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Collection Number: 20446

Collection Title: R. Stanley Woodward Collection, 1932-2004

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Size 4.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 1400 items)
Abstract Stan Woodward is a southern auteur and documentary filmmaker. The Woodward Studio Limited produces documentaries on southern folk culture through the themes of American foodway and related traditions. In the 1980s, Woodward served as director of the Media Arts Center and the Communication Wing at the Capital Children's Museum in Washington, D.C., where he got to know animator Chuck Jones. Woodward also worked as filmmaker-in-residence in Georgia, South Carolina, and other locations where he was involved in mentoring independent filmmakers and advising classroom teachers on how to teach students to create Super 8mm films. In the 1990s, Woodward worked on productions of Satellite Distance Learning Broadcasts for various television networks. The R. Stanley Woodward Collection consists of about 1400 items created or collected by Woodward, 1932-2004, including films, moving image materials, production notes, distribution and licensing contracts, and promotional and educational materials related to his films and other work promoting independent filmmaking. Films cover a wide range of topics, including southern food traditions; southern families, storytelling, folklore, and customs; African American dance and folk art; NASA, the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, the Skylab Program, and astronauts; media programs on the novel To Kill a Mockingbird ; educational films; teaching filmmaking to students; the Capital Children's Museum; the University of South Carolina; serpents; and sharecroppers. Locations include South Carolina; Virginia; Georgia; North Carolina; Kentucky; Washington, D.C.; New York City; and Alabama. Some of the people associated with the films are food critic Craig Claiborne, John A. Burrison, filmmaker Frank Eastes, John Egerton, Harold Hausenfluck, Fred Wolfe, animator Chuck Jones, Richard Pillsbury, and folklorist Saddler Taylor. The moving image materials are in various media formats, including 16mm print film, DVCAM video, U-Matic video, Betacam SP video, Digital Betacam video, MiniDV video, VHS video, and DVDs. Descriptions have been derived from the original container, film, video, or notes.
Creator Woodward, R. Stanley.
Language English
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[Identification of item], in the R. Stanley Woodward Collection #20446, Southern Folklife Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from R. Stanley Woodward in February 2010 (Acc. 101381), August 2010 (Acc. 101338), and October 2010 (Acc. 101368).
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Stan Woodward is a southern auteur and documentary filmmaker. The Woodward Studio Limited produces documentaries on southern folk culture through the themes of American foodway and related traditions. Woodward is known for his own style of filmmaking in which he uses hand-held cameras to make first-person singular documentary films. In the 1980s, Woodward served as the director of the Media Arts Center and the Communication Wing at the Capital Children's Museum in Washington, D.C. During this time and in the "Animation Corps, Media Center Animation Workshop," Woodward developed a friendship with animator Chuck Jones. Woodward also worked as filmmaker-in-residence at various locations, including Cherokee County Schools in Georgia in the early 1980s; the Capital Children's Museum in Washington, D.C., from 1983 to 1989; Darien, Conn. circa 1971; and the South Carolina Arts Commission from 1972 to 1980. His work at as filmmaker-in-residence at the South Carolina Arts Commission included mentoring independent filmmakers and advising classroom teachers on how to teach students to create Super 8mm films. In the 1990s, Woodward collaborated with and made productions of Satellite Distance Learning Broadcasts for various television networks.

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The R. Stanley Woodward Collection consists of approximately 1400 items by or collected by the film director Stan Woodward from 1932 to 2004. The collection includes materials related to the making of Stan Woodward's films Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Tradition , Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, Burgoo!, Southern Stews: A Taste of the South , and The Morris Chronicle. The collection also contains films and outtakes that Woodward worked on, such as It's Grits! , The Kingdom of Nek Chand, Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store, The Sheep Stew of Dundas: A Gastronomical Delight , The People who take up Serpents, To Kill a Mockingbird: Then and Now, The Day Skylab Fell to the Earth , Afro-American Dance: Establishing A Cultural Heritage , Licorice Train, and The American Super-8 Revolution. Woodward collected educational films from various public school libraries. He also made and collected home movies of his family.

Woodward's films cover a variety of topics, including southern food traditions such as barbecuing, cooking, stew-making, and grits; southern families, storytelling, folklore, and customs; African American dance and folk art; NASA, the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, the Skylab Program, and astronauts; programs on the novel To Kill a Mockingbird ; educational films; teaching filmmaking to students; the Capital Children's Museum; the University of South Carolina; serpents; and sharecroppers. Locations include South Carolina; Virginia; Georgia; North Carolina; Kentucky; Washington, D.C.; New York City; and Alabama. Among the people associated with the films are food critic Craig Claiborne, John A. Burrison, filmmaker Frank Eastes, John Egerton, Harold Hausenfluck, Fred Wolfe, animator Chuck Jones, Richard Pillsbury, and folklorist Saddler Taylor.

Woodward's original films from Woodward Studio are mostly concerned with food and folklore traditions in the South. Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her is about the tradition of brunswick stew in Georgia. Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Tradition is about brunswick stew in Brunswick County, Va. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina is about the history and popularity of hash in South Carolina. Burgoo! is a documentary about burgoo stew, mostly shot in Owensboro, Ky., Southern Stews: A Taste of the South is a combination of footage from Stan Woodward's food documentaries. The Morris Chronicle is a film about barbecue master and sharecropper Morris Peeples as he cooks a hog. It's Grits! follows Woodward as he asks the question, "Do you eat grits?" around the South and in New York City. The Sheep Stew of Dundas: A Gastronomical Delight shows stewmaking traditions in Dundas, Va. Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store is about Jimmy Olgers, a man who tells stories from Olger's Store in Virginia.

The collection also includes production notes, distribution and licensing contracts, and promotional and educational materials related to Woodward's films, particularly The American Super-8 Revolution, Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, It's Grits!, and The Day Skylab Fell to Earth. There is also material related to Woodward's work promoting filmmaking with southern arts organizations, including the South Carolina Arts Commission. There are also scattered clippings, receipts, award certificates, and film festival programs in which Woodward or his work were included.

Items are described according to existing documentation on the original container, film, video, or notes. The moving image materials are in various media formats such as 16mm print film, DVCAM video, U-Matic video, Betacam SP video, Digital Betacam video, MiniDV video, VHS video, and DVDs.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004.

About 70 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her is about the tradition of brunswick stew in Georgia. Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Tradition is about brunswick stew in Brunswick County, Va. Items are described according to existing documentation on the original container, film, video, or notes. Series 7 includes an inventory of tapes for Brunswick Stew documentaries.

Videotape VT-20446/241-245

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 22 September 2000, DVCAM [SPR 1-5] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/241-245

Documents the annual Sproull family reunion in Cartersville, Ga., which is centered around the communal cooking of a traditional recipe carefully maintained and passed down from earlier generations of stewmasters to the current stewmaster, who had appointed assistants to help with the two-day cooking process in a huge black iron pot that belongs to the Sproull clan.

Videotape VT-20446/246

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 2 July 2004, DVCAM [BGI 01] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/246

Ends with stew cooked annually in his kitchen; aided by his son, Jim, a food writer for the Atlanta Journal and Constitution; elder Mr. Auchmuty in Atlanta, Ga., in his neighborhood semi-gated community; follows with interview shot during the Brunswick Stewbilee shoot of Francis Quinby and wife of the head of the Georgia Sea Island Singers in Brunswick, Ga.

Videotape VT-20446/247

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 3-4 July 2004, DVCAM [BGI 02] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/247

Brunswick Georgia "Stewbilee," a Brunswick stew competitition drawing chefs from many regions of Georgia and other states as well as local cooks; held at the town park on the water; festivals was where the first cookoffs occurred in the 1980s "Stew War" between Virginia and Georgia stewmasters; interview with Mazie Gibbons, friend of Francis Quinby and with Wifred at Gnats Landing Rest, in Brunswick, Ga.

Videotape VT-20446/248

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 3-4 July 2004, DVCAM [BGI 03] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/248

News clippings from library in Brunswick, Ga., detailing the mayor of Brunswick, Ga. stealing the victory trophy from the last cookoff in Brunswick County, Va.; ends with Georgia Sea Island Singers performing "Just a Bowl of Brunswick Stew" adapted to traditional song; next to "historic black pot" monument at old visitor's center.

Videotape VT-20446/249

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , DVCAM [BGI 04] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/249

Brunswick, Ga., mayor and cronies recall theft of Virginia trophy and show "authentic" 200 year old journal which documents the early naming and cooking of Brunswick Stew in Brunswick, Ga., that pre-dates the 1828 date which Virginia claims last date when the "original" brunswick stew was named; followed by golf pro interview of Johnny Paulk of the Sea Islands Golf Course.

Videotape VT-20446/250

Brunswick Stew, DVCAM [BGI 05] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/250

Johnny Paulk interview continued; last of the Stewbilee footage.

Videotape VT-20446/251

Brunswick Stew, DVCAM [GBS Erik 1] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/251

Interview with representative Johnny Isaacson in his office; interview with Governor Sonny Perdue in State Capital builing; b-roll shots of capital, skyline, etc.

Videotape VT-20446/252-253

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, DVCAM [IBS Fest 2, 7] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/252-253

Taken from WSL Video archives on 5 November 2000 shoot at International Brunswick Stew Festival in Lawrenceville, Va.

Videotape VT-20446/254

Brunswick Stew, DVCAM [SN GBS] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/254

Stan Woodward narration.

Videotape VT-20446/255

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , DVCAM [GBS NAR] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/255

Stan Woodward narration with Tim Pattridge, Georgia chef expert.

Videotape VT-20446/256

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , DVCAM [GBS BURR] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/256

John Burrison is picked up by filmmaker at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Ga., to set up the Stewbilee segment; Burrison at a barbecue kitchen in Atlanta, Ga.; b-roll Atlanta, Ga., shots; followed by Mr. Auchmuty prepares and serves community stew at clubhouse.

Videotape VT-20446/257

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, DVCAM [GBS MARK] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/257

Dub from end of Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure shoot, from Hi8 tapes of the Historic Roadside Marker unveiling ceremony on the state line of Virginia and North Carolina in Brunswick County, Va.

Videotape VT-20446/258-260

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 1995-1999, Hi8 [BSK GA 1-3] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/258-260

With note on inventory from the author (see Series 7); "these tapes were shot in late 1990s when traveling throughout Georgia researching follow-up on stories told to me by Virginia stewmasters and folk interviewed in Brunswick County, Va.; I hit the taproot of the folk heritage origins of Georgia brunswick stew; the tapes include first trip to Brunswick, Ga., and interview with Chamber of Commerce head, Woody, in his office; learned that the stew cook-offs and "Stew Wars" were jointly the plan of the Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce in Lawrenceville, Va., and in Brunswick County and the Chamber of Commerce in Brunswick, Ga., as a means of drawing attention to and tourism to both Brunswicks; learned names of and met key cooks in Brunswick, Ga., who had competed in the first cookoff with the Virginia stewmakers in Brunswick, Ga., and then Brunswick County, Va.; this established contacts for me that I would later use in further shots."

