Manchel Collection Finding Aid

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Box #1

Postage Stamps

  • [1 sheet] W.C. Fields
  • [1 sheet] The Barrymores
  • [1 sheet] Classic films from 1939
  • [1 sheet] Legends of Hollywood, Humphrey Bogart
  • [photograph]  50th Anniversary Year of Talking Pictures
  • [1 sheet]  Stars of the Silent Screen

Photos

Small Snapshots

  • (6) “Temptation” photos
  • (4) Lobby Cards
  • (3) Postcards
  • (13) “So Red the Rose” photos
  • (18) Small numbered snapshots
  • (22) Lorenzo Tucker photos
  • (10) unlabeled small snapshots
  • (1) “Robbing the Los Angeles Coliseum”, clipping from “The Split” pressbook
  • (1) Orson Wells and John Huston, photograph
  • (1) Spike Lee card
  • (3) Frank Manchel with people, photos
  • (4) Jack Johnson collection, photos
  • (4) Disney collection, photos
  • (14) Woody Strode collection, photos
  • (1) Shirley Temple, photo
  • (1) Harry Belafonte, photo
  • (1) Judy Garland, photo
  • (2) “Angela” photos
  • (2) Jorge Russek, photos
  • (1) “Temptation” gifted photo board – from Slick Chester
  • (1) Collage gifted photo board – from Lorenzo Tucker
  • (1) “Stars on Parage” Communist Conspiracy March, photo
  • (4) Unlabeled photos

Movie Stills

(Large)

  • (1) “Across 110th Street” (1972) - Anthony Franciosa, Anthony Quinn, Yaphet Kotto
  • (1) “Badge 373” (1973 )- Eddie Egan, Henry Darrow, Robert Duvall, Verna Bloom
  • (8) “The Catamount Killing” (1975) - Ann Wedgeworth, Horst Buchholz
  • (1) “Chinatown” (1974) – Burt Young, Jack Nicholson, John Hillerman, John Huston, Perry Lopez
  • (1) “Dillinger” (1973) – Ben Johnson, Cloris Leachman, Warren Oates
  • (booklet) Five for five (1990) – Spike Lee photos by David Lee
  • (1) “Frenzy” (1972) – Alex McCowen, Barry Foster, Jon Finch
  • (1) “The Friends of Eddie Coyle” (1973) – Peter Boyle, Robert Mitchum
  • (3) “The Godfather” (1972) – Al Pacino, Diane Keaton, James Caan, John Marley, Richard Castellano, Richard Conte, Robert Duvall, Sterling Hayden,
  • (1) “Krull” (1983) – Francesca Annis, Freddie Jones, Ken Marshall, Lysette Anthony
  • (3) “Lucky Luciano” (1973) – Charles Cioffi, Edmund O’Brien, Larry Gates, Vincent Gardenia
  • (3) “Manson” (1973)
  • (1) “Necromancy” (1972) – Lee Purcell, Orson Welles, Pamela Franklin
  • (2) “The New Centurions” (1972) – George C. Scott, Stacy Keach
  • (2) “The Other” (1972) – Chris Udvarknoky, Diana Muldaur, Uta Hagen
  • (1) “Report to the Commissioner” (1975) – Michael Moriarty, Susan Blakely, Yaphet Kotto
  • (2) “Shaft” (1971) – Charles Cioffi, Moses Gunn, Richard Roundtree
  • (5) “The Shining” (1980) – Danny Lloyd, Jack Nicholson, Shelly Duvall
  • (1) “Slaughterhouse-Five” (1972) – Michael Sacks, Ron Leibman, Valerie Perrine
  • (1) “White Lightning” (1973) – Burt Reynolds

Black & White Movie Stills (titles A-L)

(Medium)

