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Copy of the Film "People Along the Mississippi," 1952
MISC MSS 175
Table of Contents
- "People Along the Mississippi" was created in 1952 as an educational film (funded by Encyclopedia Britannica) to highlight to origins of communities and people living along the Mississippi River. This film was directed by Gordon Weisenborn and feature La Crosse and Onalaska, Wisconsin residents. This collection contains a VHS copy of the original film; this copy was created in 2002.
- Collection Title
- Copy of the Film "People Along the Mississippi"
- Date of Materials
- Call Number
- MISC MSS 175
- 0.02 cubic foot (1 folder)
- Language of Materials
- La Crosse Public Library Archives
[Identification of item], Copy of the Film "People Along the Mississippi," MISC MSS 175, La Crosse Public Library Archives, La Crosse, WI
La Crosse Public Library Archives 2013 July800 Main St.
La Crosse, Wisconsin, 54601
Access to Materials
This collection contains one VHS cassette; a use copy must be created prior to patron viewing.
The content of this recording and all associated film rights are owned by Iowa State University. No public screenings of this recording are allowed.
Donated by Doug Connell (Accession no. 2004.073)
Controlled Access Headings
- La Crosse (Wis.)--History
- Mississippi River
- Onalaska (Wis.)--History
- United States--Description and travel
1 VHS cassette created 2002-07-09; black-and-white; sound; approximate runtime: 28 minutes