Videotape VT-20446/261

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 6 August 1997, Hi8 [2 GA 1] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/261

Atlanta, Ga., during World's Fair; with note on inventory from the author (see Series 7); "shot man on street interviews which provide story of brunswick stew as begin a stew prepared on South Georgia farms; tips for next travel; travel to South Georgia to follow up on story that this was where they still cook brunswick stew with a hogshead; heading South, spotted Old Clinton Bar-B-Q in Clinton, Ga., and stopped for a shoot; confirmed that on farms in this area brunswick stew was cooked with hoghead; was told it made the stew have a special and delectable flavor, a flavor that most Georgians who grew up on Georgia farms still search for in the brunswick stews cooked in restaurants today; when asked if proprietor used hogsheads was told began to get too costly to buy and that they had to invent a special seasoning that approximated that distinctive twang."

Videotape VT-20446/262-267

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Ner; Georgia Claims Her , August 1997, Hi8 [2 GA 2-7] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/262-267

With note on inventory from author (see Series 7); "got a tip to go the Georgia Agrirama; staffer named "Marty" located African American stewmaster; we met with Lou Ferguson and he agrees to cook an authentic South Georgia Hogshead Brunswick Stew in cast iron pot in the old fasioned way and with special recipe; and we planned for him to do so in January when I returned to the Georgia Agrirama; ends with last two tapes in series meeting author Theresa Veazy of Agrirama who is interviewed and interview in Atlanta, Ga., with Dr. John Burrison, folklorist at Georgia State University."

Videotape VT-20446/268

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, 20 May 1997, Hi8 [BS 300] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/268

With note on the inventory from author (see Series 7); "taken from archival footage collection shot in late 1990s and used in Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure; features the Jamestown Settlement in Colonial Williamsburg; referred there by man who encouraged me to produce the story of Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure and who had done research thinking he might write a book on the subject, but could not due to illness; so shared three contacts with me; sought to interview chief archaelogist with the James Fort Settlement dig."

Videotape VT-20446/269

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, Hi8 [BS 301] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/269

Taken from archival footage collection shot in late 1990s and used in Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure; features the Jamestown Settlement in Colonial Williamsburg; referred there by man who encouraged me to produce the story of Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure and who had done research thinking he might write a book on the subject, but could not due to illness; so shared three contacts with me; sought to interview chief archaeologist with the James Fort Settlement dig; also includes interview with Bly Straub, curator of objects and assistant chief archaeologist to the recovery project.

Videotape VT-20446/270

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, Hi8 [BS 302] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/270

With note from the author (see Series 7); "interview with Dennis Cotner, whom the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation referred me to when asked who could talk to me about Brunswick Stew and when it might have appeared on the menu in early American homes here; Cotner was curator of education for the Williamsburg kitchens."

Videotape VT-20446/271

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 2003, DVCAM [SB 01] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/271

Stewbilee at Scott's BBQ.

Videotape VT-20446/272

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 2003, DVCAM [SB 02] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/272

Stewbilee

Videotape VT-20446/273

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 2003, DVCAM [SB 03] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/273

Stewbilee, boat builder, John in antique store, and Brunswick fireman.

Videotape VT-20446/274

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 2003, DVCAM [SB 04] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/274

Stewbilee, Stancam, and sawmill.

Videotape VT-20446/275

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 2003, DVCAM [SB 05] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/275

Stewbilee and Stancam.

Videotape VT-20446/276

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 2003, DVCAM [SB 06] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/276

Stewbilee, Stancam, wander the pavillion, judge, and shoot judging.

Videotape VT-20446/277

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 2003, DVCAM [SB 07] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/277

Stewbilee, Stancam, and judging.

Videotape VT-20446/278

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 11 October 2003, DVCAM [SB 08] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/278

Stewbilee and Mark camera one.

Videotape VT-20446/279

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 8-10 October 2004, DVCAM [SB 10] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/279

Stewbilee, final tape, and Frannie at end.

Videotape VT-20446/280

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 8-10 October 2004, DVCAM [SB 04 1] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/280

Stewbilee, pot, welcome center, drive down Quicumby Street, putting up tents, and Thom Ruller.

Videotape VT-20446/281

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 8-10 October 2004, DVCAM [SB 04 2] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/281

Stewbilee, interview with Representive Sumsey, and Thom Fuller finish.

Videotape VT-20446/282

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 8-10 October 2004, DVCAM [SB 04 3] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/282

Stewbilee, Ron Adam at home with parrot, early shots with stew and flag, Daddy Pepper interview, and Ron at tent.

Videotape VT-20446/283

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 8-10 October 2004, DVCAM [SB 04 4] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/283

Stewbilee, stew dogs, pavillion and crow, booth interviews, shrimp boat, opening pan, winning, and family.

Videotape VT-20446/284

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 8-10 October 2004, DVCAM [SB 04 5] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/284

Stewbilee and awards table at end; 27 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/285

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 8-10 October 2004, DVCAM [SB 04 6] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/285

Stewbilee and awards ceremony in Brunswick, Ga., and resolution.

Videotape VT-20446/286

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 8-10 October 2004, DVCAM [SB 04 7] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/286

Stewbilee, Brunswick Welcome Center, and road shots.

Videotape VT-20446/287

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , Hi8 [G 17] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/287

Tim Pattridge at home.

Videotape VT-20446/288

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 6 April 2001, DVCAM [BGA 1] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/288

Brunswick, Ga., stewpot, chamber meeting, and rest area.

Videotape VT-20446/289

Brunswick Stew, 30 August 2004, DVCAM [GBS GOV] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/289

Governor Perdue, Johnny Isaacson, forward to clear tape, and Oglethorpe.

Videotape VT-20446/290

Brunswick Stew, 4 October 2004, DVCAM [GBS SAX] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/290

Saxbe and Chambliss interview, Williamson's brothers, Big Ed's, capital policemen and security, and capital; b-roll.

Videotape VT-20446/291

Brunswick Stew: Georgia Named Her; Georgia Claims Her , 7 April 2001, DVCAM [BGM 3] #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/291

Brunswick, Ga., and Burrison and Tim wrap up.

Videotape VT-20446/342

Brunswick Stew, Betacam SP #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/342

56 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/343

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, 11 September 1998, SVHS #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/343

Fair tape 2; 118 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/344

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, 11 September 1998, SVHS #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/344

118 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/345

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, 9 September 1998, SVHS #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/345

Short version; 77 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/349

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, 9 September 1998, VHS #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/349

Short version; 77 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/348

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, 28 September 1998, VHS #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/348

118 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/355

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, 9 September 1998, 3/4" U-Matic SP Master #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/355

Tape 1; short version.

Videotape VT-20446/356

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, 9 September 1998, 3/4" U-Matic SP Master #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/356

Tape 2; short version.

Videotape VT-20446/362

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, 3/4" U-Matic SP Master #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/362

Part 1.

Videotape VT-20446/363

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, 3/4" U-Matic SP Master #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/363

Part 2.

Videotape VT-20446/367

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, Betacam SP #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/367

Part 1; betacam master edit and digital cut from AVID.

Videotape VT-20446/368

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, Betacam SP #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/368

Part 2; betacam master edit and digital cut from AVID.

Videotape VT-20446/370

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, Betacam SP #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/370

Short version, betacam edit, and master.

Videotape VT-20446/372

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure, 27 August 1998, 3/4" U-Matic SP Master #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/372

Bluegrass audio; original music played by banjo and fiddlemaster, Harold Hausenfluck of Richmond, Va.; recorded live in his home on homemade mixer and re-dubbing setup capable of laying down multiple instrumental tracks; used in Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure.

Videotape VT-20446/373

Brunswick Stew, 20 October 1998, U-Matic #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/373

Part 1.

Videotape VT-20446/374

Brunswick Stew, 20 October 1998, U-Matic #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/374

Part 2.

Videotape VT-20446/382

Brunswick Stew, 22 October 1998, Betacam SP #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/382

Avid Express; transfer from original Hi8 by engineer J. Maxy; 56 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/383

Brunswick Stew, 9 September 1998, VHS #20446, Series: "1. Brunswick Stew, 1997-2004." VT-20446/383

Short version

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About 94 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina is about the history and popularity of hash in South Carolina. Items are described according to existing documentation on the original container, film, video, or notes. Series includes inventory by Stan Woodward of Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina (see Series 7).

Videotape VT-20446/152

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 23A] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/152

Tape 23A; start of Ray Kelly interview at his hash cookery.

Videotape VT-20446/153

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM, [CH 24] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/153

Les Devore's search for hash history in Coronaca, S.C.; pots and Perry McDonald story.

Videotape VT-20446/154

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 5 March 2000, DVCAM [CH 25] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/154

Rodney Long hash tradition; farm trading in Jolappa, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/155

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 26] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/155

Jollapa Church hash pit and Long family farm hashmaster connection,

Videotape VT-20446/156

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 27] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/156

Hickory Hill BBQ in Clinton, S.C.; operated by Rodney Long's uncle,

Videotape VT-20446/157

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 28] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/157

Confederate flag crowd in Saluda, S.C.; Saluda, S.C., meat market and Voight Corley interview,

Videotape VT-20446/158

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 29 August 2000, DVCAM [CH 29] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/158

Ray Kelly hash story in Greenwood, S.C., and Voight Corley story in Saluda, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/159-160

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 5 February 2001, DVCAM [CH 30-31] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/159-160

Les Devore hash story in Greenwood, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/161

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 32] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/161

First Paws shoot in Clinton, S.C.; followed by Hickory Hill BBQ conclusion

Videotape VT-20446/162

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 22 March 2001, DVCAM [CH 33] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/162

Jus' More BBQ in Central, S.C., and Circle M BBQ in Liberty, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/163

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 34] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/163

Circle M BBQ story.

Videotape VT-20446/164

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 3 April 2001, DVCAM [CH 39] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/164

Dr. Richard Pillsbury and Dr. Charles Korvacik discuss hash map and barbecue map based on research of locations of different sauce-bases in the state of South Carolina at the McKissick Museum in Columbia, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/165

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 11 April 2001, DVCAM [CH 40] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/165

Easter and Connie Hastings interview about family hash tradition in Greenwood, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/166

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 12-13 April 2001, DVCAM [CH 41] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/166

Mrs. Wood tells of Clemons Wood hash tradition; trip to Rodney Long's family farm in Jolappa, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/167-168

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 13 April 2001, DVCAM [CH 42-43] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/167-168

Long family farm hash tradition recalled by Rodney Long.

Videotape VT-20446/169

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 17 April 2001, DVCAM [CH 44] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/169

Jerry Gantt and Ms. Rembert visit Grendel Mill Hash House in Greenwood, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/170

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 45] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/170

End of Grendel Mill story; to Ninety Six, S.C., and hash canning company run by Jerry Gantt; Mr. Cacey interview; intro to workman's hash in Greenwood, S.C.; Northwest Volunteer Fire Department hash story and connection to Les Devore hash tradition in Greenwood, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/171

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 46] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/171

Northwest Volunteer Fire Department; find Les Devore cast iron pot; interview Blackwell brothers in Greenwood, S.C.; Grendel Mills Community Development meeting.

Videotape VT-20446/172

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 26 April 2001, DVCAM [CH 47] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/172

Sara Deas interview about hash pot in Greenwood, S.C.; Jean Laney Harris Folk Heritage Award ceremony at the State Capital in Columbia, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/173

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 48] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/173

Jean Laney Harris Folk Heritage Award ceremony at the State Capital in Columbia, S.C.; miscellaneous hash footage.

Videotape VT-20446/174

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 18-19 April 2001, DVCAM [CH 49] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/174

Wesley Lamb and Lower Lake Greenwood Volunteer Fire Department; Mike Steward interview at Discount Furniture in Greenwood, S.C., about hash pots and tradition in his family.

