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audio/wav Music of the Pueblos, Apache, and Navaho. Recorded by David P. McAllester and Donald N. Brown; edited by Donald N. Brown. The Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, copyright 1961. (Note: this is a vinyl LP record, not an audiocassette.) 30 1

audio/wav Bala-Sinem Choir: American Indian songs and chants: Taos, Pawnee, Apache, Hopi, Jemez, Zuni, Santa Ana, Navajo, Athabascan, Creek, Osage, Arapaho, Mohave, and Crow. Produced by Canyon Records (4143 N 16th St., Phoenix, AZ 85016), recording #C-6110, copyr. 1973. (Note: this is a vinyl LP record, not an audiocassette; Reed Library has a second copy of this LP.) 30 1

audio/wav Transcribed by Center of Southwest Studies staff on Oct. 25, 1993. 90 1 Transcript available 31

audio/wav By a student of Richard Ellis; interviewed April 17-18, 1991. Transcribed by Center of Southwest Studies staff. 90 2 Transcript available 33

audio/wav By an Fort Lewis College student. 90 2 Abstract available Transcript available 16

audio/wav The name of this presentation was: American Indians Today. Denny Leonard, George Jackson, Betty Mele and Theodore B. Hetzel speaking at the University of Pennsylvania Museum 45 1

audio/wav Theodore B. Hetzel and Gordon Harris at Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, 1975-03-29. Side B: continued, with Harris to .20; remainder of this 90-minute audiocassette is presumably blank. 50 1

audio/wav Side A: Theodore B. Hetzel with Betty Mele on WCAU-TV on IRA and American Indian concerns, 1/29/1975; Side B: continued, with WCAU Dick Clayton. This tape is a copy. 60 1

audio/wav Jimmy Durham, AITC (American Indian Treaty Council). Side B of this 90-minute tape may be blank. 45 1

audio/wav Side A: Theodore B. Hetzel speaking at YMCA on topics including Wounded Knee and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), 5/24/1973; Side B: Indian Defense League, Indian music, Sally Patterson, Mer. Quinn, 5/26/1973. 90 1

audio/wav Theodore B. Hetzel on WHYY-TV: Wounded Knee; Bidge & Vint, etc. Side A: TBH and when did Gloria die?, 3/20/1973; McKay R. Deming on Wounded Knee, 3/21/1973: Side B: Wounded Knee; Shenandoah Defense. 90 1

audio/wav Theodore B. Hetzel on Channel 29, Shenandoah, 1973/03/02. Side A: Vernon Bellecourt on TV, '49 AIM; Side B of this 90-minute audiocassette is blank. 45 1

audio/wav Songs, 1958. This is on a reel of tape. The total number of minutes has not yet been determined. 20 1

audio/wav Theodore B. Hetzel on radio, undated (circa 1970s). Contents include his appearances on WFLN, Bob Brugger's show; WCAU Philadelphia Spotlight, with Margaret Mary Kearney; WPEN, the Frank Ford Show; and WRCV, Jr. Town Meeting of the Air. This is on a reel of tape. The total number of minutes has not yet been determined. 45 1

audio/wav Earl Old Person [at Haverford, PA.]. This is on a reel of tape. The total number of minutes has not yet been determined. 60 1

audio/wav Robert L. Bennett speaking: Alaska. This is on a reel of tape. The total number of minutes has not yet been determined. 30 1

audio/wav Harry Watt and Richard La Course at Indian Rights Association annual meeting, undated (circa 1970s). 60 1

audio/wav Theodore B. Hetzel speaking at the Yearly Meeting at University of Pennsylvania: Indian injustices, undated (circa 1970s). Continued on Side B. This tape is a copy. 90 1

audio/wav Theodore B. Hetzel speaking at Crosslands Retirement Community (Kennett Square, PA.) on Quakers and Indians. This tape is a copy (as is TBH. tape #84). 60 1

audio/wav Theodore B. Hetzel interview by Larry Hauptman; continued on Side B. This tape is a copy. 90 1

audio/wav Nora Dean speaking at Fellowship Farm, undated (circa 1970s). Nora Dean is said to be the last Lenape Indian to speak the Lenape language; this tape is a copy. Side B may be blank. 90 1

audio/wav Tom Tureen at Indian Rights Association annual meeting, 1977-04-27. Side B may be blank. 90 1

audio/wav Side A: Vernon Bellecourt; Side B: Navajo singing; ?? Donahue 8/29/78, Joplin, Lehurnam Brighton. 90 1

