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Collection Number: 40278

Collection Title: WUNC Records, 1929-2004 (bulk 1970-1995)

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Size About 33900 items (39.0 linear feet of textual material, plus 2708 audio recordings)
Abstract WUNC is the non-profit public radio service of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, broadcasting to central and eastern North Carolina through stations located in Chapel Hill, N.C., Rocky Mount, N.C., and Manteo, N.C., and streaming online at wunc.org. WUNC was located in Swain Hall on the campus of the University of North Carolina from its creation in the 1940s until 1999, when it moved off campus to the James F. Goodmon Public Radio Building in Chapel Hill. WUNC began broadcasting intermittently as an AM radio station in the 1940s, switched to FM on 3 November 1952, went off-air in 1970, and was reinstated as a National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate on 3 April 1976. WUNC initially provided listeners with a combination of daytime and evening cultural affairs commentaries, news, and music; in 2001, the station switched to a 24-hour local and national news- and information-based programming format. Records of WUNC consist of papers, photographic materials, and sound recordings that document the operation, administration, and programming content of the station. Included are materials relating to station licensing and legal issues; grants; staffing; fundraising; advertising; concerts and other station-sponsored special events; expansion of facilities; listener and donor relations; and programming. Among the materials are correspondence, reports, applications to the Federal Communications Commission, grant proposals, news clippings, and programming logs. There are 2,708 audio recordings of content that was broadcast on WUNC; many are of jazz performances, especially the locally produced program "Gary Shivers on Jazz," which aired from 1978 to 1990 and was hosted by Gary Shivers, general manager of WUNC.
Creator WUNC (Radio station : Chapel Hill, N.C.)
Language English
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Use of audio materials may require production of listening copies.
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Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the WUNC Records #40278, University Archives, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from WUNC in 1995, 2005, and 2010 (Records transfers 20050309.1, 20050711.2, and 20100127.1).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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WUNC is the non-commercial, non-profit public radio service of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, broadcasting at 91.5 FM in Chapel Hill, N.C., on WRQM at 90.9 FM in Rocky Mount, N.C., and on WUND at 88.9 FM in Manteo, N.C., and streaming online at wunc.org. These stations are collectively referred to as "North Carolina Public Radio." As of 2011, WUNC was broadcasting at 100,000 watts from a transmitter located in Chatham County, N.C., and providing both local and national programming with a focus on cultural affairs, civics, and community concerns. The station is funded and supported through donations from listeners, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, in-kind contributions, local and national grants, and volunteers.

WUNC made its first AM broadcast as a student station in the 1940s, perhaps as early as 1940. On 3 November 1952, WUNC began broadcasting as an FM station under the direction of the Communication Center at the University of North Carolina. The station was staffed by university students and community volunteers and continued to broadcast until equipment failures forced it off-air in 1970. It came back on the air briefly in 1971, but was again silenced by equipment problems.

The third iteration of WUNC began broadcasting on 3 April 1976 as a National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate. Programming included daytime classical music and evening jazz. WUNC began formally publishing its program highlights in 1980 via a monthly magazine called Listen. Popular weekend programs included the locally produced programs "Back Porch Music," which began in 1977 and offered a range of regional folk and traditional music, and "Gary Shivers on Jazz," which was hosted by WUNC general manager Gary Shivers from 1978 until 1990. The news program "All Things Considered" also began broadcasting in the late 1970s and was among the first NPR programs aired on WUNC. NPR's "Morning Edition" was added to the lineup in 1980; "The People's Pharmacy" with Joe and Terry Graedon in 1981; NPR's "Weekend Edition" in 1988; "Fresh Air with Terry Gross" in 1994; and "Talk of the Nation" and "The State of Things" in 1995. Other programming included news, features, and commentaries on state politics, cultural affairs, and other community concerns. In 1995, WUNC expanded the scope of its broadcasting to a full 24-hour day by adding overnight classical music programming. In 2001, WUNC's programming changed to a 24-hour, entirely news- and information-based format. As of 2011, the station was partnered with NPR, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Public Radio International (PRI), and American Public Media (APM).

WUNC was located in Swain Hall on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus from its beginnings until 1999, when it relocated to the James F. Goodmon Public Radio Building near the William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education in Chapel Hill, N.C. A second WUNC studio was located in the American Tobacco Historic District in Durham, N.C. Also in 1999, WUNC expanded its broadcast coverage to the eastern part of the state over stations WRQM (90.9 FM) in Rocky Mount, N.C., and WUND (88.9 FM) in Manteo, N.C.

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Records of WUNC consist of papers, photographs, slides, sound recordings, and other materials documenting the station's operation, administration, and programming. Materials chiefly relate to WUNC's development, publicity, licensing, legal matters, facilities, finances, locally and nationally produced programming, listener relations, and station-sponsored special events. Included are grant proposals and financial assistance applications to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP), the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), and the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW); fundraising and advertising materials; management and planning correspondence and meeting minutes; news clippings and press releases; materials related to the history of WUNC and its staff; annual station license renewal applications submitted to the FCC; construction permits and other documents concerning the station's facilities, equipment, and broadcasting expansion; budget and insurance materials; annual financial reports submitted to the CPB; lists and descriptions of cultural programming features, news, and commentaries; listener and donor correspondence, surveys and statistics; program guide materials; underwriting proposals and programs; broadcast scripts; employee, station, and performer photographs; promotional, planning, and legal materials pertaining to a variety of regional WUNC-sponsored music and dramatic arts festivals, concerts, and celebrations; and station logs documenting the descriptive content, technical details, and people involved in WUNC's on-air broadcasts. Also included are 2,708 reel tapes, audiocassettes, digital audio tapes (DAT), and beta cassettes that feature local and national programs, interviews, commentaries, features, music, news, concerts, and other recorded content broadcast on WUNC. Several hundred episodes of "Gary Shivers on Jazz" are included.

WUNC staff members whose activities are documented in these records include Donald M. Trapp, first general manager, 1970s; Gary M. Shivers, first program director, second general manager, and host of "Gary Shivers on Jazz," 1975-1990; Joan C. Watrous, operations and productions manager and volunteer coordinator, 1970s; Virginia Todd, secretary and business manager, 1970s; Tim Warner, chief engineer, 1970s; producers Frank Glass and Barbara Bernhard, 1970s; Barbara F. Schutz, development director, 1976-1982; Fay Mitchell Henderson, human affairs producer, 1979-1980s; Claudius Miller, promotion coordinator, 1980s; Kathryn W. Bumgardner (Kit), development director, 1980s; Jill Ridky, business manager, early 1980s; Gale D. Yeager, business manager, 1980s; Craig Curtis, music director, 1980s; and Bill Davis, third general manager, 1990s.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Administrative files, 1953-1994.

About 6,900 items.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by file name; individual files arranged chronologically.

Materials relate to the development, publicity, licensing, legal, facility growth, and financial matters of WUNC. Development and publicity materials include grant proposals, audience surveys, fundraisers, advertising and outreach materials, internal and external correspondence, news clippings and press releases, planning meeting minutes and internal documentation, employee and station photographs, and materials related to the history of WUNC and its staff. Licensing and legal materials include station license renewal forms, applications, and supporting documents submitted annually to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), as well as a number of legal documents regarding WUNC's licensing difficulties in the late 1970s and early 1980s due to employment discrimination complaints and affirmative action measures. Facilities materials include proposals, reports, and grant applications to the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW); financial assistance applications to the Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP); legal notices; and FCC construction permits and planning correspondence, all of which chiefly relate to construction, physical expansion, broadcast area coverage expansion, and equipment. Financial materials include audit, budget, and insurance documents; supporting correspondence, forms, and applications; and annual financial reports submitted to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB).

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990.

About 4,000 items.

Materials chiefly originated in WUNC's Development Department and include grant proposals and applications; reports and surveys regarding staffing and the WUNC listening audience; internal and public correspondence; a substantial number of news clippings and press releases; meeting minutes and internal documentation; planning materials from Quail Roost, the WUNC management team's annual planning meeting retreats; employee and station photographs; and outreach and donor relations materials, including advertising, logo drawings, pledge drives, and other fundraisers. There are also materials related to the history of the station and its staff.

Box 1

Annual employment reports, 1974-1986 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Application to mail at non-profit bulk postal rates, 1976 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB): Federal budget cuts, 1981 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Correspondence and news articles regarding a 25 percent decrease in federal funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB).

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB): In-service training grant and strategic planning grant, 1987-1988 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Correspondence, planning, and supporting documents.

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB): Public radio qualification survey, 1975-1976 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Survey to determine WUNC's eligibility for financial assistance. Also included are biographies of station management staff members.

Correspondence, 1977-1983 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Development: Conferences financial materials, 1983 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Reimbursement forms, receipts, correspondence, itineraries, and airline tickets, chiefly belonging to WUNC development director Kit Bumgardner, regarding training programs, development workshops, and conventions in various locations throughout the United States.

Development: Department meetings, 1978-1982 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Minutes, notes, surveys, and flyers.

Donations and support, 1980-1985 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Lists, forms, and memoranda concerning financial support from listeners and corporations, largely through the Carolina Annual Giving program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Gary Shivers biographical materials, 1985 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

News articles, press release, and curriculum vitae.

Grant proposals, 1975-1985 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Proposals, applications, and correspondence regarding Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) Radio Volunteer Grants and Competitive Station Program Guide grants, North Carolina Arts Council grants, National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grants, and National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) fellowships.

Grants and foundations, 1976-1989 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Correspondence, sample applications, and informational materials on potential grant opportunities for WUNC.

List of record labels, 1985 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

LISTEN 86 survey and images, 1986 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Survey, data, correspondence, photographic negatives, and contact prints.

Memoranda, 1977-1981 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

National Endowment for the Humanities: Challenge grant, 1977-1978 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Application, proposal, budget, and rejection letter.

National Public Radio (NPR): Publicity, promotion, and advertising, 1975-1987 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Press releases, articles, brochures, memoranda, political advertisements, promotional photographic prints, and a number of Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back press kits and advertisements.

National Public Radio (NPR): Regional meeting, Chapel Hill, N.C., 1975-1976 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

National Public Radio (NPR): Station Cooperative Advertising Plan, 1981-1982 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Correspondence, memoranda, and advertising agreements between Central Carolina Bank and WUNC.

News clippings and press releases, 1975-September 1979 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 1

Box 2

News clippings and press releases, October 1979-April 1988 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 2

Box 3

News clippings and press releases, May 1988-April 1991 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 3

North Carolina Agency for Public Telecommunications Policy for Public Radio Assistance, 1980 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 3

Primary Broadcasting Area: Demographic profile report, 1975 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 3

Primary Broadcasting Area: Survey report, 1975 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 3

Box 4

Promotion, fundraising, and pledge drives, 1975-1982 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 4

Flyers, news clippings, on-air prompts, letters and cards soliciting listener and donor support, correspondence, notes, advertisements, program guides, and concert programs.

Quail Roost, 1978-1982 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 4

Planning meeting minutes, agendas, statistics, public radio surveys, and other internal documents regarding the structure, mission, and growth of WUNC, compiled at annual station management retreats at Quail Roost in Rougemont, N.C.

References and contacts, 1975-1977 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 4

Mailing lists, correspondence, early developmental memorandums, and notes.

Tandy TRS-80 educational grant, 1982 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 4

Applications, correspondence, notes, catalogs, and promotional materials concerning a Radio Shack-sponsored grant that provided microcomputer equipment to educational institutions.

Thank you letters to listeners, 1977-1978 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 4

WUNC employee guidebook and policy manual, 1989-1990 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 4

Image Folder PF-40278/1

WUNC employees, station and meetings images, circa 1985-1987 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." PF-40278/1

Box 4

WUNC history, 1953-1956 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 4

Photocopied articles, photographs, and correspondence concerning the radio station's earliest years.

WUNC logos, 1975-1980 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 4

Sketches, drawings, doodlings, professionally printed station logos, correspondence, memorandums, survey forms, and notes from WUNC's Development Department soliciting new logo ideas.

WUNC staff directories, 1986-1989 #40278, Subseries: "1.1. Development and Publicity, 1953-1990." Box 4

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About 500 items.

Materials include station license renewal forms, applications, and supporting documents submitted annually to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and a number of legal documents regarding WUNC's licensing difficulties in the late 1970s and early 1980s due to employment discrimination complaints and affirmative action measures.

Box 4

Aural STL license renewal forms, 1961-1984 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

Broadcast station license renewals, 1964-1981 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

Includes renewal forms, applications, correspondence, legal notices, a proof of performance report, engineering data, ownership reports, employment reports, ascertainment reports, and program logs.

Broadcast station license renewal complaint, 1972 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

Correspondence and notices, 1976-1982 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

Legal materials regarding licensing errors, 1980-1982 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

Legal correspondence and supporting documents requesting the correction of errors in WUNC's FCC license renewal.

License renewal: Application amendment, 1979 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

License renewal: Motion to Strike and Opposition to Supplement to Petition to Deny, 1979 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

License renewal: Opposition to Petition to Deny, 1979 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

License renewal: Petition to Deny, 1978 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

License renewal: Petition to Deny, supplementary materials, 1979 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

Supplement, requests for extensions, and petitioners' replies to oppositions to the petition to deny WUNC's FCC license renewal application.

Mississippi Telecasting Company: Licensing agreement, 1984 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

Notice of violation, 1966 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

Public comment regarding minority discrimination claims against WUNC, 1978-1979 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

Supportive correspondence and listener mail.

Remote pickup mobile license renewal forms, 1964-1975 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

Subsidiary communications authorization renewal forms, 1964-1975 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

Triangle Women's Radio, 1974 #40278, Subseries: "1.2. Licensing, 1961-1984." Box 4

Petition, memos, and correspondence regarding the two competing FCC licensing applications of WUNC and the Triangle Women's Radio.

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About 1,100 items.

Materials relating to the construction, physical expansion, broadcast area coverage expansion, and equipment of WUNC. Significant events documented in this series include the station's attempt to increase its broadcasting transmission power from 50 to 100 kilowatts; its several unsuccessful attempts to expand its broadcast coverage area to the eastern part of the state via a new station in Greenville, N.C.; various broadcast interference concerns; remote satellite construction; and the construction of a transmission tower in Farmville, N.C. Materials include proposals, reports, grant applications to the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW), financial assistance applications to the Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP), legal notices, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) construction permits, and related planning correspondence.

Box 4

Affidavits of publication, legal notices for WUNC station in Greenville, N.C., 1983-1986 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 4

Atlantic Telecasting petition to deny WUNC application for station in Greenville, N.C., 1983-1984 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 4

Also includes UNC-Chapel Hill's opposition to the petition to deny.

Folder OPF-40278/1

Coverage area map and transmitter tower blueprints, 1987 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Folder OPF-40278/1

Box 4

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW): Broadcasting power increase application materials, 1977-1978 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 4

Project application, proposal, report, correspondence and other supporting documents regarding WUNC's increase in broadcasting transmission power from 50 to 100 kilowatts.

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW): Grant materials, 1973-1986 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 4

Correspondence, annual status reports and a 1974 grant application.

Box 5

Federal Communications Commission (FCC): Application for construction permit for transmission tower in Chapel Hill, N.C., 1987 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Project proposal, memorandums, purchase requisitions and application materials.

Federal Communications Commission (FCC): Application for construction permit for transmission tower in Farmville, N.C., amendment, 1988 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Legal correspondence and application amendment.

Federal Communications Commission (FCC): Application for station in Greenville, N.C., 1983 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Federal Communications Commission (FCC): Application for station in Greenville, N.C., amendment, 1985-1986 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Federal Communications Commission (FCC): Construction permit for transmitter and broadcasting power increase, 1974-1978 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Correspondence, applications and forms regarding the construction of a transmission tower at Terrell's Mountain in Chatham County, N.C., as well as WUNC's increase in broadcasting transmission power from 50 to 100 kilowatts.

Federal Communications Commission (FCC): FM channel availability increase, 1984-1986 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Public notices, applications, correspondence, legal memorandums and articles regarding the FCC's increase in FM broadcast channel availability and the resulting potential broadcast signal interference caused by new stations throughout North Carolina.

Mailing list, supporters of WUNC station in Greenville, N.C., 1985 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Includes lists and a letter soliciting support for the proposed Greenville, N.C., radio station.

North Carolina Agency for Public Telecommunications: WECT-TV Channel 6 Public Radio meeting, Raleigh, N.C., 1984 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP): Application for financial assistance for station in Greenville, N.C., 1983 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP): Application for financial assistance for station in Greenville, N.C., amendment, 1983 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP): Application for financial assistance for station in Greenville, N.C., amendment and reactivation, 1983 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP): Application for grant for station in Greenville, N.C., 1984 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP): Application for financial assistance for station in Greenville, N.C., 1986 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Application regarding WUNC's second attempt at securing federal financial assistance for the proposed construction of a radio station in Greenville, N.C.

Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP): Application for financial assistance for station in Greenville, N.C., amendment, 1986 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP): Application for financial assistance, amendment, 1987 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP): Application for financial assistance, amendment, 1988 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP): Application for station in Greenville, N.C., supporting documents, 1983-1986 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Correspondence and letters of support, memorandums, notes, articles and legal notices regarding the potential construction of a radio transmission tower in Farmville, N.C., and a new radio station in Greenville, N.C.

Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP): Application, 1994 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Application for remodeling WUNC facilities and expanding service area.

Relay fund to support proposed station in Greenville, N.C., 1982-1983 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Correspondence and donation calculations.

Satellite construction and licensing, 1978-1981 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Includes FCC construction permit and license application, Chapel Hill builder's permit, insurance policy and correspondence concerning WUNC's receive-only satellite earth terminal.

Transmission tower project planning materials, Farmville, N.C., 1983-1986 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Triad Educational Broadcasting Foundation: Application to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for station in Greensboro, N.C., 1983-1984 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Copy of application and correspondence regarding WUNC's concern with the interference caused by the presence of a new regional radio station.

WECT-TV Channel 6 interference concerns, 1982-1985 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Public notice, reports and correspondence regarding potential interference caused by educational FM broadcast radio stations to TV Channel 6, licensed by Atlantic Telecasting Corporation.

WKNS-FM 90.5 broadcast data, Kinston, N.C., 1983-1984 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

WUNC expansion: Grifton, N.C., 1980 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Correspondence, notes and planning materials regarding one of the station expansion options considered by WUNC.

WUNC expansion: Columbia, N.C., 1982 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Application and broadcast signal data regarding one of the station expansion options considered by WUNC.

WZMB-FM 91.3 power increase, Greenville, N.C., 1985 #40278, Subseries: "1.3. Facilities, 1973-1994." Box 5

Correspondence, maps and articles.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.4. Financial, 1976-1990.

About 1,300 items.

Materials include audit, budget, and insurance policy documents; supporting correspondence, forms and applications; and annual financial reports submitted to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB).

Box 6

Audit materials, 1990 #40278, Subseries: "1.4. Financial, 1976-1990." Box 6

Correspondence, memoranda, calculations, supporting documents and 1991 budget projections.

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB): Annual financial reports and audit materials, 1976-1989 #40278, Subseries: "1.4. Financial, 1976-1990." Box 6

Reports, amendments, audits, notes, correspondence, memoranda, calculations, budget ledger sheets, in-kind contribution forms and supporting documents submitted to the CPB.

Crest Financial Services, 1986-1988 #40278, Subseries: "1.4. Financial, 1976-1990." Box 6

Underwriting agreements, correspondence and invoices regarding WUNC's dealings with Crest, prior to the company's legal fallout.

Insurance materials, 1980-1988 #40278, Subseries: "1.4. Financial, 1976-1990." Box 6

Applications, forms, policy notices, inventories, correspondence and memoranda regarding the WUNC Radio Station Broadcasters Libel Insurance Policy, as well as UNC-Chapel Hill's revised equipment policies.

National Federation of Community Broadcasters: Financial training teleconference notes, 1986 #40278, Subseries: "1.4. Financial, 1976-1990." Box 6

National Public Radio (NPR): Copyright royalty tribunal payments, 1986-1988 #40278, Subseries: "1.4. Financial, 1976-1990." Box 6

Memoranda and checks.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Programming, 1929-2004.

About 27,000 items.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by file name; individual files arranged chronologically.

Materials relate to locally and nationally produced programming, the human affairs department, listener relations, special events, station logs, and WUNC's on-air broadcasts. Human affairs materials include the files of human affairs producer Fay Mitchell Henderson; lists and descriptions of cultural programming features, news, and commentaries; programming awards, nominations, and statistics; community listener ascertainment surveys and analyses; program guide materials; underwriting proposals and programs; broadcast scripts; Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) grants; and National Public Radio (NPR) programming materials. Listener mail includes correspondence featuring complaints, suggestions, opinions, and reactions to WUNC programming, requests for program guides, donation letters, thank you notes, and letters of appreciation. Special events materials include photographs, slides, posters, flyers, correspondence, grant proposals, contracts, news articles and press releases, all of which document the planning and promotion of various WUNC-sponsored music and dramatic arts festivals, concerts, celebrations, fundraising campaigns, and broadcast program series throughout central North Carolina. Station logs document the descriptive content, technical details, and people involved in the various types of WUNC's on-air broadcasts, as recorded in features logs, commentary logs, program logs, music continuity logs, and news logs. Audio material consists of 2,688 reel tapes, audiocassettes, digital audio tapes (DAT), and beta cassettes that feature local and national programs, interviews, commentaries, features, music, news, concerts, and other recorded content that was broadcast on WUNC, including several hundred episodes of "Gary Shivers on Jazz."

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992.

About 1,300 items.

Materials relating to locally and nationally produced programming that concerns various aspects of community life. Many items are from the files of Fay Mitchell Henderson, WUNC's human affairs producer and a member of the programming staff from 1979 throughout the 1980s. Materials include lists and descriptions of cultural programming features, news and commentaries; programming awards, nominations, and statistics; community listener ascertainment surveys and analyses; program guide materials; underwriting proposals and programs; broadcast scripts; Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) grants; and National Public Radio (NPR) programming materials.

Box 6

Ascertainment: Analyses of community leader contact sessions, 1978-1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 6

Box 6-7

Box 6

Box 7

Ascertainment: Community leader contact forms, 1976-1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 6-7

Folders 1-3: tabulations, summaries and correspondence. Surveys recorded the human affairs issues that were deemed important by various prominent individuals who were thought to best represent WUNC's listening communities. Surveys appear to have been used by WUNC to influence programming decisions.

Box 7

Ascertainment: Community leader correspondence, 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Ascertainment: Program/needs response forms, 1976-1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Forms are topically arranged and describe programs that aired on WUNC in reponse to suggestions from local community members. Topics include health care, women's rights, environmental concerns and public safety.

Ascertainment: Reports, 1977-1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Annual and quarterly reports that chiefly contain descriptions of news and public affairs features that aired on WUNC in reponse to suggestions from local community members. Program/needs response forms appear to have predated these reports.

Awards and nominations, 1982-1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Correspondence and nomination forms for various national financial awards based on exceptional programming.

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB): Community Service Grants, 1979-1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Grant application, correspondence, notes and supporting documents.

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB): Tune-In grants and advertising, 1987-1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Correspondence, planning materials and supporting documents.

Fay Mitchell Henderson planning meeting materials, 1979-1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Notes, memoranda, correspondence, articles, and reports largely from the WUNC management's annual Quail Roost planning meetings.

Greater Triangle Community Foundation, 1987-1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Informational packets, newsletters, correspondence regarding WUNC grants, and a philanthropy questionaire.

Memoranda received by Fay Mitchell Henderson, 1979-1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Includes Henderson's 1979 offer of employment.

Memoranda sent by Fay Mitchell Henderson, 1979-1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

National Public Radio (NPR): Programming guides and directories, 1980-1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Internal phone directories, memoranda and submission guidelines for "Morning Edition" and "All Things Considered" programs.

Political broadcasting report, 1970, 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Program guide materials, 1977-1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Planning materials and correspondence regarding cost, layout, formatting, advertising, printing and distribution of WUNC's monthly program guide, Listen.

Program guide surveys, 1979-1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Development newsletters and guides regarding fundraising, advertising and listener awareness, as well as program guide data survey sheets, correspondence, notes and calculations.

Programming, 1976-1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Scripts, notes, program lists and summaries.

Programming notes and statistics, 1984-1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Programming scripts, 1992 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Rebroadcast permission letters, 1976-1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Correspondence between WUNC and various local radio stations concerning the potential rebroadcasting of each other's programs.

Underwriting, 1975-1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.1. Human Affairs, 1970-1992." Box 7

Underwriting program descriptions, proposals, correspondence, agreement forms, rates, policies, standards, NPR underwriting guidelines, instructional materials, writings and reports regarding the legalities of fundraising for noncommercial educational radio stations, and other documents related to the role of underwriting at WUNC.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991.

