48 second film clip, black & white/sound. From title frame: "Gruening Collection, 1961-1964". Film shows Ernest Gruening telling Philleo Nash that the problems of Alaskan Natives differ according to geographic location.
1 min, 23 sec film clip, color and black & white/sound. Footage includes boys and girls skating in groups, men and women figure-skating and playing on the Chena River by the Cushman Street bridge, and an outdoor hockey rink at Griffin Park.
1 min, 13 sec film clip, black & white/sound. Barbara Lindberg, being interviewed, talks about her memories of Weeks Field. The audio may come from an interview between Barbara Lindberg and Margaret Van Cleve on April 27, 1994.
103 second, black & white/sound film clip. From title frame: "Dec. 22, 1944 / National Archives Collection". Film shows aspects of the lend-lease act, including road construction, Russian, American, and Canadian military personnel, and...
Title taken from title frame. Frank Waskey, Alaska's first delegate to Congress, tells Senator Ernest Gruening about traveling to Washington in the early 1900's. 101-second film clip, black & white/sound.