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[Newly Built Princeton Film Center, Circa 1949]
Photograph of the original Princeton Film Center in New Jersey.
[Projection and Development]
Photograph taken at the original building of the Princeton Film Center in New Jersey, around the time that the building first opened.
[Card Files]
Photograph taken at the Princeton Film Center in Princeton, New Jersey. A woman takes notes on card files.
[Weighing and Mailing]
Photograph taken at the original building of the Princeton Film Center in New Jersey, around the time that the building first opened. Two men in the mail room use an envelope printer and scale.
[A Radio, Two Men, and a Game of Cards]
Photograph inside the custom Princeton Film Center bus used by the crew of the film series, Venezuela on the March, while they filmed in Venezuela. Original caption: "Interior view of the bus, looking toward the rear, showing two of the nine berths. A private compartment, used in the daytime as an office is equipped for two-way radio-telephone."
[A Man Frying Eggs in the Kitchenette]
Photograph inside the custom Princeton Film Center bus used by the crew of the film series, Venezuela on the March, while they filmed in Venezuela.
[Camp Set Up Outside the Princeton Film Center Bus and Two Other Vehicles]
Photograph of the custom Princeton Film Center bus used by the crew of the film series, Venezuela on the March, while they filmed in Venezuela.
[A Princeton Film Center Caravan in Venezuela]
Photograph of the custom vehicles used by the crew of the film series, Venezuela on the March, while they filmed in Venezuela.
[A Man With Two Bottles Standing in Front of the Refrigerator]
Photograph inside the custom Princeton Film Center bus used by the crew of the film series, Venezuela on the March, while they filmed in Venezuela.
[A Long View Inside the Bus, With Sleeping Quarters and Kitchenette]
Photograph inside the custom Princeton Film Center bus used by the crew of the film series, Venezuela on the March, while they filmed in Venezuela.
Princeton Film Center scrapbook
A scrapbook compiled by the Gordon Knox family containing materials (press releases, newspaper and journal clippings, advertisements, trade notices and other ephemera) about and related to the Princeton Film Center and Gordon Knox film productions. The items contained in the scrapbook were produced between 1941 and 1961.
[Filming of Venezuela on the March series, pt. 4]
Photograph of crew trailers in Venezuela during the filming of the fourth part of the series, Venezuela on the March, in 1949. The trailers and automobiles are parked together and a clothesline is hung between two of the trailers.
[Custom bus in Venezuela]
Photograph of the custom bus used by the crew of the film series, Venezuela on the March, while they filmed in Venezuela.
[Gordon Knox and Chet Huntley on location]
Photograph of Gordon Knox (on the left) and Chet Huntley on location with an unidentified man in the background.
[Filming of Venezuela on the March series, pt. 2]
Film crew members filming on location, in Venezuela, for the second part of the series, Venezuela on the March. A large number of vehicles and some filming equipment are set up outside a large, stone building. Several people appear to be adjusting equipment, including two that are standing with a camera on top of one of the filming vans.
[Filming of Venezuela on the March series, pt. 1]
Photograph of crew trailers in Venezuela during the filming of the first part of the series, Venezuela on the March, in 1949. Several automobiles are parked in a line and a clothesline is hung from two of the trailers; there are mountains in the background.
[Filming of Venezuela on the March series, pt. 3]
Photograph of crew members filming the third part of the series, Venezuela on the March, on location in 1949. The crew members are setting up equipment near several trucks and automobiles. The area overlooks a town and mountains in the background.
[Nancy C. Knox in New Mexico]
Associate Producer of Son of the Conquistadors, Nancy C. Knox, on location in New Mexico during filming. Ms. Knox is standing next to a donkey and two trucks.
[Gordon Knox and Chet Huntley]
Photograph of Gordon Knox (on the left) and Chet Huntley. Knox is holding a pipe and Huntley is holding a glass.
[On location filming for Old Man in a Hurry -- Image 2]
Photograph of on location filming of horses running on a track for the film Old Man in a Hurry. Four horses carting two-wheeled buggys are visible to the right of a car traveling on a dirt track. There is a camera and two camera men on top of the car.
[Meeting with Gordon Knox at the Princeton Film Center]
Photograph of Gordon Knox (seated at desk) and three other men at the Princeton Film Center.
[On location filming for Old Man in a Hurry]
Photograph of crew and equipment during on location filming for Old Man in a Hurry. A car is visible in the foreground with a camera mounted to the top. There is a two-wheeled buggy tied to the back of the car. There is a man seated atop the car, two on the buggy, two in the car and one standing beside the car. The car is parked on a dirt road in the countryside.
