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Return to the Titanic - live from Paris [Tape 1 of 2]

A documentary that covers many aspects of the Titanic legacy beginning at the ships conception and ending with artifacts recovered from the wreck. The topics also cover differing theories of loss, interviews with survivors and the technology involved in divine the Titanic. An account of the ships descent is reiterated while showing the locations of events on the ship at its present state at the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean. These documentary and recovery dives to the Titanic were done using the Nautile submersible.

The Titanic, a passenger ship, sunk during her maiden voyage in the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, two hours and forty minutes after a collision with an iceberg on April 14, 1912. Over 1 500 people perished. The shipwreck was discovered by a team led by Robert Ballard and Jean Louis Michel in 1985.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Magic Shadows Titanic - Day 4

The film is of Elwy Yost, of TVOntario, interviewing Dr. Joseph MacInnis. The interview is conducted at the Royal Ontario Museum during the Titanic exhibition. Topics covered are the ownership of the Titanic, MacInnes' dive to the Breadalbane in 1980, and MacInnis' relationship with Robert Ballard. MacInnis also discusses his books " The Land That Devours Ships" and "Underwater Man".

Yost, Elwy McMurran, 1925

Electronic press kit for "Return to the Titanic...live"

Electronic press kit for the movie: Return to the Titanic...live. The news features, designed for the press, cover various aspects of the movie like: how the Titanic was discovered, the technology involved in diving to the titanic, items recovered from the wreckage, accounts of survivors, and how the recent discoveries have changed the story of why the great ship went sunk.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Titanic 1991 Media Coverage

Clips from various news broadcasts (such as CBC Midday News, CTV News, CTV Canada AM) on IMAX expedition to Titanic in 1991
Segments include news conference and individual interviews with Anatoli Sagalevitch, Emory Kristof, Steve Blasco, Joseph MacInnis, Ralph White, Charles Sacks (photographer, scientist, historian on/of Titanic)

Undersea Research Ltd.

Titanic: Treasures of the Deep

The film is a documentary account of the preparation and descent of the Russian submersibles MIR 1 and MIR 2 into the depths of the Titanic. Hosted by Walter Cronkite. The film begins with a merger of underwater technology between North Americans and Russians, a technology pioneered by the Russians. Following this, a team of researchers, explorers, photographers, filmmakers and scientists board the Russian ship Akademik Keldysh on route to explore the Titanic. Two submersibles are launched on a 24-hour day schedule and the images recorded are extraordinary. The film then focuese on the treasures found in the deep; ceramics, coins, an unopened safe, as well as parts of the ship that were at this time previously unexplored and provide clues to the sinking of this massive ship.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Titanic 3D Edit Left #1-3

The film is raw footage from a dive using MIR1 and MIR2 to the Titanic wreckage. The film begins with a view of the bow exterior of the Titanic lit by MIR2 light. Content includes railing on the bow, starboard, and port side, collapsed decks, capstan, and steering stand. The steering stand is filmed from various camera angles and with white and yellow lights.

Undersea Research Ltd.

A night to remember [feature film adaptation]

Liner notes: The story of the Titanic, the most luxurious ocean liner afloat, which set out on her maiden England-to-New York voyage on April 10, 1912, with 2,207 passengers, millionaires and immigrants alike. Two days later the unthinkable happens. The Titanic strikes an iceberg and sinks swiftly and mercilessly into the dark, frigid Atlantic, taking 1500 people with her. Meticulously authentic and brilliantly acted, A Night to Remember tells a story of courage and self sacrifice, greed and fear, hope and despair... the story of the mystifying tragedy the world cannot forget.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Edmund Fitzgerald

The items in this series all have to do with the ship the Edmund Fitzgerald, which sank in Lake Superior on November 10th, 1975. The recordings concern the 1994 expedition led by Dr. MacInnis and his team’s efforts to find an answer for the demise of the vessel. Included are all stages of the cinematic process from raw footage to feature length films, as well as television and radio interviews about the ship and the process of recording the ship.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Clark Plant - July 1995 / Cleveland - John McCarthy / Inside at Ruth Hudson's

This tape contains three distinct segments of footage. The first consists of unedited footage of the launch of a Newt Suit dive unrelated to the Edmund Fitzgerald expedition. The second consists of unedited but directed footage of a man, presumably John McCarthy, and an unidentified woman along a walkway close to the lake. The third part features Ruth Hudson, whose son Bruce was a crew member on the Edmund Fitzgerald. She was filmed both outside and inside her home, and is shown with a photo of Bruce.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Launching of S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald

This silent film shows the launch of Hull 301 (Edmund Fitzgerald), built by Great Lakes Engineering Works in 1958. There are several crowd shots, presumably of people who came to watch the ship being launched. Footage consists of pre-launch shots of the ship's flag and hull, as well as the launch itself.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Time-coded reference copy of EDMUND FITZGERALD underwater footage (May 1976) and launch (June 1958)

Tape contains different segments of footage: most of it (1 hr. 16 min.) from a dive to the Edmund Fitzgerald. Highlights of this portion show the wheelhouse and the ship's name. There is about 10 seconds of interview footage. Following this is 5 minutes of footage of the launch of the Edmund Fitzgerald. The tape ends with 2 minutes of still and moving images of the Edmund Fitzgerald before the wreck.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Edmund Fitzgerald Reel #12

This tape consists of unedited underwater footage of the Edmund Fitzgerald wreck, captured with a video camera mounted on a submersible. The Edmund Fitzgerald's wheel house and debris in the wheel house area, the port side of her hull, her propeller, and a lifeboat line are all visible. The submersible is also seen using a remote arm to collect unidentified items from the lake floor.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Edmund FitzgeraldReel #14

Unedited interviews with two individuals, one woman and one man, who were involved with the expedition to find the Edmund Fitzgerald. The woman is unidentified, while the man is one of the submarine pilots with Harbor Branch Oceanographic. The interviewees are possibly being prepped for a future interview. The interviewer is off-camera.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Edmund Fitzgerald Reel #15

This tape contains unedited underwater footage of the Edmund Fitzgerald wreck, taken from a camera mounted on a submersible. Most of the footage consists of exploring the bow of the ship and the pilot house. The ship's wheel and anchor are visible.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

[Edmund] Fitzgerald Canada AM

Joseph MacInnis appeared on Canada AM in 1994 to discuss the expedition to the Edmund Fitzgerald. He was interviewed about the circumstances of the Fitzgerald shipwreck, the expedition to the wreck, and how the expedition fits into his research on pollution in the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

GL '94 MacInnis profile

CBC produced a profile of Joseph MacInnis, depicting him as an adventurer with a lifelong passion for the water. Reporter Suhana Meharchand presents MacInnis' discoveries of the Titanic, Breadalbane, and Edmund Fitzgerald shipwrecks, as well as his Great Lakes/St. Lawrence River pollution research project.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Edmund Fitzgerald Sub Int #2

This tape contains unedited, underwater footage of the Edmund Fitzgerald wreck from a camera mounted on the submersible. At the start of the tape, the wheel house and collapsed deck are visible, although the divers are looking for the stern of the ship, which is eventually found.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Edmund Fitzgerald Sub Int #3

This tape contains unedited, underwater footage of the Edmund Fitzgerald, taken from a camera mounted on the submersible. Most of the dive is spent on the debris field in between the bow and stern segments of the ship. The divers collect clay samples from the lake floor with the submersible's remote arm.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Edmund Fitzgerald Sub Int #4

This tape contains unedited footage of the Edmund Fitzgerald wreck from a camera mounted on a submersible. The submersible travels over the debris field and port side of the pilot house.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

[Edmund] Fitzgerald, sub u/w [underwater] - Lights, bow waves, both Tims in sub

This tape consists of three different segments of footage. The first shows a submersible beginning its dive from the perspective of a scuba diver (responsible for guiding it initially?) holding a video camera. The second segment is a shot of waves alongside a ship's hull caused by the ship's movement through the water. The third and final portion of the tape shows two males and one female on board a submersible. They are navigating around the starboard bow of the Edmund Fitzgerald wreck, discussing what they are seeing.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Edmond [sic] Fitzgerald - Bell Ceremony

This tape contains two unrelated segments of unedited footage. The first 3 minutes and 50 seconds consists of parts of the Edmund Fitzgerald bell ceremony, during which the names of the crew members who perished on board the ship were read and family members were invited to come up to the stage and ring the ship's bell. The ceremony also consisted of speeches and an amateur bagpiper's performance of Amazing Grace. The second part of the tape shows the process of launching and retrieving manned submersibles from a ship (most likely either HMCS Cormorant or the Edwin Link).