About 1,200 items.

Materials document the planning, organization, communication, promotion, and advertising behind a number of WUNC-sponsored music and dramatic arts festivals, concerts, station anniversary celebrations, fundraising campaigns, and broadcast program series. Materials include photographs and slides; posters and flyers; correspondence; proposals and grants; contracts and agreements; and news articles and press releases. Events chiefly took place in the Triangle region of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, N.C., and involved both national and international acts.

Box 11

A.L. Tommie Bass, Appalachian Herbalest: Correspondence and brochure, 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

See also C-40278/194, a cassette of Bass's old-time harmonica tunes that he sent to WUNC in December 1984.

A Midsummer Night's Dream, North Carolina State University Center Stage, 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Correspondence and flyer.

Image Folder PF-40278/2

Artists' and performers' promotional images, circa 1985-1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." PF-40278/2

Box 11

ArtsCenter reception, Carrboro, N.C., 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Correspondence and list of officials and board members.

Black and Blues festival, Durham, N.C., 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Program, notes, correspondence, contracts.

Carl Kasell lecture and reception, 1991 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Agenda, correspondence, press releases.

Carol Sloane press kit, circa 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Photographs, negatives, contact prints, slides, articles and a CD order form.

Image Folder PF-40278/3

Concert and event images, circa 1985-1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." PF-40278/3

Folder OPF-40278/2

Concert and event posters, 1981-1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Folder OPF-40278/2

1987 Umbria Jazz calendar and concert posters of artists, including Taj Mahal, The Red Clay Ramblers, Woody Herman, A Prarie Home Companion, Jazz at Meridian, and the North Carolina Chamber Soloists.

Box 11

The Crucible, Robert Ward, Duke University, Durham, N.C., 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Correspondence, program and publicity photograph.

Daniel Ericourt Concert, Duke University, Durham, N.C., 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Correspondence, flyers and program.

Earmarks radio series, 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation grant application, proposal and budget.

Eastern Music Festival, 1976-1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Grant applications, proposals, financial documents, notes, flyers, programs, and correspondence regarding WUNC's broadcast of the Greensboro, N.C., festival, often with the partnership or support of other radio stations and local businesses.

Image Folder PF-40278/4

Images for Listen program guide, 1985-1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." PF-40278/4

Box 11

Jazz at Meridian, 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Correspondence and signed agreement.

Johnny Mercer tribute concert, 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Budget and sales summaries.

Keyboard Heard Through 20th Century Ears, Perry Townsend concert flyers, Raleigh, N.C., 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

London Serpent Trio, Chapel Hill, N.C., 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Programs, flyers, correspondence and promotional writings.

Marion Verbruggen concert, 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Flyers, articles, press releases, correspondence and a photograph.

Metropolitan Opera on West Virginia public radio, 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Correspondence and press releases.

North Carolina Chamber Soloists performances, Chapel Hill, N.C., 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Town of Chapel Hill grant application, proposal, memorandum, program and ticket forms.

North Carolina Poets, 1985-1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Grant applications, correspondence and poetry submitted for on-air broadcast.

North Carolina School of the Arts, State Capitol Chamber Music Series, Raleigh, N.C., 1988-1991 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Flyers, programs, contracts, correspondence and a photograph.

North Carolina Symphony: Chapel Hill Pops Summer Concert series, 1988-1990 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Flyers, programs, correspondence, news articles, press releases and photographs.

North Carolina Symphony: North Carolina Dance Theater, 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Press release, correspondence and program.

North Carolina Symphony: Pops at Meridian, Durham, N.C., 1990 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Poster and program.

Image Folder PF-40278/5

North Carolina Zoo: Photographic prints for Listen magazine, 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." PF-40278/5

Box 11

Other America's Radio programming, 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Press release, program and flyers.

Photograph request correspondence, 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Letters sent from WUNC to national record companies and promotional agencies requesting recent photographs of various classical and jazz artists.

"Prairie Home Companion," 1981-1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Broadcasting agreements, correspondence, press releases and photographic prints of host Garrison Keillor.

"Prarie Home Companion": 2nd Annual Fairwell, Radio City Music Hall, New York, N.Y., 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Correspondence and program.

Pratie Heads concert, 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Tickets, programs, flyers, articles, correspondence and a press release from a group of British Isles musicians performing at a UNC-Chapel Hill St. Patrick's Day celebration.

Image Folder PF-40278/6

Preschool Welcome Wagon Jazz Concert: Photographic negatives and contact prints, 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." PF-40278/6

Box 11

Profile of Triangle Communities: Radio series grant application, 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Grant application to Greater Triangle Community Foundation.

Public radio in Roanoke Rapids, N.C., 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Correspondence and articles regarding the presence of WUNC and public radio in the Roanoke Valley region.

Raffi concert, 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Press release and payment voucher.

Red Clay Ramblers 15th anniversary concert, 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Memorandums, flyers, articles, ticket sales forms, a publicity photograph and negatives.

Scott Simon lecture correspondence, 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

"Sound of Writing" series, 1986-1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Press releases, program descriptions and correspondence.

Southern Educational Communication Association Children's Audio Project agreement, 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Stories, Sermons and the Grace of Women: An Evening with John Rosenthal and Carol Richard, Artspace, Raleigh, N.C., 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Photographs, tickets, programs and flyers.

"Thistle and Shamrock" series concert tours and promotional materials, 1987-1990 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Correspondence, flyers, programs, articles, contracts, photographs, negatives and other promotional materials relating to the 1989 and 1990 American concert tours of Scottish musicians, as organized and sponsored by the traditional Celtic music series, "Thistle and Shamrock", hosted by Fiona Ritchie and broadcast on WFAE-FM from the UNC-Charlotte campus.

Three Duos and a Trio jazz concert, Dearie, Dorough and Frishberg, Raleigh, N.C., 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Photographs, negatives, about 60 slides, programs, and budgeting and ticket information.

Threepenny Opera, Theatre in the Park, Raleigh, N.C., 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Playbill and correspondence.

Tichina Vaughn and Derrick Lawrence concert, 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Photographs, press release and signed program.

Umbria Jazz Festival, 1987-1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Correspondence, memoranda, flyers, programs, contracts, payment vouchers, financial reports, committee meeting minutes, promotional radio spots, and other planning materials.

Umbria Jazz Festival: Artists, 1987-1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Musicians' biographies, articles, photographic prints and negatives.

Umbria Jazz Festival: Press releases, 1987-1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

UNC Jazz Festival: Press release, 1991 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

University of North Texas One-O'Clock Lab Band concert, 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Photograph, flyers, correspondence, press releases, promotional writings and articles.

West End Chamber Concerts, Artschool, Carrboro, N.C., 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Photograph, flyer, and press releases.

Woody Herman concert, 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Contracts, agreements, correspondence and payment vouchers.

WUNC: 10th Anniversary Celebration, 1985-1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 11

Planning correspondence, news articles, press releases, program guide, signed anniversary concert programs, photographs and contact prints. Also includes signed letters of appreciation from United States President Ronald Reagan, and from several North Carolina politicians and executives.

Box 12

WUNC: Anniversary celebrations, 1980-1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 12

Birthday and anniversary cards, postcards, letters, and celebration luncheon planning materials and agendas.

WUNC: Fundraisers and celebrations, 1988-1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 12

Fundraising crossword puzzle, fundraiser event invitation, and volunteer tea party materials.

WUNC: Hear the Difference, Capitol Campaign, 1988-1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 12

Capital Campaign brochure, and correspondence and agreements between WUNC and a Greenville, N.C., printmaker whom the station had commissioned to create a piece of Capital Campaign artwork.

WUNC: Hear the Difference Challenge Fund, 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 12

WUNC: Special events handbook and event lists, 1986-1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 12

WUNC: Special events press releases, 1985-1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.3. Special Events, 1976-1991." Box 12

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004.

About 17,700 items.

Materials document the descriptive content, technical details, and people involved in the various types of WUNC's on-air broadcasts.

Logs are arranged both chronologically and topically and contain varying levels of description regarding featured stories and interviews slated for on-air broadcast. Features logs note broadcast dates, reel numbers, and cut numbers.

Commentary logs are arranged alphabetically by commentators' last names and contain varying levels of detail regarding topical program content; commentator biographies; on-air prompts; and time, length, and reel information.

Program logs are arranged chronologically and appear to have been kept by disc jockeys during their radio shows as per a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requirement. Logs were kept daily and contain information pertaining to each disc jockey's time-in and time-out, brief program descriptions, and other on-air activities. Program logs are similar in scope to the information contained in WUNC's published monthly program guide, Listen.

Music continuity logs are arranged chronologically and detail song names and lengths, musicians' names and instruments, and record label information. Continuity logs appear to be the music-based equivalent of the station's daily program logs.

News logs are arranged chronologically and detail news spots, clips, and on-air prompts. News logs are computer printouts that chiefly take the form of listserv correspondence.

Note: Many audio recordings of these on-air broadcasts can be found in Series 2.5. Media.

Box 12

Commentaries, A-Z, 1977-2002 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 12

Features, topical, 1977-1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 12

Features, 1977-1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 12

Box 13

Features, 1988-2000 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 13

Features, NCPR, politics, 1993-1996 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 13

Music Continuity, September 1984-April 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 13

Box 14

Music Continuity, May 1985-December 1985; January 1989-August 1990 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 14

Box 15

Music Continuity, September 1990-July 1992 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 15

Box 16

Music Continuity, August 1992-December 1994 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 16

Box 17

Music Continuity, January 1995-July 1995 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 17

Box 18

Music Continuity, July 1995-November 1995 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 18

Box 19

Music Continuity, December 1995-December 1997 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 19

News, 1999-May 2001 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 19

Box 20

News, June 2001-May 2003 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 20

Box 21

News, June 2003-March 2004 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 21

Program logs, October 1983-September 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 21

Box 22

Program logs, October 1984-August 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 22

Box 23

Program logs, September 1986-August 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 23

Box 24

Program logs, September 1988-September 1990 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 24

Box 25

Program logs, October 1990-December 1991; April 1996-February 1998 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 25

Box 26

Program logs, March 1998-February 1999 #40278, Subseries: "2.4. Station Logs, 1977-2004." Box 26

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994.

2,708 items.

Materials include reel tapes, audiocassettes, digital audio tapes (DAT), and beta cassettes that feature local and national programs, interviews, commentaries, features, music, news, concerts and special events, and other recorded content that was broadcast on WUNC. Programs that feature prominently in the collection include "Gary Shivers on Jazz," "People's Pharmacy with Joe Graedon," and "Eight O'Clock."

Note that many of these recordings may correspond with the printed WUNC station logs.

Note that both titles and descriptions of the audio recordings were transcribed from the individual items or materials that accompany them.

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/78

[DJN] no. #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/78

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/16

15XINO9 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/16

Audiotape T-40278/2025

1985 records tape no. 2 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2025

Audiotape T-40278/2052

1985 records tape no. 3 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2052

Audiotape T-40278/1000

1992 Election Coverage: Awards Entry #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1000

Work tape

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/93

2 Boys, 23 February #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/93

Audiotape T-40278/1767

400th Anniversary of Roanoke Settlement, 31 March 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1767

Historian David Beers Quinn speaking on the 400th anniversary of the settling of Roanoke Island; Reel 1 of 1; 29:58; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/900

50 Years of the American Dance Festival, 8 June 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/900

Reel 1 of 1; 27:27; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/385

5th Annual North Carolina Collegiate Jazz Festival, 23 April 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/385

Reel 2 of 2; 55:22; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/2

6-09-H2 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/2

Audiocassette C-40278/1

900 Number Series #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/1

90:00

Audiotape T-40278/23

A Migratory Life, 22 June 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/23

55:04; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1102

A.I. Solzhenitsyn Commencement, 9 June 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1102

1:06:30; 3.75 ips?

Audiocassette C-40278/67

A.L. Gov - N. Davis and B Ayers #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/67

Audiocassette C-40278/194

A.L. Tommie Bass, old-time harmonica tunes, Alabama, 1984, 1 December 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/194

Audiotape T-40278/283

Abortion 1983, 17 January 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/283

Dr. Mary Jane Gray, Adjunct Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, UNC, Paul Stam, Jr., President, Wake County Chapter of Right to Life, and Jon Allen, North Carolina National Organization of Women, Chairwoman of Task Force on Reproductive Rights, consider pros and cons of abortion; Reel 1 of 1; 31:42; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1722

Abstract Expressionism, 1 November 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1722

Dr. James Applewhite, Director, Duke Institute of the Arts; and Dr. Elizabeth Higdon, Professor of Abstract Expressionism at Duke, on the Festival of Abstract Expressionism and American Arts in the 1950s; Reel 1 of 1; 16:34

Audiocassette C-40278/40

ACW, Morning News, Gov. L. Douglas Wilder #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/40

Wilder tape 2 discussing Paul Goldman; 60:00

Audiotape T-40278/277

Adult Basic Education I, 8 March 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/277

Florence Taylor, North Carolina Department of Community Colleges, Arlene Fingeret, Marilyn Komarc and adult students at North Carolina State, Lourdes Shelley and Nancy Blount at Wake Technical College discuss adult basic education; Reel 1 of 1; 26:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/278

Adult Basic Education II #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/278

Dr. Arlene Fingeret and students at North Carolina State University, Lourdes Shelley, Director, Nancy Blount, instructor, and students at Wake Tech, Florence Taylor, North Carolina Department. of Community Colleges on adult education; Reel 1 of 1; 31:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/970

Aerobics: What are you Getting Anyway #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/970

Reel 1 of 1; 29:20; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/83

African American #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/83

Audiocassette C-40278/128

Afro pop #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/128

Audiotape T-40278/884

After the Hunt-Helms First Debate, 2 August 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/884

Reel 1 of 1; 31:34; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/116

Ahmad Jamal Quartet, 25 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/116

7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/276

AIDS Attack, 14 March 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/276

Dr. Mike Cohen, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Dr. Campbell McMillan, MCMH Hemophilia Center, discuss AIDS, its effects, and reactions to it; Reel 1 of 1; 27:24; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2047

Aids Series with John Dalzell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2047

Audiotape T-40278/1771

Air Check, condensed, 1 June 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1771

Reel 1 of 1; 18:24; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1583

Airport Expansion, 6 July 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1583

Reel 1 of 1; 28:58; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/121

Al Grey/Buddy Tate Quintet, 14 April 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/121

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/169

AL. Gov 2 Hubbert + B. Folsom #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/169

Audiotape T-40278/1728

Alma Mater of UNC: Hark the Sound of Tar Heel Voices, 1 January 1929 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1728

Kay Kyser and his Orchestra, 1929 recording; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1134

American Adventure Radio: Earl Wynn and others America - Israeli Jews #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1134

Audiotape T-40278/1132

American Adventure Radio: King with Crown #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1132

7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1578

American Dance Festival International, 14 June 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1578

Reel 1 of 1; 17:10; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/319

American Dance Festival, 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/319

Charles Reinhart, American Dance Festival Director, comments on the 1985 season, and the past and purpose of the festival; Reel 1 of 1; 30:56; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1435

American Ideas in the 20th Century: The Artist and the Mesa by Pearl S. Buck #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1435

Original date 19 May 1959; 28:30

Audiotape T-40278/1355

American Music Special: Charles Ives #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1355

Reel 1 of 1; 59:10; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/152

America's Town Meeting of the Air: Wesley Wallace #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/152

Audiotape T-40278/1393

An Evening with: Marian McPartland, 13 February 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1393

Marian McPartland, piano; Steve LaSpina, bass; recorded live at Stephen's, Chapel Hill; Reel 1 of 1; 54:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/525

An Evening with: D-Day, 30 May 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/525

Reel 1 of 2; 59:15; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/526

An Evening with: D-Day, 30 May 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/526

Reel 2 of 2; 47:10; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1080

An Evening with: Duke Ellington II (Martin Williams), 24 April 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1080

Reel 2 of 2; 53:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/218

An Evening with: James Ketch Quartet Plays Ellington, 7 April 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/218

Reel 1 of 2; 65:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/517

An Evening with: Gerard Hoffnung, Hoffnung Music Festival Concert, 1 November 1956 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/517

Includes excerpt from Gerard Hoffnung at the Oxford Union; Reel 1 of 3; 60:40; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/518

An Evening with: Gerard Hoffnung, Hoffnung Interplanetary Music Festival, 1 November 1958 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/518

Reel 2 of 3; 64:01; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/519

An Evening with: Gerard Hoffnung, Hoffnung Astronautical Music Festival, 1 November 1961 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/519

Includes Gerard Hoffnung at the Oxford Union; Reel 3 of 3; 54:52; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/524

An Evening with: Ned Rorem, 17 May 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/524

Reel 2 of 2; 43:16; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1402

An Evening with: Carol Sloane, studio set with Norman Simmons, 28 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1402

Reel 1 of 2; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1436

An Evening with: The Carolina Choir #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1436

Bach B minor Mass, Part II; Reel 2 of 3; 65:20; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1437

An Evening with: The Carolina Choir #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1437

Mozart Requiem; Reel 3 of 3; 56:47; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1443

An Evening with: Jack Benny and Fred Allen, 29 January 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1443

Reel 1 of 4; 59:46; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1444

An Evening with: Jack Benny and Fred Allen, 29 January 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1444

Reel 2 of 4; 59:25; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1445

An Evening with: Jack Benny and Fred Allen, 29 January 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1445

Reel 3 of 4; 57:03; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1446

An Evening with: Jack Benny and Fred Allen, 29 January 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1446

Reel 4 of 4; 59:33; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1453

An Evening with: Tashi #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1453

Mozart, Reger; Reel 1 of 2; 54:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1454

An Evening with: Tashi #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1454

Bartok, Stravinsky; Reel 2 of 2; 23:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1455

An Evening with: Ned Rorem, 17 March 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1455

Reel 1 of 2; 50:18; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1498

An Evening with: The Carolina Choir, 7 August 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1498

Bach B Minor Mass, Part I; Reel 1 of 3; 63:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1680

An Evening with: Anner Bylsma #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1680

Reel 2 of 3; 20:44; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1694

An Evening with: Marathon #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1694

Reel 4 of 4; 27:32; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1704

An Evening with: Marathon #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1704

Reel 4 of 4; 27:32; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1447

An Evening with: Marathon #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1447

OC: Finale of Cabaret (Joel Grey) Drum Roll; Reel 1 of 4; 59:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1448

An Evening with: Marathon #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1448

OC: Song, So In Love sung by Mabel Mercer; Reel 2 of 4; 60:19; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1449

An Evening with: Marathon #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1449

OC: Song, Happy Ending; Reel 3 of 4; 59:40; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/541

An Evening with: Susannah McCorkle #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/541

Reel 1 of 2; 1:21:35; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/58

Anderson #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/58

Audiocassette C-40278/171

Andre Jones Parents/Chief Tucker #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/171

Audiotape T-40278/325

Andy Griffith at Governor's Conference, 26 April 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/325

Andy Griffith spins yarns; Reel 1 of 1; 24:25; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1089

Andy Irvine at Rhythm Alley, 10 September 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1089

Reel 1 of 2; 54:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1103

Angela Davis, 1 January 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1103

55:00

Audiocassette C-40278/66

Ann Baker Dun Sen. Corp. #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/66

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/95

Ann Fogelman, 21 October #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/95

Audiotape T-40278/1542

Anner Bylsma, 10 November 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1542

Reel 1 of 2; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1543

Anner Bylsma, 10 November 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1543

Reel 2 of 2; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1544

Anner Bylsma and Society for Performance on Original Instruments, 17 March 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1544

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/217

Anner Bylsma and Society for Performance on Original Instruments, 17 March 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/217

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2289

Another Face of Jazz with Michael Cuscuna #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2289

Program 1: Gil Evans and Lee Konitz; Program 2: Jaki Byard; audio promos for each show; produced by Steve Rathe and David Eyges with Phil Garfinkel and Lauren Krenzel 1988; 28:42, 28:27, 00:30, 00:60

Audiotape T-40278/265

Approaches to Solar Housing, 1 December 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/265

Dr. Herbert Eckerlin, NCSU; Bruce Winterhalder, UNC Professor and solar homeowner; Arnie Katz, North Carolina Land Trustees; and Freeman Ledbetter, Developer of Green Mill, a solar community in Durham discuss solar houses; Reel 1 of 1; 26:54; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/949

Approval for Mobile Homes, 1 January 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/949

Mobile Home Market; Reel 1 of 1; 21:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/847

Area Black Entrepreneurs #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/847

Profiles Ma Brown's Bake Shop, Able Machining and Electronics, and North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Co. 29:05

Audiotape T-40278/337

Area Roads Update #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/337

Cindy Shearer, Durham Transportation Systems engineer; Danny Pleasant, Chapel Hill Transportation Planner; Ed Johnson, North Carolina Department of Transportation Planning Coordinator; and Raleigh Planning Director George Chapman comment on the construction of roads in our area; Reel 1 of 1; 29:30; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/111

Artists for Gantt #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/111

Audiotape T-40278/1907

ATC, 15 June 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1907

Audiotape T-40278/1770

ATC: Promo Tape #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1770

American Tobacco Campus

Audiotape T-40278/849

Athletics and Academics I, 1 March 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/849

Coaches Dean Smith, Jim Valvano, Mike Krzyzewski, UNC President William Friday, NCCU Chancellor Leroy Walker, NCSU Vice Chancellor Hardy Berry, and NCSU Faculty Senate Chair Robert Fearn; 29:52; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/975

Athletics and Academics II #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/975

Coaches Dean Smith, Jim Valvano, Mike Krzyzewski, UNC President William Friday, North CarolinaCU Chancellor Leroy Walker and North Carolina State Vice Chancellor Hardy Berry on aspects of the athletics vs. academic debate; 26:17

Audiocassette C-40278/160

ATL 2/ Moses White Maj. Jones #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/160

Audiotape T-40278/1597

Attract Industry, Attract Jobs I #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1597

Reel 1 of 1; 27:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1598

Attract Industry, Attract Jobs II #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1598

Reel 1 of 1; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/116

Austin Carr, 15 October #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/116

Audiocassette C-40278/28

Awards: Public Radio News Directors Association PRNDA 1998 Awards Division A and B winners, 1 January 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/28

Audiocassette C-40278/172

Ayers + Davis #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/172

Audiocassette C-40278/118

Back Porch Music: K. Carey #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/118

Audiotape T-40278/535

Back Porch Music: Touchstone Live, 16 January 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/535

Reel 1 of 1; 40:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1863

Back Porch Music: WPAQ, Mt. Airy documentary #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1863

A half-hour documentary featuring music from the archives of WPAQ and interviews with musicians who have been associated with the station over the years, as well as on-air personalities. Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, WPAQ contains a treasure trove of unique recordings from radio's golden age, by many of America's most important bluegrass and old time music pioneers. The radio station has played an important role in the preservation and development of the region's music, over the past 40 years. Includes interviews with Mac Wiseman, Mike Seeger, Jim Eanes as well as station manager and founder Ralph Epperson and other radio personalities; 30:00; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/60

Back Porch Music: Live Listen '90 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/60

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/67

Back Porch Music: Bob Vasile, 17 April 1993 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/67

Audiotape T-40278/222

Back Porch Music: Ladysmith Black Mambazo, 10 November 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/222

Reel 1 of 1; 53:25; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/999

Back Porch Music: Carter Family Special, 1 July 1990 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/999

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/103

[Back To Work] #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/103

Audiotape T-40278/1466

Barbara Lea on Willard Robison, 21 March 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1466

Reel 1 of 1; 60:16; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/88

Bartlett-Winston-Chase- Johnson #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/88

Audiocassette C-40278/107

Basken #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/107

Audiotape T-40278/149

Beausoleil, 23 March 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/149

Reel 2 of 2; 68:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/154

Beausoleil, 23 March 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/154

Reel 1 of 2; 63:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/180

Beausoleil Select Cuts, 23 March 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/180

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/221

Beausoleil 1st set, 23 March 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/221

Reel 1 of 1; 38:08; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/915

Beausoleil, 23 March 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/915

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/180

Beck. Two H.S. Stu + Tea History Professor Sallis-B #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/180

Audiocassette C-40278/198

Beckwith #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/198

Side A: Stewpot/Johnson; Side B: A. Henry

Audiotape T-40278/386

Bennett #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/386

Bennett Master Reel

Audiotape T-40278/330

Bennett Now National Endowment Chairman, 25 February 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/330

