Finding Aid for the Edmund S. Muskie Papers, Series XV: Moving images 1948-2000 | MC105.15

Summary Information

Repository
Edmund S. Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library
Creator
Muskie, Edmund S., 1914-1996
Title
Edmund S. Muskie Papers, Series XV: Moving images
ID
MC105.15
Date [inclusive]
1948-2000
Extent
383.0 Items 269 reels 114 videocassettes
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult archives staff.
Language
English

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Edmund S. Muskie papers, Edmund S. Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library, Bates College.

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Series Overview

*Note: This is a finding aid for part of the Edmund S. Muskie Papers. An overview of the entire collection is available here.*

This series contains films and videotapes related to Muskie, including campaign spots, speeches, public appearances, television interviews, congressional and federal executive agency hearings on federal pollution control legislation, educational films and family home movies.

Collection Arrangement

This series is organized into two subseries by format: motion pictures (films) and videotapes.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

 Edmund S. Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library

70 Campus Avenue
Lewiston, Maine, 04240
207-786-6354
muskie@bates.edu

Access Restrictions

Materials are stored in a separate building. Please discuss your research needs with staff ahead of your visit, if possible.

Copyright Notice

The collection is the physical property of Edmund S. Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library. Bates College holds literary rights only for material created by College personnel working on official behalf of the College, or for material which was given to the College with such rights specifically assigned. For all other material, literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. Researchers are responsible for obtaining permission from rights holders for publication or other purposes that exceed fair use.

Processing Information

Processed by Archives Staff

Encoded by Michelle Belden, 2013

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Collection Inventory

Motion pictures (films) 1948-1980   269.0 Items

Scope and Content

269 16-mm and 8-mm films. The films include campaign spots, speeches and other public appearances by Muskie and other political figures, television interviews, congressional and federal executive agency hearings on federal pollution control legislation, educational films and Muskie family home movies.

Arrangement

The films in this series were accessioned and processed in three groups: No. 1 through 184 were accessioned and arranged with the original accession; Nos. 185 through 236 were accessioned and arranged with the records received from the estate of Jane Grey Muskie. Films numbered 237 and higher were accessioned at later dates.

Films within the first two groups (1-184 and 185-236) are arranged chronologically, although both groups encompass the same time periods. Films in the third group were added as they were accessioned.

Film No. 1: Impacts of economic development/improvements on Maine; new industries and jobs; agriculture, new schools and teachers, and highway system to Bangor. Contents: Narrator presents Edmund S. Muskie [ESM] as a "state of Maine" family with scenes from his Rumford home and camp on China Lake. Also promotes his election to U.S. Senate with clips of ESM at Maine Papers Co. Date: 1958. Length: 20 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 3: Same issues as no. 1, with more emphasis on agriculture (beef, dairy, and poultry). Contents: Clips of events in no. 1 in addition to ESM engaged in informal talks with dairy, beef, and poultry farmers. Date: 1958. Length: 5 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 4: Same issues as nos. 1-3. Contents: Similar clips; ESM explains candidacy for U.S. Senate because of interest in Maine and the people. Date: 1958. Length: 5 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 5: Maine highways, welfare, institutions and programs for conservation. Contents: ESM speaks on economic problems from his office. Date: 1958. Length: 5 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 8: Maine/economic hardships. Contents: Personal message from ESM explaining his candidacy for U.S. Senate. Date: 1958. Length: 45 seconds. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 10: National welfare and impact on Maine. Contents: ESM. Date: 1958. Length: 45 seconds. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 12: "Governor Muskie" ferry christening. Contents: Shows ESM speaking on the ferry, surrounded by family and others in celebration. Date: June 30, 1959. Length: 2 minutes and 30 seconds. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 13: Social Security. Contents: Sen. John F. Kennedy introduces Mr. and Mrs. MacNarmara, who is retired and cannot live on Social Security with his wife's medical bills. Kennedy proposes new program to increase Social Security. Date: 1960. Length: 1 minute. Color: Black and white. Client: Citizens for Kennedy. 

Film No. 14: Federal aid to education bill. Contents: Shows news headline: "Nixon Vote Defeats Senate Bid to Increase Aid to Education"; campaign rally, question and answer session with Kennedy on education policy. Date: 1960. Length: 1 minute. Color: Black and white. Client: Citizens for Kennedy. 

Film No. 15: Urban problems. Contents: Sen. John F. Kennedy on issues of housing, schools, teachers, streets, population, etc.; explains why a department of urban affairs is needed for success. Date: 1960. Length: 1 minute. Color: Black and white. Client: Citizens for Kennedy. 

Film No. 16: Elder care. Contents: Sen. Kennedy, as Democratic nominee for the presidency, speaks on problem of medical care for older citizens. He supports a bill for independent retirement plans to help with medical expenses. Date: 1960. Length: 1 minute. Color: Black and white. Client: Citizens for Kennedy. 

Film No. 17: Rising cost of living. Contents: Sen. John F. Kennedy attributes this to the current administration's reliance on high interest rates. He feels government must establish economic price stability. Date: 1960. Length: 4 minutes. Color: Black and white. Client: Citizens for Kennedy/Johnson. 

Film No. 18: John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign rally in Lewiston via Portland. Contents: No sound in middle--shows a sign: "REGISTRATION DUNFEY FAMILY BUISNESS ASSOCIATES/GUIDED TOURS OF EMH 4-7 PM." After 7 minutes of Kennedy and his wife Jackie greeting the crowd at the Portland Jetport (with ESM) and participating in a rally, the sound returns after the sign flashes. ESM explains that there is a caravan from Aroostook/Franklin County heading to Lewiston to see JFK/ESM; then rally. Date: 1960. Length: 8 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 19: Opening for Jacqueline Kennedy's Asian Travelogue. Benefits of U.S. Information Agency (USIA) as a vital arm of U.S. foreign policy. Contents: ESM speaks on Jacqueline Kennedy's visit to India/Pakistan as guest of Premier Jawaharlal Nehru and President Mohammed Ali Khan. Also he says that the U.S. needs effective media to deliver U.S. messages and pinpoint the successes of democracy. Date: 1961. Length: 1 minute and 45 seconds. Color: Color. Client: USIA for the Foreign Audience. 

Film No. 20: Jacqueline Kennedy's Asian journey; Asian history, present events, and famous people. Contents: Introduction by ESM. Brief review of Indian history; New Delhi; third election in 12 year old republic; over 100 million voters in free election. March 12, 1962: new session of Parliament opens. Dr. Regendra Presahd, first democratically elected successor to India's past heads of state. On this day Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy arrives with sister and U.S. Ambassador Kenneth Galbraith. Also shown: U.S. embassy; modern architecture and Indian motifs to reflect New and Old Worlds and friendship between U.S. and India; Jaipur (1728), the "pink city"; Akbar the Great (1569), Taj Mahal as emperor's monument, Gandhi's Memorial Museum, Aras the Great, Alexander of Macedonia, Ghengis Khan, Tamuref Samarkand, a modern ritual celebrating young tradition in ancient city of Lahore; Ninth Annual Pakistani National Horse/cattle Show and President Ayub. Date: 1961. Length: 30 minutes. Color: Color (very pink). Client: U.S. Information Agency for foreign audience. 

Film No. 21: A Thousand Days: A tribute to JFK. John F. Kennedy funeral procession with brief biography. First man to land man on moon and return; arms control/nuclear test ban treaty. Fall 1962: response to Russian missile emplacements in Cuba; Latin American, education and the Peace Corps. Contents: Funeral, Chief Justice Earl Warren, and Adlai Stevenson speak on President Kennedy; clips of his inaugural speech; biography; Lyndon B. Johnson. Date: 1964. Length: 30 minutes. Color: Black and white. Narrator: Richard Basehart. Music: Elmer Bernstein. Producer: David L. Wolper. 

Film No. 22: Thirty-sixth Annual Rehabilitation Conference. President Jay Moor states goals: liberalize pensions for disabled unemployed veterans, more funds for veterans hospitals, and equalization of pensions; annual Maine Lobster Feast. Contents: George Friedman, American Legion Department Commander of Maine, and Bill Rogers join ESM and Maine delegation for the event. After 5 minutes, welcome to ESM; Jim Day, American Legion public relations director; Chauncy Robins; U.S. Representative Clifford McIntire (3rd District, Maine); and president of National Press Club for Maine Lobster Feast at Legion post. Date: 1959. Length: 10 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 23A: Senate Democratic Issues Conference; policy machinery; space exploration; politics (John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Stuart Symington); Maine elections (Frank M. Coffin, Lucia Cormier). Contents: Interview of ESM by Tom _____. Date: 1960. Length: 15 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 23B: Saturday Evening Post features Maine lobsterman; beauty of Maine coast for vacationers. Contents: ESM speaking and hypnotizing a lobster. Date: 1960. Length: 2 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 24A: Taxes (income and excise); tax history; enforcement and inspectors; automatic data processing. Contents: Margaret Chase Smith and ESM interview Mortimer Caplin, Commissioner of International Revenue. Date: 1962. Length: 12 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 24B: Billie Sol Estes case; cotton acreage hearings. Contents: ESM speaking at desk. Date: 1962. Length: 2 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 25A: Sale of wheat to the Soviet Union; surplus, storage cost, balance of payments, sales by other countries; payment terms; benefits for American agriculture. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: 1963. Length: 2 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 25B: Explanation of Valachi hearings on organized crime; need for new laws, wiretapping and immunity. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: 1963. Length: 2 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 25C: ESM cosponsorship of civil rights bill; also support of nuclear test ban treaty with adequate safeguards. Contents: ESM speaking, one minute on each. Date: 1963. Length: 2 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 25D: Discussion of nuclear test ban treaty. Contents: ESM talking with Amb. Averill Harriman. Date: 1963. Length: 15 minutes. Color: Black and white. approval. Contents: ESM and interviewer at desk. Kennedy has just given go-ahead. Date: 1963. Length: 10 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 25E: St. John-Passamaquoddy tidal power project's effect on Maine (economic development, cost of living); peaking power, size of market, and necessity; talks with Canada, congressional 