  • (5) “A Matter of Winning” (1973) – Gordon Shafer
  • (1) “A Wedding” (1978) – Amy Stryker, Carol Burnett, Paul Dooley
  • (1) “At War With the Army” (1951) -  Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis
  • (1) “The Barefoot Contessa” (1954) – Ava Gardner, Edmond O’Brien
  • (1) “Big Bad Mama” (1974) – Angie Dickenson
  • (1) “The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings” (1976) – Billy Dee Williams, James Earle Jones
  • (1) “Broken Blossoms” (1919) – Lillian Gish
  • (1) “Bugsy Malone” (1976) – Dexter Fletcher, John Cassisi, Martin Lev, John Williams
  • (2) “The Caddy” (1953) – Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis
  • (1) “Casablanca” (1942) – Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman
  • (1) “Chinatown” (1974) – Jack Nicholson, John Huston
  • (1) “Cinderella Liberty” (1973) – James Caan, Marsha Mason
  • (1) “The Delicate Delinquent” (1957) – Darren McGavin, Jerry Lewis , Richard Bakalyan
  • (1) “Dangerous” (1935) – Bette Davis, Franchot Tone
  • (1) “Dune” (1984) – Everett McGill, Francesca Annis, Kyle MacLachlan
  • (1) “The Extra Girl” (1923) – Mabel Normand, Max Davidson
  • (1) “Girl Friends” (1978) – Anita Skinner, Melanie Mayron
  • (1) “The Godfather” (1972) – Al Pacino
  • (3) “The Great Dictator” (1968) – Charlie Chaplin, Paulette Goddard, Reginald Gardiner
  • (1) “The Great Gatsby” (1974) – Bruce Dern, Mia Farrow, Robert Redford
  • (1) “His Girl Friday” (1940) – Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell, Ralph Bellamy
  • (4, 3 duplicates)“Horror Express” (1973) – Christopher Lee, Telly Savalas, Peter Cushing
  • (1) “The Immigrant” (1917) – Charlie Chaplin, Edna Purviance
  • (2) “Interiors” (1978) – Diane Keaton, E.G. Marshall, Geraldine Page
  • (1) “The Liberation of L.B. Jones” (1970) – Roscoe Lee Brown
  • (1) “Lost Boundaries” (1949) – Mel Ferrer
  • (1) “Sergeant Rutledge” (1960) – Billie Burke, Billy Henry, Carleton Young, Chuck Roberson, Constance Towers, Jeffery Hunter, Judson Pratt, Walter Reed, Willis Bouchey, Woody Strode

Black & White Movie Stills (titles M-Z)

  • (1 w/ Paramount leaflet) “Mahogany” (1975) – Diana Ross
  • (3 w/ leaflet ) “The Man” (1972) – James Earle Jones, Janet MacLachlan
  • (1) “Margie” (1946) – Hattie McDaniel, Jeanne Crain
  • (1) “McCabe & Mrs. Miller” (1971) – Julie Christie, Warren Beatty
  • (1) “Moon Over Harlem” (1939) – Bud Harris
  • (2 w/ leaflet) “Nashville” (1975) – Karen Black, Lily Tomlin
  • (1) “The Nutty Professor” (1963) – Del Moore, Jerry Lewis
  • (11) “Oh Happy Day” (1973) - Unknown
  • (1) “The Old Maid” (1939) – Bette Davis, Miriam Hopkins
  • (1) “One More Spring” (1935) – Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, Henry King Jr., Jane Darwell, Janet Gaynor, Walter Woolf King, Warner Baxter
  • (1) “Orphans of the Storm” (1921) – Dorothy Gish, Lillian Gish
  • (1) “A Piece of the Action” (1977) – Bill Cosby, Sidney Poitier
  • (1) “Pinky” (1949) – Ethel Waters, Jeanne Crain,
  • (1) “Seventh Heaven” (1927) – Charles Farrell, Janet Gaynor
  • (1) “The Street with No Name” (1948) – Mark Stevens
  • (1) “The Sun Shines Bright” (1953) – Arleen Whelan, Charles Winniger, John Russell, Stepin Fetchit
  • (5) “Temptation” (1935) – Andrew S. Bishop, Ethel Moses, Hilda Rogers, Lorenzo Tucker
  • (1) “That’s My Boy” (1951) – Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis
  • (1) “Three Days of the Condor” (1975) – Faye Dunaway
  • (1) “The Wages of Sin” (1929) – Alonzo Tucker, Katherine Noisette, William A. Clayton
  • (1) “Way Down East” (1920) – Lillian Gish
  • (1) “What Price Glory? (1952) – Dolores Del Rio, Edmund Lowe, Victor McLaglen