John Dalzell interviews William Bennett on his new job as chair of the National Endowment for the Humanities, how this differs from his position with National Humanities Center, and what to expect in the years of restricted budgets; Reel 1 of 1; 29:24; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/7

Bennie Wallace I, ArtsCenter, 20 November 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/7

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/8

Bennie Wallace II, 20 November 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/8

Audiotape T-40278/1540

Bestemming Destination Bernstein, Smith, Hannay: Classical performances, 1 April 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1540

Recorded and broadcast by Belgian Radio; Reel 1 of 1; 27:00

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/69

BG Cutups #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/69

Audiotape T-40278/2148

Biblical Masterpieces: The Ode of Deborah, 8 May 1959 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2148

Program no. 3 Pilot; Reel 1 of 1; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/988

Big Boy Henry, 17 August 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/988

Reel 1 of 1; 34:50; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/136

Bill Mansfield #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/136

Audiotape T-40278/1914

Billy Barnes Reel 1 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1914

St. Paul Chamber Orchestra no. 9225, dub for wets; 52:19

Audiotape T-40278/1915

Billy Barnes Reel 2: Cut 13, Martin Luther King Tribute #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1915

Audiotape T-40278/257

Billy Graham: A Retrospective Part 1 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/257

Reverend Peter Lee, Professor Doris Betts, Professor Sam Hill, and Moderator Claudius Miller reflect upon Dr. Billy Graham's Visit to Chapel Hill and comment upon evangelicalism and fundamentalism in religion; Reel 1 of 1; 33:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/259

Billy Graham: A Retrospective Part 2 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/259

The program is the second half of a conversation dealing with the visit of Dr. Billy Graham to Chapel Hill, 27 September-1 October 1982. Tonight's program deals with the changes which have occurred in mainline Christianity in the past 30 years. The guests are Professor Doris Betts, UNC-CH; Professor Sam Hill, University of Florida; Reverend Peter Lee; and moderator Claudius Miller; Reel 1 of 1; 25:16; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/931

Billy Taylor Trio, 25 March 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/931

jazz tunes; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2336

Billy Taylor Trio II, 27 March 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2336

Audiotape T-40278/1604

Biocides, 1 December 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1604

Reel 1 of 1; 28:02; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/207

Biomedical Consequences of Nuclear War, 22 April 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/207

Reel 1 of 1; 29:44; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/63

Black Art: Ambiance #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/63

Audiocassette C-40278/149

Black Art Tour: B. Potter #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/149

Audiotape T-40278/274

Black Politicians and North Carolina #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/274

North Carolina Representative Kenneth Spaulding, D- Durham, and former Congressional candidate Mickey Michaux discuss black involvement in state politics; Reel 1 of 1; 29:04

Audiocassette C-40278/64

Blain interviews Hillary Clinton #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/64

Audiotape T-40278/163

Blossum Dearie, Bob Dorough, Dave Frishberg, 16 March 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/163

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/164

Blossum Dearie, Bob Dorough, Dave Frishberg, Art Museum 1st set, 16 March 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/164

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1242

Blossum Dearie, Bob Dorough, Dave Frishberg, 16 March 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1242

Reel 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1823

Blossum Dearie/Dave Frishberg/Bob Dorough/Takas, 16 March 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1823

Blossum Dearie, set I and II (17:12 and 8:55); Dave Frishberg set (16:08); and Bob Dorough and Bill Takas Set (21:00) performing at the North Carolina Art Museum in Raleigh; Reel 1 of 1; 63:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1804

Bob and Ray Radio Show Fundraiser 1984, 31 January 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1804

Reel 1 of 1; 34:42; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1641

Bob Brookmeyer/Clark Terry, 21 February 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1641

Performing at Hotel Europa; 25:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1647

Bob Brookmeyer/Clark Terry/Carol Sloane, 21 February 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1647

11:59; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1656

Bob Brookmeyer/Tommy Flanagan Quartet, 21 February 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1656

7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1126

Bob Brookmeyer, Tony Flanagan, 21 February 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1126

Reel 2; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1127

Bob Brookmeyer, Tony Flanagan, 21 February 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1127

Reel 1; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1167

Bob Brookmeyer/Clark Terry Quintet with Carol Sloane, 21 February 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1167

Reel 5; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1385

Bob Edwards Speech at Playmakers Theatre, UNC #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1385

Recording date 4 April (year unknown), broadcast Friday 17 April (year unknown, likely 1987, possibly 1981 or 1992); Reel 1 of 1; 29:08; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1955

Bob Langford #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1955

Reel 1

Audiotape T-40278/1964

Bob Lauterborn on Advertising #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1964

Reel 2

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/34

Bob Vasilie #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/34

Audiotape T-40278/2345

Bobby Enriquez, Umbria Jazz at the Europa, 26 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2345

Audiotape T-40278/1052

Bobby McMillan, Part 1 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1052

Folklorist with visiting artist at Mitchell Community College in Statesville, N.C.

Audiotape T-40278/533

Bonsanti/Ashley, 5 August 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/533

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/534

Bonsanti/Ashley, 5 August 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/534

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2256

Boston Symphony Program A85-50 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2256

7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2257

Boston Symphony Program A85-51 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2257

7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/65

Boys of the Lough, ArtsCenter, 22 March 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/65

Audiotape T-40278/119

Branford Marsalis in Concert at Carolina Theater, 25 April 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/119

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/120

Branford Marsalis in Concert at Carolina Theater, 25 April 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/120

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/290

Bread for the World, 13 November 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/290

Bread for the World, a Christian organization founded to fight world hunger represented here by Steven Coates of NYC, Director of Issues, a division of Bread for the World. Locals Jennifer Henderson of Fayetteville, N.C., Executive Director of the North Carolina Hunger Coalition, and Father Charles Mulholland, Pastor Washington, North Carolina, Mother of Mercy Catholic Church (works with rural poor of North Carolina); Reel 1 of 1; 29:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1181

Brian Torff/Gany Dial/Marcel Smith 3, 31 March 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1181

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/29

Bridges/Parrish #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/29

Side A: Bridges; Side B: Parrish; 90:00

Audiotape T-40278/1264

British-American Festival: Badgett Sisters/Gospel Jubilators, 3 June 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1264

Reel 6 of 10; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1265

British-American Festival: Coastlines of the Atlantic, 2 June 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1265

Reel 1 of 10; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/156

British-American Festival: Mike Seeger, 2 June 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/156

Reel 1 of 10; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/906

British-American Festival, 29 May 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/906

Festival Director George Holt and Folklorist Derle Coulter comment on festival activities; Reel 1 of 1; 30:20; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1123

British-American Festival: Tony Barrand and John Roberts (and Morris Dancers), 3 June 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1123

Reel 10 of 10; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/219

British-American Folklife Festival: Highlights, 2 June 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/219

Reel 1 of 3; 60:24; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1239

British-American Festival: John Roberts and Tony Barrand #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1239

Reel 2 of 10; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1243

British-American Festival: Songs of the Immigrants and Cherokee Dancing, 2 June 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1243

Reel 5 of 10; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/213

British-American Folklife Festival: Highlights, 2 June 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/213

Reel 3 of 3; 58:20; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/214

British-American Folklife Festival: Highlights, 2 June 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/214

Reel 2 of 3; 57:08; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/36

Brown #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/36

60:00

Audiotape T-40278/1310

Brubeck Concert 1, set 2, part 2, 18 February 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1310

Reel 4 of 8

Audiotape T-40278/161

Buck Creek Jazz Band, 1 March 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/161

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/342

Buck Creek Jazz Band, 21 February 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/342

The Chant, Hiawatha (Gil Brown, drums), Panama Ray (John Skillman, clarinet) recorded at the Temple Theatre, Sanford; Reel 1 of 1; 21:08; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1762

Buckdancing feature, 19 January 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1762

Reel 1 of 1

Audiotape T-40278/1328

Buckminster Fuller #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1328

Original broadcast followed with early baroque music to fill the hour to 7; 48:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1432

Buckminster Fuller: The 50 Year Experiment, Parts 1 and 2, 5 November 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1432

From New Dimensions Radio; Reel 1 of 2; 58:20; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1433

Buckminster Fuller: The 50 Year Experiment Part 3, 5 November 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1433

From New Dimensions Radio; Reel 2 of 2; 29:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/958

Bureaucracy and Public Service, 23 March 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/958

Virginia Tech professor and author of The Case for Bureaucracy Charles Goodsell and others; Reel 1 of 1; 27:48; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/183

Bush ALA Rally #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/183

Audiotape T-40278/1050

Business Briefs #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1050

Master Reel 2

Audiotape T-40278/1606

Business of Christmas, 1 December 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1606

Reel 1 of 1; 28:53; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/983

Busy October at the North Carolina Museum of Art, 8 October 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/983

Reel 1 of 1; 30:07; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/297

Bynum Cancer Rate Long version, 29 January 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/297

Tom Glendinning, co-founder of the Haw River Assembly, and Dr. Carl Shy, UNC epidemiologist on the suspected causes of a high cancer death rate in Bynum, triple the rate of North Carolina average; Reel 1 of 1; 24:42; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/159

Byrd and Brass, 13 January 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/159

Reel 2 of 2; 40:41; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/919

Byrd and Brass Selected tunes, 13 January 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/919

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/922

Byrd and Brass 2nd set, 13 January 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/922

Reel 2 of 2; 23:06; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/942

Byrd and Brass 1st Set, 13 January 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/942

Reel 1 of 2; 23:23; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1653

Byrd and Brass Featuring brass quintet, 3 January 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1653

Scherzo; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/105

C. Lambeth, 22 October #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/105

Audiotape T-40278/194

Cal Collins Autumn in New York, 30 July 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/194

Reel 1 of 1; 15 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/5

Caldwell Systems Documentary #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/5

60:00

Audiocassette C-40278/121

Calhoun Interview #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/121

Audiocassette C-40278/38

Camp Lejeune Marine Corporal Mundy #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/38

60:00

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/128

Campus Steadicam 10/29 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/128

Audiocassette C-40278/59

Cancer #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/59

Audiotape T-40278/1813

Candidate's Forum House of Representatives, North Carolina 4th District, 9 October 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1813

Reel 1 of 1; 56:43; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/961

Candidates Forum I, 6 April 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/961

Reel 1 of 2; 30:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/962

Candidates Forum II Q and A on Crime, etc., 6 April 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/962

Reel 2 of 2; 27:02; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2266

Capital Campaign, 10 April 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2266

12:00

Audiotape T-40278/2268

Capital Campaign, 13 March 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2268

DBX EQ Changes; 10:00

Audiotape T-40278/2269

Capital Campaign, 13 March 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2269

Non DBX; 10:00

Audiotape T-40278/2351

Capital Campaign Field Tape 1 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2351

Audiotape T-40278/2352

Capital Campaign Field Tape 2 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2352

Audiotape T-40278/2353

Capital Campaign Field Tape 3 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2353

Audiotape T-40278/2354

Capital Campaign Field Tape 4 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2354

Audiotape T-40278/2355

Capital Campaign Field Tape 5 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2355

Audiotape T-40278/2356

Capital Campaign Field Tape 6 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2356

Audiotape T-40278/2357

Capital Campaign Field Tape 7 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2357

Audiotape T-40278/2358

Capital Campaign Field Tape 9 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2358

Audiotape T-40278/2359

Capital Campaign Field Tape 10 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2359

Audiotape T-40278/2343

Capital Campaign Field Tape 11 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2343

Audiotape T-40278/2360

Capital Campaign Field Tape 12 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2360

Audiotape T-40278/2361

Capital Campaign Field Tape 13 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2361

Audiotape T-40278/2362

Capital Campaign Field Tape 14 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2362

Audiotape T-40278/2363

Capital Campaign Field Tape 15 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2363

Audiotape T-40278/2364

Capital Campaign Field Tape 16 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2364

Audiotape T-40278/2365

Capital Campaign Field Tape 17 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2365

Audiotape T-40278/2366

Capital Campaign Field Tape 18 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2366

Audiotape T-40278/2367

Capital Campaign Field Tape 19 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2367

Audiotape T-40278/2368

Capital Campaign Field Tape 20 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2368

Audiotape T-40278/2369

Capital Campaign Field Tape 21 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2369

Audiotape T-40278/2370

Capital Campaign Field Tape 22 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2370

Audiotape T-40278/358

Capital Fund Raising Spots #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/358

Audiotape T-40278/839

Career Ladder and other Programs for Education, 1 December 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/839

Improving education in North Carolina Schools; Reel 1 of 1; 29:48; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1587

Career Paths, 22 August 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1587

Reel 1 of 1; 27:35; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2053

Carl Jazz #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2053

Early Jazz; Reel 1 of 2

Audiotape T-40278/1726

Carl Kasell remembers Swain Hall, UNC, 1 April 1990 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1726

Carl Kasell remembers the early years in Swain Hall. Ham and Biscuits.

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/75

Carl Voice #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/75

Audiotape T-40278/865

Carol Sloane Pledge Breaks, 6 September 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/865

Reel 1 of 1; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1177

Carol Sloane, 20 November 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1177

2nd set

Audiotape T-40278/1490

Carol Sloane Performance at Stephen's, 28 October 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1490

Dinner set; mentions Gary Shivers; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1491

Carol Sloane Performance at Stephen's, 29 October 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1491

Show no. 1

Audiotape T-40278/1492

Carol Sloane Performance at Stephen's, 26 October 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1492

Set 2; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1615

Carol Sloane - Cal Collins Selected Tunes, 7 September 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1615

Performed at the Art School; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1173

Carol Sloane/Cal Collins The Premium Album, 6 September 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1173

Reel 1 of 2; 28:26 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/911

Carol Sloane/Cal Collins at Art School, 7 September 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/911

Reel 1; 23:07; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1493

Carol Sloane/Gene Bertoncini/Michael Moore, 19 November 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1493

Late set, Part II; Reel 1 of 3

Audiotape T-40278/1494

Carol Sloane/Gene Bertoncini/Michael Moore, 19 November 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1494

Dinner Set, Part II; Reel 2 of 3

Audiotape T-40278/1495

Carol Sloane/Gene Bertoncini/Michael Moore, 19 November 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1495

Dinner set, Part I; Reel 3 of 3

Audiotape T-40278/1515

Carol Sloane/Santisi Duets, 29 October 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1515

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/122

Carol Sloane and Cal Collins: Sloane Collins at the Art School, 7 September 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/122

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/124

Carol Sloane and Cal Collins: The Premium Album, 6 September 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/124

Reel 2 of 2; 28:58 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/125

Carol Sloane and Cal Collins: Sloane Collins at the Art School, 7 September 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/125

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/184

Carol Sloane and Cal Collins at the Art School Highlights from the 2nd set, 7 September 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/184

Reel 2 of 2; 25:14; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/245

Carol Sloane and Norman Simmons, 28 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/245

Reel 3; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/248

Carol Sloane and Norman Simmons, 28 September 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/248

Reel 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/250

Carol Sloane and Norman Simmons, 28 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/250

Reel 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/177

Carol Sloane and Paul Montgomery Listen '87 studio performance, 1 November 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/177

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1828

Carol Sloane and Paul Montgomery Live at the Vill Tes, 13 December 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1828

Reel 1 of 3; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1829

Carol Sloane and Paul Montgomery Live at the Vill Tes, 13 December 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1829

Reel 2 of 3; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1830

Carol Sloane and Paul Montgomery Live at the Vill Tes, 13 December 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1830

Reel 3 of 3; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1824

Carol Sloane and Phil Woods #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1824

7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1825

Carol Sloane and Phil Woods, 4 March 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1825

Reel 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1831

Carol Sloane and Shivers #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1831

1st segment; Reel 1 of 3

Audiotape T-40278/1832

Carol Sloane and Shivers #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1832

2nd segment; Reel 2 of 3

Audiotape T-40278/1833

Carol Sloane and Shivers #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1833

3rd segment; Reel 3 of 3

Audiotape T-40278/1508

Carol Sloane and Trio, 17 December 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1508

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1519

Carol Sloane and Trio, 17 December 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1519

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1522

Carol Sloane and Trio, 16 December 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1522

Reel 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1496

Carol Sloane at Stephen's Beatles, 20 November 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1496

Carol Sloane/Gene Bertoncini/Michael; Reel 1

Audiotape T-40278/1497

Carol Sloane at Stephen's Beatles, 20 November 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1497

Carol Sloane/Gene Bertoncini/Michael; 1st set, 2nd set last 15-20 minutes; Reel 2

Audiotape T-40278/1826

Carol Sloane at Stephen's, 29 October 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1826

Audiotape T-40278/111

Carol Sloane Sophisticated Lady, 28 July 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/111

Reel 1 of 1; 1 hr.; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1513

Carol Sloane Special, 16 April 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1513

Reel 1 of 2; 59:35; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1514

Carol Sloane Special, 16 April 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1514

Reel 2 of 2; 56:48; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1816

Carol Sloane with Phil Woods, 4 March 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1816

Reel 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1817

Carol Sloane with Richard Rodney Bennett, 26 April 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1817

Reel 1 of 2; 43:10 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1818

Carol Sloane with Richard Rodney Bennett, 26 April 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1818

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1819

Carol Sloane with Richard Rodney Bennett, 26 April 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1819

Reel 2 of 2; 22:25 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1122

Carol Sloane, Bob Brookmeyer, Clark Terry, 21 February 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1122

Reel 6 of 6; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1755

Carol Sloane, Paul Montgomery, and George Duvivier, 29 October 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1755

This performance includes a vocal obligato by Montgomery that is made up entirely of North Carolina place names; Reel 1 of 1; 4:58

Audiotape T-40278/105

Carol Sloane, Norman Simmons, 28 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/105

Reel 2; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/107

Carol Sloane, Norman Simmons, 28 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/107

Reel 4; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/108

Carol Sloane, Norman Simmons #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/108

Reel 3; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/110

Carol Sloane, Norman Simmons #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/110

Reel 5; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/114

Carol Sloane, Norman Simmons, 28 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/114

Reel 1; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1518

Carol Sloane: Sophisticated Ladies, 20 July 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1518

Reel 1 of 1; 1:01:49; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1507

Carol Sloane: Sophisticated Lady with Jackie and Roy, 16 February 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1507

Reel 1 of 1; 55:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1510

Carol Sloane: Sophisticated Lady: Margaret Whiting, Duke Ellington, 16 February 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1510

Reel 1 of 1; 1:00:27; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1511

Carol Sloane: Sophisticated Lady: Carol Sloane with Richard Rodney Bennett, 13 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1511

59:11; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1512

Carol Sloane: Sophisticated Lady: Carmen McRae, 1 December 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1512

Reel 1 of 1; 58:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1516

Carol Sloane: Sophisticated Lady, 8 March 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1516

Reel 1 of 1; 58:15; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1517

Carol Sloane: Sophisticated Lady, 23 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1517

Includes Dave Frishberg interview; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1520

Carol Sloane: Sophisticated Lady: George Shearing and Carmen McRae, 15 August 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1520

Reel 1 of 1; 57:18; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1521

Carol Sloane: Sophisticated Lady: Dave Frishberg, 25 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1521

Carol Sloane talks with David Frishberg. Musical selections from The Dave Frishberg Songbook and live recording at Stephen's in Chapel Hill (25-26 September 1982); Reel 1 of 1; 59:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1729

Carolina Challenge: Chancellor Taylor Carolina Challenge Announcement, 7 February 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1729

Segments; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/119

Carolina in The News #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/119

Spring 1991

Audiotape T-40278/1262

Carolina Memorial Concert For Peace Benefit Concert, 26 May 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1262

Performed at Duke Chapel; Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1878

Carolina Memorial Concert for Peace, 26 May 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1878

Performed at Duke Chapel; Reel 1 of 2; 54:47; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/2

Carr/Wallace/Crawturll #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/2

90:00

Audiotape T-40278/322

Carrboro Aldermen Candidates Forum, I, 30 October 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/322

Excerpts from a League of Women Voters, Carrboro Board of Aldermen Candidates Forum. Part 1 of 2; Reel 1 of 1; 23:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/323

Carrboro Town Council Forum, II, 30 October 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/323

Conclusion of a League of Women Voters, Carrboro Board of Aldermen Candidates Forum; Reel 1 of 1; 26:54; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/995

Carter Family Tribute, 23 January 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/995

Reel 1 of 4; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/996

Carter Family Tribute, 23 January 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/996

Reel 2 of 4; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/997

Carter Family Tribute, 23 January 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/997

Reel 3 of 4; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/998

Carter Family Tribute, 23 January 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/998

Reel 4 of 4; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/851

Carter's Weil Lecture, 22 October 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/851

Former President Jimmy Carter's Speech on Citizenship, Q and A; Reel 1 of 1; 31:20

Audiocassette C-40278/43

CATA #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/43

60:00

Audiocassette C-40278/182

Catfish Workers Rally Indianola, MS #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/182

Audiotape T-40278/2275

CC, 28 May 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2275

58:35

Audiotape T-40278/1663

CC Interview with R.D. Hannay, 1 January 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1663

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/111

CD Sounds Transfer #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/111

Audiotape T-40278/200

Central American Human Rights Struggle Rev. William Wipfler, 15 October 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/200

Reel 1 of 1; 28:40; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1054

Challenge '78: Lula Watson, guest #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1054

Folktale from 101-year old, fundraising for WUNC

Audiotape T-40278/1055

Challenge '78: Leontyne Price (Live from the White House), 8 August 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1055

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1131

Challenge '78: Franz Liszt/Nyiregyhazi #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1131

Reel 1 of 1; 60:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1635

Challenge '78: Challenge '78 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1635

Reel 1 of 1; 21:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1668

Challenge '78: Frank Tirro: Virgo gloriosa Christi, Margareta #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1668

Audiotape T-40278/1679

Challenge '78: Carmen Murdered, 30 June 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1679

Reel 1 of 1; 21:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1872

Challenge '78 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1872

Monday night

Audiotape T-40278/2155

Challenge '78: Bachanale #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2155

Cue Bach? He was an old fossil; Reel 1 of 1; 21:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1053

Chapel Hill Candidate Forum, 23 October 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1053

Councilman and mayor candidates; Reel 1 of 1; 59:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/980

Chapel Hill Greenway System, 25 September 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/980

Reel 1 of 1; 21:40; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1640

Charles Rosen Interview, 19 February 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1640

Reel 1 of 1; 29:32; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/155

Charlie Byrd Trio/Annapolis Brass Quintet, 13 January 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/155

Reel 1 of 2; 60:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/987

Chatham County Planning #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/987

Reel 1 of 1; 30:53; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/151

Chi Tape Molpus #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/151

Audiotape T-40278/1018

Chick Corea and Gary Burton #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1018

Live recording; Reel 1 of 3; 47:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1019

Chick Corea and Gary Burton #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1019

Live recording; Reel 2 of 3; 49:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1020

Chick Corea and Gary Burton #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1020

Live recording; Reel 3 of 3; 33:37; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1083

Chick Corea and Gary Burton #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1083

Reel 3 of 3; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/183

Chieftains Dubs, 26 January 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/183

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/254

Chieftains, 26 January 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/254

Reel 1 of 2; 55:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/255

Chieftains, 26 January 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/255

Reel 2 of 2; 45:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1618

Chieftains Selected Tunes, 26 January 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1618

7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1684

Chieftains Edits from Master #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1684

Audiotape T-40278/2141

Choral Workshop #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2141

Take 2: Been to the River (JG-1000-B) and Take 5: He Knows the Way (JG-1000-A)

Audiotape T-40278/2142

Choral Workshop Remix #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2142

Audiotape T-40278/1634

Christians Awake, 12 December 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1634

Reel 1 of 1; 27:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1605

Christmas and Christianity #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1605

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2285

Christmas Show #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2285

Audiocassette C-40278/195

Chrystal Bartlett demo, circa 1980s #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/195

Audiotape T-40278/1916

Chuck Babington no. 1 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1916

Audiotape T-40278/1917

Chuck Babington no. 2 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1917

Audiotape T-40278/1918

Chuck Babington no. 3 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1918

Audiotape T-40278/1919

Chuck Babington no. 4, 1 November 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1919

Reel labeled 227 1 AMB 11/89 WFDD

Audiotape T-40278/1920

Chuck Babington no. 5 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1920

Audiotape T-40278/1921

Chuck Babington no. 6 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1921

Audiotape T-40278/1798

Church and State Documentary no. 1 At A.C.C. College, 1 January 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1798

Reel 1 of 5; 28:52; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1799

Church and State Documentary no. 2 Peer Learning Panel, 1 January 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1799

Reel 2 of 5; 28:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1800

Church and State Documentary no. 3 8 Education, 1 January 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1800

