Archive for 'Audio Recordings'
Today we’re debuting our new name! From now on, the blog of the National Archives’ Special Media Services Division will be known as The Unwritten Record. We’ll feature the same great content—film, photographs, videos, sound recordings, and other non-textual records from the National Archives’ holdings– just with a new and improved name! Media Matters was fine, […]
Posted by Audrey Amidon on July 17, 2014, under Audio Recordings, Born-Digital Photography, Conservation, Declassification Quarterly Reports, Digitization, Electronic Records, Fun Films, Maps, Military, Motion Pictures, Photo of the Week, Photographs, Posters, Preservation, Reference, Universal News Collection, Video Recordings.
Decades after the Roswell Incident people are still fascinated by it. Last October we wrote about National Archives moving image holdings relating to Project Blue Book and unidentified flying objects (UFOs). In addition to Project Blue Book we also have records relating to the alleged UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. The U.S. […]
In an effort to provide information on recently declassified motion pictures and sound recordings the Motion Picture, Sound and Video Branch will publish a quarterly list of newly declassified records. This quarter’s list includes sound recordings relating to former Marine Sergeant Jon M. Sweeney who was a prisoner of war (POW) in Southeast Asia from […]
Posted by Laurel on July 1, 2014, under Audio Recordings, Declassification Quarterly Reports, Motion Pictures.
“I have received this afternoon a message from the Japanese Government…” At 7 pm on August 14, 1945, President Harry Truman stood before reporters gathered at the White House and announced the unconditional surrender of Japan. The Pacific War was over. Although the formal signing of the terms of surrender ending World War II would not occur until September 2nd, the […]
Posted by Carol on August 13, 2013, under Audio Recordings, Motion Pictures, Photographs, Preservation, Reference.
Today’s guest blogger is Heidi Holmstrom. Heidi works in the Motion Picture Preservation Lab, which is responsible for performing conservation and preservation work on motion picture records held across the National Archives. There are many sound systems that have been used for motion picture films over the years. Some of the earliest relied on […]
Posted by Carol on March 28, 2013, under Audio Recordings, Digitization, Motion Pictures, Preservation, Reference.
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