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Paige Martinez Papers 1939-2003 (Bulk 1990-2003)


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Martinez, Paige
Title: Paige Martinez Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1939-2003
Bulk Dates: 1990-2003
Quantity: 31.65 Linear Feet (20 Boxes)
Abstract:This collection houses interviews, scripts, promotional materials, correspondence, notes, raw footage, proposals, financial information, artwork, and other materials documenting Paige Martinez's work as a documentary filmmaker. The bulk of the material covers Youth at Risk: Closing L.A.'s Juvenile Camps, America's War on Poverty, Rebels with a Cause, and Sanctuary on Trial. Other titles represented are Words of Our Ancients, Hopi Stories, Les Chevaliers du Tastevin: Past, Present, and Future, El Senador, En Medea Res, Eyes on the Prize, and an untitled film about the Rio Grande. Also included are materials showing Paige Martinez's personal life and genealogical research documenting the Palmer family, the Woodruff family, and the Rivera family.
Identification: MSS-423
Language: Material in English and Spanish.
Repository: Arizona State University Library Chicano Research Collection
P.O. Box 871006
Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
Phone: (480) 965-4932
Questions? Ask An Archivist!

Biographical Note

Documentarian, writer, director, and filmmaker Paige Martinez was born in about 1962. She became interested in oral history, anthropology, and film making at a young age. After graduating from Tempe High School in 1980, she attended New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Filmmaking in 1986. She worked as a Production Assistant for Fame for a year before becoming an office assistant for the American Films Company. Martinez later began making films, including Rebels with a Cause (1993), In Service to America, a segment of America's War on Poverty (1995), El Senador (1996), and Chapito Chavarria, Harmony Man (2014).

In 2013, Martinez began working toward a Masters in Media Arts at New Mexico Highlands University Las Vegas in order to learn more about interactive video and new production processes. She was on track to complete her degree in the summer of 2015 when she died on November 24, 2014 in Las Vegas, New Mexico of health problems linked to Valley Fever.

Scope and Content Note

Series I houses raw footage, interviews, scripts, correspondence, licensing information, and other materials documenting the development and production of Youth at Risk: Closing L.A.'s Juvenile Camps. This film explores the value of the camp system through the lives of 18-year-old inmates Angie Burdick, Amber Mercer, Maria Martinez, and Tyneshia Minor, all of whom were incarcerated at Camp Resnick for a variety of offenses, including gang activity. In the camps, they are forced to coexist with members of opposing gangs and re-evaluate the lifestyle they lived and values they held prior to their incarceration. The film also covers the girls' lives and the challenges they face after they are released and return to their homes. Although these camps were the only arm of Los Angeles County's juvenile justice system to provide an opportunity for rehabilitation and the County's Board of Supervisors unanimously supported them, they were threatened with closure at the end of 1993 due to budget cuts.

Series II houses interviews, promotional literature, publications, and other materials documenting the development and production of America's War on Poverty. This film explores the extent of poverty in the United States during the 1960s and discusses federal anti-poverty programs created during the Johnson administration. These programs were designed to promote education, job training, and community action and to provide basic healthcare. This film consists of five parts: In this Affluent Society, Given a Chance, City of Promise, In Service to America, and My Brother's Keeper. Martinez worked primarily on In Service to America.

Series III houses scripts, audio recordings, and other materials documenting the development and production of Rebels with a Cause. This film is sometimes referenced under its working titles, The Young Magicians and Beyond Compassion. It documents the Los Angeles Conservation Corps' Human Services Project, which employed 20 young adults full-time to research, build, and implement human services projects designed to address issues critical to their communities. The film features three Conservation Corps members: Veronica Ben Como who, after a miscarriage at age 19, leads a crew educating teenagers about contraception and safe sex; Antoinette James, who grew up in a rock house, was homeless at age 17, and leads an AIDS crew visiting adults and children at hospices; and Maria Elena Chavez, niece of Cesar Chavez, who leads a media crew producing rap reports.

Series IV houses affidavits, statements, literature created by activist groups, trial transcripts, research, recordings, publications, and other materials documenting the development and production of Sanctuary on Trial. This film explores the Sanctuary Movement, which was formed by concerned citizens dedicated to helping refugees from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua to avoid capture by the U.S. government and apply for asylum in the United States. It focuses on a trial held in Tucson, Arizona in 1985, in which 11 sanctuary workers were indicted for aiding illegal immigration. Sister Darlene Nicgorski, Rev. John M. Fife, Maria del Socorro Pardo de Aguilar, Father Anthony Clark, Philip Willis-Conger, Wendy LeWin, Peggy Hutchison, and Father Ramon Dagoberto Quinones were found guilty and sentenced to probation.

Series V consists primarily of raw footage used to develop and produce Words of Our Ancients and Hopi Stories. Hopi Stories is a sample video designed to promote Words of Our Ancients. Words of Our Ancients uses interviews, photographs, motion-picture clips, diaries, periodicals, and U.S. government reports to chronicle Hopi history during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including Hopi resistance to missionaries determined to eliminate traditional beliefs and practices, resistance to U.S. military campaigns designed to "subdue" Indigenous peoples, establishment of the Hopi Reservation in 1882, inundation with tourists, creation of Indian Boarding Schools and forced assimilation, rejection of the land allotment program, and finally the 1906 Oraibi Split and its aftermath.

Series VI houses research notes, publications, correspondence, contact lists, financial information, narration, DVD artwork and finishing information, and other materials documenting the development and production of Les Chevaliers du Tastevin: Past, Present, and Future. This film chronicles the order's history from its origins in France to approximately 2001. Camille Rodier and George Faively founded the Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin in 1934 in response to the worldwide economic depression impeding sales of Burgundian wines. The founders posited that "rather than lament the fact that our cellars are full, we should invite our friends to help us drink from them" and encourage the sale and consumption of their wines. Franco-Swiss gourmet Jules Bohy brought the Chevaliers to the United States in 1939 and they spread quickly after the end of World War II. A section titled Slopes of Gold discusses the technical aspects of wine production in Burgundy. Additional sequences provide a sense of the total number of chapters worldwide and specifically the New York City chapter, a discussion of the Clos Vougeot and its importance, and a discussion of the Educational Scholarship Fund and the U.S.-Burgundy wine study program.

Series VII houses publications, clippings, scripts, and other materials documenting the development and production of El Senador, which follows the career of New Mexico politician Dionisio "Dennis" Chavez (1888-1962). Chavez moved to Washington with Senator Andrieus A. Jones in 1917 and worked as a clerk in the office of the Secretary of the United States Senate until 1920, when he graduated from Georgetown University's law department and was admitted to the bar. After graduation he returned to Albuquerque, New Mexico where he commenced practice and served in the State House of Representatives in 1923-1924. Chavez was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1931 and served until 1934, when he did not seek renomination in order to run for the Senate. He was unsuccessful in 1935 but became the first Hispanic Democrat elected to the U.S. Senate in 1936 after being appointed to the seat vacated by Bronson M. Cutting's death the previous year. Chavez continued to serve until his death in 1962. During his tenure in the Senate, he supported the New Deal, strengthened New Mexico's ties to the federal government, secured federal funds to finance projects and create jobs in New Mexico, spoke out in favor of women's suffrage, and worked to remediate discrimination in hiring practices.

