- Charles Woodson, shelling on Black River, 1994.
- Memories of the Masonic Home, pictures and interviews.
- Series of interviews: Grave Yard Hill in Huff, pacifist A.J. Cornerstone, John
Harper, Chubby Menard, Edwin Williams, Bryant family, Bill Rutledge,.
- Interview with T.R. Moore of Huff.
- Views of Batesville Main Street and 13 stock car races.
- Interview of Twyla Wright on Channel 6 about future museum, 1993.
- Work on the National Guard building for museum, 1995, Boyd Moiser.
- Interview with Nancy Britton and Hail Bryant on Channel 6, opening of
Maxfield safes, 1995.
- Interview with Bill Redmond about logging and one-man sawmill, 1994.
- Interview with Don and Jimmie Hankins and general store in Pelsor, AR.
- Interview with Jess Trotter, sawmiller and stave bolt manufacturer, 1995.
- Interview with Hugh Inman on farming - from mules to tractors, 1999.
- Interview with Denison and Tripp family, 1994, about discovery of manganese in
Cushman and early mining, also includes cattle drive through Batesville.
- Interview of older National Guard members of Company L, 153 Infantry,
1996, about the history of the unit, filmed in front of the building.
- Interview with Kim Thi Tan about her family escaping Vietnam as boat
people and their new life in Batesville.
- The Way It Was showing advertisements for Mt. View and Batesville and
interviews on old time medicine, school, farming, cooking, gathering
- Interview with Bess Wolf, 1998 about her work as a Committee of 100
member in developing the Folk Center in Mt. View.
- Interview with Ben Earls, 2000, about his African American heritage and his
- Interview with Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Roberts about their lives in Arkansas.
- Interview, 2000, with Nancy Britton about her familys migration from Tennessee to
Kansas and Arkansas.
- Batesville High School Class of 1949, produced in 2004.
- Shelling on the Black River.
- The Civil War in Independence County by Freeman Mobley.
- Growing up in Batesville, AR by Jim, Nelson and Charles Barnett, 1997.
- Through Darkened Eyues: A View of Black History I Independence County. AR, 1999, by Willene Harper.
- Mountain View Folk Festival, 1998.
- Home movies of 1948 White River Water Carnival parade in Batesville AR.
- Greenbrier archaeological dig, 1999.
- Maxfield family of Batesville AR museum program, 2000.
- Blanchard Springs Cavern explorations by Hail Bryant and Hugh Shell.
- Batesville: Many Moons Ago, by Hail Bryant.
- Song of Arkansas.
- Cherokee Indian method of slaughter and cooking hogs at Coe Farm, 2001.
- White Rive Dam, Downtown Batesville, Stock car racing.
- Press conference announcing formation of museum Board of Trustees, 1993
- Interview on Channel 6 of Twyla Wright about museum plans, 1993.
- Press conference about museum board and Twyla Wright speech at Rotary
- Renovation of the Armory building, Rotary speech by Twyla Wright, 1994
party honoring donors to the capital development fund for the museum.
- Assorted views of the museum building under renovation construction and
Community Service workers, 1995.
- Opening of the Maxfield safes, interview of Hail Bryant and Nancy Britton.
- Ken Spencer speech about work on the museum, 1995.
- Museum property deed transfer ceremony at Batesville City Hall, July 6, 1995,
with Preston Grace, Sr. and Doyle Rogers and families, board president
- Museum construction, Oct. 1997. Downtown tour of courthouse, views of
White River from bluffs near Calico Rock.
- Rededication of the Company L, National Guard cornerstone in the museum
building, Nov. 16, 1997.
- Doyle Rogers and Preston Grace giving $120,000 to the museum in honor of
their wives, Dec. 15, 1997.
- Southerland family presents $120,000 to fund the museum theater and gallery.
- Dr. George Lankford and Dr. David Sticklin training museum docents in
Shawnee and Civil War history.
- A heritage play performed in the museum by Southside fifth grade students,
- Film about early regional history, showing the geography and historical relationship in the region. Script by Craig Ogilvie, 1998.
- Aerial film showing geography from Batesville to Harrisburg, AR.
- Aerial of Batesville and landing at Batesville Airport, Mt. View music, Norfork
River, lake and dam.
- Aerial film up White River to Mt. View and the Folk Center to Greers Ferry
Lake, Heber Springs and back to Batesville, 1995.
