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Cinematography -- Equipment and supplies

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Motion picture cameras; Motion picture projectors; Kinetoscopes; Camera stabilization systems; Steadicams; Dollys.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Michael J. Lurie papers, 1968-2000

Accession: 2464-09-21.
Scope and Content:

The Michael J. Lurie papers are composed of presentation materials, notes, articles, photographs, slides, and correspondence related to Lurie’s work on projects related to optics, including optical readers for VideoDisc, cameras, and advanced monitor displays.

Nine of Lurie's lab notebooks (1969-1987) can be found in Record group 26.

Dates: 1968-2000

Motion pictures, circa 1930-1976

Accession: 1995-220-VIII.
Scope and Contents:

The Motion pictures series are images of film equipment such as projectors, cameras, processors, camera controls, as well as equipment related to the Photophone. The series is divided into two subseries: Equipment and Photophone and dates from 1930 to 1976.

Dates: circa 1930-1976

Radio Corporation of America, RCA Victor Division secretary's records

Accession: 2658

For over fifty years the Radio Corporation of America (RCA) was one of the country's leading manufacturers and vendors of radios, phonographs, televisions, and a wide array of consumer and military electronics products. This collection contains the records from the Secretary's Office of the Victor Talking Machine Company and its successors RCA Victor Company, Inc., and Radio Corporation of America's RCA Victor Division. They consist of minutes of the Executive and Management Committees, an internal annual report and two contract files for supplying sound equipment to movie studios.

Dates: 1912-1956

Recorders, projectors, and cameras, circa 1930-1977

Accession: 1995-220-XV.
Scope and Contents:

The Recorders, projectors, and cameras series are images of equipment, components, parts, and details. The series is arranged into six subseries: 16mm, Cameras, Projectors, Recorders, Tape recorders, and TV cameras. There is some overlap between the subseries. The materials date from circa 1930 to 1977.

Dates: circa 1930-1977