Gaylord Nelson Papers, 1954-2006 (bulk 1963-1980)

 
Contents List
Container Title
Subseries: Miscellaneous films
CB 038
[Gaylord Nelson-Negatives/ Outtakes] / [production company unknown], circa 1958
Physical Description: 1 reel of 1 (670 feet); sound; black and white; 16 mm archival negative 
Scope and Content Note: Negative outtakes primarily of Nelson's 1958 campaign for Governor. First section of the film is an address by Nelson to the State Assembly [?] and was probably shot after he became Governor. Also includes shots of Keith Hardie's campaign for state senator.
CB 034
[Governor Gaylord Nelson's Inauguration] / [production company unknown], 1959
Physical Description: 1 reel of 1 (455 feet); sound; black and white; 16 mm print 
Scope and Content Note: Nelson is sworn in as Wisconsin's new governor. Also present is an interview with Nelson the day after the election.
CB 035
[Nelson Campaign 1960-TV Spots] / Arthur Schultz Film Productions, 1960
Physical Description: 1 reel of 1 (650 feet); silent and sound; black and white; 16 mm print 
Scope and Content Note: Several promotional spots used by Nelson during his 1960 campaign for governor.
CB 037/AC 442
[Nelson campaign 1960 outtakes] / [production company unknown], United States, 1960
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (370 feet); silent; black and white; 16 mm archival positive (AC 442)
:   1 film reel of 1 (409 feet); sound and silent; black and white; 16 mm print (CB 037) 
Scope and Content Note: Outtakes from television spots and promotional clips used during Gaylord Nelsons 1960 campaign for governor.
AC 441
[Miscellaneous scenes of Gaylord Nelson] / [production company unknown], United States, [1960]
Physical Description: 1 film reel (206 feet); silent; black and white; 16 mm print 
Scope and Content Note: This film contains scenes of Gaylord Nelson at home with his family, in the State Senate Chamber, and on the road campaigning. Some of this footage was probably used in campaign commercials.
Note: See also DD 646.
AC 034/VBA 953
[JFK campaigning for president in the 1960 Wisconsin primary election] / [production company unknown], 1960
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (413 feet); silent; black and white; 16 mm print (AC 034)
:   1 videocassette of 1 (U-Matic) (circa 12 minutes); silent; black and white; 3/4 inch viewing copy (VBA 953) 
Scope and Content Note: John F. Kennedy campaigns across the state of Wisconsin prior to the Presidential primary in April 1960. Also includes footage of Jackie Kennedy with their daughter Caroline.
Note: Film is scratched throughout. Scratches on the Jackie Kennedy segment are especially numerous.
DD 640
[Governor's Press Conference] / WTMJ-TV, 1961
Physical Description: 1 reel of 1 (1074 feet); sound; black and white; 16 mm print 
Scope and Content Note: Newsmen Austin Vealmer, Ray Doherty, Perry Hill, and Jack Kreuger interview Governor Nelson about current social, political, and economic issues in Wisconsin.
DE 834/VBA 463
The Apostle Island region/ Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; Ashland and Bayfield County Boards, 1963
Physical Description: 1 reel of 1 (circa 1000 feet); sound; color; 16 mm print (print #11) Color faded, scratches (DE 834)
:   1 videocassette of 1 (U-Matic); sound; color; 3/4-inch viewing copy (VBA 463) 
Scope and Content Note: Examination of the history and physical make-up of the islands. Narrated by Edward P. Morgan, this film examines preservation from both the environmental standpoint and as a recreational opportunity. Included in the film is footage of John F. Kennedy's visit, where he spoke in favor of the territory becoming a national park. Technical Credits: Consultants, Harold Jordahl and Martin Hanson; photography by Martin Hanson and Stuart Hanish; editing and sound by ASH Film Productions; script by George Vukelich. Cast Credits: Narrator: Edward P. Morgan, introduced by Gaylord Nelson (Senator); guest: John F. Kennedy.
DD 632
Twentieth Century: Farmer-Feast or Famine?/ CBS News, circa 1965?
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (1071 feet); sound; black and white; 16 mm print 
Scope and Content Note: News film about the plight of the American farmer. Narrated by Walter Cronkite. Credits: Directed by Willard Van Dyke and Roger Barlow.
DD 630
Cedar Creek wetlands--pollution fight/ [production company unknown], 1966
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (850 feet); sound; color; 16 mm archival positive 
Scope and Content Note: Film about the conservation effort made by the people of Wisconsin to clean up Cedar Creek. Follows the fight against pollution from the time the problem was recognized to the final clean-up day, September 17, 1966, in Cedarburg, Wisconsin.
Note: May have been made by Libby McNeil and Libby Met-a-mold Inc.
CB 032
The defenders of wildlife : your yard, their sheep/ Defenders of Wildlife, 1966
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (525 feet); sound; color; 16 mm print 
Scope and Content Note: This film discusses the damage being done to the nation's public lands by commercial enterprises. The focus is on over-grazing sheep.
Note: Color faded
CB 024/CB 025-CB 026, CB 039
[International labor conference-Geneva, Switzerland] / WKOW-TV, [1966]
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (570 feet); 16 mm print (CB 024)
:   1 film reel of 1 (562 feet); 16 mm pos track (CB 026)
:   1 film reel of 1 (588 feet); sound; 16 mm magnetic track (CB 025)
:   1 film reel of 1 (744 feet); silent; black and white; 16 mm print (CB 039) 
Scope and Content Note: Senator Gaylord Nelson and Joe Floyd of WKOW-TV interview George Weater, U.S. government delegate to the Labor Conference. Senator Nelson also interviews Professor Stone of Beloit College about summer seminars in Geneva. CB 039 contains outtakes from the interview with Weater and miscellaneous footage of the conference. Cast Credits: Interviewers: Joe Floyd, Gaylord Nelson; guest: George Weater.
AC 429
[Badger Ordinance Pollution Film] / Producer? Fritz Albert, 1969
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (359 feet); silent; color; 16 mm print 
Scope and Content Note: A film of the Badger Army Ammunition Plant near Baraboo, Wisconsin, showing how much pollution it spilled into the air and water until an ordinance was passed to halt it.
DD 629
Looking for an Organic America/ Rodale Films, 1972
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (1,010 feet); sound; color; 16 mm archival positive 
Scope and Content Note: A look at farmers who have turned to organic farming. The film examines the economic and environmental problems that non-organic farmers are facing and compares high-tech factory farms to organic farms. Technical Credits: Producer, Burton K. Fox; photographers, Burton K. Fox, John Hoskyns-Abrahall, Winfred Scherner, Amanda Hoskyns-Abrahall, Bud Kerr. Cast Credits: Narrator: Robert Rodale (editor of “Organic Gardening”); special appearances by Eddie Albert, Gaylord Nelson.
CB 020
[Youth Conservation Corps] / Production company unknown, [circa 1973]
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (514 feet); color; 16 mm print (CB 020)
:   1 film reel of 1 (514 feet); sound; 16 mm magnetic track (CB 021) 
Scope and Content Note: Several young men from the Youth Conservation Corps in Wisconsin are interviewed to find out about camp life and their impressions of the Youth Conservation program.