The same talk "Museum under water" exists in DVD format (BIB#96315) and was also presented at the Corning Museum of Glass Seminar on Glass, 1997, Tape 4 (BIB# 64291)
Original format: 8mm (Hi-band 8)
The quality of this video is very poor. Sound drops out near the end of the first talk due to technical difficulties; and the audio is lost on the second talk. For content of Dr. Martin's talk, please see videorecording, "Museum under water".
The original 8mm tape should be sent to Sax Communications for better copies.
digitized 20120424 CMoG Digital file re-created from digitized DVD made by Sax Communications.
Two lectures were presented to The Corning Museum of Glass Fellows' at their meeting in the fall of 1997. The first lecture was given by Dr. John H. Martin about the history of the museum and its library from the beginning, through the flood, to present day. The lecture topic and presenter of the second lecture are unknown.
Presenter, Dr. John H. Martin, Deputy Director, The Corning Museum of Glass.
Museum under water / Dr. John H. Martin (51 min.) --
[Unknown lecture presentation] / Unknown presenter (37 min.)