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Subseries 12.1
Motion picture films, 1925-2003
Boxes AV1, AV4-AV9, 566-568

Scope and Content Note

This subseries contains motion pictures, including home movies created by Woodruff as well as professionally produced films. The motion pictures include films of Atlanta, including one made at Woodruff’s Springdale Road home. This subseries also consists of home movies shot at Ichauway Plantation and TE Ranch as well as films shot on vacation in the United States, Europe and South America. The professional produced motion pictures document Woodruff, honors awarded to him, and some of his philanthropic projects. Other films are about people or topics important to Woodruff, including Coca-Cola, quail hunting, and the golfer Bobby Jones.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in the following categories: Georgia; Travel: Overseas; Travel: United States; and Commercial Films.

Restrictions on Access

Use copies have not been made for all of the audiovisual series at this time. Researchers must contact the Rose Library in advance for access to these materials.

Georgia
Box Folder Content
AV4 - Title: Athens, Georgia-Hodgson family, Christmas, 1927. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 10:15, Footage length: 250 feet). Descriptive summary: Nell and Robert W. Woodruff with Hodgson family in yard of Hodgson home at 1001 Prince Avenue, Athens, Georgia; younger male Hodgsons performing calisthenics. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV4 - Title: Athens, Georgia-Hunting, 1928. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 8:50, Footage length: 350 feet). Descriptive summary: Nell and Robert W. Woodruff with guests hunting in woods on horseback with dogs for [quail and turkey]; picnicking. Followed by a separate clip showing unidentified Coca-Cola bottling plant. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV4 - Title: [Atlanta-Riding horses at Robert W. Woodruff's home, [1927]. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 5:30, Footage length: 125 feet). Descriptive summary: Robert W. Woodruff on horseback circling race track at his home [1196 Springdale Road?]. Note: See also Robert W. Woodruff papers, black album #23:1808-9. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV4 - Title: [Atlanta-Lawn Party, no date. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm., 1 of 2 films. (Running time: 3:20, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Nell Woodruff hostessing formal party for unspecified occasion at residence on [1196 Springdale Road]. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV4 - Title: [Atlanta]-Lawn Party, no date. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm., 2 of 2 films. (Running time: 3:30, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Nell Woodruff hostessing formal party for unspecified occasion at residence on [1196 Springdale Road]. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV4 - Title: [Atlanta]-Piedmont Park-Atlanta Horse Show, [spring 1928?] Producing agent: Unknown. Original: [Black and white, silent, 16 mm], 2 copies? (Running time: Unknown, Footage length: 400 feet). Preservation master: None. Descriptive summary: [First spring horse show in Piedmont Park]. NOTE: RESTRICTED. NO USE COPY. ORIGINAL STORED IN VAULT.
AV4 - Title: Ichauway Plantation, 12 December 1930. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 3:41, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: The Woodruffs hunting with guests, includes hog killing scene. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV4 - Title: Ichauway Plantation, 1930s. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Color, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 12:28, Footage length: 350 feet). Descriptive summary: Scenes include shots of the main house, Flint River, dog handlers and dogs at kennels; dogs being dipped in trough and fed; skeet cabin; Roy Rogers and his family, peacocks, unidentified grain fields, cattle, general store with the [Lofton] family, and fieldworker and family. [Preservation master: BetaSP and U-matic]
AV8 - Title: Ichauway Plantation, "Bottoms Up," 1938. [original: Color, silent, 16 mm]

Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff (Running time: 12:25, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Scenes include houseboat "Bottoms Up," Flint River, kennels and dogs, dog cemetery, skeet cabin, and stables

AV8 - Title: Ichauway Plantation, "Bottoms Up," 1939. [original: Color, silent, 16 mm]

Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. (Running time: 5:00, Footage length: unknown). Descriptive summary: Scenes include shot of ducks flying overhead in formation, one is shot at end of clip followed by close-up of Robert W. Woodruff grinning.

