Series 1
Audiotapes, 1942-1976
Boxes 1-21

Scope and Content Note

Series 1 contains sound recordings either produced or acquired by the Teaching Aids Department between the 1942 and 1976. These recordings are on reel-to-reel audiotapes and were cataloged by the Teaching Aids Department. The recordings include recurring campus events like convocation, faculty meetings, baccalaureate, commencement (graduation), as well as special events like lectures, speeches, alumni gatherings, retirement dinners, and musical performances. Titles have been derived from item labels and from an internal card catalog system. Keywords taken from original labels have been added to the front of item descriptions for easier browsing in some cases, but note that some different keywords may describe similar events (ex. "Talk", "Speech", and "Address"). Also note that many audiotapes contain two tracks, which may contain recordings that are unrelated to each other.

Arrangement Note

Arranged alphabetically by title.

Restrictions on Access

Special restrictions apply: Researchers must contact MARBL in advance to access audiovisual materials in this collection.

Box Folder Content
14 100 Teaching Years at Emory, reel-to-reel, undated
7 50th Anniversary Address by Gabriel Marcel. "Myth of the Death of God," introduction by Dean Judson C. Ward, remarks about the speaker by Richard Hocking, RM329, 80m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1965
7 50th Anniversary Conference, "American and the Future of Theology," sponsored by Emory University, Columbia Theological Seminary, the Interdenominational Theological Seminary, and the Westminster Press; track 1 - "Social Science and Theology" with speaker Talcott Parsons; T4 - Commentary by Walter Harrelson, Oliver R. Whitley, Talcott Parsons, Rabbi Rubenstein, Frederick Ferre; T3 - Continuation of T4, RM330D, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-T1+3+4, November 19, 1965
7 50th Anniversary Conference, "American and the Future of Theology," sponsored by Emory University, Columbia Theological Seminary, the Interdenominational Theological Seminary, and the Westminster Press; track 1 - "The New Metaphysics and Theology" with speaker William H. Christian; T4 - Commentary by Shirley C. Guthrie and Stanley R. Hopper; T3 - William Christian, RM330C, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-T1+3+4, November 19, 1965
7 50th Anniversary Conference, "American and the Future of Theology," sponsored by Emory University, Columbia Theological Seminary, the Interdenominational Theological Seminary, and the Westminster Press; track 1 - "The Public Responsibility of Theology" with speaker Roger L. Shinn, commentary by Father Bernardin Patterson; T4 - Comments and remarks by Creighton Lacy, Roger L. Shinn, Rabbi Rubenstein, Thomas J. Alitzer, Theodore R. Webber, RM330E, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-T1+4, November 20, 1965
7 50th Anniversary Conference, "American and the Future of Theology," sponsored by Emory University, Columbia Theological Seminary, the Interdenominational Theological Seminary, and the Westminster Press; track 1 - "Theology and Contemporary Sensibility" with speaker Thomas J. Alitzer and commentary by Richard L. Rubenstein, Charles H. Long, Theodore Runyon, William A. Christian, Frederick Ferre; T3 and T4 - Comments and remarks by Frederick Ferre, RIchard L. Rubenstein, Thomas J. Alitzer , moderated by Theodore Runyon, RM330B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-T1+3+4, November 19, 1965
7 50th Anniversary Conference, "American and the Future of Theology," sponsored by Emory University, Columbia Theological Seminary, the Interdenominational Theological Seminary, and the Westminster Press; track 1 - "Theology and Language," with speaker Jules L. Moreau and commentary by Joseph A. Johnson, Frederick Ferre; T4 and T3 - Comments and remarks by Stanley R. Hopper, Jules Moreau, Martin J. Bass, John T. Wilcox, RM330A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-T1+3+4, November 18, 1965
13 Address: [illegible] Clark, Georgia Board of Bar Examiners to SBA, reel-to-reel, February 26, 1970
8 Address: Arva C. Floyd and Boone W. Bowentrack 1 -Address by Arva C. Floyd "Something of Our Heritage at Emory"; track 2 - Address by Boone M. Bowen "What Shall I Preach?", RM363, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T2, April 21, 1967
11 Address: Dr. Bell I. Wiley; "Ethnic Studies in Virginia Schools: A Key to Cultural Understanding?" RM459, 30m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, May 1, 1970
1 Address: Count Carlo Sforza, RM41, 50m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, March 11, 1942
8 Address: Emory Religious Association luncheon; track 1 - Address by Harry Williams "LSD - Myth and Abuse"; track 2 - Address by Jack S. Boozer "Problems of the Far East", RM365, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1967
11 Address: Governor Jimmy Carter on implementing Georgia's new $400 student tuition grant to the Association of Private Colleges and Universities in Georgia, RM468, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, 1972
11 Address: Horizons Program, address by Timothy Leary on using drugs, rebuttal by Dr. Harry Williams, followed by question and answer period., RM461, 120m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1966
1 Address: J.G. Stipe to Emory Faculty, RM27, 60m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, March 6, 1950
1 Address: James Byrnes, Governor of South Carolina to the Georgia Legislature, RM5, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, January 6, 1952
1 Address: John Goolad to Social Science Section, Georgia Education Association, RM11, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, 1950
9 Address: Mary Calderone discussing for students some of the problems of sex that trouble young people, RM406, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 29, 1968
8 Address: Rev. Malcolm Boyd and Julian Bond; track 1 - Emory Religious Association luncheon featuring address by Rev. Malcolm Boyd, 11/3/66; track 2 - Address by Julian Bond at the Law School, 11/17/66, RM349, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, November 1966
3 Address: Robert C. Prendergast and Henry King Stanford; track 1 - Address by Robert C. Prendergast before Atlanta Civil War Roundtable, October 1958 on Andersonville prison; track 2 - Graduation address, Henry King Stanford, RM140, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1958
7 Address: Russell B. Richard, "A report from Congress," sponsored by the Law School, Student Bar Association, RM343, 75m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 13, 1966
4 Address: Senator Strom Thurmond "The Threat to Our Liberty" in the Student Center Auditorium, RM226, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, March 10, 1962
1 Address: Sir Richard Livingston to the Emory Faculty Dinner, RM26, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, February 23, 1951
12 Address: Theodore Van Leeoun in Durham Chapel, reel-to-reel, April 25, 1968
2 Address: Thomas P. Malone to the School Problem Laboratory, Emory University: "Children's Feelings in the Classroom Situation", RM71, 40m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T, July 11, 1956
13 Alfred Jenkins, State Department, reel-to-reel, undated
14 Alumni Council Dinner 1969, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 5, 1969
1 Alumni Day 1954; RM32, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, April 10, 1954
6 Alumni Day 1964; "Meet the President"; President Sanford S. Atwood answering questions of alumni, on a panel with Judson C. Ward, James G. Lester, and Ewell Bessent, with Ernest Rogers moderating, RM305, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, June 6, 1964
7 Alumni Day 1965; "Meet the Future Emory," Chairman Ernest Rogers, President Sanford S. Atwood, Vice President Norman Smith, Chairman Henry L. Bowden and other Emory officials answering questions of alumni, RM327, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 12, 1965
8 Alumni Day 1967; discussion "Can Anyone over 30 Be Trusted?," moderated by E. H. Rece with panel members Doris Lockerman, Laura Jones, Chad Price, Tony O'Donnell, Elmo Ellis, Reece Cleghorne, RM368, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 10, 1967
9 Alumni Day 1968; Panel discussion with Sanford S. Atwood, John Stephens, Jerry Zeller, Norman Smith, moderated by Earl Phillips, RM412, 100m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 8, 1968
10 Alumni Day 1969; track 1 - Alumni Symposium, "Fearless Forecast" with Orie Myers, Judson C. Ward, Norman Smith with Rev. Bevel Jones; track 2 - Alumni Day Luncheon with remarks by J. Frank Walter, Walter Davis, report by Sanford S. Atwood on the state of the university, RM437, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 7, 1969
8 Alumni Symposium 1966; track 1 - "Meet the Deans," with Don E. Nichols, James M. Hund, John C. Stephens, Jr., Charles T. Lester, Ben F. Johnson, 6/10/66; track 2 - "Meet the Veeps," "The Purpose of the University in the Modern World," with Orie E. Myers, Jr., Norman C. Smith, and Judson C. Ward, 6/11/66, RM350, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 1966
6 Alumni Symposium, "Pressures on the Family," discussion leaders John T. Doby and Alfred A. Messer, moderated by Judson C. Ward, RM312, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1965
13 An Evening w/ Grainne Yeats, reel-to-reel, May 6, 1977
13 An Evening w/ Grainne Yeats, reel-to-reel, May 6, 1977
13 An Evening w/ Grainne Yeats, reel-to-reel, May 6, 1977
13 Ash Wednesday, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2, undated
10 Atlanta Emory Club Annual Dinner 1970; Marriot Motor Hotel; track 1 - Address by the honorable Carl Sanders; track 2 - music by the Alumni Glee Club, RM457, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, February 12, 1970
11 Atlanta Emory Club Annual Dinner 1971; introduction of speaker by Boisfeuillet Jones, address by Randolph Thrower, greetings by Judson C. Ward, music by Candler Choraliers, J. Wallace Rustin presiding, RM465, 80m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, February 3, 1971
11 Atlanta Emory Club Annual Dinner 1974; address by Vice President Judson C. Ward, "From Mudville to High Rise", RM487, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, February 28, 1974
11 Atlanta Emory Club Annual Dinner 1976; George M. Fox presiding, Henry L. Bowden speaking, RM483, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, March 18, 1976
12 Atlanta Emory Club Annual Dinner 1977; William H. Kitchens presiding, invocation by Larry Bauman, address by Elliott Levitas, special alumni award to William Strozier, RM529, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, March 3, 1977
15 Atlanta's Birthday Part 1 - dub, reel-to-reel, undated
15 Atlanta's Birthday Part 2 - dub, reel-to-reel, undated
5 Baccalaureate address by Donald Russell, Governor of South Carolina, RM268, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, June 1963
4 Baccalaureate address by John Sibley, RM221, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 11, 1962
4 Baccalaureate address by Morris B. Abram, RM233, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-1T, August 19, 1961
1 Baccalaureate sermon for Druid Hills High School by Wyatt Aiken Smart at Glenn Memorial Methodist Church, RM37, 60m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1952
4 Barkley Forum debate between Harvard and Emory, RM237, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, April 5, 1962
13 Ben Massell, reel-to-reel, March 2, 1958
10 Bird Songs; track 1 - miscellaneous bird calls; track 2 - from the record "Music and Bird Songs," Comstock Publishing Associates, Cornell University Press, RM454, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, undated
15 Black Student Alliance on Quad, 11PM, taken from a cassette about 45 min, reel-to-reel, May 26, 1969
13 Black Students and other on quad, reel-to-reel, May 1968
11 Board of Trustees meeting, report by Dean Laney on the Theology School, RM496, 60m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, April 17, 1975
13 Bobby Jones Lecture - Alistair Cooke, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+4, October 27, 1977
1 Candler Lectures 1953; Wyatt Aiken Smart; A Bible for Modern Times, Glenn Memorial Methodist Church; a series of four one-hour talks, RM30A, 2h, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 10, 1953
1 Candler Lectures 1953; Wyatt Aiken Smart; A Bible for Modern Times, Glenn Memorial Methodist Church; a series of four one-hour talks, RM30B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T3+4, undated
2 Candler Lectures 1956; Mark Van Doren on Cervantes' "Don Quixote" given November 12, 13, and 15, RM86A, 50m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, November 1956
2 Candler Lectures 1956; Mark Van Doren on Cervantes' "Don Quixote" given November 12, 13, and 15, RM86B, 50m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 1956
2 Candler Lectures 1957; Vivian Hunter Galbraith on the Reign of Richard II, 3 lectures, RM108A, 60m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, October 7, 1957
2 Candler Lectures 1957; Vivian Hunter Galbraith on the Reign of Richard II, 3 lectures, RM108B, 60m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, October 7, 1957
4 Candler Lectures 1961; Erich Heller on "The importance of Nietzche", RM204, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T, 1961
4 Candler Lectures 1961; Sir Ronald Syme, RM201 , reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T, 1961
6 Candler Lectures 1964; track 1 - "Truth and Politics" by Hannah Arendt; track 2 - "Party and Politics" by Bertolt Brecht, RM287, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1964
