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The collection consists of one reel of silent, black and white home movies from the Battle family. Highlights include footage of a 1939 firemen's convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey; the Battle family on Atlantic City boardwalk; and the 1939 New Jersey & New York Volunteer Firemen's Association (NJNYVFA) firemen's parade in Lyndhurst, New Jersey. The parade is shot from a static camera position as the marchers move past the camera. Participants include fire departments and their trucks, drum and bugle corps, Boy Scouts, women's auxiliary groups, and bands from the towns of Demarest, Midland Park, Mahwah, Westwood, Fairview, Emerson, Rochelle Park, and Grandview, New Jersey.

The collection consists of home movies featuring the Belcher family, birthdays, Fox Lake, Thanksgiving 1964, and Christmas 1964.

The collection consists of elements for a program titled, Ben T. Epps: the Legacy of Georgia’s First Aviator, which was produced by the UGA Center for Continuing Education and William J. "Bill" Evelyn. VHS cassette of the full program is available at the Media Desk as VHS 3843.1.

One audio recording of George Abney.

Includes interviews with Bettie Sellers.

Includes interviews with Eugene Odum, Milton Masciadri, Emory Thomas, and Daniel Quinn; Delta Prize ceremony and Creative Research Awards: Albert Christ-Janer Award; and the program Generation Gap: Has American Public Opinion Really Changed?

The collection consists of home movies of the Finley and Miller families (especially "Duddy" Finley, Elizabeth "Lady Bug" Peirce Miller, Harry Miller, and Lady's Bug's parents) from the late 1920s taken in Chicago, Ill., Canaan, Conn., Wisconsin, and Niagara Falls, N.Y. Reel 1 is from 1926 and features Duddy Finley on a tricycle in a park with her mother and Harry Miller; there are also scenes around Chicago Navy Pier and Lincoln Park. Reel 2 (1926) contains scenes of Lady Bug's family playing in the snow, a shot of a downtown street in Canaan with "Ives & Peirce Coal & Grain" store. Reel 3 (1927) shows the family swimming at Twin Lakes, a playground, children dancing, a girl doing the Charleston dance, and other family scenes. Reel 4 (1928) contains swimming scenes, adults dressed in Victorian clothing, girls dancing, and a cat. The last reel (no. 5, 1929) features wire-haired terriers and puppies in a backyard, little girls paying with dolls and a dollhouse, a large country house in winter, a sign reading "Barry Kennels: Equally Well Known Both Sides of Atlantic, Owned by Roger Phillips," dogs in kennels in the snow, the family in snow, a lakeside community, and Niagara Falls.

One unidentified audio recording.

The collection consists of Williams family home movies shot between 1942 and 1960. They show typical family scenes, such as holiday celebrations, childrens' birthday parties, a wedding, trips to the beach, winter ice storms, picnics, a family reunion, and several shots of downtown Monroe, as well as a Monroe church and Sunday school letting out. Of local interest are 1948 scenes of a demonstration farm in Winder, Georgia, and the turkeys and cows of the Williams' family farm. Grant Park in Atlanta and its zoo are also featured several times. Both a Girl Scout camp and a Boy Scout camp are shown. Also, the earlier films taken during WWII show a captured Japanese submarine touring through Monroe. A 1943 Victory Parade includes children promoting scrap drives, victory gardening, an air raid group, and representations of the Four Freedoms. A recruiting drive in downtown Monroe features a damaged Luftwaffe warbird, and a dirigible patrols the shoreline while the family is at the beach. The bulk of the films are travel scenes by the family and also of Booth Williams at national conventions in Florida and Wichita. A 1949 trip from Georgia to the Western U.S. begins on U.S. Highway 41 and documents a portion of Peacock Alley - a country store selling chenille bedspreads, aprons, and bathrobes. Travels include: Stone Mountain, Georgia (view from top); Vogel State Park in north Georgia; the old market at Louisville, Georgia; Lookout Mountain, Georgia, and Point Park; Gatlinburg, Tennessee and Cherokee, North Carolina; Asheville, North Carolina, including a view of the Grove Park Inn; Edisto Beach, South Carolina; Florida: St. Augustine, Crystal River, Cypress Gardens, Gainesville, New Orleans, orange groves/packing houses; Texas: Houston, King Ranch cattle, San Antonio, Alamo; Louisville, Kentucky, Keeneland race track; Chicago, Illinois (cityscape and Shriners); Spokane, Washington; Western states trip (Omaha, Nebraska; Grand Forks, North Dakota; Badlands, South Dakota; Cedar Pass Lodge; Mount Rushmore; Yellowstone National Park; Salt Creek Falls, Oregon; Crater Lake Park, Oregon; California Redwoods, San Francisco, Yosemite, Los Angeles/Glendale, Hollywood Bowl, UCLA; Reno, Nevada; Hoover Dam; Grand Canyon; Petrified Forest and trading post; Salt Lake City, copper pit, Great Salt Lake, Reno; Cliff House (San Francisco); Disneyland); and the Northeastern United States and Canada, including the border crossing, and the White Mountains cog railway in New Hampshire.

Includes plays, readings, and interviews including Atlanta New Play Project; Sandberg, Yes!; Cabbagetown: 3 Women; Children of Pride; Bombs Away; Blue Window. 

Recordings featuring numerous Hip-hop and Rap musicians throughout the South compiled by Brian Lassiter, an Atlanta music producer and promoter. 

The collection consists of home movies from Brice Nelson. Highlights include travel footage from Europe in 1956 (Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Vienna, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Heidelberg, the Rhine River), Washington D.C., Mount Vernon and the Rock of Gibraltar. There is also footage of birthday and Christmas celebrations.

The collection consists of 12 episodes of Cagney & Lacey on 16mm film.

Includes recordings of Rambling Rose and Virginia Festival of America.

The collection consists of home movies of the Cearley family. Included are scenes of Georgia, California, Idaho, Dallas, Galveston, Fort Worth, Hawaii, Okinawa, and Oklahoma.

One recording of "Who is Dan Calloway?" UGA/NCAA Inquiry

Interviews of Coburn by Victor Rosen from November 1955-April 1956.

One film from the Kraft World Wide Marketing Meeting, McCormick Place, Chicago, 1965.

Completed as-aired programs as well as raw footage for the program. The archival material exists on various formats of videotape and on 16mm film.
Audio materials from Whaley's radio program Cinema Soundtrack are as yet uncataloged.
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