Title: William L. Leingang Jr.
Collection Number: 10860
Quantity: 3 feet
Abstract: Contains film footage of shot by William L. Leingang, Jr. VHS tapes contain footage such as Gordon Kahl, Badlands, oil fields, aerial footage of 1997 flood, and 7th Calvary stock footage used by Mobile Video Productions.
Provenance: William Leingang, Jr. donated his film collection to the State Historical Society of North Dakota in February 2001.
Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.
Copyrights: Copyrights to this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs. Researchers should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17, U.S. Code or an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.
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Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.
10860-01: Garrison Dam Construction Footage #1
10860-02: Garrison Dam Construction Footage #2
10860-03: S.I.D.S. EMT Version #1
10860-04: S.I.D.S. EMT Version #
10860-05: Doc Ralph Hubbard as “Chief Black Hawk”
10860-06: S.I.D.S. Law Enforcement #1
10860-07: S.I.D.S. Law Enforcement #2
10860-08: On a Slant Indian Village
10860-09: Pre-Natal Care P.S.A.S ND Department of Health
10860-10: ND State Capitol Stock Footage outside scenes
10860-11: The Pack Wheel by TSR Inc.
10860-12: Jailed: The Story of an American Rancher, the Ken Krisle Story
10860-13: “Gordon Kahl” News Footage, Raw footage, 15:41 running time. Number of interviews, shots of law enforcement waiting to serve warrant and armored personnel carrier. KFYR may have rights to this footage.
10860-14: “Provident Life” Stock footage, circa 1955
10860-15: Liberty House Press Conference 1st and other footage
10860-43: Red River Valley flooding from South Dakota on up into Canada. Bill Leingang (camera) and Bob Watts (pilot), 1997
10860-16: The Hughes Junior High Husky Singers #1, May 17, 1986
10860-17: Century vs. Mandan High School Football, September 29, 1984
10860-18: The Hughes Junior High Husky Singers #2, May 17, 1986
10860-19: Graduation Century High School Bismarck ND, 1986
10860-20: Jailed: The Story of an American Rancher Farm Law Institute, 1985
10860-21: Bismarck Aviation Terminal
10860-22: Badlands Stock Footage #1: 00:00-1:39 streambed; 1:40 different views of river, cliffs on right and bank on left of river; 2:38 Lone buffalo grazing in distance camera zooms in & out on buffalo to river bottoms; 3:43 hill slope; 4:36-5:49 person taking pictures on top of canyon; 5:52-6:27 wide shot of plateau top mountain? Rock formations; 6:27-7:11 More riverbed with zoom shots of riverside cliffs; 7:20-8:51 hikers on/along trail; 8:55-10:55 Prairie Rose-close up of flower; 10:59 straight up trail, rabbit on trail; 11:56 prairie dogs eating, building homes, on guard; 17:45 tape is fuzzy; 14:57 Prairie dog chirping; 18:50 bad tape color bar; 19:01 sunset/sunrise on cliffs, buffalo walking along road up the cliff/hill; 20:14 hillside-ravine/valley tracking problems on tape; 22:00 end of tape
10860-23: Badlands Stock Footage #2: 00:00-1:14 Horseback riders on trail along fence; 1:23-2:00 horse riding along trail to a corral; 2:05 end of tape.
10860-24: Badlands Stock Footage #3: 00:00 sound color bars; 00:29 Buffalo and baby buffalos one is nursing, buffalo herd; 6:49 Cliffs ravine shots-springtime grass is green, buffalo; 10:05 Buffalo herd at rest; 10:23 Hillside/cliff into valley, shot of trail going uphill; 11:47 Rock formation, person (Clayton) on trail hills river & valley; 14:11 Clayton is taking still photographs of rock formation; 16:30 shot of valley; 17:03 Different view of valley, slow pan ending at river; 17:46 River from ravine and up; 20:34 Another view of valley & river with shot of opposing plateau; 20:40 end with color bars.