Reel 3 of 5; 28:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1801

Church and State Documentary no. 4 Two Centuries of Relay-Cort or Change, 1 January 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1801

Reel 4 of 5; 28:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1802

Church and State Documentary no. 5 Closing Session - Turning the Clock Back?, 1 January 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1802

Reel 5 of 5; 28:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1904

Church, State, and the First Amendment Reel no. 1 Commentaries 1-10 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1904

Funded under a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, these five-minute commentaries are part of the Church, State, and the First Amendment: A North Carolina Dialogue sponsored by the Program in the Humanities, UNC-Chapel Hill. John Dalzell, Public Affairs Producer for WUNC Radio, produced the series. 1. Church, State, and the First Amendment: An Overview - Diane Sasson (Project Director, A North Carolina Dialogue); 2. Colonial America and the Wording of the Religion Clauses - John E. Semonche (Prof of History, UNC-CH); 3. What Makes the First Amendment Distinctive? - Robert N. Bellah (For Prof of Sociology and Comparative Studies, UC- Berkeley); Religion and The Law - Harold J. Berman (Woodruff Prof of Law, Emory University and the James Barr Prof of Law Emeritus, Harvard); How Islam Handles Church-State Relations - Jerry Pubanz (Associate Professor of Political Science, Salem College); The Framers of the First Amendment - Martin E. Marty (Cone Professor of Church History, The Divinity School, The University of Chicago); What was the Original Intent of the Framers? - James E. Bond (Prof of Law, Wake Forest University Law School); William Gaston and Religious Tests for Public Office in North Carolina - John L. Sanders (Director, Institute of Government, UNC-CH); The Legal History of the Religions Clauses - Daniel H. Pollitt (Kenan Professor of Law, UNC-CH); Polygamy: The First Test of the Free Exercise Clause - Jan Shipps (Director of the Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis Center for American Studies); Reel 1 of 2; 50:00

Audiotape T-40278/1905

Church, State, and the First Amendment Reel no. 2 Commentaries 11-20 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1905

Funded under a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, these five-minute commentaries are part of the Church, State, and the First Amendment: A North Carolina Dialogue sponsored by the Program in the Humanities, UNC-Chapel Hill. John Dalzell, Public Affairs Producer for WUNC Radio, produced the series. 11.Criticisms of the Recent Supreme Court Decisions - Lynn Buzzard (Former Executive Director of the National Christian Legal Society); The law, Religion, and Public Education - Benjamin B. Sendor (Assistant Prof, Institute of Government, UNC_CH); 13. What are the Limits of the Free Expression of Religion in the Schools? - Jay Robinson (Superintendent, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools); 14. Religion and the Attack on Public Education - Karen Garr (Executive Director, North Carolina Assoc. of Educator); 15. The Christian School Movement - James O. Abrahamson (Pastor, Chapel Hill Bible Church); 16. Christian Symbols in Civil Government - William Van Alstyne (W.R. and T.L. Perkins Professor of Law, Duke University Law School); 17. Religious Dissent: The Case of Roger Williams - W.W. Finlator (Baptist minister, Raleigh, NC); 18. Religion in America: Continuity or Change? - Terry Eastland (Director of Public Affairs, U.S. Department of Justice); 19. American Catholics Challenge the State - Robert F. Drinan, S.J. (Prof of Law, Georgetown University Law Center); 20. Christian Calues and Political Life: The Black Church - Joseph L. Roberts, Jr. (Senior Pastor, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta); Reel 2 of 2; 50:00

Audiotape T-40278/539

Ciompi Quartet: Program III, April 4, 1986, 4 April 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/539

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/540

Ciompi Quartet: Donna Coleman on piano, 9 June 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/540

Reel 2 of 2; 36:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/552

Ciompi Quartet: The Tenth Gina Bachauer Memorial Concert, 28 March 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/552

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2023

Ciompi Reel no. 2 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2023

Reel 2 of 3

Audiotape T-40278/2024

Ciompi Reel no. 3 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2024

Reel 3 of 3

Audiotape T-40278/1596

City Livability, 29 September 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1596

High Point Public Works Director Carl Wills, University Park Homeowners Association representative Isabella Cannon, N.C.SU Political Science and Public Administration, Prof Beverly Ziegler comment on living in the city-physical and aesthetic concern. 30:10

Audiotape T-40278/215

Clark Terry, Bob Brookmeyer, Tommy Flanagan, 21 February 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/215

Reel 4 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/947

Classroom Computer Literacy, 10 January 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/947

Reel 1 of 1; 29:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1644

Clay Buckner/Barney Pilgrim et al Christmas Music, 11 December 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1644

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/341

Clay Buckner, Jack Herrick, Barney Pilgrim, 18 June 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/341

Irish Tunes; Reel 1 of 1; 23:54; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1622

Clay Buckner, Jack Herrick, Barney Pilgrim Selected Cuts, 18 June 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1622

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/904

Clements on El Salvador, 30 May 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/904

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/35

Close Enough for Jazz Durham Arts Council, 19 February 1991 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/35

Audiotape T-40278/1906

Closed Circuit - Monday #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1906

48:00 3.75 ips

Audiotape T-40278/531

Commencement 1976, 1 May 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/531

Audiotape T-40278/532

Commencement 1978, 1 May 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/532

Audiotape T-40278/295

Commentator Codrescu (long version), 26 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/295

Andrei Codrescu (code REScue) is a commentator on NPR All Things Considered. He talks about his background, life, and writings; Reel 1 of 1; 19:45; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1581

Community College System after 20 Years #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1581

Reel 1 of 1; 29:54; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/978

Community Development in Small Towns, 14 September 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/978

Reel 1 of 1; 27:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1573

Computer Kids - Writing to Read #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1573

Reel 1 of 1; 29:53; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/189

Concord #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/189

Audiocassette C-40278/140

Concord Tue #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/140

Audiotape T-40278/890

Containing Costs for Elderly Health Care, 24 July 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/890

Reel 1 of 1; 30:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1081

Count Basie with Ella at Duke University (1st half of the concert) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1081

Reel 1 of 2; 53:33; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1082

Count Basie with Ella at Duke University: Ella (2nd part of the concert) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1082

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1702

Cowboys and Indians, 1 March 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1702

Reel 1 of 1; 58:30 3.75 ips

Audiotape T-40278/306

Crises in Central America, 7 April 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/306

Robert E. White, former ambassador to El Salvador and other Latin countries on the crises in Center America and the diplomatic service. He is now with the Center for Development Policy in Washington, D.C; Reel 1 of 1; 21:05; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/80

Crossroads: C. Phillips Spencer #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/80

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/84

Crossroads: Video Cassette Offer Announce #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/84

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/86

Crossroads: Narration #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/86

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/89

Crossroads: C. Phillips Spencer Tape 1 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/89

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/120

Crossroads: Schickele Narration #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/120

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/126

Crossroads: Music Dat no. 3: Briane Keane #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/126

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/83

CW Brass Blue Skies #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/83

Audiotape T-40278/1396

Daddy Take Me Home #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1396

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/71

DandD 10/21 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/71

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/76

DandD 10/21 Harry #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/76

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/17

DandD Dub #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/17

Audiotape T-40278/968

Daniel Ericourt, 11 December 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/968

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/974

Daniel Ericourt, 10 December 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/974

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1099

Daniel Ericourt, 19 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1099

Reel 1 of 2; 34:26; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1100

Daniel Ericourt, 19 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1100

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1785

Daniel Ericourt Debussy Vol. I, 16 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1785

Studio Recording; Reel 1 of 2; 42:52; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1786

Daniel Ericourt Live Performance at East Duke Music Room, 19 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1786

Live Performance; Reel 1 of 2; 35:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1787

Daniel Ericourt Live Performance at East Duke Music Room, 19 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1787

Live Performance; Reel 2 of 2; 39:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2154

Daniel Ericourt Live Performance at Hill Hall, Volume 1, 11 December 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2154

Pianist. Bach - Toccata and Fugue in D Minor; Mozart - Sonata for Piano No. 11 in A Major, K. 331 (Turkish March); Chopin - Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, Opus 23. 29:22; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1661

Daniel Ericourt Interview: Intermission Feature, 9 November 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1661

Cliff Davis talks with pianist Daniel Ericourt; Reel 1 of 1; 11:55; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2156

Daniel Ericourt, Debussy, Volume II, 16 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2156

Reel 2 of 2; 44:05; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/253

Dave Bromberg At Rhythm Alley, 20 April 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/253

Reel 1 of 1; 1:16:44; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1077

Dave Brubeck Applause Tracks #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1077

Audiotape T-40278/167

Dave Frishberg, Set 1, 25 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/167

Reel 2 of 2

Audiotape T-40278/168

Dave Frishberg, Set 1, 25 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/168

Reel 1 of 2

Audiotape T-40278/932

Dave Frishberg #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/932

Reel 1 of 2

Audiotape T-40278/933

Dave Frishberg #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/933

Reel 2 of 2

Audiotape T-40278/934

Dave Frishberg, Set 2, 25 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/934

Reel 1 of 2

Audiotape T-40278/935

Dave Frishberg, Set 2, 25 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/935

Reel 2 of 2

Audiotape T-40278/1172

Dave Frishberg/Carol Fredette: Carol Fredette's Set (2nd Set), 15 November 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1172

Carol Fredette performs Dave Frishberg songs; Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1176

Dave Frishberg/Carol Fredette: Carol Fredette's Set (1st Set), 15 November 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1176

Carol Fredette performs Dave Frishberg songs; Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/367

Dave Warshauer #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/367

28 Pendleton, New Haven, Connecticut; Master Reel no. 2

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/31

David Bromberg Arts Center no. 2, 2 August 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/31

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/30

David Bromberg/Tim Stambaugh Arts Center no. 1, 2 August 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/30

Audiotape T-40278/1637

David Frishberg, 15 November 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1637

Reel 1 of 1; 13:46; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/18

David Jones, 2 July 1993 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/18

Audiotape T-40278/191

David Spencer Blues, 13 July 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/191

Audiotape T-40278/1051

David Warshauer Commentaries Reel no. 1 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1051

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/90

David Wood #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/90

Audiocassette C-40278/101

Davis #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/101

Audiotape T-40278/885

Day Care - Professionalism?, 7 August 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/885

Discussion of professionalism and standards for child care providers; Reel 1 of 1; 30:15; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/945

Death Penalty in North Carolina, 20 January 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/945

Reel 1 of 1; 28:40; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/952

Deficit Possibilities, 28 February 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/952

National Deficit; Reel 1 of 1; 23:11

Audiotape T-40278/1588

Delinquent Youth #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1588

Reel 1 of 1; 28:45; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/150

DELTA Bobi + Nelson ST #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/150

Audiotape T-40278/1814

Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates, 2 May 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1814

Reel 1 of 1; 52:20; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/895

Democratic Presidential Candidates in North Carolina, 1 April 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/895

Reel 1 of 1; 28:34; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1710

Democrats on Election Night #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1710

PSA recorded over with election night

Audiotape T-40278/1689

Dick Cavett for Tempo '79 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1689

1:00

Audiotape T-40278/2299

Dido and Aeneas, 19 April 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2299

Audiotape T-40278/2298

Dirty Dozen Brass Band North Carolina State University/Stewart Theatre, 17 April 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2298

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/36

DJM #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/36

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/70

DJM Comp. #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/70

Audiotape T-40278/1441

Doc and Merle Watson, 23 February 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1441

Recording in Memorial Hallat UNC; Reel 2 of 3; 64:00

Audiotape T-40278/1442

Doc and Merle Watson #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1442

Original recording; Reel 3 of 3; 25:40

Audiotape T-40278/991

Domestic Trilogy I #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/991

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/38

Don and Barney #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/38

Audiotape T-40278/2300

Don Mertz #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2300

Audiotape T-40278/1789

Donald Oehler Clarient Recital from BRT, 1 April 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1789

With compliments, recorded by Beligische Radio en Televisie; Reel 1 of 1; 27:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/551

Donna Coleman, 7 February 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/551

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1245

Donna Coleman Recital, 7 February 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1245

Classical Performance: Ives, Baldassare, etc.; Reel 1 of 1; 01:27:58; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1085

Dorsey Master no. 1 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1085

Audiotape T-40278/1086

Dorsey Master no. 2 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1086

Audiotape T-40278/336

Douglas Turner Ward, and the NEC, 16 April 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/336

Douglas Turner Ward, producer, writer, co-founder of the Negro Ensemble Company, comments on the works and purpose of the company; Reel 1 of 1; 28:00; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/35

Dr. Hayes/Hinds Jail #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/35

60:00

Audiocassette C-40278/32

Dr. Kaplan, Dr. Thornquist, and Dr. Lacey #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/32

90:00

Audiotape T-40278/1890

Dracula, 31 October 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1890

National Endowment for the Arts; Reel 1 of 1; 90:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1593

Driving While Impaired, 26 September 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1593

Reel 1 of 1; 26:33; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/948

Drugs and the Economy #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/948

Reel 1 of 1; 26:16; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/20

DTM C: BKUP, 4 February 1993 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/20

Audiotape T-40278/835

Duke Carillon, 12 December 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/835

Sam Hammond, Chielf Librarian at Duke's School of Music is the carilloneur at Duke Chapel. He describes the instrument, plays and talks about music and musicians; Reel 1 of 1; 26:35; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/201

Duke Deep Divers, 4 March 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/201

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2145

Duke University: Brahms Requiem #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2145

Reel 1 of 3; 25:27

Audiotape T-40278/2146

Duke University: Brahms Requiem #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2146

Reel 2 of 3; 24:18

Audiotape T-40278/2147

Duke University: Brahms Requiem #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2147

Reel 3 of 3; 20:50

Audiotape T-40278/542

Duke University Artists Series: Canadian Brass Quartet, 19 October 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/542

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/543

Duke University Artists Series: Canadian Brass Quartet, 19 October 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/543

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/187

Duke University Encounters Series: Encounters I, 1 November 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/187

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/189

Duke University Encounters Series: Wyner, Passage, and Jaffe, 4 December 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/189

Reel 1 of 2

Audiotape T-40278/1537

Duke University Master: Edward Kennedy Speaking before 1958 at UNC #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1537

Recording Lab work tape

Audiotape T-40278/2077

Duke University Master #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2077

Audiotape T-40278/2078

Duke University Master: M. McPherson, 5 August 1961 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2078

Audiotape T-40278/1547

Duke/ITT Original Master No. 1 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1547

Audiotape T-40278/1548

Duke/ITT Original Master No. 2 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1548

58:30

Audiotape T-40278/1549

Duke/ITT Original Master No. 3 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1549

58:30

Audiotape T-40278/1550

Duke/ITT Original Master No. 4 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1550

66:06

Audiotape T-40278/361

Duo and Friends Live at the Art School, 1 March 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/361

Reel 1 of 1; 70:00

Audiocassette C-40278/104

Durham [Serv.] Coms #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/104

Audiotape T-40278/1530

Durham Black and Blues Concert, 18 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1530

Performance at St. Joseph's Performing Arts Center; Reel 1; 38:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1531

Durham Black and Blues Concert, 18 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1531

Performance at St. Joseph's Performing Arts Center; Reel 2; 66:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1532

Durham Black and Blues Concert, 18 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1532

Performance at St. Joseph's Performing Arts Center; Reel 5 of 65:08; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1533

Durham Black and Blues Concert, 18 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1533

Performance at St. Joseph's Performing Arts Center; Reel 6 of 40:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1552

Durham Black and Blues Concert, 18 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1552

Performance at St. Joseph's Performing Arts Center; Reel 3 of 25:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1553

Durham Black and Blues Concert, 18 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1553

Performance at St. Joseph's Performing Arts Center; Reel 4 of 34:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1427

Durham Civic Choral Society, etc. Benefit Concert, 23 October 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1427

Reel 1 of 2; 51:41; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1428

Durham Civic Choral Society, etc. Benefit Concert, 23 October 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1428

Reel 2 of 2; 66:42; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1753

Durham Kwanzaa Festival #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1753

Aired on Morning edition; Reel 1 of 1

Audiocassette C-40278/167

Durham Sen. Corp #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/167

Audiotape T-40278/836

Durham: Planning Needed Ahead, 3 January 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/836

Population growth in Durham and planning; Reel 1 of 1; 28:15; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/124

Duzan #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/124

Audiotape T-40278/888

Dwindling Supply of Low-Income Housing, 20 July 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/888

Raleigh Housing Authority Director Floyd Carter, Triangle J Council of Governance and spokesman Roger Weldon, along with residents of Pilot Mills, a condemned neighborhood to be torn down in Raleigh; Reel 1 of 1; 30:18; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/98

E. K. Graham #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/98

Audiotape T-40278/1154

Earl Wynn Reads A Christmas Carol, 7 December 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1154

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1405

Earplay: Anything You Want To #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1405

NPR program; originally recorded 1980; Reel 1 of 1; 59:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2013

East of the Sun, West of the Moon: Pilot, 25 October 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2013

Initial pilot provided research on how to reach 8-12 year old audience. Series followed this research. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service; Reel 1 of 3; 29:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2014

East of the Sun, West of the Moon: Pilot, 26 October 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2014

Initial pilot provided research on how to reach 8-12 year old audience. Series followed this research. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service; Reel 2 of 3; 28:35; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2015

East of the Sun, West of the Moon: Pilot, 26 October 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2015

Initial pilot provided research on how to reach 8-12 year old audience. Series followed this research. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service; Reel 3 of 3; 28:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2004

East of the Sun, West of the Moon I: Frontier Days, 8 August 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2004

American West. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service. 1st in the series; Reel 1 of 3; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2005

East of the Sun, West of the Moon I: Frontier Days, 8 August 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2005

American West. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service. 1st in the series; Reel 2 of 3; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2006

East of the Sun, West of the Moon I: Frontier Days, 8 August 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2006

American West. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service. 1st in the series; Reel 3 of 3; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2001

East of the Sun, West of the Moon II: Kings, Queens, and Castles, 10 November 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2001

Medieval Europe. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service. 2nd in series; Reel 1 of 3; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2002

East of the Sun, West of the Moon II: Kings, Queens, and Castles, 10 November 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2002

Medieval Europe. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service. 2nd in series; Reel 2 of 3; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2003

East of the Sun, West of the Moon II: Kings, Queens, and Castles, 10 November 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2003

Medieval Europe. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service. 2nd in series; Reel 3 of 3; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2010

East of the Sun, West of the Moon III: Seasons, 9 August 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2010

Celebrating nature cross-culturally. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service. 3rd in series; Reel 1 of 3; 27:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2011

East of the Sun, West of the Moon III: Seasons, 9 August 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2011

Celebrating nature cross-culturally. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service. 3rd in series; Reel 2 of 3; 27:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2012

East of the Sun, West of the Moon III: Seasons, 9 August 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2012

Celebrating nature cross-culturally. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service. 3rd in series; Reel 3 of 3; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2007

East of the Sun, West of the Moon IV: Hail to the Chief, 8 August 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2007

Government. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service. 4th in series; Reel 1 of 3; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2008

East of the Sun, West of the Moon IV: Hail to the Chief, 9 August 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2008

Government. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service. 4th in series; Reel 2 of 3; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2009

East of the Sun, West of the Moon IV: Hail to the Chief, 9 August 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2009

Government. ES/WM is a children's series running 15 weeks on more than 35 stations as part of WUNC's Children's Audio Service. 4th in series; Reel 3 of 3; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1

East of the Sun, West of the Moon: Kings, Queens and Castles, 8 October 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1

Reel 1 of 2; 59:36/1:27:59; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2

East of the Sun, West of the Moon: Hail to the Chief, 15 October 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2

Reel 1 of 1; 1:27:20; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/3

East of the Sun, West of the Moon: The Seasons, 22 October 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/3

Reel 1 of 1; 1:27:32; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1897

East of the Sun, West of the Moon: Origins no. 8805, 29 October 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1897

Fifth program in the series. Searches for the roots of words, music, and stories. Children's series; Reel 1 of 1; 1:27:55; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1910

East of the Sun, West of the Moon: Frontier Days no. 8839, Parts One and Two, 1 October 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1910

First program, contains 3 parts. Parts 1 and 2 on this reel; Reel 1 of 2; 57:28; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1911

East of the Sun, West of the Moon: Frontier Days no. 8839, Part Three., 1 October 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1911

First program, contains 3 parts. Part 3 on this reel; Reel 2 of 2; 28:47; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1835

Eastern Music Festival Inaugural Concert, 18 June 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1835

Reel 1 of 2; 51:22; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1838

Eastern Music Festival, 26 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1838

Mozart, Franco GulliReel 1 of 1; 54:10; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2322

Eastern Music Festival No. 1: Eastern Philharmonic Orchestra Music by Ives, Prokofiev, Mozart, and R. Strauss #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2322

Audiotape T-40278/2323

Eastern Music Festival No. 2: Eastern Chamber Players, Music by Khacaturian, Prolofiev, and Beethoven #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2323

Audiotape T-40278/2324

Eastern Music Festival No. 3: Eastern Philharmonic Orchestra Music by Barber, Weber, Debussy and Franck #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2324

Audiotape T-40278/2325

Eastern Music Festival No. 4: Eastern Chamber Players Music by Varese, Poulenc, Saint-Sens, and Dohnanyi #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2325

Audiotape T-40278/2326

Eastern Music Festival No. 5: Eastern Philharmonic Orchestra Music by Berber, Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2326

Audiotape T-40278/2327

Eastern Music Festival No. 6: Eastern Philharmonic and Eastern Chamber Players Music by Wagner, Dvorak, Bartok, and Mussorgsky #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2327

Audiotape T-40278/2328

Eastern Music Festival No. 8: Eastern Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus Music by Beyer and Orff #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2328

Audiotape T-40278/2329

Eastern Music Festival No. 9: Eastern Chamber Players Music by Francaix, Del Tredici, Bacewicz, and Schumann #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2329

Audiotape T-40278/2330

Eastern Music Festival No. 10: Eastern Chamber Players Music by Debussy, Shostakovich, and Schumann #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2330

Audiotape T-40278/2331

Eastern Music Festival No. 11: Eastern Philharmonic Orchestra Music by Schubert, Saint-Saens, Weill, and Ravel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2331

Audiotape T-40278/2344

Eastern Music Festival: Eastern Chamber Players #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2344

Music by Borwick, Ward, Fuchs and Brahms

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/134

Eastern Music Festival No. 9: Eastern Chamber Players Music by Francaix, David Del Tredici, Baceqicz, and Robert Schumann #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/134

Audiotape T-40278/2318

Eastern Music Festival Chamber, 28 June 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2318

Audiotape T-40278/2319

Eastern Music Festival Chamber Reigger, Boehme, Dvorak, Bartok, 5 July 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2319

Audiotape T-40278/2320

Eastern Music Festival Chamber Borwick, Ward, Fuchs, Brahms, 12 July 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2320

Audiotape T-40278/2321

Eastern Music Festival Chamber with Ruth Laredo; Francaix, Tredici, Bacewicz, Schumann, 19 July 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2321

Audiotape T-40278/1836

Eastern Music Festival No. 1, 21 June 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1836

Stravinsky, Brahms, Roskott: Violin Concerto (world premiere); Reel 1 of 2; 56:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1837

Eastern Music Festival No. 1, 21 June 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1837

Beethoven, Symphony No. 7; Reel 2 of 2; 40:01; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1845

Eastern Music Festival No. 1, 27 June 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1845

Doug Borwick 'Round the Ring of the Moon (world premiere), Beethoven, Tchaikovsky; Reel 1 of 1; 1:22:46; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1846

Eastern Music Festival No. 2, 20 June 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1846

Reger, Mozart, Beethoven, David Bar-Illan; Reel 1 of 1; 1:20:04; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1839

Eastern Music Festival No. 3, 12 July 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1839

Bernstein, Mozart, Strauss; Reel 1 of 1; 1:19:52; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1847

Eastern Music Festival No. 3, 4 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1847

Debussy, Wagner, Elgar, George Hogan; Reel 1 of 1; 1:11:24; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1840

Eastern Music Festival No. 4, 18 July 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1840

Berlioz, Bernstein, Previn; Reel 1 of 2; 44:28; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1841

Eastern Music Festival No. 4, 15 July 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1841

Schubert, Eastern Chamber Players; Reel 2 of 2; 40:48; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1848

Eastern Music Festival No. 4, 14 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1848

Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Shostakovich; Reel 1 of 2; 40:53; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1849

Eastern Music Festival No. 4, 14 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1849

Shostakovich, BerliozReel 2 of 2; 39:37; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1842

Eastern Music Festival No. 5, 27 July 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1842

CPE Bach, Beethoven, Eugene Kurtz, van Chootz, Dvorak; Reel 1 of 1; 1:29:48; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1850

