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Sixteen Thematic GOF Video Presentations

[Rental Fees in Brackets]


To complement GOF, sixteen (16) thematic video presentations have evolved. The process entails electronically splicing segments of GOF features into productions following specific themes: "Roots and Practice of Northwestern Geography", GOF Interview Years 1971-1972 (1972): 29 min [$25.00]; "William Morris Davis, Robert P. Beckinsale" (1975)Edited Banquet Address, Co-author, The Life and Work of William Morris Davis, The History of the Study of Landforms, vol. 2, 1973. New Haven CT, Oct 10 (1975): 32 min [$25.00]; “Interviews of Berkeley Students” 1932-1950 (1979): 123 min [$30.00]; "Unity in Diversity, Marvin W. Mikesell" 1979, Archival Footage of Opening Session: The AAG at 75: History and Prospect, Philadelphia, April 22 (1979): 22 min [$20.00]; "Early 20th Century Harvard Geographers" (1980): 21 min [$20.00]; "Wallace W. Atwood: Clark Monadnock of the 1920s" (1980): 10 min [$15.00]; "Harvard in the 40s: Recollections of the Demise" (1988): 38 min [$35.00]; "Mr. Sauer: Mentor and Disciples" (1988): 60 min [$35.00]; "The QR: Reflections about the Quantitative Revolution in American Geography" (1988): 59 min [$35.00]; "Women Geographers on Film I - A Retrospective: Survival in the Male-dominated Academe" (1990): 29 min [$35.00]; "Women Geographers on Film II" (1991): 58 min [$40.00]; "The Silver Sampler: 25 years of Geographers on Film" (1994): 36 min [$35.00]; “Interviews of Berkeley Faculty” 1950-1996 (1996): 122 min [$30.00]; "Diffusion of Geographic Education, K-PhD I" (1996): 38 min [$35.00]; "Diffusion of Geographic Education, K-PhD II" (1998): 86 min [$40.00]; and Anticipating the Centennial, Geographers on Film Archival Presentations: Political and Urban Geography; Richard Hartshorne, The Nature of Geography; J. E. Spencer; Gilbert White, the TVA; Beyond the Glass Ceiling; and Women in the Field, 1971-1996 (2003), 97 min [$35.00]. (4/4/04)


Roots and Practice of Northwestern Geography (1972)

(GOF Interview Years 1971-1972) Tape

Position

Interviewee Interviewer Year Location (min/sec)


1. G. Donald Hudson John Fraser Hart 1971 Boston 0:10

(1897-1984) (1924- ) (8:15)

2. Clarence F. Jones Preston E. James 1972 Kansas City 8:24

(1893-1991) (1899-1986) (6:25)

3. Edward B. Espenshade Preston E. James 1972 Kansas City 14:46

(1910- ) (1899-1986) (2:10)

4. Clyde F. Kohn John Fraser Hart 1971 Boston 21:01

(1911-1989) (1924- ) (2:10)

5. William L. Garrison M. W. Dow 1972 Kansas City 23:13

(1924- ) (1929- ) (2:15)

6. John Fraser Hart M. W. Dow 1972 Kansas City 25:27

(1924- ) (1929- ) (3:50)

ending 29:16


G. DONALD HUDSON (1897-1984) April 1971 — introduction (1924) to geography at Chicago; Barrows as advisor – midwife to the quantitative revolution at Wash­ington; relationship

with Garrison — WWI, TVA, and applied geography – status of applied geography within

academia prior to the 1960s — suggestions for depart­ment chairpersons - interviewer:

John Fraser Hart. 8m 15s

CLARENCE F. JONES (1893-1991) April 1972 — pre/post WWI Chicago background – graduate field courses at Clark and Northwestern — influence of Wellington Jones and the fractional code method on land use studies — Rural Land Classifi­cation Program in Puerto Rico (1949-55) — relationships with graduate students -

interviewer: Preston E. James. 6m 15s

EDWARD B. ESPENSHADE, JR. (b. 1910) April 1972 Chicago background, influence of Wellington Jones in switching from geology to geography – position at Northwestern after WWII; evolves as Chair following Hudson and Jones – introduced department's philosophy of sharp focus on research with systematic emphases and elimi­nation of most regional courses - interviewer: Preston E. James. 6m 15s