(31) Unlabeled stills

  1. (1) Unknown (n.d.)
  2. (1) “Adam’s Rib” (1949) – Spencer Tracy,  Katherine Hepburn
  3. (1) Unknown (n.d.)
  4. (1) “For Pete’s Sake” (1974) – Barbra Streisand
  5. (1) Title Unknown – Elia Kazan (n.d.)
  6. (1) “California Suite” (1978) – Jane  Fonda
  7. (14) Title Unknown – United Artists Corporation (1976)
  8. (1) Title Unknown – Humphrey Bogart
  9. (1) Title Unknown – Columbia Pictures (1975)
  10. (1) Title Unknown - Columbia Pictures (1975)
  11. (1) “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” (TV Series, 1969-1974) – John Cleese, Terry Jones
  12. (2) Title Unknown – Columbia Pictures (1975)
  13. (2) Title Unknown (n.d.)
  14. (1) No Title, Portrait of Doug Fairbanks, Jackie Coogan, Rudolph Valentino (1922)
  15. (1)No Title, Portrait of Johnny Weismuller, Bobbie Arnst (August 6, 1932)
  16. (1) Unknown

Box #2

Press Information

  • (2) “Brother John” (1971) Pressbook
  • (1) “The Fury” (1976) Pressbook
  • (1) “Serpico” (1973) Pressbook
  • (1) “Mahogany” (1975) Pressbook
  • (1) “MASH” (1970) Pressbook
  • (1) “If He Hollers, Let Him Go!” (1968)

Publications

  • (1) TV Guide – December 7th-13th, 1974 (Cover: Michael Landon of ‘Little House on the Prairie’
  • (1) Film Makers Newsletter – May 1969 Vol. 2 No. 7
  • (1) “Inaugural Spectacle” (by editors of ‘Life’) 1961
  • (1) Four Dark Days In History (A photo history of JFK) 1963
  • (1) Bulletin of Black Theater No. 4 Fall 1973

Miscellaneous

  • Review Stuff
  • Book Marks
  • Lecture Note on Montage
  • John Simon
  • (1) Kino International
  • (1) “Directors Guild of America Special Projects” 11/25/1996
  • Odds and Ends

Documents

  • (3 copies) FBI memo on Jean Seberg, April, 23, 1970
  • Papers of Frank Manchel, 1968-1969, When Movies Began to Speak
  • (5) Miscellaneous film reviews

