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Series I [series]

Series I television programs consist of independent, multi-part programs broadcast as part of the University of Michigan Television Hour, 1955-1980. The early programs were recorded as kinescope negatives and were later produced as 2-inch and 1-inch videotapes. The programs ranged from 5 to 30 segments, each segment being 30-minutes in length. The subject matter covered a wide range of topics and frequently featured university faculty as hosts or guests. The programs were thirty minutes long. Most were black and white, tough later programs recorded on videotape were sometimes done in color.

 
American Consumer, The [subseries]
(Parts of a 10 part consumer education series. This program examines impulse buying and misuse of credit cards. Features: Lewis Mandell, ISR)
 
Credit Card U.S.A. 1973 ([851831-I-1-1])
(This program examines impulse buying and misuse of credit cards. Features: Lewis Mandell, ISR)
 
Original: (2-inch video #1)
 
American Negro, The [subseries]
(Ten part program on the role and status of the Negro in American history and contemporary issues in race relations.)
 
The Third Chance 1964 ([851831-I-2-1])
(An analysis of what the U.S. has done with its three chances to end racial injustice: the American Revolution, the Civil War, and the modern civil rights movement. Features: Alvin Loving, UM-Ed.; Dwight Dumond, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #1, Pos. #1733)
DVD Box   11  
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Streaming File: (851831-I2-1.flv)
 
Who Am I? 1964 ([851831-I-2-2])
(A psychiatrist with the U.S. Public Health Service examines why the Negro child questions and searches for his identity. Features: Alan Loving, UM-Ed.; Dr. James Comer)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #2)
DVD Box   11  
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Streaming File: (851831-I2-2.flv)
 
White Guilt - Black Shame 1964 ([851831-I-2-3])
(An analysis of how white guilt and a Negro sense of shame present barriers to integration. Features: Alan Loving, UM-ED.; Dr. James Comer)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #3, Pos. #1735)
DVD Box   11  
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Streaming File: (851831-I2-3.flv)
 
A Sense of the Future 1964 ([851831-I-2-4])
(A Detroit public school official discusses the faults in the educational system which put the Negro child at a disadvantage. Features: Alan Loving, UM-Ed.; Charles Stewart)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #4, Pos. #1684)
DVD Box   11  
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Streaming File: (851831-I2-4.flv)
 
Is Justice Blind? 1964 ([851831-I-2-5])
(Federal judge and UM law professor examine the Negro's relationship to the American legal system. Features: Alan Loving, UM-Ed.; Joseph Julin, UM-Law,; Wade McCree)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #5, Pos. #1665)
DVD Box   11  
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Streaming File: (851831-I2-5.flv)
 
The Struggle at 1964 ([851831-I-2-6])
(An analysis of the politics of the civil rights movement, director of the 1963 march on Washington outlines the goals of the civil rights movement and discusses the methods used to reach them. Features: Alan Loving, UM-Ed.; Albert Wheeler, UM; Bayard Rustin)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #6, Pos. #1686)
DVD Box   11  
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Streaming File: (851831-I2-6.flv)
 
An Economic Straightjacket 1964 ([851831-I-2-7])
(Herbert Hill, Labor Secretary of the NAACP, discusses the roots and results of employer and union discrimination against the Negro. Features: Alan Loving, UM-Ed.; Albert Wheeler, UM; Herbert Hill)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #7, Pos. #1677)
DVD Box   11  
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Streaming File: (851831-I2-7.flv)
 
Where Shall We Live? 1964 ([851831-I-2-8])
(Detroit City Councilman discusses ghetto living and the importance of open occupancy housing to a democratic society. Features: Alan Loving, UM-Ed.; Mel Ravitz)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #8, Pos. #1730)
DVD Box   11  
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Streaming File: (851831-I2-8.flv)
 
Sanctuary and Spear 1964 ([851831-I-2-9])
(A study of the Negro church's history and the role of all churches in the current civil rights protest movement. Features: Alan Loving, UM-Ed.; Rev. Louis Johnson; Rev. Gordon Jones)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #9, Pos. #1669)
DVD Box   11  
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Streaming File: (851831-I2-9.flv)
 
We Shall Overcome 1964 ([851831-I-2-10])
(A forthright analysis of the current civil rights movement by five active civil rights workers. Features: Albert Wheeler, UM; Damon Keith; Gloria Brown, Beulah Whitby; Charles Brown)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #10, Pos. #1670)
DVD Box   11  
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Streaming File: (851831-I2-10.flv)
 
Artist at Work, The [subseries]
(Thirty part program on artistic technique and creativity.)
 
A Bowl of Fruit 1975 ([851831-I-3-1])
(First film in program discusses color and geometrics of fruits in painting still lifes. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #2)
 
Girl with Lute 1975 ([851831-I-3-2])
(Painting the human figure, questions of anatomy and bone structure are discussed and brush strokes demonstrated. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #3)
 
Hands 1975 ([851831-I-3-3])
(How to draw hands - the beginning artist's nemesis. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #4)
 
Portrait in Pastel 1975 ([851831-I-3-4])
(Facial bone structure; creating a convincing face with pastels. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #5)
 
Mountains are for Painting 1975 ([851831-I-3-5])
(Painting landscapes by highlighting shadows, lights, texture. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #6)
 
The Anatomy of Folds 1975 ([851831-I-3-6])
(Painting folds of textiles using principles of light reflection. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #7)
 
A Breath of Color 1975 ([851831-I-3-7])
(Using an air brush and sponge to achieve buoyancy and other special effects. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #8)
 
The Beautiful Accident 1975 ([851831-I-3-8])
(Palazzola paints with a fish, rag, wood, and other unconventional "brushes." Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #9)
 
Breaking Eggs 1975 ([851831-I-3-9])
(Palazzola demonstrates tempera painting using egg based paints instead of oils as Giotto and Andrew Wyeth did. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #10)
 
Brushing Out of a Slump 1975 ([851831-I-3-10])
(When stagnant and uninspired, Palazzola suggests trying big brushes and bold strokes. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Artist)
 
Original: (2-inch video #11)
 
Mixing Media 1975 ([851831-I-3-11])
(Drawing the traditional ballerina with chalks, pencils, and pastels. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #12)
 
Collage 1975 ([851831-I-3-12])
(Using actual leaves, newspaper, paste, scissors in creating a collage. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #13)
 
Pop Art 1975 ([851831-I-3-13])
(Palazolla demonstrates the effects of advertising and packaging materials on modern day art. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #14)
 
A Happy Still Life 1975 ([851831-I-3-14])
(How to select and paint a still life. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #15)
 
Close-Up 1975 ([851831-I-3-15])
(The oil portrait; duplicating skin tones by mixing oils. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #16)
 
Self Portrait 1975 ([851831-I-3-16])
(Palazolla paints himself and discusses the art of self-portraiture. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #18)
 
The Subject is Flowers 1975 ([851831-I-3-17])
(Using pastels, Palazzola explores the geometry of flowers. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #19)
 
Food for the Palette 1975 ([851831-I-3-18])
(What's good to eat can be good to paint. Painting a still-life of wine, cheese, bread and grapes. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #20)
 
The Eyes Have It 1975 ([851831-I-3-19])
(Palazolla draws eyes in an art-anatomy lesson. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #21)
 
Spray It On 1975 ([851831-I-3-20])
(Using a spray gun to make pictures. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #22)
 
Searching for My Picture 1975 ([851831-I-3-21])
(Posing and re-posing a model. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #23)
 
Second Sitting 1975 ([851831-I-3-22])
(Reappraising an old painting and making changes. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #24)
 
Jade Tree 1975 ([851831-I-3-23])
(Drawing lesson using negative space, Palazzola creates three very different drawings of a jade tree. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #25)
 
Beyond Bottles 1975 ([851831-I-3-24])
(Palazzola emphasizes the two-dimensionality of art, while painting wine bottles. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #26)
 
The Face Within 1975 ([851831-I-3-25])
(Painting a religious picture, inadvertently. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #27)
 
Mountain in the Mist 1975 ([851831-I-3-26])
(Painting a landscape to teach aerial perspective. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #28)
 
My Brush is the Bait 1975 ([851831-I-3-27])
(Demonstrating the use of Japanese brushes, Palazzola creates an imaginary fish. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #29)
 
Drawing Marge Ann 1975 ([851831-I-3-28])
(Intensifying artist's perception through contour and gesture drawing of a model. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #30)
 
Thumb Nail Sketches 1975 ([851831-I-3-29])
(Palazzola demonstrates the importance of making quick sketches before starting a painting. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #31)
 
Painting Marge Ann 1975 ([851831-I-3-30])
(A delightful lesson in the glories and flexibility of oil paint. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM Art)
 
Original: (2-inch video #32)
 
Black Experience, The [subseries]
(Ten part series on Black history. Features: Ronald Edmonds; William Toller, UM-Hist.)
 
Humanity Defiled 1970 ([851831-I-4-1])
(Ten part series on Black history. This program discusses slavery in New World colonies and the alternatives in the responses open to whites and free blacks. Features: Ronald Edmonds; William Toller, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #11, Pos. #3337, 2-inch video #33)
 
A Dream Deferred 1970 ([851831-I-4-2])
(After the American Revolution, slavery became unique to blacks, and provided a psychological and economic basis for white freedom. The post-revolutionary period to the early 1800s is covered. Features: Ronald Edmonds; William Toller, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #12, 2-inch video #34)
 
The Politics of Resistance 1970 ([851831-I-4-3])
(Various forms of rebellion exercised by the slave population and the politics of resistance practiced by the free blacks are explored. Features: Ronald Edmonds; William Toller, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #13, Pos. #3334, 2-inch video #35)
 
A System to Destroy 1970 ([851831-I-4-4])
(Discussion of black participation in the Civil War and Reconstruction periods and the factors leading to the demise of Reconstruction. Features: Ronald Edmonds; William Toller, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #14, 2-inch video #36)
 
The Black Migration 1970 ([851831-I-4-5])
(The economic, political, and social conditions in the South between 1876 and 1914 are covered and the reasons for black migration to the North are traced. Features: Ronald Edmonds; William Toller, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #15, 2-inch video #37)
 
Culture in Crisis 1970 ([851831-I-4-6])
(The culture crisis in the black community - between rural and urban blacks - was as significant to Black history as the black/white conflicts of same period. Features: Ronald Edmonds; William Toller, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #16, Pos. #3288, 2-inch video #38)
 
With All Deliberate Speed 1970 ([851831-I-4-7])
(A look at how the American educational system has affected, and been effected by, the black experience and how it can be changed to help the black child. Features: Ronald Edmonds; William Toller, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #17, Pos. #3337, 2-inch video #39)
 
A Cry of Defiance 1970 ([851831-I-4-8])
(A discussion of the social movements - religious and secular - created by the black community. Explores the Black Nationalist Movement as new ideological alternative. Features: Ronald Edmonds; William Toller, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #18, Pos. #3338, 2-inch video #40)
 
The Barriers 1970 ([851831-I-4-9])
(A discussion of patterns of urban development in the U.S. that combined to create the black ghetto, and an examination of the black alternative to segregation, black nationalism or black community. Features: Ronald Edmonds; William Toller, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #19, Pos. #3339, 2-inch video #41)
 
Black Caucus 1970 ([851831-I-4-10])
(The movement of blacks from the outskirts of political participation to the heart of politics is traced. Features: Ronald Edmonds; William Toller, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #20, Pos. #3340, 2-inch video #42)
 
Canterbury Tales, The [subseries]
(10 part series presents dramatizations of Chaucer's tales with comment by a Chaucer scholar.)
 
Prologue and Pardoners Tale 1967 ([851831-I-5-1])
(10 part series presents dramatizations of Chaucer's tales with comment by a Chaucer scholar. First program contains introduction to medieval England, and the Pardoner tells the moral tale "Death and the Three Revelers." Features: Thomas Garbaty, UM Engl.)
 
Original: (Pos. #2413, 2-inch video #43)
 
The Knights Tale 1967 ([851831-I-5-2])
(Two knights vie for the love of a lady, and do battle in chivalric tradition. Features: Thomas Garbaty, UM Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #21, Pos. #2373, 2-inch video #44)
 
The Shipman's Tale 1967 ([851831-I-5-3])
(Marital deceit involving a merchant, his wife, and a monk. Features: Thomas Garbaty, UM Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #22, Pos. #2415, 2-inch video #45)
 
The Prioress' Tale 1967 ([851831-I-5-4])
(Religious woman tells a story about a devout young boy and a miracle. Features: Thomas Garbaty, UM Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #23, Pos. #2436, 2-inch video #46)
 
The Wife of Bath's Tale 1967 ([851831-I-5-5])
(Amorous adventures of the wife of Bath and how she manages her husbands. Features: Thomas Garbaty, UM Engl.)
 
Original: (Pos. #2417, 2-inch video #47)
 
The Friar's Tale 1967 ([851831-I-5-6])
(Summoner turns out to be evil and corrupt instead of enforcing morality in the church, and is tricked by his own game. Features: Thomas Garbaty, UM Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #24, Pos. #2428, 2-inch video #48)
 
The Clerk's Tale 1967 ([851831-I-5-7])
(A patient, virtuous wife endures her husband's cruelty. Features: Thomas Garbaty, UM Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #25, Pos. #2409, 2-inch video #49)
 
The Merchant's Tale 1967 ([851831-I-5-8])
(A lover's triangle between an ill-matched couple and a young squire. Features: Thomas Garbaty, UM Engl.)
 
Original: (Pos. #2430, 2-inch video #50)
 
The Franklin's Tale 1967 ([851831-I-5-9])
(Noble story of courtly love, supernatural elements, and idealized romance. Features: Thomas Garbaty, UM Engl.)
 
Original: (Pos. #2441, 2-inch video #51)
 
The Nun Priest's Tale and The Manciple's Tale 1967 ([851831-I-5-10])
(An allegorical story about human relationships and the consequences of brutal honesty. Features: Thomas Garbaty, UM Engl.)
 
Original: (Pos. #2422, 2-inch video #52)
 
Challenge of Foreign Policy [subseries]
(Parts of a 13 part series produced for ETRC explores vital questions in America's relations with other countries.)
 
Russia 1955 ([851831-I-6-1])
(Parts of a 13 part series produced for ETRC explores vital questions in America's relations with other countries. In this program Salisbury analyses changes in Soviet leadership and what they mean for the U.S. Features: George Peek, UM-Pol.; N. Marbury Efimenco, UM-Pol.; Harrison Salisbury)
 
Original: (Pos. #1271)
 
Russian People 1955 ([851831-I-6-3])
(Salisbury discusses the question "What are the Russian people like and how do they live?" He focuses on the Russian's attitude toward their own government, toward the U.S., and on the religious revival in Russia. Features: Richard Beardsley, UM-Anthro.; Harison Salisbury)
 
Original: (Pos. #1771)
 
China 1955 ([851831-I-6-5])
(MIT professor Rostow discusses the international intentions of Red China, concludes that China will try to extend her borders of control to other parts of Asia. Also discusses U.S. policy toward Nationalist China. Features: Robert E. Ward, UM-Pol.; W.W. Rostow)
 
Original: (Pos. #1772)
 
Japan 1955 ([851831-I-6-6])
(Professors from the UM Center for Japanese Studies discuss Japan's internal problems and how Japan affects U.S. interests in Asia. Consider how U.S. can convert a defeated, demilitarized enemy into a strong ally against communism. Features: John Hall, UM-Ctr. Jap. St.; Robert Ward, UM-Pol.)
 
Original: (Pos. #1775)
 
Southeast Asia 1955 ([851831-I-6-7])
(Senator Mike Mansfield outlines the history of U.S. policy toward the area and discusses the U.S. interest in security and stability in Southeast Asia. Features: George Peek, UM-Pol.; Russell Fifield, UM-Pol.; Mike Mansfield)
 
Original: (Pos. #1776)
 
Indo-China 1955 ([851831-I-6-8])
(Sen. Mike Mansfield discusses the question "Is it likely that all of Indo-China will soon be Communist?" Concludes that divided Viet Nam is weakest link in armor of defense against Red China. Film footage of war, Ho Chi Minh, and Diem. Features: Russell Fifield, UM-Pol.; George Peek, UM-Pol.; Mike Mansfield)
 
Original: (Pos. #1773)
 
India 1955 ([851831-I-6-9])
(Discussion of India's Congress party and its problems since independence with references to Gandhi and Nehru and what these mean for U.S. policy and the struggle against Communist China. Film footage of Indian agriculture and health projects. Features: Phillips Talbot; John Muehl, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (Pos. #1774)
 
Middle East 1955 ([851831-I-6-10])
(A discussion of U.S. foreign policy interests in the Middle East and whether U.S. interest is reconcilable with the ambitions of the countries themselves. Features: George Peek, UM-Pol.; N. Marbury Efimenco, UM-Pol.; Richard Nolte)
 
Original: (Pos. #1700)
 
Germany 1955 ([851831-I-6-11])
(Author of "Common Sense and Foreign Policy" discusses the problem of Germany, how to make a defeated enemy an accepted ally. a film sequence puts the problem in perspective. Features: James K. Pollock, UM-Pol.; George Peek, UM-Pol.; Dorothy Fosdick)
 
Original: (Pos. #1701)
 
France 1955 ([851831-I-6-12])
(Author of "Common Sense and Foreign Policy" discusses French politics, the rapid turnover in premiers, French commitments abroad and how they affect internal French politics. Film footage shows impact of overseas involvements. Features: George Peek, UM-Pol.; Daniel Wit, UM-Pol.; Dorothy Fosdick)
 
Original: (Pos. #1702)
 
Eng 1955 ([851831-I-6-13])
(Author of "Common Sense and Foreign Policy" discusses aspects of conflict in foreign policy goals of England and the U.S. Includes some footage of Winston Churchill and the blitz of London. Features: George Peek, UM-Pol.; James K. Pollock, UM-Pol.; Dorothy Fosdick)
 
Original: (Pos. #1703)
 
China After Mao [subseries]
(Ten part talk show on changes in China after Mao's death.)
 
