 1972 February 9
Physical Description: 451'-547', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Police Chief Wilbur Emery on police coverage of beer and liquor taverns.
WISC 501.6
On-site interviews, 1972 February 9
Physical Description: 548'-647', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Legislator on 18 year olds voting.
WISC 501.7
On-site interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 649'-796', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Vietnamese Buddhist monk here to communicate desire of Vietnamese people for peace.
WISC 501.8
Hearings, 1970
Physical Description: 798'-1050', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Legislative hearings on aid to parochial schools.
WISC 501.9
Features (Newsfilm)/Dedications, 1971
Physical Description: 1051'-1117', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey dedicates Elroy-Sparta bike trail.
WISC 501.10
Features (Newsfilm), 1970
Physical Description: 1118'-1161', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Bake-off in WISC-TV studio.
WISC 501.11
Features (Newsfilm), 1970
Physical Description: 1162'-1227', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Triangle re-development. Bayview Apartments.
WISC 501.12
Speeches, 1971
Physical Description: 1228'-1291', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Patrick Lucey on state budget.
WISC 501.13
Features (Newsfilm), circa 1973
Physical Description: 1292'-1322', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Demolishing ceremony for building on Gilman Street.
WISC 503A.1
On-site interviews, 1970 January 5
Physical Description: 0'-239', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Assemblywoman Luckhardt on how she started in State Assembly. Assemblyman Huber assesses how the legislature is going. Assemblyman Nikolay on whether or not he will be a gubernatorial candidate.
WISC 503A.2
On-site interviews, 1970 January 6
Physical Description: 240'-364', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on airplane noise over Madison's east side.
WISC 503A.3
Press conferences, 1970 January 7
Physical Description: 365'-559', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke on necessity for management audit for better cost accounting.
WISC 503A.4
Press conferences, 1970 January 8
Physical Description: 560'-665', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: GOP State Chairman Reed Coleman on GOP in Wisconsin.
WISC 503A.5
On-site interviews, 1970 January 9
Physical Description: 667'-823', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Senators Rasmussen and Risser on public funds for parochial school. Rasmussen is opposed. Senator Risser comments on whether or not session will be extended.
WISC 503A.6
On-site interviews, 1970 January 13
Physical Description: 824'-1009', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Assemblyman Tommy Thompson on setting up Department of Family Medicine at UW. Another assemblyman states his opposition to funding for parochial schools, and Assemblyman O'Malley supports aid to parochial schools.
WISC 503B.1
On-site interviews, 1970 January 15
Physical Description: 0'-236', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Urban League's Nelson Cummings on the purpose of the Urban League. He also talks about Martin Luther King, Jr.
WISC 503B.2
Press conferences, 1970 January 19
Physical Description: 236'-271', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke on town islands.
WISC 503B.3
Candidacy announcements, 1970 January 23
Physical Description: 272'-402', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: State Senator Lorge announces he's running for U.S. Senate.
WISC 503B.4
On-site interviews, 1970 January 23
Physical Description: 403'-561', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Veterans Administration Hospital Director Dr. Merchant on changes to VA Hospital.
WISC 503B.5
On-site interviews, 1970 January 29
Physical Description: 563'-733', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Dr. Brown on long range plans for higher education enrollments.
WISC 503B.6
Features (Newsfilm), 1970
Physical Description: 734'-766', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Mapleside Home.
WISC 504A.1
House fires, 1970 January 5
Physical Description: 0'-51', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Monona trailer fire.
WISC 504A.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1970 February 9
Physical Description: 52'-101', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Water Works.
WISC 504A.3
On-site interviews, 1970 January 30
Physical Description: 102'-213', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on ORAP 200 program, a program for water pollution abatement.
WISC 504A.4
On-site interviews, 1970 January 15
Physical Description: 214'-299', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Assemblywoman Caroline Blanchard Allen does not feel discriminated against in the legislature.
WISC 504A.5
On-site interviews, 1970 January 15
Physical Description: 301'-350', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Nelson Cummings, Madison Urban League, on predictions for black people for next 25 years.
WISC 504A.6
On-site interviews, 1970 January 15
Physical Description: 352'-451', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Assemblyman gives his definition of town island, unincorporated land surrounded by annexed land.
WISC 504A.7
On-site interviews, 1970 January 15
Physical Description: 453'-495', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Nelson Cummings, Madison Urban League, on development of air park and possible job opportunities.
WISC 504A.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1970 January 17
Physical Description: 496'-554', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Graphic arts show at MATC.
WISC 504A.9
Features (Newsfilm), 1970 January 19
Physical Description: 555'-576', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Cold weather feature, jump starting cars.