AV4 - Title: Ichauway Plantation, 1941. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Color, silent, 16 mm., 2 films. (Running time: Pt. 1--12:45, Pt. 2--10:36, Footage length: Pt. 1--300 feet, Pt. 2--250 feet). Descriptive summary: Pt. 1, scenes include shots of stables and trainers with horses, Flint River, peacocks, kennels, dogs, dog handlers, dipping cattle, cattle herds, pigs, Ichauway Quartet, field workers' home. Pt. 2, scenes include laborers plowing corn fields, Ichauway Quartet (musical group of Ichauway employees), fieldworkers at home and with family, saw mill operations, new pine growth, and [wheat] harvest. [Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV4 - Title: Ichauway Plantation, 1941. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Color, silent, 16 mm, 2 films. (Running time: 7:17, Footage length: 200 feet). Descriptive summary: Scenes include shots of the Woodruffs hunting with Steve and Suzi Hannagan and [Mr. and Mrs. John Sibley]. [Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV4 - Title: Ichauway Plantation, [1941]. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 3:43, Footage length: 100 feet). Descriptive summary: Scenes include shots of the Woodruffs with [Abie and Bess Cowan], and the Bakers [Sunny Baker] at the skeet cabin; hunting on horseback with dogs; kitchen staff [Mattie Heard], and Lawrence Calhoun. [Use copy: VHS (Also includes items #8, 33, and 34; see box 1: item 8); Preservation master: BetaSP and U-matic]
AV1 53 Title: Ichauway Plantation, Peanut Picking, September 1942. Producing agent: Unknown. Original: color, 16mm. (Running time: 4:58, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Unknown.
AV5 - Title: Ichauway Plantation, 1967. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Color, silent, 8 mm. (Running time: 10:00, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Robert W. Woodruff with guests, including shots of J.P. Austin, cattle scenes, and dog cemetery. [Preservation master: BetaSP, U-matic]
AV5 - Title: [Metcalf, Georgia near Thomasville], Norias Farm, 1928. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 14:20, Footage length: 350 feet). Descriptive summary: Scenes of Ty Cobb and Robert W. Woodruff, et al, quail hunting with dogs, horseback riding, fishing at Norias Farm; scene of [Robert W. Woodruff] riding horse in corral; scenes of Hodgson [brothers] performing calisthenics and practicing golf swings; scenes of Woodruff and others playing golf on unidentified course. Note: See also Robert W. Woodruff papers, photo box 20: folders 1-11. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
Travel: Overseas
AV5 - Title: European trip: Boat, England, Monte Carlo, Switzerland, [1925]. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 7:20, Footage length: 400 feet). Descriptive summary: Lengthy sequence of Nell and Robert Woodruff on boat frolicking with friends, includes boxing scenes of two pairs of boxers one of which might be Jack Dempsey; scenes in England include Royal Porcelain Works at Worcester and a military cemetery; shots of Monte Carlo; and the Lion of Lucerne, Switzerland; unidentified port city, Switzerland. Note: See also Robert W. Woodruff papers, green scrapbook #4. [Preservation master: BetaSP by Preservation]
AV5 - Title: European trip: [Germany?], Belgium, Holland, Paris, boat, [1925]. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 7:20, Footage length: 200 feet). Descriptive summary: Scenes include shots taken at unidentified locales in Holland and Belgium; appears to be missing scenes filmed in Germany. Paris footage includes shots of the Louvre, Place de la Concorde, Arc of Triumph, view from Eiffel Tower, the Eiffel Tower, The Invalides (Napoleon's Tomb), Luxembourg Gardens, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier; the Opera House, Savon Cadum (Soap Cadum factory, Paris); playing with dogs on board boat. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV5 - Title: South American trip: Atlanta, Cuba, [1927]. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 16:20, Footage Length: 400 feet). Descriptive summary: Inter-titles read, as follows: Scenes at Coca-Cola Company from Candler Building [Peachtree and Houston Streets] and Terminal Station [Mitchell and Spring Streets] before departure. Railroad yard; Hotel Aragon [Peachtree and Ellis Streets, downtown Atlanta]. Tampa, [Florida], S.S. Cuba, Key West, [Florida]; Morro Castle [fort at entrance to Havana harbor, Cuba] and Havana skyline. Tea at Seville Biltmore. Visiting Coca-Cola Plant, Havana. Lavanaga Factory [cigar factory?], Cabana Fortress, b. 1763 [Havana, Cuba] and Morro Castle, b. 1859 [1589], [Havana, Cuba]. Note: See also Robert W. Woodruff papers, black album #13:#320-322. [Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV5 - Title: South American trip: Panama, Valparaiso [Chile], [1927]. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 17:40, Footage length: 400 feet). Descriptive summary: Inter-titles read, as follows: S.S. Heredia leaving Havana, [Cuba] where friends separated for a spell. Arriving at Cristobal Gatun locks [Panama Canal?]. Fishing in Chagres River [Panama]. All aboard for Panama City. Farewell to King from S.S. Santa Ana. Boarding S.S. Ebro at Callao [Lima, Peru?]