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Hatfield Marine Science Center Videotapes, 1968-1998

Scope and Content Note

The Hatfield Marine Science Center Videotapes consists of eight VHS videotapes documenting the Center's research and public outreach programs. The tapes include a video transfer of a color, silent motion picture film of the construction and launch of the Totem buoy (circa 1968); a segment about the Marine Science Center broadcast on the November 11, 1986 KATU Two at Four program produced by KATU-TV in Portland, Oregon; two slide-tape programs (circa 1992) about the Center's research activities and public programs; and two copies of an 11-minute video tour of the Center (circa 1998). The collection also includes two videotapes produced by the Earth and Sea Investigators Program in 1994. One is a demonstration tape (5 min.) describing the program; the second is a recording of the April 28, 1994 broadcast on salmon migration.

An addition to the Hatfield Marine Science Center Videotapes (Accession 2014:016) is made up of four VHS videotapes collected by the Hatfield Marine Science Center. Two of the tapes document an interview with Captain Barry Fisher while the other two contain footage of the Guin Library dedication at HMSC in 1990 and a recording of a program produced by Oregon Public Broadcasting entitled "The Oregon Story-Fishing."


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