7 Candler Lectures 1965; Mircea Eliade on "The Quest for Origins in the History of Religions," "History of Religions: Crisis and Renewal," and "Mythologies and Memory and Forgetting", RM333A , reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-4T-T1+4, 1965
7 Candler Lectures 1965; Mircea Eliade on "The Quest for Origins in the History of Religions," "History of Religions: Crisis and Renewal," and "Mythologies and Memory and Forgetting", RM333B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-4T-T1+4, 1965
8 Candler Lectures 1966; Harry Levin, RM347, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1966
8 Candler Lectures 1967; Eric Voegelin on the drama of humanity, "Man in the Cosmos," "The Epiphany of Man," and "The Revolt of Man", RM360A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1967
8 Candler Lectures 1967; Eric Voegelin on the drama of humanity, "Man in the Cosmos," "The Epiphany of Man," and "The Revolt of Man", RM360B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1967
8 Candler Lectures 1967; Eric Voegelin on the drama of humanity, "Man in the Cosmos," "The Epiphany of Man," and "The Revolt of Man", RM360C, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1967
3 Candler Professorships Dinner; talks by Goodrich C. White and Henry Bowden: recipients; Presentation of awards by S. Walter Martin, RM165, 45m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, May 30, 1960
6 Candler School of Theology, 50th Anniversary Banquet, remarks on history of the Candler School of Theology, RM311, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, January 23, 1964
9 Candler School of Theology, Past Present, Future, RM378, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, 1967
9 Candler School of Theology, Supply Preacher's Banquet, RM394, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1967
14 Charter Day 1942; Dr. White, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, 1942
2 Charter Day 1942; taken from records on home-type disk recorders. Harvey Warren Cox was recorded at this dinner, Goodrich C. White was recoded in his study the next day, RM105, 30m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1942
1 Charter Day 1951; The program presented in the Field House for Emory's Birthday Party, entitled "The Show of Shows." Participants included Lee Jordan, Ernest Rogers, Peter Manning, Brad Ansley, and Malcolm H. Dewey (with Glee Club), RM12, 26m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1951
1 Charter Day 1952; track 1 - Dr. Goodrich C. White; track 2 - Program presented from stage at end of Field House, RM14, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, 1952
1 Charter Day 1953; track 1 only - Emory Glee Club program for Charter Day, RM16, 25m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, 1953
1 Charter Day 1953; track 1 only - Welcome by Dr. Goodrich C. White, address by Judson C. Ward, RM15, 35m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, 1953
1 Charter Day 1954; track 1 only - Address by Dean Gordon Siefkin, RM17, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, 1954
1 Charter Day 1954; track 2+3 - Emory Glee Club's tour of Europe in summer of 1953, RM18, 1h20m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T2+3, 1954
1 Charter Day 1955; track 1 only - Address by Ernest Rogers, RM19, 60m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1955
1 Charter Day 1955; track 1 only - First rendition of "Loyal Emory Hearts", RM20, 10m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1955
2 Charter Day 1956; Address by Dr. Willis A. Sutton, RM69, 45m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T3+4, 1956
2 Charter Day 1956; Welcome by Goodrich C. White and "You Asked For It" program, RM68, 45m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1956
2 Charter Day 1957; Program includes music by Glee Club, talks by Goodrich C. White and Arthur J. Moore, Rev. Charles Allen presiding, RM99, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
2 Charter Day 1958: track 1 - Introduction and address by S. Walter Martin; track 2 -Musical program, RM110, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 24, 1958
3 Charter Day 1959; track 1 - Introduction and musical program with Chess Lagomarsino and "Dooley's Duffers"; track 2 - J. Harris Purks, Jr., Director of North Carolina Board of Higher Education, speaker, RM160, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2 + 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 23, 1959
3 Charter Day 1960; track 1 - Introduction and address by Joel Hunter on "The Sixth Freedom"; track 2 - Musical program by Oxford, Harold Mann director, RM161, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, January 29, 1960
5 Charter Day 1961; track 1 - Address by Henry L. Bowden, "A College Trustee Looks at Academic Freedom"; track 2 - Musical program by Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, RM258, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1961
4 Charter Day 1962; Address by Goodrich C. White, RM212, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1962
14 Citizenship Seminar, Glenn Memorial, Speaker: Blakley, reel-to-reel, T1, April 9, 1955
12 Class of 1907 Reunion, reel-to-reel, undated
13 Comments by Dan Carter and Mr. Alston on Jimmy Carter, reel-to-reel, January 12, 1977
7 Committee for Conversation: Vietnam, RM326B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T3+4, October 29, 1965
7 Committee for Conversation: Vietnam; Keynote address by Eugene Patterson and Norman Thomas, followed by a panel discussion, RM326A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, October 29, 1965
9 Community Educational Services: "We Were There: Recent Georgia History"; track 1 - DeWitt Roberts, attorney; track 2 - Judson C. Ward, RM400C, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, October 18, 1967
9 Community Educational Services: "We Were There: Recent Georgia History"; track 1 - Mrs. Murdock Equen, civic leader; track 2 - Judson C. Ward, RM400E, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, November 1, 1967
9 Community Educational Services: "We Were There: Recent Georgia History"; track 1 and track 2 - George Hamilton, former State Treasurer, RM400B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, October 1967
9 Community Educational Services: "We Were There: Recent Georgia History"; track 1 and track 2 - Judson C. Ward, Vice President and Dean of the Faculties, RM400D, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, October 25, 1967
9 Community Educational Services: "We Were There: Recent Georgia History"; track 1 - Ira Jarrell, former Superintendent of Atlanta Public Schools; track 2 - Judson C. Ward, Vice President of Emory, RM400A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1967
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in Schools: Glenn Memorial Study, RM147A, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1959
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in Schools: Glenn Memorial Study, RM147B, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1959
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in Schools: Glenn Memorial Study, RM147C, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1959
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in Schools: Minister's Week, RM145, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1959
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in the Schools, Editors View the South; track 1 - Hall of Montgomery, Ala.; track 2 - Ashmore of Little Rock, Ark., RM143D, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in the Schools, Editors View the South; track 1 - Sarrat of Winston-Salem; track 2 - Parham of Macon News, RM143A, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in the Schools, Editors View the South; track 1 - Waring of Charleston, Sc.; track 2 - Killpatrick of Richmond, Va., RM143C, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in the Schools, Editors View the South; track 1 -Meyer of Gainesville, Ga.; track 2 - McGill of Atlanta Constitution, RM143B, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in the Schools; track 1 - Dr. Carmichael "The Louisville Story"; track 2 - James McBride Dabbs "Our Southern Heritage", RM135B, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1958
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in the Schools; track 1 - Introduction by John Griffin; track 2 - Dr. Montgomery, Business Editor, The Atlanta Constitution, RM146A, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1959
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in the Schools; track 1 - Introduction by Marvin Griffin; track 2 - Panel with James Mackay and Robert H. Hall , RM135A, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1958
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in the Schools; track 1 - James M. Dabbs and Harry V. Richardson in Brotherhood week forum "What are the basic issues of the racial crisis?"; track 2 - John Fischer, Superintendent of School, Baltimore, RM146C, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1959
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in the Schools; track 1 - Mr. Caldwell, former Gov. of Florida; track 2 - Mr. Griffin, Gov. of Georgia, RM135C, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1958
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in the Schools; track 1 -Bell I. Wiley "Historical Background"; track 2 - Ellis Arnall, former Gov. of Ga., Luncheon address to Institute of Citizenship, RM146D, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1959
3 Community Educational Services: Crisis in the Schools; track 1 -Ralph McGill of Atlanta Constitution; track 2 - Robert Jordan, Senate Floor Leader and School Legislation, RM146B, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1959
3 Community Educational Services: Russia Today track 1 - Dow Kirkpatrick, St. Marks pastor; track 2 - Ralph McGill, Atlanta Constitution, RM156D, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
3 Community Educational Services: Russia Today track 1 - E. Smythe Gambrell, attorney; track 2 - Earl L. Vance, Fla. State Univ., RM156B, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
3 Community Educational Services: Russia Today track 1 - Richard F. Staar; track 2 - Edgar Lehrman, RM156A, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
3 Community Educational Services: Russia Today track 1 - Ross H. McLean; track 2 - Winston Burdine, Atlanta MD., RM156C, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
5 Community Educational Services: Science and Religion; 6 of 8 classes with Peter A. Stewart, moderator; Revolution in Science; track 1 - Dr. Stewart, Scientific View; track 2 - Thomas J. Alitzer, Theological View, RM238C, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
4 Community Educational Services: Science and Religion; 6 of 8 classes with Peter A. Stewart, moderator; Science of Psychology; track 1 - Dr. Stewart, Scientific View; track 2 - Martin J. Bass, Theological View, RM238B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
4 Community Educational Services: Science and Religion; 6 of 8 classes with Peter A. Stewart, moderator; track 1 - Dr. Stewart, Introduction; track 2 - Dr. Stewart, last class and summary, RM238A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
7 Community Educational Services: The South in Transition; Dale Henson, Director of Research, Atlanta Chamber of Commerce on "Economic Change", RM321A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1965
7 Community Educational Services: The South in Transition; track 1 - Calvin Kytle, Acting Director, Community Relations Service, Washington, DC on "Social Change"; track 2 - Ralph McGill, publisher, The Atlanta Constitution on "Living with Change", RM321B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1965
5 Community Educational Services: track 1 - Talk by Eugene Patterson, editor of the Atlanta Constitution, "The Greath South," a re-examination of the South in view of the "New South", a speech of Henry Grady, editor of the Atlanta Constitution during Reconstruction, 1961; track 2 - Crisis in the Schools, Community Educational Services; James McBride Dabbs, 1960, RM239, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
12 Convocation (track 1) and Dr. Jones 8/19/72 (track 2), reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1972
5 Convocation (track 1) and first faculty meeting (track 2); track 1 - address by Dumas Malone, "From the Old to the New", presentation of Jefferson Award to W. A. Strozier by W. Tate Whitman, remarks by Sanford S. Atwood, Judson C. Ward presiding; track 2 - First Faculty meeting, Fall 1963, RM266, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1963
4 Convocation (track 1) and Honors day 1961 (track 2); track 1 - Convocation and awarding of degree to Dean Rusk; track 2 - Honors Day 1961, 05/17/61, Invocation by E.H. Rece, address by Charles Lester, RM185, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, 1961
6 Convocation (track 1) and talk (track 2); track 1 - Lillian Gilbreth, "Our Problems and Resources for Solving Them," sponsored by the Business School, introduction by Dean Trump; track 2 - 50th Annivesary Convocation, invocation by Dean Cannon, presenting candidates for degrees by Judson C. Ward, presenting honorary degrees by President Sanford S. Atwood, address by Eugene Patterson, RM299, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, January 14, 1965
8 Convocation (track 1) and talk on race relations (track 2); track 1 - Harry V. Richardson speaking on race relations, Glenn Memorial, 2/12/67; track 2 - Theology School - Ministers Week Convocation, address by L. J. Cardinal Suenens, honorary degrees conferred on Cardinal Suenens and Bishop Fred Pierce Corson, 1/20/67, RM359, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1967