. Native furs and coastal scenes. Ahmay and Captain [Ellis] Roberts, Trudi and Joe [Bennett?]. Scenes at Valparaiso Gardens. Upper City [Chile]. Note: See also Robert W. Woodruff papers, black album #13. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV5 - Title: South American trip: Buenos Aires, Argentina; Santiago, Chile, [1927]. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 16:30, Footage length: 400 feet). Descriptive summary: Inter-titles read, as follows: Santiago. Flower market. International track meet. Jocky club [Santiago Jockey Club]. Easter Sunday. Senor Herman and party. Up the Andes Plaza. San Martin, [Argentina], Buenos Aires, [Argentina]. S.S. Andes. Leaving Buenos Aires, [Argentina]. Entering Rio [de Janeiro, Brazil]. Gavea Golf Club [Rio de Janeiro, Brazil]. Note: See also Robert W. Woodruff papers, black album #13, Robert W. Woodruff photo box 32:folders 5-8. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV5 - Title: South American trip: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Bahia , Brazil; S.S. Flandria, Oxford, England; Asheville, North Carolina, [1927]. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 18:00, Footage length: 400 feet). Descriptive summary: Inter-titles read, as follows: Copacabana Beach and Hotel [Rio de Janeiro, Brazil]; Rio from Sugar Loaf [Sugar Loaf Mountain, Brazil]; [beach scenes]. Leaving Rio [de Janeiro, Brazil]. Patching S.S. Western. World of Bahia [Brazil]. Neptune's Court on S.S. Flandria [crossing the equator]. Lisbon [Portugal] and Vigo [Portugal?] Harbours. Southampton [England] waters. Lindbergh's "Spirit of St. Louis" on board U.S. Cruiser Memphis. Visiting George Pfann [All American quarterback at Cornell University] at Oxford. Goodbye Col. [Hamilton] Horsey. S.S. Acuatania [Aquitania]. From the S.S. Olympic. At the Biltmore Forest Country Club, [Asheville, North Carolina], July 4th. Note: See also Robert W. Woodruff papers, black album #13. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
Travel: United States
AV5 - Title: Asheville, North Carolina Trip: Golfing, etc., 1928. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 10:30, Footage length: 250 feet). Descriptive summary: Robert W. Woodruff and friends golfing at the [Biltmore Forest Country Club?]. Note: See also Robert W. Woodruff papers, black album #12. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV5 - Title: California Trip: [California Indians?], [1920s]. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 12:00, Footage length: 400 feet). Descriptive summary: Panning shots of mountains and coast; group of Native Americans dancing in costume; strolling in gardens; playing golf at unidentified resort on coast. Clip of unidentified male and female rider on horse, circling corral. Clip of Woodruffs and others vacationing at [Mackinac Island, Michigan?]. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV5 - Title: Wyoming trip: "The Hunt for Big Game," September 1927. Director: Robert W. Woodruff. Producing agent: Goodfellows Picture Corporation. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm., 2 copies. (Running time: 13:39, Footage length: 400 feet). Descriptive summary: Robert W. Woodruff, Fritz Hodgson, Archie Lee, T. Carl Thompson, D. Abbott Turner and B. Neal Harris on elk hunting trip near Cody, Wyoming. Film includes inter-titles with footage of Cody, Wyoming, the Shoshone River, and the Continental Divide. Concludes with cartoon of "The Gang". Note: See also Robert W. Woodruff papers, black album #13. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: U-matic]
AV5 - Title: Cora, Wyoming, October 1940. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: color, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 9:20, Footage length: 250 feet. Descriptive summary: Robert W. Woodruff, [W.N. (Bill) Cochran, and Stan Decker], and others golfing and hunting [antelope]; mountain scenes, with footage filmed around the G.P. Bar Ranch. Note: See also Robert W. Woodruff papers, black album #19. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV5 - Title: Wyoming, Spring, 1941. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: color, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 7:30, Footage length: 350 feet). Descriptive summary: Wilderness scenes; panning shots of mountain scenery, including herds of deer, grazing buffalo and calves; moose in river, waterfowl, and waterfall. [Preservation master: BetaSP]
566 27 Title: Robert W. Woodruff, Caravan "Woof," Big Game Hunt, 28 September 1941. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: Color, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 10:11, Footage length: 200 feet). Descriptive summary: Robert W. Woodruff with Dick Garlington, H.B. Nicholson, and H.B. Judkins on a two week hunting (deer, elk, geese, bear, mountain sheep) expedition in Wyoming. Inter-titles read, as follows: Leaving Max Wilde's ranch on South Fork, Shoshone River Valley, Wyoming. Passing over the [Continental] Divide, altitude 10,000 feet. Guide was compelled to dig path through snowdrift for passage. Mayor Paul Stark of Cody, Wyoming, his guests and our camp combine to shoot geese on Yellowstone River. H.D. Judkins' deer and elk. Dick Garlington and guide Freddie Garlow (Buffalo Bill's grandson) have a successful kill (geese). Bridger Lake and Camp Moose in Bridger Lake. Movie taken in camp. Moose crossing Yellowstone opposite camp site. Geese, duck, trout at Bridger Lake Camp. Mayor and Mrs. Paul Stark. Nicholson with his moose. Judkins' grizzly bear. Clint Wells' big black bear. On way to hunt mountain sheep. Deer on Max Wilde's ranch. Rawlins, Wyoming. End of hunt. Note: See also Robert W. Woodruff papers, black album #22.