Lifestyle 1980 ([851831-I-7-1])
(In this program Martin Whyte, Edward Friedman, and David Zweig compare their experiences and observations on changes in China over the past few decades. Features: Martin Whyte, UM-Soc.; Edward Friedman, U-WI, David Zweig)
 
Original: (2-inch video #53)
 
Education 1980 ([851831-I-7-2])
(Examines the "Cultural Revolution" of 1966-1967 and the attempt to radicalize education, how post-Mao society has re-established educations value. Features: Donald Munro, UM-Philos.; Eileen Blumenthal, UM)
 
Original: (2-inch video #54)
 
The Arts 1980 ([851831-I-7-3])
(Discusses artistic trends and movements in China during and after the "Cultural Revolution." Features: Harriet Mills, UM; Richard Edwards, UM)
 
Original: (2-inch video #55)
 
Trade and Economics 1980 ([851831-I-7-4])
(Looks at China's attempts to modernize its economy before the year 2000, the methods China is using to reach this goal, and the problems associated with international business dealings with China. Features: Robert Dernberger, UM; Arne J. deKeijzer, U.S. China Bus. Dev. Corp.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #56)
 
Law and Justice 1980 ([851831-I-7-5])
(Examines the history and development of Chinese law and justice, changes brought by introduction of first criminal code under Communists in 1980. Features: Christina Whitman, UM; Whitmore Gray, UM; Victor Li, Stanford; Kenneth Lieberthal, Swarth.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #57)
 
Political Leadership and Stability 1980 ([851831-I-7-6])
(A discussion of the many fluctuations in China's internal politics. Features: Michel Oksenberg, UM-Pol.; Kenneth Lieberthal, Swarthmore)
 
Original: (2-inch video #58)
 
U.S. China Relations 1980 ([851831-I-7-7])
(Oksenberg, China advisor to Pres. Carter, and Harding discuss the transitions in U.S. relations with China and the motives on which these changes were based. Features: Michel Oksenberg, UM-Pol.; Harry Harding, Stanford)
 
Original: (2-inch video #59)
 
Relations with the World 1980 ([851831-I-7-8])
(Examines China's relations with other countries, its role as giant of the Third World and potential superpower. Features: Michel Oksenberg, UM-Pol.; Albert Feuerwerker, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #60)
 
Science and Technology 1980 ([851831-I-7-9])
(Looks at China's rapid progress in science and technology, the impact of the "Cultural Revolution" on this development. Features: Albert Feuerwerker, UM-Hist.; Chia-Shun Yih, UM)
 
Original: (2-inch video #61)
 
The Road Ahead 1980 ([851831-I-7-10])
(Three China experts speculate on China's ability to reach the goals it has set for itself, the series is summarized. Features: Albert Feuerwerker, UM-Hist.; Robert Dernberger, UM; Martin Whyte, UM)
 
Original: (2-inch video #62)
 
China: Background for Discussion [subseries]
(Five part series, expert on Chinese Communist ideology looks at the 1949 revolution and how it changed China.)
 
Perspectives 1971 ([851831-I-8-1])
(First program discusses the historical and contemporary attitudes of US toward China. Features: Donald Munro, UM Philos.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #63)
 
Society in Change 1971 ([851831-I-8-2])
(Discussion of the radical changes since the revolution and their affect on the Chinese people. Features: Donald Munro, UM Philos.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #64)
 
Politics and Dissent 1971 ([851831-I-8-3])
(A look at the extent to which political dissent is tolerated by the Chinese government. Features: Donald Munro, UM Philos.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #65)
 
Politics of Development 1971 ([851831-I-8-4])
(Stages of change in economic development since the 1949 revolution and their affect on foreign policy. Features: Donald Munro, UM Philos.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #66)
 
Diplomacy 1971 ([851831-I-8-5])
(Examination of diplomatic relations with Russia and Japan, and the cautious hostility among the three Asian powers. Features: Donald Munro, UM Philos.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #67)
 
China: The Dragon and the Star [subseries]
(Ten part series on Chinese history and contemporary developments in China.)
 
The New Today 1959 ([851831-I-9-1])
(Two experts on Far East affairs examine the growth and development of Red China's modern day power in the light of the 4000 year history of Imperial China. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.; James Crump, UM-Far East Lang.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #26, Pos. #1704)
 
The Long Yesterday 1959 ([851831-I-9-2])
(Documentary view of 3500 years of Imperial Chinese history from its beginnings to 1912. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #27, Pos. #1705)
 
Confucius and the Commissars 1959 ([851831-I-9-3])
(The fascinating history of Chinese philosophies and religion, considered by two authorities on Far Eastern affairs. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.; James Crump, UM-Far East Lang.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #28, Pos. #1706)
 
The Red Chamber 1959 ([851831-I-9-4])
(Experts examine and discuss a priceless collection of ancient Chinese art pieces loaned to the UM Television studio by leading Midwest museums. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.; James Crump, UM-Far East. Lang.; Max Loehr, UM-Art Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #29, Pos. #1707)
 
The Possessing Earth 1959 ([851831-I-9-5])
(China's lands, peasant families and traditional agricultural problems examined by Peter Gosling. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #30, Pos. #1709)
 
Seeds for the Future 1959 ([851831-I-9-6])
(Madame Chiang Kai-Shek and a sociologist are featured in a consideration of the 1911 revolution in China and the early years of the Chinese Republic. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.; Madame Chiang Kai-Shek)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #31, Pos. #1710)
 
Mao and Chiang 1959 ([851831-I-9-7])
(An examination of the lives of Mao Tse Tung and Chiang Kai-Shek during the bitter and crucial decade between 1927 and 1937. A first TV showing of 1937 documentary footage is included. Features: Peter Gosling. UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #32, Pos. #1714)
 
The Tarnished Glory 1959 ([851831-I-9-8])
(One of America's foremost experts on modern China examines the post-war downfall of Chiang Kai-Shek and the triumph of Communism in China. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.; Mary C. Wright, Stanford)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #33, Pos. #1717)
 
The Troubled Strait 1959 ([851831-I-9-9])
(Authorities on Asian-American relations discuss the policies of the U.S. towards Nationalist and Communist China. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.; Robert Ward, UM-Pol.; James Crump, UM-Far East. Lang.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #34, Pos. #1718)
 
The Precarious Future 1959 ([851831-I-9-10])
(Isaacs, authority on Asian-American relations, discusses Chinese Communist power, potential, and designs for world supremacy. Features: Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.; Harold R. Isaacs, MIT)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #35, Pos. #1720)
 
City Desk [subseries]
(Five part series looks at what goes on in writing the news and producing a newspaper.)
 
Glimpse into the Future 1976 ([851831-I-10-1])
(First program looks at the putting together of feature stories, examines obituaries as a specific feature, and the look of a front page. Features: Charles Eisendrath, UM-Jour.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #68)
 
Inside the Anonymous Source 1976 ([851831-I-10-2])
(The importance of sources, protection of sources, and freedom of the press are discussed. Concludes with amusing look at headlines, personality of a newspaper. Features: Charles Eisendrath, UM-Jour.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #69)
 
The Investigative Reporter 1976 ([851831-I-10-3])
(Investigative reporting, the wire services, and one column - "Letters to the Editor" - are examined. Features: Charles Eisendrath, UM-Jour.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #70)
 
Spies, Nazis and Reporters 1976 ([851831-I-10-4])
(Examines some issues of investigative reporting. Eisendrath and Mortellaro look at editorials and analyze the "new" "women's pages." Features: Charles Eisendrath, UM-Jour.; Sarah Mortellaro, UM-Jour.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #71)
 
The Reporter's Eye 1976 ([851831-I-10-5])
(A story is written from two different points of view, reporter's notebook is examined, writing a "lead", some "personals" from daily newspapers are read. Features: Charles Eisendrath, UM-Jour.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #72)
 
City of Time, The [subseries]
(Ten part series on the birth and development of the city in ancient Near East.)
 
Of Time and the City 1964 ([851831-I-11-1])
(Ten part series on the birth and development of the city in ancient Near East. First program examines the major factors contributing to rise of urban life and the role of cities in the ancient Near Eastern world. Features: Louis Orlin, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #327, Pos. #1747, 2-inch video #73)
 
The City and the Gods 1964 ([851831-I-11-2])
(Examines three ancient cities which reveal three different views of the gods held by ancient man - Babylon, Thebes, and the tent city of the Hebrews. Features: Louis Orlin, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #328, Pos. #1749, 2-inch video #74)
 
The City Commercial 1964 ([851831-I-11-3])
(Role of commerce in the spread of culture and civilization and a review of the inland trading post Assur. Features: Louis Orlin, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #329, Pos. #1751, 2-inch video #75)
 
The City and the Desert 1964 ([851831-I-11-4])
(Comparison of ancient Near Eastern nomadic life with other nomadic and urban ways of life in both ancient and modern times. Features: Louis Orlin, UM-Hist.; William D. Schorger, UM-Anthro.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #330, Pos. #1744, 2-inch video #76)
 
The City at War 1964 ([851831-I-11-5])
(Role of the Assyrian army in creating the Assyrian Empire centered at the city of Nineveh, also looks at the development of iron (used in weapons) in creating the world's first fully organized power. Features: Louis Orlin, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #331, Pos. #1745, 2-inch video #77)
 
The City in Diplomacy 1964 ([851831-I-11-6])
(Diplomacy replaced weapons as cities became unwilling to take military risks as their power and alliances grew. Features: Louis Orlin, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #332, Pos. #1746, 2-inch video #78)
 
The City Imperial 1964 ([851831-I-11-7])
(Documents the Persian expansion and conquest of the Near East and the growth of cities Susa, Sardis, and Persepolis. Discusses the code of laws and standardized system of currency and weights and measures. Features: Louis Orlin, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #333, Pos. #1739, 2-inch video #79)
 
The City Divided 1964 ([851831-I-11-8])
(Impact of Greek civilization on the ancient Near East after the invasion of Alexander the Great. Features: Louis Orlin, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #334, Pos. #1740, 2-inch video #80)
 
The City Hellenized 1964 ([851831-I-11-9])
(Discoveries from the excavation of ancient cities of Dura and Seleucia during 1930s. Features: Louis Orlin, UM-Hist.,Clark Hopkins, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #335, Pos. #1742, 2-inch video #81)
 
The City Invincible 1964 ([851831-I-11-10])
(Development of the Judeo-Christian tradition in the Near East and its spread to the Western world. Features: Louis Orlin, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #336, Pos. #1743, 2-inch video #82)
 
Contemporary Dance [subseries]
(Eight part series featuring UM resident dance company and Jose Limon Company, choreography and dance education. Features: Robert Luscombe, UM-Music)
 
Dancemaking 1970 ([851831-I-12-1])
(Eight part series featuring UM resident dance company and Jose Limon Company, choreography and dance education. Features: Robert Luscombe, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #36, Pos. #3284, 2-inch video #83)
 
Seeing Dance 1970 ([851831-I-12-2])
(Viewing, interpreting, and critically evaluating various types of dance performances. Features: Robert Luscombe, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #37, Pos. #3302, 2-inch video #84)
 
Space for Dance 1970 ([851831-I-12-3])
(Dance improvisations using space, sound, and environmental projections are used to illustrate proportion, scale and texture. Features: Robert Luscombe, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #38, Pos. #3286, 2-inch video #85)
 
Sound for Dance 1970 ([851831-I-12-4])
(How a choreographer uses music: fitting the dance to the music, fitting the music to the dance. Features: Robert Luscombe, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #39, Pos. #3310, 2-inch video #86)
 
Dance and the New Media 1970 ([851831-I-12-5])
(Using slides, film, sound, television, and other devices to augment a performance. Features: Robert Luscombe, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #40, Pos. #3311, 2-inch video #87)
 
Where the Dance Is 1970 ([851831-I-12-6])
(Dance on the professional and amateur levels as performed nationwide by people of all ages. Features: Robert Luscombe, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #41, Pos. #3312, 2-inch video #88)
 
Dancers on the Move 1970 ([851831-I-12-7])
(The Jose Limon Dance Company's residence at UM, and its goal to bridge the gap between professional dance in New York and dance activity elsewhere in the country. Features: Robert Luscombe, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #42, Pos. #3313, 2-inch video #89)
 
What's Next 1970 ([851831-I-12-8])
(Original works of new, experimental, innovative dances incorporating avant-garde choreography are performed. Features: Robert Luscombe, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #43, Pos. #3314, 2-inch video #90)
 
Conversations with Allen Whiting [subseries]
(Five part series, informal conversations with Allen Whiting, journalist, diplomat, Far East expert.)
 
U.S. and China 1979 ([851831-I-13-1])
(In this program Whiting recalls a turbulent period in U.S.-China relations and assesses the relationship between the countries today. Features: Allen Whiting; Gayle D. Ness, UM-Soc.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #91)
 
China Watcher 1979 ([851831-I-13-2])
(Former State Dept. intelligence analyst discusses covert and overt intelligence gathering and the shaping of public policy. Features: Allen Whiting; Gayle D. Ness, UM-Soc.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #92)
 
Of Pawns and Powers 1979 ([851831-I-13-3])
(An in-depth look at power politics in Southeast Asia as played by the big powers, role of small nations in big power politics. Features: Allen Whiting; Gayle D. Ness, UM-Soc.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #93)
 
A Look at Leaders 1979 ([851831-I-13-4])
(An inside amount of the personalities, talents and foibles of world political leaders from a man who has worked with and studied many such men. Features: Allen Whiting; Gayle D. Ness, UM-Soc.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #94)
 
A People Sampler 1979 ([851831-I-13-5])
(A half-hour tapestry of ordinary citizens of China, Russia, and the United States. Features: Allen Whiting; Gayle D. Ness, UM-Soc.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #94)
 
Dickens World, The [subseries]
(Ten part series on the works of Charles Dickens)
 
The Popular Dickens 1973 ([851831-I-14-1])
(a "tour of 19th century England via dramatized scenes from Dickens novels." Features: Bert Hornback, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #96)
 
The Radical Reformer 1973 ([851831-I-15-2])
(Dickens the radical: defender of the poor and attacker of social paralysis in the law, church, and schools. Features: Bert Hornback, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #97)
 
The Philosophy of Love 1973 ([851831-I-15-3])
(Love (Dickens' answer to the chaos he saw in the world) is traced through his novels. Features: Bert Hornback, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #98)
 
The Early Novels 1973 ([851831-I-15-4])
(The early style of Charles Dickens as seen in The Pickwick Papers and Oliver Twist. Features: Bert Hornback, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #99)
 
Martin Chuzzlewit 1973 ([851831-I-15-5])
(Dickens' problems: learning to deal with rascals and learning to deal with the world. Features: Bert Hornback, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #100)
 
David Copperfield 1973 ([851831-I-15-6])
(Charles Dickens' growing maturity as author and social critic. Features: Bert Hornback, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #101)
 
Bleak House 1973 ([851831-I-15-7])
(A look at Dickens' critical novel about the foggy, foolish bureaucratic systems of nineteenth century England. Features: Bert Hornback, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #102)
 
The Dark Novels 1973 ([851831-I-15-8])
(A great author's depictions of a loveless society contain many lessons. Features: Bert Hornback, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #103)
 
Great Expectations 1973 ([851831-I-15-9])
(A dramatic look at Charles Dickens' attack on the upper class of English society. Features: Bert Hornback, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #104)
 
Our Mutual Friend 1973 ([851831-I-15-10])
(A close look at Dickens' rebuke to the status quo and the shallow people it can create. Features: Bert Hornback, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #105)
 
Discovery of Science, The [subseries]
 
First Stirrings 1972 ([851831-I-16-1])
(Program 1 of a ten part series on the development of science, with historical vignettes and special graphics. Features: Nicholas Steneck, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #2002)
 
Drawing with Guy Palazzola [subseries]
(Fifteen part series on black and white drawing, Palazzola demonstrates drawing technique, Buttrey comments and asks questions.)
 
All is Movement 1970 ([851831-I-17-1])
(In this program Palazzola demonstrates the art of capturing movement in lines. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #44, Pos. #3410, 2-inch video #423)
 
All is Line 1970 ([851831-I-17-2])
(Sharp clear-cut lines are Palazzola's subject as he demonstrates the art of accuracy in line drawings. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #45, Pos. #3411, 2-inch video #422)
 
All is Light and Shadow 1970 ([851831-I-17-3])
(Delightful drawing and conversation as Palazzola uses charcoal, pen and ink, and chalk to create a portrait of light and shadow. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #46, Pos. #3412, 2-inch video #421)
 
World in Black and White 1970 ([851831-I-17-4])
(Palazzola shows how to draw a landscape and explains why he's drawing rather than painting. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #47, 2-inch video #420)
 
All in Proportion 1970 ([851831-I-17-5])
(Here the proportion is human as Palazzola conducts a master class in drawing the human figure. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #48, Pos. #3414, 2-inch video #419)
 
The Dramatic 1970 ([851831-I-17-6])
(Palazzola, who is known for his realistic drawings, shows how to go beyond realism and create drama in drawing. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #49, Pos. #3415, 2-inch video #418)
 
Brush It On 1970 ([851831-I-17-7])
(We think of a brush as a tool for painting, Palazzola demonstrates the versatility of the brush in black and white drawing. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #50, Pos. #3416, 2-inch video #417)
 
Moving Through Space 1970 ([851831-I-17-8])
(Palazzola shows how to master the artistic concept of perspective. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art,; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #51, Pos. #3417, 2-inch video #416)
 
Hands 1970 ([851831-I-17-9])
(The hand is one of the most character revealing parts of the human anatomy and often presents problems for the beginning artist. Palazzola demonstrates that drawing hands is easy. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #52, Pos. #3418, 2-inch video #415)
 
Paper Animals 1970 ([851831-I-17-10])
(The art of making animals come alive in a black and white drawing is demonstrated by Palazzola. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art,; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #53, Pos. #3419, 2-inch video #413)
 
Portrait and Self-Portrait 1970 ([851831-I-17-11])
(Palazzola discusses the art of portraiture as he draws a model and then himself. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #54, Pos. #3420, 2-inch video #412)
 
Pass the Pen and Ink 1970 ([851831-I-17-12])
(Palazzola demonstrates many varieties of pens and in drawing a still life reveals the special qualities of pen and paper. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #55, Pos. #3421, 2-inch video #411)
 
Art of Composition 1970 ([851831-I-17-13])
(Composition in art is Palazzola's forte. He teaches the viewer how to rearrange objects artistically before drawing them. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #56, Pos. #3422, 2-inch video #410)
 
To Draw is to Examine 1970 ([851831-I-17-14])
(The importance to the artist of examining objects is stressed by Palazzola, who illustrates how ordinary objects can become art. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #57, Pos. #3423, 2-inch video #409)
 
Chalk Talk 1970 ([851831-I-17-15])
(Palazzola talks with chalk and demonstrates the versatility of this simple earth material, favorite of many master artists. Features: Guy Palazzola, UM-Art; Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #58, Pos. #3424, 2-inch video #424)
 
Ecology: Man and the Environment [subseries]
(Fifteen part series on the effects of pollution and measures to correct the problems of the environment.)
 
