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Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject - Corporate is exactly "Florida State University"
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Bobby Bowden

Bobby Bowden

Date
1977
Description
Football coach Bobby Bowden comments on his first season as head coach of Florida State University's football program. He shares his philosophy on coaching and comments on the hardships of the game on his family. He reflects on his early aspirations of playing and coaching football. The segment contains additional silent footage of the FSU football team practicing. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
Her Store / CPR by WFSU-TV, 1975

Her Store / CPR by WFSU-TV, 1975

Date
1975
Description
The staff of Her Store, a Tallahassee feminist bookstore and information center, celebrate their one year anniversary and staff comment on their accomplishments. The staff reports that local citizens have participated and shown their support. The film has additional silent footage of some of the shop's wares. The second part of the film features silent footage of an instructor training employees at Teletrom, Inc. in administering CPR. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
Interview with Women's Army Corps Captain Eleanor P. Hutchins, Tallahassee, 1957

Interview with Women's Army Corps Captain Eleanor P. Hutchins, Tallahassee, 1957

Date
1957
Description
This film begins with exterior shots of Florida State University (FSU). Then Katherine Warren, dean of women, interviews Captain Eleanor P. Hutchins, commanding officer at the Women's Army Corps (WAC) Detachment at Fort McPherson, Georgia. Hutchins discusses her career with WAC and how the liberal arts education she received from FSU prepared her for the Army. The interview concludes with Hutchins discussing the upcoming Summer College Program for juniors at Fort McClellan in Alabama.
Collection
Seminole Basketball

Seminole Basketball

Date
1989
Description
Reporter Dave Worth of the Florida News Service gives the recap of the February 16, 1989 basketball game between the Florida State Seminoles and the Louisville Cardinals. The game tied then went into overtime. Florida State took the lead, but Louisville scored a three-point shot at the buzzer, giving them the win by one point.
Collection
The Great Adventure: Universities Throughout Florida, ca. 1954

The Great Adventure: Universities Throughout Florida, ca. 1954

Date
1954 (circa)
Description
A high school student named "Bob" learns about Florida colleges and universities. The tour of schools starts in Tallahassee with scenes of Florida State University and Florida A and M University. The tour continues to the University of Florida in Gainesville, Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona Beach, Stetson University in DeLand, and Rollins College in Winter Park. At Florida Southern College there are shots of buildings designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Then at the University of Tampa the narrator describes the university’s new interpersonal and intercultural relations program. The last stop is the University of Miami. The film ends with “Bob” registering and taking a tour of an unnamed college in Florida. The projection print is a black and white copy. BA077 is the same film with slightly different scenes at the head and tail. Produced by Florida State Advertising Commission and Ball Productions of Miami.
Collection
Tomorrow's Treasures

Tomorrow's Treasures

Date
1967 (circa)
Description
This film begins with underwater scenes of a treasure chest and a sailboat moving through the water. This is followed with an introduction by Governor Claude Kirk, in which he describes the many advantages Florida has with regard to marine research and marine resources. The film goes on to list the many marine institutions and industries devoted to research and resources in Florida. Produced by the Florida Development Commission, and Advantage Inc., Ft. Lauderdale.
Collection
Westcott Fire FSU

Westcott Fire FSU

Date
Description
This silent footage shows a crowd gathered at the Westcott Building on the campus of Florida State University to watch firemen put out a fire that eventually destroyed the interior of the building. At one point in the footage, it appears that students are going in and out of the building. There are also shots of the building, and the fountain in front of it, following the fire.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Bobby BowdenBobby BowdenCollege sports

Florida State Seminoles (Football team)
Florida State University -- Football

Football coaches
Interviews
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Her Store / CPR by WFSU-TV, 1975Her Store / CPR by WFSU-TV, 1975Anniversaries
Feminism
Lifesaving techniques
Retail stores
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Interview with Women's Army Corps Captain Eleanor P. Hutchins, Tallahassee, 1957Interview with Women's Army Corps Captain Eleanor P. Hutchins, Tallahassee, 1957videoWomen and the military
Interviews
Higher education
Women soldiers
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Seminole BasketballSeminole Basketball/fpc/memory/omeka_images/video/thumbnails90px/seminolebasketball.jpg
The Great Adventure: Universities Throughout Florida, ca. 1954The Great Adventure: Universities Throughout Florida, ca. 1954College sports
Higher education
African American universities and colleges
Promotional films
Public institutions--Florida
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fvc921Tomorrow's Treasures Marine biology--Research
Oceanography--Research
Oceanographic research stations--Florida
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fvc903Westcott Fire FSUFlorida State University
Fire
Firefighters
Wescott Building (Florida State University)
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