Eastern Music Festival No. 5, 11 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1850

Stravinsky, Berlioz (Next week: Brahms, symphony No. 3); Reel 1of 1 1:19:56; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1843

Eastern Music Festival No. 6, 2 August 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1843

RachmaninoffReel 1 of 2; 40:05; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1844

Eastern Music Festival No. 6, 2 August 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1844

Tchaikovsky; Reel 2 of 2; 56:26; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1851

Eastern Music Festival No. 6, 18 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1851

Brahms, symphony No. 3 (or 1); Reel 1 of 2; 38:37; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1852

Eastern Music Festival No. 6, 18 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1852

Brahms, Piano Concerto No. 1; Reel 2 of 2; 55:42; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1853

Eastern Music Festival No. 7, 28 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1853

Vivaldi, Thea Musgrave, Reicha, Copland; Reel 1 of 1; 1:21:04; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1854

Eastern Music Festival No. 8, 8 August 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1854

Beethoven: Violin Concerto; Reel 1 of 2; 48:44; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1855

Eastern Music Festival No. 8, 8 August 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1855

Copland, Symphony No. 3; Reel 2 of 2; 49:11; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1669

Edited Working Tape Friney #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1669

7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1386

Education '88: A Presidential Candidates Forum P.M. Session - Republicans #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1386

Audiotape T-40278/1388

Education '88: A Presidential Candidates Forum A.M. Session - Democrats Debate, 11 September 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1388

NPR Feeds; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1389

Education '88: A Presidential Candidates Forum P.M. Session - Republicans #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1389

Audiotape T-40278/272

Education Technology and Jobs A' Changing #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/272

Bob Cattrell, Employment Research Analyst with the SESC; Dr. Phail Wynn, President of Durham Technical Institute; and Marcie Harris, Director of the Career Planning Services at UNC discuss technology, jobs, and education; Reel 1 of 1; 23:38; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1677

Edward Albee #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1677

Playwright Edward Albee, February 4 (year unknown) 22:29; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/22

Eight O'Clock: A Russian Exchange, 14 June 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/22

Reel 1 of 1; 59:14; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/24

Eight O'Clock: Sun Savings, 14 August 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/24

Reel 1 of 1; 1:05/1:05; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/32

Eight O'Clock: American Dance Festival: Charles Reinhart, 6 June 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/32

Reel 1 of 1; 42:44; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/33

Eight O'Clock: Who's Planning, 1 June 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/33

Reel 1 of 1; 55:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/34

Eight O'Clock: Political Parties and Presidential Campaigns, 12 June 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/34

Reel 1 of 1; 58:23; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/35

Eight O'Clock: Area Housing, 1 June 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/35

Reel 1 of 1; 38:38; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/36

Eight O'Clock: McGinnis on Social Programs in Austerity, 8 October 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/36

Reel 1 of 1; 52:44; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/37

Eight O'Clock: Cotton Dust in America, 11 October 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/37

Reel 1 of 1; 48:32; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/43

Eight O'Clock: Sir Harold Wilson Speaks #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/43

Reel 1 of 1; 57:48; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/45

Eight O'Clock: Julian Bond, 9 October 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/45

Reel 1 of 1; 1:01:15; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/130

Eight O'Clock: Theodore Marmor Speech: National Health Insurance, 17 January 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/130

Reel 1 of 1; 53:21; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/131

Eight O'Clock: Is Small Beautiful - Thompson, 22 February 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/131

Reel 1 of 1; 46:04; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/132

Eight O'Clock: Heating the Poor #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/132

Reel 1 of 1; 42:25; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/133

Eight O'Clock: Family Policies: In Whose Best Interest, 14 December 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/133

Reel 1 of 1; 39:54; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/134

Eight O'Clock: Lewis Lipsitz - Tax Revolt, 19 January 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/134

Reel 1 of 1; 53:18; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/136

Eight O'Clock: Coretta Scott King, 3 December 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/136

Reel 1 of 1; 57:03; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/137

Eight O'Clock: Criminal Justice in North Carolina, 12 November 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/137

Reel 1 of 1; 56:12; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/138

Eight O'Clock: Krebs on Salt II, 12 November 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/138

Reel 1 of 1; 37:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/139

Eight O'Clock: Cable TV, 12 November 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/139

35:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/140

Eight O'Clock: February 2nd Mobilization Round Table #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/140

Reel 1 of 1; 59:00

Audiotape T-40278/141

Eight O'Clock: The Aesthetics of Intercollegiate Athletics, 30 January 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/141

Reel 1 of 1; 48:08; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/142

Eight O'Clock: John Silber on Values and Facts, 13 February 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/142

Reel 1 of 1; 66:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/143

Eight O'Clock: Occupational Health and Safety, 8 February 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/143

Reel 1 of 1; 61:40; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/372

Eight O'Clock: Durham Municipal Candidates '79, 25 October 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/372

Reel 1 of 1; 60:14; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/373

Eight O'Clock: Chapel Hill Candidate #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/373

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/389

Eight O'Clock: The Brain: Left and Right, 1 March 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/389

Dr. Preston Hancock discusses the left and right hemispheres of the human brain and the kind of information and learning they all. He is a consultant with the State Department of Public Instruction; Reel 1 of 1; 60:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/390

Eight O'Clock: Eisenstat on Economy, 10 May 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/390

UNC alumni and Domestic Policy Advisor to President Carter discusses the economy in an alumni weekend forum at UNC-CH; Reel 1 of 1; 54:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/391

Eight O'Clock: Three Men of Carolina, 1 May 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/391

Records speeches by Consolidated university president Bill Friday and UNC Chancellor Christopher Fordham on plans and needs of UNC-CH, followed by an interview with Dean Smith on his career coaching at Carolina; Reel 1 of 1; 54:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/392

Eight O'Clock: Commuter Transit #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/392

Examines public transit system with transportation officials with the State DOT, Raleigh Durham and Chapel Hill. Also interviews Gorman Gilbert, planner in UNC School of Planning and Raymond Greene with TJCOG. Emphasis on buses, vanpooling, ride sharing; Reel 1 of 1; 67:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/393

Eight O'Clock: Older Americans Around United States #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/393

Talks to Dr. John Nowlin - gerontologist with Duke Center on Aging and Human Development, Edie Cohn - arts teacher for the elderly, Frances Stuart - 107-year-old student, Danielle Withrow - Associate Director, Durham Arts Council, and Kay Huey, Director, RSVP about stereotypes and reality involving the elderly, their abilities and interests; Reel 1 of 1; 55:06; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/394

Eight O'Clock: Gubernatorial Candidates, 24 April 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/394

Pete Hoskins, Chairman, Research and Issues in the Scott campaign tells why Scott should again be elected governor. Excerpts from speech and press conference of Governor Hunt on issues of campaign; Reel 1 of 1; 64:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/395

Eight O'Clock: Insurance Commissioner Candidates, 23 April 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/395

John Ingram, Him Long, Ray Rabon, and Ken Brown face each other in the primary tomorrow and express their viewpoints; 61:05; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/396

Eight O'Clock: Afghanistan, The Draft, and U.S. Foreign Policy, 8 April 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/396

Bob Keiser discusses United States international policy, relations with allies, Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, Iran oil, Olympic boycott, the draft. Bob Keiser is on national desk of the Washington Post; Reel 1 of 1; 49:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/397

Eight O'Clock: Abba Eban: Middle East Peace Process, 16 April 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/397

Explores history of hostile Arab-Israel relations, religion and political differences and developments in the peace making process looking especially at Israel and Egypt; Reel 1 of 1; 42:58; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/398

Eight O'Clock: A Weekend in April, 18 April 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/398

Examines a weekend of activities in Chapel Hill and Durham. A pop concert, rock concert, ballet, street fair, hospital opening and interview with members of a baseball team are included; Reel 1 of 1; 58:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/399

Eight O'Clock: Lieutenant Governor Candidate's Surrogates, 24 April 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/399

Arlene Pullen, Campaign manager for Jimmy Greene, and Bob Wells, media contact for Carl Stewart, tell why the candidates are running for the office of Lt. Governor and why they feel they should be voted for in the May 6 Democratic primary; Reel 1 of 1; 38:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/400

Eight O'Clock: Vacation Time, 27 May 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/400

Examines work and need for rest with Duke Hospital psychiatrist Dr. John Rhoads, availability of loans with Wachovia band manager Gary Holmes, travel business with Jeanne Narwinski of Circle Travel and talks about the N.C. Zoo with Marsha Constentino; Reel 1 of 1; 35:24; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/401

Eight O'Clock: Communications and the Structures of Society, 12 March 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/401

Examines communications in various forms - fortune cookies, cloth messages, telegraphs, telephone, radio, TV, posters, computers, etc. Anne Branscombe speaks. She is chairman of Kalba-Bowen Associates, a Massachusetts Consulting firm in information and communications and a UNC graduate; Reel 1 of 1; 46:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/402

Eight O'Clock: Home vs. Career: Anne Douglas, 25 February 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/402

Discusses conflicts of women on home or/and career and the possibility of successfully mixing the two, offers perspectives of different age groups, discusses men's emotional development and Harlequin romance as barometers of aspirations in our times; Reel 1 of 1; 58:45; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/403

Eight O'Clock: United States - Soviet Relations, 8 March 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/403

Duke University professor Jerry Hough examines United States Soviet relations including Afghanistan invasion and Soviet political development since the 1930s. Examines populations, economics, and goals of the two nations and how this will affect development of future relations; Reel 1 of 1; 65:20; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/404

Eight O'Clock: Indian Identity #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/404

Speech by Dr. Bob Brayboy of Pembroke State followed by discussion with Bruce Jones and Jerry Burklehammer with the N.C. Commission on Indian Affairs; Reel 1 of 1; 56:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/405

Eight O'Clock: International Communications Symposium, 12 March 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/405

John Richardson, Jr., former head of Radio Free Europe, discusses international communications, Radio Free Europe, diplomats, world perceptions and media use; Reel 1 of 1; 33:41; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/406

Eight O'Clock: Karen Gentemann: Wifebeating, 28 February 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/406

Karen Gentemann, research associate in social sciences at UNC, discusses findings of a survey of 428 respondents to determine attitudes on wife beating in N.C; Reel 1 of 1; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/407

Eight O'Clock: Crime and Senior Citizens, 17 March 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/407

A conference on preventing crime against the elderly held by the Department of Crime Control and Public Safety. L.D. Hyde, Jay Rivette, Richard Martin, M. Teague, and conference attendants speak. Music: Everything Must Change by Quincy Jones from album Body Heat; Reel 1 of 1; 46:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/408

Eight O'Clock: William Lee on Three Mile Island, 21 February 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/408

President of Duke Power William Lee was a consultant for safety after the Three Mile Island accident of 28 March 1979; Reel 1 of 1; 60:52; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/409

Eight O'Clock: Sarah Weddington on Women #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/409

Reel 1 of 1; 50:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/410

Eight O'Clock: Science in Carter's Administration, 27 February 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/410

Dr. Frank Press, presidential advisor in Science and Technology discusses undertakings of the government in basic research, energy, consumer products, cooperation with the Third World, etc; Reel 1 of 1; 63:20; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/527

Eight O'Clock: Proud Shoes: Reverend Pauli Murray #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/527

First Black Woman in the Episcopal Priesthood; Reel 1 of 1; 56:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/528

Eight O'Clock: Proud Shoes: Reverend Pauli Murray #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/528

First Black Woman in the Episcopal Priesthood, Murray's childhood home is Chapel Hill. Her grandmother was baptized as a slave 123 years before in the Old Chapel of the Cross. She speaks about the struggles for civil rights and women's equality and about growing up in the south; Reel 1 of 1; 55:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1001

Eight O'Clock: The Innocence of Joan Little: A conversation with James Reston, Jr. #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1001

Author of the Innocence of Joan Little: A Southern Mystery; Creative Writing Lecturer, UNC; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1002

Eight O'Clock: Burroughs, Ginsberg, 17 March 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1002

Reel 1 of 1; 63:20; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1003

Eight O'Clock: Tom Wicker, Bob Hall, 22 December 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1003

Reel 1 of 1; 59:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1004

Eight O'Clock: Tom Wicker, Assoc. Editor, NY Times, 20 December 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1004

Reel 1 of 1; 59:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1317

Eight O'Clock: Charles Frankel, President National Humanities Center #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1317

Reel 1 of 1; 43:10; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1320

Eight O'Clock: William Friday, UNC President, 8 December 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1320

Reel 1 of 1; 53:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1321

Eight O'Clock: Congressman Morris Udall Speech, 21 February 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1321

Reel 1 of 1; 64:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1322

Eight O'Clock: Senator Mark Hatfield, 8 February 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1322

North Carolina State University Alternative Futures Symposium. Tape furnished by WKNC-FM, Raleigh. 39:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1329

Eight O'Clock: William Colby/Syd Stapleton Debate, 31 March 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1329

Colby is former CIA Director and Stapleton is a member of the National Committee of the Socialist Worker's Party; Reel 1 of 1; 60:25; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1330

Eight O'Clock: Ron Nessen, Former Presidential Press Secretary and Veteran Broadcast Journalist, 27 September 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1330

Reel 1 of 1; 61:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1450

Eight O'Clock: Rosa Powell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1450

Dub no. 1; Reel 1 of 1; 59:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1697

Eight O'Clock: Vincent Phillips Interview, 9 January 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1697

Interview with Ohio native Vincent Phillip on being a black classical pianist and artist in residence at Vance Granville Community College; Reel 1 of 1; 31:34; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1698

Eight O'Clock: Indian Unity Conference, 7 March 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1698

Discusses need for progress and self-determination for Native American in N.C. and the country. David Lester is Commission for the Administration for Native Americans in Washington, D.C. He spoke at the conference 3/7/80 sponsored by the N.C. Commission on Indian Affairs at the Royal Villa in Raleigh; Reel 1 of 1; 18:54; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1700

Eight O'Clock: Frank Ellis on Federal Perspectives on Minority Health #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1700

Frank Ellis interview on Federal Perspectives on Minority Health; Reel 1 of 1; 31:02; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1703

Eight O'Clock: Priorities of Education in Washington, 17 January 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1703

Discusses federal regulation of education, competition among institution for money and priorities for higher education; Reel 1 of 1; 28:34; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1870

Eight O'Clock: Presidential Politics in the South, 22 July 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1870

UNC Political Science Prof Merle Black discusses the role of the South in recent presidential elections, with projections on election '80; Reel 1 of 1; 52:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1873

Eight O'Clock: Civil Activism for the 80's, 27 January 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1873

Church services activism meeting recorded at Russell Memorial Church in Durham, sponsored by the February 2nd Mobilization Committee; Reel 1 of 1; 1:07:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1876

Eight O'Clock: Nuclear of Not, 11 October 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1876

Examines energy alternatives in N.C. including wood, hydro, peat, solar, coal, and nuclear; Reel 1 of 1; 1:05:47; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1877

Eight O'Clock: Elleman vs Munson - Nuclear Debate, 18 February 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1877

Carolina Power and Light Vice President for Nuclear Research of Sate engineering Dr. Thomas Elleman debates solar action lobbyist Dick Munson on the future of nuclear energy and energy sources available; Reel 1 of 1; 52:55; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1879

Eight O'Clock: The Hunger Problem in North Carolina, 21 November 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1879

Reel 1 of 1; 42:02; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1880

Eight O'Clock: Dance in Carolina, 11 October 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1880

Talks to local dancers and teacher of dance and members of the Alvin Ailey Repertory Ensemble about dancing for professionals and students; Reel 1 of 1; 40:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1900

Eight O'Clock: William Leuchtenberg/America and the Sense of Limbo #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1900

William Leuchtenberg is the DeWitt Clinton Professor of History at Columbia University; Reel 10 of 57:34; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/14

Elmer Gibson Group no. 1 Arts Center, 25 June 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/14

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/15

Elmer Gibson Group no. 2 Arts Center, 25 June 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/15

Audiotape T-40278/2071

Elmer Oettinger Roundtable: Bill Strong, Dan Okun, Jack Adams, 9 March 1994 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2071

Audiotape T-40278/2072

Elmer Oettinger Roundtable: Daniel Pollitt, Rhoda Winn discussing Paul Greene, 3 March 1994 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2072

48:00

Audiotape T-40278/2075

Elmer Oettinger Roundtable: John Dixon, Samuel Holten, Blyden Jackson, 1 March 1994 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2075

Audiotape T-40278/2070

Elmer Oettinger, Bill Powell, John Graham, 8 March 1994 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2070

Audiotape T-40278/1009

Elvis Presley Tribute, 17 August 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1009

Reel 1 of 1; 59:28; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/47

EMF Orchestra, 23 July 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/47

Audiotape T-40278/841

Encounter Series Donna Coleman, 10 December 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/841

Ives no. 1: Piano Sonata; Reel 1 of 1; 35:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1717

Encounter Series Donna Coleman, 10 December 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1717

Four Chants for piano; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1620

Encounters Allen Shawn: Four Jazz Preludes, 2 November 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1620

East Duke Campus; Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1399

Encounters with the music of our time Program II: Newer Voices, 19 January 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1399

Stephen Jaffe, Louis Karchin, Steve Reich. Guest Artist: Linda Quan, violin; Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1400

Encounters with the music of our time Haubenstock-Ramat, Stephen Jaffe, Lutoslawski, 1 March 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1400

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1404

Encounters with the music of our time Program II: Newer Voices, 19 January 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1404

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1638

Encounters With the Music of Our Times What's New in Variation Forms?, 13 April 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1638

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1253

Encounters: With the music of our time Music of William Bolcom, 4 February 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1253

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/113

Ervin #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/113

SB Dub

Audiotape T-40278/1568

Ethics and Modern Medicine, 2 December 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1568

Dr. Larry Churchill and Dr. Allen Cross, UNC School of Medicine discuss ethics and medicine, informed consent, etc; Reel 1 of 1; 30:07; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/840

Ethiopian Politics and Famine, 18 January 1985 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/840

Discussing intervention workings in Ethiopia; Reel 1 of 1; 30:22

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/104

Eunice Milton Benton, Winston-Salem, N.C. #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/104

Audiotape T-40278/1601

Eutrophication and Phosphate Detergent Ban, 19 September 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1601

Reel 1 of 1; 28:26; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1764

Expanding Art Museums: N.C. and UNC, 13 April 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1764

Ackland Art Museum, North Carolina State Museum of Art; Reel 1 of 1; 29:54; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/959

Extinction, Overpopulation, and Nuclear War #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/959

Biologist and author Anne Ehrlich in conversation with David Warshauer; Reel 1 of 1; 23:52; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2026

Exxon/New York Philharmonic Radio Broadcasts, 16 September 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2026

Featuring Charles Ives Decoration Day among Vivaldi, Reich's Tehillim, and Brahms 92:00

Audiotape T-40278/2050

Exxon/New York Philharmonic Radio Broadcasts: Reich: Tehillim #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2050

Audiocassette C-40278/122

Faison #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/122

Audiotape T-40278/1901

Father Cares: The Last of Jonestown #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1901

NPR Feed; Reel 1 of 1; 89:00; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/39

F-D-X #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/39

Audiocassette C-40278/14

Fearrington Brunch talks: Tom Gjelton, 27 February 1994 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/14

90:00

Audiocassette C-40278/16

Fearrington Brunch talks: Mara Liasson, 1 January 1995 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/16

90:00

Audiocassette C-40278/19

Feature Disabled Wrestling, 16 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/19

Producer Faye Mitchell-Henderson

Audiotape T-40278/430

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 3/9/87 through 3/16/87), 12 February 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/430

Public School Progress; Wes Hare, Director of the Twin Streams Educational Center on helping workers displaced from mill closings; Building Students I, Lillian Lee - Director of the Alternative Program at Chapel Hill High School, Counselor Mary Gratch Abrams, and students in the program comment on a stay in school program; United States Olympic Festival Preparations I; Building Students II; Severe Weather Awareness Week, Doppler Radar; Kenneth Blanchard, author of The One Minute Manager; Duke Festival of Women in the Arts; Gullah Bible; Vocational Education; Ann Burke, Executive of the Urban Ministry Center of Raleigh on United States Congress action to help the homeless; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/431

Feature Reel Cuts 1-15 (aired 4/9/87 through 4/22/87), 30 March 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/431

NOW, women's issues; Albemarle/Pamlico Sounds in North Carolina; Hazardous Waste Site -- Retrospect; Airport expansion; Banking reform sought, American Bankers Association; The FAA; United States Olympic Festival; Prisons: Changing?; Choreographer Ruby Shand discusses Dai Rakuda Kan and butoh dance, ADF Director Charles Reinhart also comments; Playmakers' production of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream; Nancy Samalin, author of Loving Your Child is Not Enough; Craft Leader's Workshop; David Herbert Donald, author of Homeward: The Life of Thomas Wolfe; Robert Meusel on SANE, A Sane Approach to Nuclear Disarmament; Adolescent Alcohol Abuse; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/432

Feature Reel Cuts 1-14 (aired 4/22/87 through 4/30/87), 31 March 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/432

Job mismatch; Liberation Theology; Jon Metzger interview; Karl Van Horn on Business: International Competition; Museum Exhibit -- A City, James Grashow's execution of 12 foot tall buildings with human characteristics; Bangladesh Today (short version); Excel '87 Conference for Professional Women offering advice on selling yourself; Topsail Beach Mayor Kip Oppergaard on disappearing beaches; Erica Rothman on conflict resolution, session at Excel '87; Cape Hatteras Lighthouse; Bangladesh Today; Press Conference on Glenn Miller no. 3; Milk, the State Drink?, Senator from Haywood Charles Hipps debates the issue; Miller Press Conference no. 2 (see also no. 230, cut 17); Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/433

Feature Reel Cuts 1-19 (aired 4/30/87 through 5/7/87), 30 April 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/433

Rufus Edmisten on Irangate no. 3; Edmisten on Irangate no. 2; James Gallagher on the logistic problem of very early education for working families, Frank Porter Graham Child Center 20th Anniversary; Professor David Barber on Political Hotcakes no. 2; Professor David Barber on Political Hotcakes no. 1; Professor David Barber on Political Hotcakes no. 4; North Carolina State lawmakers considering English language bill, making English the official language of North Carolina; Frank Porter Graham Child Center 20th Anniversary, James Gallagher steps down as Director; Mother's Day Reconsidered no. 3; Mother's Day Reconsidered no. 1 with Dr. Fabianne Worth on women's issues; Mother's Day Reconsidered no. 2, women's films; Press Conference on Glenn Miller no. 1, White Patriot Party; The Sponge and Sexual Disease; Barber on Political Hotcakes no. 3, discussing problems of presidential candidate Gary Hart.;Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/434

Feature Reel Cuts 1-19 (aired 5/11/87 through 5/27/87), 4 May 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/434

United States Olympic Festival; Colorado views Gay Hart's political debacle; Walking Across Egypt, A Book by Clyde Edgerton; Affordable Housing; Voices from a women's prison; UNC Symposium Honors NIH; Local Churches view PTL problems; United States Olympics Festival -- General Operations; Philanthropy and Volunteerism with Dr. Charles Clotfelter; I-40 links and the summer United States Olympic Festival; Solid Waster Disposal I; Solid Waster Disposal II; Peace concert to promote disarmament; Rimer on University Land Plan; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/435

Feature Reel Cuts 1-17 (aired 5/27/87 through 6/9/87), 27 May 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/435

Department of Transportation against limiting cities contributions, concerning Raleigh's Outer Loop and lack of funding in rural areas; Sukay -- music of the Andes; United States Olympic Festival (July 13-26); Recycling Renascent in Chapel Hill; Verta Mae Grosvenor on writing an food opera and on her book Vibration Cooking; Salmonella and Chicken; New Biotechnology Company opens in Research Triangle Park: Everything you ever wanted to know about the chicken; Poverty amid prosperity in Durham and Raleigh/Wake; Choreographer Alvin Ailey, American Dance Festival; Anti Klan Unity Events, Greensboro Coalition for Unity and Justice; Political Cartoonists; Senator Terry Sanford's Anti Take-over Bill, limiting hostile take-overs in Washington, Burlington Industries mentioned; Alvin Ailey on choreographing; Dr. Michael Rosenberg on International AIDS conference; Meadowlands Industrial Park -- New; School Merger Trends in Durham and Orange County; Chapel Hill Klan March Permit; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/436

Feature Reel Cuts 1-21 (aired 6/10/87 through 6/18/87), 10 June 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/436