Newspaper Clippings

  • (1) Albert Warner of Movies Dead
  • (1) Film: Two On Deserters
  • (1) American International Pictures, A Filmography
  • (1) Quiet! Moguls on Set
  • (1) Mel Gussow’s Biog of Zanuck Cues An Untold Story Yet to be Written
  • (1) Don’t Say Yes Until I Finish Talking
  • (1) Mayer, Thalberg and MGM
  • (1) A Rational Approach to Pornography
  • (1) What Went Wrong at MGM, by a Participant
  • (1) SR Goes to the Movies
  • (1) Inside Stuff – Pictures
  • (1) Some Time In The Sun
  • (1) Margaret Mitchell’s ‘Gone With The Wind’ Letters 1936-1949
  • (1) From celluloid dreams in a tiny village to the Golden Era of Hollywood
  • (1) Klieg Lights on the Potomac
  • (1) Chas. Highman, All Unprepared Blunders, A Warner Bros. History
  • (1) Film: Little Fauss
  • (1) The New York Times Book Review (November 15, 1992)
  • (1) ‘Thalberg Life and Legend’ by Bob Thomas review
  • (1) The New York Times Book Review (October 7, 1973)
  • Glendon Allvine’s Insidey Recall of ‘Unlovable’ But Imaginative Wm. Fox (September 10, 1969)
  • (1) It Wasn’t Such A Wonderful Life
  • (1) ‘The Movie Stars’ and ‘Stardom’ review
  • (1) The Scholar Who Misread History
  • (1) The New York Times Obituaries (August 9, 1995)
  • (1) A Peril From Pauline: Book Credits Script, Not Welles, Be ‘Kane’ (11/24/71)
  • (1) The New York Times Book Review (April 20, 1975)
  • (1) ‘ Myself Among Others’ by Ruth Gordon book review
  • (1) A Wild Desire to Be Absolutely Fascinating
  • (1) Doris Day’s Own Story: Life Isn’t All Sunshine review
  • (1) The New York Times Book Review (March 16, 1975)
  • (1) Hearts Beneath the Tinsel
  • (1) Tracy & Hepburn - The Potato and The Desert
  • (1) A Life on Film
  • (1) The Major Film Theories: An Introduction
  • (1) Durgnat’s Astgmatic British Film Reprise
  • (1) Books of The Times
  • (1) With the Master
  • (1) The New York Times Book Review (April 6, 1975)
  • (1) Tom Curtiss’ Cognet Blog on Von Stroheim
  • (1) Mankiewicz Re-Edits His Own Quips in ‘Eve’ ; His Taste Is Uncertain
  • (1) Robert Gessner Obituary
  • (1) Letters To the Editor: Stern
  • (2) ‘Adventure With D.W. Griffith’ and ‘Billy Bitzer’ reviews
  • (1) Billy Bitzer, Ever D.W.’s ‘Shadow’
  • (1) Journal of Popular Film: Reviews ‘Billy Bitzer: His Story’
  • (1) D.W. Griffith
  • (1) The Sound of Silents
  • (1) An Eye on Hollywood
  • (1) Variety: “Pictures” page (Nov. 15, 1972)
  • (1) The New York Times Book Review (March 26, 1978)
  • (1) ‘Warner Bros. Presents’ Traces 1930-1949
  • (1) The New York Times Book Review (May 5, 1968)
  • (1) Perils of Pauline
  • (1) National Review (June 4, 1968)
  • (1) Different Views of Great Writers in Hollywood
  • (1) The Village VOICE reviews (Jan. 14, 1971)
  • (1) Confessions of a Cultist (September 27, 1970)
  • (1) Movie Mythographer
  • (1) The Bad and the Good
  • (1) The Village VOICE reviews (January 14, 1971)
  • (1) Sharp Shooting from England’s Film Archers
  • (1) Shakespeare on Silent Film
  • (1) Speak Hands for Shakespeare
  • (1) ‘On Reflection’ book review
  • (1) The New York Times Book Review (July 13, 1980)
  • (1) Students Spend 21 Hours Watching TV Each Week
  • (1) Dedication of ‘Lillian’s Bench’
  • (1) Book of the Times
  • (1) The Village VOICE ‘Feiffer’ cartoon (February 5, 1979)

Books

  • (1) ‘What is a Woman’ by Frank Manchel
  • (1) ‘Camera West’ by Frank Manchel
  • (1) ‘In Praise of Theory’ by David Cook
  • (1) ‘David Lean’ by Michael A. Anderegg
  • (1) ‘Mass Appeal’ by Frank Manchel

Essays

  • (1) ‘What Does it Mean, Mr. Holmes’ by Frank Manchel

Box #3

Movie Posters

  • (1) ‘10’ (framed)
  • (1) '2001: A Space Odyssey’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘Bedtime for Brezhner’ (framed)
  • (2) ‘Dirty Dingus Magee’ (folder)
  • (1) ‘Fantasia’ (tube)
  • (1) ‘The Final Conflict’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘Gone With the Wind’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘L.A. Confidential’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘Moscow on the Hudson’ (tube)
  • (1) ‘The Omega Man’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘The Organization’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘Rambo’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘The Return of Captain Invincible (tube)
  • (1) ‘Rollerball’ (tube)
  • (1) ‘Rooster Cogburn’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘Ryan’s Daughter’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘Shaft’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘Silent Movie’ (folder)
  • (2) ‘Skins’ (folder)
  • (1) ‘Slaughter’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘Sounder’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘Sweet Sweetback’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘The Three Musketeers’ (tube)
  • (1) ‘The Turning Point’ (tube)
  • (1) ‘Titan AE’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘Uptown Saturday Night’ (framed)
  • (1) ‘Voyage of the Damned’ (tube)
  • (1) ‘The Wind and the Lion’ (framed)
  • (1) Charlie Chaplin (framed)
  • (1) Clark Gable (framed)
  • (1) Humphrey Bogart (framed)
  • (1) Jackie Gleason & Art Carney (framed)
  • (2 , one small, one large) Katharine Hepburn & Spencer Tracy (framed)
  • (1) Orson Wells (framed)
  • (1) Woody Strode still (tube)
  • (1) The Nutty Professor still (tube)