566 28 Title: Wyoming – "Woof," [October 1941]. Producing agent: Robert W. Woodruff. Original: color, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 6:45, Footage length: 245 feet). Descriptive summary: Pat Henry performing tricks on "Wolf," a golden palomino. Note: See also Robert W. Woodruff papers, black album #22:#1737-43. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
568 54 Title: [Homosassa, Florida], “Bottoms Up,” [circa 1940s]. Producing agent: Unknown. Original: color, 16mm. (Running time: Unknown, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Unknown. NOTE: RESTRICTED. NO USE COPY.
568 55 Title: [Homosassa, Florida], “Bottoms Up,” [circa 1940s]. Producing agent: Unknown. Original: color, 16mm. (Running time: Unknown, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Unknown. NOTE: RESTRICTED. NO USE COPY.
568 56 Title: “Wyoming – Rodeo,” [circa 1940s]. Producing agent: Unknown. Original: color, 16mm. (Running time: Unknown, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Unknown. NOTE: RESTRICTED. NO USE COPY.
568 57 Title: “Wyoming – Rodeo,” [circa 1940s]. Producing agent: Unknown. Original: color, 16mm. (Running time: Unknown, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Unknown. NOTE: RESTRICTED. NO USE COPY.
568 58 Title: [Wyoming], “Silver and Pat Henry,” [circa 1940s]. Producing agent: Unknown. Original: color, 16mm. (Running time: 2:50, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Unknown.
Commercial films
AV6 - Title: "Bobby Jones: National Open Golf Champion," [1931/1932]. Producing agent: Kodak Cinegraph; Novagraph Film Corporation. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 7:30, Footage length: 175 feet). Commercially available as "Bobby Jones: Executive Gift Set" with introduction by Jack Nicklaus. See collection file for additional information. Descriptive summary: Instructional film with captions showing Bobby Jones' swinging techniques. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV6 - Title: "Lindbergh: The Epic American Trans-Atlantic Flight," Europe, New York, and Mexico, 1927. Producing agent: Kodak Cinegraph. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 15:30, Footage length: 350 feet). Descriptive summary: Newsreel footage with captions includes the Spirit of St. Louis take off from Roosevelt Field in New York, landing and welcome in Paris at Le Bourget Field, visits to Belgium and England, and welcome home in the United States, in May 1927. Concludes with footage of Lindbergh's solo, non-stop flight from Bolling Field in Washinton, D.C. to Mexico City, Mexico in December 1927. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV6 - Title: "With Lawrence in Arabia;" "With Allenby in Palestine," 1927. Producing agent: Lowell Thomas Adventure Film, Eastman Kodak Co. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 8:11, Footage length: 200 feet). Descriptive summary: "With Lawrence in Arabia" shows footage of Colonel T. E. Lawrence (1888-1935) leading Arab tribes in defeat of Turks in Arabian campaign in World War I, 1916-1918. Film clip was made by Lowell Thomas (1892-1981), an American journalist, and shows supplies being loaded at Port Sudan, Emir Feisal (military commander of Arabs), Lawrence's irregulars and Arabian regulars, and a typical attack strategy. "With Allenby in Palestine," also by Lowell Thomas, shows footage of General Sir Edmund H.H. Allenby's (1861-1936) march from Egypt to Palestine during World War I. Footage includes shots of the "Black Watch" (Scottish regiment), Australian camel corps crossing desert, bombardment of Gaza, Jaffa after capture by Allenby, scenes along Jaffa Jerusalem Highway, infantry advancing up Nebi Samwil (Turkish stronghold), Indian lancers, sentry on Mount of Olives (first Christian soldier on guard over Jerusalem), Duke of Connaught decorating Allenby and officers after capture of Jerusalem. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV6 - Title: "Kings of the Turf;" Kentucky Derby [Highlights from the News, v. 1:issue #1], [1928?]. Producing agent: Kings of Turf - Kodak Cinegraph; Kentucky Derby – William J. Ganz Co., New York. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 11:20, Footage length: 275 feet). Descriptive summary: "Kings of Turf" shows footage of thoroughbreds Man O'War, High Time, The Finn, Stefan the Great, Negofol, Morvich and Fair Play; and stages of development of race horses from foal to adulthood. Filmed in Blue Grass region of Kentucky. Kentucky Derby shows newsreel footage with captions of the 54th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs. Reigh Count is the winner, ridden by Chick [Charle] Lang, Misstep is second, ridden by William Garner and Toro ridden by Eddie Ambrose is third. Followed by clip of delivery of Charles A. Lindbergh's plane, the Spirit of St. Louis, to the Smithsonian Institution, [1928]. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV6 - Title: "Quail Hunting Down South," [1920s]. Producing agent: William J. Janz Company, Greeleyville, South Carolina. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (together with item #34). (Running time: 4:00, Footage length: 200 feet). Descriptive summary: Scenes include hunting with dog on point, shooting and cooking quail. Film won first prize in Photoplay Magazine amateur movie contest. [Use copy: VHS (Also includes items #8, 13, and 34; see box 1:item 8); Preservation master: U-matic]
