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State Archives of North Carolina

Non-Textual Materials Unit


List of Video Tapes

V.T.1

“Black Mountain College: A Thumbnail Sketch,” 15 minutes and “Jonathan Williams: By Eye By Ear,” 13 minutes, VHS, by Monty Diamond for South Carolina Educational Television, ca. 1989.

V.T.2

“250th Anniversary of Black River Presbyterian Church,” Ivanhoe, Sampson County, May 6, 1990, VHS. Filmed by Mary Alice Beatty Carmichael.

V.T.3

“Scenes At Charles L. Coon High School, Wilson, N.C., 1950-1952,” 25 minutes, VHS. Filmed by George S. Willard.

V.T.4

“The Walton War,” Presented by Dunn’s Rock Community Center, July 11 and 12, 1986, 16 minutes, VHS. Filmed by First Impressions Video Gallery, Inc.

V.T.5

“Wake Forest, N.C.,” ca .30 minutes. Filmed by H. Lee Waters, November 9 and 10, 1939.

V.T.6

“North Carolina; Variety Vacationland.” Produced by Richard J. Reynolds, photographed by Dermid MacLean, and presented to the North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development, 1940.

V.T.7

“Lillington, North Carolina,” 10 minutes, VHS. Filmed by H. Lee Waters, ca. 1938.

V.T.8

“Of Men and Machines: The Story of Spencer Shops,” 28 minutes. Funded by the North Carolina Transportation History Corporation, 1988.

V.T.9

“Building A Future For the Past,” 12 minutes, VHS. North Carolina Museum of History, ca. early 1980s.

V.T.10

“Veteran’s Roundtable.” VHS. Talk with Dallas Burroughs, World War II Prisoner of War Held by the Japanese, 1983, 18 minutes.

V.T.11

“Atlantic Bank and Trust Company Building History and Existing Conditions.” 16 minutes, VHS. The tape contains a history and architectural description of the Atlantic Bank and Trust building in Burlington.

V.T.12

“Drug Free School Zone Presentation.” 25 minutes, VHS. April 15, 1991. The tape features the establishment of the first Drug Free School Zone in North Carolina at Cary Elementary School in Cary, North Carolina.

V.T.13

“North Carolina: Variety Vacationland.” 2 tapes. Presented to the North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development, 1940. ~20 minutes.

V.T.14

“The Cameraman Has Visited Our Town: An Introduction to H. Lee Waters and His Movies of Local People.” 20 minutes. 1989. The videotape is a documentary about Lexington, North Carolina photographer H. Lee Waters, who worked as an itinerant independent filmmaker from 1936-1942.

V.T.15

“Senator Sam,” 58 minutes, VHS. A documentary on the life of Senator Samuel James Ervin, Jr. (1896-1985).

V.T.16

“The Cameraman Has Visited Our Town: An Introduction to H. Lee Waters and His Movies of Local People.” 20 minutes. 1989. The videotape is a documentary about Lexington, North Carolina photographer H. Lee Waters, who worked as an itinerant independent filmmaker from 1936-1942.

V.T.17

Untitled Video showing the inauguration of Governor Robert W. Scott, in Raleigh, January 3, 1969. 30 minutes, VHS.

V.T.18

“My Hometown,” (Monroe and Union County, North Carolina), 27 minutes, VHS. Includes numerous interior and exterior views of businesses in and near Monroe, North Carolina, shortly after World War II.

V.T.19

1962. An interview with David Marshall “Carbine” Williams. Williams is interviewed by Lee Kinard of WFMY; NC Museum of History staff member keith Strawn is also involved. Williams, a native of North Carolina, was the inventor of the floating chamber and the short stroke piston, which were major innovations in weaponry. 28 minutes (Other copies: MPF.65, DVD.10)

V.T.20

Untitled footage showing the inauguration of Governor Terry Sanford, January 5, 1961. Shows the events and pageantry of the inauguration of Governor Sanford in Raleigh. See also M.P.F. 78.

V.T.21

4 Video Tapes recording the inauguration ceremonies of Governor James Baxter Hunt, Jr., and his administration in Raleigh, January, 1981.

V.T.22

“Passing the Torch: The Inauguration of James G. Martin,” 5 Video Tapes showing the inauguration of Governor Martin and other officials of his administration as well as the inaugural parade, January, 1985.

V.T.23

“Landmarks: A History of Wilson County,” 50 minutes, VHS, by the Wilson County Bicentennial Committee of the U.S. Constitution, 1992.

V.T.24

Untitled Video Tape showing views of the Baker family in Raleigh and eastern North Carolina, ca. 1925-1934, 15 minutes, VHS.

V.T.25

“Plus Ultra, More Beyond: Inauguration 1989, North Carolina’s Future.” 3 Video Tapes showing the inauguration of Governor James G. Martin and members of his council of state as well as the inaugural parade, January, 1989.

V.T.26

“1993 North Carolina Inaugural Ceremony,” Raleigh, January 9, 1993, 58 minutes, VHS, color, by the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters, UNC-Center For Public Television.

V.T.27

“1993 North Carolina Inaugural Ceremony: Our Children, Our Future.” 2 Video tapes showing the inauguration of Governor James B. Hunt, Jr., and members of his council of state as well as the inaugural parade, January 9, 1993.

V.T.28

Untitled videotape of Troy and various other towns and locations in Montgomery County, North Carolina, ca. 1938. 1 hour, 34 minutes. VHS, silent, by H. Lee Waters.

V.T.29

Untitled videotape of a news conference of The Wilmington 10 at Central Prison in Raleigh, January 24, 1978; 55 minutes, VHS. Contains entire news conference of the defendants and their attorney for the national and international press in the aftermath of Governor James B. Hunt’s decision the previous evening to reduce the sentences but not to grant pardons to members of the group.

V.T.30

Untitled videotape transferred from motion picture film footage shot by an amateur of the North Carolina State Fair, ca. 1940, 10 minutes, VHS.

V.T.31

Untitled videotape transferred from original motion picture film shot by H. Lee Waters in 1940 and 1941 of the Conover-Newton area in Catawba County. 46 minutes, VHS.

V.T.32

Untitled videotape transferred from original motion picture film shot by H. Lee Waters of Lexington, North Carolina, in 1939, 1940, and 1941 of Burlington, North Carolina. 1 hour, 25 minutes, VHS.

V.T.33

Untitled videotape transferred from original motion picture film recorded by H. Lee Waters of Lexington, North Carolina, ca. 1940. Film of Concord, North Carolina, 1 hour, 30 minutes, VHS.

V.T.34

Untitled videotape transferred from original motion picture film recorded by H. Lee Waters of Lexington, North Carolina, of Rockingham and Albemarle, North Carolina. 1 hour, 18 minutes, VHS.

V.T.35

Untitled videotape transferred from original motion picture film recorded by H. Lee Waters of Lexington, North Carolina, ca. 1937-1942, of Durham, North Carolina and vicinity. 1 hour, 5 minutes, VHS.

V.T.36

The videotape, titled “Target Satisfaction,” was transferred from motion picture film by the above television station. The video records the step-by-step process of the manufacture of tobacco into cigarettes. 30 minutes.

V.T.37

The videotape, titled “Scenes of Warrenton,” was produced by Weldon Photography and narrated by David Weldon, 1992. Contains views of various historic homes, structures, and businesses in this Warren County town. 33 minutes.

V.T.38

“Scenes of Historic Warren County.” Tape contains views of various structures and homes across the county. It also includes schools, churches, barns, stores, and business districts. 1 hour, 8 minutes.

V.T.39

The videotape, title “Ready On The Home Front,” was transferred from motion picture film, ca. 1943, VHS. Describes how the public alert system (civil defense) was designed to work in the event of an enemy bombing attack. 15 minutes.

