University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
Original open reel audiotapes housed in the Department of Special Collections. Individual tapes are inventoried in collection finding guides. Please consult Special Collections staff for further information
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
Series XVI. Audiovisual materials includes 16mm films, audiocassettes, quarter-inch open reel audio tapes, and DVDs documenting campaign ads, speeches, press appearances, and policy-related activities
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
The collection consists of seventeen open reel audio recordings of humanistic psychologists during therapy sessions. Carl Rogers and Albert Ellis are but two of the psychologists on the tapes
Northwestern University
The Northwestern University Archives’ audiotapes from Program of African Studies lectures date from the period 1965-1974. They include recordings from the Monday Night Lecture Series, which sponsored speakers to visit Northwestern’s Africa House and speak on some topic relating to Africa. Speakers ranged from academics to political figures to authors and artists and included members of Northwestern faculty and staff as well as faculty from other major universities and colleges around the world. Other Africa related lectures and events are also included, notably a group of radio broadcast feeds from The Voice of America’s “African Panorama” series.
University of Pittsburgh
This collection contains 345 audio recordings pertaining to the University of Pittsburgh and its history dating from ca. 1950 to 2000. Content available includes Commencement proceedings, interviews with University chancellors, lectures, and student life. The dominant media types are open reel tapes and standard audiocassettes
University of Mississippi - Archives and Special Collections
Open reel audio tapes, film, and photographic negatives & contact sheets of the blues-rock band Canned Heat. These materials were all recorded, filmed, and photographed by Marina Bokelman in 1967 and 1968
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
The collection contains writings of Brigadier General Henry C. Huglin, USAF Ret., including his newspaper column, "Affairs of Nations," 1973-1977, and other essays, most written ca. 1965-1966, for broadcast as commentaries on the Pacifica Radio Network. Also two open reel tapes of Huglin speaking at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1965-1966
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Scope and Content Two three-inch open reel audiotapes and a transcript (pages 1-66 and 62-70) of Frank Leahy's reminiscences of his early life through 1929 as recorded in interviews the donor had with Leahy circa 1965; and a typescript titled "On Children and the Danger in Football" (6 pages).
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Two three-inch open reel audiotapes and a transcript (pages 1-66 and 62-70) of Frank Leahy's reminiscences of his early life through 1929 as recorded in interviews the donor had with Leahy circa 1965; and a typescript titled "On Children and the Danger in Football" (6 pages)
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
Collection consists of original cassettes, open-reel master, and reference cassette audiotapes of two oral history interviews about the life and career of Duke Ellington. In separate interviews jazz critic Leonard Feather and Sam Woodyard discuss their relationships with and knowledge of Ellington and his music.