CLYDE F. KOHN (1911-1989) April 1971 — career in geographic education – faculty member at Northwestern (1948-58) - selection of Schaefer's article (1953) for publication and editorial reactions to it - interviewer: John Fraser Hart. 2m 10s

WILLIAM L. GARRISON (b. 1924) April 1972 — influence of J. Russell Whitaker at

Peabody — graduate days (urban studies) at Northwestern (1947-50); Proudfoot as

advisor - Hudson, Ullman and Garrison at Washington - interviewer: M. W. Dow. 2m 15s

JOHN FRASER HART (b. 1924) April l972 — WWII affects path into geography - influ­ence

of Merle Prunty at Georgia and Malcolm Proudfoot (plus fellow graduate students) at

Northwestern in late 1940s - interviewer: M. W. Dow. 3m 50s


William Morris Davis: Robert P. Beckinsale (1975)


Edited Banquet Address, Co-author, The Life and Work of William Morris Davis, The History of the Study of Landforms, vol. 2, 1973. New Haven CT, Oct 10, 1975. (32.5 minutes).


Berkeley Students: 1932-1950 (1979)


Interview

Interviewee Interviewer Date PhD Yr Running Time

(min)00.00(sec)

1. Jan O. M. Broek Preston E. James 1970 c.1932:Visitor 00.16

(1904-1974) (1899-1986)

2. Hallock F. Raup John Fraser Hart 1973 1935 09.36

(1901-1985) (1924- )

3. Joseph E. Spencer M. W. Dow 1970 1936 19.19

(1907-1984) (1929- )

4. Karl J. Pelzer Preston E. James 1976 1935-36:TA 39.21

(1909-1980) (1899-1986)

5. Leslie Hewes Preston E. James 1973 1940 50.34

(1906-1999) (1899-1986)

6. Webster McBryde M. W. Dow 1979 1940 60.31

(1908-1995) (1929- )

7. George F. Carter Preston E. James 1970 1942 74.32

(1912-2004) (1899-1986)

8. Andrew H. Clark John Fraser Hart 1971 1944 83.17

(1911-1975) (1924- )

9. Robert C. West H. J. Walker 1973 1946 94.17

(1913-2001) (1921- )

10. James J. Parsons Preston E. James 1973 1948 (f) 102.17

(1915-1997) (1899-1986)

11. Edward T. Price Preston E. James 1973 1950 112.01

(1915- ) (1899-1986) ending....122.40


(f) = faculty, also

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CAVEAT: During the early days of Geographers on Film (GOF) the interviews were

produced in 16mm film. Though most were of reasonably good quality in some cases

they were not up to professional standards in the non-studio environment of

annual meetings. Such conditions explain the variations in audio and video

characteristics of the earlier interviews. Over the last thirty years there has

been a continual effort to improve quality as GOF evolved through five different

mediums1.


CONVERSION TO VHS: When early videos began to deteriorate, GOF was faced with the

difficult task of transferring them to another medium before they became non-functional.

At best, proper VHS transfer and editing is difficult as unstable signals yield products

of varying visual and audio quality. Finally, transformation from one medium to other

mediums diminishes audio and visual performance - referred to in the television industry

as generational loss. These Berkeley videos represent four generational losses.

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR VIEWING: When viewing monochrome videos

back off on color to see them in the original production medium.


KEY FOR SELECTED ESPECIALLY TECHNICALLY SUBSTANDARD GOF ARCHIVAL VIDEOS:

See CONVERSION TO VHS comments above for explanation of substandard.


Spencer (1970), Hewes (1973), = B, McBryde (1979) = J, Raup (1973) = W

Key: B = blurred, fuzzy picture, J = jiggling frame,

W = wobbly, flopping frame


Unity in Diversity: Marvin W. Mikesell (1979)


Archival Footage of Opening Session: The AAG at 75: History and Prospect,

Philadelphia PA, April 22, 1979. Brief introductions by Brian J. L. Berry,

and Preston E. James. (22 minutes).