Videotape VT-20446/175

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 50] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/175

End of Folk Heritage Awards ceremony; Mike Stewart pots at home on Lake Greenwood.

Videotape VT-20446/176

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 28 April 2001, DVCAM [CH 51] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/176

Cooperative Grocery shoot in Abbeville, S.C.; in search of Walt Wilson hash.

Videotape VT-20446/177

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 10 February 2003, DVCAM [CH 52] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/177

Pick up shots at Cooperative Grocery in Abbeville, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/178

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 5 May 2001, DVCAM [CH 53] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/178

Bridges BBQ in Shelby, N.C.

Videotape VT-20446/179

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 5 May 2001, DVCAM [CH 54] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/179

Hash news article; All Da-BBQ in Shelby, N.C., plus Xpress Scapes footage.

Videotape VT-20446/180

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 5 May 2001, DVCAM [CH 55] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/180

Joy drive in Gaffney, S.C.; interview with David Phillips, proprietor and hash tradition in area; establish shots at Bridges BBQ.

Videotape VT-20446/181

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 56] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/181

End of joy drive; miscellaneous shots of news articles and books; Stan Woodward's voice for Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina.

Videotape VT-20446/182

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 19 May 2001, DVCAM [CH 57] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/182

Red's BBQ in Rock Hill, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/183

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 19 May 2001, DVCAM [CH 58] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/183

Red's BBQ in Rock Hill, S.C

Videotape VT-20446/184-186

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 25 May 2001, DVCAM [CH 59-61] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/184-186

Northwest Volunteer Fire Department hash cooking in Greenwood, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/187

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 11 April 2001, DVCAM [CH 62] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/187

End of Brunswick, Ga., shoot; start of Ninety Six, S.C., hash canning company operation and Jerry Gantt interview; Bob Bell office interview in Greenwood, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/188

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 11 April 2001, DVCAM [CH 63] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/188

Ninety Six, S.C., hash canning process.

Videotape VT-20446/189

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 11 April 2001, DVCAM [CH 64] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/189

Same plus Bill McDaniel interview in Ninety Six, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/190

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 11 May 2001, DVCAM [CH 65] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/190

End of Bill McDaniel interview; Hilda Sims interview; bank clerk interview; Ninety Six, S.C., and Greenwood, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/191

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 66] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/191

Highway 702 Gas, Bait and Tackle store; Gerald Boyd, proprietor interview in Lower Lake Greenwood, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/192

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 67] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/192

Self Textile Mill retirees interviews; recalling mill village hash tradition; Bailey Riser's Hash House in Greenwood, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/193

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 68] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/193

Bailey Riser interview about his dying tradition; b-roll of Fuji Plant and Selutia Plant in Greenwood, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/194-195

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, MiniDV [CH 69-70] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/194-195

Lee's BBQ and Store in Lake Greenwood, S.C.; Sid Lee, proprietor interview and son interview.

Videotape VT-20446/196

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, MiniDV [CH 71] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/196

Smokin Stokes BBQ in Greensville, S.C.; interview with proprietor.

Videotape VT-20446/197

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 3-4 July 2001, MiniDV [CH 72] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/197

Williams Family Reunion; hogshead hash in Camp Branch, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/198-202

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 3-4 July 2001, MiniDV [CH 73-77] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/198-202

Williams Family Reunion; hogshead hash in Camp Branch, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/203

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 27 July 2000, DVCAM [CH 78] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/203

Senator John Drummond interview about hash tradition in South Carolina at his hunt club.

Videotape VT-20446/204

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2 May 2001, DVCAM [CH 78X] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/204

Workman's restaurant hash, b-roll of Hash House, cab company interviews, train passing by Hash House, and coffee house owner interview.

Videotape VT-20446/205

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 79] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/205

Workman's restaurant hash, b-roll of Hash House, cab company interviews, train passing by Hash House, and coffee house owner interview; shows Woodward converted hash house at mill site where Workman played baseball; takes Woodward to Ninety Six's Star Fort.

Videotape VT-20446/206

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 3 May 2001, DVCAM [CH 79X] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/206

James Workman interview as he cooks hash in iron pot.

Videotape VT-20446/207

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 5 August 2000, DVCAM [CH 80] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/207

Ray McLees tells Woodward about Landy.

Videotape VT-20446/208

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 1 May 2001, DVCAM [CH 80X] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/208

Cooperative Grocery establishing shots; stealing Brunswick stew trophy; James Workman interview.

Videotape VT-20446/209

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 81] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/209

Cooperative Grocery establishing shots; stealing Brunswick stew trophy; James Workman interview; Workman drives Stan Woodward to the location where a new hashmaster has taken up the tradition of cooking in Landy West's old hash house.

Videotape VT-20446/210-214

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 1 September 2000, DVCAM [CH 82-86] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/210-214

Landy West Hash House and cooking hash for Labor Day by new hashmaster and sons in Boiling Springs, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/215

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2 September 2000, DVCAM [CH 87] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/215

Second day; Labor Day hash cooked at Landy West Hash House.

Videotape VT-20446/216

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2 September 2000, DVCAM [CH 88] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/216

Second day; Labor Day hash cooked at Landy West Hash House; plus visit to springs where original hash house stood.

Videotape VT-20446/217

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2 September 2000, DVCAM [CH 89] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/217

Second day; Labor Day hash cooked at Landy West Hash House; plus Midway BBQ hash tradition in Buffalo, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/218

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 23 August 2000, DVCAM [CH 90] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/218

William Jennings and Bryan Dorn interview at home in Callison, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/219

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 23 August 2000, DVCAM [CH 91] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/219

William Jennings and Bryan Dorn interview at home in Callison, S.C.; 12 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/220

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 25 August 2000, DVCAM [CH 92] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/220

Promise Land Store outside of Greenwood, S.C.; Pee Wee Ellison's wife and son recall Pee Wee's cooking as hashmaster for Bryan Dorn in Ninety Six, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/221

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 93] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/221

Edition of Pee Wee Ellison story; start Highway 34 Volunteer Fire Department hash tradition.

Videotape VT-20446/222

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 26 August 2000, DVCAM [CH 94] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/222

Highway 34 Volunteer Fire Department hash tradition; interview with Mr. Fouchee and Cecil Smith, joint hashmasters.

Videotape VT-20446/223

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, September 2000, DVCAM [CH 95] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/223

John's Island, S.C.; Mr. B's hash tradition at Mr. B's BBQ; cultural geographer, Dr. Richard Pillsbury and folklorist Saddler Taylor meet up and travel to Orangeburg, S.C., tracing hash map Pillsbury has researched and drawn up.

Videotape VT-20446/224

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 97] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/224

Millvale Plantation; Wise BBQ hash tradition in Newberry, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/225-226

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 98-99] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/225-226

Wise BBQ hash tradition in Newberry, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/227

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 100] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/227

Pope Johnson interview with Mr. Wise.

Videotape VT-20446/228

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 28 October 2000, DVCAM [CH 103] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/228

Henry Hicks at McKissick Folklife Festival at University of South Carolina in Columbia, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/229

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 7 October 2000, DVCAM [CH 104] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/229

Hickory Grove Volunteer Fire Department hash tradition in Lancaster, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/230

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 17 August 2001, DVCAM [CH 105] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/230

Mr. Walton's cast iron pot collection in Aiken, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/231

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 106] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/231

Pickup shots around Greenwood, S.C., and start of Self Mill employees interviews on mill hash tradition.

Videotape VT-20446/232

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 107] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/232

New voice over by Stan Woodward for Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina.

Videotape VT-20446/233

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 108] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/233

Still images; South Caroliniana Library at University of South Carolina.

Videotape VT-20446/234

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH 109] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/234

Still images continued; interview with Saddler Taylor and Vinnie Deas Moore at the McKissick Museum at University of South Carolina in Columbia, S.C.

Videotape VT-20446/235

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 12 November 2008, MiniDV [CH 110] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/235

Rodney Long interview on spread of hash from coast to German settlements in the Midlands; introduction of mustard based barbecue sauce.

Videotape VT-20446/236-238

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, MiniDV [CH/SS 1-3] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/236-238

Lunenburg, Va.; sheep stew as compared to South Carolina hash and Maxie Moore hashmaster; Saddler Taylor folklorist.

Videotape VT-20446/239

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 8 January 2000, MiniDV [CH/00] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/239

Johnny Vereen interview.

Videotape VT-20446/240

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, DVCAM [CH V.O.] #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/240

Hash voice over.

Videotape VT-20446/353

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 3 April 2000, VHS #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/353

Sample tape for South Carolina Arts Commission Folklife Grant; video and resume; 23 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/350

Carolina Hash: The Greenwood Story, VHS #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/350

An exhxxxibit Kiosk Video to accompany Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina for "The Museum" in Greenwood, S.C., at premier and exhibit; digital dub; two hours.

Videotape VT-20446/366

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, Betacam SP #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/366

PBS Master, good audio stereo; 56 minutes; includes hand-written notes (see Series 7).

Videotape VT-20446/385

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, SVHS #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/385

An exhibit Kiosk Video to accompany Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina for "The Museum" in Greenwood, S.C., at premier and exhibit; master.

Videotape VT-20446/386

Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, SVHS #20446, Series: "2. Carolina Hash: A Taste of South Carolina, 2000-2008." VT-20446/386

Final edit and master; 56 minutes.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007.

About 96 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Burgoo! is a documentary about burgoo stew, mostly shot in Owensboro, Ky., Items are described according to existing documentation on the original container, film, video, or notes. Series includes inventory by Stan Woodward of Burgoo! tapes (see Series 7).

Videotape VT-20446/57-58

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 1-2] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/57-58

To Kentucky through northern Tennessee; Stan Woodward with Saddler Taylor, folklorist with the University of South Carolina Folklife Resource Center at McKissick Museum; commentator throughout film.

Videotape VT-20446/59-60

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 3-4] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/59-60

Kentucky Folklife Festival in Frankfort, Ky.; meet stewmaster Russ Kennedy and stew crew.

Videotape VT-20446/61

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 5] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/61

Kentucky Folklife Festival in Frankfort, Ky.; meets Bob Gates, Director Of Kentucky Arts Commission, which partially funded the travel across Kentucky; morning school groups as they arrive.

Videotape VT-20446/62

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 6] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/62

Folklife Festival, day two; meet Betsy Kennedy who takes us to VFW in Frankfort to meet men who knew the "Burgoo King."

Videotape VT-20446/63

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 7] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/63

Folklife Festival, day two; meet up with Southern food writer, John Egerton; Egerton will travel with film crew to western Kentucky and introduce film crew to the Catholic parish's huge Burgoo tradition and provide commentary.

Videotape VT-20446/64

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 8] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/64

Egerton meets Governor Julien Carroll at stewpot.

Videotape VT-20446/65-66

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 9-10] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/65-66

To Hillbilly Daze near Frankfort, Ky.; meet stewmaster Ricky Caudle who was apprenticed to "Burgoo King" and speaks about him.

Videotape VT-20446/67

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 11] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/67

John Egerton driving interview and commentary on way to western Kentucky; Owensboro, Ky. and area.

Videotape VT-20446/68

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 12] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/68

Burgoo making at Blessed Mother CC.

Videotape VT-20446/69

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 13] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/69

Burgoo mechanized stirring at Saint Mary Magdalene CC; meet with stewmasters.

Videotape VT-20446/70

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 14] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/70

Burgoo mechanized stirring at Saint Mary Magdalene CC; meet with stewmasters; plus history of trading.