Series VIII houses interviews, proposals, artwork, and publications documenting the development of En Medea Res. This film explores the culture, philosophy, and creative expression of R. Carlos Nakai, a Navajo-Ute flutist and composer. It discusses Nakai's perception of his culture from modern to mythological times using Nakai's compositions as a soundtrack, live cinematography of the Four Corners area, interviews with Nakai and others, archival film clips, and photography of the region and people. This production may also have included a "one-hour extended music video" of Nakai's work. It is unknown whether either film was ever produced.

Series IX houses transcriptions of interviews intended for use in developing Eyes on the Prize, a film documenting the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. This film was not produced under this title and these interviews may have been repurposed as research for America's War on Poverty.

Series X includes research, correspondence, financial information, notes, publications, and other materials documenting the creation of an untitled production regarding the Rio Grande. This film was sponsored by the Rio Grande Institute and Americas River Communities (ARC) and was intended to explore the Rio Grande as both a river and as a border. This documentary was scheduled to air on PBS in late 2001 or early 2002. It is not clear whether the project was completed.

Series XI houses recordings, notes, correspondence, and other materials documenting films other than those documented in Series I through Series X. These films include a production regarding California's Proposition 13 (which limited the taxes that could be assessed on real property), a production regarding National Parks in the United States, and numerous unidentified productions.

Series XII: Other Papers includes correspondence, drawings, signs, research, and other materials documenting Martinez' personal life, education, and family history. Families represented in the genealogical research include the Palmer family, the Woodruff family, and the Rivera family.


This collection consists of 31.65 linear feet divided into twelve series:
Series I: Youth at Risk: Closing L.A.'s Juvenile Camps
Series II: America's War on Poverty
Series III: Rebels with a Cause
Series IV: Sanctuary on Trial
Series V: Words of Our Ancients and Hopi Stories
Series VI: Les Chevaliers du Tastevin: Past, Present, and Future
Series VII: El Senador
Series VIII: En Medea Res
Series IX: Eyes on the Prize
Series X: Production Regarding the Rio Grande
Series XI: Other Films
Series XII: Other Papers


Access Restrictions

To view this collection, make an appointment at least five business days prior to your visit by contacting Ask an Archivist or calling (480) 965-4932. Appointments in the Wurzburger Reading Room at Hayden Library (rm. 138) on the Tempe campus are available Monday through Friday. Check the ASU Library Hours page for current availability.


The Arizona Board of Regents retains copyright to this collection for and on behalf of the Arizona State University Library. Requests to publish, display, or redistribute information from this collection must be submitted via our online application.

Related Material

A commercially produced copy of In Service to America is available in the Library's circulating collection (call number HC110.P63 A72x 1995 VIDEO).

Separated Materials

Approximately 1 linear foot of material has been quarantined pending preservation remediation due to mold and is not accessible to users.

Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Chavez, Dennis, 1888-1962
Martinez, Paige
Nakai, R. Carlos, 1946-

Corporate Name(s)
Blackside, Inc.

Geographic Name(s)
New Mexico -- Politics and government
Rio Grande (Colo.-Mexico and Tex.)
United States -- Economic conditions -- 1961-1971
United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century

AIDS (Disease) -- California -- Los Angeles
Economic assistance, Domestic -- United States
Hopi Indians -- Government relations
Hopi Indians -- History
Hospices (Terminal care) -- California -- Los Angeles
Poor -- United States
Poverty -- United States
Refugees -- Central America
Sanctuary movement -- Arizona
Sex instruction -- California -- Los Angeles
Urban youth -- California -- Los Angeles
Wine industry -- France -- Burgundy

Flute players -- Arizona
Legislators -- New Mexico -- Biography

Genre Form(s)
Documentary films

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Paige Martinez Papers, MSS-423, Arizona State University Library.


Paige Martinez donated these materials to the Chicano/a Research Collection in 2011 and 2012 (accessions #2011-04502 and #2012-04537).