Early 20th Century Harvard Geographers (1981)


Memories of Preston E. James (1981), Commentary: Geoffrey J. Martin.

Principals include: W. M. Davis, E. Huntington, A. H. Brigham, W. Atwood,

R. Ward; vignettes on D. Whittlesey, H. Kemp, A. H. Rice, and I. Bowman.

(21 minutes)


Wallace W. Atwood: Clark Monadnock of the 1920s (1981)


Memories of Preston E. James (1981). Specific reference to

Ellen Churchill Semple, G. S. Hall, and Scott Nearing. (10 minutes)


Harvard in the 40s: Recollections of the Demise (1988)

Tape

Interview Position

Interviewee Interviewer Date (min/sec)

1. Peter Nash M. W. Dow 1977 0.00

(1921- ) (1929- )

2. Saul B. Cohen Howard F. Hirt 1977 3.20

(1925- ) (1924-1987)

3. J. Rowland Illick M. W. Dow 1985 5.23

(1919-1997) (1929- )

4. George K. Lewis M. W. Dow 1985 19.12

(1913- ) (1929- )

5. John P. Augelli M. W. Dow 1988 32.05

(1921- ) (1929- )

ending....37.32


Mr. Sauer: Mentor and Disciples (1988)

Tape

Interview Position

Interviewee Interviewer Date (min/sec)


1. Carl O. Sauer Preston E. James 1970 3.20

(1889-1975) (1899-1986)

2. George B. Carter Preston E. James 1970 11.53

(1912-2004) (1899-1986)

3. John B. Leighly Preston E. James 1970 13.34

(1895-1986) (1899-1986)


4. Henry J. Bruman 1985 15.19

(1913- )

5. Samuel N. Dicken 1978 26.02

(1901-1989)

6. Andrew H. Clark John Fraser Hart 1971 28.30

(1911-1975) (1924- )

7. Fred B. Kniffen William Haag 1976 32.50

(1900-1993)

8. James J. Parsons Preston E. James 1973 33.19

(1915-1997) (1899-1986)

9. Leslie Hewes 1973 34.17

(1906- )

10. Joseph E. Spencer M. W. Dow 1970 34.21

(1907-1984) (1929- )

11. Wilbur Zelinsky 1984 35.22

(1921- )

12. Carl O. Sauer Preston E. James 1970 38.55

(1889-1975) (1899-1986)

13. Homer Aschmann 1981 45.31

(1920-1992)

14. Marvin W. Mikesell 1984 46.45

(1930- )

15. William M. Denevan 1988 55.08(c)

(1931- )

16. Clarissa T. Kimber 1986 55.18(c)

(1929- )

17. Marvin W. Mikesell 1984 56.25

(1930- )

18. Carl O. Sauer Preston E. James 1970 59.26

(1889-1975) (1899-1986)

ending......60.44


The QR: Reflections (1971-1988) about the

Quantitative Revolution in American Geography (1988)


Tape

Interview Position

Interviewee Interviewer Date (min/sec)


1. Harold H. McCarty M. W. Dow 1971 3.08

(1901-1987 (1929- )

2. Richard Hartshorne M. W. Dow 1986 10.12(c)

(1899-1992) (1929- )

3. Clyde F. Kohn John Fraser Hart 1971 14.23

(1911-1989) (1924- )

4. Richard Hartshorne M. W. Dow 1986 15.39(c)

(1899-1992) (1929- )

5. William W. Bunge Donald G. Janelle 1976 20.52

(1928- ) (1940- )

6. Ross Mackay 1987 22.48(c)

(1915- )

7. Duane F. Marble 1988 23.22(c)

(1931- )

8. G. Donald Hudson John Fraser Hart 1971 23.49

(1897-1989) (1924- )

9. William Garrison M. W. Dow 1972 26.17

(1924- ) (1929- )

10. Edward L. Ullman Preston E. James 1972 28.07

(1912-1976) (1899-1986)


11. Brian J. Berry John Fraser Hart 1971 33.09

(1934- ) (1924- )

12. Richard Morrill John Fraser Hart 1971 40.09

(1934- ) (1924 - )

13. Richard Morrill M. W. Dow 1986 40.37(c)

(1934- ) (1929- )

