Tag: United States Army
Nestled within the Italian Alps, in the small village of San Leonardo, behind the doors of an abandoned jail cell, sat some of the world’s most cherished pieces of art. Together with a nearby repository in Campo Tures, it was estimated that the hidden artwork was worth about 500 million dollars. That was in 1945. […]
Posted by Richard Green on February 6, 2014, under Motion Pictures, Photographs, Preservation, Reference.
The theme this week is Thanksgiving and the U.S. Military. Local Identifier: 165-WW-472A-7, “Thanksgiving cheer distributed for men in service. New York City turned host to the boys in service today and cared for every man in uniform”, Underwood and Underwood., ca. 1918 Local Identifier: 342-FH-3A-14796, “After receiving permission from the farm owner, these men, […]
Posted by Billy Wade on November 27, 2013, under Born-Digital Photography, Digitization, Photo of the Week, Photographs.
Have you ever wondered how moving images and sound recordings get declassified? The process isn’t as simple as you might think. Because our records are media based – film, video or audio – the review process takes a few extra steps. Agencies transfer classified moving images and sound recordings to NARA according to Records Control […]
Posted by Laurel on September 4, 2013, under Motion Pictures, Preservation.
Recently I was working on some film and video records from the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS) and came across an interesting news program. Television Journal was a program produced by AFRTS that reported and broadcast armed forces news to U.S. military installations around the world. This particular broadcast includes stories on Army […]
This week’s post is from Richard Green, an Archives Technician with the Motion Picture, Video and Recorded Sound Division of NARA’s Research Services. Richard is enrolled in the History and Library Science (HiLS) dual-degree graduate program at the University of Maryland. The assassination of Franz Ferdinand in the summer of 1914 sparked the beginning of World War I. […]
Posted by Richard Green on August 6, 2013, under Motion Pictures, Preservation, Reference.
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