R. Stanley Woodward collection, 1932-2004.


R. Stanley Woodward collection, 1932-2004.

The R. Stanley Woodward Collection consists of about 1400 items created or collected by Woodward, 1932-2004, including films, moving image materials, production notes, distribution and licensing contracts, and promotional and educational materials related to his films and other work promoting independent filmmaking. Films cover a wide range of topics, including southern food traditions; southern families, storytelling, folklore, and customs; African American dance and folk art; NASA, the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, the Skylab Program, and astronauts; media programs on the novel To Kill a Mockingbird ; educational films; teaching filmmaking to students; the Capital Children's Museum; the University of South Carolina; serpents; and sharecroppers. Locations include South Carolina; Virginia; Georgia; North Carolina; Kentucky; Washington, D.C.; New York City; and Alabama. Some of the people associated with the films are food critic Craig Claiborne, John A. Burrison, filmmaker Frank Eastes, John Egerton, Harold Hausenfluck, Fred Wolfe, animator Chuck Jones, Richard Pillsbury, and folklorist Saddler Taylor. The moving image materials are in various media formats, including 16mm print film, DVCAM video, U-Matic video, Betacam SP video, Digital Betacam video, MiniDV video, VHS video, and DVDs. Descriptions have been derived from the original container, film, video, or notes.

ca. 1400 items (4.5 linear feet)

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Eastes, Frank.

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South Carolina College

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Pillsbury, Richard

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Burrison, John A., 1942-....

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Hausenfluck, Harold, 1952-

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Jones, Chuck, 1912-2002

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United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was established as an independent agency of the executive branch on October 1, 1958 by the National Aeronautics and Space Act (72 Stat. 426), approved July 29, 1958. It superseded the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA). NASA conducted redsearch on problems of flight, developed aeronautical and space vehicles, explored outer space, and participated in international programs for the peaceful development of space technology....

Korvacik, Charles F.

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George C. Marshall Space Flight Center

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Capital Children's Museum

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Taylor, Saddler

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Skylab Program

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Wolfe, Frederick, 1936-

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Frederick William Wolfe was born in Asheville, N.C., in 1894, the seventh child and fourth son of Julia Elizabeth Westall and William Oliver Wolfe. He was educated in Asheville schools and worked as a salesman in Dayton, Ohio, before serving in the Navy during World War I. After his naval service, he attended the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, graduating in 1922. Fred Wolfe worked in Atlanta for Fairbanks, Morse and Company for about seven years, and then held several sales jobs in ...

Egerton, John, 1721-1787

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John Egerton was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1935. He has written several books including GENERATIONS: AN AMERICAN FAMILY, which won the Weatherford Award in 1983 and the Lillian Smith Award in 1984. From the description of John Egerton collection. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79463034 John W. Egerton served as editor of the University of South Florida News Bureau during the early years of the institution. This collection includes materials gathered by Egerton during the ...

Claiborne, Craig, 1920-2000

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Food editor of the New York Times and cookbook author; b. 1920; d. 2000. From the description of Craig Claiborne collection, 1964-1979. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70926406 Craig Claiborne, a chef and author of many cookbooks, was food editor of the New York Times. From the description of Letters, 1968-1986 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007764 ...

Lee, Harper, 1926-2016

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Nelle Harper Lee was born in Monroeville, Alabama, on 28 April 1926, to Amasa Coleman Lee and Frances Cunningham Lee. Harper Lee graduated from Monroe County High School, Monroe County Alabama, and later attended Huntingdon College, the University of Alabama, and Oxford University. In 1960, her novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, was published. In 1961, one year following its initial publication, To Kill a Mockingbird received a Pulitzer Prize for fiction....

Woodward, R. Stanley

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Stan Woodward is a southern auteur and documentary filmmaker. The Woodward Studio Limited produces documentaries on southern folk culture through the themes of American foodway and related traditions. In the 1980s, Woodward served as director of the Media Arts Center and the Communication Wing at the Capital Children's Museum in Washington, D.C., where he got to know animator Chuck Jones. Woodward also worked as filmmaker-in-residence in Georgia, South Carolina, and other locations where he was ...