The Evergreen State College
Archives & Special Collections
Series: Production Projects for Campus Television
SubSeries: The Evergreen Hour
Produced by Judith Espinola
- Odetta. Recorded performance during her sojourn as Visiting Faculty at The
Evergreen State College.
- The Social Protest Movement in the Pacific Northwest
- Anna Louise Strong: Dramatization of her life in Seattle, 1915-1920
- Interview of WOBBLY Jack Miller, last survivor of the Everett Massacre
with Professor Thomas B. Rainey
- Interviews with Evergreen faculty film makers Sally Cloninger and Doris
Loesser (with examples of their work)
- Logging in Washington
- MetroCenter YMCA. Voices of Washington State: Old-Time
Logging in Southwestern Washington. MetroCenter YMCA 1979
- Gustafson, Charles. Cuts.
A Facets Production 1979
- We Never Forget (Southeast Asian refugees and the problem of acculturation.
Includes demonstrations by Professor Dwight Conquergood of Northwestern University)
- Beacon Hill Boys. Film by Evergreen Students
- "God's Trombones"
- Hoffman - Evergreen Photographer
- "Shorebirds" with Member of the Faculty Steven G. Herman
- Towers Art Project with Member of the Faculty Jean Mandeberg
- Douglas Cox. "Blues"
- Saltwater People
- Won-ldy Paye - story performance
- Two Thin Cracks on a Cobblestone Road. (Student theatrical production
at The Evergreen State College Experimental Theater)
Series: The Evergreen Magazine (a continuation
of the Evergreen Hour in 1/2 hour format)
- 9. Ma Ledford (Country folk singer)
Cox, James and DeJarnatt, Steven. Eat the Sun (award
winning Mockumentary on Religious Cults)
- 10. Totem Pole (documentary on the carving of a totem pole)
- Creation File
- 11. I AM CELSO
- Nine Hispanic Artists
- 12. Levine - Evergreen Photographer
- Mark Papworth, Member of the Faculty (his role as pathologist in criminal
- 13. Heartsparkle Players
- Lily Mae Leadfoot
- 14. The Jeffers Collection (commercial photographer in the Olympia area
at the end of the 19th beginning of the 20th century)
- Won-Ldy Paye
- 15. Nappy Edges. (Theatrical Interpretation) 30 minute
- The Organic Farm
- Tribute to Japan
- KAOS Community Radio
17. Griot's Song 28:03
18. Long, Burke. Shadow of the Forest. (Describes stagnation of
the forest products industry in Mason County, Washington). Conceived and
produced by Evergreen Student Burke Long while undergoing re-training
as former employee of the Simpson Timber Company.
Ahmed, Keeno, RSCS 1993: Source Tapes 1 & 2 "Neptune"
- used in one of the Evergreen Hour editions.