AV6 - Title: "Hunting Alligators on the Anclote River, Florida," [1920s]. Producing agent: Unknown. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm. (together with item #33). (Running time: 3:00, Footage length: 200 feet). Descriptive summary: Boating on river with scenes of alligators. [Use copy: VHS (Also includes items #8, 13, and 33; see box 1: item 8); Preservation master: U-matic]
AV6 - Title: "Refreshment through the Years, 1886-1939," [1939]. Producing agent: Jim Handy Picture Service. Original: Technicolor, silent, 16 mm. (Running time: 10:45, Footage length: 350 feet). Descriptive summary: Re-enactment of beginning of Coca-Cola and bottling history with captions; includes scenes at bottling plant. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV6 - Title: "These Changing Times," [1930s]. Producing agent: Coca-Cola Company/Jim Handy Picture Service. Original: Black and white, silent, 16 mm., 2 reels. (Running time: 22:49, Footage length: 700 feet). Descriptive summary: Footage with inter-titles of "A Story of Merchandising Methods Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow". Marketing film directed at drug store sales of Coca-Cola. Footage includes historical reenactments tracing history of merchandising from the 19th century to present. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: None]
AV1 - Title: "Kenneth C. Royall Is Host to Attorney General J. Howard McGrath," [circa 1940s]. Producing agent: Unknown. Original: Black and white, 8 mm. (Running time: Unknown, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Unknown. NOTE: RESTRICTED. NO USE COPY.
AV6 - Title: Herbert Hoover Memorial Award, 1974. Producing agent: [Boys Club of America]. Original: Color, sound, 16 mm. (Running time: 7:50, Footage length: 300 feet). Descriptive summary: Highlights past recipients of the Herbert Hoover Memorial Award, and recognizes Robert W. Woodruff's support of the boys club movement throughout the southern region by his contribution of $1.5 million for the creation of 170 new clubs. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV6 - Title: Robert W. Woodruff Shining Light News footage, Coca-Cola building, Atlanta, Ga., 1974. Producing agent: Unknown. Original: Color, sound, u-matic videotape. (Running time: [10-15:00], Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Robert W. Woodruff being congratulated by Martha Ellis, Ivan Allen, Jr., John Sibley and others who attended event. No narrative voiceover. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV6 - Shining Light Award Honoring Robert W. Woodruff, July 11, 1974. Producing agent: WSB-TV. Original: 16mm. (Running time: Unknown, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Unknown. NOTE: RESTRICTED. NO USE COPY.
- - Title: "Robert W. Woodruff – A Great Georgian," [1976]. Producing agent: Media Productions Service; William H. Hale executive producer; Chuck Bowen, producer; George Box, writer and director; WGTV, University of Georgia, Athens. Permissions information in collection file. Original: color, sound, 16 mm. (Running time: 30:00, Footage length: unknown). Descriptive summary: Biographical documentary includes interviews with J. Lucien Smith, Charles Elliott, J. Paul Austin, George Woodruff, James Farley, John Sibley, Wilbur Kurtz, Boisfeuillet Jones, Ivan Allen, Jr., Garland Herndon, Bill Etchells, Rev. Richard Lee Wright, Bill Adkins, and Carl E. Sanders. Opening sequences show aerial views of downtown Atlanta. Footage includes photographs, artifacts, clippings, Coca-Cola ads, images taken inside bottling plants, and images of Ichauway Plantation. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP by Preservation]
AV6 - Title: The Woodruff Medical Center, [1977]. Producing agent: The Woodruff Medical Center in cooperation with Weltin Advertising Agency, Inc., A Southern Audiovisual Production; Director: W. Woodrow Wilson. Original: Color, silent (should have audio), 16 mm. (Running time: 26:57, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Promotional film for the Woodruff Medical Center of Emory University. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: U-matic]
AV7 - Title: Robert W. Woodruff Attends Inauguration of President James T. Laney, Emory University, 13 April 1978. Producing agent: Channel 11, [11 Alive, WXIA-TV, Atlanta], 6 p.m. news with reporter Rebecca Chase. Original: Color, sound, u-matic videotape. (Running time: [3:00], Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: News story by reporter Rebecca Chase includes excerpts from inauguration ceremony and very brief remarks by Robert W. Woodruff. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV7 - Title: Robert W. Woodruff: The Man, [1978?] [Original: Color, sound, Umatic (2 copies)]