Primitives to Present 1970 ([851831-I-18-1])
(An overview of ecological development an pollution problems.)
 
Original: (Pos. #1827, 2-inch video #106)
 
Energy and Ecosystems 1970 ([851831-I-18-2])
(The terms, concepts, and consequences of ignoring the basic principles of ecology are defined and discussed. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #60, Pos. #3346, 2-inch video #107)
 
The 1970 ([851831-I-18-3])
(How the U.S. Soil Conservation Service helps to correct land problems, and how a modern farmer uses the latest soil conservation techniques. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #61, Pos. #3359, 2-inch video #108)
 
Water and Weather 1970 ([851831-I-18-4])
(Reasons for water supply problems and methods for easing them. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #63, Pos. #3350, 2-inch video #109)
 
Good Animals, Bad Animals 1970 ([851831-I-18-5])
(How such labeling is responsible for scientific errors in wildlife management, and an assessment of efforts to rectify these errors. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #64, Pos. #3351, 2-inch video #110)
 
Wilderness 1970 ([851831-I-18-6])
(Defining wilderness areas and preserving them for future generations. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #65, Pos. #3356, 2-inch video #111)
 
Pesticides 1970 ([851831-I-18-7])
(Helping to produce attractive, perfect fruits, yet endangering nature's wildlife. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #66, Pos. #3386, 2-inch video #112)
 
Water Pollution 1970 ([851831-I-18-8])
(A promising new method of cleaning up our waters and averting further pollution disasters. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #67, Pos. #3362, 2-inch video #113)
 
Air Pollution 1970 ([851831-I-18-9])
(Examination of the long-range effects of polluted air. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #68, Pos. #3376, 2-inch video #114)
 
The Law 1970 ([851831-I-18-10])
(Increasing concern for our environment has produced concern for strong legislation to deal with environmental issues. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #69, Pos. #3377, 2-inch video #115)
 
Who Governs Nature 1970 ([851831-I-18-11])
(Government officials from local, state, and national levels discuss how pollution problems are met, and by whom. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #70, Pos. #3355, 2-inch video #116)
 
Public Pressure 1970 ([851831-I-18-12])
(How active citizenry can influence government action on environmental problems. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #71, Pos. #3378, 2-inch video #117)
 
Planning 1970 ([851831-I-18-13])
(Modern city planner uses ecology to avoid past mistakes, and a computer to aid in making environmental decisions for the future. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #72, Pos. #3390, 2-inch video #118)
 
Foreign Case Studies 1970 ([851831-I-18-14])
(Examining the resource problems of other nations helps us better understand our own, and an appraisal of harvesting the seas to feed the world's population. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #73, Pos. #3401, 2-inch video #119)
 
Population 1970 ([851831-I-18-15])
(An examination of the most urgent of all our environmental crises. Features: Justin Leonard, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #74, Pos. #3373, 2-inch video #120)
 
Education: Today and Tomorrow [subseries]
(Ten part series shot at Ann Arbor High School, explores role of school in urban society, role of teachers, counselors, administrators in education. Features: Charles Lehman, UM-Ed. and other Ed. School faculty)
 
Occupation Student 1968 ([851831-I-19-1])
(What it means to be a student in contemporary society. Features: Charles Lehman, UM-Ed. and other Ed. School faculty)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #367, Pos. #1785, 2-inch video #121)
 
What Schools Are For 1968 ([851831-I-19-2])
(Discussion of the school's role in an urban setting, the school's right to impose laws on students, and other fundamental issues. Features: Charles Lehman, UM-Ed. and other Ed. School faculty)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #368, Pos. #1766, 2-inch video #0)
 
Between Home and School 1968 ([851831-I-19-3])
(Pre-school education, varieties of nursery schools, preparing its personnel, experience for both parent and child. Features: Charles Lehman, UM-Ed. and other Ed. School faculty)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #369, Pos. #1777, 2-inch video #0)
 
The Teacher and the Machines 1968 ([851831-I-19-4])
(Advantages and limitations of teaching machines are examined. Various types of teaching machines are demonstrated. Features: Charles Lehman, UM-Ed. and other Ed. School faculty)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #370, Pos. #1778, 2-inch video #122)
 
The Principal 1968 ([851831-I-19-5])
(Two principals discuss their various roles as administrator, disciplinarian, curricula planner, implementer, and selector of personnel. Features: Charles Lehman, UM-Ed. and other Ed. School faculty)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #371, Pos. #1779, 2-inch video #123)
 
Teaching the Troubled 1968 ([851831-I-19-6])
(A psychologist and psychiatrist discuss teaching emotionally disturbed children, identifying them, and early diagnosis. Features: Charles Lehman, UM-Ed. and other Ed. School faculty)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #372, Pos. #1770, 2-inch video #124)
 
The Superintendent 1968 ([851831-I-19-7])
(The superintendent of Detroit Public Schools and three fellow educators examine the changing role of the superintendent. Features: Charles Lehman, UM-Ed. and other Ed. School faculty)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #373, Pos. #3402, 2-inch video #125)
 
The Counselor 1968 ([851831-I-19-8])
(Four educators review the role of the counselor in public school education, the range of responsibilities, and how that varies from school to school. Features: Charles Lehman, UM-Ed. and other Ed. School faculty)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #374, Pos. #1788, 2-inch video #126)
 
Schools and Delinquency 1968 ([851831-I-19-9])
(Identifying and evaluating delinquent behavior, rectifying measures, and the court's view of delinquency. Features: Charles Lehman, UM-Ed. and other Ed. School faculty)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #375, Pos. #1787, 2-inch video #127)
 
The Teacher is a Social Animal 1968 ([851831-I-19-10])
(Extracurricular activities of teachers (moonlighting, political activities, etc.), and their right to have such activities. Features: Charles Lehman, UM-Ed. and other Ed. School faculty)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #376, Pos. #1784, 2-inch video #128)
 
Frontiers of Health [subseries]
(Thirty-part series featuring experts from University of Michigan Medical School and Hospitals analyzes major health problems and progress in diagnosis and treatment.)
 
Birth of a Baby 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-1])
(This program looks at advances in making childbirth safer. Features: Tommy Evans, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #75, Pos. #1)
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Rh factor 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-2])
(Lowery explains what Rh Factor is and the danger it presents, feature film of an exchange transfusion in which a newborn baby's life is saved. Features: George Lowery, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #76, Pos. #4)
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Cancer of the Uterus 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-3])
(A step by step analysis of a typical patient will show how uterine cancer is detected and treated. Features: Norman F. Miller, UM-Med.; Howard B. Latourette, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #77, Pos. #6)
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Glaucoma 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-4])
(A look at the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma, the leading cause of blindness in the U.S., television camera will duplicate electronically the warning signals of glaucoma. Features: John W. Henderson, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #78, Pos. #7)
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Isotopes 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-5])
(A look at how radioactive isotopes are used to fight disease. Features: Arthur Solari, UM-Med.; Clifford Gurney, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #79, Pos. #9)
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Anemia 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-6])
(An examination of the three types of anemia, using UM Hospital equipment, Sturgis demonstrates the only method by which doctors can determine the type of anemia a patient has. Features: Cyrus G. Sturgis, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #80)
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Diabetes 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-7])
(A discussion of the symptoms and diagnosis of diabetes and its treatment through medication and diet control, demonstration of an insulin injection to show how diabetics can learn the technique of self-injection. Features: Holbrooke Seltzer, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #81, Pos. #12)
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Anesthetics 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-8])
(Close-up views of complex anesthesia machines, plus special film footage will demonstrate how ether, intravenous and spinal anesthetics are administered. Features: Robert Sweet, UM-Med; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #82, Pos. #15)
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Dentistry I 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-9])
(Candid films taken at the Children's Dental Clinic will illustrate how dentists concentrate on building confidence in the crucial first visit. Features: Kenneth Eastlick, UM-Dent.; Adelia Beeuwkes, UM-SPH)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #83)
 
Dentistry II 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-10])
(With the assistance of four young children, Moyers, director of the UM Dental School Orthodontics Clinic, will demonstrate new interceptive methods in orthodontics. Features: Robert Moyers, UM-Dent.; Adelia Beeuwkes, UM-SPH)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #84, Pos. #19)
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Dentistry III 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-11])
(A demonstration of new specific methods towards the elimination of tooth decay. Features: Philip Jay, UM-Dent.; Adelia Beeuwkes, UM-SPH)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #85, Pos. #21)
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Poliomyelitis I 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-12])
(Fifty years of struggle against polio will be reviewed by Dr. Francis, who played a major role in the fight against polio when he directed the nationwide vaccine trials in 1954. Features: Thomas Francis, Jr., UM-Med.; Harry Towsley, UM-Med.; Adelia Beeuwkes, UM-SPH)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #86, Pos. #22)
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Poliomyelitis II 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-13])
(Rehabilitation of polio victims at the UM Polio Respirator Center is discussed by two patients and Center Director Dickinson who demonstrates some of the mechanical devices used in treatment and therapy. Features: David Dickinson, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #87, Pos. #24)
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Heart Disease 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-14])
(Features a look at how a team of doctors diagnosed a congenital heart defect in a 14 year old boy with an explanation of the patients condition, a hole between the chambers of the heart, and surgical procedures to correct the problem. Features: Aaron Stern, UM-Med.; Herbert Chrysler, UM-Med.; Melvin Figley, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #88, Pos. #25)
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Rheumatic Fever 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-15])
(Story of rheumatic fever, fourth most common cause of death among children, is told through the case of a 13 year old boy treated at UM Hospital. Features: George Lowery, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #89, Pos. #27)
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Rheumatic Heart Disease 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-16])
(A doctor and a forty year old patient discuss the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of rheumatic heart disease. Features: Franklin Johnston, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #90, Pos. #28)
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Coronary Heart Disease 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-17])
(Two of the most dreaded terms in medicine - angina pectoris and coronary thrombosis - are discussed as the head of the University Hospital heart station examines the causes and treatment of coronary artery disease. Features: Franklin Johnston, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #91, Pos. #31)
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Tuberculosis I 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-18])
(A tuberculosis specialist and his patient discuss misconceptions about the still prevalent disease. Features: Winthrop Davey, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #92, Pos. #33)
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Tuberculosis II 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-19])
(Two tuberculosis patients reminisce about their year of sanatorium life, dramatized by photographs of the University Tuberculosis Unit. Features: Winthrop Davey UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #93, Pos. #69)
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Artificial Limbs 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-20])
(New developments in artificial limbs are demonstrated. Features: Sylvester O'Connor, UM-Med; Beverly Granger, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #94, Pos. #71)
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Sciatica/Slipped Discs 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-21])
(The cause and treatment of sciatica and slipped disc are discussed. Features: Carl E. Badgley, UM-Med.; Richard Judge. UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #95, Pos. #3554)
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Cataracts 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-22])
(The treatment of cataracts is discussed, television camera will duplicate the gradual blurring of vision which develops from cataracts. Features: John Henderson, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #96, Pos. #73)
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Hearing Loss 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-23])
(Dean of the UM Medical School explains the nerve ending damage type of deafness and interviews three patients on how their deafness was overcome. Features: Albert Furstenberg, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #97, Pos. #75)
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Cancer 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-24])
(A look at how doctors work as a team in diagnosing and treating cancer. Features: Marion DeWeese, UM-Med.; Isadore Lampe, UM-Med.; James French, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #98, Pos. #77)
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Cancer of the Lung 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-25])
(Facts about lung cancer and smoking. Features: Herbert Sloan, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #99, Pos. #78)
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Head Injuries 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-26])
(UM neuro-surgeon discusses the symptoms of infant head injuries using anatomical drawings to illustrate internal damage that can occur, a sequence of photographs shows an actual operation to remove a blood clot from a baby's brain. Features: Richard Schneider, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #100, Pos. #79)
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Aphasia 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-27])
(Rehabilitation of aphasia victims by the UM Speech Clinic. Features: Irwin Brown, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #101)
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Cleft Palate 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-28])
(Restoration of cleft palate children by doctor, dentist, and speech therapist. Features: James Hayward, UM-Dent.; George Lowery, UM-Med.; Harlan Bloomer, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #102, Pos. #88)
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Physical Medicine 1955-1956 ([851831-I-20-29])
(An examination of the new science of physical medicine which rehabilitates paraplegics and amputees. Features: James Rae, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #103, Pos. #91)
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Appendicitis 1995-1996 ([851831-I-20-30])
(A discussion of appendicitis and lower abdominal pain in children, with films showing an appendectomy and its post-operative follow up. Features: George Lowery, UM-Med.; Marion DeWeese, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #104, Pos. #92)
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Future Without Shock [subseries]
(Ten part introduction to the tools and approaches of the engineer, his role and impact on society.)
 
Of Time and Consequence 1971 ([851831-I-21-1])
(This program examines the role and milieu of the engineer from ancient to modern times Features: Hansford W. Farris, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #384)
 
A Delicate Balance 1971 ([851831-I-21-2])
(Concentrates on materials and man's progression from natural to synthetic materials. Features: Hansford W. Farris, UM-Eng.; George Haddad; Lawrence H. Van Vlack)
 
Original: (2-inch video #385)
 
For As Long As the Sun Shall Shine 1971 ([851831-I-21-3])
(Examines the pressures for increasing the availability of energy to emerging societies and choices we must make for our own future. Features: Hansford W. Farris, UM-Eng.; William Kerr, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #386)
 
From A to D 1971 ([851831-I-21-4])
(The shift from analog-type signal transmission to digital systems, allowing for increased capacity on existing facilities. The method of dividing time is illustrated. Features: Hansford W. Farris, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #387)
 
A Wondrous Complexity 1971 ([851831-I-21-5])
(Discussion of analytical tools used by the operations engineer in handling and maintaining the complex systems upon which our society depends. Features: Hansford W. Farris, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #388)
 
Neither Laggard Nor Wearied 1971 ([851831-I-21-6])
(A look at the history of the computer. Features: Hansford W. Farris, UM-Eng.; Richard L. Phillips, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #389)
 
The Engineering Essence 1971 ([851831-I-21-7])
(Discussion of modern engineering creativity in the field of design with David A. Sonstegard, the co-developer of the "spherocentric knee." (First Prize, International Rehabilitation Film Festival.) Features: Hansford W. Farris, UM-Eng.; David A. Sonstegard)
 
Original: (2-inch video #390)
 
The Effluents of Affluence 1971 ([851831-I-21-8])
(Examines current waste disposal methods (land fills and metal reclamation) and surveys the requirements, problems, and potential of resource recovery, also the need for disposing of unrecyclable materials. Features: Hansford W. Farris, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #391)
 
Feedback 1971 ([851831-I-21-9])
(Presentation on the many ways that our society, in general, and engineering, in particular, utilize feedback processes. Features: Hansford W. Farris, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #392)
 
To Be An Ingenor 1971 ([851831-I-21-10])
(A perspective on engineering suggests "Ingenor" as a title for the profession, looks at ingenuity and technological substitution as characteristics of our time, and at some of the most ingenious technological breakthroughs. Features: Hansford W. Farris, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #393)
 
Genius [subseries]
(One program from a series on industrial, scientific and business pioneers.)
 
Ford 1957 ([851831-I-22-3])
(Henry Ford, automotive pioneer and man of ideas, is presented and analyzed through historic film of his industry and life. Black, longtime employee and friend of Ford, discusses Ford's achievements. Includes rare footage from the Ford archives. Fred Black, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (Pos. #808)
 
Girls and Women [subseries]
(Ten part series on the changing role ans status of American women.)
 