Container List

Series I: Youth at Risk: Closing L.A.'s Juvenile Camps
11 Academy Awards Information, 1992-1993
12 Assemblies and Cuts
13 Broadcast, Distribution, Sales, and Reviews, 1993-1994
14 Clippings, 1991-1993
15 Correspondence: Elected Officials, 1993
16 Correspondence: Potential Narrators, 1993
17 Cuts, 1993
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 1
18 Cuts, circa 1993
19 Dailies, circa 1993
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 14/OV2, Folder 1
110 Fitness Hearings, 1991-1992
111 Gang Research, 1993
112 Interview with Amber Mercer, 1993 March
113 Interview with Angie Burdick, 1993 April 8
114 Interview with Irene Davila, 1993 March 27 (Incomplete Transcript)
115 Interview with Judge Corral, circa 1993 (Transcript)
116 Interview with Paul Higga, 1993 February 25 (Transcript)
117 Interview with Paul Higga, circa 1993 (Transcript)
118 Interview with Tyneshia Minor, 1992 December 15 (Transcript)
119 Interview with Tyneshia Minor, circa 1993 (Transcript with Time Codes)
120 Interviews and B-Roll, 1992-1993 (Transcripts; Removed from Binder)
21 Interviews, 1993 (Transcripts; Removed from Binder)
22 Interviews, 1993 (Transcripts; Removed from Binder)
23 Letters of Requst for Permit Signatures, 1993
24 "Life and Times" Viewer Comments, 1993
25 McKinnis, Mark, 1992
26 Music Licensing (Double XX Posse), 1993
27 Narration and Music, 1993
28 Paige's Editing Notebook ("Yat R"), 1993 (Removed from Binder; 1 of 2)
31 Paige's Editing Notebook ("Yat R"), 1993 (Removed from Binder; 2 of 2)
32 Project MOVE (Mobility and Opportunity via Education), 1991
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 2
33 MOVE (Mobility and Opportunity via Education) Shoot Notes, circa 1993
34 Promotional Materials, 1993
35 Proposed Closure of the Juvenile Probation Camps, 1993
36 Pulls, circa 1993
37 Requests to Film at Los Angeles County Probation Department Facilities, 1992-1993
38 Requests to Redistribute Youth at Risk Footage, 1993
39 Script Outline, circa 1993
310 Scripts, circa 1993
311 Signed Release Forms, 1993
312 Tape Logs, 1993
313 Target PBS Member Stations, 1993
314 Technical Production Information, 1993
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 3
315 Title Options and Art, circa 1993
316 "Experts" Transcripts, 1993
The experts are Judge Corral, Irene Davila, Tom Higgins, and DA Stephen Meister.
41 "The Girls", 1993 (Photocopies)
"The Girls" are Maria Martinez, Amber Mercer, and Tyneshia Minor.
42 "If Camps Close" (Tape 8; Transcript with Time Codes)
Tape 496B and 7B 1993 March 25 (U-Matic; Tape 20; Dub; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 80Amber 1993 March 25 (U-Matic; Tape 19; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 98Amber Interview at Home in Chula Vista; B Roll Out and Into House 1993 May 11 (U-Matic; Roll 44; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 101Amber Interview, Chula Vista 1993 April 17 (U-Matic; Tape 39; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 6Amber Mercer (U-Matic; Rolls 29 and 30)
Includes Craig Levy, the Board of Supervisors, and Barry Nydorf (6B) and Barry Nydorf and Jabe Kahnke (7B).
Tape 16Angie [Burdick] (U-Matic; Rolls 28 and 32)
Tape 17Angie [Burdick] #1 (U-Matic; Tape 109; Take 2)
Tape 18Angie [Burdick] #2 and Terry Friedman #1 (U-Matic; Tape 112)
Tape 19Angie [Burdick]; Beginning of Friedman (U-Matic; Tape 123)
13Tape 231 Angie Burdick (Audio Cassette Tape)
Tape 20Angie's Tree (U-Matic; Tape 122)
Tape 21Art Interview Part 2; Menderhall; Drills (U-Matic; Tape 116)
Tape 22Assembly #8 (U-Matic; Tape 120; Copy of 9A)
Tape 23Assembly 1 (Part 1): Maria [Martinez] "Change My Life" (U-Matic; Tape 124)
Tape 24Assembly 1 (Part 2) and Assembly 6 (Part 2) (U-Matic; Pulls Part 2)
Tape 25Assembly 2 (U-Matic; Part 2)
Tape 26Assembly 2: Up to Leaving Move - Janet (U-Matic)
Tape 27Assembly 3, Part 1: Violent Youth (U-Matic; Tape 106)
Tape 28Assembly 3: Violent Youth (U-Matic; Tape 107)
Tape 29Assembly 4 and 4 (U-Matic; Tape 113)
Tape 30Assembly 5 (U-Matic; Tape 117)
Tape 31Assembly 5: Maria [Martinez] from Leave Resnik; Move, Cut 3 with Amber (U-Matic; Tape 115)
Tape 32Assembly 6A (U-Matic; Tape 111)
Tape 33Assembly 7 (U-Matic; Tape 121)
Tape 34Assembly 7A (BetacamSP; Tape 10)
Tape 35Assembly 7C (BetacamSP; Tape 14; Master)
Tape 36Assembly 7D (BetacamSP; Tape 4)
Tape 37Assembly 8A (BetacamSP; Roll 47; Master)
Tape 38Assembly 8A 1993 March 26 (BetacamSP; Tape 26; Master)
Tape 39Assembly 8B (BetacamSP)
Tape 40Assembly 9 (BetacamSP; Tape 28)
Tape 47Assembly 9A (U-Matic; Tape 4)
Tape 48Assembly 9B 1993 March 22 (U-Matic; Tape 16)
Tape 50Assembly 9D (U-Matic; Tape 0/1)
Tape 51Assembly 9E (U-Matic; Tape 5)
Tape 52Assembly 9F (U-Matic; Tape 14)
Tape 53Assembly 9G (U-Matic; Tape 15)
Tape 54Assembly 9K with Narration and Music (U-Matic; Tape 206; Part 2)
This tape begins with Roads to Challenger.
Tape 55Assembly 9L 1993 April 14 (U-Matic; Tape 3)
Tape 58Assembly: Janet (U-Matic; Tape 12/13)
Tape 59At [Watts] School (U-Matic; Tapes 2 and 3)
Tape 60Barry Nidof and Jabe Kahnke (U-Matic; Tape 310)
Tape 62Black Judge Interview; Deputy DA Steve Meister; Deputy DA Deanna Enke; Latino Judge (U-Matic; Tapes 10 and 11)
Tape 63Bus Trip Back to Camp Resnik (U-Matic; Tape 102)
Tape 64Camp Challenger B-Roll (U-Matic; Tapes 8 and 9)
Tape 66Camps #2 (Part 1); Maria [Martinez] Leaving 1993 March 23 (U-Matic; Tape 17)
Tape 67Challenger/Menderhall 1993 March 22 (U-Matic; Tape 18)
Tape 68Challenger/Menderhall (U-Matic; Tape 119)
Tape 69Challenger/Menderhall (U-Matic; Tape 400)
Tape 70City Shots, School Shots, Second Half of Friedman (U-Matic; Tape 309)
Tape 71City/School Shots (U-Matic; Tape 303)
Film beginning includes a montage and narration.
Tape 72Commissioner Denton; Court/Central Court; Maria [Martinez] Neighborhood (U-Matic; Tape 302)
Tape 73Commissioner Denton (U-Matic; Tape 300)
Tape 74Corral and Tyneshia [Minor] December Interview (U-Matic)
Tape 75Craig Levy and Yvonne Burke (U-Matic)
Tape 76Cuts - Janet; Assembly - Maria [Martinez] Leaves Camp (U-Matic; Tape 6)
Tape 77Cuts of Girls at Move (U-Matic; Tape 301)
Tape 78Dailies (U-Matic; Tape 4)
Tape 79[Irene] Davila (U-Matic; Tape 6)
Tape 81[Commissioner] Denton (U-Matic)
Tape 82[Commissioner] Denton: Maria [Martinez] in Court 1992 April 19 (U-Matic)
Tape 83Deputy DA Deanna Enker; Latino Judge 1993 April 30 (U-Matic; Copy of R #108)