Walbrun on HMO's for State Employees; Medical Mutual Rate Increase; Chatham Coal Mine -- Followup; Seaweed Farming on Land; UNC Black Student Movement president on Anti-Klan March; Durham Parade permit to Klan; Bishop Lewis on counter Klan March; Rabbi Steve Sager on Counter Klan March; The AIDS test -- a practical guide; American Airlines HUB opening; Supreme Court Decision seen in North Carolina, Pam di Stefano, staff attorney at the Death Penalty Resource Center in Raleigh on impact of those affected after a death by murder; United States Olympic Festival -- Communications/The Media; Apex High School teacher Bob Matthews on High School Graduates II; Apex High School teacher Bob Matthews on High School Graduates I; Gay Pride Month Events II; Gay Pride Month Events I; Morrisville The Future I, the political setup; Morrisville's' Future II; North Carolina bill to ban shallow land burial of low-level radioactive waste; Mushak quits Public Health Service II, Dr. Paul Mushak on findings from a report on lead poisoning danger to young children being prepared for Congress; Mushak quits public health service I; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/437

Feature Reel Cuts 1-19 (aired 6/19/87 through 7/1/87), 19 June 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/437

English Professor Charles Zug on Summer Solstice -- an audio picture; Privette on Creationism decision; Sheldon Morgenstern Foner and the Eastern Music Festival; Peachy Times, agricultural crop; Chatham Man on World Food, Cary Fowler, genetic researcher; Promising Tobacco Crop; The Nursing Crisis I - Where the Profession Stands; The Nursing Crisis II - What's to be Done?; Umbria Jazz Festival; I-40 to Chapel Hill; Mayor Wib Gulley comments on gay pride march repercussions; American Dance Festival - L'Esquisse; The Ins and Outs of Summer Theatre; Adopt a Seed, genetic preservationist Cary Fowler of the Rural Advancement Fund; United States Olympic Festival Sport/Torch Run; Sludge Afloat in Crabtree Creek, problems at Butner treatment plant - Division of Environmental Management Director Paul Wilms comments; Groundbreaking Hope Valley Farms; Plans to re-introduce red wolves in North Carolina; Former Governor Jim Hunt on Growth; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/438

Feature Reel Cuts 1-17 (aired 7/1/87 through 7/14/87), 1 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/438

Supreme Court on Land Use decision; Governor Jim Martin at Dedication of I-40 at 15-501; Bicentennial Commission of N.C.; The Constitution and interpretation; United States Olympic Festival -- Torch Run; Low Level Radioactive Waste Omnibus Bill; Carolina's Cotton Crop; Pro abortion political planning; South-East Compact for Low-Level Radioactive Waste; Radon not seen as threat to Tar Heels; Olympic Festival traffic planning; N.C. Artists Exhibition; Auto Insurance Increases; ADF -- Dance Hawaii; Flowers Along I-40, DOT Landscaping; United States Olympic Festival -- participant services; Working through pain, Sports Medicine; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/439

Feature Reel Cuts 1-15 (aired 7/16/87 through 7/24/87), 14 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/439

Donna Deverona pleads for Olympic Peace; United States Olympic Festival -- Torch Exchange in Chapel Hill; Disabled Wrestling; Sports Medicine conclave; Robert Helmick -- USOC President on the 1988 Olympics in Korea; Wrestling Coach; Leroy T. Walker on Olympic Sport; Greensboro Road Development; Genetic diversity in Agriculture; Bob Beamon on the Long Jump and race in Sport; Archery and the Oldest Archer; Indoor Speed Ice Skating; First Aid at the Festival; Team handball -- What it Is; 3 year Secondary Education Project begins in Biotechnology; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/440

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 7/23/87 through 8/6/87) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/440

Olympic Basketball Prospects; United States Olympic Festival Profits and Merchandise; NPR Commentator Codrescu interview with Dalzell; Bob Hamil Reporter Eyes Hoosiers' Knight; Supplemental Education; The Workplace --- Change, Part I With Dr. Kenneth Spenner of Duke; The Workplace --- Change, Part II, workers in USSR; Flight, an audio impression of air travel; Moderate Income Housing in Chapel Hill with John Feuerbach; Caldwell County Exploding Ambulance; Arts at Black Mountain College with Mary Emma Harris; Dave Hansing, chair of Day Care Task Force discusses Day Care Cafeteria Style; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/441

Feature Reel Cuts 1-16 (aired 8/7/87 through 8/25/87) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/441

Bull City Blues Festival - preview; Groundbreaking for Center for TV; Aids Discrimination Legislation; Michael Jennings on Regional Public Transportation; Rep. Charles Cromer on AIDS and his Communicable Diseases Bill; John Cage Concert in conjunction with The Arts at Black Mountain College Exhibit; The Orange County Commission for Women's Businesswomen's Roundtable receives national recognition award; Ms. Harmon on the Harmonic Convergence event; English as a 2nd Language; Erwin Square Expansion; Magna Carta Comes to Town; Obituary -- Robert Burton House, Dr. William Friday recalls; Immunization Reminder; Endangered Animals Saved Part 1 and II; Housing Market Down?; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/442

Feature Reel Cuts 1-16 (aired 8/26/87 through 9/8/87) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/442

Life and Death -- Facing Both, featuring writer and performer Joe Kogel; Increase in Obesity in American population; Presidential Debates -- Candor?; The Lost Colony; Chancellor Fordham Resigns; Chancellor Fordham interview; Gayle Dorman on upgrading middle schools; Aids Identification Cards?; Aids Identification Cards -- Response, David Jolly, N.C.DHHS; Bone Loss; Aids Prevention in Public Schools; The Tarheel Band and Major John (Yasalaitis); Status of the Art Center; Amberly I, Carrboro mayor Jim Porto and UNC professor of City and Regional Planning David Gotts discuss the controversial proposed development in Carrboro; Candidates Forum (short version); Candidates Forum (long version); Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/443

Feature Reel Cuts 1-18 (aired 9/9/87 through 9/30/87) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/443

Compufest Coming; Super Collider Progress Report; Ear Rings, the musical adaptation of Lee Smith's novel Oral History, featuring music composed by members of the Red Clay Ramblers; Former Attorney General Rufus Edmisten discusses Irangate no. 1; Michael Mezzatesta: Duke Museum of Art to re-open; Selection of the site for N.C. Hazardous Waste Treatment Facility; Getting Professional Baseball in Raleigh; Lucinda McDade, Scientific Coordinator for the Organization for Tropical Studies at Duke discusses impacts of cutting the Rainforest; Nicholas Kitchen interview; Passive smoking: the effects of cigarette smoking on non-smokers; Miles Wolf semi-annual check-up; Medicare Premium cost increase; Casting call for Bull Durham; Christopher Hanney interview; Cleaning the beaches of North Carolina; Raleigh Outer Loop Highway Hearings; Christopher Stone on the environment and moral considerations; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/444

Feature Reel Cuts 1-15 (aired 9/11/87 through 10/8/87) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/444

North Carolina Symphony; Shaw University Comeback I; Shaw University Comeback II; 1st Meeting of the N.C. Low-Levil Radioactive Waste Management Authority; Merritt Mill Road Progress - Development; Robert Ward interview; Fire Prevention Week; The Raleigh Referenda; Arts Advocates Success Story; Wilmington's No to Consolidation; Theismann Press Conference on the NFL players strike; The Search for Nessie; Teen Bus Drivers; Afro American History Convention, annual meeting of the Association for the study of Afro-American Life and History; Playmaker's New Stage; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/445

Feature Reel Cuts 1-13 (aired 10/12/87 through 10/20/87) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/445

University Day I; University Day II; Alcohol Abuse: A Threat; Chlorofluorocarbon International Agreement; Triangle Youth Hostel Organizing; Carolina Basketball -- A Book; Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History; John Hope Franklin interview on the ASALH; Hazardous Waster Incineration; State Fair '87; Underwriter's Labs in Research Triangle Park; NRCD at the State Fair; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/446

Feature Reel Cuts 1-13 (aired 10/20/87 through 11/4/87), 13 October 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/446

Dr. Stephen Joseph, Health Commissioner for New York City on the increasing number of AIDS cases; Triangle Community Foundation; Home Equity Loans; Planned Parenthood's President Faye Wattleton; Todd Oppenheimer on Development: The West Coast Solution; Folk Festival Tar Heelia in the Village of Yesteryear at the State Fair; Recycling in Chapel Hill; Among the Afghans: A Book by Arthur Bonner foreign correspondent; Ogden Gerald of the EPA discusses Air Quality Violations; Burglaries in Chapel Hill; Orphans performed by the Playmakers Repertory Company, David Hammond discusses; Richard Sneiderman on Museum Associations and Politics; Frances Campbell, Coordinator of Psychoeducational Services at Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center comments on containing the horror of Halloween; Duke Professor Robert Entmann comments on the endorsement of Durham Mayor Wib Gulley by the Committee on the Affairs of Black People; AIDS education in Miami, Florida; the Hardback Cafe owner Grant Kornberg discusses litigation regarding copyright infringement by owners of the Hard Rock Cafe; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/447

Feature Reel Cuts 1-09 (aired 11/4/87 through 11/23/87), 4 November 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/447

Day Care Conference; UNC graduate and instructor Jill McCorkle on her new novel Tending to Virginia; WUNC jazz announcer and Spectator Magazine critic Freddy Jenkins on Goldie Oldies, the popularity of bands and performers of rock music; Trauma Registry Begins at N.C. Memorial Hospital; Dr. Rebecca Martin on Saints and Heroes exhibition at the N.C. Museum of Art; The Stock Market drop and the Triangle I; The Stock Market Drop and the Triangle II; Trends in Biotechnology; James Tanner, President of Tanner Companies, Inc., comments on the manufacture of Russian designs by his company in Rutherfordton; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/448

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 12/29/87 through 1/12/88) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/448

Courses for Student/Athletes of Proposition 48; Lee Hauser, North Carolina Insurance Commission, John Palczuk, President of Carolina home Inspection Associates, comment on problems of home construction quality II; Where's quality construction? I, featuring Building Inspector George Birmingham, Durham Assistant City Manager Gregory Bethea, North Carolina Deputy Commissioner for Engineering and Inspections for the North Carolina Insurance Commission; The New Papa D's (Danziger) coffee house, re-incarnated by a non-profit group chaired by Joseph Sparling; Dr. Patricia Waller, Director, Injury Prevention Research Center and Associate Director of the Highway Safety Research Center on problems with raising the speed limit, No more 65-mph roadways; Author Elizabeth Wheaton's talk about Code Name: Green Kill, a new book about the 1979 Greensboro Clan/Communist Party killings; Raleigh Boychoir; Mab Segrest, spokeswoman for North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence, comments on Miller sentencing and racist violence generally in North Carolina; First Public Meeting of the Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Authority; Interviews with Steve Reich, composer of New York Counterpoint and Richard Stoltzman, who performed the piece on clarinet at Duke; An Interview with Richard Stoltzman; An Interview with Steve Reich; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/451

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 1/6/88 through 1/19/88), 1 December 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/451

James Olson, director of North Carolina Agriculture Department's Agricultural Statistics Division discusses Farms: The Past and Outlook; Development: Jack Nicklaus community in Chatham; Former Chapel Hill Town Councilman R.D. Smith remembers; Rosemary Square -- Delay or not to delay; Long term care -- Services for the Elderly; What We Think of Development -- A Poll; A Better Understanding of AIDS; Ciompi Quartet/ composer Michael Ching; James Hayslett looks at the past and future of business; Martin Luther King Jr.'s Living Dream; Durham Senior Citizens' Support; Building Schools: Facilities; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/452

Feature Reel Cuts 1-15 (aired 1/12/88 through 1/28/88), 1 December 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/452

Employment of handicapped and developmentally disabled individuals at Durham Exchanges Club Industry; Building Schools: Perspectives; Like a Family -- A Book I, early textiles - growth and development, strikes, labor unrest; Building Schools: Prescriptions; Like a Family -- A Book, II, unionism, dissolution, hi-tech; Raleigh Symphony's premiere of A Celebration of Spirituals; Like a Family, Part III --- Mill Buildings Today, Clay Hamner on Erwin Square development, Roland Gammon on Pilot Square mill reincarnation in Raleigh; Harpsichordist Robert Hill recital preview; Let's Talk Trash -- Public Forum(s) with Bruce Heflin, Public Works director of Chapel Hill on waste management; Triangle Land Conservancy's successful purchase of the White Pines Natural Area; Roland Gammon on City Market: Will it Work?; Options in Adoption, TriOpt; Watershed Protection, I; Watershed Protection, II; O'Neil's Mourning Becomes Electra performed by Player's Repertory Company; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/459

Feature Reel Cuts 1-15 (aired 6/15/77 through 7/4/77) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/459

Goodwill Industries; Community Adult Education; Carnivorous Plants with Ritchie Bell, Director N.C. Botanical Garden; Migraine Therapy Group; League of Women Voters/Energy; National Opera Company; International Women's Year Conference; International Women's Year Conference II: Women and Health; International Women's Year Conference III: Late Bloomers; Men and Masculinity; International Women's Year Conference IV: Older Women; Girl Scouts; Cynthia Leggett/Cosmetic Care; Topless Dancer; International Women's Year Conference V: Finances; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/460

Feature Reel Cuts 1-14 (aired 7/4/77 through 7/18/77) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/460

Negro Braille Magazine; McCauley Street Party; International Women's Year Conference: Women on the Job; International Women's Year Conference: Arts and Humanities; Lucille Clifton/Women and Work; Eno Independence Day; Stillbirth Society; Images of Aging/Governor's Conference Overview; Images of Aging II: Advocacy; Images of Aging III: Minorities; Chapel Hill Youth Theatre; Images of Aging IV: Employment and Retirement; Images of Aging V: Lula Watson; Images of Aging VI: Housing; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/461

Feature Reel Cuts 1-14 (aired 7/18/77 through 8/8/77) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/461

SIFT: Summer Involvement for Teenagers; Images of Aging VII: Transportation; Images of Aging VIII: Homekeepers/Orange County; Images of Aging IX: Mental Health; Images of Aging X: UNC's Elderhostel; Watering Plants; Crops and the Drought; OWASA: Orange Water and Sewer Authority; Care of Trees and Shrubs in the Drought; African Health Institute Project; Well, well, well Live on Homestead Road - Well owners; OWASA II; Switchboard Chapel Hill; Recycling Cans; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/462

Feature Reel Cuts 1-15 (aired 8/9/77 through 8/25/77) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/462

Composting; Grocery Garbage; Junk Art; Garbage Man/Mr. Caldwell; Solid Waster/Conservation Council; Small Press Van Bookmobile; Valdese Theatre; Industrial Waste; Snow Camp Theatre; Water Update; Competency testing; Souls From Within I; Sould From Within II; Make Today Count; Grounding Space, Participants in GS Switchboard Counselors, Chapel Hill; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/463

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 8/31/77 through 9/23/77) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/463

Highland Games; Natural History Museum; Third Century Artists; Scoliosis; Air Quality Reporting Standard; Volunteerathon; Trains/James Bistline; Dedication of Cultural Arts Center; Bert Lance Vox Pop; Mopeds, N.C. Highway Patrol; Night Taxi Service; Gourd Hobbyists; Hauntings; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/464

Feature Reel Cuts 1-8 (aired 9/26/77 through 10/5/77) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/464

TV News Study; Friends of the Library; Goats, with Goat owners Ann and Bill Woodward; Mainstreaming, Director of Special Education Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools; Derby Day; Jim Hall/Humanities Conference; Cole Genn/Humanities Education; Charles Rivers/Humanities Education; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/465

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 10/7/77 through 10/20/77) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/465

Hal Richman: A Store is a Store; Treehouse; Bikeways; Land Use Planning; Police/Public Safety; School Lunch I; School Lunch Week II; Bob Timberlake Collection; Sterilization /Dr. Juroslaw Hollea, Professor/OB-Gyn, UNC; The Tuba: No Respect with David Reed; Richard Adlerl North Carolina State Fair/Apples; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/466

Feature Reel Cuts 1-7 (aired 10/21/77 through 11/2/77) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/466

Sterilization: Hollea; State Fair: Homemaking; Vox Pop: Election; Southern Bell; Kids on Halloween; Succession Vox Pop; Succession Amendment: Pro and Con; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/467

Feature Reel Cuts 1-11 (aired 11/3/77 through 11/24/77) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/467

Balanced Budget Amendment; Homestead: Life Insurance Amendments; Election Vox Pop Update; Vox Pop: Parents and Education; American Women's Museum; Students and Education Vox Pop; Fast for a World Harvest; Kennedy; UNC Women's Lockers; Thanksgiving Kids I; Thanksgiving Kids II; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/468

Feature Reel Cuts 1-9 (aired 11/3/77 through 12/13/77) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/468

Women in Communications; Blind Photographer; YMCA/YWCA Bazaar; Wilington 10/Congressmen; Senate Candidates in Law School; Peace Academy; William Friday, UNC President; Cooperative Garage; WilliamFriday II; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/469

Feature Reel Cuts 1-14 (aired 12/14/77 through 12/31/77) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/469

Children's Rights; Amnesty International; Blacks in Society; Smoke Detectors; Tom Wicker: Press/President; Christmas Tree; Holly; EPA Air Quality Trends; Holiday Depression; Christmas Feature; Credit Counseling; Guy Lombardo; Radioactive Accident; Holiday and Alcohol; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/470

Feature Reel Cuts 1-10 (aired 1/3/78 through 1/18/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/470

Aging and Sex; Amos Reed Talks about Prisons; James Reston, Jr.: Joan Little; Porno Shops; Folk Medicine I; Health Care Vox Pop; Folk Medicine II; Folk Medicine III; Sterilization; Nuclear Weapons; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/471

Feature Reel Cuts 1-14 (aired 1/23/78 through 2/7/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/471

Wilmington 10 I: Wilmington 10 Vox Pop; Wilmington 10 II; WCHL Anniversary; Governor Hunt Wilmington 10; Skin Bank, N.C. Jaycees Burn Center; Opryland, USA; Rubella Vaccine; HEW/Joseph Cahfano I; HEW/Joseph Cahfano II; Summer; Fitch/Energy Monitor; Dental Health Week; Labor Center; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/472

Feature Reel Cuts 1-10 (aired 2/8/78 through 2/24/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/472

Contraceptives and Cancer; Amnesty International; Lester Ball Future Projections; Valentine's Day, interviewing children from Ephesius Rd. School; Africa News; Nuclear Power; Immunization; Henry Kyemba, Uganda, VP World Health Organization; Savak, Chuck Eppinette, American Friends Service Committee; Secrets; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/473

Feature Reel Cuts 1-9 (aired 3/6/78 through 3/22/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/473

Job Market Today; Space: the Final Frontier, Gerard O'Neil, Physicist/Princeton University; Eugene Banks, Duke basketball; Sam Love, Environment; Congresswoman Shirley Chisolm; Dissertation Blues with Dr. Richard Hunter and Sara Cooper Clinical Psychologists in Private Practice; Brown Lung Disease; Morton Halperin on the CIA; Interview with South African Black Journalist; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/474

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 3/23/78 through 4/11/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/474

Mark Hatfield on the Future of Energy; Civil Liberties, Bruce Ennis National Legal Director, ACLU; Joan Scott: Women; poet Robert Bly; Interview with Mattuhya Peled, Major General - Israeli Army; Askia Muhammed; Facial Artist Jane Lipton, Duke Medical School; Illegal Aliens; Sportswriter Dan Collines; FDA - Confusion; South African Poet Denis Brutus; Wizard of Oz; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/475

Feature Reel Cuts 1-13 (aired 4/12/78 through 5/5/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/475

Chilean Assassination; Igor Roodenko, Traveling Psychological Salesman; Humor, Paul Grayson, Psychology Graduate Student, UNC; Rape and the Dress, Joan Walsh, CH Women Against Violence Against Women; Women and Construction; Malnutrition; Improvisation and Life on the Road, John Maypede, actor; A Look into the United States and World Food Supply; Chapel Hill Since the 1940's; Wildflower Conservation; Senate Elections; Sun Day, National Coordinator of Sun Day; Child Labor Laws; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/476

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 5/8/78 through 5/26/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/476

Homosexuality in the Military; Post-Graduate Depression; Problem with the Small Press and the National Endowment for the Humanities; American Dance Theatre; the Nuclear Trail; UNC Desegregation Decision; Graduation/Wilmington Ten; Black Artists in N.C.; African Liberation Day; Yosel Karsh, portrait photographer; PGA Dreamer, amatuer golf; Captain magic, Ephesus Rd Elementary School; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/477

Feature Reel Cuts 1-11 (aired 5/29/78 through 6/9/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/477

Runaway Parents; Central Prison; Second Grade Latin; Government Executives Institute; The Persuasians; Alcohol Abuse; Crest Street Community; Adolescent Center; Liquor By the Drink I; Liquor by the Drink II; Cotton Dust; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/478

Feature Reel Cuts 1-10 (aired 6/12/78 through 6/23/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/478

Minimum Competency: State Competency testing; Gold Diggers: Red Gold Hill Mine; American Cancer Society; Barber on the Presidency; Strawberries: talking with a farmer in Carburrus County; William Warfield; Brown Lung; Privacy Law Revision; First Woman PH.D; Energy Future: Carl Shey, Chairman - Institute for Environmental Studies; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/479

Feature Reel Cuts 1-10 (aired 6/26/78 through 7/7/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/479

Greensboro Jazz Orchestra; High School Law Conference; Instant Analysis; Local Bakke React; Pastoral Care program; Summer Jobs; Campus Governing Council; Ford Fair: interview with Barbara Wallace, Student Rural Health Coalition; Durham Folklife Festival: talking with members of the Durham Gospel Jubilation; AC Dance Theatre; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/480

Feature Reel Cuts 1-10 (aired 7/10/78 through 7/28/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/480

Grandfather Mountain - Highland Games; Psycho-Active Drugs: Center for Disabilities and Disorders in Developmental Learning; Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever; American Dance Machine; Helms: an interview with Dr. James Lucier, Policy Advisor to Senator Jesse Helms; Grist mill; Fertility Study; Heat Stroke; N.C. Archeology; Elvis Clone; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/481

Feature Reel Cuts 1-9 (aired 7/31/78 through 8/10/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/481

Ethics and Politics; Test Tube Babies for N.C.; Women's Training Center; Survival Reading: Interview with Anne Adams, Professor of Education and Director of Reading Center at Duke on reading and understanding bills, forms, and other items; Old West: Milk Holt; Infertility; First Flight; Competency Testing; Reading in Kindergarten: interview with Anne Adams; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/482

Feature Reel Cuts 1-8 (aired 8/15/78 through 9/8/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/482

Medical Education Development Program; Rural Health Care; Stress: Interview with Dr. William Redford of Duke on biofeedback and new approaches to deal with pain and stress; PCBs: interview with toxicologist Arthur McBay and environmentalist for N.C. Department of Natural Resources Robert Carter, includes excerpts from 8/17 conference of Governor Hunt discussing PCB spill background, health hazards, state plans for disposal; Cued Speech (a hand-code for helping deaf individuals understand speech) and the auto-cuer. One of many communication methods used by Deaf individuals; College Adjustment I; College Adjustment II; Students Older than Average: Nontraditional students; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/483

Feature Reel Cuts 1-7 (aired 9/11/78 through 9/23/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/483

Mid-East Perspective: interview with Dr. Ed Agar on the changing psychology and view of interpersonal behavior and its relationship to the Middle East; Mime; Brutality and Football; Beginning Sports; Competency Tests I; Competency Tests II; Religious Schools; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/484

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 9/27/78 through 10/19/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/484

Battered Women I; Battered Women II; Dr. Spock on Socialism and nuclear future; Vietnam Famine; Bob Hall, Institute for Southern Studies, on Rich Vs Poor; Coney Island, interview with John Casson-author of Amusing the Millions; Holistic healing: discussing preventative medicine with Leaf Diamant; Jim Grant of the Charlotte Three; Textile Mills: brown lung question; Bernice Reagon - Freedon Singer; Shampoo: How hair dressers serve as councelors to some of their customers; Citizenship: interview with new United States citizens; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/485

Feature Reel Cuts 1-11 (aired 10/30/78 through 11/16/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/485

Star-Gazing: interview with April Sauer, Education Advisor at the Morehead Planetarium; Pea Ridge Road: interview with Chatham County Coummunity leaders on effects of Army Corps of Engineers plan to flood Jordan Dam Reservoir and local food; Competency Tests; SANE - SALT: psychological sress factors of arms race and rejection of proposed Salt II treaty by the Senate; Ballet; Russian Dissident: intervie with Pavel Litvinov, publisher of a chronical on human rights in USSR; North Carolina Playwright Jonathan Bolt; North Carolina Cohaitationa Law; Karen Silkwood: interview with Ann Ramsbotham of the Kudzu Alliance on Silkwood's death and the nuclear energy question; Interview with Julian Bond; The Great American Smokeout and North Carolina; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/486