Adam's Rib 1971 ([851831-I-23-1])
(A fresh look at the nature and potential of American women. Features: Lyn Mattoon, UM-Philos.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #105, 2-inch video #129)
 
Eve's Mind 1971 ([851831-I-23-2])
(Panel explores problems and potential of four different ages and stages of womanhood. Features: Lynn Mattoon, UM-Philos.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #106, Pos. #3454, 2-inch video #130)
 
Women in the Family of Man 1971 ([851831-I-23-3])
(A variety of lifestyles are presented as alternatives to the typical white, middle-class American family structure. Features: Lynn Mattoon, UM-Philos.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #107, Pos. #3447, 2-inch video #131)
 
A Woman's Place 1971 ([851831-I-23-4])
(The position of women in ancient Rome, the Middle Ages, and the eighteenth century. Features: Lynn Mattoon, UM-Philos.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #108, 2-inch video #132)
 
New Freedoms for Women 1971 ([851831-I-23-5])
(Social changes over the past century that concern women. Features: Lynn Mattoon, UM-Philos.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #109, 2-inch video #133)
 
How the World Sees Women 1971 ([851831-I-23-6])
(Stereotypes of women presented in a dance sequence and discussed by a panel. Features: Lynn Mattoon, UM-Philos.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #110, 2-inch video #134)
 
Women, Law, and Politics 1971 ([851831-I-23-7])
(Examination of the current issues involving the freedom and rights of American women. Features: Lynn Mattoon, UM-Philos.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #111, 2-inch video #135)
 
Girls in School 1971 ([851831-I-23-8])
(Stereotypes of male-female roles presented in textbooks, teachers' fixed ideas on differences between the sexes, and the subject of counseling. Features: Lynn Mattoon, UM-Philos.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #112, 2-inch video #136)
 
What Every Woman Knows 1971 ([851831-I-23-9])
(Panel of women experienced in advising women regarding education and work responds to questions. Features: Lynn Mattoon, UM-Philos.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #379, 2-inch video #137)
 
A Woman's Work, A Woman's Life 1971 ([851831-I-23-10])
(Six women discuss their experiences in business and personal relationships. Features: Lynn Mattoon, UM-Philos.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #113, 2-inch video #138)
 
Government of Michigan [subseries]
(Eight part series on state and local government in Michigan hosted by UM political scientist Daniel S. McHargue.)
 
Administrative Agencies 1957 ([851831-I-24-1])
(Eight part series on state and local government in Michigan hosted by UM political scientist Daniel S. McHargue. This program looks at state administrative agencies, what sort of powers they have, the sorts of jobs they do. Features: Daniel S. McHargue, UM-Pol.; John Lederle, UM-Pol.; Stanley Fontana, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #114, Pos. #159)
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Finance 1957 ([851831-I-24-2])
(Where Michigan gets its money and how it goes about spending it is discussed by state Budget Director Frank Landers and Clarence Lock, Deputy Commissioner of Revenue. Features: Daniel McHargue, UM-Pol.; Clarence Lock; Frank M. Landers)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #115, Pos. #160)
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Civil Service 1957 ([851831-I-24-3])
(Civil Service in Michigan is discussed by C.J. Hess, state Deputy Director of Personnel. Features: Daniel McHargue, UM-Pol.; C.J. Hess)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #116, Pos. #161)
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The Legislature 1957 ([851831-I-24-4])
(Michigan Lt. Governor and Speaker of the House meet to discuss the law making process in Michigan -- how our state legislator works. Features: Daniel McHargue, UM-Pol.; Philip Hart; George Van Peursem)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #117, Pos. #162)
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The Legislator 1957 ([851831-I-24-5])
(State Representative Sallade and chain store lobbyist Doyle discuss the roles of lobbyist and legislator in the legislative process. Features: Daniel McHargue, UM-Pol.; George Sallade; Wilfred F. Doyle)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #118, Pos. #163)
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The Judiciary 1957 ([851831-I-24-6])
(Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court and law professor discuss the court system in Michigan. Features: Daniel McHargue, UM-Pol.; Charles Joiner, UM-Law; John R. Dethmers)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #119, Pos. #164)
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Local Government 1957 ([851831-I-24-7])
(A discussion and evaluation of the various units of local government in Michigan. Features: Daniel McHargue, UM-Pol.; Arthur Bromage, UM-Pol.; Edward Connor)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #120, Pos. #3555)
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Office of the Governor 1957 ([851831-I-24-8])
(Governor Williams and two UM political scientists discuss the duties, functions and problems of the office of Governor. Features: Daniel McHargue, UM-Pol.; James K. Pollock, UM-Pol.; G. Mennen Williams)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #121, Pos. #166)
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Herodotus: Father of History [subseries]
(Ten lectures on Herodotus and his histories by Theodore Buttrey. UM-Classics)
 
From Small Causes 1980 ([851831-I-26-1])
(Ten lectures on Herodotus and his histories. First program examines the meaning of history as Herodotus saw it in 5th century B.C. Greece, his method of interviewing people who witnessed events or knew someone who had been there. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #341)
 
The Way Men Behave 1980 ([851831-I-27-2])
(Herodotus finds his role as historian, learning to give both sides of the story. Buttrey explores both myth and reality in Herodotus' Greek and Persian world. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #342)
 
The Story of Croesus 1980 ([851831-I-27-3])
(How Croesus, the wealthiest man in the world, seeks immortality through continuation of blood line and reputation and then loses both. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #243)
 
The Rise and Fall of Cyrus 1980 ([851831-I-27-4])
(Cyrus the Great, Persian king who conquered Cyrus and all Greek speaking residents of Asia Minor, as seen through the eyes of Herodotus. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #344)
 
Curious About Customs 1980 ([851831-I-27-5])
(Herodotus was especially curious about other lands and Buttrey relates some of his best stories about the Egyptians. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #345)
 
Traveler's Tales 1980 ([851831-I-27-6])
(Professor Buttrey shows Herodotus relating some of the most outlandish stories without evaluating their credibility. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #346)
 
The Battle of Marathon 1980 ([851831-I-27-7])
(Looks at how the great wars began between the Persians and the Greeks. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #347)
 
Folly of Xerxes 1980 ([851831-I-27-8])
(A morality tale unfolds about Xerxes, King of the Persians, trying to assume complete power over the Greeks. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #348)
 
Greeks Stand at Thermopylae 1980 ([851831-I-27-9])
(Professor talks about Thermopylae and the small Spartan contingent which held off the Persian Empire. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #349)
 
That These Things Shall Not Be Forgotten 1980 ([851831-I-27-10])
(The Athenian fleet destroys the Persian fleet at Salamis. Dr. Buttrey says that, for Herodotus, the facts are important, but what they tell us about human behavior is even more important. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #350)
 
My Friends The Philodendrons 1978 ([851831-I-28-1])
(Twenty part series on growing and displaying plants and flowers. This program answers common questions about philodendrons. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #504)
 
House Botanist [subseries]
(Twenty part series on growing and displaying plants and flowers.)
 
African Violets 1978 ([851831-I-28-2])
(Propagating, fertilizing, using lights, and placing violets in the house are illustrated. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #505)
 
Ferns in the Family 1978 ([851831-I-28-3])
(Discusses and displays tree ferns, Boston ferns, Staghorn ferns, and others. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #506)
 
Stuck on Cactus 1978 ([851831-I-28-4])
(Examines the Christmas cactus and lesser known varieties. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #507)
 
Succulents 1978 ([851831-I-28-5])
(Shows dividing, transplanting, and displaying succulents. Basic information and useful for the beginner. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #508)
 
Orchid Fancier 1978 ([851831-I-28-6])
(Shows lovely and exotic orchids, also simpler varieties and beautiful wild ones. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #509)
 
Begin the Begonias 1978 ([851831-I-28-7])
(Demonstrates cross-pollination and propagation from stems and leaves, and how the home gardener can have year-round begonias. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #510)
 
Geranium on My Soul 1978 ([851831-I-28-8])
(Art and skill of growing America's most popular indoor/outdoor house plant. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #511)
 
Potpourri 1978 ([851831-I-28-9])
(Exhibits and discusses unrelated plants (some beautiful, some exotic, some dangerous). Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #512)
 
Green Giants 1978 ([851831-I-28-10])
(Care of large house plants and the art of propagating from cuttings and air-layering. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #513)
 
Is There a Doctor in the House 1978 ([851831-I-28-11])
(Explains pests and solutions for their removal. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #514)
 
Gone for Two Weeks 1978 ([851831-I-28-12])
(Practical solutions for plant maintenance for times when plants are both unattended and attended. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #515)
 
Bravo for Bonsai 1978 ([851831-I-28-13])
(Bonsai expert shows how the art of bonsai works. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #516)
 
Shape Up Plants 1978 ([851831-I-28-14])
(Pruning outdoor and indoor plants. Tips on pruning for shape and health. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #517)
 
Words About Herbs 1978 ([851831-I-28-15])
(Shows how to plant, maintain, and use an herb garden. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #518)
 
Wild and Tasty 1978 ([851831-I-28-16])
(How to identify edible wild plants, and how to cook them. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #519)
 
Beautiful But Dangerous 1978 ([851831-I-28-17])
(Poisonous plants are identified, both indoors and outdoors. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #520)
 
Getting Ready for Spring 1978 ([851831-I-28-18])
(Explains seed catalogs and how to start plants indoors for later outdoor planting. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #521)
 
Dyeing Can Be Fun 1978 ([851831-I-28-19])
(An expert demonstrates the art of dyeing with plants and flowers. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #522)
 
The House of the House Botanist 1978 ([851831-I-28-20])
(Outdoor tour of Kaufman's own flower and vegetable gardens, and an explanation of how to make a compost heap. Features: Peter Kaufman, UM-Bot.)
 
Original: (1-inch video #523)
 
Images of America [subseries]
(Fifteen part series on major ideas and events of American history.)
 
Beachhead for a Nation 1963 ([851831-I-29-1])
(This program looks at the characteristics of Puritan thinking and its contribution to the American intellectual and political heritage. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #122, Pos. #1568, 2-inch video #129)
 
Life, Liberty and Happiness 1963 ([851831-I-29-2])
(Early American growth and expansion in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Examines works of Benjamin Franklin and the Declaration of Independence. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #123, Pos. #1569, 2-inch video #140)
 
Sugar, Tea and Taxes 1963 ([851831-I-29-3])
(Looks at the events that contributed to the emergence of distinct American mind and outlook, and how the war for independence was a ramification of this. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #124, Pos. #1508, 2-inch video #141)
 
One From Many 1963 ([851831-I-29-4])
(The compromise that framed the United States Constitution and created a single nation of 13 sovereign states. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.; Oscar Handlin, Harvard)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #125, Pos. #1509, 2-inch video #142)
 
Westward to Eden 1963 ([851831-I-29-5])
(Political developments during westward expansion in the nineteenth century, and the attempts to create a national culture. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.; Norton Mezvinsky; Samuel Sachs)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #126, Pos. #1572, 2-inch video #143)
 
Search for a Soul 1963 ([851831-I-29-6])
(Exploration of the basic ideas of the great literary works published between 1820 and the Civil War, including those by Emerson, Hawthorne, Melville, and Harriet Beecher Stowe. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #127, Pos. #1582, 2-inch video #144)
 
The Dividing Union 1963 ([851831-I-29-7])
(Issues contributing to the Civil War, attempts to avoid the conflict, and the consequences of the war. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.; Norton Mezvinsky)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #128, Pos. #1583, 2-inch video #145)
 
Lincoln and the War 1963 ([851831-I-29-8])
(Examines the motivation behind Lincoln's crucial decisions during the Civil War Years. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #129, Pos. #1584, 2-inch video #146)
 
Boom and Brazen Years 1963 ([851831-I-29-9])
(The rise of industry, including unions and big business, and the social movements of the day as seen by major American writers. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #130, Pos. #1576, 2-inch video #147)
 
Reform and the Big Stick 1963 ([851831-I-29-10])
(Discussion of the trust busting and big stick policy days of Teddy Roosevelt, and the role of literature in the struggle to obtain true democracy. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #131, Pos. #1577, 2-inch video #148)
 
The Wilson Years 1963 ([851831-I-29-11])
(Examines the domestic and foreign policies of Woodrow Wilson, his moral diplomacy, domestic reforms, and the reasons why the United States entered World War I. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #132, Pos. #1516, 2-inch video #149)
 
The Jazz and Exile Age 1963 ([851831-I-29-12])
(Examines the social and political fabric of the "Roaring 20s" and the criticism of American life by writers H.L. Mencken, Sinclair Lewis, and E.E. Cummings. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #133, Pos. #1564, 2-inch video #150)
 
A Time of Troubles 1963 ([851831-I-29-13])
(Examines the 1930 trend away from individualism and isolationism toward cooperative efforts to solve both the domestic and international problems. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #134, Pos. #1518, 2-inch video #151)
 
After the Day of Infamy 1963 ([851831-I-29-14])
(Key events that led to U.S. involvement in World War II, important phases of the war, and the start of the nuclear age. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #135, Pos. #1519, 2-inch video #152)
 
Conflict and Conformity 1963 ([851831-I-29-15])
(The growth of the nation during the post-war period, conflicts among idealists, pragmatists, isolationists, and internationalists, and the state of the arts. Guests: Richard Gardner, William Lewis, Paul Cooper, Allen Seager. Features: Charles O'Donnell, UM-Engl.; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #136, Pos. #1581, 2-inch video #153)
 
Inquiring Mind [subseries]
(Fifteen part series focusing on the research and teaching of UM professors with footage from classes, seminars and laboratories.)
 
A China Course 1963 ([851831-I-30-1])
(This program features the teaching and research of UM China specialist James Crump. Features: James Crump, UM-Chinese Lang.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #137, Pos. #2556)
 
The Energy Analysts 1963 ([851831-I-30-2])
(Two UM engineering professors discuss their research on liquid metals for use in nuclear reactors, and analyze their system for teaching engineers. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; David Ragone, UM-Eng.; Richard Balzhiser, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #138, Pos. #2572)
 
Art and the Four Horsemen 1963 ([851831-I-30-3])
(Snyder discusses his research which concerns the use of the Book of Revelations as subject matter for painting and book illustration in the Middle Ages. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; James E. Snyder, UM-Art Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #139, Pos. #2573)
 
Maps and Mathematics 1963 ([851831-I-30-4])
(A look at some of the ideas and technology in the field of geography and map making with a commentary by UM geographer Waldo Tobler. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class; Waldo Tobler, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #140, Pos. #2559, 2-inch video #395)
 
The Study of Power 1963 ([851831-I-30-5])
(Jacobson discusses his teaching and research as a political scientist. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; Harold Jacobson, UM-Pol. Sci.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #141, Pos. #2574)
 
Patterns of Heredity 1963 ([851831-I-30-6])
(Rizki and his students discuss genetics experiments they are conducting, filmed footage from Rizki's lab on his complicated research on the genetics of fruit flies. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; Tahir Rizki, UM-Zool.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #142, Pos. #2607)
 
The Focus on Man 1963 ([851831-I-30-7])
(Lurie, an anthropologist in the School of Public Health, discusses her teaching and the field work she has done among the Winnebago and Dogrib Indians. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; Nancy Lurie, UM-SPH)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #143, Pos. #2547)
 
Reading the Heavens 1963 ([851831-I-30-8])
(Howard discusses astronomy and a special research project involving radio telescope observations of the planet Mercury. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; William Howard, UM-Astron.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #144, Pos. #2548)
 
Reform In Mathematics 1963 ([851831-I-30-9])
(Brumfield's research has centered on reforming methods for teaching arithmetic, geometry and mathematics, he discusses and illustrates the differences between the "New Math" approach and the traditional methods. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; Charles Brumfield, UM-Math.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #145, Pos. #3318)
 
The Painting Professor 1963 ([851831-I-30-10])
(Lewis shows and discusses some of his paintings based on events of the American Civil War. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; William Lewis, UM-Art)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #146, Pos. #2550)
 
The Role of Money 1963 ([851831-I-30-11])
(UM professor of finance discusses his research into the role of banks, credit and money in the American economy. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; Thomas Gies, UM-Bus.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #147, Pos. #2566)
 
Records in the Rocks 1963 ([851831-I-30-12])
(UM geologist discusses and demonstrates how scientists are uncovering the mysteries of rocks, ores, and minerals. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; William Kelly, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #148, Pos. #2621)
 
Words of a Poet 1963 ([851831-I-30-13])
(UM English professor and poet reads and discusses his poems and poetry and poets in general. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; Donald Hall, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #149, Pos. #2614)
 
The Child's World 1963 ([851831-I-30-14])
(Cutler discusses and illustrates his research into children's behavior. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; Richard Cutler, UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #150, Pos. #2623)
 
In Search of Order and Change 1963 ([851831-I-30-15])
(Litwak explains his research on techniques for achieving orderly change. Features: John A. Hanson, UM-Class.; Eugene Litwak, UM-SW)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #151, Pos. #2570)
 
Know Your Sports [subseries]
(Eight part series in which UM coaches explain the fundamentals of their sport and their coaching techniques and strategy with Athletic Director "Fritz' Crisler.)
 
Golf 1955 ([851831-I-31-1])
(This program features UM golf coach Albert Katzenmeyer. Features: H.O. "Fritz" Crisler, UM-Ath.; Albert Katzenmeyer, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #152, Pos. #131)
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Football I 1955 ([851831-I-31-2])
(UM football coach demonstrates two types of play series - the buck lateral and spin formations. Features: H.O. "Fritz" Crisler, UM-Ath.; Bennie Oosterbaan, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #153, Pos. #132)
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Track 1955 ([851831-I-31-3])
(UM track coach and track team members demonstrate fundamentals of throwing, running, jumping, and hurdling events. Features: H.O. "Fritz" Crisler, UM-Ath.; Don Canham, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #154, Pos. #3521)
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Baseball 1955 ([851831-I-31-4])
(UM baseball coach, using members of his team, demonstrates fundamentals of pitching and batting, compares Big Ten baseball to major league competition. Features: H.O. "Fritz" Crisler, UM-Ath.; Ray Fisher, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #155, Pos. #134)
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Tennis 1955 ([851831-I-31-5])
(UM tennis coach demonstrates the fundamentals of the game and discusses strategy for singles and doubles competition. Features: H.O. "Fritz" Crisler, UM-Ath.; Bill Murphy, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #156, Pos. #135)
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Wrestling 1955 ([851831-I-31-6])
(UM wrestling coach discusses college and Olympic wrestling and explains how the game is scored. Features: H.O. "Fritz" Crisler, UM-Ath.; Cliff Keen, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #157, Pos. #136)
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Swimming and Diving 1955 ([851831-I-31-7])
(UM swimming coach uses films taken in the new women's pool to demonstrate the four basic competitive strokes, also appearing are the UM diving coach and Big 10 swimming champion Jack Wardop. Features: H.O. "Fritz" Crisler, UM-Ath.; Gus Stager, UM-Ath.; Bruce Harlan, UM-Ath.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #158, Pos. #171)
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Football II 1955 ([851831-I-31-8])
(Bennie Oosterbaan, UM-Ath.; Terry Barr; Tony Branoff, Lou Baldacci, George Meads, Ron Kramer)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #159, Pos. #172)
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Living Language, The [subseries]
(Fifteen part series focuses on the effects language and people have on each other.)
 
