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1988
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Professor Dow Baxter Views His Own Footage at the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center, October 1958

Professor Dow Baxter Views His Own Footage at the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center, October 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1981
Caption
Watches Own Movies: Prof. Dow Baxter of the University views movies taken by him in Alaska. The Audio-Visual Center has several rooms for editing and review work of this kind.

Mrs. Lenore Garry and Mrs. Anita Phillips Work in the Shopping Room at the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center, October 1958

Mrs. Lenore Garry and Mrs. Anita Phillips Work in the Shopping Room at the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center, October 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1981
Caption
Shipping Room: Mrs. Lenore Garry (facing camera) and Mrs. Anita Phillips prepare several hundred boxes of films each day that are sent out throughout the state to schools, colleges, and other organizations and private interests.

Bob Davis and Frank Zimmerman Take Out and Put Away Films in the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center Storage Room, October 1958

Bob Davis and Frank Zimmerman Take Out and Put Away Films in the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center Storage Room, October 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1981
Caption
Storage Room: Most of the Audio-Visual Center's approximately 12,000 films are stored on these racks. Bob Davis (left) and Frank Zimmerman are kept busy taking out and putting back hundreds of film cans each day.

Students at Tappan use Audio-Visual Equipment from the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center, October 1958

Students at Tappan use Audio-Visual Equipment from the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center, October 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1981
Caption
Used Widely in Classes: Audio-Visual Education Center films are used throughout the state--such as here at Tappan Junior High School--for educational purposes and classroom study. Audio-Visual methods are being used more and more today.

Personnel in the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center's Production Studio, October 1958

Personnel in the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center's Production Studio, October 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1981
Caption
Production Studio: Audio-Visual Center personnel--(left to right) Assistant Director Aubert Lavastida, projection service Supervisor William Kelly and methods consultant Daniel Moore--are proud of this $200,000 studio where many films are made.

Mrs. Sonia Schwartz, Graphics Artist, Works on a Skin Bank Visual Presentation at the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center, October 1958

Mrs. Sonia Schwartz, Graphics Artist, Works on a Skin Bank Visual Presentation at the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center, October 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1981
Caption
Graphics Department: Mrs. Sonia Schwartz, graphics artist, works on a skin bank visual presentation--another in the form of educational services of the Audio-Visual Center.

Production Assistant Larry Taylor Edits a Film Strip at the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center, October 1958

Production Assistant Larry Taylor Edits a Film Strip at the University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center, October 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1981
Caption
Edits Film: Production Assistant Larry Taylor works on a film strip to edit and coordinate the sound track of a project worked out at the Center.