Tape 84Empty Tape (U-Matic; Tape 201)
Tape 85End of Film; Mus. Cut #1 "Hard Knox"; #2 (U-Matic; Tape 200)
Tape 86Fred C. Nolles (B-Roll) and Counsellor Interview (BetacamSP)
13Tape 232 Friedman (#27 - Side A; #28 - Side B) (Audio Cassette Tape)
Tape 87Girls (U-Matic; Tape 100)
Tape 88Happy Bus; Angie [Burdick] - Bus - 2x; Girls Camp and Move ([Irene] Davila, Grayson); Maria [Martinez] Leaves; Boys Camps with Recruits (U-Matic)
Tape 226"Helena's" Revision - Boys and Girls Camps; New Maria [Martinez] Leaves; New Ending TK #1; Juv. Sys. Montage Part 1 1993 May 12 (U-Matic; Roll 47; Run Time 0:11:00)
Tape 90Interview Outside 1993 June 8 (U-Matic; Dub)
Tape 91Interview with Maria [Martinez] (U-Matic; Tape 126)
Tape 92Irene Davila (U-Matic; Tape 308)
Tape 93Juv. Sys. Montage Revision; Music Sch. v Hard Knocks - (Kids) and Pix at TL (U-Matic)
Tape 94Juvenile Court Exterior; Black Male Judge; Deputy DA Steve Meister (U-Matic; Tape 304)
Tape 95Juvenile System - Camps; Andre's Narration (U-Matic; Tape 307)
Tape 96Juvenile System Montage - TK 2 with Narration; Kids Montage TK 1 (U-Matic; Tape 205)
Tape 97Juvenile System Montage and Film Beginning (U-Matic)
Tape 99Juvenile System Montage Pulls (U-Matic; Tape 305)
Tape 100Kids Montage - Post 9A; Maria [Martinez] Leaves - New Bus; Maria [Martinez] Leaves - No Bus; Maria [Martinez] Leaves - Incl. Grayson [Cook] (U-Matic; Tape 306)
Tape 102LA Streets (BetacamSP; Tape 22 or 21A; Master)
Tape 104Mama Martinez Interview; Maria [Martinez] Leaves Resnik in Bus; Interview with Mother (Spanish) (BetacamSP; Tape 23; Master)
Tape 105Maria [Martinez] Interview and [Irene] Davila Interview (BetacamSP; Tape 20; Master)
Tape 106Maria [Martinez] Interview and Irene Davila 1993 April 8 (BetacamSP; Tape 10; Master)
Tape 107Maria [Martinez] Interview at MOVE (Mobility and Opportunity via Education) (BetacamSP; Tape 40)
Tape 108Maria [Martinez] Interview; Leaves Camp; Mother Interview (Spanish) (BetacamSP; Tape 21; Master)
Tape 109Maria [Martinez] Leaves Camp, Goes to Court (with Enemies VO; Ends with Judge "On Record"); Maria's Enemies Orig. Bites; Amber [Mercer] Move Section; Amber [Mercer] Bites "What I Learned in Camp") (BetacamSP; Tape 30)
Tape 110Maria [Martinez] Neighborhood; Maria [Martinez] Interview 1992 September 13 (BetacamSP; Tape 0)
Tape 111Maria [Martinez's] Friends; Diamond Street (BetacamSP; Tape 39)
Tape 112Maria [Martinez's] Mother (Spanish) and Sister 1993 March 22 (BetacamSP; Tape 18)
Tape 113Maria [Martinez's] Mother (Spanish); Maria [Martinez's] Sister; Travelling through Neighborhood; Maria [Martinez] [in] Juvenile Court 1993 April 8 (BetacamSP; Tape 32)
Tape 114Maria [Martinez's] Mother Interview (Spanish) (BetacamSP; Tape 37E; Master)
Tape 116Maria [Martinez's] Sister Interview; Travelling Neighborhood; Juvenile Court 1993 March 26 (BetacamSP; Tape 24; Master)
Tape 121Maxine Waters and Tyneshia [Minor] 1993 March 26 (BetacamSP; Tape 25)
Tape 126Maxine Waters and Tyneshia Minor 1993 May 28 (BetacamSP; Tape 400; Drop Frame)
Tape 127Menderhall - Waking Boy Int.; Menderhall Signs and Roads; Juvenile Hall Signs 1993 March 26 (BetacamSP; Tape 27)
Tape 128Menderhall School; Skateboarders; Maria [Martinez] and Friends 1993 March 21 (BetacamSP; Tape 17)
Tape 129Misc. Cuts: Happy Bus, Opening, Boys' Camp; Maria [Martinez] PCP Sels; Pre-Down Bus 1993 March 25 (BetacamSP; Tape 19; Master)
Tape 130Montage TK 3 - Ladies Separate; Maria [Martinez] Up Steps; New Ending; Maria [Martinez] Leaving 1993 March 22 (BetacamSP; Tape 16)
Tape 131MOVE (Mobility and Opportunity via Education) Project 1993 April 16 (BetacamSP; Tape 42)
Tape 132MOVE (Mobility and Opportunity via Education) Room: Tyneshia [Minor] Interview (BetacamSP; Roll 45; Master)
Tape 134Mr. [Grayson] Cook Interview; Dorm Interiors (BetacamSP; Tape 11)
Tape 135Mr. [Grayson] Cook Interview; Exteriors (BetacamSP; Tape 34; Master)
Tape 136Narration Regarding the Juvenile System 1993 April 8 (BetacamSP; Tape 36; Master)
13Tape 230 Pearlie Johnson - Camps (Audio Cassette Tape)
Tape 137Pulls: If Camps Close, Solutions, Aftercare (BetacamSP; Tape 9; Original)
Tape 138Pulls: Mendenhall New Boys; Juvenile System Narr. Sels.; Part I; Ends on Road to Challenger (BetacamSP; Roll 44; Master)
Tape 139Pulls: Problems, Causes, Results, Why Camps are Good (BetacamSP; Tape 15)
Tape 140Resnik Shower and Dorms; Grayson [Cook] Interview (BetacamSP; Tape 41)
Tape 141Signs - Children's CRT/East Lake; Unknown Teens (BetacamSP; Tape 35; Master)
Tape 142Street Scenes (BetacamSP; Tape 38)
Tape 143Switched Maria [Martinez] Leaving; Bobcat Beat; Happy Bus; 8A Alt. Ending Revised; Maria [Martinez] Leaving; Girls/Crimes/Search; Bus/Beat 2x; Camp, Girls Dorm; Boys Camp with Recruits 1992 December 17 (BetacamSP; Tape 8; Original)
Tape 144Thomas P. Higgins (BetacamSP; Roll 46; Master)
Tape 145Tyneshia [Minor] at School (BetacamSP; Tape 1)
Tape 146Tyneshia [Minor] in December (BetacamSP; Tape 6)
Tape 147Tyneshia [Minor] Interview and B Roll (BetacamSP; Roll 43; Master)
Tape 149Tyneshia [Minor] Interview and B Roll (BetacamSP; Tape 29)
Tape 150V.O. Session and Audio Transfer (BetacamSP; Tape 13)
Tape 151 Youth at Risk: Closing L.A.'s Juvenile Camps (BetacamSP; Tape 3)
Tape 152 Youth at Risk: Closing L.A.'s Probation Camps (BetacamSP; Tape 31)
Tape 153 Youth at Risk: Closing L.A.'s Probation Camps (BetacamSP; Tape 5)
Tape 220Yvonne B. Burke (U-Matic; Tape 118)
Tape 8[Untitled] 1993 March 25 (U-Matic; Tape 22 [21A]; Dub; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 11[Untitled] 1993 March 25 (U-Matic; Tape 21; Dub; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 2[Untitled] 1993 March 26 (U-Matic; Hr. 1; Tape 25; Dub; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 5[Untitled] 1993 March 26 (U-Matic; Hr 0; Tape 24; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 3[Untitled] 1993 March 26 (U-Matic; Hr. 23; Tape 23; Dub; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 14[Untitled] 1993 March 26 (U-Matic; Hr. 2; Tape 26; Dub; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 15[Untitled] 1993 March 26 (U-Matic; Hr. 3; Tape 27; Dub; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 4[Untitled] 1993 April 8 (U-Matic; Tape 36; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 12[Untitled] 1993 April 8 (U-Matic; Tape 34; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 10[Untitled] 1993 April 8 (U-Matic; Tape 33; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 1[Untitled] 1993 April 8 (U-Matic; Tape 35; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 9[Untitled] 1993 April 8 (U-Matic; Tape 37; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 224[Untitled] 1993 April 17 (U-Matic; Tape 40; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 225[Untitled] 1993 April 17 (U-Matic; Tape 41; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 13[Untitled] 1993 April 17 (U-Matic; Tape 38; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 228[Untitled] 1993 April 18 (U-Matic; Tape 42; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 223[Untitled] 1993 May 11 (U-Matic; Roll 43; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 227[Untitled] 1993 May 12 (U-Matic; Roll 45; Run Time 0:27:04)