10860-25: Badlands Stock Footage #4: 00:00 sound color bars; 00:40 grayish shot of canyons/badlands pans the formation; 4:16 Badlands hill/mountain with scrub brush; 5:00 wide shot of canyon side and rock serrations, overlook road and valley, pan of canyon & plateaus, rock formations; 7:46 Clayton readying/packing up camera, pine trees, valley meadow; 10:09 overlook of badlands from top of a plateau; 13:57 Sky to overlook of meadows & badlands; 15:00 without polarizer badlands valley and sky sharper picture; 15:50 darker shot of same valley using different camera settings, taping the same scene of badlands valley; 20:46 overlook of a small plateau bright color-dry streambed side of canyons; 21:49 tape is jumps at end.
10860-26: Badlands Stock Footage #5: 00:00 color bar with no sound; 00:34 buffalo grazing; 5:29 buffalo walking; 5:39 overlook of badlands; 7:00 photographer shooting pictures of cactus flowers, sound is on, close ups of cactus flowers; 11:48 cactus flower side view; 12:53 cactus flower mid view with surroundings-cactus spines and grass; 14:01 cactus flower in surroundings side view extreme close ups; 16:42 rock formation that looks like a bird’s head and body; 18:52 still the bird rock formation a farther away view, different profiles; 21:10 backside of bird rock formation, tape is jumps at the end.
10860-27: Badlands Stock Footage #6: 00:00 color bars, tape adjustment and no sound; 00:51 Road into badlands-Overlook; 2:38 Road with car going north instead of south??; 3:38 overlook of badland peaks & valleys-green grass access road in meadow RV is on the road; 5:10 Meadow by road panning cars & RV on road, different shots of road & surroundings; 9:01 view of hills, views of meadows & plateaus; 10:35 view of hillside zooms out to valley; 12:45 photographer taking picture of road, view of road through trees; 12:47 looking up valley to a big plateau top or hill; 13:50 Medora & park, SHSND Medora packing plant site; 16:43 SHSND Chateau de Mores, zooms in & out; 18:41 horseback riders on trail; 20:48 close up of horses walking by camera on trail, by corral fence; 22:01 end.
10860-28: Badlands Stock Footage #7: 00:00-00:36 color bars; 00:37 Stone formations no sound, the bird formation from side rear; 1:35 bird head formation from profile view side rear; 2:46 rock faces-formations zooms in & out; 5:22 more rock formations; 6:01 prairie on plateau, close up of bushes & shrubs trees; 9:08 bird head formation front side view from bottom ground; 10:08 close up of bird head formation; 10:52 Buffalo walking past camera; 11:11 view of badlands from plateau in shadows; 12:49 view of badlands in shadow in afternoon; 13:55 buffalo herd; 14:58 sound, still buffalo herd, calf nursing; 22:03 end
10860-29: Bismarck vs. Dickinson Midgets High School Football, September 29, 1984
10860-30: Chemical Health Alternatives A Seminar Featuring: Tom Jadin Tape 1 &2.
10860-31: Governor Sinner’s State of the State Address to opening 1987 Legislature, 1987
10860-32: Bismarck Gymnastics Promo Tape.
10860-33: 7th Cavalry Stock Footage: 00:00-:33 Color bars; 00:34-1:12 Museum display of Cavalry uniforms, no sound; 1:13-1:40 Museum display of Native American tools and weapons; 1:42-2:26 Map of Lewis & Clark’s route to the Pacific; 2:35-3:11 Outside of Fort Abraham Lincoln’s buildings; 3:16-4:00 Area surrounding fort; 4:01-5:17 Missouri River, Fort surroundings and Officers Quarters; 5:28-6:30 outside Fort parking lot, some sort of observation tower building; 6:41-7:49 Custer House, Missouri River and access road; 8:06-10:52 Custer House, parade ground, hills and landscape around site; 11:00-end blank
10860-34: 7th Cavalry Stock Footage: 00:00-00:37 Sound; 00:38-5:41 7th Cavalry reenactment getting ready, parade ground doing drills; 5:45-7:08 Cavalry riding in formation, more drills, dismount and form ranks; 7:10-9:09 Custer House front with the sounds of birds and cars starting; 9:15-10:05 side of Custer House; 10:09-12:26 snake in the grass; 12:27-end blank.