- Landscapes in Baxter and Stone counties. Includes Wolf House, Norfork
River and bridges, swinging bridge at Allison AR, mountain music on
town square in Mt. View.
- Twelve counties courthouses from ground level, plus towns and points of
interest in the region, 1995.
- Pictorial history of Independence County, plus old photographs, narrated by
- Mammoth Spring, AR, restored train station, Fulton County.
- White River views near Penters Bluff, Jacksonport, Sugar Loaf Mountain,
Garrott house in Batesville and Main Street.
- Grain elevator in Newport, Jackson County AR, covered bridge on Bryant Farms in Salado Creek, cattle, tree farming, preparing soil in Greenbrier
- Hankins Store in Pelsor, AR, interview with Don and Jimmie Lee Hankins.
- Jess Trotter, sawmiller and stave bolt manufacturer, produced by Mobleys in
- Interview with Hugh Inman, 1999, farmer who started with horse and mule power.
- Interview with Denison and Tripp family about discovery of Manganese near
Cushman AR and early mining.
- Manganese Mining Day Celebration in Cushman and square dancing, 1993.
- Interview of older Company L, 153 Infantry, Arkansas National Guard by
Twyla Wright, 1996.
- Kim Thi Tran about her family escaping Vietnam as boat people and new life
- Native American food and medicine of North Arkansas, by Hail Bryant.
- American Indians before 1650 C.E. and food and medicine, by Hail Bryant.
- One Forest Many Uses, showing timber land owners managing their forest,
- Swearing in of elected Independence County officials by Judge John Norman
- Lighting of the Independence County courthouse and Christmas parade,
- White Rive Firefighters Assoc, fire-fighting games at training center in
- Civil War reenactment on Arkansas College (Lyon) campus.
- Operation Desert Storm rally in Batesville AR, 1991.
- Winter scenes around Batesville, 1993 94.
- Landscapes, courthouses and sites in 12-county region of White River
watershed, 1999. Includes flyovers of 12 county seats and points of
interests in the region.
- The Way It Was, showing ads for Mt. View and Batesville. A pictorial history
of the Ozarks and interviews about living in the past.
- Portraits of Arkansas, made by Dept of Parks and Tourism in 2001 about
Arkansans in many fields.
- A First Look: the White River in 1819, summarizes Henry Schoolcrafts journey
down the river. Scenes are a fly-over of the river from Missouri to the
- Nancy Britton talking to a history class, 2000, about her grandfathers trip
from TN to KS and her mothers train trip in 1927 during the flood.
- Interview with John and Diana Dahlquist, 2000) about their heritage and move to
- Eight students in a Batesville history class performing a program Homeward
- The Forgotten Expedition, about the Louisiana Purchase and expedition of
George Hunter and William Dunbar from the Ouachita River toward Little
- In Memoriam, about the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001 attack in New York City.
- A Special Place: Hell on the Border, about Ft. Smith AR and Judge Parker.
- Encounter on Crooked Creek, about Robert Ben and trading encounter with
Quatawapea, Shawnee chief in what is now Yellville.
- Documentary about the1815 U.S. land survey that began in a swamp in eastern
- Half-Mile Cave (Blanchard Cavern) Exploration program at the museum,
- Strolling Back Through Time: A Look at Main Street Batesville, 2004, showing modern and historical photos of various businesses from 1820 to the
- Early Exploration of Half-Mile Cave, created for exhibit in the museum. (Plus
a looped master of the film).
- Edge of Conflict tells the story of Arkansas in the Civil War.
- History of the Arkansas State Capitol.
- Burying the Past: Legacy of the Mountain Meadows Massacre.
- Barnett family films during 1930-1948, complete with narration.
- Wedding of Billie Churchill and Bill Jet, 1946, in Batesville AR.
- Museums wedding exhibit that accompanied a traveling exhibit, 2005.
- Rescue at Rowland Cave, 1965. Trapped spelunkers in a Stone County cave in
high water resulted in one death.
- P.O.W. in AR during WWII, including plans to bring German and Italian prisoners of
war to 3 camps in AR.
- A Brief Look at Batesville, 1995, filming downtown and outlying businesses.
- Rights and Responsibilities, The Little Rock Nine: Footsoldiers of Freedom,
2002. Created by 4 CA students about the Little Rock Central High School
- Bethesda AR Quilting Club, 1989, showing ladies quilting and being