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Benefits from Space (1969)
NASA government film about the Earthbound benefits of space travel, from scientific studies to advancemen...
Manned Space Flight Quarterly Report No. 21, April-June 1968
Government film reporting on preparations for the first manned Apollo mission and the Earth Resources Sur...
Negro Colleges in War Time
Educational film from the 1940s about how black universities contribute to the war effort
Oil Today, Power Tomorrow (1950)
Industrial film describing how oil is drilled and then turned into power
Our Texas Heritage (1963)
Educational film that tells the story of Texas from its earliest settlers to the early 1900s
Planning Parks for People
Educational film describing the park planning process necessary for creating a new state park in Texas
Prescribed Burning in the South
Government training film that dissects the process of prescribed burning to prevent forest fires
Sea Robin (1971)
Promotional film highlighting the Sea Robin pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico
Texas College of Mines, Part I (c. 1945)
Footage of campus life at Texas College of Mines c. 1945
The Big Bend Country, no. 2
Shot in the Big Bend area of west Texas in the late 1930s - shortly before the region's national park des...
The Big Job (1977)
1977 industrial film produced for Texaco to educate viewers about their offshore oil exploration efforts
The Coltman Collection, no. 21 - Westlake Hills Survey Project
Home movie scenes of an architecture survey project of the West Lake Hills area of Austin in the 1970s
The Ouida Whitaker Dean Collection, no. 11 - Student Film of Center (1975)
Student film featuring four short narratives
The Raiford H. Burton Collection, no. 2 - Texas Centennial and WWII Scrap Metal Drive (1930-43)
Home movie footage of the Burton family, the Texas Centennial Exposition, and a WWII scrap metal drive
The Sloane Collection, no. 17 - Aerial Scenes of the Freeport Channel
Aerial views of the Freeport Channel
The Southwestern States (1953)
1953 educational film describing the Southwestern United States
Twenty-Four Hours of Progress (1950)
Industrial film examining how important the oil industry is in the American economy
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