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Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject - Corporate is exactly "United States Navy"
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D-Day at Marathon

D-Day at Marathon

Date
1970 (circa)
Description
This film shows the construction of an artificial reef with the help of Goodyear and involved citizens of Marathon. It shows how tires are punched, squeezed and loaded with concrete. Navy LSM and private vessels are loaded with tires. All of them converge and begin dumping. There is underwater photography of tires hitting the bottom and sea life beginning to inhabit the tires. The film shows the Goodyear blimp Mayflower. Produced by Sonny Florida Productions.
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PLEASANT PORT EVERGLADES

PLEASANT PORT EVERGLADES

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
This film tells all about Port Everglades. It shows the types of shipping, dock facilities, warehouse and storage areas available at the port. Ships included are cruise liners, US Navy ships, a three-masted tall ship and the first commercial nuclear-powered ship (the Savannah ). Viewers also see an emergency "scramble" to put out a trash fire and demonstrate their efficiency. Produced by Fletcher Smith Studios of Fort Lauderdale; sponsored by the Port Authority.
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SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS/TEST BAN TREATY

SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS/TEST BAN TREATY

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
Sen. George Smathers interviews his sons Bruce and John Smathers. Bruce Smathers comments on the Alliance for Progress program and the success it is having in Argentina. He also praises the Peace Corps for their work in that country. John Smathers comments on the Test Ban Treaty with Russia and remarks on the US Navy, in which he is a cadet. Produced by the Senate Recording Studios.
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SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - BRUCE SMATHERS INTERVIEW

SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - BRUCE SMATHERS INTERVIEW

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
Sen. George Smathers interviews his son Bruce Smathers, future Secretary of State of Florida, on his career in the US Navy, underwater demolitions training and his future prospects for overseas deployment. He also comments on the conflict in Vietnam and America's obligation to support South Vietnam's "quest for freedom." Produced by the Senate Recording Studios.
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SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - JOHN SMATHERS INTERVIEW

SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - JOHN SMATHERS INTERVIEW

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
Sen. George Smathers interviews his son John Smathers regarding his tour of duty on a destroyer parked safely off the coast of Vietnam. John voices his support for the war effort and comments on the negative effects "Berkley-ites" and "Peaceniks" have on servicemen's morale when they exercise their constitutional rights to protest. Produced by the Senate Recording Studios.
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SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - POLARIS MISSILE PROGRAM

SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - POLARIS MISSILE PROGRAM

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
Sen. George Smathers introduces Admiral Hayward of the US Navy. Sen. Smathers mentions an approaching deadline for decision in the Berlin crisis. The Admiral exhibits a detailed scale model of the Navy's new Polaris Missile Submarine. He calls the submarine America's biggest deterrent against Russia. He also details the submarine's features and capabilities, clarifying that it is primarily an underwater vehicle. Produced by the Senate Recording Studios.
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TODAY'S TALENT, TOMORROW'S TORCH

TODAY'S TALENT, TOMORROW'S TORCH

Date
1965 (circa)
Description
An Air Force pilot, a Navy doctor, a math teacher and a Ph.D. at Florida State University are introduced as products of the Southern Scholarship Research Foundation. The film shows the program to provide free housing to students and viewers see FSU campus life in the 1960s. The film illustrates the responsibilities of house members, budget, menu, chores and cooperative living at its best. The students' voices narrate. Then, Dr. Mode L. Stone, FSU Dean of Education, appears at the Tallahassee Junior Museum and tells of his rural boyhood and how he began the foundation. Supporters of the foundation are shown and other programs are described. The film ends by showing one of the original students that inspired the program, who is now a rural teacher. Produced by McLeod Films; sponsored by the FDC and the Sears-Roebuck Foundation.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
D-Day at MarathonD-Day at MarathonArtificial reefs
Blimps
Boats
Tires
Rubber
Underwater photography
Wildlife
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PLEASANT PORT EVERGLADES PLEASANT PORT EVERGLADES Boating
Cruise ships
Infrastructure
Promotional films
Shipping
Tourism
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SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS/TEST BAN TREATY SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS/TEST BAN TREATY Cold war
Nuclear weapons
Politicians
Politics
United States-Foreign relations-Latin America
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SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - BRUCE SMATHERS INTERVIEW SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - BRUCE SMATHERS INTERVIEW Cold War
Politicians
Politics
Underwater demolition
Vietnam War
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SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - JOHN SMATHERS INTERVIEW SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - JOHN SMATHERS INTERVIEW Cold War
Politicians
Politics
Vietnam War
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SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - POLARIS MISSILE PROGRAM SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS REPORTS - POLARIS MISSILE PROGRAM Cold War
Politicians
Politics
Submarines
United States-Foreign relations-Soviet Union
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TODAY'S TALENT, TOMORROW'S TORCH TODAY'S TALENT, TOMORROW'S TORCH Higher education
Scholarship programs
Speeches
Student housing
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