Tape 222[Untitled] 1993 May 12 (U-Matic; Roll 46; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 133[Untitled] 1993 June 2 (BetacamSP; Audio on Channel 1 Only; Non-Drop Frame; Run Time 0:26:12)
Tape 103[Untitled] 1993 June 16 (BetacamSP; Dub; Non-Drop Frame; Run Time 0:26:12)
Tape 188[Untitled] 1993 July 9 (VHS; Run Time 0:26:12)
Series II: America's War on Poverty
43 Assembly Screening Notes, 1994 June
44 California Legal Services, Inc.
45 Chronologies
46 General Numbers List
47 Insurance: De Witt Stern of California, 1993 April
48 Outreach and Plaintiffs, 1994 March
49 Photograph of Man with Books
410 Promotion, 1994
411 Research Correspondence and Materials, 1994
412 Scripts, Screenings, and Notes, 1994
413 Avila, Lorenz, 1994 March-May
414 Bellow, Gary, 1994 January-October
415 Blaustein, Arthur, 1994
416 Brazil, Eric, 1994 March
417 Carlucci, Frank, 1994 March
418 Chickering, Lawrence, 1994 March
419 Clark, William P., 1994 March
420 Cohen, Jerry, 1994 March
421 CRLA Lawyers, 1994
Includes Carole Ruth Silver, Dennis Powell, James Lorenz Jr., and Bob Gnaizda.
422 Cranston, Alan, 1994 March
423 Davis, Angela
424 de la Rosa, Hector, 1995 February
425 Erlichman, John
51 Glick, Marty, 1994 February-September
52 Gnaizda, Robert, 1994
53 Hernandez, Alejo, 1994 March
54 Huerta, Dolores, 1994 February-March
55 Jordaine, Mo, 1994
56 Kilpatrick, James
57 Lorenz Jr., Jim, 1994 February-March
58 McCabe, Lucy, 1994
59 Meese, Edwin III, 1994 March-June
510 Padilla, Jose, 1993
511 Reagan, Ronald, 1994 May
512 Rumsfeld, Donald, 1974, 1994 January-March
513 Shriver, Sargent, 1966, 1994
514 Uhler, Lewis, 1994 February-March
515 "America Votes: A Handbook of American Election Statistics" in the Congressional Quarterly, 1968
516 "Can Johnson Win His Other War?" in Look, 1967 June 13
517 Clippings, 1971-1975
518-19 The Consequences of Legal Advocacy: OEO's Lawyers and the Poor, 1974
520 "The Creative Society (California and the Problem of Government Growth)", 1967
521 A Decade of Federal Antipoverty Programs: Achievements, Failures, and Lessons, 1977 (Excerpts)
522 The Deindustrialization of America Summary, 1982
523 The Exclusion of Farm Workers from Social Legislation
524 The Formation of Legal Services
525 Getting Into the Game: The Pre-Presidential Rhetoric of Ronald Reagan , 1989 (Photocopy)
61 Morris v. Williams, 1967 November
62 "National Conference on Law and Poverty Proceedings", 1965 June 23-25
63 "The Poor Ye Need Not Have With You: Lessons from the War on Poverty", 1970 (Excerpts)
64 The Poverty Paper, 1994 February 21
65 "The Poverty Paradox: How America Spent $5 Trillion on the War on Poverty Without Reducing the Poverty Rate" in Executive Memorandum, 1993 September 22
66 "Requiem for the War on Poverty: Rethinking Welfare After the L.A. Riots" in Policy Review, 1992 Summer
67 Richard Nixon Inaugural Address, 1969 January 20
68 "The Ronald Reagan Story; or Tom Sawyer Enters Politics" in The New York Times Magazine, 1965 November 14
69 "What's Wrong with the Legal Services Program" by Spiro Agnew in the American Bar Association Journal, 1972 September
Series III: Rebels With a Cause
1719 Paige's Script, 1993
1720-21 Scripts and Logs, 1980-1993
181 Scripts and Logs, 1980-1993
13Tape 246 Tape #1a 1993 August 20 (Audio Cassette Tape; Run Time 1:00:00; Reel 1 of 2)
13Tape 233 Tape #1b 1993 Summer (Audio Cassette Tape; Run Time 0:00:05; Begins with Question 16; Reel 2 of 2)
13Tape 234 Tape #2a: SYEP Presentations 1933 August 22 (Audio Cassette Tape)
13Tape 235 Tape #2b: SYEP Presentations 1993 July 23-August 19 (Audio Cassette Tape; Run Time 1:00:03)
13Tape 236 Tape #3: SYEP Presentations 1993 August 20 (Audio Cassette Tape)
13Tape 237 Tape #4a: Video Workshops 1993 August 20 (Audio Cassette Tape)
13Tape 238 Tape #4b: Video Workshops 1993 August 26 (Audio Cassette Tape; Run Time 1:00:02)
12Tape 247 Tape #5: Video Workshop 1993 August 21 (Audio Cassette Tape; Run Time 1:00:00)
13Tape 239 Tape #6: Maria, Chavez, Sasha, and Mario 1993 August 24 (Audio Cassette Tape; Run Time 0:54:50)
13Tape 240 Tape #8: "Create" 1993 August 28 (Audio Cassette Tape; 1:34:09; Reel 1 of 2)
13Tape 241 Tape #8: "Create" 1993 August 28 (Audio Cassette Tape; 1:34:09; Reel 2 of 2)
13Tape 242 Tape #9 1993 August 28 (Audio Cassette Tape; Reel 1 of 2)
13Tape 243 Tape #9 1993 August 28 (Audio Cassette Tape; Run Time 0:25:00; Reel 2 of 2)
13Tape 244 Tape #11: Petitions (Manju) 1993 September 1
Audio Cassette Tape; Run Time 0:12:25
13Tape 245 Tape #12: Antoinette Little 1993 September 1 (Audio Cassette Tape; Run Time 0:54:57)
Tape 158Tape J 1993 September 12 (VHS; Run Time 1:00:00)
Tape 164Tape M: "Crystal Crew Newsletter" 1993 September 6 (VHS; Run Time 1:10:00)
182 We are the Young Magicians: Chyron File
183 We are the Young Magicians: Edit List
Series IV: Sanctuary on Trial
103 Affidavit of Daniel P. Sheehan, 1986 December
104 Arizona Sanctuary Defense Fund Statements Before Sentencing, 1986
105 Arizona Sanctuary Defense Fund, circa 1980s
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 8
106 Audio/Visual Resources Regarding Central America and Central American Refugees, 1986-1987
12Tape 259 Awareness Week Pow-Wow and Alex Walker Jr. Unedited Interview 1988 April 16 (Audio Cassette Tape)
107 Board of National Ministries, American Baptist Churches, 1987
108 Border Support Group, Madison Urban Ministry, 1984 October
109 Budget, circa 1986-1988
1010 CAMBIO, 1984
1011 Contadora, 1983 September 9
1012 Corporate, Foundation, Government, and Association Funders, 1983-1991
