UNI Football Games Films, 1958-1975

State College of Iowa spring game, 1963

Title

State College of Iowa spring game, 1963

Files

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Download State College of Iowa spring game, 1963, Film 2 (265.8 MB)

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Description

State College of Iowa spring game, 1963

Archives Record Group Number

18/01/08

Archives Record Group Name

UNI Football Game Films, 1958-1975

Date of Game

Spring 1963

Athletic Season

May 1963

Institution Team Name

State College of Iowa

Physical Media Label

1963-SCI-R1 Spring; 1963-SCI-R2 Spring

Archival Box Number

Box 8

Extent

2

Original Format

16mm open reel video tape

Digitization Vendor

Scenesavers

Date Digitized

May 2018

Preservation File Type

Matroska video file (MKV)

Preservation File Duration

0:08:28; 0:07:05

Access File Type

MP4

Access File Duration

0:08:28; 0:07:05

Disciplines

Sports Sciences

Collection

University Archives

Repository

Special Collections & University Archives, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa

Publisher

UNI ScholarWorks, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa

Copyright

©1963 University of Northern Iowa Athletic Communications

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 License

Restrictions

No restrictions. Open to noncommercial use.

State College of Iowa spring game, 1963

Project Title

UNI Football Game Films, 1958-1975

Project Description

In fall 2017, Rod Library Special Collections & University Archives successfully completed a PawPrint fundraising campaign with the UNI Foundation to digitize this collection of football films. Additional funding was used to digitize more films in spring 2018. With donor support, approximately two thirds of the collection has been digitized to date.

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