Film No. 26A: Election of Democratic majorities in Maine legislature; need for cooperation, moderation, restraint. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: 1964. Length: 2 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 26B: Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and Dow Air Force Base closings; disagreement with Kittery decision; possible alternative uses for Dow. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: 1964. Length: 5 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 26C: Sugar beet acreage allotment for Maine as result of team effort: growers, ARA, MIBA, Great Western Sugar. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: 1964. Length: 3 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 26D: Announcement of candidacy for reelection to U.S. Senate; quotation from Joshua Chamberlain. Contents: ESM speaking at lectern. Date: 1964. Length: 3 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 27A: Senate-House conference on Dickey-Lincoln bill; opposition of private power companies; support for urges passage. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: 1965. Length: 3 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 27B: Water pollution bill: states have chance to set standards, then Federal government takes over. Also highway beautification, billboards. Contents: ESM interviewed by Frank Fortune, Washington correspondent for WBEN, Buffalo. Date: 1965. Length: 15 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 27C: Clean Air Act of 1963; field and technical hearing in 1964; S. 306 now pending, to control auto exhaust by fall 1967. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: 1965. Length: 3 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 27D: SCORE program of Small Business Administration. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: 1965. Length: 1 minute. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 27E: Maine Heart Association. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: 1965. Length: 1 minute. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 28: Polish Millennium stamp ceremony; Sen. Mansfield mission; water pollution legislation; historic preservation of Capitol. Contents: "Let's Look at Congress"; Frank Fortune, Washington correspondent of WBEN, Buffalo, interviews ESM. Date: 1966. Length: 15 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 29: Maine Heart Association. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: 1967. Length: 1 minute. Color: Black and white 

Film No. 30A: Maine Heart Association. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: [1963] Length: 1 minute. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 30B: ARA approved loan for sugar beet refinery; cooperation of federal, state and local governments. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: [1963]. Length: 3 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 30C: Department of Agriculture hearing on sugar beet allotment. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: [1963]. Length: 3 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 30D: Revival of interest in civil defense; public fallout shelters for defensive strength. Contents: ESM talking with Stewart Pittman, assistant secretary of defense for civil defense. Date: [1963]. Length: 5 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 30E: ARA approved technical assistance grant to Sugar Beet Growers Association; hearing in December on allotments. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: [1963]. Length: 2 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 30F: Letter to U.S. Secretary of Commerce Luther Hodges suggesting sale of Maine poultry and potatoes to USSR; Gov. John Reed's objections. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: [1963]. Length: 3 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 30G: S. 649, Water Quality Improvement Act, passed by U.S. Senate. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: [1963]. Length: 4 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 30H: Russian fishing fleet in North Atlantic; territorial waters; possible spying; air service to New England. Contents: ESM interviewed by Anne Correg (?) Date: [1963]. Length: 5 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 31: Honoring President Harry S. Truman; support for Democrats in this year's elections. Contents: ESM speaking to group meeting in South Carolina via television. Date: 1970. Length: 2 minutes. Color: Color. 

Film No. 36: Educators for Johnson-Humphrey; Johnson record on education. Contents: Teacher speaking. Date: 1964. Length: 1 minute. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 38: ESM and President Lyndon B. Johnson (no sound.) Contents: White House conversation: ESM and President Johnson. Date: [1964]. Length: 45 seconds. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 39: Muskie nominating speech for President Lyndon B. Johnson; seconding speech. Contents: Introduction by Speaker of the U.S. House John McCormack; speech; John Moss introduction of Sen. J. William Fulbright. Date: 1964. Length: 10 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 40: Muskie nominating speech for President Lyndon B. Johnson. Contents: ESM speech seconding nomination of Lyndon B. Johnson for president. Mentioned: Deputy majority whip of U.S. House of Representatives John E. Moss of California and Sen. J. William Fulbright. Introduction of Rep. John McCormack. Date: 1964. Length: 10 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 41: Johnson administration; Program for Prosperity, new jobs, new industry, conservation, pollution control, economic opportunities act, tax cuts, budget, unemployment, inflation, Passamaquoddy, Medical Care Insurance. Contents: Up to 75,000 people gathered in City Hall Plaza; President Lyndon B. Johnson and ESM shake hands with crowd, Mrs. Johnson present; ESM speech and introduction of President Lyndon B. Johnson, who then introduces Lady Bird Johnson. President Johnson recognizes Kenneth Curtis and William Hathaway. Date: 1964. Length: 50 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 42: Prelude to hearing on Clean Air Act; pollution/federal aid, motor vehicle problems, and sulfur emissions. Contents: ESM speaks on air pollution and need for designing policy, also need for federal grants in aid to stimulate programs and improve existing ones. Date: 1964. Length: 1 minute 30 seconds. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 43: Clean Air Act of 1963, amendment in 1965 for auto emissions and Air Quality Act to allocate more funds over next 3 years for research. Contents: President Lyndon B. Johnson's press conference to discuss pollution legislation; proposes removal of sulfur from fuel and appeals for 12 consumer bills. Date: 1967. Length: 15 minutes. Color: Color (green). 

Film No. 44: It's Your Decision; Clean Water (Soap and Detergent). President Lyndon B. Johnson signs Clean Air Act. Contents: Lack of usable water attributed to people, prosperity, and products. Secondary sewage treatment will work with the help of Public Health Service, Federal Water Pollution Control Administration and U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Date: 1966. Length: 15 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Soap and Detergent Association and League of Women Voters of U.S. 

Film No. 45: Beware the Wind. Smoke and smog pollution. Contents: Narrator starts with "In the beginning" and lists man's technological advancements and how they have polluted water and air. Narrator: Robert Preston. Date: 1967. Length: 15 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Airlie Production (GWU), grant from U.S. Public Health Service. 

Film No. 46: Ill Winds on a Sunny Day. Public Works Committee. Revised report on pollution and lung disease (emphysema). Contents: US Senate 89th Congress, 2nd Session; Subcommittee on Air and Water Pollution members shown, Sen. Jennings Randolph of West Virginia speaks on problem of air pollution in U.S. Dr. Richard J. Reese of Air Pollution Programs for Colorado speaks on public health. Dr. Harold Brown (Missoula, Montana) speaks on health risks. ESM, chair of Subcommittee on Air and Water Pollution, speaks on legislation with Sen. Caleb Boggs of Delaware. Date: 1966. Length: 30 Minutes. Color: Color. Narrator: James Garner. Author: Patricia Sugrue. 

Film No. 48: Ed Muskie: Man from Maine. Muskie Biography (Sid Aronson). Importance of vice presidency and Muskie's qualifications. Contents: Citizens speak on the importance of vice presidency, narrator refers to ESM as the "Man from Maine," Jane speaks of his people skills, Ned (7), Melinda (11), Martha (9), Steve (19), Ellen (18) are shown. Date: 1968. Length: 15 minutes. Color: Color (pink). Sponsor: Citizens for Humphrey/Muskie. 

Film No. 51: Vietnam. Contents: Vietnam moratorium speech to students at Alumni Gymnasium, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Date: 1969. Length: 10 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 52: Senate reelection. Contents: ESM considering presidential race. Date: 1970. Length: 2 minutes. Color: Color. 

Film No. 53: "Muskie Election Eve." Contents: ESM replies to Nixon's statements. Date: 1970. Length: 15 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Sponsored by Committee for National Unity. 

Film No. 54: Ed Muskie of Maine. Biographical film for campaign. Contents: ESM, Lucy Muskie, Josephine Muskie, Lucille Abbott, Jane Muskie. Produced by Sidney R. Aronson, assistant producer; Jack Freeman; Fucci-Stone Productions, ed. Date: 1970. Length: 30 minutes. Color: Color (pinkish). Client: Paid for by Citizens for a Better Maine. 

Film No. 56: "Continental Classroom #31: The Structure and Functions of American Government." Democratic and Republican parties, development of alliances. Contents: ESM, with Professor Peter Odegard (conductor). Date: 1961. Length: 25 minutes. Color: Color (greenish). Client: Sponsored by Olin, Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing, and RCA. 

Film No. 57: Peace Corps, 1961 News Conference. Contents: Introduction by ESM, narrated by Dave Garroway. Pres. Kennedy speaks. Produced by the Peace Corps Office of Public Affairs. Date: 1963. Length: 30 minutes. Color: Color (very pink). 

Film No. 58: "Road to the Wall." History of Communism. Contents: Introduction by ESM, narrated by James Cagney. Historical footage. Date: 1963. Length: 48 minutes. Color: Black and white. Client: CBS Films: Directorate of Armed Forces Information and Education. Damaged. 

Film No. 59: Radical right in Southern California, extremism, Communism. Contents: Cecil Brown speaks; Allan Nerins interviewed. Date: [1964]. Length: 42 minutes. Color: Black and white. Client: National Education Television and KCET, Los Angeles. 

Film No. 60: Rep. Sam Rayburn, Berlin wall, Latin America, nuclear testing, fallout shelters, civil defense. Contents: TV news conference with senators at University of Washington Centennial Convocation and banquet. ESM, Sen. Gale McGee (Wyoming), E.L. (Bob) Bartlett (Alaska), Henry Jackson (Washington), and Steven Young (Ohio). Date: 1961. Length: 25 minutes. Color: Black and white. Client: Charles Herring, producer. 

Film No. 61: History of peace efforts from 1960. Increased military power, Berlin crisis, Cuban missile crisis, ban on aboveground nuclear testing, Peace Corps, Tonkin Gulf Resolution, Alliance for Progress. Contents: Lyndon B. Johnson; narrated by Richard Basehart. Date: [1964]. Length: 20 minutes. Color: Black and white. Client: David L. Wolper, producer; Democratic National Committee. 

Film No. 62: Ferdinand Marcos in Philippines. Contents: Interview with Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos. Date: [1969]. Length: 25 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 63: Campobello Island, history of Roosevelt family. Date: 1969. Place: Roosevelt Campobello International Park. Length: 20 minutes. Color: Color (very pink). Client: Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission, edited by William Fucci, produced by Sidney Aronson. 

Film No. 64: "Spare Color Open and Close for the Eagle's Talon." Introduction and Prologue. Contents: ESM. Date: 1962. Length: 3 minutes. Color: Color. 

Film No. 65: In support of education bond issue re University of Maine building construction. Contents: ESM. Date: August 1970. Length: 1 minute, 30 seconds. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 66: Speaking for Maine Heart Association. Contents: ESM. Date: August 1964. Length: 30 seconds. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 67: Americans for Children's Relief (Biafra). Contents: ESM. Date: 1969. Length: 30 seconds. Color: Color. Client: Americans for Biafran Relief. 

Film No. 68: U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Place: WABI studio, Bangor. Length: 20 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 68B: Still of Muskie. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Place: WABI studio, Bangor. Length: 2 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 69: U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Place: WABI studio, Bangor. Length: 30 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 69B: Still of Muskie. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Place: WABI studio, Bangor. Length: 2 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 70: ESM seconding President Lyndon B. Johnson's nomination at Democratic National Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey. Continues to same spot as in nos. 68 and 69. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 3 minutes. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 71: U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Place: WABI studio, Bangor. Length: 10 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 72: Muskie #101. U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 10 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 73: Muskie #102. U.S. Senate reelection spot; same words as in no. 72, different picture angle. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 10 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 75: Muskie #105. U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 5 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 77: Muskie #201. U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 15 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 78: Duplicate of no. 77 (with presidents). 

