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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Environmental, 1963-1973

Accession: 2012-212Identifier: 2012-212-VI.
Scope and Contents:

The Environmental series includes nine films dating from 1963 to 1973 that are concerned with environmental issues. The series contains four episodes of a series based on the ramifications of energy usage called “Energy”. Two films present the issue of noise pollution, “Noise the New Pollutant” and “Noise Pollution”. Waste issues are addressed in “A Funny thing happened on the way to the garbage dump” and “The Silent Spring of Rachel Carson.”

Dates: 1963-1973

Environmental Quality and Conservation Department, 1949-1978

Accession: 1411Identifier: 1411-X.
Scope and Contents:

The Environmental Quality and Conservation Department materials focus on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), land use, and pollution. The series also includes documents related to a teleconference the NAM organized in June 1973. Files are arranged alphabetically. This series should be considered in conjunction with the Industrial Environment Department, as the two departments worked on similar environment-related topics.

Dates: 1949-1978

Michael Tenenbaum papers

Accession: 2276

Michael Tenenbaum (1913-2005) was a metallurgist and President of the Inland Steel Company from 1971 to 1978. This small collection of his papers consist of a series of his writings and speeches and a small number of Inland Steel Company publications.

Dates: 1937-1983

William Henry Radebaugh films and scripts

Accession: 1975-412

William Henry Radebaugh (1909-1996), was a public relations executive at the DuPont Company for over twenty years. He wrote, produced and directed many films about the company during his tenure there and for several years after his retirement. The bulk of the collection contains his scripts, storyboards, proposals and films, written and directed by William Henry Radebaugh. Several of the films are concerned about safety in the plants and in the use of DuPont products. Also included are four compilation reels of short news segments about different products, plants and services of the DuPont Company. There are also films about specific DuPont plants and laboratories including the Haskell Laboratory, the Spruance plant in Richmond, Va.; the Tecumseh plant in Tecumseh, Kansas, the Washington plant in Washington, West Virginia and the twenty fifth anniversary of the Victoria, Texas plant.

Dates: 1959-1977