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Video tapes

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Communications and Marketing Records

 Collection
Identifier: uar3.15
Scope and Contents The Communications and Marketing Records consists of alumni photographs, video tapes, student activity pamphlets, undergraduate bulletins, and community relations press releases. The majority of these records include photographs of university faculty, alumni, campus buildings, student organizations, campus life, and university events. The records also contain video tapes of university events, which include homecoming parades, sporting events, winter and spring commencements, and retirement...

Indiana State University Archives collection of videotapes

 Collection
Identifier: uac290
Scope and Contents The collection of videotapes brings together video records mostly created by and about Indiana State University.  The tapes cover a fair number of the speakers brought to campus through the Speaker Series.  The remaining tapes are either of a promotional or reporting nature.

Indiana State University Foundation video collection

 Collection
Identifier: uac259
Scope and Contents The Indiana State University Foundation video collection consists of videos and slide shows. The videos and slides depict campus events such as the Homecoming Parade and alumni dinners and awards. The remaining videos show a tandem bicycle race, interviews with Alumni Phone Center staff, and promotional material for the Indiana State University Foundation and College of Business.

James Edwards Gates Papers

 Collection
Identifier: uac140
Scope and Contents The James Edwards Gates Papers consists of the lexicography conference records. The lexicography conference series contains information about the lexicography conference, speakers, and information given to those who attend. Also contained within this series are audio tapes from the Lexicography Conference, information on a master’s program in Lexicography, research and finally, correspondence received by James Gates containing information about the conference.

John A. Crittenden Papers

 Collection
Identifier: uac136
Abstract John Crittenden a former political science professor at Indiana State University comprised a number of surveys including Watergate in 1974, the use of the student testing center and a study of why individuals refuse to fill surveys out. This collection also contains a number of recordings of John Crittenden spoke on in 1967 entitled “Speak Out.”

President John Moore Records

 Collection
Identifier: uar1.2.9
Abstract The John William Moore Collection was given to the University Archives by the Office of the President. The collection covers the years 1963-2001 with most of the material covering the years of Tirey's presidency 1992-2000. Many of the materials include information from President Moore's predecessor, Richard Landini, which were kept by the Office of the President. Series Description Administration and Organization These files solely deal with President Moore's day-to-day operations within...

Student Friends of the Library murder mystery collection

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Identifier: uac303
Scope and Contents The Student Friends of the Library murder mystery collection consists of video recordings, photographs, scripts, and participant response forms.  These items relate to the murder mystery events held inside the Cunningham Memorial Library between 2005 and 2007.  Titles for the scripts include "Murder in the library: an early retirement" and "Murder in the library 2: dying for a drink".  The videos depict scenes from "Murder mystery: a stiff in the stairwell" and "Murder in the library: an early...