Production number 3
Production title: [student orientation film]
Production date: ca. 1957
Black & white / no sound
Total running time: 00:21:20
Available in VHS, DVD, and Sony DV-cam.
Derived from 16 mm film.
This film was probably intended as a student orientation film. However, there is no sound and the film ends abruptly. A freshman wearing a rat cap with the year 60 on it dates the film to about 1957. The film includes footage of Professor William Graves Carleton.
Image quality varies. Some scenes, such as those of Flavet III, are too dark.
0:00 Shots of Gainesville. Seagle Building, downtown, houses.
1:35 campus buildings
library (Smathers / Library East)
Norman Hall (P. K. Yonge Laboratory School)
Shands / J. Hillis Miller Health Center
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (Florida Field) / west stands
UPD officer. Parking / somebody getting ticket
6:00 Students with rat caps
8:00 Campus scenes
scooters and bicycles
sprinklers, students trying to avoid
students walking around
William G. Carleton walking and speaking
Unidentified professor using odd-looking instrument
11:50 Hub / cafeteria
12:45 Art class / biology class?
Library: card catalog, circulation desk, reading rooms including Humanities Reading Room.
15:45 Dorm walkways
Flavet III / married students, kids playing, laundry
18:40 Women's dorm. Lobby, getting mail, inside dorm room, co-eds socializing.
21:20 male student studying and then film ends.
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