Producing agent: 11 Alive, WXIA-TV, Atlanta [in conjunction with Morris Brown College?]. (Running time: 24:13, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Footage highlights Robert W. Woodruff's career and philanthropic contributions. Includes interviews with Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr., Joseph W. Jones, James T. Laney, John Sibley, Charles R. Yates, Carl E. Sanders, George Busbee, Boisfeuillet Jones, and Charles W. Meridith.

AV7 - Title: Robert W. Woodruff :The Man, [1978?]. Producing agent: 11 Alive, WXIA-TV, Atlanta [in conjunction with Morris Brown College?] Original: Color, sound, u-matic videotape, 1 copy. (Running time: 24:13, Footage length: Unknown). Master: Unavailable. Descriptive summary: Footage highlights Robert W. Woodruff's career and philanthropic contributions. Includes interviews with Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr., Joseph W. Jones, James T. Laney, John Sibley, Charles R. Yates, Carl E. Sanders, George Busbee, Boisfeuillet Jones, and Charles W. Meridith. [Use copy: VHS, 2 copies without captions; Preservation master: None]
AV7 - Title: "A Tribute to Robert W. Woodruff," 6 December 1979 [Original: Umatic]

Producing agent: WSB-TV Action News and Trust Company of Georgia. (Running time: [28:00], Footage length: Unknown.) Descriptive summary: Biographical tribute to Robert W. Woodruff on occasion of his 90th birthday produced by WSB-TV and the Trust Company of Georgia and presented by WSB-TV reporter Wes Sarginson. Includes interviews with John A. Sibley, Bill Etchells (dog trainer at Ichauway), Bill Adkins (assistant manager at Ichauway), Cal Bailey (valet), Joe Jones (vice president of Coca-Cola), Boisfeuillet Jones (president of the Emily and Ernest Woodruff Fund), and Lucille Huffman (Woodruff's secretary).