14. Edward J. Taaffe John Fraser Hart 1971 46.45

(1921-2001) (1924- )

15. Duane F. Marble John N. Rayner 1988 49.17(c)

(1931- ) (1936- )

16. William W. Bunge Donald G. Janelle 1976 53.21

(1928- ) (1940- )

17. Richard Morrill 1986 55.15(c)

(1934- )

18. Richard Hartshorne 1986 56.18(c)

(1899-1992)

(c) = color video ending.....59.10


Women Geographers on Film I - A Retrospective:

Survival in the Male-dominated Academe (1990)


The following represent parts of six interviews of twenty-two women

Geographers on Film (GOF) productions. Since the first interview was

filmed with Carl Sauer (August 1970) five different mediums have been

utilized. Hence quality of sound and picture vary producing unstable

videos - unsuitable for proper VHS editing. Thus, a major selection

criterion for inclusion within this special GOF feature has been the

availability of a stable video signal - best represented by those

interviews taped with state-of-the-art equipment from 1986-1990.

WGOF I was first presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of

American Geographers, Miami, Florida, April 16, 1991. WGOF II is a

longer version (57.46 minutes) of WGOF I; WGOF II includes the comments

of six additional women responding to the first showing of WGOF I.

(8/12/02) Tape

Interview Position

Interviewee Interviewer Date (min/sec)

1. Alice T. M. Rechlin M. W. Dow 1988 1.47

(1932-2002) (1929- )

National Geographic Society

2. Clarissa T. Kimber 1986 2.43

(1929- )

Texas A&M University

3. Mildred Berman M. W. Dow 1989 3.13

(1926-2000) (1929- )

Salem State College

4. Clarissa T. Kimber 1986 4.07

(1929- )

Texas A&M University

5. Alice T. M. Rechlin M. W. Dow 1988 4.22

(1932-2002) (1929- )

National Geographic Society

6. Susan Hanson 1990 5.04

(1943- )

Clark University

7. Mildred Berman M. W. Dow 1989 6.30

(1926-2000) (1929- )

Salem State College

8. Barbara Borowiecki Janice J. Monk 1986 7.02

(1926- ) (1937- )

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

9. Mildred Berman M. W. Dow 1989 9.03

(1926-2000) (1929- )

Salem State College

10. Clarissa T. Kimber M. W. Dow 1986 11.21

(1929- ) (1929- )

Texas A&M University

11. Janice J. Monk 1988 13.25

(1937- )

University of Arizona

12. Alice T. M. Rechlin 1988 13.45

(1932-2002)

National Geographic Society

13. Barbara Borowiecki Janice J. Monk 1986 14.33

(1926- ) (1937- )

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

14. Alice T. M. Rechlin M. W. Dow 1988 18.47

(1932-2002) (1929- )

National Geographic Society

15. Susan Hanson Mildred Berman 1989 21.47

(1943- ) (1926-2000)

Clark University

16. Clarissa T. Kimber 1986 23.54

(1929- )

Texas A&M University

17. Alice T. M. Rechlin 1988 24.26

(1932-2002)

National Geographic Society

18. Janice J. Monk Alice T. M. Rechlin 1988 24.52

(1937- ) (1932- )

University of Arizona

19. Mildred Berman M. W. Dow 1989 26.07

(1926-2000) (1929- )

Salem State College ending 28.32


Women Geographers on Film II

Retrospective (WGOF I) Plus Commentary (1991)


The following represent parts of six interviews of twenty-two women Geographers

on Film (GOF) productions dating back to 1971. At the conclusion of the edited

video, six additional women responded to the first showing of Women Geographers

on Film I at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers,

Miami, Florida, April 16, 1991. (8/12/02)

Tape

Interview Position

Interviewee Interviewer Date (min/sec)


1. Alice T. M. Rechlin M. W. Dow 1988 1.47

(1932-2002) (1929- )

National Geographic Society

2. Clarissa T. Kimber 1986 2.43

(1929- )

Texas A&M University

3. Mildred Berman M. W. Dow 1989 3.13

(1926-2000) (1929- )

Salem State College

4. Clarissa T. Kimber 1986 4.07

(1929- )