Videotape VT-20446/71

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 15] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/71

Saint William and Saint Lawrence combined traditional burgoo picnic.

Videotape VT-20446/72

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 16] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/72

Saint William final tape.

Videotape VT-20446/73

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 17] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/73

John Egerton records voice over; 34 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/74

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 18] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/74

Lee Dew, retired history professor from Western Kentucky University; interview and landscape shots.

Videotape VT-20446/75

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 19] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/75

Moonlite Cafe shoot with "coffee table group" and Senator David Boswell.

Videotape VT-20446/76

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 20] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/76

Moonlite Cafe shoot with "coffee table group" and Senator David Boswell; Saddler on iconography.

Videotape VT-20446/77

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 21] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/77

Mrs. Ebelhar and sister Patti Boyce interview on porch or Ebelhar home and barn shots.

Videotape VT-20446/78

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 22] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/78

Saint Mary Magdalene interview with stewmaster historian, Fred Greenwell.

Videotape VT-20446/79

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 23] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/79

Old Hickory BBQ interviews and owners in Owensboro, Ky.

Videotape VT-20446/80

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 24] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/80

Old Hickory BBQ interviews and owners in Owensboro, Ky.; plus shot of town mural.

Videotape VT-20446/81

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 25] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/81

Owensboro, Ky., to Lexington, Ky., through Dundee, Ky.

Videotape VT-20446/82

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 26] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/82

Apple Creek BBQ interview with Barrett Good, manager.

Videotape VT-20446/83

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 27] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/83

Keeneland Race Course interviews.

Videotape VT-20446/84

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 28] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/84

Interview with Mr. Wolker at the paddock plus b-roll of Keeneland.

Videotape VT-20446/85

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 29] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/85

Buffalo Trace Distillery interview with master distiller Elmer T. Lee.

Videotape VT-20446/86

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 30] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/86

Buffalo Trace Distillery interview with master distiller Elmer T. Lee; Keeneland Liby and "Burgoo", the winning horse in early Derby.

Videotape VT-20446/87

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 31] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/87

Back to Buffalo Trace, Ky.

Videotape VT-20446/88

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 32] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/88

Views of Frankfort, Ky.; then to Lawrenceburg, Ky., to the Anderson County Burgoo Festival; record Sarah Elizabeth and Ron Whitehead, singer and poet.

Videotape VT-20446/89

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 33] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/89

Anderson County Burgoo Festival; meet coordinator Marva Gill.

Videotape VT-20446/90

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 34] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/90

Anderson County Burgoo Festival; Davey Warford cooks.

Videotape VT-20446/91

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 35] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/91

Anderson County Burgoo Festival; Davey Warford cooks; plus shots of bridge and Wild Turkey Distillery; b-roll.

Videotape VT-20446/92

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 36] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/92

Davey Warford cooks.

Videotape VT-20446/93

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 37] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/93

Heritage ward to stewmaster family tradition; Davey Warford accepts for his family plus Burnam Pope conversation.

Videotape VT-20446/94

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 38] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/94

Jim Fint, colorful old stewmaster; Barbershop Quartet sings concocted burgoo song; b-roll of festival plus Tyrone Baptist Church tradition.

Videotape VT-20446/95-96

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 39-40] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/95-96

End of festival and drive to Louisville, Ky., to Rudjard Kipling Cafe; Mary Elizabeth song plus interview with owner.

Videotape VT-20446/97

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 41] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/97

End of Rudjard Kipling Cafe; Lawrenceville County and Claylick Church.

Videotape VT-20446/98

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 42] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/98

Claylick Church interviews.

Videotape VT-20446/99

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 43] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/99

Warford family gathering and interviews by Saddler Taylor.

Videotape VT-20446/100

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 44] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/100

Warford family gathering.

Videotape VT-20446/101

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 45] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/101

End Warford family interviews; Betty Crook interview.

Videotape VT-20446/102

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 46] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/102

To Frankfort, Ky.; interview with Russell Hatter at local history museum; Frankfort, Ky. b-roll.

Videotape VT-20446/103

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 47] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/103

The wife of Big Jim Conway, Burgoo King of Frankfort, Ky.

Videotape VT-20446/104

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 48] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/104

End of interview; start of Seven Creek Road in search of historical site of location where Big Jim gathering and burgoo cooking took place.

Videotape VT-20446/105

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 49] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/105

Finish location shoot; timecode split; nursing home and other b-roll travel shots.

Videotape VT-20446/106

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 50] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/106

B-roll of Seven Creek Road car splash shots and cars in highway shots; timecode split.

Videotape VT-20446/107

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 51] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/107

Two minutes only, Applewood sign and other Lexington, Ky., signage.

Videotape VT-20446/108

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 52, BWV 1] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/108

On road to Bergoo, W.Va., and Burgoo Festival.

Videotape VT-20446/109

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 53, BWV 2] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/109

In Webster near Bergoo, W.Va.; meet contact "Merle" who takes us to Bill Tipton who can recall story of origin of town name.

Videotape VT-20446/110

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 54, BWV 3] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/110

Tipton farm and home interviews.

Videotape VT-20446/111

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 55, BWV 4] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/111

Bergoo Creek interview with Bill Tipton.

Videotape VT-20446/112

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 56, BWV 5] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/112

Interview Merle in Main Street Office.

Videotape VT-20446/113

Burgoo!, DVCAM [Moonlite 1, BG 1-1] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/113

Frankfort, Ky.

Videotape VT-20446/114

Burgoo!, DVCAM [Moonlite 2,BG 1-2] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/114

Moonlight, Egerton, Kentucky, Pat Bosley, and approaching Owensboro, Ky., with signs.

Videotape VT-20446/115

Burgoo!, DVCAM [Moonlite 3, BG 1-3] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/115

End of Moonlight and Egerton.

Videotape VT-20446/116

Burgoo!, 8 March 2000, DVCAM [Moonlite, BG00, 8] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/116

Hi8 dub reels; Owensboro, Ky., Jay William, and Fuji camera.

Videotape VT-20446/117

Burgoo!, DVCAM [WVA 1, BG00, 8, Beng 1] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/117

Bergoo, W.Va. and International Bergoo Festival.

Videotape VT-20446/118

Burgoo!, 2001, DVCAM [Sorgho 2, BG00, SRG 2] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/118

Early, Sorgho, Ky., prep veggies, Egerton, barn, and setting up shots around the grounds.

Videotape VT-20446/119

Burgoo!, DVCAM [WVA 2, BG00, 8, Berg 2] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/119

International Bergoo Festival and Lady in Red.

Videotape VT-20446/120

Burgoo!, DVCAM [WVA 3, BG00, 8, Berg 3] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/120

International Bergoo Festival.

Videotape VT-20446/121

Burgoo!, DVCAM [WVA 4, BG00, 8. Berg 4] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/121

Videotape VT-20446/122

Burgoo!, 2001, DVCAM [Sorgho 1, BG00, SRG 1] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/122

Early, hotel room, voice over, early morning shots, and Egerton.

Videotape VT-20446/123

Burgoo!, 2001, DVCAM [Sorgho 3, BG00, SRG 3] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/123

Early, partial, Egerton's conclusion, and opening.

Videotape VT-20446/124

Burgoo!, 2001, DVCAM [Sorgho 4, BG00, SRG 4] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/124

Early, greeting upon return, Saddler and Egerton at shed.

Videotape VT-20446/125

Burgoo!, 2001, DVCAM [Sorgho 5, BG00, SRG 5] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/125

Early, pitmen at work, and crowd scenes.

Videotape VT-20446/126

Burgoo!, July 2000, DVCAM [Sorgho 6, BG00, BGI-4] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/126

Early, Egerton commentary, and Sorgho, Ky.

Videotape VT-20446/127

Burgoo!, 8 March 2000, DVCAM [BG00] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/127

Hi8 transfer; Shady Rest BBQ, fraternal order of police, and Moonlight Cafe part 1; Owensboro, Ky., and Jay camera.

Videotape VT-20446/128

Burgoo!, VHS #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/128

Note attached reading "Stan, hope this tape will help you. There is about 10 minutes of Bungoo stirring on it. Grady" (see Series 7).

Videotape VT-20446/129

Burgoo!, MiniDV #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/129

Egerton ending, Saturday P.M., and number 6; 38 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/130

Burgoo!, MiniDV #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/130

Mary Mago; mechanized stirring.

Videotape VT-20446/131

Burgoo!, 2007, MiniDV #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/131

Kentucky Colonels BBQ; copy.

Videotape VT-20446/132

Burgoo!, MiniDV [tape 2] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/132

Mark Brown.

Videotape VT-20446/133

Burgoo!, 1 July 2000, MiniDV #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/133

Lee Dew, final shots, and Saturday P.M.

Videotape VT-20446/134

Burgoo!, 25 February 2006, MiniDV [tape 1] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/134

Beast feat and Mark Brown camera.

Videotape VT-20446/135-137

Burgoo!, DVCAM [tape 57-59] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/135-137

Dubs from miniDV tape historical and archival footage shot circa 1990 by Bob Gates, Director Of Folklife for the Kentucky Arts Commission of the Claylick Methodist Church; burgoo cooking headed up by Hollie Warford; Burgoo King of the town of Lawrenceburg, Ky., and Anderson County, Ky.

Videotape VT-20446/138

Burgoo!, 2000, DVCAM [BGOO 1] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/138

Dub from miniDV footage shot at Buffalo Trace Burgoo House when Stan Woodward and Jay Williams (then curator for McKissick Museum at University of South Carolina in Columbia, S.C.) were travelling to the Owensboro, Ky., to Saint Mary Magdalene Picnic and burgoo cooking; stopped in Frankfort, Ky., because Stan wanted to sample man on street knowledge of burgoo and learned of the burgoo house at the Buffalo Trace Distillery.

Videotape VT-20446/139

Burgoo!, 30 June 2000, DVCAM [BGOO 3] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/139

Dub of miniDV tape; shoot of John Egerton at Moonlite Cafe and shoot with John Egerton at Saint Mary Magdalene CC during setup for picnic.

Videotape VT-20446/140

Burgoo!, 1 July 2000, DVCAM [BGOO 4] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/140

Dub of MiniDV tape; more Egerton at Saint Mary Magdalene.

Videotape VT-20446/141

Burgoo!, DVCAM [BGOO 5] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/141

Dub of miniDV tape; more Egerton scripted walk to burgoo shed.

Videotape VT-20446/142

Burgoo!, DVCAM [BGOO 6] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/142

Dub of miniDV tape; Saint Mary Magdalene picnic and interview with Dr. Lee Dew, historian at Western Kentucky University.

Videotape VT-20446/143

Burgoo!, DVCAM [KET] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/143

Edited for television version and archival copy; 56 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/144

Burgoo!, DVCAM [KET] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/144

Edited for television version and archival copy; two hours.

Videotape VT-20446/145

Burgoo!, DVCAM [KET] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/145

Burgoo: A Southern Tradition, directors cut, and archival copy.

Videotape VT-20446/146-147

Burgoo!, DVCAM [BG 1.2, tape 1-2] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/146-147

Master with FBI warning and dedication.

Videotape VT-20446/148

Burgoo!, DVCAM [V.O.2] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/148

Sheep stew and voiceover.

Videotape VT-20446/149

Burgoo!, 12 September 2007, DVCAM [BGOO E. 1] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/149

Mythical, fine cut, and festival copy; two hours.