2 Convocation 1957; Theological Education: Welcome by S. Walter Martin, address by Dean Luther Allen Weigle, presentation of honorary degrees, last part of second track is consecration of Bishops Hall, RM107, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
8 Convocation 1966; including presentation of Jefferson Award to Evangeline Papageorge, invocation by Dean Cannon, address by H.G. Patillo, Sanford S. Atwood presiding, RM356, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, September 19, 1966
9 Convocation 1967, RM398, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1967
10 Convocation 1969; Special Student-Faculty Convocation, RM436, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, May 28, 1969
12 Convocation 1970; Sanford S. Atwood presiding, address by John Peter Anton, presentation of Jefferson Award by Harvey Young to Gregor Sabba, RC-30, reel-to-reel, September 21, 1970
7 Convocation: Theology School - Ministers Week, RM336A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-4T, January 1966
7 Convocation: Theology School - Ministers Week, RM336B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-4T, January 1966
7 Convocation: Theology School - Ministers Week, RM336C, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-4T, January 1966
7 Convocation: Theology School - Ministers Week, RM336D, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-4T, January 1966
7 Convocation; address by Vivian Hunter Galbraith, "Scholarship"; Invocation by Jack S. Boozer, presentation of Jefferson Award by James G. Lester to Ellis Heber Rece, Sanford S. Atwood presiding, RM314, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, September 20, 1965
6 Convocation; Judson C. Ward presiding, invocation by Ellis Heber Rece, remarks by Sanford S. Atwood, address by Roland M. Frye, includes presentation of Jefferson Award to Edwin Martin by James G. Lester, RM294, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 6, 1964
6 Convocation; Judson C. Ward presiding, invocation by Eugene T. Drinkard, presentation of Jefferson Award to W. B. Baker by Goodrich C. White, presentation of honorary degree of Doctor of Literature to Sir Ronald Syme, address by Ronald Syme, RM279, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 3, 1962
15 Judson C. Ward and Mrs. Y. C. Eady, RM-H7B, reel-to-reel, undated
7 Debate on "Activism: A Panel Discussion," comprised of Tom Huston (YAF), Julian Bond (SN CC), Bubba Sutton (Affirmation Vietnam), Tom Quimby (Peace Corps), RM340, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 17, 1966
8 Debate on "God Is Dead" between Thomas J. Atlizer and Mack B. Stokes, RM346, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1966
5 Debate on the role of the federal government in the sixties between Morris B. Abram and William F. Buckley, RM248, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 1962
2 Dedication (track 1) and ground breaking (track 2) of Alumni Memorial Building, RM66, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, April 18, 1949
4 Dedication of Cox Hall; Presentation by S. Walter Martin, dedicatiom by Eugene T. Drinkard, tribute by Bishop Arthur J. Moore, RM206, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 16, 1961
11 Dedication of Kemp Malone memorial library, RM502, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, undated
2 Dedication of Means and Longstreet Halls , RM67, 25m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, May 1, 1956
13 Dedication of Woodruff Library for Advanced Studies, reel-to-reel, October 31, 1969
11 Dedication of Woodruff School of Nursing Building, RM458, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, undated
7 Dedication of Yerkes Regional Primate Center; address by Adolf Schultz, "Changing Views on the Nature and Interrelationship of the Higher Primates", RM323, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T2, October 27, 1965
11 Dedications of Pitts theology library, RM501, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 11, 1976
6 Dinner for 50th Anniversary; track 1 - Glee Club, "This Is the Club That Was," directed by William W. Lemonds; track 2 - Introduction by James H. Wilson, greetings from Sanford S. Atwood, address by Harlee Branch, Jr., "Ivory Tower or Citadel?", RM300, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, January 25, 1965
2 Dinner for George H. Mew retirement, RM113, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 17, 1958
2 Dinner for Goodrich C. White retirement; Remarks by Mack B. Stokes; Curtis Langhorne presiding, RM88, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 4, 1957
8 Dinner for retirement of Boone M. Bowen and Arva C. Floyd, Gordon Thompson as master of ceremonies, music by Candler Choraliers, entertainment by Bowen and Floyd, closing remarks by Dean Cannon, RM366, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, May 25, 1967
12 Dinner for retirement of Dean Ellis Heber Rece; Jack Boozer presiding, May 18 1968, RM-H1, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1968
7 Dinner for retirement of Ernest Rogers in appreciation for his gift of Wallace Rogers' bird slides and 16mm film to Emory; Woolford B. Baker, host, RM334, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, December 14, 1965
8 Dinner for retirement of Thomas E. McDonough and James G. Lester; track 1 - McDonough retirement dinner, Spring 1967, W. C. Partin as master of ceremonies, remarks by Henry L. Bowden and Goodrich C. White; track 2 - Lester retirement dinner, Spring 1966, Arthur Allen as master of ceremonies, remarks by Judson C. Ward, RM367, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1966-1967
10 Dinner for retirement ten members of Emory Faculty: Imannuel Ben-Dor, I. W. Brock, L. L. Clegg, Marvin H. Harper, Evalene Jackson, Leroy E. Loemaker, W. C. Osman-Hall, Walter B. Posey, Angelyn Sasnett, Garland G. Smith with master of ceremonies Judson C. Ward, RM435, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, May 10, 1969
6 Dinner for School of Business Administration Alumni Association Fall 1964: Address by Richard H. Rich with Allan Nichols presiding, participation by Sanford S. Atwood, Guy W. Trump, and Henry L. Bowden, presentation of portrait of Dean Gordon Siefkin by alumni, RM295, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 14, 1964
1 Dinner for Sterling G. Brinkley retirement, RM39, 60m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, December 7, 1953
4 Dinner for Woolford B. Baker retirement; track 1 - Retirement dinner for Dr. Baker, 1961; track 2 - Alumni Day Luncheon with remarks by Theodore Jack, Dean E.H. Rece, Dean Charles Lester, Richard Gaither, 1961, RM183, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1961
12 Dinner honoring Three-hundred years of service, reel-to-reel, 2 copies, undated
6 Discussion at the Theology School, "Old Times", RM313, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, undated
14 Discussion by Dr. David M. Porter, Emory; Class discussions on Vacation, reel-to-reel, undated
8 Discussion led by Nancy Shuttle of two books for Librarianship 316, "Folk Songs of North American" by Allen Lomax and "Fireside Book of Folksongs" by Margaret Bradford Boni, RM364, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, 1967
14 Discussion of Civil Rights with Judson C. Ward, reel-to-reel, January 9, 1961
13 Dr. Blehe, Monday PM, reel-to-reel, undated
14 Dr. Bowen, reel-to-reel, undated
14 Dr. Floyd's master for slides, reel-to-reel, May 12, 1967
15 Dr. Ward interviews Mrs. Charles Jarrell, Mrs. E. J. Brown, Misses Martha and Elizabeth Barnham, William J. Dickie, Walton Strozier, W. A. Squire Carlton, Virgil Y. C. Eady about Old Emory at Oxford, RM-H7C, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 6, 1967
15 Dr. White and Dr. Ward, reel-to-reel, undated
15 Dr. White and Dr. Ward talking of Old Emory at Oxford, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 1967
5 Dramatic Presentation for a BBC broadcast by Alan Conway, visiting professor of history; "The Welsh and the American Civil War," voices include: Lincoln: Harvey Young, John Brown: Walter Love, William Lloyd Garrison: France Benjamin, Southern fire-eater: George Cuttino, Slave: Sylvester M. Shorter, RM250, 40m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, undated
14 Drug Abuse; Dr. Harry Williams taken from a video tape of his class ?, reel-to-reel, undated
13 E. Ramey - MASTER, reel-to-reel, undated
2 Education Workshop: One Flute Four Times; An experiment in recording one person playing four parts of the flute. Also the effect of adding an echo by electronics, RM106, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, 1957
14 Emory - Counciling [illegible], reel-to-reel, undated
6 Emory Birthday Party 1963; track 1 - Candle Lighting Ceremony; track 2 - Glee Club Jamboree, composite of many glee club alumni of past directed by Malcolm H. Dewey, RM280, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, January 25, 1963
6 Emory Birthday Party 1964; track 1 - Speeches; track 2 - Music, RM283, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, January 24, 1964
7 Emory Birthday Party 1966; track 1 - Glee Club, Women's Chorale, and Chamber Singers (7 1/2); track 2 - Invocation by C. Meyers, introductions by John Vann, greetings by Sanford S. Atwood, introduction of speaker by Pollard Turner, address by William Bowdoin (3 3/4). Followed by the Glee Club and Chamber Singers. (7 1/2), RM337, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-1T , January 25, 1966
8 Emory Birthday Party 1967; Atlanta Emory Club Annual Dinner, Atlanta Marriot Motor Hotel; track 1 - Bealy Smith presiding, invocation by E. T. Drinkard, greetings by Sanford S. Atwood, remarks by Chad Price, report by Randolph Thrower, music by Glee Club alumni group, introduction of speaker by Henry L. Bowden; track 2 - Address by Pollard Turner, RM357, 150m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 26, 1967
9 Emory Birthday Party 1968; track 1 - Business and entertainment, James Hughes presiding; track 2 - Address by Ellis Heber Rece, RM403, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 25, 1968
10 Emory Birthday Party 1969; track 1 - Business, Rev. Bevel Jones presiding, talks by Henry L. Bowden and William R. Bowdoin; track 2 - Talk by Sanford S. Atwood, music by the Huff N' Puffs, invocation by Rev. Cecil Myers, RM428, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 6, 1969
14 Emory Day 1971; side 1 - Question and answer; side 2 - Banquet and Award, 135m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, undated
11 Emory Day 1973; luncheon honoring Dean Prentice Miller on his retirement, RM479, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, May 12, 1973
13 Emory Super Bowl, 60m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 27, 1972
14 Emory Women's [illegible] 10/12/55 HOLD; Duck song example, 2 small reels, 1955
13 End of Emory Jr. at Valdosta, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, June 4, 1964
13 End of Emory Jr. at Valdosta, reel-to-reel, undated
15 Faculty meeting, reel-to-reel, May 28, 1969
7 Faculty meeting and talk; track 1 - Boisfeuillet Jones, "Toward Better Health" 10/12/65; track 2 - Faculty Meeting, remarks by Sanford S. Atwood including a statement of freedom of speech for faculty and adiscussion of building funds and their uses by Norman Smith and Henry L. Bowden, RM324, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1965
15 Family Life Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, Methodist Church, Lake Janulaska, NC,, reel-to-reel, July 1963
15 Family Life Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, Methodist Church, Lake Janulaska, NC,, reel-to-reel, July 1963
11 Funeral, Arthur J Moore, RM481, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, undated
16 Ga. History, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2, January 23, 1961
16 Ga. History; Civil War, reel-to-reel, January 16, 1961
16 Ga. History; early history, reel-to-reel, October 24, 1960
16 Ga. History; education and culture, reel-to-reel, December 19, 1960
16 Ga. History; geography and transportation, 1st Slavery, reel-to-reel, December 1960
16 Ga. History; Indians, reel-to-reel, November 21, 1960
16 Ga. History; land, reel-to-reel, November 14, 1960
16 Ga. History; modern Ga. , reel-to-reel, March 6, 1961
16 Ga. History; politics, reel-to-reel, February 20, 1961
16 Ga. History; politics in Ga. , reel-to-reel, January 9, 1961
16 Ga. History; Populism, reel-to-reel, February 13, 1961
16 Ga. History; Reconstruction, reel-to-reel, February 6, 1961
16 Ga. History; Royal colony and Revolution, reel-to-reel, October 31, 1960
4 Georgia: Issues and Answers, RM228B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T3+4, 1962
4 Georgia: Issues and Answers; Charles D. Hounshell, moderator; Kidd Culver, RM228A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1962
15 Glenn Memorial Church Christmas 1959, reel-to-reel, 1959
15 Glenn Memorial Church Christmas 1961, Original and copies of , reel-to-reel, 1961
15 Glenn Memorial Church Maundy Thursday, reel-to-reel, April 11, 1963
15 Glenn Memorial Church program fror Wednesday night 3 of 4, reel-to-reel, undated
15 Glenn Memorial Church, Christmas 1961, reel-to-reel, 1961
15 Glenn Memorial Church, lost program, reel-to-reel, undated
15 Glenn Memorial Church, morning worship, reel-to-reel, January 26, 1961
15 Glenn Memorial Church, morning worship, reel-to-reel, December 17, 1961
15 Glenn Memorial Church, planning meeting, reel-to-reel, August 26, 1962
2 Graduation exercises 1942; Franklin N. Parker; Track 2 is Parker conducting a theology class in 1946. Taken from records made on a home type recorder in 1942 and 1946, RM104, 40m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1942, 1946
1 Graduation exercises 1949; address by Vice President Alben W. Barkley, RM43, 60m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-1T, June 13, 1949
