Harmon Foundation filmstrips of images from King of Kings
Scope and Contents
Two filmstrips of "Christ in the Home," and "Christ and Youth," images from King of Kings, produced by the Harmon Foundation. Also includes two Millenniata DVD copies of the filmstrips. Slideshow originally created in 1947.
- Harmon Foundation (creator, Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Reference copies open for public research. Originals restricted.
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Biographical / Historical
The Harmon Foundation was founded by William Elmer Harmon, a wealthy real estate tycoon, in 1922. The foundation initially focused on building playgrounds and providing educational loans. In 1924, it also started the Religious Motion Picture Foundation to produce and distribute religious films. Today the foundation is perhaps best known for the William E. Harmon Foundation Award for Distinguished Achievement Among Negroes that awarded excellent artistic or other achievements by African Americans.
2 folders (0.02 linear ft.)
Language of Materials
Hunter Hale acquired the filmstrips in the course of his film and memorabilia collecting ventures, and had the Millenniata DVD copies created of them. He then donated both to BYU in 2016.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated; Hunter Hale; 2016.
Arts and Communications.
Existence and Location of Copies
There have been DVDs made of both filmstrips and placed in folder 2. Please use these in lieu of the originals where possible.
Processed; Mary-Celeste Ricks; 2017.
- Harmon Foundation film strips of images from King of Kings
- Mary-Celeste Ricks
- 17 April 2017
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.