Videotape VT-20446/150

Burgoo!, 2007, DVCAM [BG Sun Tradn] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/150

Dub copy, FBI warning, no promomotions, and dedication; two hour sales dub master.

Videotape VT-20446/151

Burgoo!, 8 March 2000, DVCAM [BG Hi8] #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." VT-20446/151

Hi8 transfer; Owensboro, Ky., Mary Magdaline Church, and Jay Williams camera with Fuji and Hi8.

Videotape DVD-20446/1

Burgoo!, DVD #20446, Series: "3. Burgoo!, 2000-2007." DVD-20446/1

Container reads "July 12 Check Disc Master"; two hours.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002.

About 49 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South is a combination of footage from a variety of Stan Woodward's food documentaries. Items are described according to existing documentation on the original container, film, video, or notes. Series includes inventory by Stan Woodword of A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South SS 1-46 tapes (see Series 7).

Videotape VT-20446/11

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 2001, DVCAM [SS 1, SOW 1, tape 1, BG00] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/11

Pick up; Shady Rest BBQ in Owensboro, Ky.

Videotape VT-20446/12

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, October 2001, DVCAM [SS 2, WJ-1] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/12

Interview with food historian Dennis Cotner; interview in Colonial Williamsburg, Va.

Videotape VT-20446/13

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 6 March 2001, DVCAM [SS 3, NDS 1, tape 1] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/13

Dundas, Va. and the cooking and selling of a Dundas Sheep Stew cooked by the Dundas Ruritan Club; club includes Maxie Moore, stewmaster Johnny Hawhtorne, stewmaster apprentice Sylvia Wilson, and the Dundas Ruritan Sheep Stew Crew; signs, trailer, and Stancam.

Videotape VT-20446/14

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, March 2001, DVCAM [SS 4, NDS 2/3, tape 2] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/14

Dundas, Va. and the cooking and selling of a Dundas Sheep Stew cooked by the Dundas Ruritan Club; club includes Maxie Moore, Stewmaster Johnny Hawhtorne, Stewmaster apprentice Sylvia Wilson, and the Dundas Ruritan Sheep Stew Crew; Stancam.

Videotape VT-20446/15

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 9 March 2001, DVCAM [SS 5, NDS 4] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/15

Dundas, Va. and the cooking and selling of a Dundas Sheep Stew cooked by the Dundas Ruritan Club; club includes Maxie Moore, stewmaster Johnny Hawhtorne, stewmaster apprentice Sylvia Wilson, and the Dundas Ruritan Sheep Stew Crew; interviews.

Videotape VT-20446/16-17

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 10 March 2001, DVCAM [SS 6-7, NDS 5-6] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/16-17

Dundas, Va. and the cooking and selling of a Dundas Sheep Stew cooked by the Dundas Ruritan Club; club includes Maxie Moore, stewmaster Johnny Hawhtorne, stewmaster apprentice Sylvia Wilson, and the Dundas Ruritan Sheep Stew Crew; Steve Cam.

Videotape VT-20446/18

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 10 March 2001, DVCAM [SS 8, NDS 7] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/18

Dundas, Va. and the cooking and selling of a Dundas Sheep Stew cooked by the Dundas Ruritan Club; club includes Maxie Moore, stewmaster Johnny Hawhtorne, stewmaster apprentice Sylvia Wilson, and the Dundas Ruritan Sheep Stew Crew; Steve's last tape.

Videotape VT-20446/19

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, DVCAM [SS 9] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/19

Saddler Taylor interview and commentary with Chicken Bog and transition to Sheep Stew while riding in van to sites where these are cooked; bog to sheep and posters.

Videotape VT-20446/20

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 1 April 2002, DVCAM [SS 10] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/20

Saddler Taylor interview and commentary with Chicken Bog and transition to Sheep Stew while riding in van to sites where these are cooked; Saddler B, short tape, political posters and intro to bog and Vamon Road.

Videotape VT-20446/21

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 1 May 2001, DVCAM [SS 11, gaL 1] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/21

Gallivant's Ferry Democratic Stump Meeting where the event centers around a classic and traditional chicken bog sold to participants by bog chefs; Galllivants Ferry 1, with Benedict Stevenson.

Videotape VT-20446/22

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 1 May 2001, DVCAM [SS 12, gaL 2] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/22

Gallivant's Ferry Democratic Stump meeting where the event centers around a classic and traditional chicken bog sold to participants by bog chefs.

Videotape VT-20446/23

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 13 October 2000, DVCAM [SS 13, TB 1, tape 1] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/23

Taste of Brunswick Stew Festival in Lawrenceville, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator; ribbon cutting and interviews.

Videotape VT-20446/24

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 13 October 2000, DVCAM [SS 14, TB 3, tape 2] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/24

Taste of Brunswick Stew Festival in Lawrenceville, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator; Tim and Henry Hicks at the festival.

Videotape VT-20446/25

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 13 October 2000, DVCAM [SS 15, TB 3, tape 3] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/25

Taste of Brunswick Stew Festival in Lawrenceville, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator; Hicks farm.

Videotape VT-20446/26

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 13 October 2000, DVCAM [SS 16, TB 4, tape 4] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/26

Taste of Brunswick Stew Festival in Lawrenceville, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator; Tim Pattridge and Mary Hicks at Hicks farm; interviews.

Videotape VT-20446/27

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 13 October 2000, DVCAM [SS 17, TB 5, tape 5] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/27

Taste of Brunswick Stew Festival in Lawrenceville, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator; night tape and cooking the night before.

Videotape VT-20446/28

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 13 October 2000, DVCAM [SS 18, TB 6, tape 6] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/28

Taste of Brunswick Stew Festival in Lawrenceville, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator.

Videotape VT-20446/29

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 14 October 2000, DVCAM [SS 19, TB 7, tape 7] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/29

Taste of Brunswick Stew Festival in Lawrenceville, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator; ends with Tim Pattridge at sign.

Videotape VT-20446/30

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 14 October 2000, DVCAM [SS 20, TB 8, tape 8] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/30

Taste of Brunswick Stew Festival in Lawrenceville, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator; Tim Pattridge at "B Stew" sign and driving car.

Videotape VT-20446/31

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 15 October 2000, DVCAM [SS 21, TB 9, tape 9] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/31

Taste of Brunswick Stew Festival in Lawrenceville, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator; interviews at road side rest area and squirrel at end.

Videotape VT-20446/32-34

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 21 March 2000, DVCAM [SS 22-24, MRB 1-3] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/32-34

Mr. B's barbecue in John's Island, S.C.; Dr. Richard Pillsbury, commentator.

Videotape VT-20446/35-37

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 11 November 2000, DVCAM [SS 25-27, Frog 1-3] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/35-37

Frogmore Stew cooked by African American Faulkenberry family and neighboring chef in Saint Helena, S.C.; commentators are Tim Pattridge, Southern foods specialist and Vennie Deas-Moore, community folklorist.

Videotape VT-20446/38

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 23 September 2000, DVCAM [SS 28, SPR 0] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/38

Pillsbury and Burrison on the road to Sproull.

Videotape VT-20446/39-40

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 5 April 2001, DVCAM [SS 29-30, BIGT 1-2] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/39-40

Big T's BBQ in Columbia, S.C.; Bio T's.

Videotape VT-20446/41

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 5 April 2001, DVCAM [SS 31] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/41

End of Big T's BBQ continues to Dukes BBQ in Orangeburg, S.C.; Drakes BBQ in a town near Brunswick, Ga.; Pillsbury and Saddler at Dukes BBQ.

Videotape VT-20446/42

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 5 April 2001, DVCAM [SS 32] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/42

Big T's BBQ in Columbia, S.C.; final on to Dukes BBQ, map to family farm, sign at Big T's, pull back shot, and collards.

Videotape VT-20446/43

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 13 June 2002, DVCAM [SS 33] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/43

Big T's BBQ in Columbia, S.C.; Big T's and southern living.

Videotape VT-20446/44

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, MiniDV [SS 34] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/44

Big T's BBQ in Columbia, S.C.; Big T's City tape; South Carolina Art's Commission media institute teaching tape.

Videotape VT-20446/45

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 26 February 2000, MiniDV [SS 35] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/45

The Hicks family and brunswick stew cooked at the Hicks farm in Alberta, Va.

Videotape VT-20446/46

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 25 February 2000, MiniDV [SS 36] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/46

The Hicks family and brunswick stew cooked at the Hicks farm in Alberta, Va.; muddle, fire up, and start with Hicks.

Videotape VT-20446/47-48

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 4 November 2000, DVCAM [SS 37-38, IBS 1 and 3] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/47-48

The International Brunswick Stew Festival in Richmond, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator.

Videotape VT-20446/49

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 4 November 2000, DVCAM [SS 39, IBS 4] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/49

The International Brunswick Stew Festival in Richmond, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator; someone recalls story of J.M, first brunswick stew, and a comedian to Henry Hicks.

Videotape VT-20446/50

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 4 November 2000, DVCAM [SS 40, IBS 5] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/50

The International Brunswick Stew Festival in Richmond, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator.

Videotape VT-20446/51

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, DVCAM [SS 41, IBS 6, tape 6] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/51

The International Brunswick Stew Festival in Richmond, Va. with Tim Pattridge as commentator; cotton and road shots.

Videotape VT-20446/52

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, DVCAM [SS 42, SSPU 1] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/52

Pickup shots; after first TC break; video for end title of Southern Stews: A Taste of the South.

Videotape VT-20446/53

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, DVCAM [SS 43, ST 1] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/53

Stills.

Videotape VT-20446/54

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, DVCAM [SS 44] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/54

Narration.

Videotape VT-20446/55

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, MiniDV [SS 45] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/55

Narration by John Egerton, Southern food writer.

Videotape VT-20446/56

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, MiniDV [SS 46] #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/56

Narration by John Egerton, Southern food writer; Ein Klein Hash Muik and stew music.

Videotape VT-20446/369

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, Betacam SP #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/369

Master dub, with 30 seconds of color bars; 56 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/384

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, 27 May 2002, SVHS #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/384

PBS version, color bars, and dub master number 1.

Videotape VT-20446/394

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South, Betacam SP #20446, Series: "4. A Southern Stew: A Taste of the South, 2000-2002." VT-20446/394

56 minutes.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005.

About 47 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Southern Stews: A Taste of the South is a combination of footage from Stan Woodward's food documentaries. Items are described according to existing documentation on the original container, film, video, or notes. Series includes inventory by Stan Woodward of The Morris Chronicle tapes (see Series 7).

Videotape VT-20446/292

The Morris Chronicle, 13 August 2004, DVCAM [MPBD 1] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/292

Shot at Morris's house the day before Morris's 96th birthday celebration at Hatiola Big House.

Videotape VT-20446/293

The Morris Chronicle, 13-14 August 2004, DVCAM [MPBD 2] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/293

Conversation with Morris; reading of Hatiola Doctrine.

Videotape VT-20446/294

The Morris Chronicle, 13 August 2004, DVCAM [MPBD 3] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/294

Hatiola doctrine segment continued; b-roll of Hatiola, etc.

Videotape VT-20446/295

The Morris Chronicle, 14 August 2004, DVCAM [MPBD 4] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/295

Morris's birthday celebration in Big House.

Videotape VT-20446/296

The Morris Chronicle, 14 August 2004, DVCAM [MPBD 5] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/296

Morris birthday at Hatiola continued; interview with Cornelia Ann.