Playbills

  • (1) Skins
  • (1) Damn Yankees
  • (1) Helen Hayes – Golden Anniversary
  • (2) Inherit the Wind
  • (1) Springtime for Henry
  • (3)The Black King (1931)
  • (2)Miracle in Harlem
  • (2)Harlem After Midnight
  • (2)Temptation
  • (1) The Betrayal
  • (1) Veiled Aristocrats

Autographed Photos (small)

  • (1) Lillian Gish
  • (1) Norma Shearer
  • (1) “Big Boy”
  • (1) Ramon Navarro
  • (1) Sally Blane
  • (1) Merna Kennedy
  • (1) Anita Page
  • (1) Richard Barthelmess
  • (1) Matt Moore
  • (1) Rita LaRoy
  • (1) Maurice Chevalier
  • (1) June Clyde
  • (1) Joseph Schildkraut

Negatives

  • (7) Large Unlabeled
  • (14) Small Unlabeled

Stamp Collections

  • Legends of the Screen
  • Memorabilia Box

      • Minority Report (in silver frame) and matching box
      • “Ben Hur” Hollywood Outtakes, Crumb de la Crumb Production – silver film tin
      • 2002 Fox Forecast DVD (still in package)
      • Happy 2002 from Team Fox Calendar (still in package)
      • “Joshua” pin
      • K-19 The Widowmaker Keychain
      • Spider-Man Pin
      • Disney Store “Seven Dwarves” 2001 pin (still in package)
      • National Lampoon’s Van Wilder pin
      • Small metal flask in black velvet pouch
      • 1941-1945 medal (unidentifiable)

    Box # 4

    Pamphlets & Studies

    Film Studies

    • “No Reason To Stay”, A Study of the Film By Paul A. Schreivogel
    • (2) “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” Film by Robert Enrico, A Visual Study by Paul A. Schreivogel
    • “The Little Island”, Film Study by Paul A. Schreivogel
    • “Sunday Lark”, Film Study by Paul A. Schreivogel
    • “Flavio”, A Film Study by Paul A. Schreivogel
    • “Overture, Overture Nyitany”, Film Studies by Paul A. Schreivogel
    • “Toys”, A Film Study Designed to View War Toys as Social Phenomena, by Paul A. Schreivogel
    • “Films In Depth”, An Overview of the Series by Paul A. Schreivogel and Anthony T. Prete
    • “A Stain on His Conscience”, A Study in Film Criticism by Paul A. Schreivogel
    • “Orange & Blue” A Film Study by Paul A. Schreivogel
    • “The Language of Faces”, Film Study by Paul A. Schreivogel
    • “Time Piece”, Film Study by Paul. A Schreivogel
    • “Fiddler on the Roof”, United Artists Film Study
    • “Man of La Mancha”, Film Study by Bruce Atkinson
    • “Tom Sawyer”, Reader’s Digest Presents, Study
    • “The Sound of Music”, A New Musical Play, Study
    • “Gone With the Wind – 1939, The Film and the Year” by Nancy Warfield
    • Post-Literate Man and Film Editing: An Application of the Theories of Marshall McLuhan by Frederic Underhill, Boston University School of Public Communication
    • Film Genres, An Essay in Terminology and Determination of Film Genres, October 1964
    • Film Study and the English Teacher by David A. Sohn, The National Film Study Project, 1968
    • The Image of the Artist in Fictional Cinema by Vincent Lanier, United States Office of Education, University of Oregon, 1968
    • Motion Pictures by Samuel Beckoff, Oxford Communication-Arts Series, Oxford Book Company
    • Radio and Television by Samuel Beckoff, Oxford Communication-Arts Series, Oxford Book Company
    • Post Script, Essays in Film and the Humanties, Vol. 2, No. 2, Winter 1983

