Motion picture journalists
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Bob Blair collection
Identifier: COD0000063-ACC 2013-0005
Scope and Contents The Bob Blair Collection documents the wartime activity of a civilian newsreel cameraman, providing information about the policies governing the work of civilian reporters covering the D-Day landings. The collection also provides photo documentation of life as a NBC news cameraman in the early days of broadcast news. These records document the high points of Blair’s work in television news. The Blair Collection also includes significant equipment holdings that demonstrate the physical nature...
Dates: 1920-1993; Majority of material found in 1943-1960
Harry and William Birch collection
Identifier: COD0000043-ACC 2012-0001
Scope and Contents Comprised of over 40 hours of motion picture film and video, photographs, paper records and equipment, this collection documents the careers of two distinguished news cameramen who were also father and son. Through home movies and photographs the collection provides rare insight into the personal lives of news cameramen from the silent and early sound period. It also provides a detailed look at life as a U. S. Army Signal Corp cameraman during World War II. The 16 mm film and video elements...
Dates: 1915 - 2011
Louis L. Hess collection
Identifier: COD0000105-ACC 2013-0012
Scope and Contents
Business records, photographs, motion picture film and other materials related to the activities of newsreel cameraman, audio engineer and journalist Louis L. Hess.
Paul Rubenstein collection
Identifier: COD0000010-ACC 1982-0001
Scope and Contents
This collection of 247 films is eclectic. It includes news footage, home movies, prints of major Hollywood productions, Castle films, Castle film distribution catalogs, and equipment. The bulk of the collection (137,125 feet) is on 16mm; a subset (1,642 feet) is on 35mm.