Videotape VT-20446/297

The Morris Chronicle, 14 August 2004, DVCAM [MPBD 6] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/297

Interview with Robert Trumbull and Cornelia Ann.

Videotape VT-20446/298

The Morris Chronicle, 20-21 August 2004, DVCAM [MPBD 7] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/298

B-roll; Keith, a member of Hunt Club, and son; Morris explains his barbecue method at his house.

Videotape VT-20446/299

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [M 1] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/299

Hatiola work weekend and day before Morris's birthday.

Videotape VT-20446/300

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [M 2] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/300

Robert Turnbull advertisement and Morris interview; Morris's house b-roll.

Videotape VT-20446/301

The Morris Chronicle, 6 March 2004, DVCAM [M 3] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/301

How Morris met Faye.

Videotape VT-20446/302

The Morris Chronicle, 6 March 2004, DVCAM [M 4] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/302

Morris's children's houses and clan; Hatiola Clay pigeon shoot and Hunt club member interviewed about Morris.

Videotape VT-20446/303

The Morris Chronicle, 6 March 2004, DVCAM [M 5] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/303

Evening oyster road; pitch for money to support film; Morris prays over meal and banter follows.

Videotape VT-20446/304

The Morris Chronicle, 6 March 2004, DVCAM [M 6] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/304

Partying continues with talk about and with Morris; Jim Quinn story and joke about Morris.

Videotape VT-20446/305

The Morris Chronicle, 19 November 2004, DVCAM [M 7] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/305

Robert Turnbull and Jim Quinn take notes as Morris tells how he cooks pig.

Videotape VT-20446/306

The Morris Chronicle, 19 November 2004, DVCAM [M 8] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/306

Sumter tells what Morris means to men at Hatiola.

Videotape VT-20446/307

The Morris Chronicle, 10 July 2005, DVCAM [MP HWW 1] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/307

Hatiola work weekend; Morris prepares sweet taters for planting.

Videotape VT-20446/308

The Morris Chronicle, 10 July 2005, DVCAM [MP HWW 2] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/308

Hatiola work weekend; Morris prepares sweet taters for planting; Robert T tells history of Hatiola.

Videotape VT-20446/309-310

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [MPN 1-2] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/309-310

Narration for film.

Videotape VT-20446/311

The Morris Chronicle, November 2004, DVCAM [HCS 1] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/311

B-roll of land around Hatiola; Morris fixes tractor.

Videotape VT-20446/312

The Morris Chronicle, November 2004, DVCAM [HCS 2] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/312

Tractor fix and interview; draw horse hooked up to cane grinder.

Videotape VT-20446/313

The Morris Chronicle, November 2004, DVCAM [HCS 3] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/313

Cane squeeze.

Videotape VT-20446/314

The Morris Chronicle, November 2004, DVCAM [HCS 4] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/314

Cane squeeze; Morris's prayer for the event.

Videotape VT-20446/315

The Morris Chronicle, November 2004, DVCAM [HCS 5] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/315

Cane squeeze; Jim Ficklin on Morris; club member interview in deer stand.

Videotape VT-20446/316

The Morris Chronicle, 10 May 2003, DVCAM [MP 1] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/316

Starts with John Clay sequence for other film; Morris's hog cooking.

Videotape VT-20446/317

The Morris Chronicle, 10 May 2003, DVCAM [MP 2] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/317

Gutting hog.

Videotape VT-20446/318

The Morris Chronicle, 10 May 2003, DVCAM [MP 3] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/318

Conversation with Morris while prepping hog.

Videotape VT-20446/319

The Morris Chronicle, 10 May 2003, DVCAM [MP 4] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/319

Prepartion of hog.

Videotape VT-20446/320

The Morris Chronicle, 12 May 2003, DVCAM [MP 5] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/320

Kings BBQ for other film; "rodding" the hog; keeping wide with sticks.

Videotape VT-20446/321

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [MP 6] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/321

Wife Faye joins Morris to "wire hog" and "keep from pieces falling in ashes."

Videotape VT-20446/322

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [MP 7] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/322

Begin cooking over pit in evening and with conversation.

Videotape VT-20446/323

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [MP 8] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/323

Setting coals from burner; conversation.

Videotape VT-20446/324

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [MP 9] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/324

Adjusting and adding coals.

Videotape VT-20446/325

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [MP 10] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/325

Morris and Faye drive to Big House to get hash pot; Morris tells about his relationship to Hatiola.

Videotape VT-20446/326

The Morris Chronicle, MiniDV [MP 11] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/326

Morris continues the barbecue process.

Videotape VT-20446/327

The Morris Chronicle, MiniDV [MP 12] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/327

Unwire hog and begin pig pulling.

Videotape VT-20446/328

The Morris Chronicle, MiniDV [MP 13] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/328

Morris finishes; good commentary with Faye and Morris.

Videotape VT-20446/329

The Morris Chronicle, 10 April 2003, DVCAM [MP 15] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/329

Interview with Morris; Terry Richardson arrives to cook.

Videotape VT-20446/330

The Morris Chronicle, 10 April 2003, DVCAM [MP 16] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/330

Sequence ends; footage for Heritage Corridor film follows.

Videotape VT-20446/331

The Morris Chronicle, 20 February 2004, DVCAM [MP 17] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/331

Morris in house; interview after he had been sick.

Videotape VT-20446/332

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [MPMIW] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/332

Men in woods talk about Morris.

Videotape VT-20446/333

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [MPH/W04] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/333

End of Morris interview at Hatiola; followed by fish hatchery footage for another film.

Videotape VT-20446/334

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [TV F.1] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/334

Sharecropper stills.

Videotape VT-20446/335

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [AVID DUB 1] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/335

Roughcut.

Videotape VT-20446/336

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [AVID DUB 2] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/336

Footage shot for Mallard Creek BBQ; Morris Peeples dubs from tapes.

Videotape VT-20446/337

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [AVID DUB 3] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/337

Morris Peeples dubs from AVID.

Videotape VT-20446/338

The Morris Chronicle, DVCAM [AVID DUB 4] #20446, Series: "5. The Morris Chronicle, 2003-2005." VT-20446/338

Dub of MP footage when AVID drives were full and before crash.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 6. Other Materials, 1932-2001.

About 111 items.

This series includes titles produced by the Woodward Studios Limited, such as It's Grits, The Sheep Stew of Dundas: A Gastronomical Delight , and Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store . It's Grits follows Woodward as he asks the question "do you eat grits?" around the South and in New York City. The Sheep Stew of Dundas: A Gastronomical Delight shows stewmaking traditions in Dundas, Va. Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store is about Jimmy Olgers, a man who tells stories out of Olger's Store in Virginia. Items are described according to existing documentation on the original container, film, video, or notes. Series includes partial inventory by Stan Woodward on various video, film, and audio titles (see Series 7).

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 6.1. Video and Film.

About 105 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

All films are 16mm.

Film F-20446/17

Afro-American Dance: Establishing A Cultural Heritage , 1971, reversal answer print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/17

Stan Woodward's first independently produced documentary made while working as an assistant to Julien Bryan, Executive Director of the International Film Foundation in New York City; Cyclops Productions and by Ray Fischer and Stan Woodward; last freezes washed out; kodachrome color.

Videotape VT-20446/399

The American Super-8 Revolution, 1972, U-Matic #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/399

For Capital Children's Museum, transfer from film; labeled "produced by Stan Woodward while Filmmaker in Residence at Hollow Tree Elementary School in Darien, Conn. in 1971; fifth grade classroom student, Jerry Fennerty, asked teacher if the class could make a film about Paul Revere and the Battle of Concord and Lexington instead of writing papers on it; Stan was asked to work with the class to make this possible, and he shot a documentary of the process; cited for marking the emerging growth in youth-produced film using super 8mm home movie cameras; winner of the Blue Ribbon at the 1972 American Film Festival in the Teacher Education category."

Film F-20446/21

The American Super-8 Revolution, 1972, reversal print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/21

Eyes number 714; color; includes a letter; labeled "produced by Stan Woodward while Filmmaker in Residence at Hollow Tree Elementary School in Darien, Conn. in 1971; fifth grade classroom student, Jerry Fennerty, asked teacher if the class could make a film about Paul Revere and the Battle of Concord and Lexington instead of writing papers on it; Stan was asked to work with the class to make this possible, and he shot a documentary of the process; cited for marking the emerging growth in youth-produced film using super 8mm home movie cameras; winner of the Blue Ribbon at the 1972 American Film Festival in the Teacher Education category."

Film F-20446/27-28

The American Super-8 Revolution, 1971, release print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/27-28

Color; labeled "produced by Stan Woodward while Filmmaker in Residence at Hollow Tree Elementary School in Darien, Conn. in 1971; fifth grade classroom student, Jerry Fennerty, asked teacher if the class could make a film about Paul Revere and the Battle of Concord and Lexington instead of writing papers on it; Stan was asked to work with the class to make this possible, and he shot a documentary of the process; cited for marking the emerging growth in youth-produced film using super 8mm home movie cameras; winner of the Blue Ribbon at the 1972 American Film Festival in the Teacher Education category."

Film F-20446/31

The American Super-8 Revolution, 1971, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/31

Includes letter from filmmaker Tom Davenport; labeled "produced by Stan Woodward while Filmmaker in Residence at Hollow Tree Elementary School in Darien, Conn. in 1971; fifth grade classroom student, Jerry Fennerty, asked teacher if the class could make a film about Paul Revere and the Battle of Concord and Lexington instead of writing papers on it; Stan was asked to work with the class to make this possible, and he shot a documentary of the process; cited for marking the emerging growth in youth-produced film using super 8mm home movie cameras; winner of the Blue Ribbon at the 1972 American Film Festival in the Teacher Education category."

Videotape VT-20446/413

Animation Corps: Media Center Animation Workshop, 1987, U-Matic #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/413

Fall workshops of Capital Children's Museum Mediaworks; made for Washington D.C. area young animators; "sound problem."

Videotape VT-20446/411

Animation from Capital Children's Museum, U-Matic #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/411

Washington D.C.; James Brown, unicorn dreams, and paper dance.

Videotape VT-20446/389

Capital Chilren's Museum Lobby Video, SVHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/389

L. Donley, M. Jefferson, Chuck Jones, Hylton student video, and two dubs in succession; includes "A Word from our Sponsor" by Stan Woodward.

Videotape VT-20446/414

Cherokee County Schools, 1980, U-Matic #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/414

FIS programs; Stan Woodward, Filmmaker in Residence and instructor for gifted and talented programs; sponsored by National Endowment of the Arts; filmmaker in the schools; film shot with super 8mm film sound camera; camera done by students, editing done by students and filmmaker, and sound done by students; compilation reel of student work under the tutelage of Stan Woodward, Filmmaker in Residence with Cherokee County Public Schools in Georgia.

Videotape VT-20446/395

Chuck Jones: A Life in Animation, 1986,U-Matic #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/395

By David Weinkauf; 54 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/396

Chuck Jones, SVHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/396

Videotape VT-20446/412

Chuck Jones Film, 11 March 1989, U-Matic [tape 2, 2 of 9] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/412

Capital Children's Museum, 10th birthday.

Film F-20446/33

Educational Film, Blowgun: Indians of the Orinoco, 1972, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/33

By Julien Bryan; part of the Short Film Festival Program and Stan Woodward personal print; color; includes notes from library (see Series 7).