    Newsletter

    • Iamhist Newsletter, Newsletter of the International Association for Media and History, Film Research Foundation (SFW), The Netherlands, Winter 1996
    • Iamhist Newsletter, Winter 1993/Spring 1994
    • Iamhist Newsletter, Summer 1994
    • Iamhist Newsletter, Autumn 1994
    • Iamhist Newsletter, Summer 1996

    Actor Study

    • A Tribute to Raoul Walsh, The University of Connecticut Film Society, 1974
    • Frank Capra, The Tenth Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award, March 4, 1984
    • Billy Wilder, The Fourteenth Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award, March 6, 1986, AFI Souvenir Edition
    • Douglas Sirk, The Complete American Period, The University of Connecticut Film Society, September 11-December 12, 1974
    • Barbara Stanwyck, The Fifteenth Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award, April 9, 1987, AFI Souvenir Edition

    Director Study

    • Federico Fellini, Discussion No. 1, A Publication of the Center for Advanced Film Studies
    • Antonioni, by Philip Strick

    Film Review/Film in History

    • The Penguin Film Review 5, 1948
    • Independent Filmmakers: Looking at Ourselves, A Guide to Films Featured in the Jewish Film Festival, Edited by Deborah Kaufman & Janis Plotkin
    • Film Criticism, Vol. 1, No. 3, Winter 1976-1977
    • Hitchcock, Sight and Sound, BFI Video Publishing
    • Forbidden Films, The Filmmaker & Human Rights, In Aid of Amnesty International, Toronto, October 18-28, 1984
    • Manual on Film Evaluation, Revised Edition, by Emily S. Jones, Educational Film Library Association, Inc., 1974
    • Our Modern Art, The Movies, By Ernest Callenbach, Center For the Study of Liberal Education for Adults, 1955
    • Rouben Mamoulian, “Style is the Man”, A Publication of the Center for Advanced Film Studies, 1971
    • Film & History, Vol. VI, No. 4, December, 1976
    • Film & History, Vol. VII, No. 1, February, 1977
    • Film & History, Vol. VII No. 2, May, 1977
    • Film & History, Vol. VII No. 3, September, 1977
    • Film Discussion Guides, Society of Education in Film and Television, London, England

    Film in School

    • Teaching Program: Exploring the Film by William Kuhns & Robert Stanley, 1968
    • Movies With a Purpose, A Teacher’s Guide to Planning and Producing Super 8 Movies for Classroom Use
    • Film in the Life of the School by David Mallery, National Association of Independent Schools, October 1968
    • The Study of Motion Pictures in Colleges and Universities by David C. Stewart, A Report Prepared for the Commission on Academic Affairs of the American Council on Education, with Assistance from the Motion Picture Association of America, 1965
    • Film Study Guides: Nine Classic Films, Robert L. Carringer, John P. Frayne, Vance Kepley, Jr., John C. Stubbs
    • Museums with Film Programs, Compiled by Hollis Melton, 1974, Educational Film Library Association
    • Screen Education, Teaching a Critical Approach To Cinema and Television, Reports and Papers on Mass Communcation, No. 42
    • Poetry in the Classroom, Dororthy Pettit, Editor, National Council of Teachers of English, 1963-1966
    • Guide to College Film Courses, 1969-1970, The American Film Institute
    • The School and the Art of Motion Pictures by David Mallery, National Association of Independent Schools, April 1964
    • A Guide for Film Teachers to Filmmaking by Teenagers by Rodger Larson, Jr.
    • The Motion Picture as an Art Form, Film Study in the High School, Catholic High School Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. XXIII, No. 3, October, 1965
    • Cinema & The School, A Guide to 101 Major American Films by Larry Langman and Milt Fajans