10860-35: 7th Cavalry Stock Footage #2: Fort Lincoln 1989, Vern Erickson is on this tape. Sound. 00:00-1:55 Cavalry orders & events, scouts & Vern Erickson; 1:56-6:00 Cavalry lines up, marching on horses drills and sound off; 6:01-9:43 shooting demonstration/marching drills; 9:44-10:03 cannon demonstration; 10:04-12:49 More riding drills, cannon demonstration; 12:50-21-25 Cavalry riding out, more drills and charges; 21:26-end blank, 1989
10860-36: 7th Cavalry Stock Footage #3: Fort Lincoln. 00:00-2:20 Cavalry riding through hills on patrol on the way to or from the fort, Missouri River; 22:22-3:08 More riding on patrol this time with a buggy bringing up the rear; 3:18-5:07 more on patrol through the hills; 5:12-6:54 waiting around & riding with the buggy bringing up the rear, helicopter overhead, riding away from camera; 6:55-11:29 more riding away, helicopter overhead, Shot of helicopter coming over hill and the cavalry, shot of sky; 11:30-12:36 riding toward camera and away, radio plays in background; 12:36-end blank.
10860-37: 7th Cavalry Stock Footage #4, 1989: 00:00-5:00 Speeches at Custer House opening, Doug Eiken Director of ND Parks & Recreation; 5:05-12:46 Custer reenactment, Piccolo player and Libby Custer; 12:47-13:22 Piccolo player & cavalry; 13-26-14:56 Pat Ness, Ft. Abraham Lincoln Foundation & Capt. Stein of the Regiment; 15:01-16:04 George & Libby Custer Welcome everyone to the House & cut the ribbon; 16:11-17:16 Distinguished guests enter home; 17:18 green grass; 19:31-20:24 Cavalry comes over hill; 20:25 end, 1989
10860-38: 7th Cavalry Stock Footage #5: 00:00-00:19 color bar; 00:20-3:37 Cavalry on hill, in line waiting commands, riding toward camera downhill; 3:38-3:45 Color bars; 3:46-6:28 Cavalry riding in the brush to the parade grounds; 6:29-7:14 Color bars; 7:15-9:35 Cavalry to the side of Custer Home, Inspection & orders to the troops, ride out; 9:36-9:53 Color bars; 9:53-10:23 Cavalry rides out; 10:23-10:36 Color bars; 10:37-11:21 Cavalry rides out over hills; 11:22-11:34 Color bars; 11:34-12:44 Cavalry flag, horses picketed; 12:45-13:35 Libby Custer sidesaddle on horse with Officers’ wives; 13:36-14:11 Flag with green “H”; 14:15 red & white flag, regimental flags; 15:00-15:31 Soldiers in camp; 15:32-15:40 color bar; 15:40-16:55 guns in tripod formation at soldier camp, clothing, saddles and cooking; 17:00-17:32 Horses; 17:36-20:44 camped filled with park visitors; 20:45 end.
10860-39: 7th Cavalry Stock Footage #6: 00:00-00:42 color bar; 00:43 Greeting visitors off bus in historical dress for ceremony; George & Libby Custer; Jim Sperry Superintendent of State Historical Society of ND; Opening dedication ceremony, getting the dignitaries on the porch of Custer house; 03:11 sound starts; 3:48-5:00 presenting colors; 05:01-05:48 Pat Ness, president of Ft Abraham Lincoln Foundation; 05:59-08:04 Wally ? Chairman of Ft. Abraham Lincoln Foundation; 08:05-10:47 Senator Kent Conrad; 10:53-11:43 Wally ? Chairman of Ft. Abraham Lincoln Foundation; 11:44-17:06 Governor George Sinner; 17:29-18:25 Wally again talking about past Foundation presidents & functions; 18:25-end.
10860-40: 7th Cavalry Stock Footage #7: Ft. Lincoln 1989. 00:00-00:36 color bars; 00:37-02:24 Cavalry encampment & parade grounds silent; 02:25-02:32 color bars; 02:33-04:13 US flag on flag pole blowing in breeze, different versions, encampment; 4:14-5:01 Cavalry members on horses return to camp; 5:23 Sound cannon firing demonstration. Inspection drills of a company, lowering of US flag; 15:15 tracking problem; 15:54 still drilling & inspection, George & Libby Custer, raising the US flag; 20:10-20:12 tracking problem; 20:18-21:21 Reading of Post Commander’s orders to the troops; 21:21-end, 1989
10860-41: Oil fields, Stock Footage film transfer. 16 mm, black & white, historical with time code
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