1013 D.C. Metropolitan Sanctuary Committee, 1986
1014 Description, 1988
12Tape 263 El Salvador in Focus 1990 April 8 (Audio Cassette Tape)
12Tape 268 EXCOM Meeting 1991 November 21 (Audio Cassette Tape; Tape 2)
20Tape 281 EXCOM Meeting (Audio Cassette Tape)
1015 Fact Sheets
1016 Godinez, Ruth Testimony, 1985 December 6
1017 Government Infiltration of Churches, 1985
1018 Human Rights Alert, 1987 June 16
1019 Interview with Fr. Ramon Dagoberto Quinones, Jose Rivera Cortes, James Rayburn, Socorro Pardo Viuda de Aguilar, and Daniel [?], 1985
12Tape 260 KGNU Latin America News (Audio Cassette Tape)
This episode discusses death squads in Guatemala and El Salvador.
1020 Legal Considerations Regarding Sanctuary, 1985-1986
1021 Legislation Regarding Refugees and Sanctuary, 1981-1982
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 9
1022 Letters of Introduction, 1985
12Tape 266 Lusia - Sponsorship and Immigration (Audio Cassette Tape)
1023 MADRE, 1985-1987
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 10
1024 Media Planning Grant, Arizona Humanities Council, 1988
151 National Day of Justice for Immigrants and Refugees, 1985 October 19
152 National Defense Fund Sanctuary Media Packet, 1985
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 14/OV2, Folder 8
153 Nicgorski, Sister Darlene, SSSF, 1986
154 Notes and Outlines, 1986-1987
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 11
12Tape 262 Popular Front Radio (Audio Cassette Tape)
155 Programas de Capacitacion de Refugios Salvadoreños, circa 1980s
12Tape 258 Rhythm Radio - Yo lo cambiT-Ta (Audio Cassette Tape)
Case includes a "National Call to Action" card encouraging opposition to U.S. actions in El Salvador.
156 Sanctuary Defense Fund, 1980-1985
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 14/OV2, Folder 9
157 Sanctuary Defense Fund Bumper Sticker, circa 1986
158 Sanctuary on Trial Proposal, 1988 June
159-10 Sanctuary Trial Binder, 1984-1987
1511 Schedule, circa 1986
1512 Sketch, circa 1980s
1513 Southern California Ecumenical Council, 1986-1987
12Tape 267 Teresa Gutierrez RCA #9 Panama; RCA #10 Brief (Audio Cassette Tape)
1514 "The Trilateral Connection" Chart, circa 1984
Removed to Box 14/OV2, Folder 10
1515 Tucson Ecumenical Council, 1985-1988
1516 Tucson Refugee Support Group, 1987 July 4
1517 United Methodist Border Ministry Projects, circa 1986
1518 Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1985-1987
1519-20 U.S. v. Pardo Viuda de Aguilar, Clark, Willis-Conger, Fife, Hutchison, Le Win, Nicgorski, and Dagoberto Quinones, 1986
161 U.S. v. Pardo Viuda de Aguilar, Clark, Willis-Conger, Fife, Hutchison, Le Win, Nicgorski, and Dagoberto Quinones, 1986
162 Valley Religious Task Force on Central America, 1985-1989
12Tape 265 Youth Radio/Zavala (Audio Cassette Tape)
163 Advertisements for Books Regarding Central America, Central American Refugees, and the Sanctuary Movement, circa 1980s
164 "An Alternatives U.S. Policy Toward Cuba" by Policy Alternatives for the Caribbean and Central America, circa 1988
165 Basta! National Newsletter of the Chicago Religious Task Force on Central America, 1985 April-June
166 "Bread and Justice", 1981 April 24
167 "The Center for Constitutional Rights Looks at the Constitution", 1987 August
168 Central America Solidarity Committee, 1989
169 Central America Special Issue, The Nation, 1984 January 28
1610 "Central America Update", 1987-1988
1611 "The Civil Suit Appeal", 1987 July 17
1612 Clippings Regarding Central America and Central American Refugees, 1984-1988
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 14/OV2, Folder 11
1613 Clippings Regarding Sanctuary Trials in Tucson, 1986
1614 Colonia de los Tapiros, circa 1988
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 14
1615 A Covenant of Sanctuary, circa 1980s
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 15
1616 Federal Register Part XI: Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1987 May 1
1617 "Frank Varelli & the FBI's Infiltration of CISPES" in Our Right to Know, 1987 Spring-Summer
1618 "Free to Protest: Dissent, Prophetic Ministry, and the Bill of Rights", 1985 August
1619 "La Frontera" by Borderlinks
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 16
1620 "Global Perspectives", 1988
1621 GOING HOME, Interfaith Campaign in Support of Repatriation and Repopulation in El Salvador, circa 1986
1622 "grapevine", 1982 January
1623 "Great Decisions 1987" by the Foreign Policy Association, 1987
1624 "Great Decisions 1988" by the Foreign Policy Association, 1988
1625 "Human Rights and United States Policy in Central America: A Symposium at Stanford University", 1983 January 13
1626 "In the Beginning There Was The Coffee Oligarchy", circa 1980s
Removed to Box 11, Folder 17
1627 A Journey to Understanding by the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, circa 1986
1628 "The Kissinger Report: A Critique" by Phillip Berryman, 1984 January
171 National Impact Newsletters, 1986-1988
172 "¡Presente! Catholics for Peace and Justice", 1987
173 "Press Clips 1986-87" Compiled by the Center for Constitutional Rights, 1986-1987
174 QUETZAL, circa 1988
175 "Report of the Bipartisan Commission on Central America", 1984 January
This document is known colloquially as the "Kissinger Report."
176 "Report on Guatemala", 1988 March-April
177 "The Rise and Fall of Jim and Tammy Bakker" in Oregon Focus, 1988 January
178 "Sanctuary: A Justice Ministry", circa 1980s
179 "Sanctuary as a Civilian Initiative", circa 1980s
1710 "Sanctuary -- In a Larger Context", 1986 April 12
1711 "Sanctuary in the Context of the Church's Ministry with Refugees" by James L. McDonald, 1987 September
1712 "Sanctuary: No Stopping it Now", circa 1980s
1713 Sojurners: An Independent Christian Monthly, 1985 March
1714 "The State, the Law, and the Sanctuary Covenant", 1985 May 8
1715 "A Summary and Analysis of the Report of the National Bipartisan 'Kissinger' Commission on Central America" by Richard P. Cronin and K. Larry Storrs, 1984 January-February
1716 The Times of the Americas Advertisement, circa 1988
1717 United States Immigration Laws: General Information, 1983
1718 "What We Are Up Against", circa 1980s
Series V: Words of Our Ancients and Hopi Stories
184 American Indians: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications, 1984
610 Description