2 Graduation exercises 1957; Address by Theodore Jack, RM101, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 6, 1957
6 Graduation exercises 1964; track 1 - Invocation by Dwight E. Pearce, Baccalaureate address by Guy R. Lyle, authorization for conferring degrees by James A. Mackay, benediction by Lon B. Chestnutt, August 22, 1964; track 2 - Graduation exercises, June 8, 1964, RM306, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1964
7 Graduation exercises 1965; invocation by Sam L. Laird, remarks by Sanford S. Atwood, address by Wernher von Braun, authorization for conferring degrees by Henry L. Bowden, benediction by Emanuel Feldman, RM320, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, June 14, 1965
7 Graduation exercises 1965; invocation by William R. Cannon, remarks by Sanford S. Atwood, address by Douglas M. Knight of Duke University, authorization for conferring degrees by Arthur J. Moore, conferring of honorary degrees by Judson C. Ward, followed by conferring of degrees, RM319, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, August 21, 1965
9 Graduation exercises 1966, RM401, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, June 13, 1966
9 Graduation exercises 1967, RM379, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, June 11, 1967
8 Graduation exercises 1967, RM369, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 12, 1967
9 Graduation exercises 1968, RM411, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, undated
10 Graduation exercises 1969 (track 1) and Honors Day 1969 (track 2); track 1 - Graduation exercises 1969, invocation by Frederick C. Pussner, remarks by Sanford S. Atwood, address by Dr. Barnaby C Keeney, benediction by Samuel L. Laird; track 2 - Honors Day 1969, invocation by Richard C. Devor, address by William Holmes Borders, RM434, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 9, 1969 and May 10 1969
10 Graduation exercises 1969; Address by Dean Clark E. Myers, Dean of the Business School, introduction by Sanford S. Atwood, invocation by Richard C. Devor, RM453, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, August 16, 1969
11 Graduation exercises 1970, RM460, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 8, 1970
11 Graduation exercises 1971, RM466, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 6, 1971
11 Graduation exercises 1972, RM469, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, June 12, 1972
11 Graduation exercises 1973, RM474, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, June 11, 1973
11 Graduation exercises 1974, RM500, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T, June 10, 1974
11 Graduation exercises 1974, RM485, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, August 19, 1974
11 Graduation exercises 1975, RM484, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 16, 1975
11 Graduation exercises 1975, RM492, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T, August 23, 1975
11 Graduation exercises 1976, RM494, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T, June 14, 1976
12 Graduation exercises 1977, RM532, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, June 13, 1977
12 Graduation exercises 1977; commencement ceremonies with address by Edna R. Grexton, introduced by Sanford S. Atwood, reel-to-reel, August 20, 1977
4 Granting of charters to social clubs; Randolph Fort introduces Dean Nina E. Rusk who gives the talk, Edwin T. Martin gives the history of the social clubs, RM180, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, November 25, 1957
2 Groundbreaking (track 1) and consecration (track 2) of Bishops Hall for Theological Studies; track 1 - Ground breaking, introduction by Dean Cannon and ceremony by Bishop Andrew J. Moore, 1/4/57; track 2 - Consecration, 9/20/57, RM93, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
9 Groundbreaking of (track 1) Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, 1/18/68, and (track 2) Library for Advanced Studies, 9/21/67, RM402, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1967-1968
13 Hartsborne, philosophy, reel-to-reel, March 1968
11 Health Education for Emory College students series; Richard S. Ward on "Interpreting emotional signals", RM504, 43m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 1, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Armand E. Hendee on "Family Planning", RM521, 40m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 8, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Bernard P. Wolff on "Alveolar aptitude and related conditions", RM514, 35m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 23, 1973
11 Health Education for Emory College students series; Donald W. Rooker on "Otorhinolaryngological respects", RM507, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 8, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Douglas R. Murray on "So early silent this major disease", RM523, 50m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 13, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Edward E. Sammons on "Drug use and abuse, effects and side effects", RM512, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 18, 1973
11 Health Education for Emory College students series; Harry C. Tindall on "vision and eye protection", RM509, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 11, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; James N. Brawner on "Cardiovascular preservation", RM517, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 30, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; John H. Richardson "Zoonoses", RM526, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 20, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; John Rhodes Haverty on "Entry into and anticipated changes in our health care system", RM519, 40m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 27, 1973
11 Health Education for Emory College students series; Joseph C. Masse on "People as patients", RM505, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 2, 1973
11 Health Education for Emory College students series; Lois Hawes on "Traffic safety and Jed and Jill", RM508, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 9, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Mary Helen Goodloe on "Eat to your heart's content", RM516, 30m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 27, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Perry E. Treadwell on "Environmental influences on living healthfully", RM524, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 15, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Richard Lyles on "People in crises or crisis.", RM527, 30m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 26, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Robert H. Silliman on "Science in hindsight", RM518, 40m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 1, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Robert L. Taylor on "Life, a gift to take or leave" , RM520, 30m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, December 3, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Ronald W. Dunbar on "Resuscitation and you are there", RM515, 15m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 25, 1973
11 Health Education for Emory College students series; Sidney Olansky on "dermatologic happenings", RM510, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 15, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Thomas F. Sellers on "Immunizations and disease prevention", RM511, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 16, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Thomas Kimmel on "Venereal Diseases", RM525, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 29, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; Trawick Stubbs on "Who needs families?", RM522, 50m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 12, 1973
12 Health Education for Emory College students series; William F. Wieland on "Approaches to problems of drug abuse", RM513, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 22, 1973
11 Health Education for Emory College students series; William H. Cook on "Dental differences and discipline", RM506, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 4, 1973
16 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #1 Irwin Jay Knopf on "Psychology and Learning" 1/9/69; track 2 - #2 Richard S. Ward on "Emotional Health" 1/13/69, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 1969
16 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #10 Carl A. Smith on "Resuscitation and You Are There!" 1/30/69; track 2 - #21 Delmar Miller on "Total Dental Health" 2/25/69, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January-February 1969
16 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #11 Irene A. Phrydas on "Uncoscious Emotional Involvement and Behavior" 2/3/69; track 2 - #16 Charles W. Butler and Irene A. Phrydas, "Questions and Discussion" 2/13/69, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 1969
16 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #12 Charles W. Butler on "The Reproductive Systems" 2/4/69; track 2 - #13 Charles W. Butler on "Sexual Behavior" 2/6/69, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 1969
16 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #14 Irene A. Phrydas on "Responsibility for the Child Out of Wedlock" 2/10/69; track 2 - #15 Alfred A. Messer on "Religion and Psychiatry and Sex Education" 2/11/69, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 1969
16 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #17 James L. Waters on "Adolescent Pregnancy: 'A Syndrome of Failure'" 2/17/69; track 2 - #18 Luella M. Klein on "Populations and Problems" 2/18/69, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 1969
16 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #19 Dale Dominy on "'How to Save a Million'" 2/20/69; track 2 - #20 T. E. Billings on "Veneral Disease" 2/24/69, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 1969
16 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #22 F. Phinizy Calhoun on "Vision and Eye Care" 2/27/69; track 2 - #23 John H. Perlee on "Oto-Rhino-Laryngo-Pharyngeal Health" 3/3/69, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February-March 1969
16 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #24 Loren J. Humphrey on "When Surgery Is Required for Homeostatis" 3/4/69; track 2 - #25 David J. Sencer (Dir. Of CDC) on "World Health" 3/6/69 , reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, March 1969
17 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #25 (#26?) Michael D. Adams (Atlanta Traffic and Safety Council) on "Automobile Drivers and Traffic", reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, March 1969
16 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #3 J. Frank Walker on "Physical Health 1/14/69; track 2 - #4 Thomas F. Sellers on "Immunizations and Contagious Diseases" 1/16/69, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 1969
16 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #5 Carl C. Aven on "Philosophy, Habits, and Long Life" 1/20/69; track 2 - #9 James A. Alford on "Alcohol and Society" and "Alcoholism: Disease or Crime?" 1/28/69, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 1969
16 Health Education for Emory College students; track 1 - #7 Richard Bly (Supervisor, Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs U.S. (Atlanta office) on "Marihuana" 1/23/69; track 2 - #8 Dean Robert E. Jewett on "Drugs: Misuse and Abuse" 1/27/69, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 1969
13 Henry Hoke, Conference "Roundup", Evaluative Session, reel-to-reel, March 21, 1953
14 History copy for Rev. Sawyer, reel-to-reel, undated
6 Honors Day 1964; Address by Lyndon B. Johnson, invocation by Rev. Sam L. Laird, introduction of speaker by Sanford S. Atwood, includes presentation of awards by deans of colleges, RM288, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1964
8 Horizons Program Symposium sponsored Student Senate, College Council, and Student Center Board; T3 - Senator Strom Thurmond, SC; track 2 - Panel Discussion with G. Paul Jones, Congressman James A. Mackay, Dillard Munford, Reese Cleghron, moderated by Dean Hounshell; track 1 - George S. Schuyler; T4 - Tom R. Van Winkle, RM344, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-4T-T1+2+3+4, April 1-2, 1966
2 Inauguration of S. Walter Martin; track 1 - Inaugural convocation; track 2 - Dinner introducing President Martin to Atlanta businessmen, speeches by Frederick Hovde, Pres. Purdue University, and John A. Sibley, RM109, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
5 Inauguration of Sanford S. Atwood as 16th President of Emory University, with Leroy E. Loemaker; track 1 - Music; track 2 - Speeches, RM271, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-T1, 3 3/4-T2, November 15, 1963
13 Interview of Lester Maddox, reel-to-reel, March 25, 1965
13 Interview of Lester Maddox, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T, October 1, 1965
12 Interview of William Swoll (Huck) Sawyer given at Emory in which Mr. Sawyer talks of events and personalities on Emory campuses at Oxford, 1912-1924 and at Atlanta, 1920-1925, RM-H4, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, undated
15 Interview with Dean Bond Fleming of Oxford by Virgil Hartley and Judson Smith of Emory Magazine, RM-H8, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1967
4 Interviews from "This is the South," WLWA, 1960; taken from TV program; an interview with representative of organized labor in the south discussing labor problems, RM176, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, April 17, 1960
15 Interviews, Dr. James George Lester, Lewis Lemar Clay, Lee W. Blitch, and William A Strozier on old Emory College at Oxford by Dean Judson C. Ward, RM-H7A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, undated