Living Language, The 1965 ([851831-I-32-1])
(In this program Chavarria Aguilar points out peculiarities in Spanish, German, and Arabic to illustrate differences in the worlds major languages. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #161, Pos. #1725, 2-inch video #164)
 
Not By Words Alone 1965 ([851831-I-32-2])
(English guest and an anthropologist take us on a tour of Burma and India to learn how a tribal structure (culture and society) can affect vocabulary (developing the language). Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (Pos. #1711, 2-inch video #165)
 
Of Words and Laughter 1965 ([851831-I-32-3])
(A Scottish linguist demonstrates primitive humor (the person speaking in your language with a foreign accent). A poet presents humor in verse. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #162, Pos. #1712, 2-inch video #166)
 
It Loses in Translation 1965 ([851831-I-32-4])
(Explores limitations in going from one language to another, particularly limits placed upon language by culture. Demonstrates difficulty of capturing both sense and sound in translation. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.; Prof. Ian Catford)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #163, Pos. #1945, 2-inch video #167)
 
I Talk American 1965 ([851831-I-32-5])
(The evolution of British English into American English. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #164, Pos. #1699, 2-inch video #168)
 
Pail Versus Bucket 1965 ([851831-I-32-6])
(Several experts and Americans with regional speech differences discuss their own speech characteristics, and whether these will continue despite the homogenizing effect of radio and television. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #165, Pos. #1715, 2-inch video #169)
 
Kid Talk 1965 ([851831-I-32-7])
(Examines and demonstrates with audio tapes how a child's language develops. Emphasizes the importance of parents conversing with their children. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #166, Pos. #1716, 2-inch video #170)
 
What's In A Name 1965 ([851831-I-32-8])
(Past and present naming practices, and the variety of ways people are named. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #167, Pos. #3322, 2-inch video #172)
 
VIW's: Very Influential Words 1965 ([851831-I-32-9])
(Words can influence positively and negatively, or have no impact. An advertising writer and a linguist look at the language of advertising. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #168, Pos. #3321, 2-inch video #173)
 
Why Study Foreign Language 1965 ([851831-I-32-10])
(Two linguists and a nationally known French teacher discuss the pros and cons of teaching foreign language. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #169, Pos. #1719, 2-inch video #174)
 
Style is the Man 1965 ([851831-I-32-11])
(Examines the works of E.E. Cummings, James Joyce, Jean Paul Sartre and X.J. Kennedy. The choice of words, grammar, and construction are emphasized as important elements of style. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #170, Pos. #1762, 2-inch video #175)
 
New Words for New Worlds 1965 ([851831-I-32-12])
(A linguistic tour of Cape Kennedy teaches us how language adopts new words, specifically in relation to the space program. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #171, Pos. #1721, 2-inch video #176)
 
Watch Your Language 1965 ([851831-I-32-13])
(Examines "loaded language" and how it can be spotted and analyzed. Also examines "purr" and "snarl" words. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #172, Pos. #1722, 2-inch video #177)
 
Language and Nationalism 1965 ([851831-I-32-14])
(Chavarria-Aguilar and guests explain how language to supplant a colonial tongue is chosen and sometimes discarded. Examples include Ireland, Israel, and Nigeria. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #173, Pos. #1708, 2-inch video #178)
 
The Linguists 1965 ([851831-I-32-15])
(Linguists look at the practical side of linguistics. Also explore why's and how's of standard English being taught to disadvantaged children. Features: O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #174, Pos. #1764, 2-inch video #179)
 
Making of Music, The [subseries]
(Sixteen part series featuring UM faculty and student performers, and the Stearns Collection.)
 
Soul, Clap Hands and Sing 1963 ([851831-I-33-1])
(Sixteen part series featuring UM faculty and student performers, and the Stearns Collection. This program will examine the music of the Sumerians and ancient Hebrews. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #175, Pos. #2160)
 
On Upward Paths 1963 ([851831-I-33-2])
(Story of church music of the Middle Ages: a Gregorian chant, a Machaut mass, and a medieval peasant dance. Guests: U-M Chorale Ensemble, Evalee Harrison, dancer. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #176, Pos. #2156)
 
O Widening World 1963 ([851831-I-33-3])
(A study of Renaissance music. Selections from "Mass for Pope Marcellus," madrigals, a Gabrielli composition, and a 16th century galliard. Guests: UM-Chorale Ensemble, student brass ensemble, and Elwood Derr, harpsichordist. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Elwood Derr, UM-Music)
 
Original: (Pos. #2091)
 
World of the Baroque 1963 ([851831-I-33-4])
(Selections include Bach's "Contata No. 242," "For Unto Us a Child is Born," Couperin's, "Le Rossignol D'Amour," and Bach's "Brandenburg Concerto No. 1." Guests: UM Chorale Ensemble, Marilyn Mason Brown, faculty harpsichordist. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Marilyn Mason Brown, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #178, Pos. #2043)
 
Of Periwigs and Genius 1963 ([851831-I-33-5])
(Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Louis Stout, UM-Music; Charles Fisher)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #179, Pos. #3354)
 
Of Romance and Revolution 1963 ([851831-I-33-6])
(The world of Ludwig von Beethoven. Portions of several major compositions. Guests: The Stanley Quartet, UM Symphony Orchestra, faculty artists Benning Dexter, pianist, Lydia Courte, pianist, and Robert Courte, violist. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #180, Pos. #2094)
 
A Reign of Emotions 1963 ([851831-I-33-7])
(The romantic music of the nineteenth century with selections from Schubert, Wagner, Chopin, Guests: UM Symphony Band, W.D. Revelli, faculty artists J. McCollum, Ava Comin Case. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #181, Pos. #2112)
 
New Wine for Old Bottles 1963 ([851831-I-33-8])
(Music of the early twentieth century. Selections by Debussy, Stravinsky, Schoenberg, and Bartok. Guests: faculty artist Benning Dexter, pianist, special music faculty ensemble. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Benning Dexter, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #182, Pos. #2047)
 
In Our Time 1963 ([851831-I-33-9])
(Study of contemporary music with Ross Lee Finney, composer. Several Finney compositions, and a portion of "Confusion of Truth" by Roger Reynolds. Guests: The Stanley Quartet, faculty artists Jerome Jelinek, cellist, Rhea Kish, pianist. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #183, Pos. #3358)
 
Taste of An Age 1963 ([851831-I-33-10])
(Why musical tastes change from age to age. Guests: faculty artists Louise Cuyler, musicologist, Wallace Berry, composer, Gyorgy Sandor, pianist, Gustave Rosseels, violinist, UM Consort, Albert Cohen, director. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #184, Pos. #2098)
 
Quintet 1963 ([851831-I-33-11])
(UM Woodwind Quintet demonstrates the tonal contributions of each instrument and performs two works. Guests: Nelson Hauenstein, flute, John Mohler, clarinet, Florian Mueller, oboe, Lewis Cooper, bassoon, and Louis Stout, French horn. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #185, Pos. #2116)
 
The Noble Brasses 1963 ([851831-I-33-12])
(The color, excitement, and boldness of the brass instruments, their history and use. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #186, Pos. #2100)
 
P is for Percussion 1963 ([851831-I-33-13])
(Historical development and the varied uses of percussion instruments in orchestras, jazz bands, marching bands, Latin American rhythm bands, and contemporary percussion ensembles. Guests: James Salmon, percussionist. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #187, Pos. #2035, 2-inch video #180)
 
The Sound of Strings 1963 ([851831-I-33-14])
(The string family (violins, violas, cellos, and basses) and their relatives, the harp and guitar. Guests: The Stanley Quartet: faculty artists Gustave Rabson, guitarist, and Sue Breiholz, harpist. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #188, Pos. #2151, 2-inch video #181)
 
The Keyboards 1963 ([851831-I-33-15])
(The piano, organ, and harpsichord, and special feature, the Frieze Memorial Organ. Guests: faculty artists Elwood Derr, harpsichordist, Robert Hord, pianist, and Robert Glasgow, organist. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #189, Pos. #3387, 2-inch video #182)
 
The Singers 1963 ([851831-I-33-16])
(Description of the development of singing from Renaissance madrigals to nineteenth century opera. Guests: UM Chorale Chamber Ensemble, Maynard Klein, director. Features: Clyde Thompson, UM-Music; Jerry Bilik, UM-Music)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #190, Pos. #3330, 2-inch video #183)
 
Jazz: Old and New 1963 ([851831-I-33-17])
(Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Bob James)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #191, Pos. #2088)
 
Man and Continent VII [subseries]
(Five part series on Antarctica featuring film by UM Television Center from a two month trip to the continent in 1964.)
 
South 1959 ([851831-I-34-1])
(This program recounts the voyages towards the South Pole that led to the discovery of Antarctica. Features: William Kelly, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #192, Pos. #1069, 2-inch video #184)
 
Dead Land, Cruel Ocean 1959 ([851831-I-34-2])
(The physical make-up of Antarctica and the seas around it. Features: William Kelly, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #193, Pos. #1070, 2-inch video #185)
 
The Hero and the Peacock 1959 ([851831-I-34-3])
(The story of the men who made the first sightings of the Antarctic land mass. Features: William Kelly, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #194, Pos. #1066, 2-inch video #186)
 
The Living Sea 1959 ([851831-I-34-4])
(A look at the sea pastures of the Antarctic Ocean and the kinds of life they support. Features: William Kelly, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #195, Pos. #1062, 2-inch video #187)
 
A Time of Ice 1959 ([851831-I-34-5])
(An examination of the geologic evolution of Antarctica - what it was like before the present ice age, why the ice came and stayed. Features: William Kelly, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #196, Pos. #1063, 2-inch video #188)
 
Man the Maker [subseries]
(Fifteen part series hosted by UM professor Keith Coats looks at the spectrum of engineering and technology in the modern world with UM experts.)
 
The Living City 1969 ([851831-I-35-1])
(This program shows how civil engineering makes modern life possible in cities and towns. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; J. A. Borchardt, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #197, Pos. #992)
 
The Automatic Age 1969 ([851831-I-35-2])
(The basic principles of automation are explained by UM engineers. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; Gordon Van Whylen, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #198, Pos. #994)
 
Machines and the Man 1969 ([851831-I-35-3])
(The startling, dramatic effects of automation upon modern man and society are discussed by the psychologist, the economist, and the engineer. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; William Haber, UM-Econ.; Paul Fitts, UM-Pscyh.; Floyd Mann, UM-Psych)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #199, Pos. #996)
 
The Synthetic World 1969 ([851831-I-35-4])
(UM experts consider the exciting modern field of chemical engineering, its history, technological discoveries, and impact upon society. Features film of research labs and manufacturing at Dow Chemical in Midland, Michigan. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; Stuart Churchill, UM-Eng.; W.C. Rigelow, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #200, Pos. #998)
 
A Town Called Six Lakes 1969 ([851831-I-35-5])
(The modern engineering miracle of natural gas storage is discussed by one of the nations foremost chemical engineers. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; D.L. Katz, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #201, Pos. #1000)
 
The Giant Imbeciles 1969 ([851831-I-35-6])
(The digital computer, one of the most startling and significant engineering gifts of the modern world is examined by UM experts. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; Norman Scott, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #202, Pos. #1001)
 
The Orderly Demons 1969 ([851831-I-35-7])
(The use of the digital computer in the field of "artificial intelligence" is discussed by UM engineering experts. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; John Holland, UM-Eng.; Norman Scott, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #203, Pos. #1004)
 
A Shape for Dreams 1969 ([851831-I-35-8])
(The crucial work of the modern metallurgist in providing metals for technological progress is discussed by UM engineering experts. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; David Ragone, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #204, Pos. #1006)
 
The Game Players 1969 ([851831-I-35-9])
(The science of Operations Research is defined and illustrated by an industrial engineering specialist. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; Richard Evans, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #205, Pos. #1008)
 
The Honest Serving Men 1969 ([851831-I-35-10])
(Morrison, one of the nation's leading rocket experts uses the toys and games of children to provide a unique explanation of modern rocketry. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; R.B. Morrison, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #206, Pos. #1009)
 
Payloads and Paymasters 1969 ([851831-I-35-11])
(The design and construction of rocket payloads, man's scientific feelers upon the frontiers of space, are discussed by UM aeronautical engineering specialists. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; R.B. Morrison, UM-Eng.; Edward Schaefer, UM-Eng.; R.J. Wenk, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #207, Pos. #1012)
 
Project Rambler 1969 ([851831-I-35-12])
(The performance merits of a new and revolutionary scientific sounding rocket are discussed by one of its University of Michigan designers. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; R.B. Morrison, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #208, Pos. #1013)
 
Paths of the Sea 1969 ([851831-I-35-13])
(The modern art and science of shipbuilding is discussed by UM naval architecture and marine engineering experts, features film of the launching of the ore carrier "Arthur B. Homer." Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; R.B. Couch, UM-Eng.; P.A. Schnell; E.R. Carr)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #209, Pos. #1015)
 
The Year of The Phoenix 1969 ([851831-I-35-14])
(Ten years of progress for mankind in the study of the peaceful use of the atom are discussed by the director of the University of Michigan's Phoenix Project. Features: Keith Coats, UM-Eng.; H.J. Gomberg, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #210, Pos. #1017)
 
The Challenge of Technology 1969 ([851831-I-35-15])
(A panel of UM faculty members discuss the potential of the 20th century engineer to meet the developing "Challenge of Technology." Features: William Kerr, UM-Eng; Marston Bates, UM-Zool; Robert White, UM-IST; Peter Gosling, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #211, Pos. #1020)
 
Mansions of Man [subseries]
(One program from series on notable building.)
 
GM-Tech Center: 20th Century Versailles 1957 ([851831-I-36-9])
(A filmed visit to the General Motors Technical Center designed by architect Eero Saarinen. Eaton discusses the problems overcome in the construction of the Technical Center and Saarinen's vision for the campus like setting. Features: Leonard Eaton, UM-Arch.; Walter Sanders, UM-Arch.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #212, Pos. #3328)
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Maps: Horizons to Knowledge [subseries]
(Five part series on the origins and development of mapmaking.)
 
Taste of an Age 1980 ([851831-I-37-1])
(This program describes the earliest maps, showing cultural and political influences of the time, development of modern mapmaking techniques. Features: Douglas W. Marshall, UM-Clements)
 
Original: (2-inch video #189)
 
To Measure the Earth 1980 ([851831-I-37-2])
(Explains the geometry of Erasthones and the difficulty of transferring a globe to flat paper and various global projections. The history and methods of surveying is discussed with Michigan Map Society surveyor Walter Williams. Features: Douglas W. Marshall, UM-Clements)
 
Original: (2-inch video #190)
 
Production and Printing 1980 ([851831-I-37-3])
(Explains the early processes such as wood blocks and copper plates and the more recent use of offset lithography in map making. Features: Douglas W. Marshall, UM-Clements)
 
Original: (2-inch video #191)
 
The New Horizons 1980 ([851831-I-37-4])
(Looks at use of remote sensing, relaying cartographic information from aircraft or satellite to ground, in map making. Visit to Environmental Research Institute of Michigan for discussion on how remote sensing data is interpreted. Features: Douglas W. Marshall, UM-Clements)
 
Original: (2-inch video #192)
 
The Map Collectors 1980 ([851831-I-37-5])
(An Historical review of map societies, cartographers, and collectors, discussions with several collectors. Features: Douglas W. Marshall, UM-Clements)
 
Original: (2-inch video #193)
 
Nation of Rebels [subseries]
(Five part series on the American Revolution and revolution as a historical phenomenon.)
 
Road to Revolution 1971 ([851831-I-38-1])
(Examines American Revolution in terms of politics, psychology, and history. Features: Shaw Livermore, UM-Hist; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #214)
 
Time for Choice 1971 ([851831-I-38-2])
(Analysis of the effect on the colonists of Thomas Paines's Common Sense. Features: Shaw Livermore, UM-Hist; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #215)
 
The Other Side 1971 ([851831-I-38-3])
(The revolution as a political phenomenon from the fourth century B.C. to the parliamentary debate of 1775. Features: Shaw Livermore, UM-Hist; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #216)
 
Why Not Canada 1971 ([851831-I-38-4])
(How Canada managed to achieve independence from England without a revolution. Features: Shaw Livermore, UM-Hist; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #217)
 
What Makes a Rebel 1971 ([851831-I-38-5])
(Recent findings on the psychology of violence explain how respected citizens of the colonies were pushed into taking violent action. Features: Shaw Livermore, UM-Hist; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (Pos. #3453, 2-inch video #218)
 
Northern Michigan [subseries]
(President Hatcher introduces the 7 part series on Northern Michigan.)
 