611 Requests for Funding, 1993
Tape 199Hisatsinmuy Navoti'am 1996 April 9 (VHS; Run Time 0:58:16)
Tape 155The Hopi Experience (VHS)
Tape 221Hours 1-3 1997 January 3 (BetacamSP; NTSC Original Transfer Master; Run Time 1:00:52)
Tape 182Ipola 1995 April 6 (VHS)
Tape 208Ipola 1995 November 19 (VHS; Run Time 1:09:00)
Tape 194Ipola 1995 December 27 (VHS; Run Time 1:08:00)
Tape 193Ipola 1997 January (VHS; First Answer Print; Run Time 1:02:38)
Tape 183Ipola - 4 Coyote Stories 1995 April 5 (VHS)
Tape 184Ipola - Eugene Sekaquaptewa 1996 March 22 (VHS)
Tape 209Ipola - Lawrence Numkena 1996 April 12 (VHS)
Tape 212Ipola "Transitions" 1995 April (VHS; Rough Cut)
185 Prep Schedule, 1990 October 23-24
186 Proposal, circa 1993
Tape 215Sample (VHS)
Tape 203[Untitled] 1993 April 5-15 (VHS)
Tape 214[Untitled] 1993 April 13 (VHS)
Tape 167[Untitled] 1993 June 28 (VHS; Run Time 0:14:00)
Tape 206[Untitled] 1994 November (VHS; Run Time 0:57:00)
Tape 178[Untitled] 1995 December 6 (VHS)
Tape 186[Untitled] 1996 June 17 (VHS; Run Time 0:55:40)
Tape 166[Untitled] 1996 June 20 (VHS; Run Time 0:56:37)
Tape 192[Untitled] 1996 June (VHS; Run Time 0:26:27)
Tape 172[Untitled] 1997 January 7 (VHS; Run Time 0:18:50)
Tape 200[Untitled] (VHS)
Tape 213[Untitled] (VHS)
Tape 207[Untitled] (VHS)
Tape 197[Untitled] (VHS)
Tape 176[Untitled] (VHS)
Tape 159[Untitled] (VHS)
Series VI: Les Chevaliers du Tastevin
612 Archival Research, 2001-2002
613 Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin Directory, 2000-2001
614 Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin Commanderie d'Amerique Foundation, 1991-2001
615 Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin New York Chapter, 1999-2001
616 Contact List
617 Correspondence, Incoming, 2001
618 Correspondence, Outgoing, 2001-2003
619 Description, 2001
620 DVD Artwork and Production, 2002
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 4
621 Editing and Finishing, 2002
622 Ex Machina Lab, 2001
623 Expense Reports, 2001
71 Expense Reports, 2002
72 Expense Reports, 2003
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 5
Les Chevaliers du Tastevin: Past, Present, and Future and Slopes of Gold, 2003 January 17 (Total Run Time: 0:34:49)
Digital version available.
Les Chevaliers du Tastevin: Past, Present, and Future Opening Credits and Introductory Sequence, 2003 (Total Run Time: 0:50:00)
Digital version available.
73 Johnson, Hugh Narration, 2001 November 14
Microcassette Removed to Box 13
74 Logs, 2002
75 Notes
76 Schedules, 2001
77 Scripts, 2002
78-9 Slopes of Gold and Burgundy Shoot, 2001-2002
20Tape 294 Hugh Johnson Voice-Overs 2001 November 14 (DAT Tape)
Series VII: El Senador
710 "Chicano Politics: Reality and Promise, 1940-1990"
711 Correspondence, 2001-2002
712 Cuba, 1999-2002
713 KNME TV 5 (Albuquerque, N.M.), 2000-2001
714 Laredo's Green Space, 2001
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 14/OV2, Folder 2
715 Narration, 2001 October 24
716 Narration, 2002 February 10
717 Narration, 2002 May
718 Narration, 2002 August
719 Notes
81 Photography Permit, 1997
82 Settlement Agreement and Release, 2002-2003
83 Spanish Translation Information, 2002
84 University of New Mexico, 2001
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 6
Series VIII: En Medea Res
85 "In Beauty it Returns: Man and Nature in Diné Cosmology" by R. Carlos Nakai, 1987 May
86 Braun Research Library of the Southwest Museum
87 Correspondence with R. Carlos Nakai, 1991
88 "Deities, God, and the Great Spirit (A Survey of Navajo Spiritual Philosophy" by R. Carlos Nakai, 1989 Spring
89 Interviews with R. Carlos Nakai, 1988-1990
810 "Jackelope" Brochure
811 "'Just Talk in English': Oral Narrative in Literary Tradition"
812 "nakai: native american cultural educator performance artist"
813 Native American Flute Music Calendar, 1991
814 Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, 1991
815 Notes, 1991
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 7
816 "Precis on The Spiritual Legacy of the American Indian by Joseph Epes Brown" by R. Carlos Nakai, 1989 March 21
817 Proposal and Description, 1991-1992
818 Proposal and Original Artwork, 1991 July 17
819 Publications
820 "R. Carlos Nakai, Native American Flutist and Composer"
Series IX: Eyes on the Prize
821 Ali, Muhammad Interview (Transcript)
822 Doar, John Interview (Transcript)
823 Harrington, Michael Interview (Transcript)
824 Harrison, Albertis Interview (Transcript)
825 Hayden, Tom Interview (Transcript)
826 Katzenbach, Nicholas Interview (Transcript)
827 Lawson, James Interview (Transcript)
828 Marshall, Burke Interviews (Transcript)
829 McPherson, Harry Interview (Transcript)
830 Mondale, Fritz Interview (Transcript)
91 Shorr, Daniel Interview (Transcript)
Series X: Production Regarding the Rio Grande
92 Atlas, 2001
93 "Big Bend: The Story Behind the Scenery", 1999
Removed to Box 14/OV2, Folder 3
94 Book Searches, 2001
95 Brownsville and the Gulf of Mexico
96 Chapley, Karen
97 Contacts
98 Contract, 2001
99 Description
910 El Paso, 2001 September 4-5
911 E-Mail Correspondence, 2001
912 Financial Information, 2001
913 "A Five-Point Plan to Save the Rio Grande"
914 Interview Notes
915 Mallerman, Len, 2007 September 6
916 "The Mesquite Grill", 2000 Spring
917 Mini Cassette Log
918 Notes Regarding Ecology and Topography
919 Notes Regarding Production
920 Notes
921 Research and Development Schedule, 2001
922 Riley, Mike
923 "River Song", 2001 Autumn
924 "River Ways"
925 Script
926 Stephanov, Jim
927 Unsubmitted Invoices, 2001
Series XI: Other Films
Tape 148#5 & 9 (BetacamSP; Tape 2)
20Tape 280 12.5 "Local Food" Safety 1995 November 6 (Audio Cassette Tape)
Tape 41[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 15)
Tape 42[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 3)
Tape 43[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 6)
Tape 44[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 25)
Tape 45[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 2)
Tape 46[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 12)
Tape 115[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 13)
Tape 117[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 1)
Tape 118[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 4)
Tape 120[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 14)
Tape 119[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 24)