Texas A&M University

5. Alice T. M. Rechlin M. W. Dow 1988 4.22

(1932-2002) (1929- )

National Geographic Society

6. Susan Hanson 1990 5.04

(1943- )

Clark University

7. Mildred Berman M. W. Dow 1989 6.30

(1926-2000) (1929- )

Salem State College

8. Barbara Borowiecki Janice J. Monk 1986 7.02

(1926- ) (1937- )

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

9. Mildred Berman M. W. Dow 1989 9.03

(1926-2000) (1929- )

Salem State College

10. Clarissa T. Kimber M. W. Dow 1986 11.21

(1929- ) (1929- )

Texas A&M University

11. Janice J. Monk 1988 13.25

(1937- )

University of Arizona

12. Alice T. M. Rechlin 1988 13.45

(1932-2002)

National Geographic Society

13. Barbara Borowiecki Janice J. Monk 1986 14.33

(1926- ) (1937- )

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

14. Alice T. M. Rechlin M. W. Dow 1988 18.47

(1932-2002) (1929- )

National Geographic Society

15. Susan Hanson Mildred Berman 1989 21.47

(1943- ) (1926-2000)

Clark University

16. Clarissa T. Kimber 1986 23.54

(1929- )

Texas A&M University

17. Alice T. M. Rechlin 1988 24.26

(1932-2002)

National Geographic Society

18. Janice J. Monk Alice T. M. Rechlin 1988 24.52

(1937- ) (1932- )

University of Arizona

19. Mildred Berman M. W. Dow 1989 26.07

(1926-2000) (1929- )

Salem State College

20. Jeanne Kay 1991 28.46

(1949- )

University of Nebraska

21. Alice C. Andrews 1991 32.56

(1928-1998)

George Mason University

22. Hilary Lambert Renwick 1991 37.42

(1952- )

American Geographical Society

23. Sarah E. Zapolsky 1991 43.49

(1966- )

Chronometrics, Inc.

24. Marie Zimmerman 1991 48.26

(1968- )

Macalester College

25. Alice C. Andrews 1991 50.17

(1928-1998)

George Mason University

26. Sarah E. Zapolsky 1991 51.02

  1. )

Chronometrics, Inc.

27. Jeanne Kay 1991 52.09

(1949- )

University of Nebraska

28. Sharon Thomas 1991 56.09

(1945- )

North Adams State College

29. Hilary Lambert Renwick 1991 56.32

(1952- )

American Geographical Society

ending.....56.46


25 Years of Geographers on Film: A Silver Anniversary Sampler (1994)


Interview Tape Postion

Interviewee Interviewer Date (min/sec)

1. Carl O. Sauer Preston E. James 1970 Berkeley 0:00

(1889-1975) (1899-1986) (1:45)

2. John B. Leighly Preston E. James 1970 San Francisco 1:45

(1895-1986) (1899-1986) (1:26)

3. Jan O. M. Broek Preston E. James 1970 San Francisco 3:11

(1904-1974) (1899-1986) (0:37)

4. Hallock Raup John Fraser Hart 1973 Atlanta 3:48

(1901-1985) (1924- ) (0:42)

5. J. E. Spencer 1970 Colorado Springs 4:30

(1907-1984) (1:26)

6. Fred B. Kniffen 1976 Baton Rouge 5:56

(1900-1993) (0:47)

7. Clyde F. Kohn John Fraser Hart 1971 Boston 6:43

(1911-1989) (1924- ) (0:48)

8. Richard Hartshorne 1979 Lincoln 7:31

(1899-1992) (1:10)

9. Geoffrey J. Martin 1979 Lincoln 8:41

(1934- ) (0:40)

10. Preston E. James 1979 Lincoln 9:21

(1899-1986) (1:57)

11. F. Webster McBryde M. W. Dow 1979 Philadelphia 11:18

(1908-1995) (1929- ) (1:21)

12. Fred Lukermann 1971 Colorado Springs 12:39

(1921- ) (1:01)

13. Marvin W. Mikesell John Fraser Hart 1971 Boston 13:40

(1929- ) (1924- ) (1:32)

