Leslie and Steven film

Guide to Leslie and Steven film

Collection number: HMC-0341.
Creator: unknown.
Title: Leslie and Steven film.
Date: 1960.
Volume of collection: 0.2 cubic feet.
Language of materials: Materials in this collection are in English.
Collection summary: Home movie footage of tourists who visited Anchorage.

Biographical note:
Unavailable at this time.

Collection description:

The collection contains an 8mm color film of Steven’s (last name unknown) visit to Alaska in 1960. Alaska-related subjects of the film include: aerial views of Southeast Alaska; the Seward Highway; Portage Lake and Portage Glacier; Hatcher Pass; Inupiat dancers and drummers in parkas, as well as a brass band, performing in front of the sign for the Guilded Cage Curio Shop of the Alaska Crippled Children’s Association, in Anchorage; the Fourth of July Parade on Fourth Avenue in Anchorage; and the Ship Creek area of Anchorage. Parade participants included U.S. Army troops, tanks, various floats, children, and a girls’ drill team. Other footage shows a small girl, Leslie, dancing with scarves in a yard on Victoria Avenue (city unknown); a man and woman and two boys with a kennel of dachshunds in front of their travel trailer; and people camping and fishing at various lakes, rivers, and streams.

Arrangement: The collection is arranged in original order.

Alternative formats: The collection includes one videocassette copy of the film, and a MiniDV digital master tape of the film.

Digitized copies: This collection has not been digitized. For information about obtaining digital copies, please contact Archives and Special Collections.

Access restrictions: Access is restricted to the VHS reference copy of the film.

Rights note: Archives and Special Collections does not have copyright to this collection.

Preferred citation: Leslie and Steven film, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Acquisition note: This collection was purchased via Internet auction in 2003.

Processing information: This collection was described by Jeffrey Sinnott in 2003. The guide to the collection was converted to current standards by Anna Leinweber in 2018.

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