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Fitz ceremony [Edmund Fitzgerald bell ceremony]

This tape consists of unedited, incomplete footage of the Edmund Fitzgerald bell ceremony commemorating the shipwreck and honoring the the crew members whose lives were lost. Portions of the speeches are shown, as well as segments of the bell-ringing part of the ceremony.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Tape 1 of 3 [Industrial interior of ship? / Shipbuilding yard / Replacement bell for Edmund Fitzgerald / Submersible launch at night; Newt Suit]

This tape consists of four separate segments of unrelated, unedited footage. The first shows an unidentified industrial interior (probably a ship) and lasts approximately two minutes. The second portion contains 28 minutes of footage of a woman being directed to walk around the exterior of the ship Mapleglen in a ship yard. The third segment was filmed on the HCMS Cormorant and shows the replacement bell for the Edmund Fitzgerald (inscribed with the names of the lost crew members), and a group of schoolchildren being told about the wreck and the significance of the bell. It is six minutes and 46 seconds long. Lastly, the fourth segment contains footage of a nighttime submersible launch, as well as footage of a Newt Suit on board a ship.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Edmund Fitzgerald footage #2

The footage on this tape was taken on the ships HMCS Cormorant and Anglian Lady during the project to recover the Edmund Fitzgerald's bell (to be housed at the Whitefish Point memorial at the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum) and install a replacement bell, inscribed with the names of the lost crew members, on the wreck. On the Cormorant, crew members are seen at the controls, communicating with pilot and observer(s) in a manned submersible, either the SDL or the Pisces. After the sub was recovered onto the Cormorant, interviews were conducted with a representative from Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute and the Cormorant's Senior Diving Officer about the significance of recovering the bell. The footage from the Anglian Lady is primarily of the recovery of the Edmund Fitzgerald bell and the Newt Suit diver who retrieved it.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Edmund Fitzgerald Sub Int #1

This tape contains unedited, underwater footage of the Edmund Fitzgerald from a camera mounted on a submersible. The pilot house and ship's bell feature predominantly.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Canada AM Interview : Joe MacInnis Ghost Ship Interview

A news segment of Canada AM morning news on 13 December. Interview of Dr. Joseph MacInnis conducted by Pamela Wallin. The topic of interviews is the expedition to the Breadalbane shipwreck on the ocean floor of the Northwest Passage. Footage include railing, deck house, ship wheel and compass, and pink/orange coral growth on the wreckage.
Footage taken with a National Geographic camera system.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Universe Show : Walter Cronkite : [Includes ALVIN Interior, Interview, Underwater Footage]

The film is an episode of "Walter Cronkite's Universe". Cronkite joins a team in the Alvin (a Deep Submergence Vehicle) to the ocean floor to view the thermal vents and aquatic life of the Oceanic Ridge. Crinkite interviews geologist Robert Ballard on the topography of the ridges. Footage is shown of Cronkite boarding ships, entering the Alvin and diving down to the ocean floor. A crate full of deep sea aquatic animals is raised to the ship deck where marine biologists study and experiment on the different animals.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

CBS Morning News : Joseph MacInnis

The news segment is of a CBS Morning News inteview of MacInnis conducted by Diane Sawyer. The interview discusses a diving team, lead by MacInnis, searching for and investigating the Breadalbane shipwreck. The Breadalbane sank in 1853 when it became trapped in ice in the Northwest Passage. It is considered the northern most shipwreck. During the expedition, MacInnis and his team photographs the wreckage, studies the biological and geological aspects of the ship. Footage include MacInnis and his team setting up camp in the Arctic, divers Phil Newton and Doug Osbourne in a "Wasp Suit" and images of the shipwreck.

CBS Television Network

Photograph & Film Technology Collection

  • 2005.005
  • Collection
  • 1880 - 2008

This collection consists of photographic films, papers and chemicals used by various individuals for amateur or professional purposes. The collection also includes camera accessories, flash equipment, various lenses, exposure meters (light meters) and equpiment used for darkroom processing and printing. This is a growing collection, created to help preserve the materials used for analogue photographic developing, printing and enlarging.

Camera accessories series

Series contains various photographic tools for use with a variety of camera models from many manufacturers. Accessories include: plate and film holders, tripods, cable releases, bellows, remote controls, adapters, clamps and various adapters.

Nikon slide copying adapter ps-4

Item is to be used with the Model PB-4 Bellows for duplication of 35mm slides or film strips. The bellows are folded into the adapter unit and is kept in place out of sight with a magnet to protect it from damage. The PS-4 can also be used with the PB-5 bellows.

Kodak auto-release

Item is an auto-release shutter mechanism for still cameras, which allowed one to take self pictures. By hooking the shoulder of the cable shutter release from the camera into the extended spring clip, an additional 10 second period was available to take the picture after pushing up the release lever. Instructions are attached.

Eastman Kodak Company

Packard-Ideal shutter

Item is a mechanical shutter with pneumatic operation, includes bulb and tubing. The Packard-Ideal shutter is used behind the lens in large-format view cameras.

Packard Shutter Company

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