Tape 122[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 8)
Tape 123[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 5)
Tape 124[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 11)
Tape 125[ABC News] (Betacam; Tape 00)
12Tape 273 ACF "Healthy Start" ax/amb; Julio Reyes Interview; 171 Green Bldrs. Ax (DAT Tape)
Tape 185Alan Simon and Ed Edelman (VHS)
20Tape 284 Atlantic Blues by Chicago 1986 (Audio Cassette Tape)
20Tape 293 Aztlan Nation (DAT Tape)
Rough and Ready w/ Luis V.
Nation of Kings
Occupied Aztlan
Beans and Rice
Witness the Creation
12Tape 264 Beethoven's Hair - Nogales Unk for Frank (Audio Cassette Tape)
Tape 195The Burning Barrel (VHS)
12Tape 272 Consejeras #21 (DAT Tape)
20Tape 283 COPS (Audio Cassette Tape)
928 Corporate America Notes, circa 1998
929 Correspondence Regarding Unidentified Film, 1993
12Tape 270 Crossroads Commentary; R. Anaya (Audio Cassette Tape)
12Tape 269 El Cenizo Incident - Don & Mike Show circa 1999 (Audio Cassette Tape)
20Tape 282 Elena Parres; Scenes from "Martin" (Audio Cassette Tape)
20Tape 279 Estrellas (Audio Cassette Tape)
Tape 198Field Museum Voth Photos and Drawings; Bethel College Voth Photo Collection; KSHS Photos (2 Lantern Slides) (VHS)
930 Frontline Program Regarding Juvenile Crime, 1994
20Tape 287 Glimpses by Ana Sisnett 1996 (Audio Cassette Tape)
20Tape 277 Hearing Voices Mix (Audio Cassette Tape)
12Tape 257 Hispanic Heritage Sunday (Audio Cassette Tape)
20Tape 275 Interviews (Audio Cassette Tape)
Pete Zavala - Choosing Between Two Homes
David Mora - Illegal Immigration
Andres Chang and Rosario Salinas - Can a Non-Latino Teach a Raza Studies?
David Mora on Emiliano Zepeda
3-Way Funk - Miriam Galvez
Tape 187JEA Selects Only (VHS)
20Tape 278 John Mendoza 1993 January 24 (Audio Cassette Tape)
20Tape 288 Latino USA (Audio Cassette Tape)
20Tape 289 Latino USA (Audio Cassette Tape)
20Tape 290 Latino USA (Audio Cassette Tape)
20Tape 291 Latino USA (Audio Cassette Tape)
20Tape 274 Laurindo Aliyeida Classic and Modern; Polkas Continued (Audio Cassette Tape)
20Tape 292 Legacies: Tales from America 1993 (Demo; Audio Cassette Tape)
931 Life and Times (Community Television of Southern California) Production Regarding Proposition 13, 1993
101 Life and Times (Community Television of Southern California) Production Regarding Proposition 13, 1992-1993
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 14/OV2, Folder 4
Tape 196Life and Times Doc (VHS; Kine Selects Tape 1)
Martinez #1
"Martinez #1," "Martinez #2," "Martinez #3," and "Martinez #4" most likely represent either Rebels With a Cause or Sanctuary on Trial.
Tape 251Martinez #2
Tape 252Martinez #3
Tape 253Martinez #4
102 "Mastering English with Life and Times", 1992
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 14/OV2, Folder 5
Tape 202National Parks: 1-2 (VHS; Tape 4)
Tape 205National Parks: 3-4 (VHS; Tape 7)
Tape 210National Parks: 5-6 (VHS; Tape 1)
Tape 211National Parks: 7-8 (VHS)
Tape 216National Parks: 9-10 (VHS; Tape 2)
Tape 217National Parks: 11-12 (VHS; Tape 8; Part 2)
Tape 218National Parks: 13-14 (VHS; Tape 9)
Tape 219National Parks: 15-16 (VHS; Tape 3)
Tape 154National Parks: 17-18 (VHS; Run Time 0:12:00)
Tape 156National Parks: 19-20 (VHS)
Tape 157National Parks: 21-22 (VHS)
Tape 160National Parks: 23-24 (VHS)
Tape 161National Parks: 26-27 (VHS)
Tape 162National Parks: 28-29 (VHS)
Tape 163National Parks: 30-31 (VHS)
Tape 175National Parks: 32 (VHS; Part 2)
Tape 180National Parks: 33 (VHS)
20Tape 276 NPR - Bendaña RCA 9 (Audio Cassette Tape)
20Tape 286 On the Media Sampler (Audio Cassette Tape)
Tape 191Portland by Greta Snider (VHS)
12Tape 261 Ranca Pino (Audio Cassette Tape)
Tape 165Stock Footage: 16mm Shots of Wheat (VHS)
Tape 169Stock Footage: Archives: Just Ten Minutes (VHS)
Tape 170Stock Footage: Bethel College - Menonite Library - Voth Photo Collection (VHS)
Tape 171Stock Footage: Canyon, Deserts, and Grand Canyon (VHS)
Tape 173Stock Footage: Farming Footage (VHS)
Tape 174Stock Footage: Library of Congress, Peabody, AMNH (VHS)
Tape 177Stock Footage: National Archives (VHS)
Tape 181Stock Footage: Photo Archive T. #1 NYC (VHS)
Tape 189Stock Footage: Photo Archive T. #2 NYC (VHS)
Tape 168Stock Footage: A Romance of the Cliff Dwellers and The Tourists (VHS)
Tape 190Stock Footage: Sunset Clouds; Big Suns; Moons: Stars (VHS)
Tape 229Surviving Columbus (VHS; Black and White; Silent; Run Time 0:22:00)
Tape 201V.O. Session and Audio Transfer (VHS)
Tape 204Wednesday Fine Cut (VHS)
20Tape 285 Writing the Southwest Sampler and Denise Chavez (Audio Cassette Tape)
Tape 61[Unlabeled] 1993 May 10 (U-Matic; Tape 2; Dub; Run Time 0:30:00)
Tape 65[Unlabeled] 1993 May 28 (U-Matic; Window Dub; Drop Frame)
Tape 179[Unlabeled] 1996 April 17 (VHS; Run Time 0:57:24)
Tape 57[Unlabeled] (U-Matic; Run Time 0:40:00)
Tape 7[Unlabeled] (U-Matic)
Tape 56[Unlabeled] (U-Matic; 1st Gen)
Tape 89[Unlabeled] (U-Matic)
12Tape 248 [Unlabeled] (Audio Cassette Tape)
12Tape 249 [Unlabeled] (Audio Cassette Tape)
12Tape 254 [Unlabeled] (Audio Cassette Tape)
12Tape 255 [Unlabeled] (Audio Cassette Tape)
12Tape 256 [Unlabeled] (Audio Cassette Tape)
12Tape 271 [Unlabeled] (DAT Tape)
Series XII: Other Papers
187 Anti-Proposition 106 Signs, 1988
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 11, Folder 18
188 Austin Public Library Card
189 The Avatar Course, 2000
1810 Change of Address Card
1811 Clippings, 1999-2000
1812 Correspondence: Otto, Susan Woodruff Donohue, 1989-1997
1813 Directions to Unidentified Location in Southern California
1814 Marriage to John Mitchell, 2001
1815 New York University Institute of Film and Television Production Handbook, circa 1980s
1816 Paige's Faces
1817 Paige Martinez Filmography
1818 Palmer Family History, 1966-1993
1819 Personal Correspondence, 1992-1995
1820 Personal Notes, 1995
1821 Photographs, 2013
1822 Postcard Depicting the Human Eye
1823 "Prepare for Peace -- Make a Difference" Card
1824 Public Broadcasting Service National Program Production and Distribution Agreement, circa 1980s
1825 Public Broadcasting Service Standards, 1977-1990
191 Rivera Family History, 2000
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 14/OV2, Folder 6
192 Southwest Airlines
193 State University of New York at Buffalo JBS 1000: Introduction to Journalism, 1981 Fall
194 Woodruff Family History, 1939-circa 1976
Oversized Materials Removed to Box 14/OV2, Folder 7