Resources 1955 ([851831-I-39-1])
(President Hatcher introduces the 7 part series on Northern Michigan. On this program Ivan Walton discusses the towns and cities of the area and pioneer life while Baier discusses Soo Locks. Features: Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Donald Pearce, UM-Engl.; Ivan Walton, UM-Engl.; Louis Baier, UM-Eng; F. Clever Bald, UM-MHC)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #213)
 
History 1955 ([851831-I-39-2])
(This program touches on key events, prominent people and personalities in history of Northern Michigan including Burt, Cass, Schoolcraft and Marquette. Features: Donald Pearce, UM-Engl.; F. Clever Bald, UM-Hist.; Eugene Peterson)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #214, Pos. #1259)
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Lumbering and Railroads 1955 ([851831-I-39-3])
(By means of pictures, props, and maps, this program tells the story of the spectacular rise, decline, and consequences of lumbering in Michigan, a large part of program is devoted to the railroads of Northern Michigan. Features: Donald Pearce, UM-Engl.; Shirley Allen, UM-SNR)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #215, Pos. #1265)
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Folklore 1955 ([851831-I-39-4])
(By songs, illustrated stories, and conversations, the program demonstrates the folklore of Northern Michigan as it arose from the Indians, French, lumbermen, miners, sailors, and ethnic groups. Features: Donald Pearce, UM-Engl.; A.K. Lahti, UM-Arch.; Adelia Beeuwkes, UM-SPH)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #216, Pos. #1253)
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Mining and Shipping 1955 ([851831-I-39-5])
(Maps, photographs, and drawings aid in retelling the story of mining in Northern Michigan, also highlights the ore ships which plied the Great Lakes. Features: Donald Pearce, UM-Engl.; James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #217, Pos. #1264)
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The Soo Locks 1955 ([851831-I-39-6])
(Program focuses on the operation of the locks and historical anecdote relating to them. Krieger uses a scale model of the "MacArthur Lock" to demonstrate lock operation. Features: Donald Pearce, UM-Engl.; Edward Krieger)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #218, Pos. #1261)
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Recreation and Future 1955 ([851831-I-39-7])
(Recreational facilities in Northern Michigan and the Mackinac Bridge are discussed in this program. Features: Donald Pearce, UM-Engl.; Karl Lagler, UM-SNR; George Brown, UM-Eng.; Prentiss Brown;)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #219, Pos. #1263)
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Nuclear Power and You [subseries]
(Five part series on nuclear power as an energy source, how it works, and its risks and benefits. Features: James L. Duderstadt, UM-Eng.)
 
The Fear and The Fact 1978-1979 ([851831-I-41-1])
(This program examines some of the misconceptions about nuclear power and provides a realistic assessment of safety issues. Features: James L. Duderstadt, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #219)
 
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The Reactor 1978-1979 ([851831-I-41-2])
(Tour of the Enrico Fermi Nuclear Power Generating Plant II. The energy process is discussed from the splitting of atoms to the end product of electricity. Features: James L. Duderstadt, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #220)
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Risk 1978-1979 ([851831-I-41-3])
(Risks and safety factors in nuclear power reactor operations, using on-location videotape and graphics. Features: James L. Duderstadt, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #221)
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Radioactivity 1978-1979 ([851831-I-41-4])
(Description of radioactivity and how it works for and against us. Scientists and engineers confront and control radiation in power reactors. Features: James L. Duderstadt, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #222)
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The Future 1978-1979 ([851831-I-41-5])
(A look at the breeder reactor and nuclear fusion. Laser thermonuclear fusion is demonstrated with film and graphics. Features: James L. Duderstadt, UM-Eng.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #223)
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Of Men and Motives [subseries]
(Fifteen part series examines psychology as a science, what psychologists do and how they affect our lives.)
 
We Call It Human Nature 1962 ([851831-I-42-1])
(In this program UM psychologists define psychology and look at popular misconceptions about it. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, E. Lowell Kelly, Jesse Gordon, all UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #218, Pos. #3244, 2-inch video #224)
 
A Station on the Codeway 1962 ([851831-I-42-2])
(A discussion of modern scientific knowledge about the brain. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, both UM-Psych.; Robert DeValois)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #219, Pos. #3069, 2-inch video #225)
 
Tunes of Behavior 1962 ([851831-I-42-3])
(A discussion of recent research on reticular formation, a previously little understood area of the brain. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, both UM-Psych.; Edward F. Domino, UM-Pharm.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #220, Pos. #1913, 2-inch video #226)
 
Response Revisited 1962 ([851831-I-42-4])
(McCleary discusses some recent discoveries concerning the brain and selection and building of motor acts. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, both UM-Psych.; A. McCleary, Chicago)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #221, Pos. #1850, 2-inch video #227)
 
The Pleasure Measure 1962 ([851831-I-42-5])
(Olds uses specially prepared film to discuss the history and significance of his discovery of motivational centers of the brain. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, James Olds, all UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #222, Pos. #1900, 2-inch video #228)
 
The Traces of Learning 1962 ([851831-I-42-6])
(Walker, a leading theorist of learning, offers dramatic presentation of his new and exciting theory of learning. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, Edward Walker, all UM-Psych)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #223, Pos. #1852, 2-inch video #229)
 
The Curves of Memory 1962 ([851831-I-42-7])
(Melton, a leading memory theorist, reviews the modern research picture of how the human brain remembers and why it forgets. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, Arthur W. Melton, all UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #224, Pos. #1853, 2-inch video #230)
 
A Test for Creativity 1962 ([851831-I-42-8])
(Two UM psychologists discuss the creative individual in modern America and describe a revolutionary psychological method for testing and measuring creativity-potential of individuals. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, Sarnoff A. Mednick, all UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #225, Pos. #1854, 2-inch video #231)
 
The Achieving American 1962 ([851831-I-42-9])
(A discussion of the most recent accomplishments in understanding human motivation. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, both UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #226, Pos. #1904, 2-inch video #232)
 
Any Number Must Play 1962 ([851831-I-42-10])
(A review of current research on man's decision making and choice-behavior processes. Features: Elton B. McNeil, UM-Psych., Clyde H. Coommbs, both UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #227, Pos. #1905, 2-inch video #233)
 
The Stitch in Time 1962 ([851831-I-42-11])
(A discussion of modern work of engineering psychology in gaining new knowledge about man's capacities and limitations in a machine age. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, Paul M. Fitts, all UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #228, Pos. #1921, 2-inch video #234)
 
A Model of the Mind 1962 ([851831-I-42-12])
(A look at a unique theoretical model of the mind and how it can be developed to present a comprehensive theory of human thought, feeling, and action. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, Gerald S. Blum, all UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #229, Pos. #1922, 2-inch video #235)
 
The Powerful Consumer 1962 ([851831-I-42-13])
(A look at how research psychology is used to explain how, when, and why people spend money. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, both UM-Psych.; George Katona, UM-Econ.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #230, Pos. #1964, 2-inch video #236)
 
The Appropriate Leader 1962 ([851831-I-42-14])
(A look at good and bad methods of leadership based on modern psychological research. Features: Elton B. McNeil, Robert Isaacson, Norman R.F. Maier, all UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #231, Pos. #1909, 2-inch video #237)
 
The Nature of Prejudices 1962 ([851831-I-42-15])
(The effects of prejudice, an appraisal of such behavior, and why there has been a change in the climate of feeling against segregation in America. Features: G.J. McKeachie, Dorwin Cartwright, Richard Cutler, all UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #232, Pos. #3245, 2-inch video #238)
 
Off Stage [subseries]
(Eleven part series looks at some contemporary activities of UM Professional Theatre Program.)
 
Marionette Theatre 1975 ([851831-I-43-1])
(Ten part series looks at some contemporary activities of UM Professional Theatre Program. In this segment a specialist in puppetry does scenes from Oedipus Rex. Features: Donald Boros, UM-Drama; Richard Meyer, Dir. PTP; Peter Arnott, Tufts)
 
Original: (2-inch video #396)
 
Theatre: Why Criticize? 1975 ([851831-I-43-2])
(Debate on the validity of criticism: who should criticize and how they should criticize. Features: Donald Boros, UM-Drama; Richard Meyer, Dir. PTP; Michael Kerby; Richard Scheckner)
 
Original: (2-inch video #397)
 
Experimental Theatre Festival 1975 ([851831-I-43-3])
(Professional and university groups from all over the U.S. coming together for an intensive week of performance and "workshop" sharing situations. Features: Donald Boros, UM-Drama; Richard Meyer, Dir. PTP)
 
Original: (2-inch video #398)
 
Theatre of China 1975 ([851831-I-43-4])
(Examines Chinese Theatre from the classical to the contemporary. Also discusses proletariat drama, and has scenes from The Red Lantern. Features: Donald Boros, UM-Drama; Richard Meyer, Dir. PTP; John Carter)
 
Original: (2-inch video #399)
 
Bread and Roses: A New Play 1975 ([851831-I-43-5])
(Looks at how ideas and talents of many people combine in the production of a new play. Features: Donald Boros, UM-Drama; Richard Meyer, Dir. PTP; Donald Hall; Susan Wall)
 
Original: (2-inch video #400)
 
The New Theatre: What Makes It Tick? 1975 ([851831-I-43-6])
(Guests, representing special areas in alternative theatre, discuss challenges of program and audience development, on a shoe string. Features: Donald Boros, UM-Drama; Richard Meyer, PTP; Mercedes Gregory; Virginia Kahn; Joan Sandler)
 
Original: (2-inch video #401)
 
Alternative Theatre 1975 ([851831-I-43-7])
(What it is, who is involved, how it is supported, its contribution to theatre. Features: Donald Boros, UM-Drama; Richard Meyer, Dir. PTP; Ted Hoffman, NYU)
 
Original: (2-inch video #402)
 
Artist in Residence 1975 ([851831-I-43-8])
(Professional actor talks about working with students: what he teaches them and what he learns from them. Features: Donald Boros, UM-Drama; Richard Meyer, Dir. PTP; Nicholas Pennel)
 
Original: (2-inch video #404)
 
Dance Theatre 1975 ([851831-I-43-9])
(Explores the unique blending of poetry and dance that creates the specialized medium of "Dance Theatre." Features: Donald Boros, UM-Drama; Richard Meyer, Dir. PTP)
 
Original: (2-inch video #403)
 
Body Language and the Art of Mime 1975 ([851831-I-43-10])
(How a person is "read" by studying his movements, posture, facial expressions, and gestures, also, illustrations of the concept of "reality" and "unreality" in mime. Features: Donald Boros, UM-Drama; Richard Meyer, Dir. PTP; George Metcalfe, PTP; Tom Pierce, mime)
 
Original: (2-inch video #405)
 
Style in American Theatre 1975 ([851831-I-43-11])
(John Housman; Jack O'Brien)
 
Original: (cassette #B101)
 
Our Changing Earth/Geology of Michigan [subseries]
(Seven part series on the geological history of Michigan.)
 
Michigan Before the Ice Age 1954 ([851831-I-44-1])
(Seven part series on the geological history of Michigan. This program examines the age of vulcanism, back two billion years when earth's crust formed. Features: James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #233, Pos. #137)
 
Time of the Seas 1954 ([851831-I-44-2])
(A look at the time when Michigan was covered by vast seas. Features: James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #233, Pos. #138)
 
The Great Ice Age 1954 ([851831-I-44-3])
(Program covers the last 1 million years when four enormous glaciers came and then receded leaving a new face on the surface of the state. Features: James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #234)
 
Birth of the Great Lakes 1954 ([851831-I-44-4])
(The story of the last 13 thousand years of Michigan history which saw the final retreat of the glaciers and the formation of our Great Lakes. Features: James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #234, Pos. #140)
 
Treasures From the Earth 1954 ([851831-I-44-5])
(A story of great fortune and enterprise in Michigan, the utilization of our huge iron and copper resources, which have nourished American industry for 50 years. Features: James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #235, Pos. #141)
 
Water for Your Future 1954 ([851831-I-44-6])
(A demonstration of how water behaves in the rock layers of the earth and how it is pumped for man's use. Features: James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #235, Pos. #142)
 
Mineral Wealth 1954 ([851831-I-44-7])
(You'll find out what happens when oil is discovered on your land, and learn about other Michigan resources. Features: James Zumberge, UM-Geol.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #236, Pos. #143)
 
Pike on Language [subseries]
(Five part series on Pike's approach to the relationship between a living language and behavior. Features: Kenneth L. Pike, UM-Ling.)
 
Voices at Work 1977 ([851831-I-45-1])
(Features: Kenneth L. Pike, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (2-inch video #239)
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The Music of Speech: Pitch and Poetry 1977 ([851831-I-45-2])
(Shows how one word or sentence may imply several different meanings, just by varying pitch, stress, and voice quality. Features: Kenneth L. Pike, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 00:29:29, Tape #240)
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The Waves of Change 1977 ([851831-I-45-3])
(Explains how language changes through "waves" which flow and merge. "Waves" can be new foreign words, speaking patterns, social experience, and behavior. Features: Kenneth L. Pike, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 00:29:25, Tape #241)
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The Way We Know: The Value Theory of Linguist 1977 ([851831-I-45-4])
(Pike's own theory, Tagmemics, is based on a series of components and concepts that tell us how words are arranged. Features: Kenneth L. Pike, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 00:29:20, Tape #242)
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Into the Unknown 1977 ([851831-I-45-5])
(Pike demonstrates how you can learn a language with no interpreter, in an unrehearsed meeting with a new person whose language he does not know. Features: Kenneth L. Pike, UM-Ling.)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 00:29:29, Tape #243)
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Poets Talking [subseries]
(Fifteen part series in which major American poets read their works and discuss the process of poetry.)
 
Donald Hall 1975 ([851831-I-46-1])
(Fifteen part series in which major American poets read their works and discuss the process of poetry. In this program series host Donald Hall talks about poetry as a solitary art, a private art, and a public art. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Bert Hornback, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 29:03, Tape #326)
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Galway Kinell 1975 ([851831-I-46-2])
(Kinnell recites his poem "The Bear" and discusses the creative process in poetry, how a poet's life-style affects his poetry and how teaching influences his poetry. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Galway Kinnell)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 29:00, Tape #327)
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Gregory Orr 1975 ([851831-I-46-3])
(Orr reads from his collection, "Burning the Empty Nest" and discusses how he attempts to capture the images and emotions of his dreams in his surrealistic poetry. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Gregory Orr)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 29:03, Tape #328)
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Carolyn Kizer 1975 ([851831-I-46-4])
(Kizer talks about women in poetry and the value of her friendship with other poets. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Carolyn Kizer)
 
Original: (2-inch video color, sound, 29:00, Tape #329)
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Robert Bly 1975 ([851831-I-46-5])
(Bly discusses the affect of translation on poetry and the importance of "place." Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Robert Bly)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 28:59, Tape #330)
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Louis Simpson 1975 ([851831-I-46-6])
(Simpson reads his poems "Middle Aged Man" and "Baruch" and discusses the use of a phrase to characterize people in poetry. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Louis Simpson)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 29:00, Tape #331)
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Marvin Bell 1975 ([851831-I-46-7])
(Bell discusses the changes in his work as his poetry move toward more "plainness", away from an earlier belief that complexity was required or poetry was superficial. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Marvin Bell)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 28:56, Tape #332)
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Jerome Rothenberg 1975 ([851831-I-46-8])
(Rothenberg, who translates poetry from American Indian and other languages, discusses the role of translation in poetry and his own process in the creation of a poem. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Jerome Rothenberg)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 28:59, Tape #333)
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Wendell Berry 1975 ([851831-I-46-9])
(Berry, a university professor and farmer, reads his poems "Below" and "The Purification", the discussion turns to "agriculture and culture" and Berry's attachment to the land. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Wendell Berry)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 29:00, Tape #334)
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Larry Fagin 1975 ([851831-I-46-10])
(Fagin, who teaches poetry to children, discusses what collaborative efforts do to poetry, and the teaching of poetry writing to children. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Larry Fagin)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 29:00, Tape #335)
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W.S. Merwin 1975 ([851831-I-46-11])
(Merwin discusses the influences of language on poetry. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; W.S. Mewrin)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 29:01, Tape #336)
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Robert Hayden 1975 ([851831-I-46-12])
(Robert Hayden)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 28:58, Tape #337)
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Howard Norman 1975 ([851831-I-46-13])
(Norman discusses translating the poetry of the Cree Indian and the West Indian Creole dialect. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Howard Norman)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 28:59, Tape #338)
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Lawrence Raab 1975 ([851831-I-46-14])
(Raab, who often uses films as a source for his poetry, suggests that a poet shouldn't know at the beginning what a poem is going to be. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Lawrence Raab)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 29:00, Tape #339)
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Joyce Peseroff 1975 ([851831-I-46-15])
(Peseroff reads her poem "The Hardness Scale" and discusses how an early pursuit, geology, is reflected in many of her poems. Features: Donald Hall, UM-Engl.; Joyce Peseroff)
 
Original: (2-inch video, color, sound, 28:58, Tape #340)
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Quest for Certainty, A [subseries]
(Twenty part series hosted by Joseph Julin, a visual approach to understanding law as a living institution, ABA Silver Gavel Award winner.)
 
