152 collections

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Home movies, professional films, outtakes, audio formats, and videotapes made by "Doc" Tommy Scott during his long career as a musician and traveling medicine show man.

Film and videotape editorials and PSAs that Stimmel produced while at WAGA-TV.

Includes home movies, recordings from BBC, Egyptian broadcasts, and music.

Audio recordings, Clarence Jordan the Rebel and Clarence Jordan the Great Banquet and Other Parables, used by Robert Ayers on his chapter The Role of Organized Religion later published in Georgia Today, edited by John C. Belcher and K. Imogene Dean.

Recordings of The Lighthouse, Urban League Broadcast on WBNS, interview of Elizabeth Kytle by Andrew Freeman, and an interview of Elizabeth Kytle by Fannie Hurst.

Includes Rayburn Moore's Place and Voice in Frontier Humor and Frances Van Keuren.

One recording of Quiche Lorraine.

285 videotapes and reels of film consisting of personal recordings and television news reporting.

Includes interviews with Bettie Sellers.

Includes Keep Georgia Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful public service announcements, videos on recycling and composting, public service announcements about littering, and Rome's Coosa River Christmas: Lighted Boat Parade

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

Six audio recordings of summer shows.

Contains aluminum transcription discs of radio programs: Rich's Program and Look Who's Here.

In 2001, Lisa Friedman York met W.W. Law and was inspired to create a documentary about his life. This collection comprises recorded interviews with Mr. Law and other Savannah area leaders, conducted by historian Cliff Kuhn, recorded for that purpose. The documentary has not been completed. Interviewees include: W.W. Law, Aaron Buschbaum, Dr. Clyde W. Hall, Edna Branch Jackson, Ida Mae Bryant, Rev. Edward Lambrellis, Richard Shinholster, Tessie Rosanna Law, Dr. Amos C. Brown, Mercedes Arnold Wright, Carolyn Coleman, E.J. Josey, Walter J. Leonard, and Judge H. Sol Clark.


The collection consists of two tapes of Howard Finster preaching. One was recorded by Finster himself and given to David Mitchell, the other was recorded by Mitchell at a church.

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