16 J. G. Lester #10 of 14, reel-to-reel, undated
16 J. G. Lester #11 of 14, reel-to-reel, undated
16 J. G. Lester #12 of 14, reel-to-reel, undated
16 J. G. Lester #13 of 14, reel-to-reel, undated
16 J. G. Lester #14/14, reel-to-reel, undated
16 J. G. Lester #15/ 14, reel-to-reel, undated
15 J. G. Lester #2 of 14, reel-to-reel, undated
15 J. G. Lester #3 of 14, reel-to-reel, undated
15 J. G. Lester #4 of 14, reel-to-reel, undated
15 J. G. Lester #5 of 14, reel-to-reel, undated
16 J. G. Lester #6 of 14, reel-to-reel, undated
16 J. G. Lester #7 of 14, reel-to-reel, undated
16 J. G. Lester #8 of 14, reel-to-reel, undated
16 J. G. Lester #9 of 14, reel-to-reel, undated
2 Jerrell Lecture Series with Seward Hiltner, Prof. of Pastoral Theology, U of Chicago during Ministers' Week 1957; track 1 - "Jesus Christ and the Care of Souls"; track 2 - "Principles of Sheparding: from Psychology to Theology", RM96A, 50m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
2 Jerrell Lecture Series with Seward Hiltner, Prof. of Pastoral Theology, U of Chicago during Ministers' Week 1957; track 1 - "Sheparding through Fellowship"; track 2 - "The Seven Ages of Sheparding", RM96C, 50m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
2 Jerrell Lecture Series by Seward Hiltner, Prof. of Pastoral Theology, U of Chicago during Ministers' Week 1957; track 1 - "The Sheparding of Grief, Loss, and Guilt"; track 2 - "The "Sheparding of the Family", RM96B, 50m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
15 Judson C. Ward and Goodrich White, RM-H7D, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, July 21, 1967
15 Judson C. Ward interviews Sterling Brinkley concerning his memories as a student at old Emory College, RM-H7E, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1968
10 Kenan Professorships, lectures by Eugene R. Black on "Alternative in Southeast Asia", RM429A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, March 31, 1969
10 Kenan Professorships, lectures by Eugene R. Black on "Alternative in Southeast Asia", RM429B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, March 31, 1969
10 Kenan Professorships, lectures by Sir Carl R. Popper on "Knowledge and the Body-Mind Problem" for an undergraduate course, RM433A, 180m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 1, 1969
10 Kenan Professorships, lectures by Sir Carl R. Popper on "Knowledge and the Body-Mind Problem" for an undergraduate course, RM433B, 180m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 1, 1969
10 Kenan Professorships, lectures by Sir Carl R. Popper on "Knowledge and the Body-Mind Problem" for an undergraduate course, RM433C, 180m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 1, 1969
10 Kenan Professorships, seminars by Sir Carl R. Popper on philosophy for graduate students, RM432A, 120m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 2, 1969
10 Kenan Professorships, seminars by Sir Carl R. Popper on philosophy for graduate students, RM432B, 120m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 2, 1969
10 Kenan Professorships, seminars by Sir Carl R. Popper on philosophy for graduate students, RM432C, 120m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 2, 1969
10 Kenan Professorships, seminars by Sir Carl R. Popper on philosophy for graduate students, RM432D , 120m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 23, 1969
10 Kenan Professorships, seminars by Sir Carl R. Popper on philosophy for graduate students, RM432E, 120m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 30, 1969
7 Law Day 1966; track 1 - Address by John W. Gardner, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare; track 2 - Address by Abe Fortas, Associate Justice of the US Spreme Court, RM342, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, May 7, 1966
12 Law Day 1968, reel-to-reel, 1968
9 Law Day 1968 featuring address by Attorney General Ramsey Clark, introduced by former Governor of Georiga Carl Sanders, RM409, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, April 27, 1968
11 Law Day 1973, Dedication of Gambrell Hall; Address by Robert Meserve, President of the American Bar Association, RM477, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, May 5, 1973
13 Lectures: [illegible] lecture by Harry Williams, reel-to-reel, undated
7 Lectures: 50th Anniversary Lectures, William Stringfellow, New York lawyer and Episcopal layman, on ethics; track 1 - "The Ethics of Involvement"; track 2 - "The Ethics of Violence and Apathy", RM332A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, November 8, 1965
7 Lectures: 50th Anniversary Lectures, William Stringfellow, New York lawyer and Episcopal layman, on ethics; track 1 - "The Ethics of Protest" and questions from the audience; track 2 - Questions, RM332B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, November 9, 1965
7 Lectures: 50th Anniversary Lectures; introduction by Henry L. Bowden, address by Immanuel Ben-Dor, "The Dead Sea Scrolls", RM325, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, October 26, 1965
7 Lectures: 50th Anniversary Lectures;"Lee and Lincoln" by Bell I. Wiley, RM331, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, April 9, 1965
1 Lectures: Alfred North Whitehead: track 1 - Whitehead, Philosopher-Scientist by Charles Hartshorn; track 2 - Beauty and Religion by Arnold Levison; T3 - Mathematics and Culture by Lucio Chiaraviglio; T4 - Process and Reality by Victor Lowe, RM9, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-4T-T1+2+3+4, 1960
2 Lectures: Avery Craven and Bell I. Wiley; track 1- Avery Craven before Chicago Civil War Roundtable, 1958: "Did Lincoln's election justify secession?"; track 2 - Bell I. Wiley: "Johnny Reb and Billy Yank" 1956, RM102, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1956, 1958
3 Lectures: Bell I. Wiley and Allan Nevins; track 1 - Bell I Wiley at Lincoln Memorial University "The Memorable War"; track 2 - Allan Nevins at Lincoln Memorial University "The Effect of the Civil War on the American Character" , RM141, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, June 1, 1958
6 Lectures: Bell I. Wiley: "Billy Yank and Johnny Reb in the Campaign for Atlanta" at Emory, RM286, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, April 30, 1964
4 Lectures: Belly I. Wiley (track 1) and interview by Chet Huntley (track 2); track 1 - Bell I. Wiley giving the Dolly Lamar lecture at Mercer on Robert E. Lee; track 2 - Chet Huntley narrator of NBC's "White Paper" the State Legislature, interviews with state legislators, also interviews with mayors, including Hartsfield of Atlanta, RM186, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1961
5 Lectures: Charles Hartshorne, "The Logic of Metaphysical Conceptions," in Bishops Hall; 1. "The Principle of Contrast," May 7; 2. "The Priority of One-way Relationships and the Legitimate Role of Symmetry, May 14; 3. "Inexhaustive Divisions and Misplaced Symmetry," May 21; 4. "A Mathematical Model of Theistic and Pantheistic Doctrines," May 23, RM263, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2+3+4, 5/63
10 Lectures: Charles Winick, Drug Dependence and Abuse, RM425, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 12, 1968
5 Lectures: David M. Potter for Sperry and Hutchinson Co. Lectures: "Individualism and Estrangement in American Life"; Lecture 1: "Social Alienation," Lecture 2: Sources of Alienation in America", RM260, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 4/63
12 Lectures: Dr. C. Lester on Federal Aid and Higher Education, reel-to-reel, 1965
1 Lectures: Dr. Clarence Gohdes on Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, RM53, 60m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, April 20, 1955
1 Lectures: Dr.White, Shiver, Carmichael, RM25, reel-to-reel, February 10, 1953
2 Lectures: Earl Clement Attleeat Emory, RM92, 50m, reel-to-reel, January 11, 1957
1 Lectures: Franck C. Laubach to the School of Theology, RM10, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 14, 1960
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward, RM380, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward, RM381, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1960-1961
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward, RM382, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward, RM383, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward, RM384, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward "Civil War", RM386, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward "Economic Reconstruction", RM388, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward "Education and Culture", RM385, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward "Modern Georgia", RM392, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward "Political Reconstruction", RM387, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward "Politics Before the Civil War", RM389, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward "Politics Before the Civil War", RM391, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
9 Lectures: Georgia History Series: Dr. Judson C. Ward "The New South", RM390, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960-1961
4 Lectures: Georgia-Unfinished State: Community Educational Services, RM190A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
4 Lectures: Georgia-Unfinished State: Community Educational Services, RM190B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
5 Lectures: German minister, Helmut Thielicki at Alumni Memorial Auditorium on Existentialism and Historism, RM267, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, undated
1 Lectures: Hans Joachim Morganthau, RM7, 70m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, undated
1 Lectures: Harold Stassen, RM6, 60m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-1T, November 1947
13 Lectures: Harry Williams on "Drug Abuse" to sophomore medical students, reel-to-reel, February 18, 1972
6 Lectures: Henry T. Malone entitled "The Cherokee's in the White Man's Path", RM290A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1964
6 Lectures: Henry T. Malone entitled "The Cherokee's in the White Man's Path", RM290B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1964
6 Lectures: Henry T. Malone entitled "The Cherokee's in the White Man's Path", RM290C, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1964
6 Lectures: Henry T. Malone entitled "The Cherokee's in the White Man's Path", RM290D, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1964
10 Lectures: Hubert Humphrey for Student Center Board; one of a series of lectures sponsored by the Pillsbury Company on the general subject of Man's Values, his Goals, and his Environment. Each lecture is given at a different university., RM455, 75m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 3, 1970
9 Lectures: Immanuel Ben-Dor speaks to the members of a group who are organizing for the study of the Old Testament; track 1 - Old and New Hebrew; track 2 - The story of Imannuel Ben-Dor's life, RM405, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 27, 1968
9 Lectures: Immanuel Ben-Dor(Duplicate), RM405, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 27, 1968
5 Lectures: James Silver of the University of Mississippi on the "Mississippi Crisis", RM265, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1963
11 Lectures: Kemp Malone translations with reading in Old English, RM480, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1973
1 Lectures: Kiyoshi Tanimoto, Methodist minister in Hiroshima when atomic bomb was dropped, RM44, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1951
12 Lectures: Lecture #1 and #4 Sir Karl Popper, reel-to-reel, undated
12 Lectures: Lecture #2 Sir Karl Popper, reel-to-reel, undated
12 Lectures: Lecture #3 Sir Karl Popper, reel-to-reel, April 8, 1969
4 Lectures: Linus Pauling on the relationship of science and world peace, RM223, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, March 7, 1962
3 Lectures: Louis Raths and Bell I. Wiley; track 1 - "What is teaching?" by Louis Raths (NYU, Ga. Tapes, 1955); track 2 - "The Memorable War" by Bell I. Wiley, School Problems Laboratory (1958), RM127, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, July 1958, 1955
6 Lectures: Norman Malcolm to the Philosophy Group of Georgia; track 1 - "Wittgenstein's Tractatus," March 6, 1964; T4 - "Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigation," March 7, 1964, RM285, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-4T-T1+4, March 1964
5 Lectures: Philosophy 110; track 1 - Charles Hartshorne: "The Ontological Argument"; track 2 - Leroy E. Loemaker: "The Nature of Religion", RM242, 40m + 50m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1962
5 Lectures: Philosophy 110; track 1 - James A. Gould: "John Stuart Mills 'On Liberty'"; track 2 - John T. Wilcox: "Ayer's Emotive Theory of Ethics", RM244, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 1962
5 Lectures: Philosophy 110; track 1 - James T. Wilcox: "St. Thomas' Prime Mover Argument"; track 2 - John T. Wilcox: "St. Thomas' Four Other Arguments for the Existence of God", RM246, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 1962
5 Lectures: Philosophy 110; track 1 - Richard Hocking: "Mysticism"; track 2 - Richard Hocking: "The Will to Believe", RM243, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 1962
5 Lectures: Philosophy 110; track 1 - Richard Hocking: "Nietzsche"; track 2 - Richard Hocking: "Perry", RM245, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 1962
5 Lectures: Philosophy 110; track 1 - Robert Power: "Kant"; track 2 - John T. Wilcox: "Bentham", RM247, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1962
