An advertisement for 7 Up in which a narrator named Eloise talks about her routine for preparing lunch and a 7 Up before talking on the phone. Still sketches of Eloise by cartoonist George Clark accompany the narration. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for 7 Up in which an offscreen male narrator lists a variety of situations that are perfect for drinking the product, such as sightseeing, friend gatherings, barbecues, etc. Shots of 7 Up bottles in different home and recreational settings are interspersed with stock footage from silent-era movies. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for 7 Up in which an offscreen male narrator describes how the product quenches the thirst of suburban homeowners over various scenes of silent-era movie footage. Interspersed among the silent movie scenes are shots of family-size 7 Up bottles sitting in a fridge or standing on a table with glasses for serving. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for 7 Up in which an offscreen male narrator describes how the product is perfect for teenagers in various school and recreational settings. Shots of 7 Up bottles in beach, homework, and party contexts are interspersed with stock footage from silent-era movies. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for 7 Up chronicling a woman's life through still stencil portraits as she grows up from 1929 (the year that 7 Up debuted) through the early 1960s, set to the song "Thank Heaven for Little Girls." The ad concludes on an image of the woman entering a maternity ward, while an offscreen narrator urges the viewer to "stay tuned" to part two to find out whether she gives birth to a boy or girl. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
Part two of a two-part advertisement for 7 Up chronicling a woman's life through still stencil portraits from her birth in the early 1940s until her marriage in the 1960s, set to the song "Thank Heaven for Little Girls." An offscreen narrator describes how 7 Up has served three generations of consumers since 1929. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
24x7 short presentation at Open Repositories 2015 (OR2015), the 10th International Conference on Open Repositories, Indianapolis, Indiana, in session P3A: Integrating with External Systems. Includes question and answer period at end for this presentation and the two 24x7 presentations that preceded it in session P3A.
Friesner, Brittany, Pasternak, Jesse, Shanahan, James
In episode 46, we're joined by Brittany Friesner, associate director of the IU Cinema, and Jesse Pasternak, a junior at IU and the co-president of the Indiana Student Cinema Guild, to discuss the Oscars, why they're important, and their impact on our culture.
Meeting of the 9/11 Commissioners and a discussion of their report and its legacy, seven years after its publication. Includes questions from the moderator, Ken Bode, directed to members of the committee. These comments are sourced from the general public as well as other sources. Each question is responded to by an number of commission members in turn.
Footage documenting Bailey's travels to the Canary Islands circa 1971. Shows the seaside landscape and cliffs of Lanzarote. Bailey boards a plane leaving Lanzarote and films and view from the window, including shots of Mount Teide.
Shows the Catholic tradition of the Blessing of the Fleet. Priests stand on a dock and bless a fleet of shrimp boats as they sail by while surrounded by a crowd of locals and parishoners. Unknown location, possibly Gulf Coast, South Carolina, or Georgia.
A large collection of folk songs, ballads and tales; many of the songs were written by Larry Gorman and Joe Scott. Also included are fiddle tunes, poetry, and interviews with loggers and the performers.
A large collection of folk songs, ballads and tales; composers include Joe Smith, John Calhoun, Joe Scott and Larry Gorman. Also included are fiddle tunes, clog dance music, poetry, harmonica music, and interviews with loggers and the performers.
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Home movie taken circa 1965 in an unknown location, likely in Illinois. Shows corn fields next to a large silo. Close-ups of the corn show it is ready for harvest with brown silks. Shows a man working on a tractor in a nearby field.
Brazilian folk music from Brazil and Dahomey. Descriptive information presented here may come from original collection documentation. Please note collections of historical content may contain material that could be offensive to some patrons.
The Daily Mail news correspondent Hugh Tomas and Jeffery Bligh provides live coverage of the Mariner 4 satellite and its mission to take pictures of Mars. The commercial advertises the Daily Mail’s ability to provide live coverage of news events 6,000 miles away and that their field correspondents who are oversea can have their article in the paper the following morning.
Home movie footage of a voyage from Cincinnati to New Orleans that Bailey took aboard the steamboat Delta Queen in early 1968. An article about her experience, "Last Call for the Delta Queen River Cruise," was published in the New York Times in May 1968. The film primarily shows the scenery as the boat cruises down the river and members of the crew working on the ship (including the captain manning the bridge). Features the Delta Queen's calliope as passengers gather to listen. Bailey herself takes a turn at the instrument. On shore, the film documents stops at historic antebellum homes, including McRaven and Oak Alley Plantation. The footage is not edited in chronological order.