Film No. 81: Muskie #203. U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 10 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 84: Muskie #204. U.S. Senate reelection spot; natural resources bill. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 10 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 86: Muskie #205. U.S. Senate reelection spot (QUOTE 1). Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 10 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 88: Muskie #206. U.S. Senate reelection spot (hearing issues). Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 10 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 90: Muskie #602. U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 30 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 92: Muskie #603. U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 30 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 94: Muskie #604. U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 30 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 96: Muskie #605. U.S. Senate reelection spot (war). Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 30 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 98: Muskie #606. U.S. Senate reelection spot (Lisbon Falls). Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Place: WABI studio, Bangor. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 101: U.S. Senate reelection spot; same as no. 68. Contents: ESM. Length: 20 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 108: Muskie #105. U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 5 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 112: Muskie #202. U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 20 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 114: Muskie #203. U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 20 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 121: Muskie #602. U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 20 seconds. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 123: Muskie #603. U.S. Senate reelection spot. Contents: ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 1 minute. Color: Black and white. Client: Muskie for Senate Committee. 

Film No. 131: Muskie fireside chat; Maine resources, education, and industrial development. Contents: ESM. Date: 1955. Length: 10 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 132: Meet the New Senators (reel 1). Class of 1958 freshman U.S. senators. Contents: Sen. Bartlett, Byrd, Howard Cannon, Thomas Dodd, Ernest Gruening, Vance Hartke, Kenneth Keating, Gale McGee. Introduction by Walter Cronkite. Date: 1959. Length: 30 minutes. Color: Black and white. Client: CBS. 

Film No. 133: Meet the New Senators (reel 2). Class of 1958 freshman U.S. senators. Contents: Sen. Gale McGee, Moss, ESM, Winston Prouty, Jennings Randolph, Scott, and Stephen Young. Date: 1959. Length: 20 minutes. Color: Black and white. Client: CBS. 

Film No. 134: 1958 campaign for U.S. Senate; economic development. Contents: Fisherman, farming, and family shots (no sounds on family). Date: 1958. Length: 20 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 135: Soviet hydroelectric development; general tour in USSR. Airport interview with ESM on return by WCSH-TV (Soviet education, industry, and potatoes in Boston). Contents: Sen. Frank Moss (Utah). Others on subcommittee: Sen. Ernest Gruening (Alaska), and ESM. Bratsk Dam on Angara River, Irkutsk, and five other locations. Scenes of Soviet life. Date: 1959. Length: 30 minutes. Color: Black and white. Client: Special U.S. Senate subcommittee of Interior and Public Works Committee. 

Film No. 136: A President's Visit. President John F. Kennedy's visit to University of Maine. Speech on Cuban missile crisis, peace with USSR. Contents: Introduction by UMO President Lloyd Eliot. Welcome by Gov. John Reed. Introductions by ESM, Rep. Stanley R. Tupper, Rep. Clifford G. McIntire, and Sen. Margaret Chase Smith. Preparation, arrival, speech, degree, and departure. Date: October 19, 1963. Length: 30 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Public Information Department, University of Maine. 

Film No. 137: Interview with ESM at his cottage on China Lake; his life and career. Contents: Harry Marble; ESM. Date: 1964. Length: 15 minutes. Color: Black and white. Notes on canister : “20 minute interview with Harry Mrble (WGAN newsman) China Lake, 1964” 

Film No. 138A-F: Maine election issues. Contents: ESM, JGM, a narrator; Maine scenes. Date: 1970. Length: 13 minutes. Color: Color (bluish). Client: Citizens for a Better Maine. 

Film No. 139: Interview with ESM. Vietnam, poverty, race relations, United Nations, foreign aid, national goals. Contents: Harry Marble; ESM. Date: 1967. Length: 30 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 140: Vietnam debate at Democratic National Convention. Contents: ESM speaks for proposed plank of platform. Date: 1968. Length: 10 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 141: JGM, campaign. Henry Magnuson on TV, ESM as possible vice president or president; JGM at home and in campaign. Contents: Henry Magnuson; JGM, Melinda, Martha, Ned; JGM at campaign reception (no sound on JGM portion). Date: 1968. Length: 15 minutes. Color: Color. 

Film No. 142: ESM's nomination and acceptance as vice presidential candidate with Hubert H. Humphrey. Contents: Introduction by Walter Cronkite, taped news conferences by ESM and Humphrey. Sen. Fred Harris (Oklahoma) nomination speech; ESM acceptance speech. Date: 1968. Length: 35 minutes. Color: Color. 

Film No. 143: Welcome home rally on election night (last part campaign shots with no sound). Contents: Short speech by ESM, then questions and answers; JGM, Ned, and Ellen appear. Date: 1968. Length: 20 minutes. Color: Color. 

Film No. 145: Webhannet news conference. News conference after nomination with Maine reporters (parts with no sound). Oceanography, Dickey-Lincoln, fourth parties, and coming election. Contents: ESM; Maine reporters. Date: 1968. Length: 10 minutes. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 146: Face the Nation. President Lyndon B. Johnson, polls, bombing-halt request, Hubert H. Humphrey, Nixon-Agnew, Wallace-LeMay, Abe Fortas nomination to U.S. Supreme Court. Contents: ESM interview by George Herman, Martin Nolan, and Robert Pierpoint. Date: October 1968. Length: 30 minutes. Color: Color. Client: CBS. 

Film No. 147: Close Up. Interview on 1968 campaign. Topics: youth protests, divisions in country, education, materialism, satisfactions of campaign. Contents: Joseph McCaffrey; ESM. Date: November-December 1968. Length: 30 minutes. Color: Color (pink). 

Film No. 148: George Herman-ESM interview. Scenes from campaign: student spokesman from Washington-Jefferson College; anti-Wallace hecklers; campaign speeches; JGM remarks. Questions and answer session with ESM. Contents: George Herman; ESM. Date: 1968. Length: 10 minutes. Color: Black and white. Client: CBS News. 

Film No. 149: Doubts and Certainties: USA. Economic problems, military spending, ESM as Catholic and target of other candidates, McCarthyism, campus unrest, Vietnam war, voting age. Contents: Gerald Priestland; ESM. Date: 1969. Length: 28 minutes. Color: Color (pink). Client: BBC-TV. 

Film No. 150: Election eve speech. Answer to President Richard M. Nixon: law and order, violence and unrest, inflation, politics of fear and politics of trust. Contents: ESM. Date: 1970. Length: 25 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Committee for National Unity. 

Film No. 151: Muskie biography. Contents: ESM, JGM, etc. Date: 1970. Length: 30 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Citizens for a Better Maine. 

Film No. 152: Muskie biography. Contents: ESM, JGM, etc. Date: 1970. Length: 30 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Citizens for a Better Maine. 

Film No. 153: Part of Muskie biography. Contents: ESM in canoe. Date: 1970. Length: 1 minute (no sound). Color: Color. Client: Citizens for a Better Maine. Notes on canister: “S.A. films – ‘Muskie of Maine’ -/Sect. 16 mm color internegative.” 

Film No. 154: Early news film and clips from Telenews Maine, United Press, and Movietone News. Contents: ESM, JGM, Muskie family, Willis Trafton, Adlai Stevenson, Burton Cross, Frederick Payne, Clinton Clauson, Horace Hildreth, Margaret Chase Smith (elections); turnpike opening; Blaine House; Senate Democrats; Hubert H. Humphrey, Eugene McCarthy, Sam Rayburn, and President Lyndon B. Johnson; President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy; President Harry S. Truman; carousel opening, Shirley Jones; hunting and cooking in camp; and Maine Christmas tree for Rockefeller Center. Date: 1954-1960. Length: 35 minutes (no sound). Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 155A: ESM visiting post office or factory. Contents: ESM. Date: 1970. Length: 3 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. 

Film No. 155B: ESM in various Maine locations. Contents: ESM visiting A.G.E. Food Services; hospital, airport; scenics and flowers; customs inspection; and canoeing. Date: 1970. Length: 10 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. 

Film No. 156: Short film clips for campaign television (10 seconds to 1 minute). Contents: ESM speaking, narrator, or Maine people. Maine scenes, groups. Date: 1970. Length: 8 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Citizens for a Better Maine. Notes on canister: “A-color negative ; B-opt. track” and “SA films-‘Muskie selected spots’” 

Film No. 157A: Short film clips for 1970 campaign or biographical film (10 seconds to several minutes). Contents: Maine scenes and groups. ESM speaking, family, picnic, Allagash, and parade. Date: 1970. Length: 37 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. Client: Citizens for a Better Maine. 

Film No. 158: Short film clips for campaign television advertisement. Contents: ESM with people, alone; Allagash, canoeing. Date: 1970. Length: 16 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. Client: Citizens for a Better Maine. Notes on canister: “ ‘Muskie spots’ 60, 20, 30 sec 16 mm orig. color reversal A and B rolls.” 

Film No. 159: Short film clips for campaign television advertisement. Contents: ESM with people. Date: 1970. Length: 12 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. Client: Citizens for a Better Maine. Notes on canister: “Muskie spots” (60/30/20 sec spots) 16 mm original color reversal A and B rolls and track” ‘ 

Film No. 160A: Rumford High School graduation commemoration. Contents: ESM speaking. Date: 1970. Length: 5 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. Client: Sid Aronson. 

Film No. 160B: Gubernatorial inaugural ball. Contents: Receiving line, dancing. Date: 1955. Length: 5 minutes (no sound). Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 160C: ESM in Maine. Contents: Veterans cemetery, Maine Maritime Academy, golf, canoeing. Date: 1970. Length: 5 minutes (no sound). Color: Color.Client: Sid Aronson. 

Film No. 160D: Ed Muskie. Contents: Various title boards. Date: 1970. Length: 2 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. Client: Sid Aronson; Citizens for a Better Maine. 

Film No. 160E: Graduation, JGM, golf. Contents: ESM and JGM speaking, ESM golfing. Date: 1970. Length: 10 seconds (no sound). Color: Color. Client: Sid Aronson. 

Film No. 160F: Elections; Maine Telenews. Contents: Voting. Date: 1954. Length: 10 seconds (no sound). Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 161A: Interviews. People talk about ESM. Contents: School principal, barber, ESM's former teacher, mother. Date: 1970. Length: 18 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. Client: Sid Aronson. 

Film No. 161B: News film from United Press, Movietone News (Same as part of no. 154). Contents: ESM, Sen. Margaret Chase Smith, Adlai E. Stevenson, Jr., Dean Rusk, Christian Herter, Hubert H. Humphrey, President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy, President Lyndon B. Johnson, G. Mennen Williams, Rep. Sam Rayburn, President Harry S. Truman, Averill Harriman; opening of Carousel with Shirley Jones, ESM, JGM; hunting; early elections (Fredrick Payne, Clinton Clauson, Horace Hildreth, Neil Bishop, Burton Cross; Christmas tree; John F. Kennedy as president). Date: 1954-1960. Length: 20 minutes (no sound). Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 162: Interview with JGM; ESM in Maine. Contents: Kennedy Park (Lewiston) rally; Poland, Winthrop, plane; interview with JGM, picnic, ESM at lake. Date: 1970. Length: 12 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. Client: Sid Aronson. 