audio/wav Ernest Stevens at Indian Rights Association annual meeting. 90 1

audio/wav On Side B: Crow Dog / Bob Burnett, on 11/13/76. (Side A is Dallas Chief Eagle, Philadelphia, on 4/29/76.) 45

audio/wav On Side A: Dallas Chief Eagle, Philadelphia, on 4/29/76. (Side B is Crow Dog / Bob Burnett, on 11/13/76.) 45 1

audio/wav John Witthoft speaking about Pre-Colonial Indians, at the University of Pennsylvania Museum. 90 1

audio/wav Side A: Theodore B. Hetzel on religion, art, literature, 5/27/74; Side B: Theodore B. Hetzel at Pendle Hill on cultural issues, 6/3/74. This tape is a copy. 90 1

audio/wav Side A: Theodore B. Hetzel speaking at Pendle Hill Friends group and Indians, 5/13/74; Side B: Theodore B. Hetzel speaking on eastern and urban Indians 5/20/74. This tape is a copy. 90 1

audio/wav Leon Cook of the Indian Rights Association is speaking. The second half of Side B of this 90-minute audiocassette is blank. 75 1

audio/wav National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) speakers: Mad Bear 10/73, Lloyd Meeds, Tom Veeder, 11/73, NCAI election. 90 1

audio/wav Lloyd Elm speaking at Oswego, Black Mesa, 1972/05 90 1

audio/wav A Taos (N.M.) meeting -- multiple speakers. 60 1

audio/wav Topics include raising sheep in the La Garita area near Del Norte. 60 1 Abstract available

audio/wav Discussing Durango's Spanish community and in particular, issues in Latino education and related policy at Durango School District 9-R. 45 1

audio/wav Discussing discrimination against Hispanics in Durango's schools, and discussing the Durango Latino Education Coalition (DLEC). 45 1

audio/wav Discussing Durango's Spanish community and its city government relations with that community. 45 1

audio/wav Interview conducted the week after an Elderhostel service project at the Center of Southwest Studies in which the narrator participated. Her friend and Elderhostel teammate Elizabeth Blake quietly listened in on this interview. Toward the end of the interview, the interviewer asked Mrs. Case to explain briefly her role in developing the Research Triangle in North Carolina starting in about 1950--a significant contribution of her life, even though that was outside the scope of the Center of Southwest Studies. This audiotaped presentation was transcribed by Brookes Boswell, student archival assistant at the Center of Southwest Studies, in March-April, 2000, and was formatted by Center Archivist Todd Ellison on April 7, 2000 and a copy mailed to Mrs. Case on May 4, 2000. Mrs. Case returned the transcript--along with copies of five letters of reminiscence dated 1967 from her dad to herself and her sister-- in June of 2000 with corrections and amplifications [the latter are noted in square brackets] which Ellison input on June 28, 2000, mailing a copy of the revised transcript to the narrator on that date. 55 1 Transcript available 32 pages

audio/wav Audio of a slide lecture presented to a dozen Fort Lewis College Elderhostel Service Program volunteer workers on the topic of editorial cartooning. She was introduced by Penny Pritchett, coordinator of the Elderhostel program for the Conferences and Institutes Program which brought Mrs. Reynolds to Fort Lewis College to speak. At her request, a copy of the audiotape was made and sent to Mrs. Reynolds in 7/99. This audiotaped presentation was transcribed by Brookes Boswell, student archival assistant at the Center of Southwest Studies, in March-April, 2000, and was formatted by Center Archivist Todd Ellison on April 26, 2000 and a copy mailed to Ms. Reynolds on May 4, 2000. 60 1 Transcript available 22 pages

audio/wav By a student of Southwest Studies 341 (oral history), and transcribed by him, finished 4/30/1998. Transcript given to narrator by interviewer ca. 5/1/1998. 60 1 Abstract available Transcript available 31 pages

audio/wav Transcribed by Catherine Conrad (finished on 1/21/98); edited and formatted and given to the narrator for his review on 1/22/98 by Todd Ellison (who also took several photos of Mr. Schoser at that time; prints and negatives are in interview file). 110 2 Transcript available 39 pages

audio/wav Transcription finished by Catherine Conrad on 10/23/97, edited and formatted in Word 97 by Todd Ellison on 10/24/97, two copies given to the narrator on 10/24/97. 60 1 Transcript available 26 pages

audio/wav By a student of Southwest Studies 341 (oral history class), for a class oral history project to document the current practice of midwifery in the Four Corners. Transcribed by the interviewer in April of 1997, formatted, and edited and indexed by Todd Ellison on April 23, 1997. A copy of the transcript was mailed to the narrator on April 23, 1997, who mailed us written corrections and clarifications on May 4 which were incorporated in the final transcript on May 22, 1997. 60 1 Transcript available 24 pages