    Directories

    • University and College Film Collections, A Directory, Third Edition, Educational Film Library Association, 1974-1975
    • Annotated Bibliography of New Publications in the Performing Arts by Ralph Newman Schoolcraft, No. 15, October-December 31, 1973
    • Joint List of Major Microform Holdings of the New England State University Libraries and the Vermont Council of Academic Libraries, 2nd Edition, 1970, New England Board of Higher Education
    • Executive Handbook of Business Film and Videotape by Michael Cook, 1979
    • Directory of United States Film & Video Festivals by Kathy Bury, 1980
    • University Film and Video Association Membership Directory 1993, USC School of Cinema-Television
    • University Film and Video Association Membership Directory 1994, USC School of Cinema-Television
    • University Film and Video Association Membership Directory 1995, USC School of Cinema-Television
    • University Film and Video Association Membership Directory 1996, USC School of Cinema-Television
    • University Film and Video Association Membership Directory 1997, USC School of Cinema-Television
    • University Film and Video Association Membership Directory 1998, USC School of Cinema-Television
    • University Film and Video Association Membership Directory 1999, USC School of Cinema-Television
    • University Film and Video Association Membership Directory 2000, USC School of Cinema-Television
    • University Film and Video Association Membership Directory 2001, USC School of Cinema-Television
    • Movies That Matter, Revised Edition, Brandon Films, Inc., 1963-1965
    • Glossary of Film Terms, University Film Association Monograph No. 2, Compiled by John Mercer, Revised Edition, Summer 1978
    • Glossary of Film Terms, University Film Association Monograph No. 2, Compiled by John Mercer, Revised Edition, Summer 1979
    • A Standard Glossary for Film Criticism by James Monaco, 1975
    • A Guide to Motion Picture Catalogs by American Producers and Distributors, 1894-1908: A Microfilm Edition, Thomas Edison Papers

    Audio Recordings

    Subject Side 1 Side 2 Date
    Brock Peters Interview by Frank Manchel, Part One 1972-09-01
    Brock Peters, Ivan Dixon Interview by Frank Manchel, Part Two Ivan Dixon Interview, Part One 1972-09-01
    Charles Gordone 1972-09-01
    Chrysler-Plymouth 1972-01-06
    Clarence Mille (?) 1972-09-01
    Errol Hill, Woody Strode Woody Strode, Interview with Radio No Date
    Fred O'Neal, L.H. Michaux Fred O'Neal (cont.) No Date
    Free Time Black Films #2 with Host Julius Lester, Guests Pearl Bowser Anita Bush, Carl Mahon, Lorenzo Tucker 1971-11-18
    Free Time, Butterfly McQueen Black Film Show, Host Julius Lester, Guests Ossie Davis, Gordon Parks, Melvin Van Peebles Butterfly McQueen 1971-11-09
    Ivan Dixon Interview by Frank Manchel, Part Two
    Jack Johnson 1st Reel, Part One till Barney Oldfield 1972-02-01
    Jack Johnson 2nd Reel
    James Earle Jones, Jim Brown Jim Brown Comments, Jim Brown Interview 1972-09-01
    James Whitmore, Errol Hill James Whitemore, Black Like Me Errol Hill 1972-09-01
    James Whitmore, Errol Hill, Fred O'Neal Errol Hill (cont.), James Whitmore Part Two, Fred O'Neal 1972-09-01
    Jim Brown, King Vidor, Lillian Gish Jim Brown Interview (cont.), Lillian Gish Part One 1972-09-01
    John Ford, Woody Strode John Ford Notes, Fellow Citizens Interview with Woody Strode  No Date
    L.H. Michaux, Woody Strode, Sy Gomberg L.H. Michaux (cont.), WPIX Interview with Woody Strode 1972-09-01
    Lillian Gish Interview by Frank Manchel, Part Two 1972-09-01
    Spotlight UVM with Ted Dudley Spotlight UVM Lillian Gish 1905-05-24
    Tyson Interview by Frank Manchel, Part One and Two 1972-09-01
    Tyson Interview by Frank Manchel, Part Three
    William Marshall Interview by Frank Manchel Interview by Yemi & Abiodum 1973-08-21
    Woody Strode Woody Strode (cont.)
    Woody Strode, Errol Hill No Date