3 Lectures: Rowland A. Egger on "Broadening Horizons of Executive Personnel"; Prof. Egger, chairman, Dept. of Political Science, Univ. of Virginia, speaking at Emory University Management Seminar, RM163, 50m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, September 3, 1959
7 Lectures: The Philosophy of Leibniz by Leroy Loemaker for Philosophy 212, RM341, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-4T, Februart 10-15, 1966
8 Lectures: Thomas J. Alitzer; track 1 - Introduction:"Death of God Theology; track 2 - Interview with Alitzer by Ed Joyce of WCBS in New York, RM376A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, May 26, 1966
8 Lectures: Thomas J. Alitzer; track 1 - Recording presented by Alitzer during the convocation on America and the Future of Theology conference at Emory, RM376B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 19, 1965
14 Lectures: Thomas J. Alitzer's final class "World Religions," Video college for 3-21-60, taped 3-18-60, reel-to-reel, March 18, 1960
3 Lectures: W. H. Grant (track 1), Emory Dept. of Geology on Geomagnetism, historical background and (track 2) lecture by J.O. Eichler of Georgia Tech, Civil Engineering, "The Earth's Shape", RM121, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1956
3 Lectures: Woolford B. Baker on gardening; presented by Dr. Baker on Video College Series, RM164A, 10 x 30m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
3 Lectures: Woolford B. Baker on gardening; presented by Dr. Baker on Video College Series, RM164B, 10 x 30m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
3 Lectures: World Religions: Video-College; Dr. Altizer, RM152A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
3 Lectures: World Religions: Video-College; Dr. Altizer, RM152B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
11 Mason. Emory University's health services, RM503, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, undated
4 Meeting of Hope, Inc.; First public meeting of people interested in the organization for helping our public schools, held at Tower Theatre in Atlanta, Ga., RM173, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, undated
6 Meeting of Philosophy of Education, Southeastern Regional Meeting, Sterling G. Brinkley on history of the meeting, RM281, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1963
11 Memorial service for Dr. Harry Williams, Professor of Pharmacy and Associate Dean and Director of Allied Health Professions. Participants include Jack Boozer, Herbert Karp, and William Lemonds, RM475, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, July 24, 1972
9 Memorial service for Martin Luther King; track 1 - Memorial to Dr. King by WAOK, Atlanta radio station; track 2 - Excerpts from Dr. King's speeches played from tape recordings at the memorial service for him in Glenn Memorial Church, RM413, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 10, 1969
10 Memorial service for Martin Luther King Jr., Otis Turner, RM430, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, April 4, 1969
10 Ministers Week 1960, banquet and convocation, RM440, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1960
13 Mr. Mew, Dr. Lester, and Bob Whitaker, reel-to-reel, December 27, 1961
13 Ms. Jones, reel-to-reel, undated
9 Music: Trumpet Call to Worship; To be played in Glenn Memorial Tower, RM407, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, undated
14 Music: 40th Glenn Music only, reel-to-reel, undated
6 Music: American Folk Songs, 18th and 19th Centuries, recordings of excerpts from records; Eugene M. Sirmans, RM284, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, 1964
10 Music: Background Music, RM426, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
1 Music: by Emanuelita and Chappel White, RM21, 20m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, undated
6 Music: Candler Choraliers Concert, RM276, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1963
8 Music: Candler Choraliers performing T.S. Eliot's "Ash Wednesday" by J.R. Crawford featuring Betty Styron Guffin, soprano, at Durham Chapelk, RM355, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, February 1966
14 Music: Candler Choraliers, #2 of 3, reel-to-reel, April 3, 1970
10 Music: Chamber Orchestra Mid-Winter Concert; assisted by Glee Club and Women's Chorale, conducted by William W. Lemonds, RM417, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, February 17, 1965
4 Music: Chapel Choir performing Passion According of St. John, presented Easter, 1960 in the Theology Chapel, work is by Schutz, RM187, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1960
21 Music: Church Music Workshop, Emory University, RMS2, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, January, 1964
1 Music: Concert Band, Spring Concert, Glenn Memorial Auditorium, 1948, RM22, 30m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-1T, 1948
9 Music: Concert with flutist Ernestine Whitman, including Beverly Gibbone, piano and harpsichord, Karen Salsbury, Violin, Leonard Altieri, Viola, and Marthe Bishop, Cello, RM404, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, January 28, 1968
10 Music: Department of Music, Jean Lemonds, RM416A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, January 7, 1966
10 Music: Department of Music, Jean Lemonds, RM416B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, January 7, 1966
2 Music: Dinner Music, taken from 2 LP records used for Birthday Dinner 1957, RM98, 30m, reel-to-reel, 1957
14 Music: Emory Concert Band; recording originally from [illegible] on Break Ground [illegible] in Glenn Memorial, reel-to-reel, undated
4 Music: Fine Arts Music Series, Chamber Music Concert; Sinfornia for flute and strings from Secular Cantata #209: J.S. Bach; String Quartet in C-sharp minor: Andante con moto; Vivace scherezando adagio man non troppo, allegro; Quintet for clarinet and strings: Mozart; allegro, larghetto, menuetto, RM169, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, February 7, 1960
3 Music: Fine Arts Music Series, Chamber Music Concert; track 1 - String Quintet in G Minor, Mozart; track 2 - Quartet for piano and strings in C Minor op. 15, Faure, RM144, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 25, 1959
16 Music: Glee Club , reel-to-reel, May 14, 1965
21 Music: Glee Club, Beverly Wolff in recital, RMS1, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, 1964
7 Music: Glee Club "Male Voices Unaccompanied," directed by Malcolm H. Dewey, includes "Steal Away to Jesus" and "Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray," taken from Victor recording 20594, RM316, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
21 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale Belshazzar's Feast, RMS3, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, January 24, 1964
5 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale Christmas Program, RM273, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1963
5 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale Christmas Program, directed by John Austin, Jr.; track 1 - Christmas program; track 2 - Amahl and the Night Visitors starring Emma McConaughey and Mark Younglood, Arts Council of Druid Hills, RM252, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 12/62
5 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale Christmas Program; R. Sterling Beckwith, director, RM256, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1960
10 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale Christmas Service 1964; William W. Lemonds, coductor, RM418, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1964
4 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale joint concert with Birmingham-Southern College Choir in Glenn Memorial; Robert Beckwith, conductor, Emory; Raymond F. Anderson, director, Birmingham-Southern; Sam Batt Owens, organist, RM234, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, February 17, 1962
21 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale Memorial Concert in memory of President John F. Kennedy, RMS7, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, November 25, 1963
8 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale performing "H.M.S. Pinafore" by Gilbert and Sullivan; play in this order: Tape A, track 1; Tape B, track 1; Tape A, track 2; Tape B, track 2, RM371A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, February 28, 1966
8 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale performing "H.M.S. Pinafore" by Gilbert and Sullivan; play in this order: Tape A, track 1; Tape B, track 1; Tape A, track 2; Tape B, track 2, RM371B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, February 28, 1966
10 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale performing "War Requiem" by Benjamin Britten; assisted by the Gordon High School Treble Choir, members of the Atlanta Symphony, members of the Chamber Orchestra, conducted by William W. Lemonds, RM419A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, May 11, 1965
10 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale performing "War Requiem" by Benjamin Britten; assisted by the Gordon High School Treble Choir, members of the Atlanta Symphony, members of the Chamber Orchestra, conducted by William W. Lemonds, RM419B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, May 11, 1965
4 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale Spring Concert, RM225, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, April 13, 1962
4 Music: Glee Club and Women's Chorale Spring Concert, RM235, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, April 13, 1962
2 Music: Glee Club Christmas Program, RM94, 60m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1951
2 Music: Glee Club Christmas Program, RM95, 60m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1956
1 Music: Glee Club Christmas Program (1 of 2), RM23, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1952
1 Music: Glee Club Christmas Program (1 of 2), RM24, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1952
9 Music: Glee Club Christmas Program 1959, RM410, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, undated
6 Music: Glee Club Christmas Program, Edward Kane directing, RM278, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1958
6 Music: Glee Club Christmas Program, Robert Smith directing, RM277, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1957
16 Music: Glee Club Concert '72, reel-to-reel, March 3, 1972
6 Music: Glee Club Spring Concert, RM310, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1965
9 Music: Glee Club Spring Concert 1966; directed by William W. Lemonds, RM415A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1966
10 Music: Glee Club Spring Concert 1966; directed by William W. Lemonds, RM415B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1966
2 Music: Glee Club Spring Concert in Glenn Memorial Church, RM60, 60m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1954
2 Music: Glee Club Spring Concert with soloist Beverly Wolfe and a dance by Dooley, RM114, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1950
14 Music: Glee Club Stereo, reel-to-reel, undated
8 Music: Glee Club, Women's Chorale, Atlanta Chamber Orchestra perform program of music by J.S. Bach, RM375A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, November 12, 1965
8 Music: Glee Club, Women's Chorale, Atlanta Chamber Orchestra perform program of music by J.S. Bach, RM375B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, November 12, 1965
9 Music: Glee Club, Women's Chorale, Chamber Singers, Atlanta-Emory Chamber Orchestra Christmas Program: "A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols," directed by William Lemonds, RM396, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1967
8 Music: Glee Club, Women's Chorale, Emory Chamber Singers, and Atlanta Chamber Orchestra Christmas Program "A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols," directed by William W. Lemonds, RM354, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1966
7 Music: Glee Club, Women's chorale, Emory Chamber Singers, and Atlanta Chamber Orchestra Christmas Program; directed by William W. Lemonds, RM335, 60m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1965
7 Music: Intercollegiate Musical Council 1965, Glenn Memorial Auditorium; track 1 - The Choir of the University of the South and the Emory Glee Club; track 2 - The Georgia Tech Glee Club, the Davidson College Glee Club, and Beverly Wolff and combined glee clubs, RM318, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, May 14, 1965
7 Music: Inter-Fraternity Council Sing, Glenn Memorial Auditorium; songs by Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Phi Gamma Delta, Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta, Tau Epsilon Phi, Chi Phi, Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Nu, Sigma Chi with master of ceremonies Dean Daniel Fagg, RM322A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, October 15, 1965
7 Music: Inter-Fraternity Council Sing, Glenn Memorial Auditorium; songs by Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Phi Gamma Delta, Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta, Tau Epsilon Phi, Chi Phi, Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Nu, Sigma Chi with master of ceremonies Dean Daniel Fagg, RM322B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, October 15, 1965
2 Music: Japanese Student Songs; recording of songs by Japanese students in Guy R. Lyle's class. Given to him as he started hom after teaching in Japan. Intro by Lyle, RM115, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, 1957
21 Music: Memorial Concert in memory of President John F. Kennedy, Glenn Memorial Church, Part 1, RMS8A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2, November 22, 1963
21 Music: Memorial Concert in memory of President John F. Kennedy, Glenn Memorial Church, Part 2, RMS8B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2, November 22, 1963