audio/wav The interviewer was not identified. The interview was recorded on reel to reel in 1964 (date not specified). The recording was copied onto an audiocassette tape in 1996 for use, and was transcribed by Southwest Studies Studies Center secretary Catherine Conrad who completed it on February 6, 1997, on which date the transcript was edited and formatted by Archivist Todd Ellison. 60 1 Transcript available 14 pages

audio/wav Pertaining to the Rio Grande Southern collection that the late Dr. Chione gave the Center in the late 1960s. Transcribed by Catherine Conrad at the Center of Southwest Studies and mailed to the narrator on January 21, 1997. On April 17, 1997, Dr. Chione mailed us his 6 typed pages of written responses to some of the questions he answered in the interview; that later reminiscence has been filed with the transcript in this interview's folder. Pages 17-19 mailed to Mrs. A. John Hubbard on 9/19/2005 because they mention his collection of railroad photographs. 56 1 Transcript available 21 pages

audio/wav Transcribed by Catherine Conrad on March 26, 1996; edited by Todd Ellison on April 4, 1996. Release signed by Dr. Delaney and Center 1/1998. Release signed 10/24/2005 by Alva Lyons' daughter Martha McDaniel. 60 1 Transcript available 26 pages

audio/wav Transcribed by Catherine Conrad on April 3, 1996; edited by Todd Ellison on April 4, 1996. Release signed by Dr. Delaney and Center of Southwest Studies 1/98. Release signed 10/24/2005 by Alva Lyons' daughter Martha McDaniel. 60 1 Transcript available 28 pages

audio/wav Copied (May, 1996) from one 5 1.5 mil acetate reel tape onto one 90-minute audiocassette. Reel side A: voice of Bill Fletcher, President, Railroad Club, on Durango and Rio Grande Western narrow gauge railroad, Durango to Hermosa, August 14, 1966. Reel side B: Leadville to Climax climb; 0 to 74, by Elolte Larsen; Engine #641, 2-8-0 10 car drag, standard gauge...; Engine #478, 95 to 150; Engines #476 and 483, 150 to 210; thunderstorm, 223 to 320; 321 to end, organ music (see reel box for more details), April 17 (1967?). Release signed 10/24/2005 by Alva Lyons' daughter Martha McDaniel. 90 1 Unless explicitly stated, digital surrogates are the property of the repository. Reproduction requires permission. San Juan Basin (Colo.) Railroads--Colorado--San Juan Basin Narrow gauge railroads--Colorado http://www.cdpheritage.org/streaming/index.cfm?filename=FLCu004459.sideA http://www.cdpheritage.org/streaming/index.cfm?filename=FLCu004459.sideB FLCu004459 4 459
FLC Lyons, Alva F. Aker, Bruce Southwest oral history collection 3/14/1959 1959 1959 Sounds of narrow gauge railroads. Copied onto two 90 minute audiocassette tapes in May 1996 from one 7 magnetic tape reel. Reel side A (copied onto audiotape 1, sides a and b): Rio Grande, 0 to 42, told by Bruce Aker (sp?). Reel side B (copied onto both sides of audiocassette tape 2): narrow gauge to Silverton. According to the note on the master reel box, Bruce Aker sent this tape to Alva Lyons on March 14, 1959; John Braggs made the record between Alamosa and Chama; Jim Stevens recorded the sounds from Romeo to Antonito with Engines 480 and 490. With the Alva Lyons collection. Release signed 10/24/2005 by Alva Lyons' daughter Martha McDaniel. 180 2

audio/wav Master tape is one reel to reel tape of a KREZ television program entitled Assignment 6. Series co-hosts were Robert Delaney and former state Representative and long-time resident of the San Juan Basin, Arthur Wyatt. Transcribed by Catherine Conrad, 2/2/96. Release signed by Jackson Clark's widow Mica Clark on 2/22/1998. 30 1 Transcript available 13 pages

audio/wav Master tape is one reel to reel tape of a KREZ television program entitled Assignment 6. Series co-hosts were Robert Delaney himself and former state Representative and long-time resident of the San Juan Basin, Arthur Wyatt. Also present in the interview, Dan Wilson. Transcribed by Catherine Conrad on Feb. 13, 1996, and edited/formatted by Archivist. Release signed by Dr. Delaney and Center 1/98. Transcript copy given to his widow, Ria Delaney, at the dedication of the Delaney plaque in the Southwest Research Library on Aug. 9, 2002. 30 1 Transcript available 10 pages