Publicity Films, Filmstrips, and Recordings, c. 1958-1966

Collection Overview

Title: Publicity Films, Filmstrips, and Recordings, c. 1958-1966

Record Series: 10/01/01 [Box 34-36]

Record Group:

10/01/01 University Relations Collection

Creator: ISTC/SCI

Date: c. 1958-1966

Extent: 3 boxes (1.25 linear feet)

Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa.

Language: Materials entirely in English.

Information for Users

Accessing the Collection:

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Scope and Content

This collection consists of publicity films and recordings made by the college c. 1958-1966.


Box 1

  • A Day in the Life (16mm film) [see also 06/03/21 A Day in the Life in UNI Archives]
  • The College Crisis & You (16mm film)
  • Faces and Fortunes (16mm film)
  • What Makes the Difference? – UNI President Maucker’s first television show. (two 32mm filmstrips, two 7” reel-to-reel audio tapes, three copies of 7” “What Makes the Difference” phonograph records). 
  • Five unidentified 7” acetate records
  • Tape “A” (reel-to-reel audio tape)
  • Tape “I” (reel-to-reel audio tape)

Box 2

  • Tape “J” – Prospective Teacher Day, November 9, 1961 (reel-to-reel audio tape)
  • Tape “L” – Dean Lang Rotary Talk, January 11, 1961 (reel-to-reel audio tape)
  • “KWWL – Building Needs, 1958” (two reel-to-reel audio tapes)
  • “Maucker – Building Needs, 1958” (reel-to-reel audio tape)
  • “How Reading is Taught” from J.B. Woodside, Superintendent of Fort McKinley School, Willoughby, Ohio (reel-to-reel audio tape)
  • Unidentified (reel-to-reel audio tape)

Box 3

  • Where We Stand (nine filmstrips, three 7” acetate records)
  • Where We Stand commentary for filmstrip (reel-to-reel audio tape)
  • Where We Stand brochures, 1966 (five copies)

Processing Information

Collection processed by UNI Archivist Gerald Peterson. Updated by Library Associate Dave Hoing, November 2017 and April 2018 and Archival Processor Tessa Wakefield, March 2020. Linear feet updated August 23, 2017.