Film F-20446/36

Educational Film, Caesar: Ruler of Rome, 1932, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/36

Circulated by the Museum of Modern Art Film Library; black and white; silent with text intertitles.

Film F-20446/37

Educational Film, Victory Japan, early 1940s, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/37

Command Productions; United States Navy Combat Bulletin; propaganda film using Hollywood actors.

Videotape VT-20446/398

Elementary, 1991, VHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/398

Rainbow Word, Magic Time II, Jude Tolley; 15 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/403

Faith Hubley, 8 April 1985, U-Matic S [1 master] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/403

Amb. Reich.

Videotape VT-20446/404

Faith Hubley, U-Matic S [2 master] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/404

Tom outer mall number 4, interviews with sales girls, and set up.

Videotape VT-20446/405

Faith Hubley, 21 November 1985, U-Matic S [3 master] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/405

Videotape VT-20446/406-407

Faith Hubley, 18 March 1985, U-Matic S [tape 2 and 4, 4-5 master] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/406-407

Press conference and Senator.

Videotape VT-20446/408

Faith Hubley, 27 May 1985, U-Matic S [6 master] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/408

Veterans at Arlington Cemetary in Arlington, Va.

Videotape VT-20446/409

Faith Hubley, 27 May 1985, U-Matic S [7 master] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/409

C.T. veterans in Arlington, Va.

Videotape VT-20446/410

Faith Hubley, U-Matic #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/410

Animation master; five pieces; Cockbody, Yes We Can, Moonbird, Windy Day, and Creations Myths.

Videotape VT-20446/392

Father and Son, VHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/392

28 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/393

Greetings from Down South, 1988, VHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/393

Includes It's Grits by Stan Woodward, Kudzu by Marjorie Short and Beauty Knows No Pain by Elliot Erwitt; color and black and white; 70 minutes.

Film F-20446/9

Hallelujah, 1977, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/9

A film by Mark Henrickson; "a four-minute reanimation of Eadweard Muybridge's still-photo studies of anatomy synchronized to music of Handel's Messiah"; description taken from University of South Carolina's library website; color; includes memoranda from Rocky Mountain Film Study Center.

Film F-20446/16

Home Movie, circa 1983, reversal print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/16

Color and silent; features Alexa, Stan Woodward's daughter.

Film F-20446/25

Home Movie, circa 1949, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/25

Includes laboratory note (see Series 7).

Film F-20446/34

Home Movie, circa 1940s, reversal print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/34

Labeled "How to Survive an Atomic Attack" by Civil Defense; color and black and white; silent; includes "Guide for Civil Defense" and "Survival Under Atomic Attack" pamphlets.

Film F-20446/35

Home Movie, circa 1940s, reversal print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/35

Labeled "Entertainment: U.S. Armed Foces with movie stars; with Bob Hope, Gloria DeHaven, June Allison, Jerry Golona, Ethel Smith, Betty Hutton, Lana Turner, Francis Langford, and Judy Garland"; color; silent.

Videotape VT-20446/401

Interview with Eldrige Bagley, 1996, DVCAM #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/401

Virginia painter, in the artist's home in Laurenburg County, Va.; shot by Stan Woodward.

Videotape VT-20446/402

Interview with Eldrige Bagley, 1996, DVCAM #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/402

Conclusion and stew painting.

Videotape VT-20446/352

Irby Brown Sr., VHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/352

Interview about brunswick stew tradition around Richmond, Va.; with clear photos; 24 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/351

Irby Brown Sr., VHS [8B] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/351

Interview about brunswick stew tradition around Richmond, Va.

Videotape VT-20446/339

It's Grits!, U-Matic #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/339

Short film version edited by Stan Woodward for use in public schools; master dub; 28 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/340

It's Grits!, Digital Betacam #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/340

Edited master, digital remastered audio and video on 28 July 2004; 45 minutes.

Film F-20446/4

It's Grits!, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/4

Black and white.

Film F-20446/5

It's Grits!, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/5

Limited edition number 10 and show print number 1; black and white; 51 minutes.

Film F-20446/6

It's Grits!, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/6

Show print number 2; for screenings and discussions; back-up; black and white; 44 minutes.

Film F-20446/7

It's Grits!, answer print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/7

Black and white.

Film F-20446/12

It's Grits!, 1978, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/12

Master, reel number 1, workprint, and short version.

Film F-20446/14a

It's Grits!, 1978, workprint #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/14a

A and B rolls, masters, and short version; used to produce internegative for printing of release prints; includes laboratory notes (see Series 7).

Film F-20446/14b

It's Grits!, workprint #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/14b

A and B rolls, masters, and short version; includes laboratory notes (see Series 7).

Film F-20446/19

It's Grits!, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/19

Short version.

Film F-20446/20

It's Grits!, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/20

Short version; film separated for preservation reasons; black and white; 30 minutes; includes a letter.

Film F-20446/30

It's Grits!, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/30

28 minutes; container labeled "shows people in southern diners and restaurants relishing their grits in many combinations with other foods; even New Yorker Craig Claiborne prepares a grits souffle; looks at corn cereal's southern history and tours an old-fashioned grist mill; a humorous tribute to southern culture, with original score by Nat Irvin."

Film F-20446/32

It's Grits!, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/32

Long version and Estar base.

Film F-20446/23

John Nesbitt's Passing Parade, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/23

Directed by Paul Bunford.

Film F-20446/24

Licorice Train, circa 1969-1970, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/24

Color.

Film F-20446/13

Life on a Thread, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/13

A study of behavior using the example of a web building spider; color.

Videotape VT-20446/341

Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store, Betacam SP #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/341

Old version and original edit master; 36 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/357

Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store, 27 April 1998, 3/4" U-Matic SP Master #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/357

Edit master; digital cut from AVID MCXPRESS; 35 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/358

Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store, National Turtle Day, U-Matic SP [207 NTD] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/358

Haskins map and Douglas Elmore; day 1.

Videotape VT-20446/359-360

Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store, National Turtle Day, U-Matic SP [209, 211] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/359-360

Day 2.

Videotape VT-20446/361

Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store, National Turtle Day, U-Matic SP [208, 106 TP2] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/361

Day 1; tails tape for Jimmy Olgers.

Videotape VT-20446/364

Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store, U-Matic [tape 1, LHM E. 1] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/364

Master edit.

Videotape VT-20446/376-377

Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store, Jimmy Olger's stories, U-Matic SP [171-172, OL1-OL2] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/376-377

Parts 1-2.

Videotape VT-20446/378

Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store, Olger's Porch Number 1, U-Matic SP #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/378

51 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/379

Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store, Olger's Porch Number 3, U-Matic SP #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/379

Poem, 83 year old lady, museum, Warrie family, and wind noise over part of Jimmy with the house and Fork Inn.

Videotape VT-20446/380

Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store, U-Matic SP #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/380

Day 2; National Turtle Day.

Videotape VT-20446/381

Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store, U-Matic SP #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/381

Day 1; National Turtle Day.

Film F-20446/29

Luke: A Tribute to Fred, circa 1979, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/29

Film by Spartanburg, S.C., native Frank Eastes; features Stan Woodward; color; labeled "consists of interviews with filmmakers next door neighbor, Fred Wolfe, who is the brother of Thomas Wolfe; filmmakers received a film production grant from the South Carolina Arts Commission's Media Arts program, where Stan Woodward mentored filmmakers making their first independent films in his position as Filmmaker in Residence at the South Carolina Arts Commission from 1972 to 1980."

Videotape VT-20446/1

Nek Chand, 6 June 1985, U-Matic S #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/1

Stone carver.

Videotape VT-20446/2

Nek Chand, 1985, U-Matic S #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/2

Stone carvers and placing sculpture.

Videotape VT-20446/3

Nek Chand, 1985, U-Matic S #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/3

Original; number 5.

Videotape VT-20446/4

Nek Chand, 28 May 1985, U-Matic S #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/4

Videotape VT-20446/5

Nek Chand, 1985, U-Matic S #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/5

Number 6.

Videotape VT-20446/6

Nek Chand, 6 June 1985, U-Matic S #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/6

At Stone Carvers and with low light.

Videotape VT-20446/7

Nek Chand, 4 June 1985, U-Matic S [tape 1] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/7

Nine steel supports, construction, much without sound, v-cases sculpture, and under root of skylighted building.

Videotape VT-20446/8

Nek Chand, 1985, U-Matic S [tape 3] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/8

Interviews and "Steyr."

Videotape VT-20446/9

Nek Chand, 1985, U-Matic S #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/9

Steel; Chand "happy" words.

Videotape VT-20446/10

Nek Chand, The Kingdom of Nek Chand, 1985, U-Matic #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/10

Fantasy garden; National Endowment of the Arts sample; submitted to the National Endowment of the Arts on 15 December 1985; 3/4" edited sample dubbed.

Videotape VT-20446/365

Nek Chand, U-Matic [tape 1] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/365

Talking to Lisa; later about little girl sculpture and Nek Chand interviews; source tape for exhibit tape edited to introduce visitors to the Nek Chand Rock Garden Exhibit at the entrance to the Capital Children's Museum.

Film F-20446/26

Nek Chand, The Kingdom of Nek Chand, circa 1979, release print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/26

Client is Paul Cox; color; used by Stan Woodward as research for his documentary on Nek Chand Sculpture Garden that was built at the Capital Children's Museum in Washington, D.C. while he served there as Filmmaker in Residence.

Videotape VT-20446/354

The People who take up Serpents, circa 1973, Betacam SP #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/354

A documentary by Gretchen Robinson, a Stan Woodward co-producer; the Tennessee Attorney General had just shut down the Holiness Church of God in a case brought against the church in Newport, Tenn. The sister church in Greenville, S.C., rallied in support of the Newport chruch; Gretchen Robinson, then a reporter for the Greenville News, first wrote about the story, then applied to the South Carolina Arts Commission for Stan Woodward to assist her in shooting a documentary that followed the case and the story; documentary about snake handlers; 54 minutes.

Videotape VT-20446/415

Remember the Children, 1983-1989, U-Matic #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/415

Traveling exhibit; three segments; Through Our Eyes, The Eye-Witnesses, and Nesse Godin, Themes of Survival ; video produced for the Washington D.C. Capital Children's Museum's Remember the Children Exhibit on the Holocaust when the producer was Filmmaker in Residence and Director, Exhibit-designer, and Curator of the Communication Wing from 1983 to 1989.

Videotape VT-20446/371

The Sheep Stew of Dundas: A Gastronomical Delight, Betacam SP #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/371

PBS version.

Videotape VT-20446/375

The Sheep Stew of Dundas: A Gastronomical Delight, 14 March 2001, U-Matic #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/375

Safe copy with no promotions; 57 minutes.

Film F-20446/1

Skylab, The Day Skylab Fell to the Earth, 1979, workprint #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/1

Film F-20446/1mag

Skylab, The Day Skylab Fell to the Earth, 1979, workprint #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/1mag

Film F-20446/2

Skylab, 1979, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/2

Raw printed for editing; original; "All Through the Day" written on container; office of Synod of North Carolina; Presbyterian Church in Raleigh, N.C.

Film F-20446/3a

Skylab, 1979 #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/3a

Interviews in Huntsville, Ala. at George C. Marshall Space Flight Center; "All Through the Day" written on container.

Film F-20446/3b

Skylab, 1979 #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/3b

Interviews in Huntsville, Ala. at Marshall Space Flight Center; "All Through the Day" written on container.

