Silent movie.; Highlights of Indiana College Hoosiers vs. College of Illinois Illini soccer recreation. Ultimate rating Indiana 28, Illinois 14.
The Muncie and Delaware County Movie and Movies digital assortment consists of digitized historic movies and movies in numerous codecs starting from circa 1913 to 1990. In an effort to offer documentation of vital occasions in and across the Delaware County, Indiana space, this uncommon footage is now obtainable on-line. Further movies and movies will likely be added to this assortment sooner or later.
This assortment of digitized movies contains footage in each black and white and coloration. Included are movies of a tour of Camp Chesterfield within the early 1970s; the Delaware County Council Boy Scout Honest on the Delaware County fairgrounds in 1965; the Westinghouse plant groundbreaking on November 5, 1959; a Delaware County, Indiana fireman demonstration that included hearth departments from the cities of Albany, Eaton, Union, Blountsville, Muncie, and Salem; the Delco Remy UAW strike involving the Anderson, Indiana plant and the Muncie, Indiana group over improved well being and security situations for employees through the 1970s; and the 1913 flood in Indiana that reached numerous counties alongside the White River, together with Delaware County, Indiana.
Additionally included are movies that had been performed by WLBC-TV, as part of a phase titled, “Week in Evaluate.” The station was created in 1953 by Don Burton. It carried all three main networks, primarily CBS, till the early 1960s when it turned a major NBC affiliate. WLBC-TV Channel 49 was offered in 1971 to an area non-profit group, who modified the station`s callsign to the present WIPB-TV. The station was ultimately acquired by Ball State College on October 31, 1971 and stays to be its current licensee.
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The Ball State College Digital Media Repository, a undertaking of Ball State College Libraries, accommodates over 250,000 freely obtainable digital sources, together with digitized materials from the Ball State College Archives and Particular Collections. For extra data: