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									GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM (GOF) - 240 ADDITIONAL HOLDINGS: 1947-2003
SINCE 1970 GOF HAS BEEN PRODUCED IN FIVE DIFFERENT MEDIUMS.
ON-GOING EQUIPMENT UPGRADES EXPLAIN THE PROGRESSION IN THE
QUALITY OF THIS ARCHIVAL RESOURCE. MORE RECENT PRODUCTS ARE
ENHANCED VIA IMPROVED CAMERA TECHNOLOGY. ALL MEDIUMS HAVE BEEN
CONVERTED TO VHS. (3/24/04)
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                     KEY TO VHS SYMBOLS:

I.    [*] COLOR, [+] FAINT COLOR, [^] MONOCHROME.

II.   TYPE OF VIDEOTAPE COPY:
           VT = Video transfer from one film or video medium to another.
          [S] = Several mediums/variable audio and color quality.

III. QUALITY OF VHS SOUND:

           A = Excellent, B = Very Good, C = Good, D = Fair, E = Poor;
       abhII = annoying buzz, hum, or whistle: I = minor irritation,
               II = middle ground, III = somewhat bothersome, e.g. *AabhIII2 fpr;
        bnas = background noise adjacent session, e.g. *AabhII1-bnas oep.

IV.   QUALITY OF VHS PICTURE:

           1 = Excellent, 2 = Good, 3 = Acceptable,
           4 = Poor Lighting, BL, or Focus, 5 = Minimally Acceptable.

V.    NOTES: BL = Poor picture due to BACKLIGHTING; subject is
                  silhouetted in front of overhead projector, e.g. *A4-BL irp.
             FF = Occasional FLIP FLOPPING of videotape copy of archival footage
                  produces sporadic unstable picture , e.g. ^VT-FF-B2 oep.

VI.   MODE OF PRESENTATION:
           fpr = formal paper read,
           irp = informal reading of paper,
           oep = oral extemporaneous presentation;

VII. VHS SYMBOL EXAMPLE: *B2 oep =

           [*] color, [B] very good VHS sound quality
           [2] good VHS picture
         [oep] oral extemporaneous presentation.

      Index: GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM ADDITIONAL HOLDINGS
(For Titles see Table Below Listed by Year of Production)

Interpretation of individual entry: MILLER, Willard E. - 1978D.1

1978D.1 AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY IN THE 1940s, THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE
ASPG TO THE GEOGRAPHIC PROFESSION: E. Willard Miller. (34 Min).
New Orleans LA, Apr 11. ^VT-C2/3 fpr.

1978D.1: (1978) = year of production; (D) = specific title and presenter: THE
CONTRIBUTION OF THE ASPG TO THE GEOGRAPHIC PROFESSION: E. Willard Miller; (.1) = the
dot-number which links presentations to specific sessions, e.g. AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY IN
THE 1940s.

  ^VT-C3 fpr = Quality of VHS Archive (See Key to VHS symbols above): Monochrome [^],
   video transfer [VT], Good VHS sound quality [C], VHS picture rated between good
   and acceptable [2/3], formal paper read [fpr].
Index: GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM: 240 ADDITIONAL HOLDINGS: 1947-2003


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   For Titles see Table Below - Individuals Listed by Year.


NOTE: The 1947 Dohr’s Northwestern silent film (see page 6 below) has glimpses
of individuals in class and the field. Each is identified below as such: 1947>

AANGEENBRUG, Robert T. - 1984H
ABLER, Ronald F. - 1996T
ABRAHAMSSON Bernhard J. - 1983A
ADAMS, John S. - 1979A.1
ADAMS, Robert L. A. - 2001C
AGNEW, John A. - 1991B
AIKEN, Charles S. - 1996S.4
ALEXANDER, Lewis M. - 1983A
ANDREWS, Alice C. - 1991A
ASCHMANN, Homer - 1985A.1, 1988S, 1994A
AUGELLI, John P. - 1988U
BARNES, Trevor J. – 2000C
BASILE, David G. - 1984C.1, 1994A
BASSIN, Mark - 1988F.1, 1993A.1
BATCHELDER, Robert B. - 1947>
BAUER, Bernard O. - 1990X.6
BECKINSALE, Robert B. - 1975B, 1975C, 1976A, 1979E.2, 1994A
BEDNARZ, Sarah W. -1996V, 1998B, 1999E
BENHART, John E., Sr. – 2000A
BERMAN, Mildred - 1984L.2, 1990GG, 1991A, 1991H, 1992D.2, 1997, 1998A
BERRY, Brian J.L. - 1979A.1, 1984A, 1988N.3, 1988U, 1993G.2
BIELSKI, F. Robert – 2000A
BIGLIN, Kevin - 2003B
BINDER JOHNSON, Hildegard - 1976A, 1986E.1, 1994A
BIRD, Mary Lynne - 2001B
BLADEN, Wilford A. - 1992C.2
BLAUT, James M. - 1995A
BLOUET, Brian W. - 1980E.1
BODENMAN John E. (reading McCune) - 1993Q.4
BODMAN, Andrew R. - 1984Q, 1990EE
BOEHM, Richard G. - 1996V, 1998B
BOULDING, Kenneth E. - 1984R
BONDI, Liz - 1991D.1
BOROWIECKI, Barbara - 1990GG, 1991A
BORTH, Verdell F. - 1975A, 1986B.1
BOSQUE-SENDRA, Pilar - 1988H.2
BOWDEN, Martyn T. - 1979H.2
BOYCE, Ronald - 1996K.3
BRADEN, Kathleen - 1992H.2
BRAND, Osa - 1998B
BRAZEL, Anthony J. - 1990I.3, 1996B.1
BROEK, Jan O. M. - 1979K, 1994A
BRUMAN, Henry J. - 1985B.1, 1988S
BRYAN, Rorke B. - 1990Y.6
BRUNN, Stanley D. - 1989A
BUNGE, William - 1976A, 1988U
BURRILL, Meredith F. - 1992E.2 (read by H. Flad), 1993N.4
BUSHONG, Allen D. - 1979G.2, 1988M.3, 1990D.1, 1992B.2, 1993B.1, 1996P.4
BUTLER, David R.- 1990Z.6
BUTTIMER, Anne - 1979I
CARNEY, Judith A. - 1994G
CARTER, George F. - 1979K, 1988S
CARTIER, CAROLYN - 1992J.2
CASETTI, Emilio - 1993J.3
CHAMBERS, Clarke A. - 1986D.1
CHORLEY, Richard J. - 1994A

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CLARK, Andrew H. - 1979K, 1988S
CLAVAL, Paul - 1988I.2
CODE, William R. - 1990E.2
COHEN, Saul B. - 1988T, 1990EE, 1991B, 1996T
CONZEN, Michael P. – 1996N.3 (reading C. Harris), 2001B
COX, Kevin R. - 1994C.1
DANDO, Christina - 1989A
DANIELS, Melinda - 2003B
DAVIDSON-ARNOTT, Robin G. - 1990AA.6
DAVIES, Shannon - 1992N
DE BLIJ, Harm J. - 1971, 1976A, 1991B, 1996V, 1998B, 2003A
DE BRES, Karen J. 1992F.2
DEMKO, George J. - 1984H
DENEVAN, William M. - 1988S
DESKINS, Donald R. - 1992M.3
DE SOUZA, Anthony R. -1996V, 1998B
DICKEN, Samuel N. - 1988S
DILLINGER, Teresa L. - 1994H
DOOLEY, Mary True - 1947>
DOMOSH, Mona - 1991E.1
DOW, Maynard Weston - 1984H, 1991J, 1994A, 1994B, 1997B, 2000A
DOWNS, Roger M. - 1995A, 1996V, 1998B
DRYSDALE, Alasdair D. - 2001C
DRUMMOND, Dorothy - 2001B
DYER, Donald R. - 1947>
EDER, Herbert M. - 1987C.1
ELGIE, Robert A. - 1992M.3
ENGGASS, Peter M. - 1983B, 1984K.2
ENTRIKIN, J. Nicholas - 1985H.2, 1989B.1, 1993C.1
ESPENSHADE, Edward B., Jr. – 1947>, 1972, 1994A, 1996M.3
ESTES, John E. - 1996G.2
FARRELL, William T. - 1984H
FELLMAN, Jerome D. - 1995C.1
FINK, L. Dee – 1999E
FLAD, Harvey K. - 1990EE, 1992A.1, 1992B.2, 1992E.2, 1992L.3
FOOTE, Kenneth E. – 1999E
FREDERIC, Paul B. - 1998A
FREDRICH, Barbara E. - 1994G, 1994H
FREEMAN, T. W. - 1994A
FRIIS, Herman R. - 1978C.1
FROST, David B. - 1991J
GARRISON, William L. – 1947>, 1972, 1988U
GAUTHIER, Howard L. – 2000C
GELLER, Laura (reading Ristow) - 1993S.4
GEORGE, John L. - 1990EE
GETIS, Arthur - 1993K.3
GILMARTIN, Patricia P. - 1990T.5
GLACKEN, Clarence J. - 1996U
GLASSNER, Martin - 1983A
GODFREY, Brian J. - 1992M.3
GOLLEDGE, Reginald G. - 1999C.1
GOODCHILD, Michael F. - 1990FF
GOODMAN, Marjorie Smith - 1947>
GOTTMANN, Jean - 1994A
GREEN, Howard L. - 1989E.2
GROSVENOR, Gilbert M. - 1985I, 1996V, 1998B
GUELKE, Leonard T. - 1990A.1
HAGERSTRAND, Torsten - 1984B
HAGGETT, Peter – 2000B
HALL, Peter - 1996U
HALLMAN, Leon C. - 1998C
HANSEN, Ellen R. - 1994H

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HANSON, Susan - 1989A, 1990GG, 1991A, 1992M.3, 1993L.3, 1996O, 2003A
HARMON, Jay E. - 1990J.3
HARPER, Robert A. - 1995D.1
HARRIS, Chauncy D. - 1989E.2, 1993O.4, 1994A, 1995G.1, 2003A
HARTMANN, Rudi - 1988J.2
HART, John Fraser – 1947>, 1972, 1992N, 1994A, 1994B, 1996T
HARTSHORNE, Richard - 1976B.1, 1979J, 1988U, 1992E.2 (read by H. Flad), 1994A, 2003A
HELBURN, Nicholas - 1996V, 1998B
HENRY, Norah F. - 1990EE
HERB, Guntram Henrik - 1988B.1
HEWES, Leslie, - 1979K, 1988S
HILL, A. David - 1996V, 1998B
HOLDER, Virgil H. - 1998C
HOOSON, David J.M. - 1979F.2, 1980F.1, 1996U
HUDSON, G. Donald – 1947>, 1972, 1988U
HUNGDAH CHIU - 1983A
HUKE, Robert E. - 1984J.2
ILLICK, J. Rowland - 1988T
JACOB, Mary J. - 1992M.3
JAMES, Preston E. - 1976C.1, 1978A.1, 1979A.1, 1979D.2, 1979J, 1980C.1,
                     1980G, 1980H, 1981B, 1981C, 1984D.1, 1994A
JANELLE, Donald G. - 1989A
JENKS, George F. - 1990S.5
JENSEN, John R. - 1996H.2
JOHNSON, Donald Lee - 1990BB.6
JOHNSON, Douglas L. - 1991J
JONES, Clarence F. - 1947>, 1972
KAISERLIAN, Penelope - 1992N
KALKSTEIN, Laurence S. – 1990M.4
KATES, Robert W. - 1999D.1
KATZ, Cindi R. - 1991F.1
KAY, Jeanne - 1989A, 1991G.1, 1991A
KAY, Paul A. - 1989A
KENZER, Martin S. - 1985E.2, 1993D.1, 1998A, 2001A
KIMBER, Clarissa T. - 1988S, 1990GG, 1991A
KING, Leslie J. - 1993H.2
KOELSCH, William A. - 1980B.1, 1984I.2, 1991H, 1992G.2 1995B.1,
                       1995E.1, 1997A.1, 1998A
KOHN, Clyde F. – 1947>, 1972, 1988U, 1994A, 1996V, 1998B
KONRAD, Victor A. - 1990H.2
KOST, Klaus - 1988C.1
KNIFFEN, Fred B. - 1988S, 1994A
KRESS, Warren D. - 1986A.1
KRISTOF, Ladis K. - 1988D.1
LAMBERT HOPPER, Hilary - 1991A
LANEGRAN, David A. - 1996V, 1998B
LAPPING, Mark B. - 1999B.1
LAWSON, Victoria A. - 2003B
LEIGHLY, John B. - 1988S, 1994A
LEWIS, George K. -1988T
LEWIS, G. Malcolm - 1979I, 1990F.2
LEWIS, Peirce F. - 1976A, 1983B
LIBEN, Lynn S. - 1995A
LOUNSBURY, John F. - 1976A
LUKERMANN, Fred E. - 1975A, 1980D.1, 1986C.1,
                      1989C.1, 1992A.1, 1994A, 1994D.1
LUTEN, DANIEL B. - 1996U
MCANNENY Cathleen, - 2003B
MCBRYDE, F. Webster - 1978B.1, 1979K, 1994A
MCCARTY, Harold H. - 1988U
MCCOLL, Robert W. - 1971, 2003A
MACKAY, J. Ross - 1988U

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MARBLE, Duane F. - 1988U
MARCUS, Mary Ann - 1996B.1, 2003A
MARCUS, Melvin G. - 1976A, 1994A, 1996A.1, 1996B.1, 1996C.1, 1996D.1, 2003A
MARRAN, James F. - 1996V, 1998B, 1999E
MARTIN, Geoffrey J. - 1979A.1, 1979C.2, 1980G, 1980I, 1984N.2, 1985H.2,
                       1988K.2, 1991J, 1991K, 1991L, 1992P, 1993E.1,
                       1994A, 1994B, 1996E.2 (reading John L. Allen),
                       1996J.3, 1997A.1, 2001A
MATHER, Cotton - 1990G.2
MATHER, John R. – 1990N.4
MATHEWSON, Kent - 1985F.2
MATTINGLY, Paul F. - 1995F.1
MAYER, Harold M. - 1989H.2, 2003A
MEEKS, Harold A. - 1997
MEINIG, Donald W. - 1988A
MEYER, Judith W. - 1990EE, 1991J
MIKESELL, Marvin W. - 1979A.1, 1979E.1B, 1979I,
                       1985C.1, 1988S, 1994A, 1994B
MILES, Edward J. - 1984M.2
MILLER, E. Joan Wilson – 2000A
MILLER, E. Willard - 1978D.1, 1993R.4, 1993T.3
MINGHI, Julian V. - 1971, 2003A
MOMSEN, Janet D. - 1994G
MONK, Janice - 1990GG, 1991A, 1992K.2, 1993F.1 1994G, 1996O, 1998A, 2000A, 2001B,
               2003A
MONMONIER, Mark - 1996F.2
MORRILL, Richard L. - 1988U, 1993I.2
MORRILL, Robert W. -1996V, 1998B
MULLER, Peter O. - 1979A.1, 1981A
MULLER, Robert A. – 1990P.4
MURPHY, Alexander B. - 2001A
MYERS, Sarah K. - 1976A
NANDA, Ved P. - 1983A
NASH, Alan E. - 2003B
NASH, Peter H. - 1988T
NATOLI, Salvatore J. - 1998B, 1999E
NEWCOMB, Robert M. - 1987A.1
NYSTROM, J. Warren - 1996T
O'LOUGHLIN, John V. - 1988G.1, 1991B
OLIVER, John E. – 1990Q.4
OLSON, Judy M. - 1996O, 2003A
PALM, Risa I. - 1996O, 1996U, 2003A
PARSONS, James J. - 1979K, 1988S
PATTISON, William D. - 1980A.1, 1996V, 1998B, 1999E
PATTON, Donald J. - 1988P.3
PELZER, Karl J. - 1979K
PETCHENIK, Barbara B. - 1990W.5
PETERSEN, James F. - 1998B
PICK, Herbert L., Jr. - 1995A
PINCHEMEL, Philippe H. - 1979I
PRED, Allen R. - 1996U
PRICE, Edward T. - 1979K
PROUDFOOT, Malcolm - 1947>
RAUP, Hallock F. - 1979K, 1994A
RAYNER, John N. - 1990K.3
RECHLIN, Alice T.M. - 1990GG, 1991A
REES, Peter W. - 1979A.1
RENGERT, Arlene C. – 2000A
RICKARD, Timothy J. - 2003B
RISTOW, Walter W. - 1978E.1, 1984E.1
ROBINSON, Arthur H. - 1984F.1, 1990V.5, 1994A, 1996M.3
ROESSLER, Mechtild - 1988E.1

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ROSE, Courtice G. - 1990B.1
RUGG, Dean S. – 1947>
RUSSELL, Joseph A. - 1947>
RUSTON, Gerard - 1993M.3
SALTER, C.L. - 1987D.1, 1993T, 1996V, 1998B, 2003A
SAUER, Carl O. -1988S, 1994A
SAWATSKY, H. Leonard - 1985D.1
SHARKEY, Debra - 1994H
SHEPPARD, Eric S. - 1994E.1
SHERMAN, John C. - 1990U.5
SHIREY, Ruth I. - 1996V, 1998B
SITWELL, O.F.G. - 1990C.1
SMITH, Diane E. R. - 1979L
SMITH, Neil - 1988L.2, 1988Q.3, 2001A
SNADEN, James N. - 1998C
SOLOT, Michael - 1985G.2
SOMMERS, Marjory Smith - 1947>
SPENCER, Christopher - 1995A
SPENCER, Joseph E. - 1979K, 1988S, 1994A
STEA, David - 1995A
STEWART, Reed F. - 1991J
STODDART, David - 1989D.1, 1996U
STOLTMAN, Joseph P. - 1998B, 1999E
STRAHLER, Alan H. - 1990EE
SZUTER, Christine - 1992N
TAAFFE, Edward J. - 1988U, 1989I.2, 2003A
TAYLOR, Peter J. - 1991B
THOMAS, Sharon - 1991A
THOMAS, William L. - 1987B.1
THOMPSON, George F. - 1992N
THROWER, Norman J.W. - 1990R.5
TOBLER, Waldo R. - 1994F.1
TRIMBLE, Stanley W. - 1990CC.6
ULLMAN, Edward L. -1988U, 1994A
VANCE, James E., Jr. - 1989J.2, 1996U, 2003A
VAN DER WUSTEN, Herman - 1991B
WALKER, H. J. - 1990DD.6, 1996Q.4
WALLACE, A. Iain - 1999A.1
WALLACE, William H. - 1997, 1998A, 2001C
WEBB, John W. - 1976A
WEST, Robert C. - 1979K
WENDLAND, Wayne M. – 1990L.3
WHEELER, James O. – 1989G.2, 2000C
WHITE, Gilbert F. - 1984G.1, 1994A, 1996L.3, 2003A
WILFORD, John Noble - 2001A
WINSBURG, Morton D. - 1996R.4
WINTERS, Harold A. - 1989A, 1994I, 1996A.1, 1996B.1, 1996C.1, 1996D.1, 2003A
WITHINGTON, William A. - 1947>
WITTHUHN, Burton O. - 1998B
WOLTER, John A. - 1996I.2
WOOD, Joseph S. - 2001B
ZAPOLSKY, Sarah - 1991A
ZELINSKY, Wilbur -1988S, 1994A, 1994B
ZIMMERMAN, Marie - 1991A




GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM: 247 ADDITIONAL HOLDINGS: 1947-2003

1947     FIELD TRAINING IN GEOGRAPHY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY,
         Fred E. Dohrs, Photographer. (21 Min). 16 mm color film provided

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          by John C. Hudson, Northwestern, April 27, 2000. Converted
          to VHS; no sound. *VT-2/3.

1971      PANEL DISCUSSION ON POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY: Robert W. McColl, Harm J. De Blij,
          Julian V. Minghi. (22 Min). Boston MA, Apr 20. ^VT-AabhII1.5 oep.

1972      ROOTS AND PRACTICE OF NORTHWESTERN GEOGRAPHY (GOF INTERVIEW YEARS
          (1971-1972): Edward B. Espenshade Jr. (2m 10s), William L. Garrison
          (2m 15s), John Fraser Hart (3m 50s), G. Donald Hudson (8m 15s), Clarence F.
          Jones (6m 15s), and Clyde F. Kohn (2m 10s). Shared Themes: Three held
          Chicago PhDs and were Northwestern chairs; two were influenced by Wellington
          Jones, had Proudfoot as advisor, share tips on chairing geography, were
          paired at Washington for 1950s Quantitative Revolution; solitary offerings
          are Hudson’s view of applied geography and Jones as field trip leader during
          the 1940s. (Total 29 minutes). ^VT-B2 oep.

1975A     HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF THE SCIENCE - MINI-COURSE: Fred E. Lukermann,
          Verdell F. Borth assisting. (196 Min). Milwaukee WI, Apr 21.
          ^VT-FF-BabhII2.5 oep.

1975B     WILLIAM MORRIS DAVIS AS AN INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHER, NESTVAL BANQUET
          ADDRESS: Robert B. Beckinsale (57 Min). New Haven CT, Oct 10.
          ^VT-FF-B2/3 oep.

1975C     WILLIAM MORRIS DAVIS: EDITED BANQUET ADDRESS: Robert P. Beckinsale,
          co-author (R. J. Chorley) of The Life and Work of William Morris Davis,
          The History of the Study of Landforms, vol. 2, 1973. (32.5 Min).
          New Haven CT, Oct 10. ^VT-FF-B2/3 oep.

1976A     HORS D'OEUVRES GEOGRAPHIQUE - SHORT SELECTIONS FROM NINE GOF INTERVIEWS:
          Robert B. Beckinsale, William Bunge, Harm J. de Blij, Hildegard Binder
          Johnson, Peirce F. Lewis, John F. Lounsbury, Melvin G. Marcus, Sarah K.
          Myers, John W. Webb. (15 Min). [S]^VT-CabhIII3 oep.

1976B.1   THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY - REMINISCENCE, SCIENTISM, AND
          SCHOLARSHIP IN GEOGRAPHY (Editor's Note: An Essay Focusing on the
          Schaefer-Hartshorne Dispute): Richard Hartshorne (23 Min).
          New York NY, Apr 13. ^VT-FF-A2 irp.

1976C.1   THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY - WILLIAM MORRIS DAVIS' RESTRICTED
          MEMBERSHIP POLICY FOR THE AAG: Preston E. James (30 Min). New York NY,
          Apr 13. ^VT-FF-AabhI2/3 irp.


1978A.1    AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY IN THE 1940S - THE AAG AND OTHER AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC
           SOCIETIES IN THE 1940S: Preston E. James (33 Min). New Orleans LA, Apr 11.
           ^VT-C3 oep.

1978B.1    AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY IN THE 1940S - THE ROLE OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR
           PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHERS: F. Webster McBryde (39 Min). New Orleans LA,
           Apr 11. ^VT-BabhI2.5-bnas fpr.

1978C.1    AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY IN THE 1940S - GEOGRAPHY AND GEOGRAPHERS IN THE FEDERAL
           GOVERNMENT [35mm SLIDES]: Herman R. Friis mostly slides (25 Min).
           New Orleans LA, Apr 11. ^VT-DabhII3-bnas fpr.

1978D.1    AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY IN THE 1940S - THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE ASPG TO THE
           GEOGRAPHIC PROFESSION: E. Willard Miller (34 Min). New Orleans LA, Apr 11.
           ^VT-CabhI2.5-bnas fpr.

1978E.1    AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY IN THE 1940S - THE IMPACT OF THE ASPG ON THE AAG:


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          Walter W. Ristow (19 Min). New Orleans LA, Apr 11. ^VT-DabhIII2.5-bnas fpr.

1978F.1   AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY IN THE 1940S - THE ROLE OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR
          PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHERS - QUESTIONS & ANSWERS: Multiple Discussants:
          1. S. Dicken, 2. C. Mather, 3. W. Ristow, 4. W. Kress, 5. G. Martin,
          6. S. McCune (20 Min). New Orleans LA, Apr 11. ^VT-B2.5-bnas oep.

1979A.1   THE AAG AT 75 - HISTORY AND PROSPECT: Welcoming Comments and Introduction:
          Peter O. Muller (4 min); Guest Speaker, Pennsylvania Secretary of State,
          Ethel D. Allen, M. D. (7 min, Incomplete); Introductions: Peter W. Rees
          (2.5 min), Brian J. L. Berry (3 min); Key Events in AAG History: Preston E.
          James (8 min), Geoffrey J. Martin, 35 mm slides (29 min); Current Status:
          Marvin W. Mikesell (16 min); Future Prospects: John S. Adams (17 min);
          Philadelphia, April 22, 1979, 67 minutes. ^VT-A3.5 reduced lighting oep.


1979B.1   UNITY IN DIVERSITY: MARVIN W. MIKESELL, Edited Archival Footage of Opening
          Session: The AAG at 75: History and Prospect. Brief introductions by Brian
          J. L. Berry, and Preston E. James. (22 Min). Philadelphia PA, Apr 22.
          ^VT-A3.5 reduced lighting oep.

1979C.2   SIX AAG PRESIDENTS - ISAIAH BOWMAN: Geoffrey J. Martin (28 Min).
          Philadelphia PA, Apr 23. ^VT-FF-C3.5 oep.

1979D.2   SIX AAG PRESIDENTS - ALBERT PERRY BRIGHAM: Preston E. James
          (23 Min). Philadelphia PA, Apr 23. ^VT-A2.5-bnas oep.

1979E.2   SIX AAG PRESIDENTS - WILLIAM MORRIS DAVIS: Robert B. Beckinsale
          (31 Min). Philadelphia PA, Apr 23. ^VT-FF-B3.5 irp. poor lighting

1979F.2   SIX AAG PRESIDENTS - CARL O. SAUER: David J. M. Hooson (31 Min).
          Philadelphia PA, Apr 23. ^VT-FF-C3.5 fpr.

1979G.2   SIX AAG PRESIDENTS - ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE (ILLSUTRATED): Allen D. Bushong
          (28 Min). Philadelphia PA, Apr 23. ^VT-FF-C4 (poor focus, especially last
          17 min.) fpr.

1979H.2   SIX AAG PRESIDENTS - J.K. WRIGHT: Martyn T. Bowden (25 Min).
          Philadelphia PA, Apr 23. ^VT-FF-C4.5 irp.

1979I     THE EUROPEAN PERCEPTION OF AMERICA'S GEOGRAPHY: Anne Buttimer,
          G. Malcolm Lewis, Marvin W. Mikesell, Philippe H. Pinchemel. (30 Min).
          Lincoln NB, Apr 26. ^VT-AabhI2 oep.

1979J     REMINISCENCES OF 105 YEARS OF JOINT AAG ACTIVITY: Richard Hartshorne,
          Preston E. James. (30 Min). Lincoln NB, Apr 27. ^VT-AabhI2 oep.

1979K     INTERVIEWS OF BERKELEY STUDENTS, 1932-1950: Broek (1970) 9m , Raup (1973)
          10m, Spencer (1970) 20m, Pelzer (1976) 11m, Hewes (1973) 10m, McBryde (1979)
          12m, Carter (1970) 10m, Clark (1971) 11m, West (1973) 8m, Parsons (1973) 10m,
          Price (1973) 10m. Year of GOF Interview in Parenthesis. (Total 121 Min).
          ^VT-B2/3 oep.

1979L     COMPARING THE UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE EXPERIENCE: Diane E. R. Smith,
          Plymouth State College, BS '78, Arizona State University, MA '81,
          Special Reference to ASU Silverton Colorado Cirque Field Camp [Fall 1978]
          with Mel Marcus, Tony Brazel et al. Interviewer: M. W. Dow, Bristol NH,
          January 7. (22 Min). ^VT-FF-A2 oep.

1980A.1   DEPARTMENT HISTORIES - UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, THREE DEFINING MARKS OF
          GEOGRAPHY AS A CHAMBERLAIN-SALISBURY ENTERPRISE: William D. Pattison


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          (24 Min). Louisville KY, Apr 16. ^VT-A2 fpr.

1980B.1   DEPARTMENT HISTORIES - CLARK UNIVERSITY, SLIDE ILLUSTRATED:
          William A. Koelsch (31 Min). Louisville KY, Apr 16. ^VT-A3.5 fpr.

1980C.1   DEPARTMENT HISTORIES - UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN: Preston E. James.
          (29 Min). Louisville KY, Apr 16. ^VT-A1.5 oep.

1980D.1   DEPARTMENT HISTORIES - UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, THE QUEST FOR THE HISTORICAL
          DEPARTMENT - CONSIDERATION OF PRESUMPTIVE, GENERATIVE, AND NUMBER THEORIES:
          Fred B. Lukermann (33 Min). Louisville KY, Apr 16. ^VT-A2 oep.

1980E.1   DEPARTMENT HISTORIES - UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA:
          Brian W. Blouet. (25 Min). Louisville KY, Apr 16. ^VT-B2.5 slight echo oep.

1980F.1   DEPARTMENT HISTORIES – UCLA: Gary Dunbar (read by David J. M. Hooson
          (27 Min). Louisville KY, Apr 16. ^VT-E2.5 fpr (low audio).

1980G     HARVARD & CLARK c. 1920: Preston E. James, Interviewed by Geoffrey J. Martin,
          (31 Min). Louisville KY, Apr 10. ^VT-AabhI1 oep.

1980H     OBSERVATIONS ABOUT HARVARD & YALE - ATWOOD, BRIGHAM, DAVIS, HUNTINGTON &
          WHITTLESEY: Preston E. James (15 Min). Louisville KY, Apr 10. ^VT-AabhI1 oep.

1980I     121 YEARS OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY I - AN ILLUSTRATED SLIDE LECTURE:
          Geoffrey J. Martin (49 Min). Plymouth NH, Apr 19. poor lighting
          ^VT-FF-AabhI3.5 oep.

1981A     CONTEMPORARY SUBURBAN AMERICA: Peter O. Muller (28 Min). WCKT (NBC):
          University of Miami Roundtable. Spring 1981. *VT-AabhI2.5 oep.

1981B     EARLY 20TH CENTURY HARVARD GEOGRAPHERS, 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 Min). ^VT-AabhI1 oep.

1981C     WALLACE W. ATWOOD, CLARK MONADNOCK OF THE 1920s, MEMORIES OF PRESTON E. JAMES
          (1981); specific reference to E. C. Semple, G. S. Hall, and S. Nearing.
          (10 Min). ^VT-AabhI1 oep.

1983A     PANEL - THE NEW POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE SEA (98 Min): Martin Glassner
          (10 min); Ved P. Nanda, College of Law, U. of Denver (12 min); Lewis M.
          Alexander (9.5 min); Bernhard J. Abrahamsson, Dept. of Marine Transportation,
          U.S.M.M.A (12.5 min); Hungdah Chiu, School of Law, U. of Maryland (15 min);
          Panel Discussion - Q & A (37.5 min); Denver C0, Apr 26. *B2 slight echo oep.

1983B     THE NEW AMERICAN LANDSCAPE (SLIDE PRESENTATION) - New England St. Lawrence
          Valley Geographical Society Annual Meeting Banquet Address: Peirce F. Lewis,
          (Reduced Lighting), 35mm slide lecture best viewed in bright monochrome
          (40 min); Preceded by Introductions (6 min), NESTVAL Affairs, Peter Enggass
          (10 min); Total 59 min. Burlington VT, Nov 4. +B3.5 irp.

1984A     A TALE OF TWO CITIES - THE POLARIZATION OF URBAN ECONOMICS AND ITS
          CONSEQUENCES (Editor's Note: Contemporary Research on Pittsburgh; Overheads):
          Brian J. L. Berry. (90 Min). Hanover NH, Apr 18. *A1.5 irp.

1984B     FUSING SPACE AND TIME IN THE STUDY OF HUMAN EXPERIENCE & ACTIVITY:
          Torsten Hagerstrand (87 Min). Hanover NH, Apr 18. *A1.5 irp.

1984C.1   PANEL: GEOGRAPHERS, CARTOGRAPHERS AND THE SECOND WORLD WAR, FIELD WORK IN
          LATIN AMERICA. David G. Basile (17 Min). Washington DC, Apr 23. *A1.5 oep.


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1984D.1   PANEL: GEOGRAPHERS, CARTOGRAPHERS AND THE SECOND WORLD WAR, DAYS IN THE
          OSS; AREA STUDIES: Preston E. James (39 Min).
          Washington DC, Apr 23. *A1.5 oep.

1984E.1   PANEL: GEOGRAPHERS, CARTOGRAPHERS AND THE SECOND WORLD WAR, THE AGS; THE
          LIBRARY OF CONGRESS: Walter W. Ristow (14 Min). Washington DC, Apr 23.
          *A1.5 oep.

1984F.1   PANEL: GEOGRAPHERS, CARTOGRAPHERS AND THE SECOND WORLD WAR, MAPS AND MAP
          MAKING IN THE OSS: Arthur H. Robinson (27 Min). Washington DC, Apr 23.
          *A1.5 oep.

1984G.1   PANEL: GEOGRAPHERS, CARTOGRAPHERS AND THE SECOND WORLD WAR, AS A "C.O."
          DURING WWII; AREA STUDIES: Gilbert F. White (21 Min). Washington DC, Apr 23.
          *A1.5 oep.

1984H     NESTVAL ANNUAL MEETING BANQUET: Introduction: Maynard Weston Dow
          (4 Min); William T. Farrell, President, Plymouth State College (4 Min),
          Robert T. Aangeenbrug, Executive Director of the AAG, (13 Min), Geography As
          An Anticipatory Crisis-Oriented Discipline, NESTVAL Banquet Address:
          George J. Demko (40 Min), Total (61 Min). Waterville Valley NH, Oct 26.
          *A2.5 oep.

1984I.2   THE EVOLUTION OF GEOGRAPHY IN NEW ENGLAND COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES II,
          GEOGRAPHY AT CLARK: THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS, 1921-1970: William A.
          Koelsch (32 Min). Waterville Valley NH, Oct 27. *A3 irp.

1984J.2   THE EVOLUTION OF GEOGRAPHY AT NEW ENGLAND COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES II,
          A LOOK AT THE HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHY AT DARTMOUTH COLLEGE (1769-1975),
          A Paper By Robert B. Simpson, Presented by Robert E. Huke (30 Min).
          Waterville Valley NH, Oct 27. *A3 oep.

1984K.2   THE EVOLUTION OF GEOGRAPHY IN NEW ENGLAND COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES I,
          EIGHTY YEARS OF GEOGRAPHY AT MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE: Peter M. Enggass
          (23 Min). Waterville Valley NH, Oct 26. *A2 fpr.

1984L.2   THE EVOLUTION OF GEOGRAPHY IN NEW ENGLAND COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES I,
          THE HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHY AT SALEM STATE COLLEGE: Mildred Berman
          (23 Min). Waterville Valley NH, Oct 26. *A2 fpr.

1984M.2   THE EVOLUTION OF GEOGRAPHY IN NEW ENGLAND COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES I,
          GEOGRAPHY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT: Edward J. Miles (23 Min).
          Waterville Valley NH, Oct 26. *A2 irp.

1984N.2   THE EVOLUTION OF GEOGRAPHY IN NEW ENGLAND COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES II,
          GEOGRAPHY, GEOGRAPHERS AND YALE UNIVERSITY C. 1770-1970, An Illustrated
          Slide Lecture, Geoffrey J. Martin (29 Min). Waterville Valley NH,
          Oct 27. +A3.5 irp.

1984O.2   THE EVOLUTION OF GEOGRAPHY IN NEW ENGLAND COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES II,
          QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (12 Min). Waterville Valley NH, Oct 26. +C3 oep.

1984Q     RODNEY DANGERFIELD'S CHOSEN DISCIPLINE: Andrew R. Bodman (34 Min),
          Overheads Undistinguishable, Waterville Valley NH. Oct 27. *A2.5-BL fpr.

1984R     CONVERSATION WITH FACULTY AND STUDENTS: Kenneth E. Boulding (68 Min).
          Plymouth State College. Nov 30. *A1.5 oep.

1985A.1   CARL SAUER SPECIAL SESSION I - CARL SAUER, A SELF-DIRECTED CAREER:
          Homer Aschmann (18 Min). Detroit MI, Apr 25. +AabhI2 fpr.

1985B.1   CARL SAUER SPECIAL SESSION I - CARL SAUER, SCHOLAR AND CHARISMATIC LEADER,

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          THE LATE 1930S: Henry J. Bruman (25 Min). Detroit MI, Apr 25. +AabhI2 irp.

1985C.1   CARL SAUER SPECIAL SESSION I: SAUER AND "SAUEROLOGY," A STUDENT'S
          PERSPECTIVE: Marvin W. Mikesell (17 Min). Detroit MI, Apr 25. +A2 fpr.

1985D.1   CARL SAUER SPECIAL SESSION I - AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO ENERGY OPTIONS IN
          NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS AGRICULTURE: H. Leonard Sawatsky (28 Min).
          Detroit MI, Apr 25. +A2 fpr.

1985E.2   CARL SAUER SPECIAL SESSION II - LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON: WILLIAM ALBERT AND
          CARL ORTWIN SAUER: Martin S. Kenzer (27 Min). Detroit MI, Apr 25.
          +AabhI2 fpr.

1985F.2   CARL SAUER SPECIAL SESSION II - SAUER SOUTH BY SOUTHWEST - AN ANTIMODERNIST
          APOTHEOSIS: Kent Mathewson. (22 Min). Detroit MI, Apr 25. +A2 fpr.

1985G.2   CARL SAUER SPECIAL SESSION II - CARL SAUER AND CULTURAL EVOLUTION:
          Michael Solot (36 Min). Detroit MI, Apr 25. +AabhI2 fpr.

1985H.2   CARL SAUER SPECIAL SESSION II - DISCUSSANTS: J. Nicholas Entriken (5 Min)
          +A2 oep, Geoffrey J. Martin (18 Min) +A2 fpr, QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
          (12 Min) +CabhI3 fpr. Total (35 Min). Detroit MI, Apr 25.

1985I     WHAT HAPPENS WHEN AMERICANS FLUNK GEOGRAPHY: Gilbert M. Grosvenor, President,
          National Geographic Society (42 Min). Detroit MI, Apr 22. *A2 fpr.

1986A.1   RALPH HALL BROWN SPECIAL SESSION - INTRODUCTION AND 35MM
          SLIDE REVIEW OF MINNESOTA GEOGRAPHY C. 1930S AND 1940S:
          Warren D. Kress (11 Min). Minneapolis MN, May 5. *A1.5 oep

1986B.1   RALPH HALL BROWN SPECIAL SESSION - THE RELEVANCY OF RALPH
          BROWN'S METHODOLOGY TO SCIENTIFIC GEOGRAPHY: Verdell F. Borth
          (14 Min). Minneapolis MN, May 5. *A1.5 fpr

1986C.1   RALPH HALL BROWN SPECIAL SESSION - THE REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY OF
          RALPH BROWN: Fred E. Lukermann (17 Min). Minneapolis MN,
          May 5. *A1.5 irp

1986D.1   RALPH HALL BROWN SPECIAL SESSION DISCUSSANT (Minnesota
          Historian): Clarke A. Chambers (16 Min). Minneapolis MN,
          May 5. *A1.5 oep



1986E.1   RALPH HALL BROWN SPECIAL SESSION DISCUSSANT: Hildegard Binder
          Johnson (32 Min). *A1.5 oep; CONCLUDING COMMENTARY: Richard
          Hartshorne (1 Min). *C1 oep. Minneapolis MN, May 5.

1987A.1   THE CAREER OF J. E. SPENCER - JOSEPH E. SPENCER TEACHER AND ORIENTALIST:
          Robert M. Newcomb (29 Min). Portland OR, Apr 23. *A1.5 fpr.

1987B.1   THE CAREER OF J. E. SPENCER - THE EVOLUTION OF CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY, AND ASIA,
          EAST BY SOUTH, THE TWO TEXTBOOKS OF J. E. SPENCER: William L. Thomas
          (35 Min). Portland OR. Apr 23. *A1.5 fpr.

1987C.1   THE CAREER OF J.E. SPENCER DISCUSSANT: Herbert M. Eder (13 Min).
          Portland OR, Apr 23. *A1.5 fpr.

1987D.1   THE CAREER OF J.E. SPENCER DISCUSSANT: C. L. Salter (12 Min).
          Portland OR, Apr 23. *A1.5 oep.

1988A     THE HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY IMPERATIVE: Donald W. Meinig (43 Min).

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          Phoenix AZ, Apr 7. *BabhIII3 fpr.

1988B.1   GEOGRAPHY, GEOPOLITICS AND FASCISM IN THE INTERWAR YEARS I - GEOPOLITIK AND
          CARTOGRAPHY IN THE BORDER REGIONS OF THE GERMAN SPEAKING AREA, 1919-1945:
          Guntram Henrik Herb (18 Min). Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *A1 fpr.

1988C.1   GEOGRAPHY, GEOPOLITICS AND FASCISM IN THE INTERWAR YEARS I - THE IMPORTANCE
          OF FIRST-WORLD-WAR TO GEOPOLITICS AND POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY IN GERMANY AT THE
          BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURY: Klaus Kost (18 Min).
          Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *A1.5 fpr.

1988D.1   GEOGRAPHY, GEOPOLITICS AND FASCISM IN THE INTERWAR YEARS I - HAUSHOFER'S
          GEOPOLITICS IN THE SOVIET UNION: Ladis K. Kristof (19 Min).
          Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *A1 oep.

1988E.1   GEOGRAPHY, GEOPOLITICS AND FASCISM IN THE INTERWAR YEARS I - GEOGRAPHY AND
          AREA RESEARCH IN NAZI GERMANY, WALTER CHRISTALLER'S CENTRAL PLACE THEORY AND
          ITS APPLICATIONS, 1933-1945: Mechtild Roessler (11 Min).
          Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *A1 fpr.

1988F.1   GEOGRAPHY, GEOPOLITICS AND FASCISM IN THE INTERWAR YEARS I
          DISCUSSANT: Mark Bassin (9 Min). Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *A1.5 oep.

1988G.1   GEOGRAPHY, GEOPOLITICS AND FASCISM IN THE INTERWAR YEARS I
          ccDISCUSSANT: John V. O'Loughlin (11 Min). Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *A2 oep.

1988H.2   GEOGRAPHY IN SPAIN IN THE MID AND LATE 1930s: Pilar Bosque-Sendra (15 Min).
          QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS: (3 Min). Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *A1.5 fpr.


1988I.2   GEOGRAPHY, GEOPOLITICS AND FASCISM IN THE INTERWAR YEARS II - GEOGRAPHY AND
          FASCISM IN FRANCE IN THE 1920s AND 1930s: Paul Claval (20 Min).
          QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS: (7 Min). Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *CabhII3.5-BL oep.

1988J.2   GEOGRAPHY, GEOPOLITICS AND FASCISM IN THE INTERWAR YEARS II - TALKING ABOUT
          "DACHAU" GEOGRAPHICALLY: Rudi Hartmann (27 Min). QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
          (4 Min). Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *A1 oep; 35mm slides D2.5

1988K.2   GEOGRAPHY, GEOPOLITICS AND FASCISM IN THE INTERWAR YEARS II DISCUSSANT:
          Geoffrey J. Martin (12 Min). *A1 oep; QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS: (2 Min)
          *D2 oep. Phoenix AZ, Apr 8.

1988L.2   GEOGRAPHY, GEOPOLITICS AND FASCISM IN THE INTERWAR YEARS II DISCUSSANT:
          Neil Smith (6 Min). Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *A1 oep.

1988M.3   PANEL - HARVARD AND AMERICAN ACADEMIC GEOGRAPHY - INTRODUCTION:
          Allen D. Bushong (7 Min). Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *AabhII1-bnas oep.

1988N.3   PANEL - HARVARD AND AMERICAN ACADEMIC GEOGRAPHY:
          Brian J. L. Berry (14 Min). Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *AabhII1-bnas oep.

1988P.3   PANEL - HARVARD AND AMERICAN ACADEMIC GEOGRAPHY:
          Donald J. Patton (17 Min). Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *AabhII1-bnas oep.

1988Q.3   PANEL - HARVARD AND AMERICAN ACADEMIC GEOGRAPHY:
          Neil Smith (9 Min). Phoenix AZ, Apr 8. *AabhI1-bnas oep.

1988R.3   PANEL - HARVARD AND AMERICAN ACADEMIC GEOGRAPHY - DISCUSSION
          (16 Min) *AabhII1-bnas oep; QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (27 Min)
          *CabhII3-bnas oep. Phoenix AZ, Apr 8.

1988S     MR SAUER - THE MENTOR AND DISCIPLES: Homer Aschmann, Henry J. Bruman,

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          George   F. Carter, Andrew H. Clark, William M. Denevan, Samuel N. Dicken,
          Leslie   Hewes, Clarissa T. Kimber, Fred B. Kniffen, John B. Leighly,
          Marvin   W. Mikesell, James J. Parsons, Carl O. Sauer, Joseph E. Spencer,
          Wilbur   Zelinsky. (60 Min). [S]B2/3 oep.

1988T     HARVARD IN THE 40S, RECOLLECTIONS OF THE DEMISE: John P. Augelli,
          Saul B. Cohen, J. Rowland Illick, George K. Lewis, Peter H. Nash. (38 Min).
          [S]B1.5 oep.

1988U     THE QR: REFLECTIONS (1971-1988) ABOUT THE QUANTITATIVE
          REVOLUTION IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY: Brian J.L. Berry, William Bunge,
          William L. Garrison, Richard Hartshorne, G. Donald Hudson, Clyde F. Kohn,
          Harold H. McCarty, J. Ross Mackay, Duane F. Marble, Richard L. Morrill,
          Edward J. Taaffe, Edward L. Ullman. (59 Min). [S]B2/3 oep.

1989A     PANEL - ASK THE EDITORS: Stanley D. Brunn, Christina Dando,
          Susan Hanson, Donald G. Janelle, Jeanne Kay, Paul A. Kay, Harold
          A. Winters. (100 Min). Baltimore MD, Mar 20. *A1abhI oep.

1989B.1   LECTURES ON THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PUBLICATION OF THE NATURE OF
          GEOGRAPHY - HARTSHORNE'S AREAL DIFFERENTIATION AND THE NEO-KANTIAN LEGACY IN
          THE LATE TWENTIETH-CENTURY GEOGRAPHY: J. Nicholas Entrikin (38 Min).
          Baltimore MD, Mar 20. *A1 fpr.

1989C.1   LECTURES ON THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PUBLICATION OF THE NATURE OF
          GEOGRAPHY - THE NATURE OF GEOGRAPHY: POST HOC, ERGO PROPTER HOC?
          Fred E. Lukermann (40 Min). Baltimore MD, Mar 20. *A1 fpr.

1989D.1   LECTURES ON THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PUBLICATION OF THE NATURE OF
          GEOGRAPHY DISCUSSANT: David Stoddart (10 Min). Baltimore MD, Mar 20. *A1 oep.

1989E.2   PANEL, ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION OF URBAN GEOGRAPHY IN ITS FORMATIVE YEARS:
          Howard L. Green (7 Min). Baltimore MD, Mar 21. *A2 fpr.

1989F.2   ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION OF URBAN GEOGRAPHY IN ITS FORMATIVE YEARS,
          URBAN GEOGRAPHY AT CHICAGO PRIOR TO WW II: Chauncy D. Harris (13 Min).
          Baltimore MD, Apr 21. *A2 fpr.

1989G.2   ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION OF URBAN GEOGRAPHY IN ITS FORMATIVE YEARS: Clyde F.
          Kohn, read by James Wheeler (9 Min). Baltimore MD, Apr 21. *A2 irp.

1989H.2   ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION OF URBAN GEOGRAPHY IN ITS FORMATIVE YEARS, PERSONAL
          RECOLLECTIONS: Harold M. Mayer (18 Min). Baltimore MD, Apr 21. *A1.5 irp.

1989I.2   ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION OF URBAN GEOGRAPHY IN ITS FORMATIVE YEARS, PERSONAL
          RECOLLECTIONS: Edward J. Taaffe (22 Min). Baltimore MD, Apr 21. *A1.5 irp.

1989J.2   ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION OF URBAN GEOGRAPHY IN ITS FORMATIVE YEARS,
          ICONOCLASTIC URBAN GEOGRAPHER: James E. Vance, Jr. (11 Min).
          Baltimore MD, Apr 21. *A1.5 irp.

1990A.1   GEOGRAPHIC THOUGHT IN THE US AND CANADA, 100 YEARS OF ACADEMIC
          INTERCOURSE, A. H. CLARK AND THE IDEA OF HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY:
          Leonard T. Guelke (14 Min). Toronto, Apr 20. *A2/3 fpr.

1990B.1   GEOGRAPHIC THOUGHT IN THE US AND CANADA, 100 YEARS OF ACADEMIC INTERCOURSE,
          THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF GEOGRAPHY AT CLARK AND ITS INFLUENCE ON CANADIAN
          GEOGRAPHY PROGRAMS: Courtice G. Rose (20 Min). Toronto, Apr 20. *A2/3 fpr.

1990C.1   GEOGRAPHIC THOUGHT IN THE US AND CANADA, 100 YEARS OF ACADEMIC INTERCOURSE,
          CAN GEOGRAPHERS IN THE USA AND CANADA CONTRIBUTE TO PEACE? ONE SUGGESTION IN
          THE PAST; ONE CHALLENGE FOR THE PRESENT: O.F.G. Sitwell (26 Min).

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          Toronto, Apr 20. *BabhI3BL fpr.

1990D.1   GEOGRAPHIC THOUGHT IN THE US AND CANADA, 100 YEARS OF ACADEMIC INTERCOURSE
          DISCUSSANT: Allen D. Bushong (18 Min). Toronto, Apr 20. *AabhII4BL fpr.

1990E.2   GEOGRAPHIC THOUGHT IN THE US AND CANADA, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF 500 YEARS
          OF CONTINENTAL SHARING, NATIONAL DISTINCTIONS IN NORTH AMERICAN URBANISM:
          William R. Code (26 Min). Toronto, Apr 20. *A2 fpr.

1990F.2   GEOGRAPHIC THOUGHT IN THE US AND CANADA, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF 500 YEARS
          OF CONTINENTAL SHARING, EARLY GEOGRAPHIES OF NORTH AMERICA - AMERINDIANS,
          EXPLORERS AND GEOGRAPHY MAKERS: G. Malcolm Lewis (22 Min).
          Toronto, Apr 20. *BabhI3BL fpr.

1990G.2   GEOGRAPHIC THOUGHT IN THE US AND CANADA, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF 500 YEARS
          OF CONTINENTAL SHARING, CONTINENTAL SHARING BY UNITED STATES AND CANADA:
          Cotton Mather (13 Min). Toronto, Apr 20. *A2 fpr.

1990H.2   GEOGRAPHIC THOUGHT IN THE US AND CANADA, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF 500 YEARS
          OF CONTINENTAL SHARING DISCUSSANT. Victor A. Konrad (21 Min).
          Toronto, Apr 20. *A2 fpr.

1990I.3   HISTORY OF CLIMATOLOGY I, PHYSICAL AND BOUNDARY LAYER CLIMATOLOGY,
          OVERHEADS: Anthony J. Brazel (20 Min). Toronto Apr 21. *A1 fpr.

1990J.3   HISTORY OF CLIMATOLOGY I, SYNOPTIC CLIMATOLOGY - THEMES, APPLICATIONS AND
          PROSPECTS, ILLUSTRATED: Jay E. Harmon (20 Min). Toronto, Apr 21. *A1 fpr.

1990K.3   HISTORY OF CLIMATOLOGY I, HISTORY OF DYNAMIC CLIMATOLOGY:
          John N. Rayner (20 Min). Toronto, Apr 21. *A4BL ipr.

1990L.3   HISTORY OF CLIMATOLOGY I, PALEOCLIMATES, ILLUSTRATED:
          Wayne M. Wendland (20 Min). Toronto, Apr 21. *A1 fpr.

1990M.4   HISTORY OF CLIMATOLOGY II, HISTORY OF HYDROCLIMATOLGY:
          Larry S. Kalkstein (18 Min). Toronto, Apr 21. *A1 fpr.

1990N.4   HISTORY OF CLIMATOLOGY II, HISTORY OF HYDROCLIMATOLGY:
          John R. Mather (20 Min). Toronto, Apr 21. *A1 fpr.

1990P.4   HISTORY OF CLIMATOLOGY II, REGIONAL CLIMATES AND CLIMATE INFORMATION
          SYSTEMS, ILLUSTRATED WITH OVERHEADS: Robert A. Muller (20 Min).
          Toronto, Apr 21. *A1 fpr.

1990Q.4   HISTORY OF CLIMATOLOGY II, CLIMATIC CLASSIFICATION, HISTORY, STATUS AND
          FUTURE, ILLUSTRATED WITH OVERHEADS: John E. Oliver (20 Min). Toronto, Apr 21,
          *A1 fpr.

1990R.5   THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF ACADEMIC CARTOGRAPHY IN THE UNITED STATES,
          1920-1980; THE EARLY YEARS OF AMERICAN ACADEMIC CARTOGRAPHY: (SLIDE
          PRESENTATION): Norman J. W. Thrower (25 Min).
          Toronto, Apr 21. *A2 fpr; slides = *A2.

1990S.5   THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF ACADEMIC CARTOGRAPHY IN THE UNITED STATES,
          1920-1980; THE DEVELOPMENT OF CARTOGRAPHY AT KANSAS:
          George F. Jenks (29 Min). Toronto, Apr 21. *A2 irp.

1990T.5   THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF ACADEMIC CARTOGRAPHY IN THE UNITED STATES,
          1920-1980; THE DEVELOPMENT OF CARTOGRAPHY AT KANSAS COMMENTARY:
          Patricia P. Gilmartin (12 Min). Toronto, Apr 21. *A2 irp.

1990U.5   THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF ACADEMIC CARTOGRAPHY IN THE UNITED STATES,

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           1920-1950; HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF CARTOGRAPHY AT WASHINGTON:
           John C. Sherman (33 Min). Toronto, Apr 21. *A2 oep.

1990V.5    THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF ACADEMIC CARTOGRAPHY IN THE UNITED STATES,
           1920-1980; THE DEVELOPMENT OF CARTOGRAPHY AT WISCONSIN:
           Arthur H. Robinson (18 Min). Toronto, Apr 21. *A2 fpr.

1990W.5    THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF ACADEMIC CARTOGRAPHY IN THE UNITED STATES,
           1920-1980; THE DEVELOPMENT OF CARTOGRAPHY AT WISCONSIN COMMENTARY:
           Barbara B. Petchenik (8 Min). Toronto Apr 21. *A2 fpr.

1990X.6    PANEL DISCUSSION ON HISTORIC DEVELOPMENTS IN GEOMORPHOLOGY: THE EFFECT OF (1)
           RELIGION/BELIEF SYSTEMS UPON GEOMORPHOLOGY, AND (2) THE FACT THAT OUR SCIENCE
           IS STRADDLED BY TWO DISCIPLINES: Bernard O. Bauer (13 Min). Toronto, Apr 22.
           *AabhI2 oep.

1990Y.6    PANEL DISCUSSION ON HISTORIC DEVELOPMENTS IN GEOMORPHOLOGY, THE INFLUENCE OF
           UPPSALA (1930S) AND THE BELGIAN SCHOOL ON EUROPEAN GEOMORPHOLOGY;
           ILLUSTRATED: Rorke B. Bryan (14 Min). Toronto, Apr 22. *AabhI2 oep.

1990Z.6    PANEL DISCUSSION ON HISTORIC DEVELOPMENTS IN GEOMORPHOLOGY - INFLUENCES OF
           ALLIED DISCIPLINES AND SPECIALISTS ON ONE'S WORK, e.g. LARGE MASS MOVEMENTS:
           David R. Butler (7 Min). Toronto, Apr 22. *AabhI3 oep.

1990AA.6   PANEL DISCUSSION ON HISTORIC DEVELOPMENTS IN GEOMORPHOLOGY -
           THE DEVELOPMENT OF GEOMORPHOLOGY IN CANADA:
           Robin G. Davidson-Arnott (13 Min). Toronto, Apr 22. *AabhI2 oep.

1990BB.6   PANEL DISCUSSION ON HISTORIC DEVELOPMENTS IN GEOMORPHOLOGY: SELECTED
           LANDMARK CONTRIBUTIONS (KIRK BRYAN & CLAUDE C. ALBRITTON, 1943; STONE LINES)
           IN GEOMORPHOLOGY (ILLUSTRATED) Donald Lee Johnson (16 Min).
           Toronto, Apr 22. *AabhI2 oep.

1990CC.6   PANEL DISCUSSION ON HISTORIC DEVELOPMENTS IN GEOMORPHOLOGY, THE SOIL EROSION
           PROBLEMS OF THE 1930s AND THE IMPACT OF FEDERALLY-SPONSORED PROCESS
           GEOMORPHOLOGY: Stanley W. Trimble (10 Min). Toronto, Apr 22. *AabhI2 oep.

1990DD.6   PANEL DISCUSSION ON HISTORIC DEVELOPMENTS IN GEOMORPHOLOGY, THE INFLUENCE OF
           RICHARD J. RUSSELL: H. J. Walker (15 Min). Toronto, Apr 22. *AabhI2 oep.

1990EE     PANEL, LEADING A GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT IN THE 1990S: Andrew R. Bodman,
           Saul B. Cohen, Harvey K. Flad, John L. George, Norah F. Henry, Judith W.
           Meyer, Alan H. Strahler. (87 Min). Norwich CT, Oct 12. *AabhI1 oep.

1990FF     G.I.S. IN THE 1990S. Michael F. Goodchild (43 Min).
           Norwich CT, Oct 12. *A2 irp.

1990GG     WOMEN GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM I, A RETROSPECTIVE: SURVIVAL IN THE MALE-DOMINATED
           ACADEME: Mildred Berman, Barbara Borowiecki, Susan Hanson,
           Clarissa T. Kimber, Janice Monk, and Alice T. M. Rechlin. (29 Min).
           Miami FL, Apr 16, 1991. [S]*B2 oep.

1991A      WOMEN GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM II, RETROSPECTIVE, PLUS COMMENTARY: 1991
           Retrospective Production (29 Min) Featuring Mildred Berman, Barbara
           Borowiecki, Susan Hanson, Clarissa T. Kimber, Janice Monk, and Alice T. M.
           Rechlin. COMMENTARY (29 Min) ensues by Alice C. Andrews, Hilary Lambert
           Hopper, Jeanne Kay, Sharon Thomas, Sarah Zapolsky, and Marie Zimmerman.
           (58 Min Total) Miami FL, Apr 16. *A/B1abhII oep.

1991B      PANEL, THE POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE POST COLD WAR WORLD: John A. Agnew,
           Saul B. Cohen, Harm J. de Blij, John V. O'Loughlin, Peter J. Taylor,
           Herman Van Der Wusten. (91 Min). Miami FL, Apr 15. *A1 oep.

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1991C.1   FEMINISM AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF GEOGRAPHICAL KNOWLEDGE, IN WHOSE WORDS? ON
          GENDER IDENTITIES AND SPEAKING POSITIONS: Liz Bondi (20 Min).
          Miami FL, Apr 16. *A1 fpr.

1991D.1   FEMINISM AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF GEOGRAPHICAL KNOWLEDGE, "NO MAN'S LAND" –
          VICTORIAN WOMEN EXPLORERS AND PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL KNOWLEDGE:
          Mona Domosh (20 Min). Miami FL, Apr 16. *A1 fpr.

1991E.1   FEMINISM AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF GEOGRAPHICAL KNOWLEDGE, WOMEN ON THE EDGE OF
          SPACE: Cindi R. Katz (20 Min). Miami FL, Apr 16. *A1 fpr.

1991F.1   FEMINISM AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF GEOGRAPHICAL KNOWLEDGE, GEOGRAPHY AND
          MYTHOS; OR, JOSEPH CAMPBELL MEETS PRESTON JAMES:
          Jeanne Kay. (20 Min). Miami FL, Apr 16. *A1 fpr.

1991G     PATHFINDER (BOWDITCH) IN EARLY NEW ENGLAND SCIENCE: Mildred Berman (39 Min).
          Montreal, Oct 5. *A1 fpr.

1991H     WILLIAM E. GLADSTONE AND BRONZE AGE GEOGRAPHY: William A. Koelsch (27 Min).
          Montreal, Oct 5. *A1 fpr.

1991I     PANEL, UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMING IN GEOGRAPHY FOR THE 1990S:
          Maynard Weston Dow, David B. Frost, Douglas L. Johnson, Judith W. Meyer,
          Reed F. Stewart (83 Min). Montreal, Oct 5. *A1 oep.

1991J     GEOGRAPHIC REMINISCENCES: RECOLLECTIONS OF ASSOCIATION WITH AND/OR RESEARCH
          ON, SELECTED LUMINARIES OF GEOGRAPHY, INCLUDING: H. BARROWS, W. M. DAVIS,
          E. HUNTINGTON, L. D. STAMP, D. WHITTLESEY, S. W. WOOLDRIDGE, J. K. WRIGHT;
          PLUS COMMENTS ABOUT: CHICAGO, HARVARD, ARCHIVAL SOURCES, AND THE ORIGIN OF
          THE ARCHIVES AND ASSOCIATION HISTORY COMMITTEE: Geoffrey J. Martin (47 Min).
          Plymouth NH, Apr 28. *A1 oep.

1991K     AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY, THE EMERGENCE OF DISCIPLINE I, LECTURE WITH OVERHEADS
          OF ARCHIVES, Geoffrey J. Martin (23 Min). Plymouth NH, Apr 28. *A1 oep.

1991L     AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY, THE EMERGENCE OF DISCIPLINE II: AN ILLUSTRATED SLIDE
          LECTURE: Geoffrey J. Martin (29 Min). Plymouth NH, Apr 28. *A1 oep.

1992A.1   SYMPOSIUM: GEOGRAPHY AND THE LEGACY OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE -
          THE SEMPLE TRUTH: Fred E. Lukermann (43 Min), INTRODUCTION: Harvey K. Flad
          (9 Min), Q&A: 18 Min. Poughkeepsie NY, Apr 2, +A3 fpr.
          Donated by Harvey K. Flad, Vassar College.

1992B.2   SYMPOSIUM: GEOGRAPHY AND THE LEGACY OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE - THE ROAD TO
          LEIPZIG, Illustrated: Allen Bushong (42 Min), INTRODUCTION: Harvey K. Flad
          (8 Min), Q&A: 6 Min. Poughkeepsie NY, Apr 3, *A2 fpr.
          Donated by Harvey K. Flad, Vassar College.

1992C.2   SYMPOSIUM: GEOGRAPHY AND THE LEGACY OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE - SEMPLE IN
          KENTUCKY AND AT CHICAGO, Illustrated: Wilford A. Bladen (47 Min),
          INTRODUCTION: Philip Thiuri (3.5 Min). Poughkeepsie NY, Apr 3, *A2.5 oep.
          Donated by Harvey K. Flad, Vassar College.

1992D.2   SYMPOSIUM: GEOGRAPHY AND THE LEGACY OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE - THE
          GEOGRAPHICAL INFLUENCES OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE AT CLARK UNIVERSITY:
          Mildred Berman (29 Min), INTRODUCTION: Philip Thiuri (5 Min).
          Poughkeepsie NY, Apr 3, *A2.5 fpr. Donated by Harvey K. Flad, Vassar College.

1992E.2   SYMPOSIUM: GEOGRAPHY AND THE LEGACY OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE - LETTERS
          (RE MISS SEMPLE) FROM RICHARD HARTSHORNE AND MEREDITH BURRILL, read by
          Harvey K. Flad (8 Min). Poughkeepsie NY, Apr 3, *A2.5 fpr.

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          Donated by Harvey K. Flad, Vassar College.

1992F.2   SYMPOSIUM: GEOGRAPHY AND THE LEGACY OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE - DETERMINING
          HER PLACE - ELLEN SEMPLE, WOMEN AND THE GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES: Karen J.
          De Bres (26 Min). Poughkeepsie NY, Apr 3, *AahbI3 fpr.
          Donated by Harvey K. Flad, Vassar College.

1992G.2   SYMPOSIUM: GEOGRAPHY AND THE LEGACY OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE - WHEN WILL THE
          DOG BARK?: GEOGRAPHERS, CLASSICISTS, AND THE SEMPLE LEGACY: William A.
          Koelsch (33 Min). Poughkeepsie NY, Apr 3, *AahbI3 fpr.
          Donated by Harvey K. Flad, Vassar College.

1992H.2   SYMPOSIUM: GEOGRAPHY AND THE LEGACY OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE - BARRIERS AND
          BREACHES: ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE'S WORKS ON NORTH AMERICA AND THE
          MEDITERRANEAN AS MODELS FOR REGIONAL DIFFERENTIATION. Kathleen Braden
          (30 Min), INTRODUCTION: Brian J. Godfrey (3 Min).
          Poughkeepsie NY, Apr 3, *A2 fpr. Donated by Harvey K. Flad, Vassar College.

1992J.2   SYMPOSIUM: GEOGRAPHY AND THE LEGACY OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE - MORE PIECES
          OF SEMPLE: CASE STUDIES FROM JAPAN: Carolyn Cartier (62 Min), INTRODUCTION:
          Brian J. Godfrey: 2.5 Min, [Q&A 3 Min *D2 oep].
          Poughkeepsie NY, Apr 3, *A1.5 fpr. Donated by Harvey K. Flad, Vassar College.

1992K.2   SYMPOSIUM: GEOGRAPHY AND THE LEGACY OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE - FINDING THEIR
          PLACE: WOMEN GEOGRAPHERS AT WORK IN THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY: Janice Monk
          (59 Min), INTRODUCTION: Jo Margaret Mano: 3 Min, [Q&A: 15 Min *D2 oep].
          Poughkeepsie NY, Apr 3, *A1.5 fpr. Donated by Harvey K. Flad, Vassar College.

1992L.3   SYMPOSIUM: GEOGRAPHY AND THE LEGACY OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE - "GREEN FIELDS
          AND PASTURES NEW": THE HISTORY OF GEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY AT VASSAR COLLEGE,
          1865-1992, Illustrated, Harvey K. Flad (48 Min), INTRODUCTION: Jeffrey Walker
          (4 Min). [Q&A: 11 Min *E3 oep]. Poughkeepsie NY, Apr 4, *A1.5 fpr.
          Donated by Harvey K. Flad, Vassar College.

1992M.3   SYMPOSIUM: GEOGRAPHY AND THE LEGACY OF ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE - PANEL,
          GEOGRAPHY IN THE UNDERGRADUATE LIBERAL ARTS: Donald R. Deskins (11 Min),
          Robert A. Elgie (11 Min), Brian J. Godfrey (10 Min), Susan Hanson (15 Min),
          Mary J. Jacob (18 Min). Total: 65 Min, [Q&A: *C1.5 oep].
          Poughkeepsie NY, Apr 4, *A1.5 oep. Donated by Harvey K. Flad, Vassar College.

1992N     PANEL, HOW BOOKS GET PUBLISHED: Shannon Davies, John Fraser Hart,
          Penelope Kaiserlian, Christine Szuter, George F. Thompson. (91 Min).
          San Diego CA, Apr 20. *BabhI2 oep.

1992P     AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY, QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS: Geoffrey J. Martin (24 Min),
          Plymouth NH, Apr 28. *A/B1abhII oep.

1993A.1   ROUNDTABLE DIALOGUE ON THE HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHY, PREVAILING THEMES AND
          FUTURE NEEDS, SOME PROBLEMS WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE HISTORY OF
          GEOGRAPHY: Mark Bassin (9 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *A1.5 irp.

1993B.1   ROUNDTABLE DIALOGUE ON THE HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHY, PREVAILING THEMES AND
          FUTURE NEEDS, J. K. WRIGHT: Allen D. Bushong (10 Min).
          Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *A1.5 fpr.

1993C.1   ROUNDTABLE DIALOGUE ON THE HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHY, PREVAILING THEMES AND
          FUTURE NEEDS, PROFESSIONALIZATION AND DISCIPLINING OF THE HISTORY OF
          GEOGRAPHY: J. Nicholas Entrikin (12 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *A1.5 fpr.

1993D.1   ROUNDTABLE DIALOGUE ON THE HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHY, PREVAILING THEMES AND
          FUTURE NEEDS, PRIVATE/PERSONAL CONTEXT WITHIN THE HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHY:


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          Martin S. Kenzer (16 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *A1.5 fpr.

1993E.1   ROUNDTABLE DIALOGUE ON THE HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHY, PREVAILING THEMES AND
          FUTURE NEEDS, THE HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHY AS A SPECIALIZATION:
          Geoffrey J. Martin (9 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *A1.5 fpr.

1993F.1   ROUNDTABLE DIALOGUE ON THE HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHY, PREVAILING THEMES AND
          FUTURE NEEDS, POTENTIAL DIRECTIONS THE HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHY, WIDENING THE
          POOL OF ACTORS AND IDEAS: Janice Monk (10 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *A1.5 fpr.

1993G.2   GEOGRAPHY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS, EVOLUTION AND OUTLOOK I, INITIAL CONDITIONS
          (1954-1960), A PERSONAL MEMOIR: Brian J. L. Berry (32 Min).
          Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *A1 fpr.

1993H.2   GEOGRAPHY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS, EVOLUTION AND OUTLOOK I, SPATIAL ANALYSIS AND
          GEOGRAPHY DOWNUNDER: Leslie J. King (26 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *A1 fpr.

1993I.2   GEOGRAPHY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS, EVOLUTION AND OUTLOOK I, GEOGRAPHY AS
          SCIENCE: Richard L. Morrill (19 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *A1 fpr.

1993J.3   GEOGRAPHY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS, EVOLUTION AND OUTLOOK II, SPATIAL ANALYSIS
          AND EMPIRICALLY VALIDATED THEORY IN CONTEMPORARY GEOGRAPHY:
          Emileo Casetti (19 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *A1 fpr.

1993K.3   GEOGRAPHY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS, EVOLUTION AND OUTLOOK II, SPATIAL ANALYSIS
          AND LEADERSHIP IN GEOGRAPHY: Arthur Getis (19 Min), QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
          (5 Min); Audience - Right to Left: Les King, Howard Gauthier, Richard
          Morrill, and Brian Berry, (24 Min Total). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *A1 fpr.

1993L.3   GEOGRAPHY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS, EVOLUTION AND OUTLOOK II, NEVER QUESTION THE
          ASSUMPTIONS, AND OTHER SCENES FROM THE REVOLUTION: Susan Hanson (15 Min).
          Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *B2 fpr.

1993M.3   GEOGRAPHY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS, EVOLUTION AND OUTLOOK II, HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN
          SPATIAL SCIENCE: Gerard Rushton (20 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *A1 fpr.

1993N.4   FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PROFESSIONAL
          GEOGRAPHERS, THE ORIGIN AND PRESERVATION OF THE MULTIPLE NOMINATION
          PRINCIPLE: Meredith F. Burrill (8 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *C/D3 fpr.

1993O.4   FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR
          PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHERS, THE MERGER OF THE ASPG AND THE AAG:
          Chauncy D. Harris (24 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *B/C3 irp.

1993P.4   FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR
          PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHERS, ORIGIN OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR
          PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHERS, TAKE-OVER AND COVER-UP BY THE
          ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS: F. Webster McBryde (read by
          E. Willard Miller) 18 Min. Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *B/C3 fpr.

1993Q.4   FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR
          PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHERS, THE YOUNG GEOGRAPHERS, 1936-1943:
          Shannon McCune (read by John E. Bodenman) (12 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8.
          *B/C3 fpr.

1993R.4   FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR
          PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHERS, THE ASPG - GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:
          E. Willard Miller (15 Min). Atlanta GA, Apr 8. *B/C3 fpr.

1993S.4   FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR
          PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHERS, RECOLLECTIONS OF THE ASPG AND THE AAG:
          Walter W. Ristow (read by Laura Geller). 16 Min. Atlanta GA, Apr 8.

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          *B3 fpr.

1993T     THE 1993 AMERICAN STATE OF GEOGRAPHY, A DECADE AFTER NATION
          AT RISK: C. L. Salter (49 Min). Keene, NH, Oct 8. *B2 fpr.

1994A     GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM, THE FIRST QUARTER CENTURY, A SILVER ANNIVERSARY SAMPLER:
          Homer Aschmann, David G. Basile, Robert B. Beckinsale, Hildegard Binder
          Johnson, Jan O. M. Broek, Richard J. Chorley, Maynard Weston Dow, Edward B.
          Espenshade, Jr., T. W. Freeman, Jean Gottmann, Chauncy D. Harris, John Fraser
          Hart, Richard Hartshorne, Preston E. James, Fred B. Kniffen, Clyde F. Kohn,
          John B. Leighly, Fred E. Lukermann, F. Webster McBryde, Melvin G. Marcus,
          Geoffrey J. Martin, Marvin W. Mikesell, Hallock F. Raup, Arthur H. Robinson,
          Carl O. Sauer, Joseph E. Spencer, Edward L. Ullman, Gilbert F. White,
          Wilbur Zelinsky. (36 Min). [S]AabhI2 oep.

1994B     GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM, THE FIRST QUARTER CENTURY: Maynard Weston Dow,
          John Fraser Hart, Geoffrey J. Martin, Marvin W. Mikesell, Wilbur Zelinsky.
          (50 Min). For best viewing it is advisable to insert 1994A above into the
          space provided on this video, or show 1994A above separately.
          (1994A + 1994B = 86 Min). San Francisco CA, Apr 1. *A1 fpr/oep.

1994C.1   GEOGRAPHY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS, ALTERNATIVE VIEWPOINTS, QUANTITATIVE METHODS
          AND HUMAN GEOGRAPHY, A RE-EVALUATION: Kevin R. Cox (18 Min).
          San Francisco CA, Apr 1. *A1.5 oep.

1994D.1   GEOGRAPHY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS, ALTERNATIVE VIEWPOINTS, THE CONCEPT OF
          TERRESTRIAL SPACES: Fred E. Lukermann (17 Min).
          San Francisco CA, Apr 1. *A1.5 fpr.

1994E.1   GEOGRAPHY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS, ALTERNATIVE VIEWPOINTS, SPACE, SCIENCE AND
          SOCIETY, SPATIAL ANALYSIS IN THE 1990s: Eric S. Sheppard (23 Min).
          QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. (7 Min). San Francisco CA, Apr 1. *AabhI1.5 oep.

1994F.1   GEOGRAPHY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS, ALTERNATIVE VIEWPOINTS, MIGRATIONS,
          REVENSTEIN, THORNTHWAITE AND BEYOND: Waldo R. Tobler (18 Min).
          San Francisco CA, Apr 1. *CabhII4-BL oep.

1994G     PANEL, WOMEN IN THE FIELD, PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE REALITIES I:
          Judith A. Carney, Barbara E. Fredrich, Janet D. Momsen, Janice Monk.
          (96 Min). San Francisco CA, Apr 1. *A1.5 oep.

1994H     PANEL, WOMEN IN THE FIELD, PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE REALITIES II:
          Teresa L. Dillinger, Barbara E. Fredrich, Ellen R. Hansen, Debra Sharkey.
          (66 Min). San Francisco CA, Apr 1. *A1.5 oep.

1994I     THIRTY YEARS OF RESEARCH, A SCHOLAR'S ASSESSMENT:
          Harold A. Winters (50 Min). Plymouth NH, Apr 21. *AabhI3-BL oep.

1995A     PANEL, THE NATURE AND NURTURE OF MAP SKILLS, CULTURE, INNATENESS, AND
          DEVELOPMENT: James M. Blaut, Roger M. Downs, Lynn S. Liben,
          Herbert L. Pick, Jr., Christopher Spencer, David Stea. (153 Min).
          Chicago IL, Mar 16. *A1.5 oep.

1995B.1   DEVELOPMENT OF GEOGRAPHY IN ILLINOIS, ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE AT CHICAGO AND
          CLARK: Mildred Berman (read by William A. Koelsch) 14 Min.
          Chicago IL, Mar 16. *A2 fpr.

1995C.1   DEVELOPMENT OF GEOGRAPHY IN ILLINOIS, DEVELOPMENT OF GEOGRAPHY AT THE
          UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS: Jerome D. Fellmann (18 Min).
          Chicago IL, Mar 16. *A2 fpr.

1995D.1   DEVELOPMENT OF GEOGRAPHY IN ILLINOIS, GEOGRAPHY AT SIU-CARBONDALE:

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          Robert A. Harper (19 Min). Chicago IL, Mar 16. *A2 fpr.

1995E.1   DEVELOPMENT OF GEOGRAPHY IN ILLINOIS, THE ILLINOIS-CLARK CONNECTION:
          REFLECTIONS ON A SPATIOTEMPORAL LINKAGE: William A. Koelsch (18 Min).
          Chicago IL, Mar 16. *A2 fpr.

1995F.1   DEVELOPMENT OF GEOGRAPHY IN ILLINOIS, THE UNDERGRADUATE GEOGRAPHY CURRICULUM
          AT ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY, 1860-1994: Paul F. Mattingly (18 Min).
          Chicago IL, Mar 16. *CabhIII4-BL oep.

1995G.1   DEVELOPMENT OF GEOGRAPHY IN ILLINOIS DISCUSSANT: Chauncy D. Harris (12 Min).
          Chicago IL, Mar 16. *A2 oep.

1996A.1   ARCOSANTI RETREAT, REMINISCENCE, 30 YEARS OF MUTUAL ASSOCIATION AND SHARING
          OF GEOGRAPHY: Melvin G. Marcus and Harold A. Winters (6 Min).
          Arcosanti AZ, Mar 23. *A1 oep.

1996B.1   ARCOSANTI RETREAT, COMMENTS ON VIEWING WOMEN GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM:
          Melvin G. and Mary Ann Marcus, Harold A. Winters, plus
          Anthony J. Brazel. (25 Min). Arcosanti, AZ Mar 23. *A1 oep.

1996C.1   ARCOSANTI RETREAT, COMMENTS ON VIEWING GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM 1976 INTERVIEW OF
          JOHN F. LOUNSBURY, Melvin G. Marcus and Harold A. Winters (17 Min).
          Arcosanti AZ, Mar 23. *A1 oep.

1996D.1   ARCOSANTI RETREAT, COMMENTS ON VIEWING GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM 1976
          INTERVIEW OF MARCUS (11 Min), AND SAUER (6 Min), 1970, e. g.
          P. WAGNER, C. HARRIS, Melvin G. Marcus and Harold A. Winters
          (Total 17 Min), ARCOSANTI AZ, MARCH 23, 1996 *A1 oep.

1996E.2   SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY I, THE GREAT SURVEYS, 19TH
          CENTURY EXPLORATION IN THE AMERICAN WEST: John L. Allen
          (read by Geoffrey J. Martin) 25 Min. Charlotte NC, Apr 11.*A1 fpr.

1996F.2   SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY I, ACHIEVEMENTS IN AMERICAN
          CARTOGRAPHY (1890-1970): Mark Monmonier (19 Min).
          Charlotte NC, Apr 11. *A1 fpr.

1996G.2   SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY I, NASA AND THE NEW KNOWLEDGE,
          REMOTE SENSING AND G.I.S: John E. Estes (21 Min).
          Charlotte NC, Apr 11. *A1 irp.

1996H.2   SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY I, NASA AND THE NEW KNOWLEDGE,
          REMOTE SENSING AND G.I.S. DISCUSSANT: John R. Jensen (18 Min).
          Charlotte NC, Apr 11. *A1 oep.

1996I.2   SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY I, ACHIEVEMENTS IN AMERICAN
          CARTOGRAPHY (1890-1970) DISCUSSANT: John A. Wolter (16 Min).
          Charlotte NC, Apr 11. *A1 irp.

1996J.3   SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY II, AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY AND THE
          FIRST WORLD WAR: Geoffrey J. Martin (16 Min). Charlotte NC, Apr 11. *A1 fpr.

1996K.3   SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY II, THE TENNESSEE VALLEY
          AUTHORITY AND THE ROLE OF GEOGRAPHERS: Ronald Boyce (25 Min).
          Charlotte NC, Apr 11. *A1 fpr.

1996L.3   SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY II, THE TENNESSEE VALLEY
          AUTHORITY AND THE ROLE OF GEOGRAPHERS, ASSESSING TVA AND GEOGRAPHY'S FAILURE
          TO RECOGNIZE POLICY IMPLICATIONS OF THIS PIONEERING EFFORT: Discussant
          Gilbert F. White (11 Min). Charlotte NC, Apr 11. *A1 oep.


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1996M.3   SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY II, ROLE OF CARTOGRAPHY AND
          CARTOGRAPHERS OF WORLD WAR II, THE ARMY MAP SERVICE AND OFFICE OF STRATEGIC
          SERVICES DISCUSSANTS: Edward B. Espenshade, Jr. (18 Min), Arthur H. Robinson
          (6 Min). Charlotte NC, Apr 11. *A1 oep.

1996N.3   SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY II, GEOGRAPHERS IN THE UNITED
          STATES GOVERNMENT DURING WORLD WAR II: Chauncy D. Harris
          (read by Michael P. Conzen). 15 Min. Charlotte NC, Apr 11. *A1 fpr.

1996O     BEYOND THE GLASS CEILING, OPPORTUNITY OR CLICHE? THOUGHTS FROM THE WOMEN
          PRESIDENTS OF THE AAG (EXCEPT ELLEN SEMPLE): Susan Hanson, Judy M. Olson,
          Risa I. Palm. DISCUSSANT: Janice Monk (95 Min). Charlotte NC, Apr 11.
          *A1 oep.

1996P.4   GEOGRAPHY IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH, ROLAND MCMILLAN HARPER: SOLITARY SOUTHERN
          SCIENTIST: Allen D. Bushong (16 Min). Charlotte NC, Apr 11. *BabhI1 fpr.

1996Q.4   GEOGRAPHY IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH, R. J. RUSSELL'S GEOMORPHOLOGY:
          H. J. Walker (24 Min). Charlotte NC, Apr 11 *BabhI1 fpr.

1996R.4   GEOGRAPHY IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH, RAYMOND CRIST'S GEOGRAPHY AND MY STRUGGLE
          TO ADOPT TO THE MODERN AND POSTMODERN GEOGRAPHY: Morton D. Winsburg (17 Min).
          Charlotte NC, Apr 11. *BabhI1 fpr.

1996S.4   GEOGRAPHY AND THE AMERICAN SOUTH, MERLE C. PRUNTY, JR. AND THE AMERICAN
          SOUTH: Charles S. Aiken (18 Min). Charlotte NC, Apr 11 *BabhI1 fpr.

1996T     REMARKS ON THE OCCASION OF A DINNER HONORING THE RETIREMENT OF ELIZABETH
          BEETSCHEN: Ronald F. Abler, Saul B. Cohen, John Fraser Hart,
          J. Warren Nystrom (31 Min). Charlotte NC, Apr 13. *B1 oep.

1996U     INTERVIEWS OF BERKELEY FACULTY, 1952-1999: Glacken (1980) 21m, Luten (1981)
          10m, Vance (1981) 9m, Vance (1989) 11m, Hooson (1980) 11m, Pred (1980) 10.5m,
          Palm (1974) 10m, Palm (1996) 8m, Hall (1982) 11m, Stoddart (1979) 10m,
          Stoddart (1989) 10m. Year of GOF Interview in Parenthesis. (Total 122 Min).
          ^VT-B2/3 oep.

1996V     DIFFUSION OF GEOGRAPHIC EDUCATION (K-PhD) I: Sarah Bednarz, Richard Boehm,
          Harm de Blij, Anthony de Souza, Roger Downs, Gilbert Grosvenor, Nicholas
          Helburn, David Hill, Clyde Kohn, David Lanegran, James Marran, Robert
          Morrill, William Pattison, C. L. Salter, Ruth Shirey. (37 Min). [S]B1.5 oep.

1997A.1   NESTVAL AT SEVENTY-FIVE (1922-1997), INTRODUCTION: Maynard Weston Dow,
          Chair (4 Min); GEOGRAPHY IN NEW ENGLAND PRIOR TO “THE NEW ENGLAND
          GEOGRAPHICAL CONFERENCE OF 1922:” Geoffrey J. Martin (26 Min); BEFORE
          NESTVAL, THE NEW ENGLAND GEOGRAPHICAL CONFERENCE: William A. Koelsch
          (27 Min); DISCUSSANTS: Mildred Berman (8 Min), William H. Wallace (9 Min),
          Harold A. Meeks (16 Min). COMMENTARY, Chester E. Smolski (2 Min).
          Total 94 Min. Salem State College, November 8, 1997.
          Preferred Frontal View *A1 fpr. See also: 1997B2

1997A.2   NESTVAL AT SEVENTY-FIVE (1922-1997), INTRODUCTION: Maynard Weston Dow,
          Chair (4 Min); GEOGRAPHY IN NEW ENGLAND PRIOR TO “THE NEW ENGLAND
          GEOGRAPHICAL CONFERENCE OF 1922:” Geoffrey J. Martin (26 Min); BEFORE
          NESTVAL, THE NEW ENGLAND GEOGRAPHICAL CONFERENCE: William A. Koelsch
          (27 Min); DISCUSSANTS: Mildred Berman (8 Min), William H. Wallace (9 Min),
          Harold A. Meeks (16 Min). COMMENTARY, Chester E. Smolski (2 Min).
          Total 94 Min. Salem State College, November 8, 1997.
          Inferior Side View *D3 fpr. See also: 1997B1

1998A     HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHY IN NEW ENGLAND: INTRODUCTION AND COMMENTARY,
          Mildred Berman, Chair (3.5 Min); BETWEEN NEUCHATEL AND PRINCETON –

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          ARNOLD GUYOT IN NEW ENGLAND 1848-1854, William A. Koelsch) (20 Min); THE
          WOMEN WERE ALWAYS WELCOME AT CLARK, Janice Monk (25 Min); GEOGRAPHY AT A
          NORTHERN OUTPOST - THE COLLEGE AT FARMINGTON, MAINE, Paul Frederic (20 Min);
          HONEYMOON IN NEW ENGLAND - A FRESH LOOK AT CARL SAUER’S YEAR IN SALEM, MA,
          Martin S. Kenzer (29 Min). DISCUSSANT: William H. Wallace (16 Min).
          Total 99 Min. Boston, March 28, 1998. *AabhI1 fpr.

1998B     DIFFUSION OF GEOGRAPHIC EDUCATION (K-PhD) II, I (1997) PLUS COMMENTARY:
          1997 Production (37 Min) Featuring Sarah Bednarz, Richard Boehm, Harm de
          Blij, Anthony de Souza, Roger Downs, Gilbert Grosvenor, Nicholas Helburn,
          David Hill, Clyde Kohn, David Lanegran, James Marran, Robert Morrill,
          William Pattison, C.L. Salter, and Ruth Shirey. COMMENTARY (49 Min) ensues by
          Osa Brand, Salvatore Natoli, James Petersen, Joseph Stoltman, and Burton
          Witthuhn. (Total 86 Min). Indianapolis, October 12, 1998. [S]C2 oep.

1998C     GAMMA THETA UPSILON, THE HISTORY OF GAMMA THETA UPSILON, Orland
          Maxfield - read by Virgil Holder (14 Min); THE INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVE
          SECRETARY’S ROLE IN GAMMA THETA UPSILON, Virgil Holder (14 Min); FINANCIAL
          PERSPECTIVE OF GTU, Leon Hallman (14 Min); THE PRESENT STATUS AND
          PROSPECTS OF GTU, James Snaden (19 Min). Total 63 Min.
          Indianapolis, October 13, 1AA998. *A1 fpr, oep.

1999A.1   PLANNING IN THE 21ST CENTURY, THINKING GLOBALLY, ACTING LOCALLY, THIRTY YEARS
          OF PLANNING IN OTTAWA CANADA: A. Iain Wallace (18 Min).
          Farmington ME, Oct 9. *BabhII2.5 oep.

1999B.1   PLANNING IN THE 21ST CENTURY, THINKING GLOBALLY, ACTING LOCALLY, A
          PERSONALIZED VIEW OF THE EXCHANGE BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTAL AND PLANNING ISSUES
          (JERICHO VT): Mark B. Lapping (21 Min). Farmington ME, Oct 9. *A1.5 oep.

1999C.1   PLANNING IN THE 21ST CENTURY, THINKING GLOBALLY, ACTING LOCALLY: CONCEPTUAL
          VIEWS: Reginald Golledge (23.5 Min). Farmington ME, Oct 9. *CabhIII2.5 oep.

1999D.1   PLANNING IN THE 21ST CENTURY, THINKING GLOBALLY, ACTING LOCALLY, THREE
          THEMES, LOCAL CHANGES IN LOCAL PLACES, GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE, AND SUSTAINABLE
          DEVELOPMENT: Robert W. Kates. (23 Min). Farmington ME, Oct 9.
          *CabhIII3-BL oep.

1999E     THE GEOGRAPHER’S WAY: PAPERS IN RECOGNITION OF WILLIAM D. PATTISON:
          INTRODUCTION AND COMMENTARY, Joseph P. Stoltman, Chair (4.5 Min);
          GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM 1975 INTERVIEW OF WILLIAM D. PATTISON (12 Min)
          NOTE: Pattison GOF interview not included within this video;
          WILLIAM PATTISON’S INFLUENCE ON THE HIGH SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY PROJECT –
          INVENTING A “NEW GEOGRAPHY,” James F. Marran (24 Min); PATTISON’S FOUR
          TRADITIONS OF GEOGRAPHY AND THE NATIONAL STANDARDS, Sarah Witham
          Bednarz (16 Min); A FORCE FOR CHANGE IN GEOGRAPHIC EDUCATION, Salvatore
          J. Natoli (21 Min); WILLIAM D. PATTISON’S THE GEOGRAPHER’S WAY, Kenneth
          E. Foote (18 Min); WILLIAM PATTISON AND THE TLGG PROJECT, L. Dee Fink
          (22.5 Min). Boston, November 5, 1999. (Total 1 Hr 58 Min). *A1 fpr, oep.

2000A     WHAT’S IN A NAME?: NORMAL SCHOOLS IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY: THE
          NORMAL WAY - WOMEN GEOGRAPHERS AND HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES,
          CA 1900-1950, Janice Monk, (23m); DOUGLAS CLAY RIDGLEY AT ILLINOIS STATE
          NORMAL UNIVERSITY, 1903-1922, E. Joan Wilson Miller (16.5m); GEOGRAPHERS
          ON FILM ARCHIVAL PRESENTATION: ELLA O. KEENE (1902-1992), Maynard Weston Dow
          (21.5m); WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY – TRANSITION FROM TEACHERS’ ACADEMY TO
          MASTERS PROGRAM – 40 YEARS OF ACTIVE CHANGE: 1871-1962, Robert Bielski
          (9.25m), THE 1960s TO THE PRESENT, Arlene C. Rengert (14.25m); SHIPPENSBURG
          UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA – NORMAL SCHOOLS AND GEOGRAPHIC CHANGE,
          John Benhart Sr. (17m). Pittsburgh, April 5, 2000. (Total 1h 42m).
          *A1 fpr, ipr.


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2000B   PRESIDENTIAL PLENARY OF THE 96th ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AAG, INTRODUCTI0N:
        Reginald G. Golledge (4.5m); GEOGRAPAHY IN THE 21st CENTURY (Illustrated):
        Peter Haggett (58m). Pittsburgh, April 7, 2000. (Total 62m). *A2 fpr.


2000C   GEOGRAPHY’S THREE REVOLUTIONS - THE DEVELOPMENT OF GEOGRAPIC THOUGHT IN THE
        UNITED STATES: GEOGRAPHY’S THREE TWENTIETH CENTURY REVOLUTIONS, Howard
        Gauthier (34.5m); DISCUSSANTS, Trevor Barnes (17.5m), James O. Wheeler (7m);
        REBUTTAL: Howard Gauthier (10m); Q & A (27m). Pittsburgh, April 7, 2000.
        (Total 1h 36m). No sound 1st 2.5 minutes. *A1 fpr.

2001A   ISAIAH BOWMAN'S LEGACY - AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY SESQUICENTENNIAL
        SPECIAL SESSION, Chair: Alexander B. Murphy (2m); ISAIAH BOWMAN AND THE
        SEARCH FOR GEOGRAPHICAL ORDER, 1915-1935, Neil Smith (31m); AN ILLUSTRATED
        PRECIS OF THE LIFE AND THOUGHT OF ISAIAH BOWMAN WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO
        THE AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY, Geoffrey J. Martin (27m); DISCUSSANTS:
        John Noble Wilford (7m), Martin S. Kenzer (10m); Q & A (20.5m),
        New York, February 28, 2001. (Total 1h 40m). *BabhII/1 fpr.

2001B   SOCIETY WOMEN: AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY SESQUICENTENNIAL SPECIAL
        SESSION, Chair: Joseph S. Wood (3m); WOMEN HONORED BY THE AMERICAN
        GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY, Mary Lynne Bird (14m); WOMEN'S WOR(L)DS AT THE
        AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY, Janice Monk (24m); MARTHA KRUG GENTHE:
        RATZEL'S TRUEST REPRESENTATIVE IN AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY, Michael P. Conzen
        (22.5m); WOMEN OF THE AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY: A VIEW FROM THE INSIDE,
        Dorothy Drummond (15.5m); DISCUSSANT: Joseph S. Wood (3m); Q & A (21.5m),
        New York, March 1, 2001, (Total 1h 42m). *B1 fpr.

2001C   A GATHERING TO CELEBRATE THE LIFE OF ROBERT G. LeBLANC (OCTOBER 28, 1930 -
        SEPTEMBER 11, 2001), Host: Tim Clark, RECOLLECTIONS: Marilyn Hoskin,
        William Wallace, Robert Adams, Alasdair Drysdale, Nissa Anne Youngren,
        Carolyn LeBlanc, Tom Carter, Eliot Shepard, and Julien Olivier. University of
        New Hampshire, Durham NH, September 21, 2001. (Total 1 Hr 27 Min). *A1 oep.
        Donated with permission of Andrea LeBlanc, Lee NH.

2003A   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), Panel Discussion on Political Geography: Robert
        W. McColl, Harm J. De Blij, Julian V. Minghi, (Boston 1971), [monochrome] 13m
        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 m, Musings re The Career of J. E.
        Spencer: C. L. Salter, (Portland OR, 1987), [color] 11 m, 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 m, Assessing TVA and Geography's
        Failure to Recognize Policy Implications of this Pioneering Effort: Gilbert
        F. White, (Charlotte NC, 1996), [color] 10.5 m, 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 m, Comments
        re Women in the Field c. 1960s: Mel and Mary Ann Marcus, Harold A. Winters,
        (Arcosanti AZ 1996), [color] 18.5 min. (Total 1h 37m) *A2 oep.

2003B   THE FUTURE OF THE NEW ENGLAND ST. LAWRENCE VALLEY GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY,
        Timothy J. Rickard, Chair (4.5m); DISCUSSANTS: Cathleen McAnneny (10.5m),
        Alan Nash (7m), Melinda Daniels (11.5m), Kevin Biglin (4.5m), Victoria Lawson
        (10.5); Q & A (8.5m). Hartford CT, October 11, 2003. (Total 61m) *A1 oep.

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ard, Chair (4.5m); DISCUSSANTS: Cathleen McAnneny (10.5m),
        Alan Nash (7m), Melinda Daniels (11.5m), Kevin Biglin (4.5m), Victoria Lawson
        (10.5); Q & A (8.5m). Hartford CT, October 11, 2003. (Total 61m) *A1 oep.

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