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Image of A. V. Film Library - 1996-01-001.010.003

A. V. Film Library - 1996-01-001.010.003

"A. V. Film Library before moving to "old" Everett High School building - Spring 1961. C. W. Dalrymple - Director."

Image of Pattengill Junior High School Projectionist Club - 1996-01-001.010.024

Pattengill Junior High School Projectionist Club - 1996-01-001.010.024

"Projector 'pushing' by projectionist club, Pattengill Junior High School, 1958. The secondary audiovisual coordinators sponsored a 'projector' club in each school to assist in the AV programs. The pupils ran 'movies' and set up apparatus."

Image of Walnut Street School Fourth and Fifth Grade "Movie" Time - 1996-01-001.010.032

Walnut Street School Fourth and Fifth Grade "Movie" Time - 1996-01-001.010.032

"A class ready to view a 'movie' at Walnut Street School in November, 1955. The use of motion pictures as a teaching tool grew extensively during the 1950s. Filmstrips and television were also beginning to be used extensively as supplementary teaching devices."

Image of Audio-Visual Club, West Junior High School - 1996-01-001.010.045

Audio-Visual Club, West Junior High School - 1996-01-001.010.045

"Mr. Rex Gillen (center) instructing student operators at West Junior High School, 1958. A. V. coordinators in the secondary schools used student clubs to assist them in carrying on the A. V. programs. The pupils were valuable in setting up projectors and assisting teachers with projection and at the same time they learned responsibility and citizenship traits."

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Lansing YWCA Series 12: Audio-visual materials and objects - 2008-07-001.012

This series includes photographs, slides, reel-to-reel and cassette audio recordings, VHS video recordings, data disks (circa late 1990s-early 2000s data), framed photographs, bronze plaques, and various objects. Select items from this series have been digitized.

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Series Two: Lansing Poetry Club Readings, 1982 - 2017-07-004.002

This series contains digitized versions of a one-hour audio cassette recording the Lansing Poetry Club produced at Lansing Community College in 1982. The purpose of the recording, in part, was to memorialize deceased members. Both sides of the original cassette contained intro and closing music, and Side One includes a brief history of the club during the intro music. The music selections are not identified. Recordings are identified by the title of each piece and the author's name. In the introductory segment, narrator Jim Platte is identified as the producer. He states that 32 poets from the club either read poems or submitted their own to be read by him. Anne Hall Fishell and Elma Hodge