Film No. 162: Early news footage from UP, Telenews Maine. Contents: Burton Cross, Sen. Margaret Chase Smith, ESM, Willis Trafton, Frederick Payne, Clinton Clauson, Horace Hildreth, Adlai E. Stevenson, Jr.; Old Orchard, family, news headlines, inauguration. Date: 1954-1959. Length: 25 minutes (no sound). Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 163: Interviews and graduation. Speech at Stephens High School, Rumford graduation, plaque naming Muskie auditorium, interviews with sister, mother, teachers. Scenes at nursing home, veterans cemetery, parade. Contents: ESM, sister, mother, teachers. Date: 1970. Length: 40 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. 

Film No. 164: Dedication of Maine Veterans Cemetery, Winthrop High School band in Memorial Day parade, ESM speaking to young people, ESM playing golf. Contents: ESM, Gov. Kenneth Curtis. Date: 1970. Length: 25 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. 

Film No. 164B: Speech at Maine Maritime Academy graduation; tour of John Perkins house restoration. Contents: ESM. Date: Circa 1970 Length: 25 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. 

Film No. 165A: Steve and Alexis Muskie's wedding. Contents: Wedding and reception. Date: 1970. Length: 13 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. 

Film No. 165B: Steve and Alexis Muskie's wedding; other scenes. Contents: Wedding and reception. Date: 1970. Length: 13 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. 

Film No. 166: Steve and Alexis Muskie's wedding. Contents: Wedding (outdoors). Date: 1970. Length: 15 minutes (no sound). Color: Color (very green). 

Film No. 167: ESM in canoe, interview outside cabin, handshaking in Lewiston (Kennedy Park, Lisbon Street). Date: 1970? Place: Lewiston, Maine. Length: 10 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. Client: Sid Aronson. 

Film No. 168: ESM early years (high school photos), interviews, Rumford, Waterville dress shop, ESM's family, signing autographs, fishing and picnic. Contents: ESM and family. Date: Circa 1970 Length: 20 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. 

Film No. 169: Reception, rally (Kennedy Park, Lewiston), art show, Muskie family in pool, event in Poland, handshaking and signing autographs, baked bean dinner. Contents: ESM and family. Length: 18 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. 

Film No. 170A: Lobstermen, family cook-out, old newspaper clippings, men loading logs, speech to veterans group, small plane travel. Contents: ESM and family. Date: 1970? Length: 17 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. 

Film No. 170B: Logging with horses, nature shots, ESM at graduation, veterans group, ESM, JGM and Steve Muskie voting. Contents: ESM, JGM and family. Date: Circa 1970 Length: 23 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. 

Film No. 171: Dedication of plaque, swimming, Allagash canoe trip, cook-out. Contents: ESM, Donald E. Nicoll. Date: Circa 1970 Length: 16 minutes (no sound). Color: Color. 

Film No. 172: Campobello: The Outer Island. Beauty of nature on the island. Contents: Nature film. Date: 1972. Length: 15 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission; Sid Aronson, producer. 

Film No. 173: Campobello: Beloved Island. Story of Roosevelt family on the island; last part is same as no. 172. Contents: Roosevelt story. Date: 1969 and 1972. Length: 20 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission; Sid Aronson, producer. 

Film No. 175: Inauguration. ESM first inauguration as governor; speech on industrial development, pollution, education, health and welfare, building program. Contents: ESM sworn in by Sen. Robert Haskell; attending: Muskie family, Burton Cross, Gov. Percival Baxter, David Nichols, Willis Tafton. Second part is inaugural ball, no sound. Date: 1955. Length: 20 minutes. Color: Black and white. Client: WGAN-TV, Portland. Peter Damborg, commentator. Nunzi Casavala, announcer. 

Film No. 176: Spot for 1976 reelection campaign. Federal budget, fight against waste in government, environmental projection and new jobs, tax reform. Contents: ESM in Washington; Maine scenes. Date: 1976. Length: 2 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Maine for Muskie Committee. 

Film No. 178: Ed Muskie: A Portrait. Advantages of federal programs; concerns and hopes of Maine people; tax reform; fight against waste in government. Contents: ESM in Washington, D.C.; Maine scenes. Date: 1976. Length: 5 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Maine for Muskie Committee. 

Film No. 182: Biographical. Rumford graduating class, sister Lucy Paradis, mother, teachers Raymond Baum and Lucille Abbott, environment, quality of life, ESM as state representative and governor, education, changes in society. Contents: ESM, JGM, Lucy Paradis, Josephine Muskie, Raymond Baum, and Lucille Abbott. Includes scenes from nos. 163-170. Date: Circa 1970 Length: 20 minutes. Color: Color. Client: Citizens for a Better Maine; Sid Aronson, Producer. 

Film No. 183: Your Job, Your Future. Inflation and unemployment, minimum wage. 1970 reelection campaign; future presidential candidacy. Contents: ESM and Gov. Kenneth Curtis. Date: 1970. Length: 8 minutes. Color: Color. 

Film No. 184: World War II film fragment. Contents: Injured man being transferred from ship to seaplane. Date: 1948. Length: 1 minute (no sound). Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 185: Sunday River Ski Development Contents: Governor Muskie becomes the first stockholder in the Sunday River Ski Development in Bethel, Maine. Date: [1956] Length: 1 min., 7 sec. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 186: Waterville Industrial Park Contents: Governor Muskie becomes the first stockholder in the Sunday River Ski Development in Bethel, Maine. Muskie speaks briefly about the importance on such projects to Maine. Date: [1956] Length: 1 min., 7 sec. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 187: Senate campaign commercial Contents: Muskie speaks about using government to help people and privat enterprise, and his plans for improving life in Maine. Date: 1958 Length: 5 min., 6 sec. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 188: Muskie and Lassie Contents: Senators Muskie and George Murphy commend "The Lassie Program," pose with Lassie. Date: Circa 1968 Length: 2 min., 30 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 189: NBC News program on Steve Muskie Contents: Steve Muskie talks about his experience traveling with and photographing his father's 1968 campaign for the White House. Date: 1968 Length: 4 min., 4 sec. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 190: Duplicate of 189, but without sound. 

Film No. 191: Muskie spot for GM managers Contents: Muskie speaks about the problems of today, particularly in cities, and how to strengthen confidence in U.S. institutuions through cooperation between government and industry. Date: [1969] Length: 4 min., 8 sec. Color: Black and white. From Canister: "Negative of spot for GM Managers" 

Film No. 192: Campaign commercial Contents: Muskie speaking about the crisis of confidence in the U.S. system and the significance of the 1970 election; need to bring peace to Indochina (Vietnam). Date: Spring 1970. Length: 4 min., 18 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 193: Earth Week speech Contents: Muskie speaking at an Earth Week rally in Philadelphia's Fairmont Park. Includes some crowd shots. No sound. Date: April 22, 1970. Length: 10 min., 16 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 194: Steve Muskie wedding. Contents: Scenes from Steve Muskie's wedding and reception. No sound. Date: 1970. Length: 13 min., 1 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 195: Muskie Foreign Service recruitment spots. Contents: Secretary of State Muskie in three recruitment spots for the Foreign Service. Date: [1980] Length: 3 min., 49 sec. Color: Color (very pink). 

Film No. 196: Summer and Fall 1955, 8mm home movies. Contents: Family Outing at Sourdnahunk Lake -- Ed, Jane, Ed's parents (possibly) and other relatives; Flight over Katahdin; Return Trip through Baxter State Park. Duck Hunting at Merrymeeting Bay; We start at sun-up Boothbay Harbor; Merrymeeting Bay; End of a Perfect Day. Lake St. Catherine. Date: 1955 Length: 27 min., 40 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 197: Enjoying Life as Seasons Change, 8mm home movies. Contents: Romping at China Lake; September relaxation; a stroll in Capitol Park; a chilly dip; Thanksgiving and Christmas at Blaine House; On to Rumford. Includes ESM, JGM, Steve and Ellen Muskie, ESM's parents, and other relatives. Date: 1955 Length: 30 min., 38 sec. Color:Color. 

Film No. 198: Office Scenes at the State House. Contents: Scenes of ESM and staffers in the State House offices. Date: [1955] Length: 2 min., 17 sec. Color: Black and white. 

Film No. 199: Bates class of 1936 reunion. Contents: Images of ESM and other Bates alumni at 20th reunion party. Date: 1956. Length: 3 min., 30 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 200: Stephen Muskie funeral Contents: 8mm home movie shot during and after the funeral of Stephen Muskie (ESM's father). Includes ESM and numerous family members. Date: January 1956. Length: 8 min., 6 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 201: California trip Contents: 8mm home movie shot during a trip to Bakersfield, California. Scenes of oil fields, tours of agricultural areas, Friant-Kern Canal, and Kern County airport. Gene [Eugene Muskie] and his bride. Date: March 1956. Length: 14 min., 49 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 202: March 1956, 8mm home movies. Contents: A birthday party for crippled children at Blaine House; a day with the Butlers; Howard's camp and snow fun; Easter; Steve's birthday; Sissie (Ellen) dances. Length: 19 min., 36 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 203: Spring and Summer 1956, 8mm home movies. Contents: Cornell University parade; fishing at China Lake; Atlantic City governors' conference; New York City overlooking Central Park; addressing and inspecting Wellfleet National Guard. Length: 18 min., 17 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 204: ESM fishing and hunting Contents: Allagash Lake in May; Mooselucmeguntic and Clear Lakes in June; China Lake in summer (includes a few scenes of the Muskie family); and Bird Hunt in October. Date: 1956. Length: 28 min., 59 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 205: Re-election campaign and Autumn 1956, 8mm home movie. Contents: Campaign memorabilia and vehicles covered in posters, campaigning. Springfield fair parade. Post-election vacation, September camp fun. Length: 21 min., 15 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 206: Autumn and Winter 1956, 8mm home movies. Contents: Thanksgiving and Christmas, Melinda's birth (coming home from the hospital, nursery). Vistascope. Length: 15 min., 45 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 207: Presidential inauguration Contents: 8mm home movies of President Eisenhower second inauguration. Driving around and landmarks in Washington, D.C.; grandstands and crowds; the inauguration; parade. Vistascope. Date: 1957 Length: 13 min., 48 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 208: Gubernatorial Inauguration and 8mm home movies. Contents: Ellen and Steve Muskie on top of the capitol, sledding and ice skating. Gubernatorial swearing-in and speech, swearing in staff members, office scenes and the inaugural ball receiving line. Date: 1957 Length: 11 min., 29 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 209: Ice fishing and Florida vacation. Contents: 8mm home movies of ice fishing in Maine. ESM, JSM and unidentified others vacationing at Riviera Beach, Florida: on the beach, swimming pool, Jane and Ed in a red convertible, deep sea fishing, driving around, flying home. Date: February 1957 Length: 27 min, 49 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 210: Spring 1957, 8mm home movies. Contents: Melinda's Christening; Jane and Ellen with Melinda; Steve's birthday; Easter; Mother's Day in Rumford; Bates campus and buildings; Bates track meet; Pleasant Island. Length: 20 min., 15 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 211: United Nations party in Maine. Contents: 8mm home movies of outdoor activities, fishing. Date: May 1957. Length: 13 min., 59 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 212: Two United Nations parties in Maine. Contents: 8mm home moviesof outdoor activities, fishing. Steve and Ellen Muskie appear at the end. Date: May and September 1957. Length: 30 min., 50 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 213: Summer and Autumn 1957, 8mm home movies. Contents: Flying over and driving through Maine, family at China Lake, ESM's portrait being painted, trip to Oregon (Portland (possibly), Multnomah Falls, Bonneville Dam), Gene's visit, capitol scenes, ESM's October swim, duck hunting, Ocean Point. Length: 30 min, 36 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 214: Autumn 1957, 8mm home movies. Contents: Inn at Steel Hill; Ellen's birthday; Thanksgiving; Duck hunting; Governor's meeting at Hot Springs, Arkansas. Length: 16 min., 1 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 215: Winter 1957 and Spring 1958, 8mm home movies. Contents: Sledding; Christmas in Augusta and Rumford; Melinda walking, being bathed, etc.; Ellen and Melinda at playground; Ellen's first communion. Length: 20 min., 7 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 216: Family vacation to Miami, Florida. Contents: 8mm home movies of governors’ conference in Miami with entire family, including Steve, Ellen, Nana, cousins and other relatives. Date: May 1958 Length: 15 min., 36 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 217: Summer and Autumn 1958, 8mm home movies. Contents: United Nations party in Maine (May 1958), China Lake scenes (some doubleexposed), Autumn in Augusta, duck hunting, California and Alaska trip (October 1958). Length: 19 min., 31 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 218: Europe trip with Senators Moss. Contents: 8mm home movies of trip to Denmark, Soviet Union, Poland and Paris with Senators Moss, Greuning, etc. Sightseeing. Brief scene with Steve and Melinda at end. Date: September-October 1958. Length: 22 min., 5 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 219: Muskie children, 1959-1961, 8mm home movies. Contents: 1959: Fenwick Island, China Lake, Christmas, and Melinda's birthday. 1960: China Lake. 1961: China Lake. Length: 28 min., 20 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 220: Winter 1962 through Summer 1963, 8mm home movies. Contents: Family at Christmas, Bethany Beach, China Lake, summer fair. Length: 33 min., 49 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 221: 1964 and 1966, 8mm home movies. Contents: Family on vacation in Spring and Summer 1964 and 1966, ESM deep sea fishing, Christmas 1966. Length: 25 min., 27 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 222: 1969 Part I, 8mm home movies. Contents: Family on vacation in Kennebunk and Rumford; on the beach, Ed and Melinda playing golf, Melinda playing tennis. Length: 23 min., 16 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 223: 1969 Part II, 8mm home movies. Contents: Family on vacation in Kennebunk; fishing on the "Lady Jane," flying over Washington D.C., at the Hoffman pool, and horseback riding, fishing, etc. at the Volkert (?) farm. Length: 24 min., 31 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 224: Autumn 1969 through Spring 1970, 8mm home movies. Contents: ESM golfing, Halloween, Redskins football game, sledding, Christmas, Ellen's wedding and reception, Melinda's graduation, Fishing part 1. Length: 25 min., 6 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 225: Untitled, 8mm home movies. Contents: Outdoor scenes, flying over Maine (?), ESM in canoe, ESM at unidentified event with memorial plaque. Length: 17 min., 6 sec. Color: Color. Date: 1970 

Film No. 226: 1970 part II, 8mm home movies. Contents: Fishing (continued), Steve's wedding, Ned and Gregory. Length: 25 min., 20 sec. Color: Color 

Film No. 227: Summer 1970 through Spring 1971, 8mm home movies. Contents: Ellen and Ernie with son Ethan, Ethan's Christening, summer in Kennebunk (Ernie showering outdoors), Christmas, Melinda's birthday, family trip to Marathon, Florida. Length: 25 min., 20 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 228: Marathon, Florida, 8mm home movies. Contents: ESM, JGM, Martha, Ned and Melinda on vacation in Marathon, Florida. Deep sea fishing, swimming, flying over Florida, etc. Date: March 1971. Length: 11 min., 12 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 229: Autumn 1970 through Summer 1971 (?), 8mm home movies. Contents: ESM goose and duck hunting, house in Washington, D.C. decorated for Christmas, winter skiing trip, deep sea fishing, horse race, swimming in a pool. Length: 24 min., 4 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 230: Summer 1971 Vol. I, 8mm home movies. Contents: Ethan's first birthday, Birch Point, Campobello Island, Walkers, Morgans. Length: 26 min., 8 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 231: Summer 1971 Vol. II, 8mm home movies. Contents: Blue Hill, swimming hole, Skow Fair, Rumford, Cribbage, Kennebunk, Kite flying on beach, golf, etc. Length: 17 min., 4 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 232: Summer 1972, 8mm home movies. Contents: Walkers, Campobello Island, Kennebunk. Golf, swimming, tennis, etc. Length: 16 min., 13 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 233: Georgia Holiday, 8mm home movies. Contents: ESM's birthday. Family vacation in March to Georgia: horse riding, picnicking, ESM hunting woodcock with dogs, swimming, tennis, water skiing, etc. Date: March 1974. Length: 12 min., 51 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 234: Summer 1974, 8mm home movies. Contents: Megantic golf. Kennebunk: Paradis Brothers Paving truck delivers wood, etc. Length: 12 min., 26 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 235: Melinda Muskie wedding part I, 8mm home movies. Contents: Melinda Muskie wedding and reception. Date: 1979 Length: 2 min., 50 sec. Color: Color 

Film No. 236: Melinda Muskie wedding part II, 8mm home movies. Contents: More of Melinda Muskie’s wedding and reception. Date: 1979 Length: 2 min., 50 sec. Color: Color. 

Film No. 237: The Run Around Contents: Educational animated film about air pollution, possibly created by the Columbia-Williamette Air Pollution Authority. Date: circa 1970 Length: approximately 20 min. Color: Color. 

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Videotapes 1970-2000   114.0 Items

Scope and Content

Videotapes of Muskie's campaign commercials, speeches, news conferences about federal pollution control efforts, television programs, funeral and memorials.

Arrangement

Arranged in approximate chronological order in two sets: videotapes 1 through 73, which span approximately 1970-1993; and videotapes 74 through 112, which span approximately 1979-2000.

Access Copy 1: Man from Maine, plus three campaign commercials(1) Ed Muskie: Man from Maine. Gubernatorial campaign; 1968 convention and campaign. Date: October 9, 1968. Length: 4 hours and 10 minutes. Client: Citizens for Humphrey-Muskie.(2) Shows electrocardiogram; voice-over asking choice of vice presidential candidates, Muskie or Agnew. Date: October 3, 1968. Length: 20 seconds. Producer: Reeves. Client: Citizens for Humphrey Muskie. (3) Massachusetts political commercial; Muskie speaking on oil, shipyards, shoes and textiles, inflation, war, and taxes. Date: June 24, 1971. Length: 4 minutes and 30 seconds. (4) ESM speaking on Massachusetts primary, expanding on same subjects as nos. 5 and 6: war, jobs, inflation, taxes. Date: June 24, 1971. Length:9 minutes. Client: Muskie for President, Massachusetts, Paul Brounta, Chairman. 

Access Copy 2: Election Eve 1970Broadcast answer to President Richard M. Nixon's accusation that Democrats have fomented anti-Nixon violence. Date: November 2, 1970. Place: Cape Elizabeth, Maine. Length: 14 minutes, 9 seconds. Producer: The Communications Company (Reeves). Client: Citizens for National Unity. 

Access Copy 3: 47 campaign commercialsTopics include unemployment, inflation, primary elections in Florida and New Hampshire, Social Security, Vietnam conflict, war on drugs. Date: February 14 – February 24, 1972. Length: 30 or 60 seconds each. Client: Muskie for President Committee. Detailed list of commercials available. 

Access Copy 4: 42 campaign commercialsTopics include Vietnam, war on drugs, Primary elections in Florida and Illinois, environmental legislation, unemployment, inflation, Adlai Stevenson on Muskie, income tax, property taxes, comparison of Muskie and Nixon, plight of the farmer. Date: March 1 – March 17, 1972. Client: ESM Reeves Actron Production. Detailed list of commercials available. 

Access Copy 5: "Muskie Special" plus 23 campaign commercials. “Muskie Special” (Channel 12) Muskie for President. Date: April 3, 1972 (election eve). Place: Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Length: 15 minutes. Director: Terry Ringe. Client: People for Muskie. 23 campaign commercials; topics include taxes, plight of the farmer, environmental legislation, Vietnam, Muskie compared to Nixon, family farms, collective bargaining, education, budget, Gov. Gilligan of Ohio and Sen. Bayh of Indiana on Muskie, Wisconsin unemployment. Date: March 20-March 29, 1972. Detailed list of commercials available. 

Access Copy 6: Muskie for President special, plus campaign and DNC commercials(1) "Muskie for President"; Speakers (other than ESM): 7th District Congressman David Obey of Wisconsin; John Lavine, publisher of Chippewa Falls Herald Telegram. Issues: Vietnam, environment, space shuttle, inflation, farming, welfare, national health care, unemployment, women in politics, national child care, social security, drugs and taxes. Date: April 3, 1972. Place: Wausau, Wisconsin. Length: 30 minutes. Director: Bob Kerr. Client: Muskie for President.(2) – (12) and (14) – (16) Muskie campaign commercials; topics include Leonard Woodcock, president of United Auto Workers on Muskie, Nixon, Vietnam, inflation, unemployment, shipbuilders, scientists, pride, taxes, finances. Date: March 25-April 14, 1972. Length: 30-60 seconds each. Detailed list of commercials available.(13) "Senator Stevens": promises to end the war in 60 days, ESM vs. Nixon over Vietnam war policy (blue backdrop and American flag). Transcript in SE1583- 13. Date: April 17, 1972. Length: 13 minutes. (17) – (19) Democratic National Committee Telethon commercials. Date:June 25, 1974. Length: 60 to 90 seconds each. (20) A People's Business: Special Report": The gubernatorial debate (Promo) live (Connecticut), Paul Duke. Date: October 21, 1978. Length:49 seconds. Producer: CPTV. 

Access Copy 7: Democratic State of the Union; reply to President Gerald R. Ford. Date:January 21, 1976. Place: Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. Length: 20 minutes. 

Access Copy 8: Muskie: the China Trip. Date: December 15, 1978. Subject: ESM led congressional delegation in China exchange, visited 6 cities, factories, farms. Topics discussed: markets, energy reserves, trade, Taiwan, reduction of tensions, USSR influence. Events/speakers: Moderator: John Dougherty; ESM; Pete Smith of WCSH radio; Peter Henderson of WLBZ-TV. ESM comments on his slides of China. Place: Portland, Maine. Length: 30 minutes (with a break at 15 minutes). Seems to end abruptly. Tape jumps. Producer: WCSH-TV. 

Access Copy 9: The Muskie Report. Date: March 20, 1980. Subject: ESM must carry Massachusetts in 1972 bid for Democratic nomination for presidency. Events/speakers: Press conference, fundraising dinner. ESM, Albert Spevak. Place: Boston, Massachusetts. Length: 5 minutes 30 seconds. Producer: Albert Spevak. 

Access Copy 10: The Troubled Child. Date: 1982. Subject: Kennebec Valley Mental Health Center dealing with child mental health. Events/speakers: ESM, Tom G. Fielder, Rosyln Dansky, Dr. Charles Rothstein, Dr. Fred Bloom, Dr. Daniel Hughes, Carmen Celenza, M.A. Overview, interviews with patients, facilities and services. Place: Augusta, Maine. Length: 40 minutes. Producer: WABI-TV. 

Access Copy 11: Ed Muskie: Home in Maine. Date: May 14, 1982. Subject: Interview in fall 1981, after retirement from public life. Events/speakers: Angus King, director of public affairs at WCBB-TV; ESM. Includes ESM's speech to Maine legislature, January 15, 1981. Place: Kennebunk, Maine. Length: 1 hour. Producer: WCBB-TV, Channel 10. 

Access Copy 12: Franklin Delano Roosevelt centennial celebration. Date: July 4, 1982. Subject: FDR's life, FDR stamp presented. Tape ends in mid-sentence of FDR, Jr.'s last speech, then shows picnic scenes. Events/speakers: ESM,John Kenneth Galbraith. Romeo LeBlanc, N.B. federal minister of fisheries and oceans; Richard Hatfield, premier. Joseph Brennan, James F. Howard, Arthur Schlesinger, FDR, Jr. Place: Roosevelt Campobello International Park. Length: 1 hour 20 minutes. 

Access Copy 13: U.S. Chronicle: The Power and the Glory. Date: July 22, 1982. Subject:Political power and its loss. Events/speakers: Moderator: Jim Lehrer; ESM, Elliot Richardson, Robert Strauss, Lyn Nofzinger, Stuart Eizenstadt, Clark Clifford. Place: Washington, D.C. Length: 30 minutes. Producer:Maryland Center for Public Broadcasting; WETA-TV, Washington, D.C. Note: Transcript available. 

Access Copy 14: War Powers: the President and Congress. Date: October 1983. Subject:Tension between president and Congress on separation of powers. Events/speakers: Questions and discussion: Fred Friendly, Justice Potter Stewart, Dean Benno Schmidt, Adm. Bobby Inman, Gen. Brent Scowcroft, Gerald Ford, Sen. Orrin Hatch, Rep. John Brademas, Tom Wicker, Sen. Christopher Dodd, Barbara Mikulski, Archibald Cox, Ben Wattenberg, Philip Buchen, Laurence Barrett, Judge J. Clifford Wallace, Arlin Adams. Place: New York. Length: 57 minutes 30 seconds. Producer: Columbia University School of Journalism. 

Access Copy 15-16: Nightline: The Crisis Game. Date: November 22-25, 1983. Subject:Hypothetical Cold War crisis. Role-playing to show how National Security Council and president handle emergency. Events/speakers: Host: Ted Koppel; president: ESM; CIA director: William Hyland; national security advisor: Winston Lord; secretary of state: Clark Clifford; secretary of defense: James Schlesinger; deputy secretary of defense: Antonia Chayes; senior advisors: Hodding Carter and Richard Pipes; chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff: Gen. Edward Meyer; Crisis Game senior consultant: Leslie Gelb; diplomatic analyst: Christopher Makins; military analyst: John Mason; Middle East analyst: Harold Saunders. Place: Washington, D.C. Length: 3 hours. Producer: ABC News. 

Access Copy 17: A Lincoln Portrait. Date: Summer 1983. Subject: A concert for the nation's governors. Events/speakers: Portland Symphony Orchestra, Bruce Hangen, conductor. Introduction by Gov. Joseph Brennan. Program: Gershwin, "American in Paris"; Copeland, "A Lincoln Portrait"; "Pops Hoedown"; Tchaikovsky, "1812 Overture"; Sousa, "Stars and Stripes Forever." ESM narrates "Lincoln Portrait." Place: Fort Williams Park, Cape Elizabeth, Maine. Length: 1 hour. Producer: WGAN-TV. 

Access Copy 18: The First Annual Report of the Secretaries of State. Date: December 17, 1983. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 19: Nestle Infant Formula Audit Commission breastfeeding commercial. Date: 1984. Subject: Advantages of breastfeeding. Events/speakers:Mexican celebrity or actress promotes breastfeeding (in Spanish). Place:Mexico. Length: 30 seconds. Producer: Sistema Alimentario Mexicano 

Access Copy 20: Eleanor Roosevelt centennial celebration. Date: July 8, 1984. Subject:Eleanor Roosevelt's life. Events/speakers: ESM, Barbara Jordan, Jean Castleman Wadds, Hedard Robichaud, Richard Hatfield, Frederick Goodman, Brenda Norris. Place: Roosevelt Campobello International Park. Length: 1 hour 30 minutes. 

Access Copy 21: Second Annual Report of the Secretaries of State. Date: November 14, 1984. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 22: Dean Rusk, Public Servant. Date: 1985. Subject: Memoirs of Rusk's life and role as U.S. secretary of state for Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. Vietnam, U.S.-Soviet relations, the nuclear age. Events/speakers: Edited interviews with Dean Rusk. Host: Edwin Newman. Place: Atlanta, Georgia. Length: 25 minutes 30 seconds. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 23: CBS News Sunday Morning. Date: 1985. Subject: Struggle to clean up pollution since 1970, Clean Water Act. Events/speakers: "Cleanliness Next to Godliness," host Charles Kuralt. ESM, James McManus, Don Hudson, Ronald Reagan, Don Grant. Boat ride on the Kennebec. Place:Boothbay Harbor, Kennebec River, and Searsport, Maine. Length: 13 minutes 30 seconds. Producer: CBS-TV. 

Access Copy 24: 45/85. Date: September 1985. Subject: History of the last 40 years. Events/speakers: TV clips and interviews. Host: Ted Koppel. Length: 3 hours. Producer: ABC-TV. 

Access Copy 25: Dedication of Edmund S. Muskie Archives, Bates College. Date:September 28, 1985. Subject: Arrival of ESM and President Jimmy Carter, convocation, press conference, President Reynolds's reception, tour of Archives (no sound on tour). Events/speakers: Convocation speakers: Chaplain Robert Stuart, Dean Carl Straub, President Thomas Hedley Reynolds, President Jimmy Carter, ESM. Press conference: News Bureau Director Stuart Greene, President Reynolds, Governor Joseph Brennan, President Carter, ESM. Place: Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Length: 1 hour 45 minutes. Producer: WCBB-TV (unedited tape). 

Access Copy 26: Third Annual Report of the Secretaries of State. Date: November 23, 1985. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 27: New England Association of Schools and Colleges centennial. Date:December 4-6, 1985. Subject: "An Educated America and Global Horizons." Events/speakers: NEASC meeting. Speakers: Robert E.L. Strider, ESM, Colin Campbell. Place: Copley Plaza Hotel, Boston. Length:53 minutes. Producer: Worcester State College, Thomas White 

Access Copy 28: Muskie spot for local telephone choice. Date: August 27, 1986. Subject:Flat rate vs. measured rate for local telephone use. Events/speakers:ESM. Place: ESM's office. Length: 1 minute 20 seconds. Producer:Committee for Local Telephone Choice. 

Access Copy 29: ESM for Leon G. Billings. Date: September 5, 1986. Subject: Support for Leon Billings for Congress. Events/speakers: Four ESM spots for Leon Billings; live pictures of Billings with sound shut off. Place: Washington, D.C. Length: 6 minutes. Producer: Buckley. 

Access Copy 30: Falconry. Date: [1986?] Subject: Scenes of falconry. Events/speakers:Drums and voices chanting; no speakers. Place: Middle East. Length: 25 minutes. 

Access Copy 31: Old Abu Dhabi. Date: [1986?] Subject: Boats, villages, markets, irrigation, ruins, hospital, classes, airport, shipping, oil, agriculture, stores, education, athletics, parks, medicine. Events/speakers: Narration in Arabic. Place: Middle East. Length: 40 minutes. 

Access Copy 32: 444 Days to Freedom. Date: 1986. Subject: Iranian hostage crisis of 1979-1980. Canadian aid in rescue of some hostages. Events/speakers:Complete history of incident, interviews. Jimmy Carter, Hugh Lange, Victor Tom Seth, Dick Orfield, Bob Anders, Mark Hijack, Richard Queen, Lee Schatz, Kathryn Kobo, Cora Hijack, Ken Taylor, James Lopez. Length:1 hour 36 minutes 33 seconds. Producer: Les Harris. 

Access Copy 33: Fourth Annual Report of the Secretaries of State. Date: November 21, 1986. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 34: Face the Nation. Date: March 1, 1987. Subject: Iran-Contra affair and Tower Commission. President Reagan's responsibility and state of mind, Vice President Bush's non-involvement, immunity granted by congressional committees, National Security Council. Arms talks. Events/speakers: Leslie Stahl, host, interviews ESM. William S. Cohen, Lee Hamilton. Joe Day interviews George Bush. Television clips of Ronald Reagan, John Tower. Length: 28 minutes 15 seconds. Producer: Jeanne Edmunds, CBS News. 

Access Copy 35: Center for National Policy breakfast. Date: March 4, 1987. Subject:National Security Council, its record, role, communications, relations with Congress. Events/speakers: Madeleine Albright, moderator. ESM, Kirk O'Donnell, Rep. Dante Fascell, Rep. Dick Cheney, Rep. Henry Hyde. Length: 59 minutes 15 seconds. Producer: Center for National Policy. 

Access Copy 36: ESM and Sen. George J. Mitchell on Tower Commission and Iran. Date:May 23, 1987. Subject: Iran-Contra affair; Tower Commission report; ESM's contributions. Muskie's Bates experiences. Events/speakers:Cathy Lee (co-chair with Pete Wiley of Muskie Club of Maine Democratic party) introduces Maine legislators. Senator Mitchell introduces Muskie, who speaks on Tower report and Bates experience. Place: Edmund S. Muskie Archives, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Length: 1 hour 30 minutes. Producer: Taped by Bates College. 