AV7 - Title: Dedication of the Robert W. Woodruff Volunteer Service Center, 27 June 1980. Producing agent: The United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc. Original: Color, sound, u-matic videotape. (Running time: [37:00], Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Dedication ceremony of building at 100 Edgewood Avenue, N.E.. Speakers include George Smith, President, Board of Directors for United Way, Mayor Maynard Jackson, Governor George Busbee, and Boisfeuillet Jones (speaking for Robert W. Woodruff who was unable to attend). [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: BetaSP]
AV7 - Title: "Tribute to Robert W. Woodruff," 18 Apr 1984. Producing agent: Coca-Cola Media Support Services. Original: Color, sound, VHS, 2 copies. (Running time: 10:12, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: The chairman's dinner honoring Robert W. Woodruff. Footage incorporates photographs, Coca-Cola ads, film clips, scenes from bottling plants, television commercials for Coca-Cola, and scenes from Ichauway Plantation. Includes voiceover remarks of unidentified friends and colleagues. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: None]
AV7 - Title: Coca-Cola press conference with Julio Iglesias, Donald R. Keough, and Bob Hope, Waldorf Astoria, New York City, 2 May 1984 [Original: VHS]

Producing agent: [Coca-Cola Company] (Running time: 31:54). Descriptive summary: Donald R. Keough, President of Coca-Cola, making formal announcement of details of three year partnership with Julio Iglesias for the worldwide promotion of Coca-Cola. The partnership included Coca-Cola's exclusive sponsorship of a 7 month world concert tour for Julio Iglesias and Iglesias' participation in the Liberty Centennial Campaign to raise funding for the restoration of the Statue of Liberty. Keough's announcement is followed by remarks by Iglesias and a brief appearance by comedian Bob Hope, also involved in the Liberty Centennial Campaign. Concludes with question and answer session with media representatives.

AV7 - Title: "A Tribute to Robert W. Woodruff" with introduction by Roberto C. Goizueta, 19 December 1989. [Original: VHS]

Producing agent: Coca-Cola USA. (Running time: 15:45, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Tribute video presented at annual luncheon honoring Robert W. Woodruff after his retirement from Coca-Cola. Roberto C. Goizueta, Chairman, Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of Coca-Cola, highlights Woodruff's contributions to the company and philanthropic work. Includes photographs, film footage, Coca-Cola commercials and ads and voiceover remarks by unidentified friends and colleagues of Woodruff. Includes images of Woodruff at Ichauway Plantation.

AV7 - Title: Robert W. Woodruff, Spring 1990. Producing agent: Unknown. Original: Color, sound, VHS. (Running time: 2:30, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Video offers biographical background about Robert W. Woodruff for the Junior Achievement awards for the Atlanta Business Hall of Fame. Includes use of photographs. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: None]
AV7 - Title: Coca-Cola Company AMA Woodruff [Edison] Tribute, 1 April 1992. [original: VHS]

Producing agent: Bill Ivey and Company. (Running time: 10:00). Descriptive summary: Robert W. Woodruff received the American Marketing Association's (AMA) Edison Award posthumously. Includes use of vintage and contemporary Coca-Cola commercials, photographs, film footage highlighting Robert W. Woodruff's business achievements and philanthropic contributions. Concludes with footage of Woodruff making remarks at an unidentified press conference. Note: Includes script read by Pierre Ferrari after video tribute.

AV7 - Title: "Robert W. Woodruff," 1992 December [original: Original: VHS]

Producing agent: Duke and Associates, Inc. (Running time: 11:55, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: Produced for Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center celebration. Footage includes remarks by Martha Ellis, James B. Williams, James T. Laney, Roberto C. Goizueta, Joseph W. Jones, James M. Sibley, Donald R. Keough, Calvin Bailey, Sam Williams, and A.B. King. Footage includes photographs, television news clips, Coca-Cola commercials and advertisements, and scenes at Ichauway Plantation.

- - Title: "Hidden in Plain View," May 2003. Producing agent: Southeastern Council of Foundations for GPTV. Original: Color, sound, VHS. (Running time: 29:25, Footage length: Unknown). Descriptive summary: History of philanthropy in Georgia, from the Civil War to the present, highlighting the contributions of Peyton Anderson, W.C. Bradley, J. Bulow Campbell, Bernie Marcus, George Peabody, Marguerite Williams, and Robert W. Woodruff. The Woodruff segment includes interviews with Rick Allen, author of Secret Formula: How Brilliant Marketing and Relentless Salesmanship Made Coca-Cola the Best Known Product in the World (1994), and Dr. James T. Laney, President Emeritus of Emory University. Includes photographs, film clips, Coca-Cola ads, and images of Ichauway Plantation. [Use copy: VHS; Preservation master: None]
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