Television Special: The Historical Footprints Collection

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This 30-minute South Dakota Public Broadcasting TV documentary offers a small sampling of film and other images from the Historical Footprints archive collected and preserved by Wayne Paananen, Lead.

Highlights include 1913 views of Spearfish, 1938 scenes from Custer and Custer State Park, and a 1962 clip from ABC's "American Sportsman" featuring General James Doolittle, actor Robert Stack, and World War Two hero and former South Dakota Governor Joe Foss.

Images of the Past Images of the Past: The Historical Footprints Collection This SDPB documentary features a few films shot in South Dakota from 1913 - 1962.

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