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Collection of Forest Fire Prevention Television Film Spots
1970s television spots promoting fire safety and the prevention of forest fires
Duck and Cover (1951)
Government film made by the Federal Civil Defense Administration in 1951 teaches children what to do in t...
Let’s Face It (1955)
Government film made by the Federal Civil Defense Administration in 1955 to explain the destruction cause...
Manned Space Flight Quarterly Report No. 26, July-September 1969
Government film reporting on the success of Apollo 11, the first lunar-landing mission, and preparations ...
Now That the Dinosaurs are Gone (1974)
A film advocating the use of nuclear power as a solution to the world's growing energy needs.
Political Fundraiser with Senator Albert Gore (1956)
KTBC political telecast of a Democratic fundraising dinner at the Driskill Hotel in Austin, featuring Sen...
Power Unlimited (1971)
Government film explores the Navy’s use of nuclear power
Reaching for the Stars (1964)
1960s educational film about efforts to achieve a controlled thermonuclear reaction and uses for fusion e...
Target Austin
Cold War propaganda film produced by Austin’s KTBC that presents the scenario of a nuclear missile strike...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, March 20 - April 9, 1968
KHOU news clips from March and April 1968, including segments about “La Voz Latina” and NASA’s Mobile Qua...
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, November 18-23, 1965
KHOU news clips from November 1965, including segments about evangelist Billy Graham and an oversized Chr...
The Protected School (1965)
Government film profiling United High School in Laredo, TX that was built to double as a nuclear fallout ...
Windows in Time (1980)
Industrial film for the Electric Research Power Institute describing the development of energy technologies
“Peace, Little Girl” LBJ Campaign Ad (1964)
The controversial political ad made for Lyndon B. Johnson’s 1964 presidential campaign
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