14. Melvin G. Marcus 1976 New York 15:12

(1929-1997) (0:21)

15. Hildegard B. Johnson 1976 New York 15:33

(1908-1993) (1:40)

16. Richard Hartshorne M. W. Dow 1986 c Minneapolis 17:13

(1899-1992) (1929- ) (1:54)

17. Arthur H. Robinson M. W. Dow 1984 c Washington DC 19:07

(1915- ) (1929- ) (1:25)

18. David G. Basile M. W. Dow 1984 c Washington DC 20:32

(1914- ) (1929- ) (1:29)

19. Edward B. Espenshade Preston E. James 1972 Kansas City 22:01

(1910- ) (1899-1986) (1:21)

20. Edward B. Espenshade 1993 c Atlanta 23:22

(1910- ) (1:24)

21. Wilbur Zelinsky M. W. Dow 1984 c Washington DC 24:46

(1921- ) (1929- ) (1:05)

22. Gilbert F. White 1984 c Washington DC 25:51

(1911- ) (1:50)

23. Chauncy D. Harris M. W. Dow 1986 c Minneapolis 27:41

(1914-2003) (1929- ) (1:09)

24. Edward L. Ullman Preston E. James 1972 Kansas City 28:50

(1912-1976) (1899-1986) (1:28)

25. Homer Aschmann John Fraser Hart 1981 Los Angeles 30:18

(1920-1992) (1924- ) (0:54)

26. Jean Gottmann M. W. Dow 1982 c Oxford 31:12

(1915-1994) (1929- ) (1:31)

27. Richard J. Chorley M. W. Dow 1982 c Cambridge 32:43

(1927-2002) (1929- ) (1:58)

28. T. W. Freeman Robert P. Beckinsale 1982 c Oxford 34:41

(1908-1988) (1902-1998) c = color ending 36.20


Berkeley Faculty: 1952-1996 (1996)


Interview

Interviewee Interviewer Date Grad Yr Running Time

(min)00.00(sec)

1. Clarence Glacken David J. M. Hooson 1980 AB’30,MA’31 00.11

(1909-1989) (1926- )

2. Daniel B. Luten Geoffrey J. Martin 1981 PhD’1933 21.10

(1908- ) (1934- )

3. James E. Vance Geoffrey J. Martin 1981 ---- 31.49

(1925-1999) (1934- )

4. James E. Vance 1989 Panelist2 41.27

(1925-1999)

5. David Hooson Geoffrey J. Martin 1980 52.22

(1926- ) (1934- )

6. Allen R. Pred Geoffrey J. Martin 1980 62.51

(1936- ) (1934- )

7. Risa I. Palm Louis Seig 1974 73.22

(1942- ) (1931- )

8. Risa I. Palm 1996 Panelist3 82.49

(1942- )

9. Peter Hall M. W. Dow 1982 90.17

(1932- ) (1929- )

10. David Stoddart William Warntz 1979 100.50

(1937- ) (1922-1988)

11. David Stoddart 1989 Homage to 110.52

(1937- ) Hartshorne4 end..121.55

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CAVEAT: During the early days of Geographers on Film (GOF) the interviews were

produced in 16mm film. Though most were of reasonably good quality in some cases

they were not up to professional standards in the non-studio environment of

annual meetings. Such conditions explain the variations in audio and video

characteristics of the earlier interviews. Over the last thirty years there has

been a continual effort to improve quality as GOF evolved through five different

mediums5.


CONVERSION TO VHS: When early videos began to deteriorate, GOF was faced with the

difficult task of transferring them to another medium before they became non-functional.

At best, proper VHS transfer and editing is difficult as unstable signals yield products

of varying visual and audio quality. Finally, transformation from one medium to other

mediums diminishes audio and visual performance - referred to in the television industry

as generational loss. These Berkeley videos represent four generational losses.

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR VIEWING: When viewing monochrome videos

back off on color to see them in the original production medium.


KEY FOR SELECTED ESPECIALLY TECHNICALLY SUBSTANDARD GOF ARCHIVAL VIDEOS: See

CONVERSION TO VHS comments above for explanation of substandard.