Access Copy 37: The Chains of Liberty: Congress, the President, and American Security. Date: September 30, 1987. Subject: Iran Contra affair, Tower Board, national security. Events/speakers: Cheney Lecture by Edmund S. Muskie. Introduction by Dean Carl Straub, followed by question and answer session from audience. Place: Concert Hall, Olin Arts Center, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Length: 1 hour 13 minutes. Producer:Taped by Bates College. 

Access Copy 38: Edmund S. Muskie: informal conversation with students. Date:September 1, 1987. Subject: Public life, presidential campaign, leadership, women and blacks in politics, War Powers Act, Iran, South Africa, national security advisor. Events/speakers: ESM answering questions by students. Place: Muskie Room, Muskie Archives, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Length: 1 hour 50 minutes. Producer: Taped by Bates College. 

Access Copy 39: ESM news conference. Date: September 1, 1987. Subject: 1988 elections, Iran-Contra, Maine Yankee, oil, pollution, acid rain, deforestation. Faint music in background. Events/speakers: Introduction by News Bureau director Stuart Greene, ESM answering reporters' questions. Place: Muskie Room, Muskie Archives, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Length: 1 hour. Producer: Taped by Bates College. 

Access Copy 40: Robert MacNeil Interview with Paul Parle and Paul Warnke. Date:December 4, 1987. Subject: Strategic defense, U.S.-Soviet relations, nuclear arms, submarine and land-based missiles. Events/speakers:MacNeil/Lehrer News hour. Robert MacNeil, Richard Parle, Paul Warnke. Length: 11 minutes 45 seconds. Producer: PBS. 

Access Copy 41: Freedom Foundation. Date: [1987]. Subject: Financial, legal and marketing assistance to artists of all kinds. Local fundraising, 6-year contracts. Events/speakers: Rebecca Ray, Charles [Saints?], Jay Browder, Linda Klaes explain the concept. Place: Tarpon Springs, Florida. Length:6 minutes. Producer: Freedom Foundation. 

Access Copy 42: Fifth Annual Report of the Secretaries of State. Date: December 18, 1987. Length: 57 minutes, 40 seconds. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 43: Claws. Date: 1987. Subject: Humorous production about Maine lobsters. Events/speakers: Narrator: Tim Sample. Actors: Benny and Denise Reehl of New England Vaudeville Review. Footage of Maine Olympian Joan Benoit Samuelson. ESM hypnotizes a lobster. Place: Coast of Maine. Length: 30 minutes. Producer: Crustaceans, Inc., 40 Water Street, Skowhegan, Maine. 

Access Copy 44: America's War against Drugs. Date: 1988. Subject: Human and productivity costs of illegal drug use. U.S. Drug Intelligence Center work with other countries. Events/speakers: Jack Reynolds, narrator. Pete Rose, Richard Lesher, Frank Wells, Gary Grimm, George Schultz, ESM, Jay Morris, Ann Wrobleski, Jack Lawn, Ronald and Nancy Reagan. Place:Washington, D.C. Length: 27 minutes 40 seconds. Producer: U.S. Department of State, Martin Judge. 

Access Copy 45: A Conversation in Maine with Margaret Chase Smith. Date: July 26, 1988 (broadcast by Maine Public Television, August 14, 1988). Subject:Reflections on her life, views, politics, McCarthyism, Declaration of Conscience. Events/speakers: Angus King, narrator and interviewer, Margaret Chase Smith. Historical stills and footage on her career. Introduction in the Muskie Garden. Place: Margaret Chase Smith Library Center, Skowhegan, Maine. Length: 1 hour. Producer: WCBB-TV. 

Access Copy 46: Second Annual Report of the Secretaries of Defense. Date: September 30, 1988. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 47: Michael S. Dukakis address at Bates College. Date: October 8, 1988. Subject: 1988 Presidential Campaign (at Bates Parents Weekend). Events/speakers: 35 minutes of crowd scenes and music before the speakers appear. Introduction by President Thomas Hedley Reynolds. Speakers: Gov. Joseph Brennan, Sen. George Mitchell, Edmund S. Muskie, Gov. Michael Dukakis and his mother, Euterpe Dukakis. Place: Merrill Gymnasium, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Length: 1 hour 50 minutes. Producer: Taped by Bates College 

Access Copy 48: The Making of the President 1988: Strengths and Weaknesses. Date:October 13, 1988. Subject: 1988 presidential campaign analysis. Events/speakers: Introduction by Dean James Carignan. Speakers: John White of Catholic University and John Aldrich of Duke University. Question and answer session with audience. Moderator: Robert Branham. Comment: broadcast of presidential debate. Place: Concert Hall, Olin Arts Center, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Length: 1 hour 45 minutes. Producer: Taped by Bates College. 

Access Copy 49: Maine People for the University. Date: October 21, 1988. Subject: Series of spots for referendum on $6 million University bond issue. Events/speakers: Margaret Winger, Betty Trask, Dr. Karl Larsen, ESM, Gov. John McKiernan. Length: 4 minutes 25 seconds. Producer: Video Services Unlimited. 

Access Copy 50: The '88 Presidential Campaign: A Retrospective. Date: November 11, 1988. Subject: 1988 presidential campaign and election, with candidate and party trends information. Events/speakers: Angus King of WCBB-TV interviews panel: Stephen Wayne, George Washington University; Gerald Pomper, Rutgers University; Anne Lewis, Democratic National Committee. Place: Chapel, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Length: 1 hour. Producer: WCBB-TV. 

Access Copy 51: Sixth Annual Report of the Secretaries of State. Date: 1988. Length: 57 minutes, 50 seconds. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 52: Nestle Boycott. Date: October 4-5, 1988. Subject: Renewed boycott against Nestle. Events/speakers: 10/4 Ten O'clock News, WTTG-TV, Washington, 10 PM (1:42); 10/4 Daywatch Cable News Network, 9 AM (1:49); 10/5 Business This Morning, WJAA-TV, 5:30 AM (2:39). Place:Washington, D.C. Length: 5 minutes 50 seconds. Producer: Video Monitoring Services of America, Inc. 

Access Copy 53: Action for Corporate Accountability Asian Footage. Date: May 1988. Subject: Problems of bottle-feeding infants in less-developed countries. Events/speakers: Female narrator, infants dying of malnutrition and diarrhea. Place: Philippines, Pakistan. Length: 6 minutes 25 seconds. Producer: Action for Corporate Accountability. 

Access Copy 54: Gerber commercial. Date: December 1, 1989. Subject: Bottle feeding infant formula. Events/speakers: Promotes formula. Place: U.S. Length:30 seconds. Producer: Gerber. 

Access Copy 55: Earth Day 20 press conference. Date: February 7, 1989. Subject:Planning of Earth Day 20, "Peace Climb" of Mt. Everest, working with environmental activists. Events/speakers: Edward Furia, Dr. Barry Commoner, Peter Bahouth (Greenpeace), John O'Connor, Gene Karpinski, Lois Marie Gibbs, Jim Whitaker, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Elliot Richardson. Place: National Press Club, Washington, D.C. Length: 10 minutes 30 seconds. Producer: Western Video of Seattle. 

Access Copy 56: America's Clean Water Foundation. Date: [1989]. Subject: Celebration of twentieth anniversary of Clean Water Act, October 1992. Events/speakers: Robert Roe, John Chafee, Glenn Anderson. Length: 9 minutes 25 seconds. Producer: America's Clean Water Foundation. 

Access Copy 57: Gentleman from Kentucky. Date: 1989. Subject: Life of Sen. JohnSherman Cooper. Events/speakers: Narrator: Bob Edwards, ESM, Dwight Eisenhower, Ted Kennedy, John Sherman Cooper, Sen. Barry Goldwater, Katherine Graham, Sen. Eugene McCarthy, Gerald Ford, etc. Place:Kentucky. Length: 58 minutes 45 seconds. Producer: Guy Mendes, KET Network, Kentucky. 

Access Copy 58: Ed Muskie: The Man from Maine. Date: March 29, 1989. Subject: ESM's road to public life; his political career. Special report by NewsCenter. Events/speakers: Introduction and narration: Pat Callaghan. Speakers: Lucille Abbott, Burton Cross, Frank Coffin, Don Nicoll, Edward Kennedy, George Mitchell, Leon Billings, Jane Muskie, Joseph Biden, Walter Mondale, Ralph Nader, David Broder, Robert Monks, ESM. Place: Maine, Washington, D.C., and other locations. Length: 1 hour. Producer: WCSHTV. 

Access Copy 59: Seventh Annual Report of the Secretaries of State. Date: October 27, 1989. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 60: John Martin: A Man for Maine. Date: [1989]. Subject: Campaign biography of John Martin, Speaker of the Maine House. Events/speakers: Speakers: Donna Mundy, Martin Bernstein, ESM, Kathleen Goodwin Watson, Don Waddell, Jack Daigle, John Martin, Yvonne Pelletier, Norm Fournier, Father James Brewer, Reynold Raymond, Edwin Pert, Don Nicoll. Place: Maine. Length: 10 minutes. Producer: Chromunique, Inc., Rockport, Maine/Geoffrey Parker. 

Access Copy 61: Maine Commission on Legal Needs TV Newsclips. Date: Nov. 1989. Subject: Formation of Commission, Pine Tree Legal, legal needs of the poor in Maine. Events/speakers: WCSH-TV: ESM, Rob Caldwell, Theresa Marcoux. WCBB-TV: Angus King, ESM, Jim Brunelle, Dean Kinvin Wroth, Bill Maraldo, Christopher St. John, Ronald Austin. WGME-TV: ESM. Place: Augusta, Brunswick, Lewiston, Maine. Length: 1 minute 48 seconds; 27 minutes 50 seconds; and 1 minute 10 seconds. Producer:WCSH-TV, WCBB-TV, WGME-TV. 

Access Copy 62: Sen. George Mitchell and Sen. Bob Kerrey floor statements on Cambodia. Date: 1990. Subject: Opposition to President Bush's policy of support for the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia and support for recognizing Hun Sen regime. Events/speakers: Sen. George Mitchell; Sen. Bob Kerry. Place:Washington, D.C. Length: 37 minutes (23 Mitchell, 14 Kerry). 