V.T.40

“They Call It Fishtown.” Tape contains narration and interviews with local citizens and its approximately 27 minutes long. Set in Carteret County, North Carolina, and it explores the issue of coastal resources.

V.T.41

Untitled videotape transferred from original motion picture film recorded by H. Lee Waters of Lexington, North Carolina, ca. 1938, of African American sections of Chapel Hill, North Carolina and vicinity. 13 minutes, VHS.

V.T.42

“The Affairs of State” (Office of Secretary of State) and was transferred from a motion picture film of the same title. October 4, 1957, 58 minutes, 37 seconds, VHS. Part of a series of broadcasts aired by WUNC-TV on various offices of state government.

V.T.43

“Hall of History Presents,” (Department of Archives and History). WUNC-TV, May 12, 1958. 29 minutes and 45 seconds. The program was a part of a United States history lesson aired by public television for the benefit of schools and other interested parties.

V.T.44

“North Carolina State Fair,” North Carolina State Fair in Raleigh, North Carolina, 1971. 25 minutes and 14 seconds, VHS. Tape shows the Boyette Family (Joy, Jimmy and Lamar) husband, wife, and daughter, during its visit to the 1971 Fair.

V.T.45

“North Carolina: The Tar Heel State.” VHS, 30 minutes, 1953. A general overview of North Carolina that centers on the life and work of its people and the geographic features of the state.

V.T.46

“North Carolina: Variety Vacationland.” VHS, 1940 and 1951. Black and white/color. 104 mins. (Combines MPF.36, MPF.37, and MPF.76)

V.T.47

“North Carolina and the United States Constitution.” VHS, 22 minutes. Includes an introduction by Dr. William S. Price, Jr., director of the North Carolina Division of Archives and History.

V.T.48

“Crossroad on the Hill.” VHS, 81 minutes. A documentary history of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill produced by Gary Hawkins in honor of its bicentennial.

V.T.49

“Clear Pictures.” VHS, 57 minutes. Documentary on the life of Reynolds Price (b. 1933). Much of the piece is narrated by Price, who describes his early days in Warren County, North Carolina and his close relationship with his parents Elizabeth and William.

V.T.50

“Williamston and Community on Parade.” VHS, black and white, and 15 minutes long. The tape contains views of students at schools and interior and exterior glimpses of local businesses and employees.

V.T.51.1

“400th Anniversary Dedication Ceremony, Plymouth, England, April 27, 1984. 32 minutes. The ceremony was captured live via satellite and was narrated by WRAL-TV newsman Charlie Gaddy.

V.T.51.2-3

“On the Shores of Roanoke Island, July 13, 1984.” The ceremony was captured live via satellite and was narrated by newsman Charlie Gaddy. 58 minutes.

V.T.52.1

“400th Anniversary Dedication Ceremonies, Plymouth, England, April 27, 1984.”

V.T.52.2

“On the Shores of Roanoke Island, July 131, 1984.”

V.T.53

Part of the “Veteran’s Roundtable” program aired on July 20, 1984, and was narrated by John Speights. Contains and interview with Col. James Hiteshew, who was held prisoner by North Vietnam for six years. 30 minutes.

V.T.54

The video tape contains an interview with Col. James Hiteshew, who was held prisoner by North Vietnam for six years. It was aired as a part of the “Veteran’s Roundtable” program on July 20, 1984, and was narrated by John Speights.

V.T.55

The videotape contains an interview with Charles Al Lloyd of Raleigh, who was a member of the United States Navy Armed Guard during World War II. 30 minutes. Televised in 1984 as part of “Veteran’s Roundtable” program.

V.T.56

The videotape contains an interview with Mr. Charles A. Lloyd of Raleigh, who was a member of the United States Navy Armed Guard during World War II. Televised in 1984 as part of “Veteran’s Roundtable” program.
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