Film, Radio and Television

39 records in this section.

October 25, 1921

New York Trust Company

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

Summer 1928

The Nation's Market Place

courtesy of the Prelinger Archives, Library of Congress

March 17, 1929

Two Billion Dollars Carried in Streets

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

October 29, 1929

Dr. Julius Klein, Assistant Secretary of Commerce, on stock market crash

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

October 30, 1929

B.C. Forbes on stock market crash

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

October 30, 1929

Professor Irving Fisher, Yale University, on stock market crash

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

1929

U.S. Representative Oliver H. Cross on bill to regulate stock exchange

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

January 6, 1930

Opening of San Francisco Stock Exchange

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

January 15, 1930

Julius Barnes, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, on investing

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

June 1930

U.S. Representative William Wood on effect of Hawley tariff on stock market

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

March 4, 1933

Audio of the Inaugural Address of President Franklin D. Roosevelt

with permission of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library and Museum

February 1934

"Richard Whitney on Proposed Market Regulation," Fox Movietone News Film

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

July 3, 1934

"Joseph Patrick Kennedy, Chairman of SEC," Fox Movietone News Film

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

August 9, 1934

President Roosevelt Defends New Deal Economic Policies - Speech at Green Bay, Wisconsin

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

September 30, 1934

Audio Excerpt from President Franklin D. Roosevelt Fireside Chat

with permission of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library and Museum

1934

Where the Money Goes in the United States (outtakes)

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

April 12, 1938

"Sing Sing's Gates Close on Richard Whitney," Hearst Metrotone News Film

with permission of UCLA Film and Television Archives

1941

I Want to Be a Secretary

courtesy of the Prelinger Archives, Library of Congress

1941

Work of the Stock Exchange

courtesy of the Prelinger Archives, Library of Congress

September 7, 1942

President Roosevelt asks Congress to halt inflation

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

January 5, 1943

78th Congress Convenes

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

1945

Bookkeeping and Accounting

courtesy of the Prelinger Archives, Library of Congress

1946

Meet Your Federal Government

courtesy of the Prelinger Archives

1947

The Secretary's Day

courtesy of the Prelinger Archives

1949

What is a Corporation?

courtesy of the Prelinger Archives

1952

"What Makes Us Tick," New York Stock Exchange Film

courtesy of the Prelinger Archives, Library of Congress; made possible through the support of the Securities Law Student Association, Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America

February 20, 1952

G. Keith Funston, New York Stock Exchange, on "Longines Chronoscope Television Journal"

courtesy of the Longines Wittenauer Watch Company, Inc. Collection, National Archives and Records Administration; made possible through the support of the Securities Law Student Association, Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America

March 13, 1953

Donald Cook, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, on "Longines Chronoscope Television Journal"

courtesy of the Longines Wittenauer Watch Company, Inc. Collection, National Archives and Records Administration; made possible through the support of the Securities Law Student Association, Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America

1956

"Working Dollars," New York Stock Exchange Film

courtesy of the Prelinger Archives, Library of Congress; made possible through the support of the Securities Law Student Association, Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America

Early 1960s

"The Big Board," New York Stock Exchange Film

courtesy of the Prelinger Archives, Library of Congress; made possible through the support of the Securities Law Student Association, Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America

1962

The Lady and the Stock Exchange

With prologue of tours of New York Stock Exchange

courtesy of the Prelinger Archives, Library of Congress

January 7, 1964

Bradley Heald, South Carolina Deputy Securities Commissioner on stock fraud

with permission of the Newsfilm Library, University of South Carolina

November 18, 1966

G. Keith Funston, New York Stock Exchange, discussing Eastern Europe on Voice of America

courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration

January 26, 1970

Ralph Saul, American Stock Exchange, at the Women's National Democratic Club

courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration

1971

"Can Regulatory Agencies Protect the Consumer?"

Washington Debates for the 70's Television Program, with Manuel F. Cohen, former SEC Chairman; and Dr. George J. Stigler, University of Chicago, Chicago School of Economics; moderated by Peter Lisagor; produced by the American Enterprise Institute

with permission of the American Enterprise Institute and courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration

1980

Harold Klein, former General Counsel of Texas Gulf Sulphur, at Washington University School of Law

courtesy of Robert Thompson, Georgetown University Law Center

November 23, 1994

Coopers and Lybrand "Accounting and SEC Current Developments"

courtesy of George P. Fritz

1996

"First Century of the CPA"

courtesy of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

1998

"Founders: Chicago Board Options Exchange - 25 Years of Options"

courtesy of the Chicago Board Options Exchange

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