WISC 504A.10
News, 1970 January 19
Physical Description: 578'-624', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Salvation Army fire.
WISC 504B.1
Press conferences/Candidacy announcements, 1970 January 22
Physical Description: 0'-227', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Robert Huber leaving gubernatorial race.
WISC 504B.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1970 January 23
Physical Description: 228'-280', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin students studying for exams.
WISC 504B.3
Graduation ceremonies, 1970 January 23
Physical Description: 281'-361', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: University of Wisconsin.
WISC 504B.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1970 January 24
Physical Description: 362'-449', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Air traffic control tower.
WISC 504B.5
News, 1970 January 24
Physical Description: 450'-496', silent, black and white, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Naval Reserve fire.
WISC 504B.6
On-site interviews, 1970 January 27
Physical Description: 497'-553', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Madison Superintendent of Schools Douglas Ritchie on the question of a financial crisis in Madison schools.
WISC 504B.7
News, 1970 January 27
Physical Description: 554'-578', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Protest at City-County Building. David Clarenbach among protesters.
WISC 504B.8
Traffic accident reports, 1970
Physical Description: 578'-622', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Gas truck rollover.
WISC 504B.9
News, 1970 January 30
Physical Description: 623'-723', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Father James Groppi leading Milwaukee welfare rights demonstration.
WISC 504B.10
Press conferences, 1970/01
Physical Description: 724'-933', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man on finding peaceful alternatives to war.
WISC 504B.11
Press conferences, 1970 January 30
Physical Description: 934'-1155', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Student running for school board. David Clarenbach speaks on resolution to have a high school student on school board.
WISC 505A.1
On-site interviews, 1970 February 13
Physical Description: 0'-169', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Space expert Dr. Tepper on possibility of future settlement of other planets.
WISC 505A.2
On-site interviews, 1970 February 16
Physical Description: 171'-330', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Man representing black law officers. He wants repressive tactics of courts and law enforcement to be changed.
WISC 505A.3
Banquets/Speeches, 1970 February 26
Physical Description: 332'-478', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Wisconsin Broadcasters Association salute to WHA on station's 50th anniversary. Speakers include James Robertson.
WISC 505A.4
On-site interviews, 1970 February
Physical Description: 479'-6662', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Lee Sherman Dreyfus interview with Jerry Deane. Dreyfus talks about his trip to Vietnam where he visited various schools.
WISC 505B.1
Candidacy announcements, 1970
Physical Description: 0'-223', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Herbert Grover on running for lieutenant governor.
WISC 505B.2
News, 1970 February 10
Physical Description: 224'-294', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles signs highway legislation.
WISC 505B.3
Press conferences, 1970 February 11
Physical Description: 295'-583', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: William Dyke or participation of TV stations in local government.
WISC 505B.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1970 February 11
Physical Description: 584'-675', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Car run by LP gas demonstrated.
WISC 505B.5
Press conferences, 1970 February 13
Physical Description: 677'-874', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Al Capp gives his opinions on Chicago 7 trial, student unrest, and other social issues. Calls student protesters “unhuman.”
WISC 506.1
News, 1970
Physical Description: 0'-74', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Scrap metal collection.
WISC 506.2
Features (Newsfilm), 1970
Physical Description: 75'-196', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Interview with Conservation Warden Dennis Jamieson.
WISC 506.3
Man on the street interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 196'-258', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Women asked how they feel about football.
WISC 506.4
Features (Newsfilm), 1970
Physical Description: 258'-315', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Students performing Asian Indian dance.
WISC 506.5
Features (Newsfilm)/Studio interviews, 1972
Physical Description: 315'-502', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: George McGovern and his wife visit Patrick Lucey at the State Capitol. Later McGovern is interviewed by Rick Fetherston.
WISC 506.6
Candidacy announcements, 1972 April 29
Physical Description: 503'-585', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Paul Soglin announces he is running for Madison mayor.
WISC 506.7
Features (Newsfilm), 1972 April 29
Physical Description: 585'-603', silent, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Brittingham Park marijuana smoke-in.
WISC 506.8
Features (Newsfilm), 1970
Physical Description: 603'-664', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Jill Giesler with “what's new at the U.” She visits the Stout State University carillon player.
WISC 506.9
Man on the street interviews, 1970
Physical Description: 664'-765', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Larry Saunders asks people if the economy will improve at home with the end of the war.
WISC 507A.1
News, 1970 February 9
Physical Description: 0'-93', silent and magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles signs new narcotics law. Robert Warren present.
WISC 507A.2
Political announcements, 1970 February 3
Physical Description: 93'-137', magnetic, color, positive 
Scope and Content Note: Warren Knowles signs impl