Film F-20446/10

Skylab #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/10

NASA, four rooms, and Earth view.

Film F-20446/11

Skylab, circa 1978, reversal print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/11

Alternate title is Debris in Australia; part 1; color.

Film F-20446/15

Skylab, circa 1978, reversal print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/15

Alternate title is Debris in Australia, part 2; color; full-coat magnetic soundtrack.

Film F-20446/18

Skylab, 1981, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/18

Space Station I; includes footage of space stations and interviews with astronauts Paul Weitz, Gerald Carr, Owen Garriott, William Pogue, Alan Bean, Joseph Kerwin, Edward Gibson, Jack Lousma, and Charles "Pete" Conrad.

Film F-20446/22a-b

Skylab, workprint [0221 EH] #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/22a-b

Interviews and boneyard.

Film F-20446/38a-c

Skylab, The Day Skylab Fell to the Earth, workprint #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/38a-c

Interviews with NASA and Skylab developers in Huntsville, Ala. at the Marshall Space Flight Center.

Videotape VT-20446/347

Story Teller, VHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/347

Kiosk video exhibit in the Storyteller Theatre at the Capital Children's Museum in Washington D.C. where Stan Woodward served as Filmmaker in Residence and Director of the Media Arts Center and the Communication wing.

Videotape VT-20446/387

To Kill a Mockingbird, SVHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/387

Parts 2 and 3, reel 2; from laser disc.

Videotape VT-20446/388

To Kill a Mockingbird, SVHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/388

Videotape VT-20446/390

To Kill a Mockingbird: Then and Now, 10 April 1997, VHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/390

Teacher Orientation Workshop; produced by Prince William Network; one hour; labeled "In 1998, the Prince William County Public Schools Satellite Distance Learning productions of To Kill a Mockingbird: A Satellite Field Trip was nationally broadcast by the Prince William Network; Stan Woodward had met the woman who played Scout while at the Virginia International Southern Film Festival in Charlottesville, Va. and they conferred to come up with this idea for celebrating the 25th anniversary of Harper Lee's book; this tape was the teacher orientation production to prepare teachers who planned to have their classes view the main production the following week; Stan Woodward was producter of both programs."

Videotape VT-20446/391

To Kill a Mockingbird, 1997, VHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/391

Lyceum, parts 1 and 2; 1 hour and 10 minutes; labeled "A Distance Learning Lyceum nationally broadcast to classrooms that had pre-registered to participate; the reuniting of the main characters from the film occurred and we brought in by teleconferencing the director, the writer, and the director of cinematogrphy; the moderator was Charlene Hunter Gault, who then worked at WETA, the public television station in Washington, D.C.; Stan Woodward was the producer."

Film F-20446/8

Underbridge, print #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." F-20446/8

Masconomo films; appears to be footage from a boat window and under a bridge; color.

Videotape VT-20446/346

Walking with the Dinosaurs, Making of Walking with the DinosaursMay 1991, SVHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/346

Field C; a satellite distance learning broadcast in conjuction with the later broadcast of Walking With the Dinosaurs; Stan Woodward is producer and executive producer is Dr. Mabel Phifer of the Black College Satellite Network.

Videotape VT-20446/397

Walking with the Dinosaurs, VHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/397

Original show and unedited.

Videotape VT-20446/400

Walking with the Dinosaurs, VHS #20446, Subseries: "6.1. Video and Film." VT-20446/400

First hour.

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6 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

All audiotapes are 1/4" reel-to-reel tape.

Audiotape T-20446/1

The People who take up Serpents, circa 1973 #20446, Subseries: "6.2. Audio, 1973-1979." T-20446/1

First roll and sync sound service; transferred; documentary about snake handlers.

Audiotape T-20446/2

The People who take up Serpents, circa 1973 [tape 2] #20446, Subseries: "6.2. Audio, 1973-1979." T-20446/2

Transferred; first Saturday night service; documentary about snake handlers.

Audiotape T-20446/3

The People who take up Serpents, circa 1973 #20446, Subseries: "6.2. Audio, 1973-1979." T-20446/3

Second roll sync sound service; transferred; Magre; documentary about snake handlers.

Audiotape T-20446/4

The People who take up Serpents, circa 1973 [tape 4] #20446, Subseries: "6.2. Audio, 1973-1979." T-20446/4

First Saturday night service, Brother Floyd sings "See Lights of the City", Sister Clanton testimony, and Sister Whitworth with the beautiful statement film crew did not get; documentary about snake handlers.

Audiotape T-20446/5

Skylab Disco #20446, Subseries: "6.2. Audio, 1973-1979." T-20446/5

Studio quality recording, studio music, and release.

Audiotape T-20446/6

Skylab Disco #20446, Subseries: "6.2. Audio, 1973-1979." T-20446/6

Home, eco, excellent, roll three; film crew rolls out of tape over Ray's comments on technology and Apollo program; first shot on camera roll 3.

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About 1000 items

Arrangement: Arranged alphabetically by film title.

Material from Woodward's work as filmmaker and educator, including production notes, distribution and licensing contracts, and promotional and educational documents for his films, particularly The American Super-8 Revolution, Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure,, It's Grits!, and The Day Skylab Fell to Earth. There are also scattered materials related to his work promoting filmmaking with southern arts organizations including the South Carolina Arts Commission, as well as film festival programs in which Woodward or his work were included. There is also a small number of photographs of a 1983 mobile exhibit Woodward designed for the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Va., entitled Illusions: The Art of the Moving Image. Other items include news clippings and film reviews; receipts; purchase orders; award certificates and plaques; address books; a small number of animated flip books; a film-splicer used by Woodward in editing and assembling his films; and a helmet, hand-painted with bulls-eye and "I AM READY FOR SKYLAB."

Note that original file folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 1

Moving image material papers #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 1

Some Stan Woodward film and video containers included notes and papers, which were removed for preservation reasons. Included are laboratory notes, correspondence, memoranda, a newspaper, educational guides, summaries, and inventories of videos and films.

Folder 2

Afro-American Dance: Establishing A Cultural Heritage, circa 1970s #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 2

Folder 3

The American Super-8 Revolution: Completed purchase orders, 1972-1975 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 3

Folder 4

The American Super-8 Revolution: Reviews, 1973 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 4

Folder 5

The American Super-8 Revolution: IFF contracts and distribution arrangements, 1972-1976 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 5

Folder 6

The American Super-8 Revolution: Purchase orders, preview requests, festival entries, 1973 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 6

Folder 7

The American Super-8 Revolution: Teacher's guide, circa 1973 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 7

Folder 8

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure: Correspondence, 1988 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 8

Folder 9

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure: Promotions and background notes, 2000 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 9

Folder 10

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure: news article, 14 January 1998 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 10

Folder 11

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure: Clipping originals, 1998 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 11

Folder 12

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure: Press release for Brunswick County screening, 1998 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 12

Image Folder PF-20446/1

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure: Photographs, 1998 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." PF-20446/1

Folder 13

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure: Flyers, 1998 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 13

Folder 14

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure: Sales flyers, 1998 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 14

Folder 15

Brunswick Stew: A Virginia Treasure: Original printing materials, 1998 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 15

Folder 16

South Carolina Arts Commission: Film program origins,1972-1975 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 16

Folder 17

It's Grits!: South Carolina Arts Commission rights agreement, 1976 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 17

Folder 18

It's Grits!: Correspondence with lab, 1977-1978 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 18

Folder 19

It's Grits!: Southern Educational Communications Association, 1978 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 19

Folder 20-21

It's Grits!: Expenses, 1976-1979 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 20-21

Folder 22

It's Grits!: Bank notes, 1978 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 22

Folder 23

It's Grits!: Festivals, 1977-1979 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 23

Folder 24

It's Grits!: Margaret Mead Film Festival, New York, N.Y., 1979 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 24

Folder 25

It's Grits!: National Education Association grant, 1978 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 25

Folder 26

It's Grits!: Picture Start, 1979-1980 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 26

Folder 27

It's Grits!: WNET/PBS, 1979 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 27

Folder 28

It's Grits!: World premiere, 1978 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 28

Folder 29

It's Grits!: New York premiere, 1978 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 29

Folder 30

It's Grits!: Sound mix and notes to conformer, circa 1978 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 30

Folder 31

It's Grits!: Production notes, 1976-1978 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 31

Folder 32

It's Grits!: Aunt Essie and It's Grits!, undated #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 32

Folder 33

It's Grits!: Independent American Filmmakers: Southern Circuit tour, 1979 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 33

Folder 34

It's Grits!: Music releases, 1977 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 34

Folder 35-36

It's Grits!: News clippings, circa 1978 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 35-36

Folder 37

It's Grits!: Miscellaneous, circa 1978 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 37

Includes a brochure with recipes for grits, published in conjunction with the film's release.

Folder 38

Licorice Train: Lyrics, undated #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 38

Folder 39

Skylab, circa 1980 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 39

Includes proposal and planning documentation for the film The Day Skylab Fell to Earth, and editorial cartoons and other clippings about Skylab.

Image Folder PF-20446/2

Skylab slides, circa 1980 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." PF-20446/2

Includes what appear to be photographs of Stan Woodward's visit to interview members of the Skylab team at the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.

Extra Oversize Paper Folder XOPF-20446/1

Skylab protection helmet templates, 1979 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." XOPF-20446/1

Folder 40

Underbridge program notes, undated #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 40

Folder 41

Summer Youth Film and Photography Workshop: Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1967 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 41

Image Folder PF-20446/3

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Illusion: The Art of the Moving Image, 1983 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." PF-20446/3

Folder 42

"The Ghetto School of the Arts: An Alternative to Inadequate Conceptions of Curriculum," 1969 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 42

Copy of Stan Woodward's thesis, Master of Arts in Curriculum and Teaching, Columbia University Teachers College, New York, N.Y.

Folder 43

Coalition Of Southern Media Organizations (COSMO), 1976-1981 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 43

Folder 44-45

Independent American Filmmakers: Southern Circuit: Programs, 1976-1979 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 44-45

Folder 46-48

E.F.L.A. mailing list, 1980 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 46-48

Folder 49

Southern States Film Libraries, undated #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 49

Folder 50

Television and Culture, circa 1979-1980 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 50

Folder 51

Television and Culture: ME-DIA, 1973, 1977 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 51

Folder 52

Moving expenses, 1981 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Folder 52

Box 2

Rolodex, circa 1970s-1980s #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Box 2

Address book, circa 1970s-1980s #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Box 2

Warner Brothers prints, circa 1988 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Box 2

Prints of what appear to be a series of pencil drawings of characters from the Looney Tunes cartoon series, possibly composed by cartoonist Chuck Jones.

Award certificates, 1980, 1982-1983 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Box 2

Awarded by the American Film Festival in New York, N.Y.

Flip books, undated #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Box 2

Box 3

Skylab helmet, circa 1980 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Box 3

Features hand-painted bulls-eye and lettering, with "I AM READY FOR SKYLAB" on the front of the helmet and "THREE MILE WHAT?" on the back. Likely used as promotion for Stan Woodward's film, The Day Skylab Fell to Earth.

Plaques, 1972-1980 #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Box 3

Film-splicer #20446, Series: "7. Papers, 1932-2004." Box 3

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Processing Information

Processed by: Samantha Leonard, May 2011

Encoded by: Samantha Leonard, June 2011

Updated by Martin Gengenbach because of inclusion of previously undescribed materials in September 2011.

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