[Gordon Knox]
Photograph of Gordon Knox, founder and president of the Princeton Film Center.
[Gordon Knox, Jack Schaefer and Hugh Downs]
Photograph of Gordon Knox, Jack Schaefer and Hugh Downs. The photograph is blurry.
[Gordon Knox and Gunther von Fritsch on location in New Mexico]
Gordon Knox and Gunther von Fritsch filming Son of the Conquistadors in New Mexico in 1941. Fritsch and Knox are shown standing on the roof of a car looking over a camera on a tripod. A woman is visible behind the car seated behind another tripod. "100 Years, A New Mexico Film Celebration," is written in the top right corner.
[On location filming of Shooting Straight with Tim Holt]
Photograph of cast and crew, on location, during the filming of an episode of Shooting Straight with Tim Holt. There are guns and a map mounted on the back wall.
[On location in Venezuela]
Photograph of Venezuela, taken on location filming for the series, Venezuela on the March. The crew is visible in the foreground setting up in front of a few vehicles. A city is visible behind the film crew and mountains are visible in the background.
[On location filming of The Blue Angels, 1958]
Photograph of the crew of The Blue Angels, filming on location. Four camera men are visible atop scaffolding next to a plane. Other planes and a hangar are visible in the background.
[Venezuela]
Photograph of Venezuela, taken during filming for the series, Venezuela on the March. In the foreground, a series of vehicles are visible parked on a road lined with palm trees.
[Princeton Film Center, Hopewell Township, NJ]
Photograph of Princeton Film Center in Hopewell Township, New Jersey. A large white house is visible behind a pond.
[On location filming of Watson Wakes Up]
Photograph of Watson Wakes Up cast and crew during filming of a bedroom scene. Two actors are visible in bed with the crew surrounding the set.
[Son of Conquistadors, 1941, New Mexico]
Photograph of Gordon Knox (producer and director), Nancy C. Knox (associate producer) and Gunther von Fritsch (camerman) in New Mexico, 1941, crew of Sons of the Conquistadors. A house is visible in the background.
[On location in New Mexico]
Photograph of the Son of the Conquistadors film crew on location during filming at the Albuquerque Air Base in New Mexico. The cast and crew are visible in the foreground in front of a small airplane. There is a plane tower and a hangar in the background.
[Gordon Knox at the microphone]
Photograph of Gordon Knox standing in front of a microphone.
[Gordon Knox and Gunther von Fritsch setting up to film]
Photograph of Gordon Knox and Gunther von Fritsch setting up to film in New Mexico. Fritsch and Knox are shown standing on the roof of a car looking over a camera on a tripod. A woman is visible behind the car seated behind another tripod.
Princeton Airport Dedication
This film contains an unidentified press event held outside a building labeled Princeton Aviation Elev 160 and Gulf Oil. A Piper N7968W aircraft is displayed to the crowd following the press conference.
It Happens Every Spring
This film briefly explores the history of the New York Wire Company and the making of aluminum wire screening.
Jobs for America
This film explores how relationships between struggling communities and the Area Redevelopment Administration helped struggling local economies by creating new jobs.
Junior Club
This film contains home video footage and includes images of a car stuck on a beach and of a woman throwing snow balls into a canyon.
Know Your Enemy - Japan!
This American propaganda film from the 1940s sought to educate Americans on the Japanese people, their land, and their alleged plan to take over the Pacific.
Land Based Helicopter Operations: Precautions
United States Navy training film on helicopter maneuvers and safety.
Lenox TV spot
This short video features three B&W commercials for Lenox fine china.
Materials Handling
This film discusses how the development of bigger and better machinery over the years has improved work efficiency, especially in fields that involve moving materials and building structures.
Lasers: Coherent Light Sources for Research and Industry
Film presents the story of laser technology from its initial development, through the present state of the art, to its future potential.
Modern Packaging
This film touches on the design and importance of packaging for items like food products and mail shipments.
New England Idyll
This film includes footage of people on the beach, people on planes, etc. This appears to be excerpt footage from the film "North by Northeast" ( KNOX_26, directed by Wilbur T. Blume and produced by Gordon Knox).
Mightier Than the Sword
This film considers the power and appeal of magazines both as sources of entertainment and as educational materials.
New Wings for the Navy: The Douglas F4D
A film documenting how the Douglas F4D Skyray helped the US Navy break a world speed record.
North by Northeast
This short film - produced in association with Northeast Airlines and Hertz Rent a Car Systems - shows travel opportunities in New England.
Old Man In A Hurry
This film tells the story of Bion Shively, the oldest man to win the Hambletonian Trotting Classic.