B = blurred, fuzzy picture, Stoddard (1979) = B


Diffusion of Geographic Education (K - PhD) I (1996)


Tape

Interview Position

Interviewee Interviewer Date (min/sec)


1. Clyde Kohn John Fraser Hart 1971 0.09 m

(1911-1989) (1924- ) (3.36)

2. Nicholas Helburn 1972 3.46 m

(1918- ) (0.29)

3. William Pattison M. W. Dow 1975 4.16 m

(1921-1997) (1929- ) (0.50)

4. David Hill 1973 5.07 m

(1933- ) (0.48)

5. Harm de Blij 1976 5.56 m

(1935- ) (1.18)

6. Anthony de Souza M. W. Dow 1993 7.22 c

(1943- ) (1929- ) (1.26)

7. Roger Downs 1993 8.49 c

(1944- ) (1.30)

8. C. L. Salter 1987 10.20 c

(1938- ) (3.51)

9. James Marran 1996 14.12 c

(1930- ) (0.43)

10. Richard Boehm 1994 14.56 c

(1937- ) (1.38)

11. C. L. Salter 1987 16.35 c

(1938- ) (2.40)

12. Gilbert Grosvenor 1987 19.16 c

(1931- ) (2.31)

13. David Hill 1995 21.48 c

(1933- ) (1.28)

14. Richard Boehm 1994 23.17 c

(1937- ) (0.19)

15. Sarah Bednarz M. W. Dow 1996 23.37c

(1951- ) (1929- ) (2.55)

16. David Lanegran 1995 26.33 c

(1941- ) (1.28)

17. David Hill Joseph Stoltman 1995 28.02 c

(1933- ) (1940- ) (1.52)

18. Robert Morrill 1995 29.55 c

(1939- ) (0.34)

19. Sarah Bednarz M. W. Dow 1996 30.30 c

(1951- ) (1929- ) (4.07)

20. James Marran 1996 34.38 c

(1930- ) (0.58)

21. Ruth Shirey 1996 35.37 c

(1942- ) (1.04)

22. Richard Boehm 1994 36.42 c

(1937- ) (0.29)

23. Robert Morrill 1995 37.12c

(1939) ) (0.36)


[m = monochrome, c = color] ending....37.48

Diffusion of Geographic Education (K - PhD) II; I Plus Commentary (1998)


Tape

Interview Position

Interviewee Interviewer Date (min/sec)

1. Salvatore Natoli 1998 0.13 m

(1929- ) (1.40)

2. Clyde Kohn John Fraser Hart 1971 1.53 m

(1911-1989) (1924- ) (3.36)

3. Nicholas Helburn 1972 5.29 m

(1918- ) (0.29)

4. William Pattison M. W. Dow 1975 5.58 m

(1921-1997) (1929- ) (0.50)

5. David Hill 1973 6.48 m

(1933- ) (0.48)

6. Harm de Blij 1976 7.36 m

(1935- ) (1.18)

7. Anthony de Souza M. W. Dow 1993 8.54 c

(1943- ) (1929- ) (1.26)

8. Roger Downs 1993 10.20 c

(1944- ) (1.30)

9. C. L. Salter 1987 11.50 c

(1938- ) (3.51)

10. James Marran 1996 15.41 c

(1930- ) (0.43)

11. Richard Boehm 1994 16.24 c

(1937- ) (1.38)

12. C. L. Salter 1987 18.02 c

(1938- ) (2.40)

13. Gilbert Grosvenor 1987 20.42 c

(1931- ) (2.31)

14. David Hill 1995 23.13 c

(1933- ) (1.28)

15. Richard Boehm 1994 24.41 c

(1937- ) (0.19)

16. Sarah Bednarz M. W. Dow 1996 25.00 c

(1951- ) (1929- ) (2.55)

17. David Lanegran 1995 27.55 c

(1941- ) (1.28)

18. David Hill Joseph Stoltman 1995 29.23 c

(1933- ) (1940- ) (1.52)

19. Robert Morrill 1995 31.15 c

(1939- ) (0.34)

20. Sarah Bednarz M. W. Dow 1996 31.49 c

(1951- ) (1929- ) (4.07)

21. James Marran 1996 35.56 c

(1930- ) (0.58)