6 Music: Oratio, "The Messiah" by George Frederick Handel, Bayne Smith, Minister of Music, Glenn Memorial Church Choir, RM303, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, December 15, 1963
8 Music: Program of music by Paul Hindemith, choral and instrumental, directed by William Lemonds, RM374A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, February 13, 1966
8 Music: Program of music by Paul Hindemith, choral and instrumental, directed by William Lemonds, RM374B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, February 13, 1966
8 Music: Program of music of the Twentieth Century, directed by William Lemonds, RM377A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, March 30, 1966
8 Music: Program of music of the Twentieth Century, directed by William Lemonds, RM377B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, March 30, 1966
15 Music: RT51 Burl Ives I, reel-to-reel, undated
15 Music: RT87 Classical III, reel-to-reel, undated
15 Music: Rtrack 23 Songs from 1800 to 1920, reel-to-reel, undated
2 Music: Summer Chorus performing Brahms' German Requiem in Glenn Memorial Methodist Church with director Dr. Malcolm H. Dewey, RM70, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1953
8 Music: Summer Chorus performing the music of Schuetz and Mozart, RM373, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, July 26, 1966
7 Music: The Atlanta Chamber Orchestra, The Atlanta Chorale of Emory, and featured soloists performing "Macbeth" by Giuseppe Verdi, RM338A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, January 28, 1966
7 Music: The Atlanta Chamber Orchestra, The Atlanta Chorale of Emory, and featured soloists performing "Macbeth" by Giuseppe Verdi, RM338B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, January 28, 1966
8 Music: The Atlanta Chorale and the Atlanta Chmaber Orchestra perform The Passion of Our Lord According to St. John by J.S. Bach with William Lemonds directing, RM345, 90m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, April 8, 1966
8 Music: Women's Chorale and Atlanta Chamber Orchestra, "Music of the Twentieth Century," directed by William Lemonds, RM351, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, April 22, 1966
8 Music: Women's Chorale Mid-Winter Concert, RM372, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, February 11, 1966
10 Music: Women's Chorale Spring Concert; conducted by William W. Lemonds, RM420, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1965
3 Music: Women's Chorale, A Christmas Pagaent; Directed by Edward Kane and reading by Rev. Bill Landers, RM134, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, December 10, 1958
13 Norm Smith, VP for Development at Emory, reel-to-reel, undated
14 Note included: "This was part of things Dr. Williams Sent to you.", reel-to-reel, undated
13 Old Timer Christmas Party - Carlton, Brown, Strozier, Dickey at President's Home, reel-to-reel, December 20, 1961
12 Oral History of Emory University Library Education with Miss Clyde Pettus, interview by Dr. Agnes Reagan, reel-to-reel, June 1966
14 Oral History: Miss Tommie Dora Baker and Miss Evangeline [illegible] Jackson, Candler room of Special Collection, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, October 26, 1965
14 Original: Theology 50 year Tape, reel-to-reel, undated
12 Panel discussion and sermon by Dean Ellis Heber Rece, RM-H2, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1968
5 Panel, "Great Decisions": NBC newsmen discuss the important decisions which will be made in 1963, program includes: Joseph C. Harsch, Bernard Frizell, Piers Anderton, Frank Bourghholtzer, James Robinson, Kenneth Bernstein, Irving Levine, Welles Hangen, Richard Valeriani, and Merrill Mueller (moderator), RM254, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, January 3, 1963
6 Performance: Bach Chorus and Orchestra, "The Passion of Our Lord According to Saint Matthew" by J. S. Bach, RM308, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, April 16, 1965
5 Performance: "The Bomb that Fell on America" by Herman Hagedorn, given at Glenn Memorial by James Hess and organist Jeb Stewart, RM261, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1963
3 Performance: Emory Opera Theater (track 1) performs "The Impresario," a comedy with music in one act, by Mozart; Honors Day 1958 (track 2) with Invocation by William R. Cannon and address by James A. Farley, S. Walter Martin presiding, RM118, 45m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 8, 1958
2 Performance: Emory Opera Theater performs "Comedy in the Bridge," one-act opera by Bohuslav Martinu with English version by Walter Schmolka, RM117, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 8, 1958
2 Performance: Emory Opera Theater performs "Gianni Schicci" by Puccini; first production of the Emory Opera Theater, RM89, 50m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, November 28, 1956
2 Performance: Emory Opera Theater performs "Il Tabarro"; first production of Emory Opera Theater, RM90, 50m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, November 28, 1956
3 Performance: Emory Opera Theater, the Rose and the Ring, Glenn Memorial; world premiere of opera by Harold Chapman based on novel of same name by William Makepeace Thackeray, RM142, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, May 16, 1957
11 Performance: How to succeed in business without really trying, RM486 pt.1, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
11 Performance: How to succeed in business without really trying, RM486 pt.2, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
3 Performance: Joan Saint by George Bernard Shaw presented by the Druids in the Alumni Memorial Building, directed by Mrs. Hocking, RM124, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, May 7, 1958
10 Performance: Midsummer Night's Dream, RM427, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1954
4 Performance: The Emory Players; Shakespeare's "Love's Labour's Lost" with Marshall Breeden, Eliza Kent, and John Clark, directed by Kenneth Barry, the play is given a 1919 setting, RM171, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1960
10 Race Relations in Hobson City, RM431, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1967
9 Racial Crisis, RM408, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, undated
6 Radio programs: "50 plus" radio program; series of 12 15 minute programs dealing witht he problems of old age; programs 1-4, RM275A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1963
6 Radio programs: "50 plus" radio program; series of 12 15 minute programs dealing witht he problems of old age; programs 5-8, RM275B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1963
6 Radio programs: "50 plus" radio program; series of 12 15 minute programs dealing witht he problems of old age; programs 9-12, RM275C , reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1963
5 Radio programs: "Let's Talk" Emory News Bureau Radio Program, a series of talks by Emory professors and administrators, each 3-5 minutes long; Albert Stone, English; Alvin Beatty, Biology; Robert Platt, Biology; Dora Byron, Community Education; James Hund, Business Administration; G. Stanley Joslin, Law; W. Bernard Fleischman, Comparative Literature; Alfred Messer, Pyschiatry; Aaron Bowhouse, Physiology; Osman Hill, Primates; Herbert Benario, Classics; W. D. Burbanck, Biology; Immanuel Ben-Dor, Biblical Archaeology; Edward Smyke, Physical Education; J.G. Lester, Geology; Sam Webb, Psychology; George Neely, Speech, Theology; Thomas Alitzer, Bible and Religion, RM264C, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
5 Radio programs: "Let's Talk" Emory News Bureau Radio Program, a series of talks by Emory professors and administrators, each 3-5 minutes long; Edward Ladd, Teacher Education; Donald Groth, Pharmacology-Biochemstry; John Haldi, Physiology; Kermit McKenzie, History; David Robinson, Dean of Student Affairs; Frederic Scudder, Fine Arts; Charles Lester, Chemistry; Geoffrey Bourne, Anatomy; Thomas English, English; Thomas McDonough, Pyshical Education; Lynwood Holland, Political Science; Ellis Heber Rece, Policy for Religious Affairs; W. R. Cannon, Dean of School of Theology; Daniel W. Fagg, Assistant Dean of College of Arts and Sciences; Bruce Gordon, Romance Languages; Lewis Clegg, Sociology; Richard Staar, Political Science, RM264D, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
5 Radio programs: "Let's Talk" Emory News Bureau Radio Program, a series of talks by Emory professors and administrators, each 3-5 minutes long; Hans Kolder, Physiology, "The Practical Link in Medicine"; Charles Ray, Biology, "Recent Advance in Heredity"; Walter Love, History, "The History of History"; Earl Brewer, Religion, "The Methodist Church in Georgia"; Carlton Nunan, English, "Prep in English for College"; Evangeline Papageorge, Medicine, "Greece"; Sidney Olansky, Dermatology, "Acne"; David Megirian, Physiology, "Brother Possum in Research"; Leon Goldberg, Pharmacology, "Evaluating New Drugs"; Virginia Proctor, Nursing, "Nursing, Its Need and Opportunities"; John Outler, Director of Personnel, "Personnel"; Anthony Cutler, History, "Art and History"; Jacob Goldstein, Chemistry, "Scientific Methods and Truth"; Boozer, Bible, "Religion and Learning"; Romeo Martin, Geology, "Time"; Chappel White, Fine Arts and Music, "Wagner"; Ward Pafford, English, "Myth"; James M. Smith, Romance Languages, Graduate Institute of Liberal Arts, RM264G, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
5 Radio programs: "Let's Talk" Emory News Bureau Radio Program, a series of talks by Emory professors and administrators, each 3-5 minutes long; Hong Koo Lee, Polticial Science, "Problems of Underdeveloped Countries"; Jerome Beaty, English, "England"; W. D. Ferguson, Law, "Legal Assistance for the Indigent"; William W. Lemonds, Music, "Chamber Music"; Ross Freeman, Theology, "50th Anniversary of Theology School"; Ada Fort, Nursing, "Nursing Education"; Edgar Lehrman, Russian, "Literature in Soviet Russia Today"; Chester Bain, Political Science, "Metropolitan Growth" and "Solving the Metropolitan Problem"; Francis S. Benjamin, History, "Astrology"; Hansjorg Kolder, Physiology, "Recording of Eye Movements"; Theodore H. Runyon, Theology, "The Ecumenical Movement"; William H. Murdy, Biology, "Conservation"; Frederick Davis, Law, "Selective Law Enforcement"; Ben F. Johnson, Law, "Change in Law"; Nancy S. Meleen, Reading Clinic, "Children's Reading"; Richard L. Henderson, Education, "Pre-school Reading"; Mary C. Cargill, "Agnes Scott 75th Annivesary Campaign", RM264K, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
5 Radio programs: "Let's Talk" Emory News Bureau Radio Program, a series of talks by Emory professors and administrators, each 3-5 minutes long; James W. Silver, History, "100th Annivesary of Emancipation Proclamation: 2 Emotional Experiences in Atlanta in July"; Richard N. Carrerra, Psychology, "Emotional Disorders"; Allen Sultan, Law, "The Test Ban Treaty"; Ronald Howell, Political Science, "The Supreme Court"; James Laue, Sociology and Anthropology, "College Students and the Respons[ible] Use of Freedom"; Peter Stewart, Physiology, "Automation"; Richard Hocking, Philosophy, "A Recent Meeting of Russians and American"; Don Smith, Law, "Urban Renewal"; Quentin Hand, Theology, "Training for Pastors"; Walter Strauss, Romance Languages, "Poetry and Literature"; Dora Skypek, Mathematocs and Education, "New Math"; Immanuel Ben-Dor, Biblical Archaeology, "Summer Archaeology Workshop"; Vojin Popovic, Physiology, "Hypothermia"; Malcolm Turner, Biometry, "Biometry"; Gerald Kock, Law, "Commercial Law"; Peter Stewart, Physiology, "Population Explosion", RM264H, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
5 Radio programs: "Let's Talk" Emory News Bureau Radio Program, a series of talks by Emory professors and administrators, each 3-5 minutes long; John Barlow, psychology; Alvin Boskoff, Sociology; Harold L. Johnson, Economics; Robert F. Carbone, Education; Edwin L. Krauser, Psychology; Bell I. Wiley, History; Woolford Baker, Biology; Frederick Davis, Law; Trevor Evans, Math; William H. Jones, Chemistry; James Harvey Young, History; James S. Schell, Political Science; Joseph A. Gatto, Russian; Peter Saderbergh, Education; Evalene Parsons Jackson, Librarianship; Thomas Brumbaugh, Art; David Estes, Special Collections, Library, RM264B, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
5 Radio programs: "Let's Talk" Emory News Bureau Radio Program, a series of talks by Emory professors and administrators, each 3-5 minutes long; Morton Waitzman, Director, Opthalmic Research, "Eye research and common ailments"; William H. Mitchell, Director, Emory Computer Center, "Effects of Computers on Universities, Medical Research, and Health"; Merrill Pervis, Director, International Greek New Testament Project, RM264A, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
5 Radio programs: "Let's Talk" Emory News Bureau Radio Program, a series of talks by Emory professors and administrators, each 3-5 minutes long; Robert A. Porter, "School Dropouts"; Immanuel Ben-Dor, "Seals in Antiquity"; John Doby, "School Dropouts"; W. D. Burbanck, "Southeastern Biologists"; Allen Sultan, "1963 Tax Law"; William A. Cassell, "Cancer Research"; John T. Galambos, "Cancer Research"; Francis Benjamin, "Roman Names", RM264J, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, undated