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 11/21/78 through 12/12/78) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/486

Honor Code Violations; Military Draft; Liquor by the Drink in Orange County; The Badgett Sisters: gospel singing family; Billion Dollar Bike; Migrant Workers; Nuclear Power - Sierra Club; Woolyu Worms; Institute for Open Journalism; Players repertory Company: Cold Storage; Lady Slipper Music: interview with Laurie Fuchs on women's music; PCB - Chatham County; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/487

Feature Reel Cuts 1-10 (aired 12/13/78 through 1/12/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/487

First Flight - Historical Perspective; First Flight - Witness: interview with Archie Daniels, son of John Daniels; Man Will Never Fly Society: the alleged flight of the Wright Brothers; Southern Violence; Shopping Mall Santas; New Year List: interview with Jim Fleishman of Carolina Action on N.C. enforcement of Carter's voluntary wage price guidelines; N.C. Rape Laws; Rape; Tobacco Farmer; Freedom of Information Act; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/488

Feature Reel Cuts 1-11 (aired 1/16/79 through 2/5/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/488

Corporation Shrink: Feature on employee assistance programs, interviews with Norm Conte of Lufkin Industries and Barney Rickenbacker, Wake County Occupational Health Center; Wage Gap; Solar Home; Battered Women; Eight Hands: interview with Glenn Hinson, N.C. Museum of History on Black Oral History and modern effects; Harmonica Champion, Chris Turner; HEW; Interview with David Martin on Energy; Fixed Incomes and the elderly; Tobacco Town - Durham's local economy; Working women: wages, sociological, psychological problems of 80% of the work force; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/489

Feature Reel Cuts 1-13 (aired 2/6/79 through 2/24/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/489

Drugs in School; Parents in the Classroom; Snowstorm; Carolina Challenge Announcement; Ramsey Clark: his talk with the Ayattolah Khomeni of Iran; Darvon health hazards; Save Pea Ridge Road; ERA in N.C.; Andy Griffith Tells Romeo and Juliet; Reflections on the snowfall; Labor/Management Relations at Duke Hospital; Diets; UNC/HEW visit; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/490

Feature Reel Cuts 1-14 (aired 2/27/79 through 3/30/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/490

Klan in Winston-Salem; Jogging; Mideast; Discrimination Laws; UNC/HEW; Kids and old age: senior citizens; Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman: interview with Michelle Wallace; Health Consumers Organization; Composer Tom Johnson: Five Shaggy Dog Operas; Raleigh Art Sculpture; Jimmy Santigo Baca; Isabel Letelier: feature preview in connection with 8 o'clock on Isabel Letelier; Babies and working moms; Mark Naison (in connection with 8 o'clock on Naison); 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/491

Feature Reel Cuts 1-11 (aired 4/2/79 through 4/25/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/491

Humor: interview with Professor Paul Brandes of the Speech Department at UNC on what people laugh at and why, the effects of humor; Nuclear Power I; Nuclear Power II; Nuclear Power III; William Leuchtenberg; Transportation: car alternatives; Transportation Planning and Growth; Carpools; John Hope Franklin; Hospice; Family: Z. Giraldo, Center for Study of the Family and the State; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/492

Feature Reel Cuts 1-10 (aired 4/26/79 through 5/21/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/492

Cars; Housing: west end housing and absentee landlords; Atomic Bombs; The Art School in Carrboro; N.C. Common Cause; Police Chief: interview with Frederick Heineman, new chief; Balanced Growth in North Carolina: interview with Mercer Doty, Director, N.C. Public Policy Research Center; Brown Vs Board of Education: interview with mark Miller, Associate Editor, Southern Exposure Magazine; Schools and Sex Educaion; Conservation Clown: Ed Shoucair; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/493

Feature Reel Cuts 1-6 (aired 5/22/79 through 6/1/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/493

Construction work in progress: interview with Edward Hilly of Carolina Power and Light, John Neuteld of UNC-G and the N.C. Energy Policy Council, and Jim Overton of KUDZU Alliance; PCB and Toxic Waste Disposal; Dance in North Carolina; Elderly Care I; Elderly Care II; Elderly Care III; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/494

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 6/4/79 through 6/19/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/494

Elderly Care IV; Elderly Care V; Women in Prison; National Opera Company; N.C. Champer Players; Young People's Orchestra; George Hold, State Folklorist: N.C. Traditional Dances; Middle Age Drugs: members of the Drug Evaluation Center in Durham; Assertion Training; Chapel Hill Recreation; Carrboro Recreation; Skylab; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/495

Feature Reel Cuts 1-15 (aired 6/22/79 through 9/15/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/495

Outdoor Theatre; Sidney Rittenburg; Inflation Vox Pop; Prices and Solutions to inflation; Human Rights; July 4th; Isolation and loneliness; Chapel Hill Farmers Fair; Fetal Heart Monitor and its relationship to increasing numbers of Caesarean sections; Chapel Hill Area Pooling System (CHAPS); Bus System; Low Income Housing; Building Housing; Chapel Hill Housing - Zoning; Carrboro Planning; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/496

Feature Reel Cuts 1-13 (aired 9/14/79 through 10/4/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/496

University Housing; Durham Community Development; Housing Attitudes; Duke Miles; OWASA; Durham Civic Center; Raleigh School Enrollment I; Rlaeigh School Enrollment II; Howard Morland on current court battle and his still unpublished article The H-Bomb: How we got it and why we're telling it; Howard Morland interview: discussing the 1970's as apathetic and the 1960's as artificial; UFW Strike: striking farmworkers; Resource Recovery I; Resource Recovery II; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/497

Feature Reel Cuts 1-15 (aired 10/5/79 through 10/30/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/497

Durham School Issues; Chapel Hill/Carrboro School I; Chapel Hill/Carrboro School II; N.C. Tourism; Bicycle Club; Moscow State Symphony tour Cancellation; Addicted Smoker: the process of giving up; Community Self-Help Project: interview with Ed Berman, founder of Interaction Trust, a project which teaches theatre and communication skills to enhance daily life in Camden, England; State Fair Crafts: Aira Wallace of Cedar Grove talks about people who buy Aloe tinnery at the fair; Home Loans; Social Security I; Social Security II; Nell Irvin Painter; Radiation Wastes; Two Career Marriages I; Two Career Marriages II; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/498

Feature Reel Cuts 1-17 (aired 10/31/79 through 11/23/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/498

Home Self-Servicing; Learning Environments I; Learning Environments II; Financial management; School Bus Safety; School Bus Drivers; Radioactive Materials Transportation; Referenda Vox Pop; School Bus Education; Great American Smokeout; James Reston, Jr. discusses his play Sherman, the Peacemaker, audience members comment, and actor David Litle reads one of Sherman's speeches; Tennessee Child Restraint Law; A Carolina Christmas; Cleft Lip/Palate I; Cleft Lip/Palate II; 55 MPH: Highway Patrol discuss traffic fatality; N.C. Adoptions; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/499

Feature Reel Cuts 1-14 (aired 11/26/79 through 12/14/79) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/499

Raleigh Drug Bust I: Dr. Bob Bridges, Assistant Superintendent for the Wake County School District explains why the undercover drug operation resulting in the arrests of 102 students was carried out; Raleigh Drug Bust II; Contingency Plan; Winter Weather featuring Chris Hamilton, old codger from Gatlingburg, TN and John McClain, meteorologist, RDU airport; Communist Workers Party (CWP) harassment; Low Level Waste Sites I; Low Level Waste Sites II; Sponsoring Foster Kids; Hospital Visual Arts; Hosptial Performing Arts; Hypertensive Children; Saving Gasoline; Viruses I; Viruses II; Boxes: Chris Hamilton of Hamilton House Furniture in Gatlinburg, TN talks about the boxes he makes as Christmas presents; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/500

Feature Reel Cuts 1-15 (aired 12/17/79 through 1/5/80) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/500

Dough Ornaments; Women's Career Choices I; Women's Career Choices II; Women's Career Choices III; Moped Safety; 80th annual Christmas Bird Count December 30; international experiment: Mary Brady, Triangle Experiment in International Living, seeks family to host 19-year old male nurse from Switzerland; Juvenile Code I; Juvenile Code II; Rape Laws; Sex Offenses Law; Gatlinburg Reflections, les Rust of Hamilton House Furniture in Gatlinburg discusses rude vacationers; Soviet Sticky Fingers I: Speculating on the impact of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan; Soviet Sticky Fingers II; Soviet Sticky Fingers III; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/501

Feature Reel Cuts 1-14 (aired 1/7/80 through 1/26/80) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/501

New 30-month Certificate of Deposit; Superintendent Security; Peeling Pounds I: Why people think they're fat; Peeling Pounds II: how to lose weight effectively; Sharon Harris Geology: Nuclear Power Plant and the effects on the Chapel Hill water supply if there were a meltdown; Bus Monitors I; Bus Monitors II; N.C. High Priority Infant Tracking Program; Wildlife Resources; Credit Counseling; Domestic Violence; Japanese Investments; Positive parenting; Shah Yazid Link; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/502

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 1/25/80 through 2/6/80) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/502

Katie and the Computer book, author Fred D'Ignazio; urban development; Shii Authority; Iranian goodwill; Keeping High School drop-outs in; Extended Day programs; Anniversary of the Lunch Counter sit-ins in Greensboro; Andrew Young; Report on the Greensboro Mobilization; Greensboror Diversity; February 2 Mobilization Committee and misinformation regarding the march; Civil Rights Issues; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/503

Feature Reel Cuts 1-16 (aired 2/7/80 through 3/1/80) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/503

Food Sales Tax; Integrated Furnace, EPA's Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory; Kids and Valentines; Love Lore: David Bannish on the origins of Valentine's Day; Road Carpets; ECT I (Electroconvulsive Therapy); ECT II; ECT III; Holistic Hearings: Guilford County traffic; Beating Inflation I; Beating Inflation II; Housing Lottery; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/504

Feature Reel Cuts 1-13 (aired 2/27/80 through 3/18/80) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/504

Beating Inflation III; ESP Today I; ESP Today II; Alcohol Traffic Safety; Food and Fitness; Manners on Vacation; IRA-ARI; Kampuchean Aid; Vietnam Human Rights; Push for Normalization: Linda McGloin of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom discusses boat people; Irish Wake: Mark Dugan of Raleigh remembers; Gaellic Grandmother: Mark Dugan discusses growing up Irish; 1040 Time; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/662

Feature Reel Cuts 1-13 (aired 3/19/80 through 4/4/80) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/662

Jay's Story I; Jay's Story II; Daisy; Trip to Europe; Dispute Settlement; Energy Responses; Boat People; Vietnam Recognition; Mutual Funds Revisited; Title XX Devise; Balanced Budget Reaction; Wringing Out Inflation; Kay Gardner. 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/663

Feature Reel Cuts 1-13 (aired 3/19/80 through 4/4/80) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/663

Easter Leprechauns; Cambodia/Kampuchea; C. Perkins Gilman; Arts Plosure; Yom Ha Shoah; One-Man Band; Stained Glass Craftsman; The Perils of Pollen; Radiological Silver; Candlemaker; Language Experience; New Games; Meeting in the Middle; Fort Bragg Reaction; Exercise Away Type A

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Audiotape T-40278/822

Feature Reel Cuts 1-14 (aired 11/24/87 through 12/9/87), 16 November 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/822

Kitty Dukakis Campaigns for Mike; Thanksgiving Traffic outlook; Original Thanksgiving Menu; Man Bites Dog Theater - experimental theater and gallery opens in Durham; Dr. Lynn Cheney, National Endowment Chair on United States Education; Peace Corps gains recognition; N.C. - a two party state?; Social responsibility - a conference; A World Class Region, I - conference; A World Class Region II; Family Health and Planning; Chapel hill Planning Worship; The Summit and Economics; Low Income Housing Conference; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/823

Feature Reel Cuts 1-13 (aired 12/09/87 through 12/29/87), 8 December 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/823

Zbigniew Brzezinski news conference - discusses INF treaty; Zbigniew Brzezinski follow-up; Area wide toll-free telephone service in Chatham county; Russian Rock music - Andrei Makarevich, leader of popular Society rock group Time Machine visits the triangle among other Russian participants of program called Bridges for Peace; Area wide telephone service II; Political Seer in Colorado; Wildlife in N.C. - a book by Jim Dean and Larry Early; New UNC Football coach Mack Brown and UNC Athletic Director John Swofford; Project Uplift - Help for disadvantaged youth; Raleigh Homeless, I; Raleigh Homeless II; Child Safety for Christmas; White Pines Natural Area; Reel 1 of 1; 60:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/824

Feature Reel Cuts 1-12 (aired 1/27/88 through 2/9/88), 22 January 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/824

Flying Fiddles -- Chet Procino masterclass; S. Hadi Raza Ali - Pakistan Consul General in the United States: long version; Central's Number 1 Eagles - interview with N.C.CU head basketball coach Mike Bernard; Pakistan Consul General in N.C. - a Preview; New Legislative Study Group on Pest Control; Vertamae Grosvenor remembers; The Red Time - its residue in hunger, interview with Marilyn McNeela of the Food Bank in Raleigh about supplying food to beleaguered fishermen on the coast; United Art Fund Drive in Final Month - Henry Bowers of the Capital Area Arts Foundation; Tougher admissions reminder - Gary Barnes, Assoc. VP for Planning, UNC System; Parenting Traps - comments from teacher-parent consultants; The Public and Siting a low-level radioactive waste facility; Student activist recognized - Joel Segal; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/825

Feature Reel Cuts 1-13 (aired 2/10/88 through 2/18/88), 8 February 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/825

The Lumbee -- who are they? Short version, conversation with Betty Oxendine Mangum, Lumbee and director of Indian Education in the Department of Public Instruction; N.C. Indians -- Who are they? Long version; Black males at risk preview; Ping Chong - New York Artist who led participatory workshop at Duke; News helicopters -- a nuisance? WTVD News Director speaks about the Denver incident; The United States and Mexico - Allies?; Insurance -- Auto reductions, auto insurance rates; Durham Area Road Plans I; Health Insurance -- Senior's Program; Durham Area Road Plans II; Joe Graedon Commentary - white coat hypertension; School/Community Helping Hands Project - Wake County Schools Superintendant Robert Bridges on black male development, Fuquay - Varian Asst. Principal James Hargett comments; the Future of Amtrak in Raleigh; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/826

Feature Reel Cuts 1-11 (aired 2/19/88 through 2/25/88), 14 February 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/826

School/Community Helping Hands Project II; School/Community Helping Hands Project III; UNC Audit Review -- Short version; UNC Audit Reflections -- Long Version; School/Community Helping Hands Project IV; Price on World Market; N.C. Amateur Sports N.C.AS Endowment; Artists Bearden and Evans - Asst Curator Huston Paschal comments on two Black artists whose work is currently being exhibited at the State Art Museum; Carolina Author - New Press, Long Version: Allan Gurganis, Rocky Mount native; Carolina Author with the new press; short version; Using Biotechnology to help the peach industry -- United States Department of Agriculture sponsored southern regional conference; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/827

Feature Reel Cuts 1-13 (aired 2/29/88 through 3/8/88), 24 February 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/827

Telephone Foul-up - about the recent blocking of phone system in the triangle when ticket sales for Bruce Springsteen concert locked people out; Shirley Causar, councilwoman, singer, evangelist, Garret Weyr -- Author; Environmental Defense Fund opens up North Carolina Office; Rowing -- the perfect sport?; Triangle Dailies: Tackling the competition I; Triangle Dailies: Tackling the competition II; Holly Near -- song; Exercise and Health; UNC Phone System Plans; Polls and Politics; Frank Lloyd Wright -- Again?, long version: talk with Lyman Shepherd, an impersonator of FLW; Frank Lloyd Wright -- Again, long version; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/828

Feature Reel Cuts 1-13 (aired 3/09/88 through 3/17/88), 26 February 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/828

Psychological Aspects of Athletic Injury; Crisis at Rape Crisis Center -- membership drive launch; Local analysts on Super Tuesday preview; Playmakers Repertory Company Next: On the Verge; Competitiveness and Athletics; North Carolina Museum of Art exhibit Robes of Elegance: Japanese Kimonos of the 16th through 20th centuries - talking with Richard Scneidermann, Director of the museum and Mauriyama San, research Associate, National Museum of Japanese History, through an interpreter; Peanuts -- alternatives to growing tobacco?; Emerging issues Forum: Taking Control of the Future with Paul Volcker - former Chair of the Federal One Reserve Board, Donald Peterson, Chair of Board of Ford Motor Company and Bill Clinton, Governor of Arkansas; Durham's Women's needs survey; Emerging issues Forum - short version; North Carolina State University Centennial Campus -- George McKinney of North Carolina; Israeli Diplomat on Mideast - short version; Peace activist Richard Boren on Nicaraguan experiences; Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/829

Feature Reel Cuts 1-07 (aired 3/17/88 through 3/25/88), 7 March 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/829

Israeli Diplomat on Mideast - Muhammed Mussarwa, long version; Southeastern Historical Keyboard Society - Randall Love interview; Black Experience workshop: Issues - Dr. Audreye Johnson and Dr. Andrew Billingsly comment; Polinet - Political Science on computer - Dr. Micahel Vasu, N.C. State University; The Space Program: What Profit? - Alex Roland, his views on privatization of the space agency, long version; the Space Program: What Profit?, long version; Composer Ulysses Kay interview; Reel 1 of 1; 60:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/830

Feature Reel Cuts 1-11 (aired 3/22/88 through 3/31/88), 17 March 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/830

North Carolina Museum of Art design Team meets about site development plans; Vernon Bellecourt, leader of the American Indian Movement, original founder of the Rainbow Coalition, and supporter of the Jackson Campaign, on Presidential Candidates; Museum of History Research Associate Jackson Marshall on Japanese and American kites on display and Marianne Wason, Curator of Research, comments on 100 years of wedding fashion and gowns on display; Philip Glass Interview; Children in Poverty in North Carolina; Philip Glass interview, long version; What does the North Carolina Secretary of State do? -- UNC Political Science Professor Thad Beyle on Thad Eure's retirement; North Carolina Dancing for Life Concert; Giving North Carolina the Business I: Need to support Small Business; Giving North Carolina the Business: Entrepreneurial Ventures; The Transportation Squeeze; Reel 1 of 1; 61:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/831

Feature Reel Cuts 1-14 (aired 4/1/88 through 5/1/88), 7 March 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/831

Robert Chumbley interview: meet the first composer-in-residence; Strange Occurrence in Wilmington: witnesses to an extraordinary event on the Cape Fear River testify; Harvard University President Derek Bok on quality education; Philosophers Ponder Biotechnology Advances; Dealing the Majority Minority Schools; Watershed studies in the Triangle Area; Miles Wolff, owner of Durham Bull, interview; Dr. Larry Holden's Presidential Campaign for 2000, running on the Human Party ticket; Alexander Cockburn on Media and Politics; Supercollider Controversy I; Supercollider Controversy II; Supercollider Controversy III; The Beggar's Opera; Statistical Problems in Scientific Research; Reel 1 of 1; 62:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/832

Feature Reel Cuts 1-17 (aired 4/19/88 through 5/12/88), 17 April 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/832

Duke Economist Thomas Havrilesky talks about Campaign promises and inflation; Re-cycling and G'litter Day this Saturday 4-23, Cleanscape Chapel hill anti-litter group; Candaian Brass; Governor Martin addresses developers; Gregory Davis of Dirty Dozen Brass Band; Scott Simon preview; Will municipal bond interest earnings be taxed? -- possible effects of Supreme Court ruling; Rural Economic Growth I; Rural Economic Growth II; The Normal Heart; Lionel Dakers of British Royal College of Church music interview -- here for choral workshops at the Chapel of the Cross; When Mother's Day isn't -- Kelduyn Garland of the Reproductive Perinatal Loss and Grielf group comments on the need for support for infertile couples and those who have lost a baby; Rural Economic Growth III; May Primary Election Implications; Realtors should sell regio/ Triangle Market; Smoking Cessation in the workplace; Duke Primate Center Saving threatened species Lemurs; Reel 1 of 1; 71:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/833

Feature Reel Cuts 1-16 (aired 5/13/88 through 6/2//88), 11 May 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/833

Still life to real life: Performance/art opening at Durham Art Guild; NGA Rural Development Task Force I: Gov. Jim Martin and Gov. Terry Branstad of Iowa comment on strategies for rural economic development and Tarboro Mayor M.A. Ray shares a success story; NGA Rural Development Task Force II; The Bee Expert - beekeeper; Northern Telecom ends workplace smoking; Quentin Howard, founding member of group Sukay talks about anicent and contemporary music of the Andes Mountains; Stop Smoking -- Still Growing; Impacts on the waters of the Pamlico Sounds; City Market; RDU to Orly -- International flight service from RDU; the Chapel Hill Herald coming soon; Group Sax interview; Judicial run-off election; Family Treatment Program; Signs of Declining water quality of Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds -- Albemarle-Pamlico Estaurine Study (part of month long series); Golf Gadgets; Reel 1 of 1; 77:45; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1408

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1408

Audiotape T-40278/1409

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1409

Audiotape T-40278/1410

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1410

Audiotape T-40278/1411

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1411

Audiotape T-40278/1412

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1412

Audiotape T-40278/1413

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1413

Audiotape T-40278/1414

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1414

Audiotape T-40278/1415

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1415

Audiotape T-40278/1416

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1416

Audiotape T-40278/1417

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1417

Audiotape T-40278/1418

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1418

Audiotape T-40278/1419

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1419

Audiotape T-40278/1420

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1420

Audiotape T-40278/1421

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1421

Audiotape T-40278/1422

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1422

Audiotape T-40278/1423

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1423

Audiotape T-40278/2083

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2083

Audiotape T-40278/2084

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2084

Audiotape T-40278/2085

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2085

Audiotape T-40278/2086

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2086

Audiotape T-40278/2087

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2087

Audiotape T-40278/2088

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2088

Audiotape T-40278/2089

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2089

Audiotape T-40278/2090

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2090

Audiotape T-40278/2091

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2091

Audiotape T-40278/2092

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2092

Audiotape T-40278/2093

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2093

Audiotape T-40278/2094

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2094

Audiotape T-40278/2095

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2095

Audiotape T-40278/2096

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2096

Audiotape T-40278/2097

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2097

Audiotape T-40278/2098

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2098

Audiotape T-40278/2099

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2099

Audiotape T-40278/2100

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2100

Audiotape T-40278/2101

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2101

Audiotape T-40278/2102

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2102

Audiotape T-40278/2103

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2103

Audiotape T-40278/2104

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2104

Audiotape T-40278/2105

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2105

Audiotape T-40278/2106

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2106

Audiotape T-40278/2107

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2107

Audiotape T-40278/2108

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2108

Audiotape T-40278/2109

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2109

Audiotape T-40278/2110

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2110

Audiotape T-40278/2111

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2111

Audiotape T-40278/2112

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2112

Audiotape T-40278/2113

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2113

Audiotape T-40278/2114

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2114

Audiotape T-40278/2115

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2115

Audiotape T-40278/2116

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2116

Audiotape T-40278/2117

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2117

Audiotape T-40278/2118

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2118

Audiotape T-40278/2119

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2119

Audiotape T-40278/2120

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2120

Audiotape T-40278/2121

Feature Reel #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2121

Audiotape T-40278/1406

Feature Reel (also listed as News Feature Master) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1406

Audiotape T-40278/1407

Feature Reel (also listed as News Feature Master) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1407

Audiocassette C-40278/71

Features #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/71

Produced by Fay Mitchell Henderson

Audiocassette C-40278/79

Features Meet Northampton County, 17 April 1991 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/79

Side A: Meet Northampton County Side B: Northampton Needs. Produced by Fay Mitchell Henderson.