The Power to Judge 1964 ([851831-I-47-1])
(This program looks at the nature of the judicial process and the role of the judge. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Charles Joiner, UM-Law; Talbot Smith)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #237, Pos. #2135)
 
The Adversaries 1964 ([851831-I-47-2])
(Duties of the lawyer, in and out of the courtroom, and the effect of lawyers upon the legal system. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Luke Cooperrider, UM-Law; Francis A. Allen, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #238, Pos. #2084, 2-inch video #244)
 
Quiet Hours, Public Hours 1964 ([851831-I-47-3])
(How a case is processed through the courts, using a dramatization of an actual murder case. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Luke K. Cooperrider, UM-Law; Francis A. Allen, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #239, Pos. #2065, 2-inch video #245)
 
The Idea of a Jury 1964 ([851831-I-47-4])
(The development, functions, merits, and weaknesses of the jury system. Features: Charles Joiner, UM-Law; Sanford Kadish, UM-Law; John W. Reed, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #240, Pos. #2066, 2-inch video #247)
 
The Voice of the Witness 1964 ([851831-I-47-5])
(Looks at the role of witnesses in American courts, examines various kinds of witnesses and classes of admissible evidence. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; John W. Reed, UM-Law; Andrew S. Watson)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #241, Pos. #2067, 2-inch video #248)
 
Law and the Legislator 1964 ([851831-I-47-6])
(A look at the complex interplay of court and legislature, and how both contribute to the process of lawmaking. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Samuel Estep, UM-Law; William J. Pierce, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #242, Pos. #2068, 2-inch video #249)
 
A Conflict of Laws 1964 ([851831-I-47-7])
(An examination of the relation of the state systems of law to the federal system and the conflicts which can arise. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Samuel Estep, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #243, Pos. #2121, 2-inch video #250)
 
The Law of the 1964 ([851831-I-47-8])
(Importance of the U.S. Constitution and the role played by the Supreme Court in interpreting its meaning. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Jerold Israel, UM-Law; Paul G. Kauper, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #244, Pos. #1998, 2-inch video #251)
 
A Definition of Freedom 1964 ([851831-I-47-9])
(How civil rights and civil liberties are maintained and protected by the interrelationship of the U.S. Constitution and the Supreme Court. Features: Joseph R. Julin, Francis A. Allen, Samuel Estep, Jerold Isreal, Paul G. Kauper, all UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #245, Pos. #1999, 2-inch video #252)
 
The Enforcers 1964 ([851831-I-47-10])
(Exploring the conflict between civil liberties and police practices, discussion features police commissioners of Detroit and Chicago. Features: Joseph Julin, Sanford Kadish, Francis Allen, all UM-Law; George Edwards; Orlando W. Wilson)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #246, Pos. #2020, 2-inch video #253)
 
The Civil Wrong 1964 ([851831-I-47-11])
(A discussion of how the individual is presented with civil wrongs each day and the ways in which laws protect him from these torts. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Marcus L. Plant, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #247, Pos. #2001, 2-inch video #254)
 
People and Things 1964 ([851831-I-47-12])
(UM experts in the area of property law discuss the law's interest in the relationship between a person and the things which he owns. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Richard V. Wellman, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #248, Pos. #2126, 2-inch video #255)
 
The Best Laid Plans 1964 ([851831-I-47-13])
(A look at the legal problems and pitfalls that affect the disposition of property at time of death. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Richard V. Wellman, UM-Law; Alan N. Polasky, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #249, Pos. #2127, 2-inch video #256)
 
The Partners 1964 ([851831-I-47-14])
(Looks at the workings and purposes of partnerships and corporations as forms of business organization. Features: Alfred Conrad, UM-Law; Robert Knauss, UM-Law; Roy L. Steinheimer UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #250, Pos. #2128, 2-inch video #257)
 
Law and the Family 1964 ([851831-I-47-15])
(A review of areas of the law which affect and influence the family. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Francis A. Allen, UM-Law; John W. Reed, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #251, Pos. #2129, 2-inch video #258)
 
The American Debtor 1964 ([851831-I-47-16])
(What bankruptcy court is and how it is used and abused. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Frank Kennedy, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #252, Pos. #2130)
 
The Law of Nations 1964 ([851831-I-47-17])
(A discussion of the history, development, and importance of international law in the modern world. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; William W. Bishop, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #253, Pos. #2131)
 
A World of Difference 1964 ([851831-I-47-18])
(Comparative study of the four major legal systems of the world: Anglo-American, civil, local, and Communist. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Whitmore Gray, UM-Law; Otto Ulc)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #254, Pos. #2080)
 
Lawyers and Doctors 1964 ([851831-I-47-19])
(Effects of modern medical science upon legal traditions and institutions. Features: Sanford Kadish, John W. Reed, George Zuidema, Andrew W. Watson, all UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #255, Pos. #2061, 2-inch video #260)
 
The Endless Becoming 1964 ([851831-I-47-20])
(Correcting misconceptions of the law the importance of understanding law as it relates to our society. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Allan F. Smith, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #256, Pos. #2082, 2-inch video #261)
 
Seekers, The [subseries]
(Fifteen part series looking at the quests and accomplishments of the men of modern medicine.)
 
The Golden Decade 1961 ([851831-I-48-1])
(In this program UM physicians discuss changes which have occurred in medicine within the past ten years. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; William Hubbard, UM-Med.; Richard Judge, UM-Med.; Leonard Bender)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #257, Pos. #2276, 2-inch video #262)
 
A Time of Hope 1961 ([851831-I-48-2])
(A discussion of research and clinical practice in the struggle against arthritis. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; Ivan F. Duff, UM-Med.; Saul Roseman, UM-BioChem)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #258, Pos. #2139)
 
The Members of the Board 1961 ([851831-I-48-3])
(A team of cancer specialists survey most modern research and clinical approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer of the uterus. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; Tommy N. Evans, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #259, Pos. #2249)
 
The American Heart 1961 ([851831-I-48-4])
(A look at the health problems of America's old age population. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; Edwin Smith, UM-Med.; Wilma Donahue, UM-Geron.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #260, Pos. #2265)
 
The Fringe People 1961 ([851831-I-48-5])
(UM physicians discuss the progress being made in the great war of modern medicine against heart disease. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; Park Willis, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #261, Pos. #2204)
 
The Proper Study 1961 ([851831-I-48-6])
(A look at current research in sensory deprivation and the effects of isolation on human behavior. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; John Pollard, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #262, Pos. #2143)
 
The Noblest Art 1961 ([851831-I-48-7])
(A discussion of the career and incentives of the American doctor, his professional and public relations. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; Harold Falls, UM-Med.; Stuart Finch, UM-Med.; Otto Engelke)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #263, Pos. #2206)
 
The Executive Badge 1961 ([851831-I-48-8])
(A discussion of the nature and magnitude of the ulcer problem in the U.S., a look at the mysteries of its causes and current research in methods of diagnosis and treatment. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; Robert Bolt, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #264, Pos. #2192)
 
The Defiant Virus 1961 ([851831-I-48-9])
(A discussion of man's tiniest foe, the virus, and the resistance of diseases of virus infections to the weapons of modern medical research. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; Albert Hennessey, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #265, Pos. #2208)
 
The Nuclear Physician 1961 ([851831-I-48-10])
(Specialists in atomic medicine discuss and illustrate the many ways in which radioisotopes are being used in the study and treatment of disease. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; Thomas Haynie, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #266, Pos. #2209)
 
The Space Doctors 1961 ([851831-I-48-11])
(A look at the medical problems of man in space with a specialist in aero-space medicine. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; George Zuidema, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #267, Pos. #2148)
 
The Moderate American 1961 ([851831-I-48-12])
(The nature and importance of periodic health examinations are discussed by UM physicians. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #268, Pos. #2258)
 
The Modern Surgeon 1961 ([851831-I-48-13])
(Through specially prepared videotape, audience watches an operation for treatment of a chronic duodenal ulcer, also a discussion of the art and science of modern surgery. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; Charles G. Child, III, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #269, Pos. #2150)
 
The Heart 1961 ([851831-I-48-14])
(A heart specialist describes the use of the amazing diagnostic tool, the cardiac catheter, an actual catheterization is viewed through videotape. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; Aaron Stern, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #270, Pos. #2198)
 
The Delicate Defect 1961 ([851831-I-48-15])
(Through videotape, audience watches UM surgeon perform surgery to correct a heart defect, also a discussion of current advances and future hopes in heart surgery. Features: Charles Tupper, UM-Med.; Herbert Sloan, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #271, Pos. #2275)
 
Silent Heritage: The American Indian [subseries]
(Ten part series features interviews with representatives from 10 major American Indian tribes.)
 
Myths and Manifest Destiny 1966 ([851831-I-49-1])
(This program examines myths about Native Americans which have blinded us throughout our history. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #272, Pos. #593, 2-inch video #366)
 
The Iroquois 1966 ([851831-I-49-2])
(George Heron)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #273, Pos. #574, 2-inch video #367)
 
The Navajo 1966 ([851831-I-49-3])
(Navajo tribal chairman Nakai and the director of the Gallup, New Mexico Indian Center discuss the Navajo's simultaneous efforts to preserve their traditional ways and to encourage economic development. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Raymond Nakai; Herb Blatchford)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #274, Pos. #585, 2-inch video #368)
 
The Northern Plains 1966 ([851831-I-49-4])
(An examination of the history of the legendary plains warriors and the present status of their descendants, includes film of the Montana Crow Reservation. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Edison Real Bird)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #275, Pos. #604, 2-inch video #369)
 
Indian Territory 1966 ([851831-I-49-5])
(An examination of the Indian's forced migration to Oklahoma and their condition today as seen through the experience of two tribes, the Cherokee of eastern Oklahoma and the Kiowa of western Oklahoma. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Clyde Warrior; Rosie Starr)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #276, Pos. #683, 2-inch video #370)
 
Indian Americans 1966 ([851831-I-49-6])
(A look at what happens to Indian culture in the "Melting Pot" from the extremes of racial and cultural extinction to cultural preservation on reservations, also the cultural and political implications of the "Pan-Indian" movement. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; John Artichoker; Herb Blatchford)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #277, Pos. #598, 2-inch video #371)
 
Treaty Rights and Civil Rights 1966 ([851831-I-49-7])
(A look at how treaty and civil rights merge to protect the American Indian's independence. A Sioux anthropologist discusses the Indian world view which exists both on and off the reservation. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Bea Medicine Garner)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #278, Pos. #579, 2-inch video #372)
 
Heritage of Craftsmanship 1966 ([851831-I-49-8])
(The American Indian crafts tradition -- then for use and trade, now for use and sale, a look at the products of Indian craftsmanship and their role in Indian life. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Volney Jones, UM-Anth.; Shirley Hill Witt)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #279, Pos. #82, 2-inch video #373)
 
Politics, Peyote and Passamaquoddy 1966 ([851831-I-49-9])
(A discussion of the politics, religion, and languages of today's Indians. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Kenneth Hill, UM-Ling.; George Heron)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #280, Pos. #3316, 2-inch video #374)
 
The Uncertain Future 1966 ([851831-I-49-10])
(A summary of the major issues facing the American Indians. U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs comments on the policy of termination and Indian representatives discuss Indian education and poverty. Features: Joseph R. Julin, UM-Law; Robert C. Bennett; Clyde Warrior)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #281, Pos. #3317, 2-inch video #375)
 
Some Heroical Spirits [subseries]
(Ten part series on exploration and the development of geographical knowledge.)
 
From Facts to Fancy 1965 ([851831-I-50-1])
(Ten part series on exploration and the development of geographical knowledge. This program includes an examination of world knowledge at the time of the birth of Christ and how it was lost for the next 1000 years. Features: George Kish, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #282, Pos. #1587, 2-inch video #264)
 
Travelers of the World 1965 ([851831-I-50-2])
(A tracing of the journeys and contributions of religious pilgrims and missionaries to geographical knowledge during the Dark Ages. Features: George Kish, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #283, Pos. #1588, 2-inch video #265)
 
The Discovery of America 1965 ([851831-I-50-3])
(A discussion of how the Norse discovered and tried to settle America in 1000 A.D., why they left and under what circumstances they may have returned. Features: George Kish, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #284, Pos. #1591, 2-inch video #266)
 
The Solid Gold Passport 1965 ([851831-I-50-4])
(A tracing of the voyages and discoveries of Marco Polo in Asia and a recounting of his unique record of them. Features: George Kish, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #285, Pos. #1592, 2-inch video #267)
 
The Prince of Navigators 1965 ([851831-I-50-5])
(A study of the great age of exploration and discovery introduced by Prince Henry of Portugal. Features: George Kish, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #286, Pos. #1596, 2-inch video #268)
 
Admiral of the Ocean Sea 1965 ([851831-I-50-6])
(A study of the life of a master mariner and navigator -- Christopher Columbus. Features: George Kish, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #287, Pos. #1597, 2-inch video #269)
 
The World is Rounded 1965 ([851831-I-50-7])
(A tracing of Magellan's circumnavigation of the world, a symbolic voyage of little value. Features: George Kish, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #288, Pos. #1602, 2-inch video #270)
 
Captain Cook: The Myth Destroyed 1965 ([851831-I-50-8])
(The story of Captain James Cook, the first scientific explorer and accurate mapper of the Pacific. Features: George Kish, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #289, Pos. #1604, 2-inch video #271)
 
A Passage to the North 1965 ([851831-I-50-9])
(A study of the three century attempt to reach the Orient by sailing north. Features: George Kish, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #290, Pos. #1605, 2-inch video #272)
 
Japan: The Roles Reversed 1965 ([851831-I-50-10])
(A study of how Japan slowly allowed herself to be discovered, on her own terms, and in her own good time. Features: George Kish, UM-Geog.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #291, Pos. #1607, 2-inch video #273)
 
Take as Directed [subseries]
(Fifteen part series examines the development of drugs & their uses, pharmacological companies, drug culture, and drug abuse and control.)
 
A Theft of Fire 1970 ([851831-I-51-1])
(This program looks at the drug culture of modern America and the forces that produced it. Features: Dr. Robert A. Green, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #292, Pos. #2515, 2-inch video #407)
 
May We Interfere? 1970 ([851831-I-51-2])
(UM pharmacologists explore the relationship of drugs and the life process of man. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; Henry Swain, UM-Pharm.; Charles Innis, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #293, Pos. #3381, 2-inch video #274)
 
Mickey Finns and Naked Guns 1970 ([851831-I-51-3])
(The evolution of the germ theory of disease, the discovery of the first modern miracle drugs and their impact on our drug culture are reviewed. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; Henry Swain, UM-Pharm.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #294, Pos. #3372, 2-inch video #275)
 
Let Her Not Make a Child 1970 ([851831-I-51-4])
(UM medical experts discuss the history of contraception, modern methods of birth control, and the chemical and social potency of "the pill" in a birth control revolution. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; Robert Jaffe, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #295, Pos. #3266, 2-inch video #276)
 
A Lengthened Day 1970 ([851831-I-51-5])
(A discussion of the effects of drugs -- both old and new -- upon the actions of the heart. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; Henry Swain, UM-Pharm.; Park W. Willis III, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #296, Pos. #3382, 2-inch video #277)
 
The Melancholy Mansion 1970 ([851831-I-51-6])
(UM drug experts discuss the uses of modern drugs in the treatment of mental illness. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; Edward Domino, UM-Pharm.;)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #297, Pos. #3385, 2-inch video #278)
 
The Drug Producers 1970 ([851831-I-51-7])
(Officer of Parke Davis & Co. and UM specialists discuss the functions, motives and contributions of the American pharmaceutical industry. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; Henry Swain, UM-Pharm.; Joseph F. Sadusk, Jr.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #298, Pos. #3268, 2-inch video #279)
 
The Sensate Society 1970 ([851831-I-51-8])
(A UM philosopher discusses drugs in an outstanding program that bridges the generation gap and offers important insights into the society that produced our drug culture. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; Abraham Kaplan, UM-Philo.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #299, Pos. #1116, 2-inch video #408)
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The Stuff of the Mind 1970 ([851831-I-51-9])
(The anatomy and chemistry of the brain are explained by UM experts as a basis for understanding how drugs of abuse work. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; James Koski, UM-Med.; Carl C. Hug, Jr., UM-Pharm.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #300, Pos. #3283, 2-inch video #280)
 
Portable Ecstasies 1970 ([851831-I-51-10])
(The opiates, opium, morphine, and heroin, are studied as the prototype of drug dependence, and the social implications are assessed by UM drug experts. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; Henry Swain, UM-Pharm.; John C. Pollard, UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #301, Pos. #3293, 2-inch video #281)
 
Sleepers and Thrusters 1970 ([851831-I-51-11])
(Misuse of amphetamines and barbiturates is reaching epidemic proportions. UM drug experts explain patterns of drug abuse and offer suggestions for control. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; James Woods, UM-Pharm.; John C. Pollard, UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #302, Pos. #1673, 2-inch video #282)
 
That Strange Visitor 1970 ([851831-I-51-12])
(UM drug experts discuss the violent social controversy surrounding the illicit use of "psychedelic" drugs - LSD, marijuana, and mescaline. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; John C. Pollard, UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #303, Pos. #1463, 2-inch video #283)
 
Yo Ho Ho 1970 ([851831-I-51-13])
(Medical, psychological, and social facts regarding ethyl alcohol - man's most extensively abused drug - are presented by UM drug experts. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; Henry Swain, UM-Pharm.; Melvin Seltzer, UM-Psych.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #304, Pos. #3291, 2-inch video #284)
 
Drugs on Trial 1970 ([851831-I-51-14])
(A judge, a law professor, and two physicians discuss existing laws, regulations, police practice, and court procedures relating to drug abuse. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; Jerold Israel, UM-Law; William F. Ager, Jr.; Edward Pierce)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #305, Pos. #3383, 2-inch video #285)
 
Tomorrow on Trial 1970 ([851831-I-51-15])
(The future interplay of drugs, medicine, and society is envisioned by three UM physicians with a deep concern for America's drug abuse problem. Features: Robert A. Green, UM-Med.; Gardner C. Quarton, UM-MHRI; John Gronvall UM-Med.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #306, Pos. #3279, 2-inch video #286)
 
This World of Water [subseries]
 
A New Law for Fresh Waters 1966 ([851831-I-52-4])
(A look at Michigan law governing the use and abuse of fresh water by a biologist and the assistant state attorney general who drafted Michigan's new model law. Features: John Bardach, UM-SNR; Nicholas Olds)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #366, Pos. #2488, 2-inch video #394)
 
Transitions: Caught at Midlife [subseries]
(Ten part series on problems facing those age 40-60.)
 
