Staff from the BPA Library hold up copies of “BPA Film Collection Volume 1, 1939-1954.” On the right are Tina Kay, Libby Burke, Kaye Silver, Bill Zimmerman and Christine Seed. In the left row are Mark Rogen, Brad Parshalle and Everett Carter.Kick off the New Year by taking a cinematic journey into the early years of the Northwest hydroelectric power and transmission systems. The BPA Library has released a new DVD set of six BPA-produced films from the 1930s, ‘40s and ‘50s.The two-DVD set, called “BPA Film Collection Volume 1, 1939-1954,” is the first collection of BPA films from the agency’s archives ever made available. And the BPA Library is offering the newly released set to the general public, particularly to teachers, schools, libraries, Northwest electric utilities and other public institutions. To receive a copy, contact BPA’s Public Information Center at the agency’s headquarters in Portland at 503-230-4636 (toll-free: 800-622-4520) or email@example.com. In addition, all six films are available to view and share on BPA’s YouTube channel.