Audiocassette C-40278/87

Features Needed: Nurses I and II, 23 January 1989 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/87

Audiocassette C-40278/88

Features Molpus BCC #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/88

Audiocassette C-40278/89

Features FH 1 Fights for Aids; Visual Aids #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/89

Side a: FH 1 Fights for Aids; Side b: Visual Aids

Audiocassette C-40278/90

Features Health #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/90

Audiocassette C-40278/91

Features Employment Concerns, 6 September 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/91

Audiocassette C-40278/95

Features Assault on Infant Mortality, III; Black Modern Dance Traditions #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/95

Audiocassette C-40278/4

Features Sampler #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/4

Fay Mitchell Henderson, producer

Audiocassette C-40278/120

Features Sampler #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/120

Fay Mitchell Henderson, producer

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/68

Fiddle #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/68

Audiotape T-40278/173

Fiddle - EX Christmas Tunes, 1 November 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/173

7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/174

Fiddle - EX, 1 September 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/174

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/175

Fiddle - EX, 1 August 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/175

Reel 1 of 1; 23:45; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/176

Fiddle - EX Leadered tunes, 1 August 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/176

Reel 1 of 1; 15 ips

Audiotape T-40278/195

Fiddlers Christmas, 20 December 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/195

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/908

Fiddler's Christmas, 20 December 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/908

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/27

Fighting Black Male Violence #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/27

Audiotape T-40278/1580

Fitness, Weight, and Exercise #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1580

Reel 1 of 1; 31:45; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1163

Flute Recital Trorder/Hawkins #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1163

Audiotape T-40278/521

Folk Festival USA. North Carolina Folk Festival I #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/521

Scotty and Lula Belle Wiseman; Fiddlin' Around: A Survey of Fiddle Styles; Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/522

Folk Festival USA. North Carolina Folk Festival I #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/522

Interview with Joan Fenton by Bob Kirk; Women in Folk Music; Reel 2 of 2; 1:52:35; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2248-2249

T-40278/2248

T-40278/2249

Folk Festival, USA: North Carolina Folklife Festival, 1976 and 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2248-2249

Reel 1: From the Eno River Wilderness Area near Durham, N.C. This festival features Scotty and Lola Belle Wiseman, a Women in Folk Music Workshop with Joan Fenton, Libba Cotton, Lula Watson, Ola Belle Reed, and Orna Ball (58:25); Reel 2: This reel contains highlights of the North Carolina fiddle styles workshop with Barry Poss, Ernest and Scotty East, Homer (Pappy) Sherrill, Harold Lucas, Hash House Harvey Ellington and Bill Phillips, and Tommy Jarrell (54:10). NPR issue; Reel 1 and 2 of 2; 1:52:35; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2250-2251

T-40278/2250

T-40278/2251

Folk Festival, USA: Black and Blues, 1 January 1978 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2250-2251

Reel 1: The first half of this program is highlights from a concert given by Dallas pianist Alex Moore. The concert took place at the Amon Carter Museum of Western History. James Megar is the concert MC (58:57); Reel 2: The Second Half is highlights from the 1978 Durham Black and Blues Festival. Performers are the Bright Moon Quartet, John Dee Holeman, Charlie Harris, Fritz Holloway, and Thomas Burt (44:22). NPR Issue, 7924 Series, show title no. 790610; Reel 1 and 2 of 2; 1:42:49; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2252-2253

T-40278/2252

T-40278/2253

Folk Festival, USA: North Carolina Folklife Festival, 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2252-2253

Reel 1: From the Eno River Wilderness Area near Durham, N.C. This festival features Scotty and Lola Belle Wiseman, a Women in Folk Music Workshop with Joan Fenton, Libba Cotton, Lula Watson, Ola Belle Reed, and Orna Ball (58:28); Reel 2: This reel contains highlights of the North Carolina fiddle styles workshop with Barry Poss, Ernest and Scotty East, Homer (Pappy) Sherrill, Harold Lucas, Hash House Harvey Ellington and Bill Phillips, and Tommy Jarrell (53:44). NPR issue 7934, program no. 761121; Reel 1 and 2 of 2; 1:52:09; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2254-2255

T-40278/2254

T-40278/2255

Folk Festival, USA. North Carolina Folklife Festival, 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2254-2255

Reel 1: The final of two programs from this North Carolina festival, held at the Eno River Park near Durham. This reel features performances by Ernest East and The Pine Ridge Boys, E.C. Ball and bones-player James Borders, Bobby McMillan and others singing mountain ballads, and a chat with some of the crafts-persons. Deb Lamberton hosts. (52:52); Reel 2: This reel features the fiddling of Tommy Jarrell, blues by J.D. Joleman and Arthur Lyons, Pappy Sherrill, Snuffy Jenkins, and the Hired Hands, with 13-year old banjo virtuoso Randy Lucas, and Virgil Craven with his band. Deb Lamberton hosts. Out contains a promo for issue 7709. (58:38). NPR issue 7708, program no. 770220; Reel 1 and 2 of 2; 1:51:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2258-2259

T-40278/2258

T-40278/2259

Folk Festival, USA: North Carolina Folklife Festival, 1976 (II) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2258-2259

Reel 1 (50:50): This Bicentennial festival was held at the Eno River Park near Durham, N.C. Featured performers on this reel include Earnest East and bones player James Borders, Bobby McMillan and others singing mountain ballads, and a chat with various crafts-people from the rural areas of North Carolina. Program host is Deb Lamberton. Reel 2 (58:07): The second reel from this bicentennial festival includes performances by Tommy Jarrell; bluesmen J.D. Holeman and Arthur Lyons; Pappy Sherrill, Sniffy Jenkins and the Hired Hand with 13-year-old banjo virtuoso Randy Lucas; and Virgil Craven with his band. Deb Lamberton hosts; Reel 1 and 2 of 2; 1:50:57; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1861

Folklorist Archie Green talks to Tom Hanchett #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1861

Connects with Back Porch Music: 35:00

Audiotape T-40278/271

Football Injuries, 29 December 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/271

Professor Fred Mueller, UNC Physical Education Department, and co-author of report on football injuries 1931-1981, talks on football injuries; Reel 1 of 1; 24:23; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/324

Fordham's Alumni Address '82, 15 May 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/324

UNC Chapel Hill Chancellor Christopher Fordham in his state of the university given annually at the alumni luncheon; Reel 1 of 1; 15:37; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1070

Four Generations of Christmas, 1 December 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1070

Reel 1 of 1; 45:17; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1858

Four Queens Jazz Night from Las Vegas David Frishberg, 27 March 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1858

American Public Radio; 57:18; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1860

Four Queens of Jazz Mark Murphy, 6 August 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1860

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1889

Four Queens of Jazz Phil Woods Quintet, 23 September 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1889

57:40; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/901

Fourteenth Amendment and Inequality, 22 May 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/901

Reel 1 of 1; 22:22; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/266

Fourth Congressional District Race, 22 October 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/266

Ike Andrews, Bill Cobey on race for Fourth Congressional district seat. Ronald Reagan plug for Cobey; Reel 1 of 1; 24:21; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/964

Fourth District Candidates '84, 18 April 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/964

Reel 1 of 1; 27:07; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1577

Frank Deford Address to Durham Sports Club, 20 May 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1577

Reel 1 of 1; 29:35; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1682

Frank Kimbrough: Piano Solos I #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1682

Jazz piano; Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1683

Frank Kimbrough: Piano Solos II #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1683

Jazz piano; Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/938

Frank Kimbrough: Solo Set, 8 January 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/938

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/193

Frank Kimbrough: Studio Set, 8 January 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/193

7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2281

Frank Sinatra #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2281

Reel 1 of 3; 52:33

Audiotape T-40278/2282

Frank Sinatra #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2282

Reel 2 of 3; 61:24

Audiotape T-40278/2283

Frank Sinatra #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2283

Reel 3 of 3; 63:10

Audiotape T-40278/2371

Fred Hersh, 16 August 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2371

Recorded at the ArtSchool; Mark Johnson, bass; Joey Baron, drums; Reel 1 of 2

Audiotape T-40278/2372

Fred Hersh, 16 August 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2372

Recorded at the ArtSchool; 2nd set; Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1161

Frederick Hohman Organ Recital, 7 December 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1161

Performance at the University Presbyterian Church in Chapel Hill, N.C; Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1171

Frederick Hohman Organ Recital, 7 December 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1171

Performance at the University Presbyterian Church in Chapel Hill, N.C; Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/537

Friendly Match, 17 October 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/537

Reel 1 and 17; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/538

Friendly Match, 14 October 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/538

Reel 4; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1611

Friendship Force, 18 January 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1611

Millie Schecter, State Friendship Force Director, explains the purpose, goals and rewards of the Friendship Force; Reel 1 of 1; 23:40; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2334

Frishberg, Dorough, Dearie at North Carolina Museum of Art #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2334

Audiotape T-40278/2335

Frishberg, Dorough, Dearie at Radison #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2335

Audiocassette C-40278/196

Fritzi Ross, circa 1980s #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/196

Six radio spots

Audiotape T-40278/2157

From War to Peace #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2157

Audiotape T-40278/1721

Full Employment I, 23 January 1992 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1721

The State Employment Security Commission reports North Carolina's unemployment rate is 5.7%. That's lowest among the eleven largest states. The triangle regions unemployment rate is even lower, near full employment. WUNC's Fay Mitchell Henderson looks at the good news and some concerns; Reel 1 of 1; 4:26; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/339

Funding and Prioritizing Roads #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/339

North Carolina Secretary of Transportation Jones Harrington, Former Wake County Commissioner Betty Knudson, DOT Transportation Planning Engineer Ed Johnson, and Triangle J Regional Transportation Committee Chairman Jonathan Howers comment on the need for and funding roads; Reel 1 of 1; 24:12; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/131

FX Dub #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/131

Audiocassette C-40278/57

Gant Don Co Democrats #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/57

Audiocassette C-40278/33

Gantt #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/33

90:00

Audiocassette C-40278/178

Gantt, New Bern, 23 October #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/178

Audiocassette C-40278/147

Gantt, New Bern Speech, 23 October #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/147

Audiocassette C-40278/164

Gantt Rally [International], Durham #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/164

Audiocassette C-40278/21

Gardner/Rand spots, 1 January 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/21

Audiotape T-40278/1727

Garrison Keillor Monologue Weather, Bath Tubs, Getting Old, and Bad Backs #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1727

Reel 1 of 1; 8:22; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/4

Gary Shivers on Jazz: Sophisticated Ladies I and II #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/4

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/5

Gary Shivers on Jazz: Jazz Ellington Part III #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/5

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/57

Gary Shivers on Jazz: Erroll Garner #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/57

Audiocassette C-40278/65

George Bush, Jesse Helms, 20 June (year unknown) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/65

Audiotape T-40278/1623

George Rochberg Interview, 4 November 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1623

On Ibsen, Nach bach and Contra Mortem et Tempos, General interview.

Audiotape T-40278/1539

Gerald Johnson Original #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1539

Audiotape T-40278/1072

Gerald Marks Interview, 2 February 1977 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1072

58:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1612

Gerhardt Zimmermann #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1612

Audiotape T-40278/1613

Gerhardt Zimmermann #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1613

Audiotape T-40278/1392

Giorgio Ciompi String Quartet at Duke #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1392

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/102

Glee Club at Hill Hall #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/102

Shot on film/steadicam

Audiotape T-40278/1859

Glenn Gould on Concerts and Recording #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1859

Excerpts from interviews with John McClure and Humphrey Burton, along with musical examples; Reel 1 of 1; 42:45; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1401

Glenn Gould Special, 14 October (year unknown) #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1401

Reel 1 of 1; 50:45; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1071

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1071

Master reel 15

Audiotape T-40278/1982

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1982

Reel 01

Audiotape T-40278/1991

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1991

Reel 10

Audiotape T-40278/1992

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1992

Reel 11

Audiotape T-40278/1993

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1993

Reel 12

Audiotape T-40278/1994

lenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1994

Reel 13

Audiotape T-40278/1995

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1995

Reel 14

Audiotape T-40278/1983

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1983

Reel 02

Audiotape T-40278/1984

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1984

Reel 03

Audiotape T-40278/1985

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1985

Reel 04

Audiotape T-40278/1986

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1986

Reel 05

Audiotape T-40278/1987

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1987

Reel 06

Audiotape T-40278/1988

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1988

Reel 07

Audiotape T-40278/1989

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1989

Reel 08

Audiotape T-40278/1990

Glenn Mitchell #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1990

Reel 09

Audiotape T-40278/992

Golden Echoes -- 22nd Anniversary Concert, 28 August 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/992

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/993

Golden Echoes -- 22nd Anniversary Concert, 28 August 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/993

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/989

Golden Echoes at Rocky Springs Baptist Church, 31 July 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/989

Rocky Springs Gospel Chorus; Sensational Form; Reel 1 of 3; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/990

Golden Echoes at Rocky Springs Baptist Church, 31 July 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/990

Mt. Olive Echoes; Rodney Byrd and Sandy Thomas; Reel 2 of 3; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/994

Golden Echoes at Rocky Springs Baptist Church, 31 July 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/994

Reel 3 of 3; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/93

Gore Speech #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/93

Audiotape T-40278/268

Gossip, 7 December 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/268

Patricia Specks, Yale University English Professor and scholar at the National Humanities Center speaks on gossip, the subject of a book she's writing; Reel 1 of 1; 28:55; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/203

Great Decisions: The Islamic World and the United States, 1 January 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/203

Reel 2 of 8 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/209

Great Decisions: The USA and the USSR, 1 December 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/209

Reel 1 of 8 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/279

Great Decisions: South Atlantic, 25 March 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/279

UNC History Joseph Tulchin hosts an interview with Margaret Daly Hayes, Professional staff member of the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations; Reel 1 of 1; 30:34; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/293

Great Decisions: The World in 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/293

Final program in series looks at the year ahead in world affairs and in the environment; Reel 8 of 8 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/294

Great Decisions: Food - Humanity's Need #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/294

Three Washington experts discuss world hunger and United States agriculture's efforts; Reel 6 of 8 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/299

Great Decisions: Race War in South Africa? #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/299

Three experts on South African politics - Publisher of Africa News; George Christie of Duke; Sheridan Johns, III of Duke (the latter two are professors); Reel 4 of 8 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/305

Great Decisions: China After Normalization #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/305

Discussion by two Wilson Scholars and a Prof of the National War College on China and United States foreign policy matters; Reel 3 of 8 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/548

Great Decisions: Program 1: America's Defense #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/548

Audiotape T-40278/889

Great Decisions: Program no. 5 Central American and Caribbean, 18 February 1981 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/889

Political earthquake zone; Reel 1 of 8 30:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/967

Great Decisions: Made in the USA #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/967

Reel 7 of 8 30:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1805

Great Detectives of Fiction/Pilot The Locked Room #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1805

National Radio Theater; Reel 1 of 1; 20:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/172

Green Level Entertainers Studio Recording, 21 July 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/172

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/332

Greensboro After the Trial #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/332

Reporter Winston Cavin, Editor Bill Snyder, discuss after effects of the Ku Klux Klan National trail on Greensboro (Greensboro Daily News); Dr. Allen Trelease, UNC-G, American History Professor on the KKK; Reel 1 of 1; 31:38; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1866

Greensboro March #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1866

Reel 1 of 2; 90:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1867

Greensboro March #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1867

Reel 2 of 2; 32:00; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/96

Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, 11 May 1991 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/96

Audiotape T-40278/220

Greetings from Duck's Breath #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/220

Audiotape T-40278/1502

Groucho Marx: Groucho Marx no. 8 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1502

7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1503

Groucho Marx: Groucho Marx no. 10 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1503

19:17; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1504

Groucho Marx: Groucho Marx no. 11 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1504

19:16; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/844

Growing up is Hard to Do, I #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/844

Talking with members of UNC Center for Early Adolescene, a Wake County Juvenile Court Counselor, Drug Action of Wake County Counselor, Youth for Christ Director, and youth about issues facing teens today. 30:18; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/845

Growing up is Hard to Do, II, 1 August 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/845

Toughlove parents, Raleigh Methodist Director and students, CHHS students, Broughton High Vice Principal, and UNC professor on some of the difficulties facing youth. 28:04

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/40

Guarneri Quartet Raleigh, 25 September 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/40

Audiotape T-40278/1759

Gustav Leonhardt Interview, 17 October 1982 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1759

Note: The only stereo material is the opening music, approx. 1/5 minutes. You may then switch to mono if you want; Reel 1 of 1; 30:10; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1888

Hall of Horrors Parts 1-3 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1888

The Crawling Things, The Hangman, The Shadow People. Tales; Reel 1 of 2; 90:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1754

Handmaid's Tale #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1754

The film The Handmaid's Tale was shot in the Triangle Area. While the crew was here last spring, they discussed the look and feel of the film with WUNC's Aviva Enoch. Note: This feature originally aired on WUNC and NPR's Performance Today about a year ago (no date given, approximately 1990). Handmaid's Tale played at the Rialto in Raleigh; Reel 1 of 1; 6:15; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1681

Hands Hands performing Frank Kimbrough's On Leaving #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1681

Jazz group; 9:49; 7.5 ips

Digital Audiotape DAT-40278/82

Hark the Sound 1962, UNC Glee Club #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/82

Audiotape T-40278/1075

Harold Evans Visit to Duke University #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1075

Editor of The Sunday Times, author of Good Times, Bad Times

Audiocassette C-40278/143

Harris on Patrol Car Tape B #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/143

Audiotape T-40278/202

Hazardous Waste Management in North Carolina, 5 April 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/202

Reel 1 of 1 19:56; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/953

Health Care Costs and the Aged, I, 3 January 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/953

Includes discussion of Alzheimer's; Reel 1 of 2; 30:42; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/954

Health Care Costs and the Aged, II, 8 March 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/954

Reel 1 of 1; 27:10; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/31

Health Imperatives, 20 October 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/31

Reel 1 of 1; 44:31; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/130

Hear The Difference: A Capital Campaign for WUNC Radio #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/130

Audiocassette C-40278/48

Hearing - Cobb 1-A #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/48

Audiotape T-40278/327

Hearing It from Gil Scott-Heron #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/327

Gil Scott Heron, poet, philosopher, singer, speaks on contemporary American problems; Reel 1 of 1; 28:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1579

Heavy Traffic - Heavy Air #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1579

Reel 1 of 1; 28:00; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/24

Heels Lady Soccer Team #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/24

Audiotape T-40278/1718

Hector Villa-Lobos, Chorus no. 1, 5 March 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1718

NPR recording of original from 1920s; Reel 1 of 1; 3:53; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/891

Hell's Angels and Massage Parlors, 31 July 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/891

A local massage parlor in Chapel Hill and the Hell's Angels in North Carolina; Reel 1 of 1; 26:22; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/157

Helms 3-10-31 Moorehead Sq. #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/157

Audiocassette C-40278/137

Helms- Ashono Speek #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/137

Audiocassette C-40278/132

Helms for Senate 1) Defense 2) Abortion #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/132

Audiocassette C-40278/134

Helms Live 2 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/134

Audiocassette C-40278/131

Helms Protest Bush Event #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/131

Audiocassette C-40278/173

Helms Speech Jackson 10-31 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/173

Audiotape T-40278/857

Help for Battered Spouses #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/857

Discussing the need for a shelter for people suffering from spousal abuse; Reel 1 of 1; 29:08; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/264

Helping Out in Hard Times #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/264

Ann Moore with Share Your Christmas, Martin Whit, Orange County Department of Social Services, Marilyn Partin and Betty Kelley, Durham County Department of Social Services comment on ways to help those in financial difficulty; Reel 1 of 1; 29:00; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette DAT-40278/135

Henrietta's Holiday Features, nos. 1-26 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." DAT-40278/135

Audiotape T-40278/1319

Hi Brown/Ann Shepherd with Shivers and Trapp, 15 November 1976 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1319

Reel 1 of 1; 57:40; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1761

Hi Tech Futures #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1761

An examination of high technology jobs and North Carolina's ability to attract them; Reel 1 of 1; 31:00; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1894

High Performance (MJQ W. NY. Symphony), 27 April 1988 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1894

Audiotape T-40278/281

Highway Fund Cash Shy #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/281

Danny Pleasant, Chapel Hill Transportation Planner, Billy Rose, Highway Administrator North Carolina Department of Transportation, and Fran Benson, Raleigh AAA office discuss highway planning and funding. 22:50; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/163

Hillary 3-A Herself #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/163

Audiocassette C-40278/146

Hillary Betsy Wright #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/146

Audiocassette C-40278/50

Hillory 1-A/J. Robert Starr; Simmons #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/50

Audiotape T-40278/1731

Hollerin' Contest, 21 June 1975 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1731

Audiotape T-40278/1686

Hollerin' Contest, 1975, 1 January 1975 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1686

Reels 1 and 2

Audiotape T-40278/1893

Hollow Rock String Band '68 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1893

Allan Jabbour, fiddle; Tom Thompson, banjo and guitar; Jim Watson, guitar, mandolin, and autoharp

Audiotape T-40278/937

Holly Near with Trapezoid, 24 October 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/937

Reel 1 of 1; 14:50; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/204

Hortitherapy Van, 10 November 1980 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/204

Reel 1 of 1; 28:32; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/181

Hot Rize, 10 March 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/181

Reel 1 of 1; 12:41; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/251

Hot Rize, 10 March 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/251

Reel 2 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/345

Hot Rize, 10 January 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/345

Reel 1 of 2; 28:12; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/346

Hot Rize, 10 January 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/346

Segment contains Red Knuckles and the Trail Blazers set; Reel 2 of 2; 28:36; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/916

Hot Rize Dubs from Concert, 10 March 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/916

Reel 1 of 1; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1261

Hot Rize Hot Rize/Red Knuckles, 10 March 1986 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1261

Reel 1 of 2; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/174

House Arrest #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/174

Audiotape T-40278/977

Housing Demand and Interest Rates, 13 September 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/977

Reel 1 of 1; 28:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/318

Housing: Cities Get Involved II #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/318

Marshall Isler, Developer of Rolling Hills in Durham; Judson Barret, Chapel Hill Housing Authority Director, and Jean Beal, Director of Community Development Services for the TJCOG discuss city government involvement in providing low and moderate income housing; Reel 1 of 1; 26:22; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/308

Housing: Cities Get Involved, I #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/308

Raleigh Planning Director George Chapman, Community Development Director Julian Prosser on Downtown East in Raleigh; Marshall Isler, President of Isler and Associates in Durham, on Rolling Hills; Reel 1 of 1; 27:40; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1756

How George Met Martha by Steven Henegar #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1756

Reel 1 of 1; 5:21; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1699

Howard Moreland Speech, 27 September 1979 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1699

Howard Moreland, author of The H-Bomb Secret: How We Got It and Why We're Telling It, speaking on the UNC-CH campus; Reel 1 of 1; 30:14; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1590

Huntington's Chorea and Schizophrenia - Physical, 7 September 1983 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1590

Dr. Charles Nemeroff, UNC Biological Sciences Research Center, discusses his research on Huntington's Chorea and Schizophrenia - indicating chemical imbalances in the brain may be the culprits responsible for these illnesses; Reel 1 of 1; 25:02; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1760

I40 Goes on #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1760

Orange County Commissioner Chairman Richard Whitted, Durham city manager Orville Powell, Durham planner Fred Icke, Orange County Planner Susan Smith and Sensible Highways and Protected Environments spokesman Angeline liv Sardo on I-40 in Durham and Orange Counties; Reel 1 of 1; 29:43; 7.5 ips

Audiocassette C-40278/144

IBM- McCoy #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." C-40278/144

Audiotape T-40278/981

Improving Math/Science Institution in North Carolina, 25 September 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/981

Dr. Vinetta Jones, Network Coordinator of the Math/Science Teacher Education Centers, and Dr. Paul Taylor, Director, Science Division, N.C. Department of Public Instruction are guests; Reel 1 of 1; 30:12; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/893

In Vitro Fertilization: New Procedures, New Problems, 25 June 1984 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/893

Reel 1 of 1; 22:45; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1898

International Festival: No. 267, 29 October 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1898

All-Ravel concert. Lufthansa/International Festival feed provided by WFMT Fine Arts Network; Reel 1 of 2; 59:56; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/1899

International Festival: No. 267, 29 October 1987 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/1899

All-Ravel concert. Lufthansa/International Festival feed provided by WFMT Fine Arts Network; Reel 2 of 2; 31:30; 7.5 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2160

Interview: Ms. Mabel Evans Jones, 17 July 1975 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2160

Manteo, N.C. Reel One of Two, Both Sides; Reel 1 of 2

Audiotape T-40278/2162

Interview: Dr. Edward Perzel, 4 August 1975 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2162

UNC-Charlotte, N.C.

Audiotape T-40278/2163

Interview: John Harden, 30 July 1975 #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2163

Greensboro, N.C. Recorded on both sides of reel. 3.75 ips

Audiotape T-40278/2164

Interview: H. Bentley Renwick #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2164

Haydn Bentley Renwick

Audiotape T-40278/2165

Interview: Dr. Houston G. Jones #40278, Subseries: "2.5. Audio Recordings, 1929-1994." T-40278/2165

Reel One, both sides; Reel 1 of 2

Audiotape T-40278/2166