Marriage 1980 ([851831-I-53-1])
(Ten part series on problems facing those age 40-60. The first show examines problems that may affect marriages at midlife, such as the trapped wife, a May-December affair, or a marriage grown stale. Features: Karen Mason, UM-Soc.; Ted Kachel)
 
Original: (2-inch video #287)
 
Work 1980 ([851831-I-53-2])
(Looks at midlife career adjustments, you realize you are not going to be company president and time is catching up, you're too young to retire and too old to start over. Features: Larry Coppard; Ted Kachel)
 
Original: (2-inch video #288)
 
Aging Parents 1980 ([851831-I-53-3])
(Looks at the problems that can be caused when aged parents become dependent on their adult children, suggests that children sometimes exaggerate their parents need for them. Features: Alida Silverman; Ted Kachel)
 
Original: (2-inch video #289)
 
Empty Nest 1980 ([851831-I-53-4])
(Examines the changes that can occur in spousal relationships when the children have left home. Features: Erika Serlin; Larry Coppard)
 
Original: (2-inch video #290)
 
Divorce 1980 ([851831-I-53-5])
(Considers the problems that accompany the break-up of a twenty year marriage, spouses are hurt and angry, children feel rejected, and tension and anxiety build up among all of them. Features: Philip Margolis; Larry Coppard)
 
Original: (2-inch video #291)
 
Health and Mortality 1980 ([851831-I-53-6])
(Your physical reactions have slowed a bit, a friend dies, your eyes aren't as sharp as they used to be. Is your time running out at mid-life? Features: Theodore Cole; John Schwarz; Larry Coppard)
 
Original: (2-inch video #292)
 
Physical Changes 1980 ([851831-I-53-7])
(Major changes take place gradually in our bodies throughout our lives, but suddenly at mid-life we experience an increased awareness of these changes. Features: Charles Wylie; Larry Coppard)
 
Original: (2-inch video #293)
 
Widowhood 1980 ([851831-I-53-8])
(You've never been married, never had children, it's mid-life and you wonder if life has passed you by. Or a wonderful marriage ends in death at an early age. All you can see is twenty years of emptiness. Features: Dorothy Brooks; Larry Coppard)
 
Original: (2-inch video #294)
 
Parenting 1980 ([851831-I-53-9])
(Just because the kids are grown, it doesn't lessen parental problems. Your children's values disappoint you, they no longer see you as an authority. Can it be that the investment of 20 years of your life in your children is crumbling. Features: William Morse; Larry Coppard)
 
Original: (2-inch video #295)
 
Intimacy 1980 ([851831-I-53-10])
(The myth of impending impotence or a resurgence of sexual interest. Suddenly at mid-life you are widowed or divorced. Must sexual relations end. Features: Robert Blood; Margaret Blood; Larry Coppard)
 
Original: (2-inch video #296)
 
Twelve Caesars of Suetonius [subseries]
(Theodore Buttrey, UM Classics, lectures on the twelve Caesars and Suetonius and his history, Starring reads from Suetonius.)
 
Julius Caesar 1980 ([851831-I-54-1])
(This lecture presents a portrait of Julius Caesar, the man, the general, the political leader, the doomed dictator. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Robert Starring, actor)
 
Original: (2-inch video #297)
 
Augustus 1980 ([851831-I-54-2])
(Examines the Triumvirate with Marc Anthony and Laepidus, the pursuit of Brutus and Cassius to Phillippi, defeat of Anthony and Cleopatra at Actium, Augustus' control of finance and the state, military exploits. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Robert Starring, actor)
 
Original: (2-inch video #298)
 
Tiberius 1980 ([851831-I-54-3])
(Discusses the reluctant emperor and his vices, the historical implications of the "line of succession" and the theme of corruptive power. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Robert Starring, actor)
 
Original: (2-inch video #299)
 
Caligula 1980 ([851831-I-54-4])
(The child, the man, the emperor, the insane, the murderer, the suicide. Suetonius relishes the macabre details. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Robert Starring, actor)
 
Original: (2-inch video #300)
 
Claudius 1980 ([851831-I-54-5])
(Portrays Claudius as an impaired child and as a scholar, who was despised by his parents and loved by artists, teachers, and knights. Views Claudius as a stable ruler and perhaps the only sane Julian. His marriage and the adoption of Nero. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Robert Starring, actor)
 
Original: (2-inch video #301)
 
Nero 1980 ([851831-I-54-6])
(Buttrey examines the contrast between Suetonius' gossip and historic fact, the boy emperor, the showman, his incest, his paranoia, his "art", his presidency over the beginning of the decline of the empire. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Robert Starring, actor)
 
Original: (2-inch video #302)
 
Galba, Otho, Vitellus 1980 ([851831-I-54-7])
(Galba, enemy of Nero, a stern, parsimonious, ruthless commander, lost support of the army, was murdered by Otho who ruled for 95 days before being brought down by Vitellus. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Robert Starring, actor)
 
Original: (2-inch video #303)
 
Vespasian 1980 ([851831-I-54-8])
(Of the Flavius family, Vespasian is portrayed as a rebuilder, a trustworthy commander, honest and competent. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Robert Starring, actor)
 
Original: (2-inch video #304)
 
Titus 1980 ([851831-I-54-9])
(Trained by his father Vespasian to be a "good, upright, decent Roman", Titus ruled for two years, was deified after his death. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Robert Starring, actor)
 
Original: (2-inch video #305)
 
Domitian 1980 ([851831-I-54-10])
(Buttrey recapitulates Suetonius' theme that "power corrupts," reviews the period of the civil wars, 44 B.C to 96 A.D. and the 150 years of peace beginning in the reign of Vespasian. Features: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Robert Starring, actor)
 
Original: (2-inch video #306)
 
UM-150 [subseries]
(Nine part series on history of the University of Michigan made as part of the sesquicentennial observance based on the book "The Making of Michigan" by Howard Peckham.)
 
The Old Frontier 1967 ([851831-I-55-1])
(This program looks at the first fifty years of the University. Features: Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.; Russell Bidlack, UM-Lib. Sci.; Frank Woodford)
 
Original: (Pos. #1312, 2-inch video #307)
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Best in the West 1967 ([851831-I-55-2])
(The growth of the University of Michigan from 1860 to 1900, when it became the "biggest" and the "Best in the West", is the focus of this program on the James B. Angell years. Features: Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.; William Hubbard, UM-Med.)
 
Original: (Pos. #1313, 2-inch video #308)
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Visitor-0 1967 ([851831-I-55-3])
(Michigan's famed All-American football great, Tom Harmon, tells the story of Michigan football through interviews with coaches, players, vintage film and photographs. Features: Tom Harmon; H.O. "Fritz" Crisler, UM-Ath.; Bennie Oosterbaan, UM-Ath.; Ernest Allmendinger)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #309, Pos. #1323, 2-inch video #309)
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Golden Era 1967 ([851831-I-55-4])
(The "golden era" of student life at Michigan - as at all American colleges - was between 1900 and World War I. The traditions are recreated and relived by UM alumni. Features: Howard Peckham. UM-Hist.; Paul Wagner; H.H. Caswell)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #310, Pos. #1324, 2-inch video #310)
 
Streaming File: (851831-I55-4.flv)
 
Great War 1967 ([851831-I-55-5])
(The UM mobilizes for World War I. Footage of war related activity on campus, Fred Wahr discusses anti-German sentiment on campus. Also discussion of the influenza epidemic and a look at the post-war life of "Joe College." Features: Fred Wahr, UM-German; Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #311, Pos. #1325, 2-inch video #311)
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The Thirties 1967 ([851831-I-55-6])
(When the regents appointed Alexander Grant Ruthven as the 7th President of UM in 1929, they hoped for a quiet period. Instead the depression hit and changed the Ann Arbor campus. Features: Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.; Harry Carver, UM-Math; Trudy Huebner; Erich Walter, UM-Engl.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #312, Pos. #1326)
 
From World War II to Willow Village 1967 ([851831-I-55-7])
(A look at the World War II years when the Michigan campus was mobilized, and the post-war period when the GI bill sent thousands of veterans back to school. Features: Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.; Ralph Sawyer, UM)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #313, Pos. #1327, 2-inch video #312)
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A Second Campus 1967 ([851831-I-55-8])
(After World War II the role of research at UM expanded with the growth of the North Campus. Features: Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.; Geoffrey Norman, UM-VP; James T. Wilson, UM-IST)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #314, Pos. #1319, 2-inch video #313)
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Streaming File: (851831-I55-8.flv)
 
Michigan Today 1967 ([851831-I-55-9])
(UM President Harlan Hatcher brings the history of the University up to the present day. Michigan today is portrayed in a photographic sequence which sums up the many faces of the University on its 150th birthday. Features: Howard Peckham, UM-Hist.; Harlan Hatcher, UM-Pres.; Wilbur Pierpont, UM-VP.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #315, Pos. #1329, 2-inch video #314)
 
Streaming File: (851831-I55-9.flv)
 
Working Musician, The [subseries]
(Fifteen part series in which working musicians demonstrate technique, discuss their instruments and careers.)
 
Abe Torchinsky, Tuba 1977 ([851831-I-56-1])
(In this program Torchinsky discusses role of the tuba in the orchestra and demonstrates his warm-up and playing technique. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Abe Torchinsky)
 
Original: (1-inch video #351)
 
Rosemary Russell, Mezzo Soprano 1977 ([851831-I-56-2])
(Russell, discusses her rehearsal routines, the importance of interpreting a text and her career as a performer in oratorios, operas, and recitals. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Rosemary Russell, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #352)
 
Louis Smith, Trumpet 1977 ([851831-I-56-3])
(Professional jazz trumpet player and UM music faculty member provides a glimpse into life and work of a jazz musician who has quit one-night stands for teaching music. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Louis Smith, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #353)
 
Arno Mariotti, Oboe 1977 ([851831-I-56-4])
(What it is like to play the oboe professionally is discussed and demonstrated. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Arno Mariotti, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #354)
 
John McCollum, Tenor-Nancy Hodge, Accompanist 1977 ([851831-I-56-5])
(The art of singing and the art of accompanying are discussed. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; John McCollum, Um-Music; Nancy Hodge, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #355)
 
Judith Becker, Musicologist 1977 ([851831-I-56-6])
(A description and demonstration of musicology in action with a performance by a UM Javanese gamelan orchestra. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Judith Becker, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #356)
 
Gyorgy Sandor, Piano 1977 ([851831-I-56-7])
(A famed Hungarian artist takes us behind the scenes in the art and technique of piano playing. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Gyorgy Sandor, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #357)
 
Angel Reyes, Violin 1977 ([851831-I-56-8])
(Informal insights into the lonely life of the soloist from a UM faculty member and renowned violin soloist as he prepares for a performance of a work by Bach. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Angel Reyes, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #358)
 
Charles Owen, Percussion 1977 ([851831-I-56-9])
(A demonstration of the art and technique of marimbas, drums, tambourines, gongs, triangles, and vibraphones. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Charles Owen, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #359)
 
Jerome Jellinek, Cello; Joseph Gurt, Piano 1977 ([851831-I-56-10])
(How a professional piano duo goes about getting a new piece ready for the concert halls. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Jerome Jellinek, UM-Music; Joseph Gurt, EMU-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #360)
 
David Shifrin, Clarinet 1977 ([851831-I-56-11])
(A former principal clarinetist of a major symphony orchestra gives a music lesson in classical clarinet. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music, David Schifrin, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #361)
 
Marilyn Mason, Organ 1977 ([851831-I-56-12])
(UM pipe organist leads a tour of her unique music studio, UM's 4,000 seat Hill Auditorium, and explains and demonstrates the pipe organ. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Marilyn Mason, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #362)
 
Louis Stout, Horn 1977 ([851831-I-56-13])
(The life and musical times of a prominent American French horn player. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Louis Stout, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #363)
 
Elizabeth Bergaman, Dancer 1977 ([851831-I-56-14])
(A look at the life and art of a with choreographer / dancer, with demonstrations of classical, jazz, and modern dance styles. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Elizabeth Bergaman, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #364)
 
Donald Sinta, Saxophone 1977 ([851831-I-56-15])
(A demonstration of the versatility of the saxophone with blues, classical flute sound, and even a Japanese Kabuki sound on the saxophone. Features: Jerry Bilik, UM-Music; Donald Sinta, UM-Music)
 
Original: (1-inch video #365)
 
Worlds of Abraham Kaplan [subseries]
(Eleven part series, Kaplan gives his personal views on philosophical and social questions.)
 
Unreason 1971 ([851831-I-57-1])
(In this program Kaplan provides a blistering attack on the advocates of unreason - the worshipers of feeling, action, and self. Features: Abraham Kaplan, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #316, Pos. #3474, 2-inch video #315)
 
Love 1971 ([851831-I-57-2])
(Kaplan destroys the myths of love and describes its actualities. Features: Abraham Kaplan, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #317, Pos. #3433, 2-inch video #316)
 
Morals 1971 ([851831-I-57-3])
(The sexual revolution is examined. Features: Abraham Kaplan, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #318, Pos. #3395, 2-inch video #317)
 
Loneliness 1971 ([851831-I-57-4])
(Why we are lonely today and what we can do about it is explained. Features: Abraham Kaplan, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #319, Pos. #3368, 2-inch video #318)
 
Mental Health 1971 ([851831-I-57-5])
(Kaplan discusses the importance of expressing feelings, of being the person who you are, and of accepting yourself, which are the basis of mental health. Features: Abraham Kaplan, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #320, Pos. #3468, 2-inch video #319)
 
Religion 1971 ([851831-I-57-6])
(Kaplan views organized religion with rational and believing eyes. Features: Abraham Kaplan, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #321, Pos. #3437, 2-inch video #320)
 
Women 1971 ([851831-I-57-7])
(Kaplan gives his witty, profound, and provocative views on modern women. Features: Abraham Kaplan, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #322, Pos. #3438, 2-inch video #321)
 
Technology 1971 ([851831-I-57-8])
(A pro-technology discussion by a philosopher who believes that "man is the measure." Features: Abraham Kaplan, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #323, Pos. #3462, 2-inch video #322)
 
Free Speech 1971 ([851831-I-57-9])
(In discussing free speech, Professor Kaplan explains what it is, what it isn't, and why it must always be fought for. Features: Abraham Kaplan, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #324, Pos. #3463, 2-inch video #323)
 
Aging 1971 ([851831-I-57-10])
(Kaplan examines the tragedy of the aged in our youth oriented society. Features: Abraham Kaplan, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #325, Pos. #3441, 2-inch video #324)
 
Death 1971 ([851831-I-57-11])
(The sanctity of life is linked with the acceptance of death. Professor Kaplan expresses his views on death. Features: Abraham Kaplan, UM-Phil.)
 
Original: (16mm kinescope film, neg. #326, Pos. #3461, 2-inch video #325)
 
Singer's Art, The [subseries]
(Thirteen part series takes the viewer inside the world of the concert and opera singer features UM music student and faculty.)
 
To Music 1969 ([851831-I-59-1])
(Program 1 looks at the problems of interpretation of music and words. Bassett's composition "To Music" is featured. Features: John McCollum, UM-Music; Harold Haugh, UM-Music; Leslie Bassett, UM-Music)
 
Original: (2-inch video #649)
 
We Seem to Be One 1969 ([851831-I-59-2])
(The demands of the recital on the singer and pianist are demonstrated in performances of selected songs form "Die Shone Mullerin" by Schubert. Features: John McCollum, UM-Music)
 
Original: (2-inch video #650)
 
La Bonne Chanson 1969 ([851831-I-59-3])
(Art songs written by the contemporary American composers Samuel Barber and John Gruen are examined. Features: John McCollum, UM-Music)
 
Original: (2-inch video #652)
 
The Human Instrument 1969 ([851831-I-59-5])
(The voice in the small instrumental ensemble, solo voice, wind instruments and piano. Features: John McCollum, UM-Music)
 
Original: (2-inch video #653)
 
Making Music Together 1969 ([851831-I-59-6])
(The skills and artistic qualities required in a concert presentation of the solo ensemble are examined. The Michigan Chamber Soloist perform. Features: John McCollum, UM-Music; Willis Patterson, UM-Music; Oscar Henry, EMU-Music)
 
Original: (2-inch video #654)
 
A Blend of Voices 1969 ([851831-I-59-7])
(The challenges of the singer in the small choir. Works by Bach and R. Schuman are performed by the Michigan Chamber Choir. Features: John McCollum, UM-Music; Thomas Hilbish, UM-Music; Michigan Chamber Choir)
 
Original: (2-inch video #656)
 
Praise and Song 1969 ([851831-I-59-8])
(The University of Michigan Men's Glee Club sings classical contemporary and collegiate songs. Features: John McCollum, UM-Music; Willis Patterson, UM-Music; Men's Glee Club)
 
Original: (2-inch video #657)
 
Ye People, Listen 1969 ([851831-I-59-9])
(An examination of the solo contata of the late Baroque period featuring performances by UM faulty artists. Features: Leslie Guin, Rosemary Russel, N. Hauenstein, G. Rosseels, Charles Fisher, Lawrence Hurst)
 
Original: (2-inch video #658)
 
With All Thy Heart 1969 ([851831-I-59-10])
(The oratoria - sacred music for chorus, soloist and orchestra - is examined. Features: John McCollum, UM-Music; Harold Haugh, UM-Music)
 
Original: (2-inch video #659)
 
So Full of Shapes Is Fancy 1969 ([851831-I-59-11])
(Some instruction of the how's of acting and singing featuring opera instructors from the UM Music School. Features: Theo Alcantara, Katherine Hilgengerg, Eva Likova, Robert Luscomb, all UM-Music)
 
Original: (2-inch video #660)
 
An Illusion of reality 1969 ([851831-I-59-12])
(An examination of the recitative song (sung dialogue) in opera featuring selections from Verdi's "La Traviata," Gluck's "Orfeo," and Mozart's "Marriage of Figaro." Features: John McMollum, UM-Music; Eva Likova, UM-Music; Ralph Herbert, UM-Music)
 
Original: (2-inch video #661)
 
The Impresario 1969 ([851831-I-59-13])
(A performance of Mozart's humorous light opera "The Impresario" featuring the UM Opera Orchestra and student singers. Features: John McCollum, UM-Music; Theo Alcantara, UM-Music; Eva Likova, UM-Music)
 
Original: (2-inch video #662)
 
A Symphony of Sounds 1969 ([851831-I-59-14])
(A look at the life of a community choral organization and the problems of concert management featuring the directors of the University Musical Society and the Michigan Choral Union. Features: John McCollum, UM-Music; Gail Rector, Donald Bryant)
 
Original: (2-inch video #663)