Access Copy 63: Eighth Annual Report of the Secretaries of State (Television Version) Date: 1990. Subject: “US Foreign Policy for a New World Order.” Includes 30 minutes about Iraq. Events/Speakers: Dean Rusk, William Rogers, Cyrus Vance, Edmund Muskie, Alexander Haig, George Schultz, Edwin Newman (Moderator). Length: 57 minutes, 40 seconds. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 64: Fourth Annual Report of the Secretaries of Defense (Television Version). Date: 1990. Subject: “The Iraqi Crisis.” Events/Speakers: Robert McNamara, Melvin Laird, Elliot Richardson, James Schlesinger, Donald Rumsfeld, Harold Brown, Frank Carlucci, Edwin Newman and David Gergen (Moderators). Length: 57 minutes, 40 seconds. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 65: USM Muskie Institute inaugural. Date: November 30, 1990. Subject:Institute program to develop future leaders and public policy. Events/speakers: USM administrators, ESM. Speeches and reception. Place: Portland. Length: 37 minutes 40 seconds. Producer: USM. 

Access Copy 66: Frontline: Election Held Hostage. Date: 1991. Subject: Carter-Reagan election of 1980: was there a Casey deal with Iran on hostages? Events/speakers: William Casey, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Iatollah Khoumeini, Ari Ben Minashi, Angelo Cordivillo, Miles Copland, Morton Anderson, Bani-sadr, Mashod Hodimi, Brenneke, Michael Scott, Jody Powell, Alexander Haig, David Centerfield. Length: 57 minutes 57 seconds. Producer: PBS. 

Access Copy 67: Ninth Annual Report of the Secretaries of State (Television Version). Date: 1991. Subject: “What Global Leadership Role Should the United States Now Play?” Events/Speakers: Dean Rusk, William Rogers, Henry Kissinger, Edmund Muskie, Alexander Haig, George Shultz, Edwin Newman (Moderator). Length: 57 minutes, 40 seconds. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 68: Fifth Annual Report of the Secretaries of Defense (Television Version). Date: 1991. Subject: “Defense in the 1990’s: Where are the threats? How do we meet them?” Events/Speakers: Robert McNamara, Melvin Laird, Elliot Richardson, James Schlesinger, Donald Rumxfeld, Capar Weinberger, David Gergen (Moderator). Length: 57 minutes, 40 seconds. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 69: Toward a Constitutional Convention for the Global Environment. Date:April 30, 1992. Subject: The Rio Summit, what must be done to foster progress on the environment. Events/speakers: Introduction by Dean James Carignan, ESM speech, question and answer session. Place:Muskie Room, Edmund S. Muskie Archives, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Length: 1 hour 10 minutes. Producer: Office of Technical Services, Bates College 

Access Copy 70: The First Annual Berlin Conference of World Leaders (Television Version). Date: 1992. Subject: “A View From Abroad.” Events/speakers: James Callaghan, Yasuhiro Nakasone, Helmut Schmidt, Marvin Kalb (Moderator). Length: 57 minutes, 40 seconds. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies. 

Access Copy 71: Muskie '68: 25th Anniversary. Date: August 26-27, 1993. Subject: Events of 1968 Democratic Convention, Muskie's selection for Vice President. Events/speakers: Rob Caldwell, Newcenter special report. Comments by Harold Pachios, Kent Ward, George Mitchell, Pat Callaghan. Clips of Muskie, Robert Kennedy, Hubert Humphrey, Sen. Fred Harris. Place:Portland, Maine. Length: 12 minutes. Producer: WCSH-TV. 

Access Copy 72: Tenth Annual Report of the Secretaries of State (Television Version). Date: 1993. Subject: “Foreign Policy Options for a New Administration.” Events/speakers: William Rogers, Edmund Muskie, Alexander Haig, George Shultz, Edwin Newman (Moderator). Length: 56 minutes, 46 seconds. Producer: Southern Center for International Studies 

Access Copy .73: The Inside Story. Subject: Advertising the plane; available options. Events/speakers: Narration. Place: On board a Challenger 601-3A. Length: 6 minutes 45 seconds. Producer: Canadair Challenger. 

Access Copy 74: Eagles Date: Jan. 28, 1979 Subject: Pittston Oil Co. effects on Eastport, Me. Length: 20 mins. 

Access Copy 75: Freed Iran Hostage Richard Queen and Secretary of State Muskie Date: 1980 Summary: Freed Iran Hostage Richard Queen and Secretary of State Muskie, 1980 Andrews AFB; Linda Furber, reporter w/ Independent Networks. 

Access Copy 76: Secretary Muskie Addresses Tokyo American Embassy Date: 1980Summary: US Secretary of State Edmund Muskie Addresses the American and Japanese Staff, American Embassy, Tokyo. Length: 11 min. 37 sec. 

Access Copy 77: Carter's farewell address Date: Jan. 1981 Summary: President Jimmy Carter's farewell address with CBS News commentary by Bruce Morton. First half-hour of a movie, "Terror Among Us". Length: 1 hr., 2 min., 17 sec. 

Access Copy 78: Muskie's farewell address in Augusta Date: Jan. 1981 Summary: Farewell address in Augusta Interview at his home. WCBB 10 Program on Muskie. Length: 57 min. 22s 

Access Copy 79: A Lincoln Portrait Date: 1983 Subject: Portland Symphony Orchestra Concert for Nation's Governors -- Lincoln Portrait. Appears to be a duplicate of VT017. 

Access Copy 80: The Blaine House Date: Nov. 1985 Summary: Three segments. 

Access Copy 81a: NBC News Special Report: Tower Commission Date: Feb. 1, 1987 Summary: Includes Muskie appearances. Length: 36 min., 42 sec 

Access Copy 81b: NBC News Special Report: Reagan in Crisis (Tower Commission) Date: Feb. 1, 1987 

Access Copy 81c: Nightline: Tower Commission Date: Feb. 1, 1987 

Access Copy 81d: CBS Morning News: Tower Commission Date: Feb. 2, 198782 People, Places and Things Date: circa 1985 Summary: News broadcast on restoration of the Rumford Community Building. Length: 3 min. 

Access Copy 83: AP Meeting / Press Conference Date: Mar. 4, 1987 Subject: Tower Commission 

Access Copy 84: 1968: A TIME Television special Date: 1988 Length: 58 min., 20 sec. 

Access Copy 85: Muskie at the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta Date: July 1, 198886 Presentation of Certain Honorary Degrees to the Honorable Edmund Muskie and the Honorable George Mitchell, at the Lee Residence Date:May 20, 1989 Summary: Clambake at the household of Nancy and ShepLee. "Honorees" are given humorous recognition of things named after them by Lee (Muskie - a recreation room; Mitchell - a car wash). Length:22 min. 

Access Copy 87: The Wedding of Ned and Julia Date: Jun. 10, 1989 Summary: Wedding of Ned and Julia Muskie. Length: 1 hr. 30 min.88 George Mitchell Profile Date: Nov. 26, 1992 Summary: C-SPAN program. 

Access Copy 89: The Waterville Historical Society 90th Anniversary Homecoming Celebration Date: Sept. 18, 1993 

Access Copy 90: The Eleventh Annual Report of the Secretaries of State Date: 1994 Length:56 min., 40 sec. 

Access Copy 91: The Middle East in Transition Date: 1994 Summary: Muskie participates in discussions about the Middle East. Length: 45 min., 48 sec.92 Europe After the Cold War Date: 1994 Summary: Muskie participates in discussions about Europe. Length: 1 hr., 12 min., 17 sec. 

Access Copy 93: Shitagodamn: The Movie Date: Mar. 1994 Summary: Muskie's 80th birthday video. Friends and coworkers share funny stories about Muskie, commend his work. Includes campaign commercials Length: 20 min. 

Access Copy 94a: Edmund S. Muskie Speech to Maine Legislature Date: Mar. 25, 1994 Summary: Speech on his 80th birthday. Tape 1 of 2 

Access Copy 94b: Edmund S. Muskie Speech to Maine Legislature Date: Mar. 25, 1994 Summary: Speech on his 80th birthday. Tape 2 of 2 

Access Copy 95: A 70th Birthday Tribute to President Jimmy Carter Date: Sept. 20, 1994 

Access Copy 96: The Environmental Law Institute 25th Anniversary Dinner Date: Nov. 16, 1994 

Access Copy 97: George Mitchell: Waterville to Washington, A Newscenter Special Report Date: Dec. 29, 1994 

Access Copy 98: A Pantheon of Maine Heroes and Worthies Date: Mar 15, 1995 Summary: Inaugural Neal W. Allen Jr. Lecture. Judge Frank Coffin lectures on Maine History. Muskie beginning at 1:11:16. Total length: 1 hr., 17 min. 

Access Copy 99: Robert Cox: The Fate of the Environment and the New U.S. Congress Date: Mar. 23, 1995 

Access Copy 100: Maine's First Ladies Date: circa 1996 Summary: Television feature on Jane Muskie's experience as first lady; includes JGM interview. Specials on other first ladies follow on tape. Length: 2 min., 50 sec. 

Access Copy 101: Tributes to Edmund Muskie Date: Mar. 25, 1996 Approx. length: 1 hr., 30 min. 

Access Copy 102: Edmund S. Muskie Memorial Service Date: Apr. 28, 1996 

Access Copy 103: Remembering Ed Date: Oct. 4, 1996 Summary: Panel of four friends (Ruben Issacson, Frank Coffin, Don Nichols, and Shep Lee) field questions on Muskie's life and their work with him. Length: 1 hr., 32 min. 

Access Copy 104: DIRIGO, A Legacy of Leadership Date: Dec. 10, 1999 Summary: Smith, Muskie, Cohen, Mitchell. 

Access Copy 105: Dedication of the Edmund S. Muskie Memorial Reflection Pool in Rumford, Maine Date: Aug. 19, 2000 Length: 1 hr., 20 min. 

Access Copy 106: The Roosevelt Cottage Date: n.d. Length: 7 min., 37 sec. 

Access Copy 107: Muskie interview with Schieffer Date: Feb. 15, 1996 Summary: Muskie interviewed by Bob Schieffer for CBS news, in two parts. Tape created by CBS news. 

Access Copy 108a-108c: Edmund S. Muskie funeral Date: Mar. 30, 1996 Summary: complete funeral in three parts Part 1 length: 38 min., 1 sec. Part 2 length: 1 hr., 2 min., 23 sec. Part 3 length: 33 min., 49 sec. 

Access Copy 109: Senator Muskie funeral Date: Mar. 30, 1996 Summary: Edmund S. Muskie funeral as broadcast on CSPAN. Provided by Purdue University Public Affairs Video Archives. Length: 122 min. 

Access Copy 110: Edmund Muskie: Remembering Maine’s Senior Statesman Date: circa 1996 Summary: Broadcast news program memorializing 

Access Copy 111: The Measure of the Man Date: June 8, 1996 Summary: Panel discussion held at Bates College, featuring President Carignan, Bob Nelson, Don Nicoll, Butler and Scott. 

Access Copy 112: Pine Tree Legal Muskie Award 2000 Date: May 16, 2000 Summary: Recording created by Catama Productions. Length: 15 min., 50 sec. 

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