5 Radio programs: "Let's Talk" Emory News Bureau Radio Program, a series of talks by Emory professors and administrators, each 3-5 minutes long; T. E. McDonough, "Men in Balance"; Judson C. Ward, "Universities"; Arend Bouhuys, "Byssinosis"; George A. Neely, "Ministers Week"; J. G. Lester, "Summer Science Institutes"; Everett T. Keach, "Team Teaching, part 2"; Thomas H. English, "The 1890s"; Arva C. Floyd, "Oriental Studies"; Alvin North, "Computer Diagnosis"; Morton Waitzman, "Eye Research"; W. H. Jones, "Science Education at the High School Level"; J. Carlton Nunan, "English for the Foreign-born"; Robert B. Platt, "Living with Pesticides"; William Lemonds, "Benjamin Britten's Requiem"; Turner Cassirty, "Kipling"; James W. Griffin, "Fever Blisters"; Kai T. Erikson, "The Death of Big Daddy Lipscomb"; Harold Johnson, "Changing Capitalism", RM264I, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
5 Radio programs: "Let's Talk" Emory News Bureau Radio Program, a series of talks by Emory professors and administrators, each 3-5 minutes long; Thomas Masterson, Business Administration; John J. Pershing, Dean of Men; George Cuttino, History; George S. King, Law; Dyar Massey, Director of Development; Orie E. Myers, Jr., Dean of Administration and Director of Health Services; Turner Cassity, Tolstoy; William Landis Jones, Visiting Instructor of Political Science; George Brasington, Political Science; John Goff, Business Administration; John Stephens, Dean of College of Arts and Science; Walter Isaac, Psychology; Lee Blitch, Chemistry; Carl Brian, English; Garland Smith, English; Michele Pavone, Medical Research; Pierre Galetti, Physiology; , RM264E, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
5 Radio programs: "Let's Talk" Emory News Bureau Radio Program, a series of talks by Emory professors and administrators, each 3-5 minutes long; W. A. Strozier, Romance Languages; Guy Lyle, Director of Libraries; Ray Gandy, Assistant Director of Alumni Office; Charles Perkins, Psychology; G. Ray Jordan, Theology; Perry Sprawls, Jr., Assistant Professor of Physics; John Doby, Sociology and Anthropology; Charles Hounshell, Woodrow Wilson Fellowship; Stephens, Dean of College of Arts and Sciences; Bingham Duncan, Assistant Professor of History; Harmon Zeigler, Assistant Professor of Political Science; Woolford B. Baker, Director of Museum; J.A. Panuska, Hypothermia; J. G. Lester, Geology; Robert Stubbs, Law; W. B. Dillingham, Assistant Professor of English, RM264F, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, undated
2 Radio programs: Atlanta Boosters, WAGA Radio, RM61, 30m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, November 13, 1955
6 Radio programs: Bell I. Wiley on Ulrich B. Phillips, "U. B. Phillips - The Man and the Historian" at LaGrange College on WTRP radio, RM291, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 4, 1963
14 Radio programs: Bell I. Wiley's broadcast over American Forces Network, EUROPE, reel-to-reel, January 11, 1965
1 Radio programs: Emory Bookshelf; Book talks by librarians of Emory University library, RM21A, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1964
1 Radio programs: Emory Bookshelf; Book talks by librarians of Emory University library, RM21B, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1964
12 Radio programs: Interview of Bell I. Wiley on Wellington, New Zealand radio station, reel-to-reel, undated
1 Radio programs: Malcolm H. Dewey: Views of the News on WSB Radio; discussing the Emory Glee Club's trip to Europe, RM42, 15m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, 1953
10 Radio programs: Paris Plane Crash on WSB radio; Plane carrying a group from the Atlanta Association of Arts crashes on takeoff in Paris. This tape contains the news announcements of the accident and the comments of former mayor Hartsfield, RM447, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, June 3, 1962
13 Radio programs: Special broadcast tape containing five separate recordings related to higher education in Grortia, and to the Governor's Proclamation making the entire month of February 1972 officially Higher Education Month in Georgia. Recording: Gov. Jimmy Carter reading and commenting on the Proclamation, Paul K. Vonk, President of Olgethorpe University (2 segments), extra reading of the proclamation, reel-to-reel, February 1972
4 Radio programs: track 1 - Four radio announcements concerning Emory's 125th anniversary: 30s announcement, 1m announcement, 4.5m special report with Dean Rusk and S. Walter Martin, and 9.5m special report with Dean Rusk and S. Walter Martin; track 2 - WSGT radio: Goodrich C. White, Randy Fort, and Dyar Massey, RM208, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1961
4 Radio programs: Viewpoints, WLWA, 1957: Moderated by Dr. Colwell, 1. Can Human Nature be Changed?, 2. Should Everybody go to College?, 3. Will Prosperity Last Forever?, 4. Do We Inherit What we Are?, RM177A, 12 x 30m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
4 Radio programs: Viewpoints, WLWA, 1957: Moderated by Dr. Colwell, 5. Can The Present Learn from the Past?, 6. Is the American Citizen Really Free?, 7. Is Today's Youth a "Lost" Generation?, 8. Are There Still New Worlds to Conquer?, RM177B, 12 x 30m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
4 Radio programs: Viewpoints, WLWA, 1957: Moderated by Dr. Colwell, 9. Is There an American Culture?, 10. Is the Professionally Trained Man or Woman Really Trained?, 11. Should American Youth Be Taught to Hate Communism?, 12. Can Johnny Read or Do Anything Else?, RM177C, 12 x 30m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
3 Reading: E. K. Turner of stories from Uncle Remus by Joel Chandler Harris, RM133, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, 1956
4 Reading: poetry by Dr. Thomas H. English, RM170, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, undated
12 Reminiscences by Dean Ellis Heber Rece; Dean Rece tells facts and stories of Emory's history to the secretaries' club, RM-H3, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1962
5 Requiem Mass for President John F. Kennedy by Rev. Theophilus T. McNulty, Roman Catholic chaplain at Emory, at Glenn Memorial Church, RM272, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 25, 1963
10 Sermon: Bishop William R. Cannon, RM424, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, December 5, 1968
14 Sermon: Dr. W.A. Smart, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1957?
7 Sermon: E. G. Mackay, Easter Sunday in Glenn Memorial Church, RM315, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1950
14 Sermon: side 1 - Taken from disc; side 2 - Taken from Tape; one of three sermons delivered at some South Carolina church, c. 1957, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1957
10 Sermon: Theodore Runyan and James Laney, RM456, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, undated
1 Service on Easter Sunday by Bishop Arthur J. Moore, Glenn Memorial Methodist Church, RM38, 75m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, April 18, 1954
11 Shining Light Award, RM482, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, 1976
14 side 1: Can't Shock Shriner, 30 min; side 2: Hopewell, career eval, 40 end, 30 min, 30m, reel-to-reel, undated
21 Beta Chi Golden Anniversary in Sigma Chi, Banquet at Druid Hills Country Club, 50th Anniversary, reel-to-reel, November 6, 1971
11 Speeches: Sam Ervin, Senate Watergate Committee chairman, on "What really caused the tragedy of Watergate affar and what can be done to prevent future watergates", RM495, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, November 1, 1973
1 Speeches: Adlai Stevenson: Acceptance speech, July 1952; Speech in Detroit, 11/7/1952; Radio Speech in Atlanta, 11/24/1953, RM8, 77m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1952-1953
13 Speeches: Board of Education, Americus, Ga, 19?? - Freedom of Choice - School integration, reel-to-reel, undated
13 Speeches: Estelle Ramey speech at Emory, reel-to-reel, October 23, 1974
4 Speeches: Martin Luther King to the Georgia and Atlanta Council of Human Rights at the First Congregational Church, RM172, 96m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, April 29, 1960
4 Speeches: Morgan, Homer, Jones, Dr. E. Staaty, RM174, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, November 13, 1960
14 Speeches: Moshe Dayan, 90m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, March 12, 1975
13 Stasin at Emory, reel-to-reel, 1949
7 Talks and Award: track 1 - Address to the Georgia State Nurses Association, 5th district by J. Elliot Scarborough, Director of Emory University Clinic, 11/26/63; track 2 - WSB Shining Light Award honoring J. Elliot Scarborough, RM339, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 26, 1963
6 Talks: Ambassador Michael Comway, head of Israeli delegation to the United Nations, introduction by Immanuel Ben-Dor, RM309, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, February 23, 1965
6 Talks: Barbara (Ward) Jackson, "Unity of the Free World,"; track 1 - Opening remarks by Sanford S. Atwood, Introduction by Judson C. Ward; track 2 - Address "Planning and Freedom in the World Economy", RM301, 86m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 27, 1965
6 Talks: Candler School of Theology; track 1 - Kiyoshi Tanimoto "The Future of Christianity in Japan," sponsored by the Candler School of Theology, 31st annual Ministers Week, Donald E. Nichols presiding; track 2 - Dean William R. Cannon, "The Second Vatican Council the Church of the Future," Dean Cannon's Ministers Week speech, RM304, 113m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, January 1965
5 Talks: Congressman Charles Weltner on the problems of campaigning, RM249, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, January 1963
8 Talks: Library School History with Evalene Parsons Jackson and Tommie Dora Baker participating, RM352, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, 1966
5 Talks: Margaret Mead, anthropologist, at Emory: "Cross Ideological Communication", RM251, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, December 9, 1962
14 Talks: Mrs. Pauline Oden [?] and Miss Maude Holley upon their retirement, reel-to-reel, August 1963
1 Talks: Rev. Donald Lantz: "A call to the Ministry", RM45, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-1T, 1952
6 Talks: track 1 - Frankling Garnett, "History of Atlanta"; track 2 - George Godwin, "Atlanta Today", RM282, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, undated
13 Talks: track 1 - Talk by Dr. Bernard Holland; track 2 - Someone talking about Plato and Descartes, reel-to-reel, undated
14 Talks: Voices from the Past. Dr. H.W. Cox at Emory Alumni, 1/25/42; Dr. Franklin N. Parker, Dean Candler School of Theology; Dr. H. B. Trimble, Dean Candler School of Theology talked to Dr. B[?] Bowen, reel-to-reel, January 25, 1942
4 Talks: William E. Mayer: "Communist Contro of the Individual"; track 1 - Talk; track 2 - Questions, RM211, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, March 1, 1962
15 Tenure Hearing #1; reel-to-reel, May 4, 1977 [RESTRICTED until 2052]
15 Tenure Hearing #2; reel-to-reel, May 4, 1977 [RESTRICTED until 2052]
15 Tenure Hearing #3; reel-to-reel, May 5, 1977 [RESTRICTED until 2052]
15 Tenure Hearings #4, reel-to-reel, May 4, 1977 [RESTRICTED until 2052]
15 Tenure Hearings #5, reel-to-reel, May 4, 1977 [RESTRICTED until 2052]
4 The Creation and Creation in Reverse, RM166, 14m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1+2, September 3, 1958
13 The Jimmy Carter I Know; track 1 - Emily Dolvin (Aunt Sissy) and Rita Thompson, Chair of the Peanut Brigade 4/10/76; track 2 - Charleen Carl 10/11/76, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, 1976
13 The Jimmy Carter I Know; track 1 - Jim Gammel and Joe Mitchell; track 2 - Senator Bob Spaulding and Senator Beverly Lankford, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, October 17, 1976
13 The Jimmy Carter I Know; track 1 - Preston, Bill, and Pat Blanchard, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, November 1, 1976
14 This Is Your Land, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, October 6, 1969
4 Tribute to Randy Fort, former editor of the Emory Alumnus, RM222, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1, undated
14 Tues Conclusion, reel-to-reel, undated
21 unidentified reels, 2 items, 3" reel-to-reel, undated
20 unidentified reels, 5 items, reel-to-reel, undated
17 unidentified reels, 10 items, reel-to-reel, undated
18 unidentified reels with notes [Dr. Franklin Parker, Dean of Theology, Dr. White, 195?, Dr. Holis [illegible]; Paper Tape on old reels which will not fit. Speed off also.], 7 items, reel-to-reel, undated
19 unidentified reels with notes {Jim Clark returned these tapes made of Judson C. Ward's Alumni Univ. Program, 11/23/96], 6 items, reel-to-reel, undated
13 Valdosta, reel-to-reel, undated
6 Wedding of Miss Willynda Richardson and Richard E. Robinson, conducted by James W. May, Associate Professor of Theology, RM297, 12m, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T-T1, July 11, 1964
14 Winter Q, 11AM, B, reel-to-reel, undated
1 Workshop: National Council of Churches Audio-Visual Workshop; Final evaluation session of workshop held at Emory , RM58, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, 1953
1 Workshop: National Council of Churches Audio-Visual Workshop; Final evaluation session of workshop held at Emory , RM59, reel-to-reel, 7 1/2-2T, May 9, 1952
4 Workshop: School Integration, Education Workshop; track 1 - Session with Hugh Smith, retired Principal of Jefferson Jr. High School, Washington, DC; T3 - Session with Everett DeVaugh, Principal of Brown High School; T4 - Discussion with Hugh Smith, RM199, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+3+4, June 1961
3 World Affairs Conference at Emory University; track 1 - Eleanor Roosevelt, introduced by Judson C. Ward and Ralph McGill; track 2 - Clark Eichelberger, introduced by Robert Whitaker at banquet, RM151, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, February 25, 1960
13 [illegible], reel-to-reel, July 21, 1952
12 [illegible], 100m, reel-to-reel, 3 3/4-2T-T1+2, May 28, 1969
13 [illegible] on the quad, reel-to-reel, May 1970
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