Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
The collection contains several items related to Charles Schmid, including letters written by him from prison to L.E. Hudson, newspaper articles concerning the interview tapes (which figured into the second trial), economics correspondence course worksheets and an essay written by Schmid, and photos, mostly of Schmid and police in the desert (possibly when Schmid took police to Rowe's body). The collection also includes two other KCUB documentaries, one on the Lost Dutchman Mine and the other on skydiving
George Mason University - Special Collections & Archives
This collection contains dozens of video cassette tapes and video reel tapes produced by former George Mason University English Professor Joel Foreman. Videotapes include Clapsaddle's own oral history; documentaries on the novelists William Styron, Rita Mae Brown, and Carlos Fuentes; the documentary series "The Southern Eastern Shore of Maryland" and "Thinking in the 20th Century"; and edited masters of the documentary "Women's Work.".
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The collection includes materials documenting the making of Tom Davenport's films "It Ain't City Music," about country music; "Born for Hard Luck," about Arthur Jackson (also known as Peg Leg Sam), a harmonica player, singer, and comedian who performed in medicine shows; "The Shakers," about the Sabbathday Lake Shaker community, New Gloucester, Me., and the Canterbury Shaker community, Canterbury, N.H.; "Being a Joines: A Life in the Brushy Mountains," about the Joines family of North Carolina; "A Singing Stream: A Black Family Chronicle," which documents the Landis Family of Creedmore, N.C., and other local gospel singing groups; the series "From the Brothers Grimm," retellings of classic Brothers Grimm fairy tales set in Delaplane, Va.; "The Ballad of Frankie Silver," which tells the story of Frances Silver, who was hanged for the murder of her husband Charles Silver; "Remembering the High Lonesome," about John Cohen, a filmmaker and photographer, and his work in rural Kentucky in ... Read More
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Collection contains the professional and personal photographs of William H. Oliver, including documentary films, scientific and medical photographs, travel photographs from Central America, and images of the Oliver family
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Materials include 91 film and audio reels produced by the Brigham Young University Motion Picture Studio. These reels include footage and/or recordings from Geneva Steel from 1955-72 and various church productions and events. Dated after 1953
Harvard Film Archive
In addition to texts, films play an integral role in communicating information and explaining complex ideas. For this reason films were often used in classrooms to supplement traditional course material. This 16mm film collection from the Harvard Science Center features educational science films from 1933 to 1998 on a variety of scientific subject matter including physics, chemistry, biology and astronomy. The intended audience for most of these films were secondary students, though some were produced for military training or general audiences
Appalachian State University - Belk Library
This collection consists of multiple unedited U-matic tapes, as well as other audiovisual formats, filmed by Appalachian State University Education professor Joseph R. Murphy. Footage includes Watauga County, North Carolina natives and events. The bulk of the collection consists of materials relating to the 1986 documentary project, "Doc and Merle," including raw footage, dub logs, announcements of the documentary's release, Murphy's notes from the project, and contracts. Other assorted recordings include footage from the 1992 Campaign for Appalachian and of the Mount Paran Baptist Church in Deep Gap, North Carolina
Newark Museum of Art
Working papers of Barbara Lipton while acting as the Newark Museum's assistant curator, including her work on the documentary film, "Village of No River," and the exhibitions, "Survival: Life and Art of the Alaskan Eskimo" and "The Inuit Print.". -- A majority of the materials consist of Barbara Lipton's correspondence with various consultants connected to these projects
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Manuscripts and production files for television documentaries, education film series, government film series, training camp films, business and personal correspondence (1959-1984), photographs, videotapes, and other materials -- Correspondents include Dwight D. Eisenhower
University of Virginia
The collection includes correspondence, speeches, press releases, legislative research material, questionnaires and newsletters, comprising Poff's office files from his career as Congressman from Virginia's 6th District; and scrapbooks, guestbooks, films of Washington Report, and tapes of campaign advertisements


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