22. Ruth Shirey 1996 36.54 c

(1942- ) (1.04)

23. Richard Boehm 1994 37.58 c

(1937- ) (0.29)


24. Robert Morrill 1995 38.27 c

(1939- ) (0.36)

-- Discussion at Indianapolis NCGE Meeting, October 14, 1998 --

25. Salvatore Natoli 1998 39.03 c

(1929- ) (11.00)

26. Osa Brand 1998 50.03 c

(1942- ) (1.39)

27. Joseph Stoltman 1998 51.42 c

(1940- ) (2.19)

28. James Petersen 1998 54.01 c

(1946- ) (3.39)

29. Salvatore Natoli 1998 57.40 c

(1929- ) (0.24)

30. Burton Witthuhn 1998 58.04 c

(1934- ) (5.46)

31. Salvatore Natoli 1998 63.50 c

(1929- ) (2.11)

32. Osa Brand 1998 66.01 c

(1942- ) (3.11)

33. Burton Witthuhn 1998 69.12 c

(1934- ) (0.30)

34. Osa Brand 1998 69.42 c

(1942- ) (1.04)

35. James Petersen 1998 70.46 c

(1946- ) (1.28)

36. Christopher Haig 1998 72.14 c

(1949- ) (1.02)

37. Salvatore Natoli 1998 73.16 c

(1929- ) (4.32)

38. James Petersen 1998 77.48 c

(1946- ) (1.50)

39. Pamela Rick (?) 1998 79.38 c

(1972? ) (2.59)

40. Salvatore Natoli 1998 82.37 c

(1929- ) (2.54)

[m = monochrome, c = color] ending....85.31


Anticipating the Centennial, Geographers on Film Archival Presentations: Political and Urban Geography; Richard Hartshorne, The Nature of Geography; J. E. Spencer; Gilbert White, the TVA; Beyond the Glass Ceiling; and Women in the Field, 1971-1996, (2003), 97 min.


1. Panel Discussion on Political Geography: Robert W. McColl, Harm J. De Blij, Julian V. Minghi, Boston 1971, [monochrome] 13 min.

2. Richard Hartshorne, Sources of Inspiration for The Nature of Geography, 1939, and Perspective on the Nature of Geography, 1959, Interviewed by Geoffrey J. Martin,

Lincoln NB 1979, [monochrome] 9 min.

3. Musings re The Career of J. E. Spencer: C. L. Salter, Portland OR, 1987, [color] 11 min.

4. Panel, Origins and Development of Urban Geography in its Formative Years - Iconoclastic Urban Geographer: James E. Vance, Jr. Discussants: Chauncy Harris, Harold Mayer, Ned Taaffe, Baltimore 1989, [color] 17.5 min.

5. Assessing TVA and Geography's Failure to Recognize Policy Implications of this Pioneering Effort: Gilbert F. White, Charlotte NC, 1996, [color] 10.5 min.

6. Beyond the Glass Ceiling, Opportunity or Cliche? Thoughts from Women Presidents of the AAG: Susan Hanson, Janice Monk, Judy Olson, Risa Palm, Charlotte 1996, 17 min.

7. Comments re Women in the Field c. 1960s: Mel and Mary Ann Marcus, Harold A. Winters, Arcosanti AZ 1996, [color] 18.5 min.


(4/4/04)

1 The mediums are 16mm monochrome film, one inch monochrome reel to reel videotape, 16mm monochrome kinescope

(one inch videotape reprocessed on 16mm film), 1/2 inch monochrome reel to reel videotape, and 1/2 inch color VHS.

2 Origin and Evolution of Urban Geography in its Formative Years, Baltimore, 1989.

3 Beyond The Glass Ceiling: Opportunity or Cliché? Thoughts From The Women Presidents of the

AAG, Charlotte, 1996.

4 50th Anniversary of the Publication of The Nature of Geography, Baltimore, 1989

5 The mediums are 16mm monochrome film, one inch monochrome reel to reel videotape, 16mm monochrome kinescope

(one inch videotape reprocessed on 16mm film), 1/2 inch monochrome reel to reel videotape, and 1/2 inch color VHS.




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