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Series 2. Business and Professional Materials, 1940-2005 (continued)
Transcripts, 1956-1992
Primarily transcripts of interviews and speaking engagements conducted by Schwartz. Materials include outline and notes of presentations, television transcripts, and correspondence. Arranged in chronological order, then alphabetical by title or radio station.

Please note some transcripts might also be found in other series.
BOX-FOLDER 142/18 Art Directors Club presentation outline, 1956-03-06-1969-03
BOX-FOLDER 142/19 "General Presentation" outline, 1966
BOX-FOLDER 142/20 Advertising presentation outline, 1973-09
BOX-FOLDER 142/21 Environmental Media presentation outline, 1974-01
BOX-FOLDER 142/22 Anthony Bouza, Lawrence Lief interview and article, 1977-05-04-1983-11-13
New York Times news clipping.
BOX-FOLDER 142/23 Federal-State Reports Conference materials, 1979-01-0 4
Letter from Jacqueline Bailey, "Narrowcasting" notes.
BOX-FOLDER 142/24 Morning Edition correspondence and transcripts, 1982-04-13-1982-04-19
Includes a letter from Debra Kirsch.
BOX-FOLDER 142/25 "Narrowcasting and Shame" presentation outline, 1987-03-10
BOX-FOLDER 142/26 Miscellaneous transcripts, circa 1989-1992-05-28
Bill Moyers: The Public Mind, Face the Nation, Adam Smith's Money World, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, Sound of Sight, "Type & Lettering," "What is a Trillion?," Bob Landers 1992-05-21, Marty Edleston 1992-05-28.
BOX-FOLDER 142/27 Media Minutes program scripts, 1990
WQXR radio program.
BOX-FOLDER 142/28 Interview with Tony Schwartz script, 1991-04-19
Deborah Feyerick.
BOX-FOLDER 142/29 Terry Shintani phone transcripts, 1992-04-30
Conversations with Ray Brousseau, Dr. Terry Shintani.
BOX-FOLDER 142/30 CBS research director speech, undated
Handwritten at top of p. 1 of transcript: "Goldmark, CBS research director."
BOX-FOLDER 143/1 Currents: Media Salesmanship program transcript, undated
WNET television program.
BOX-FOLDER 143/2 "Generation Gap" transcribed notes, undated
BOX-FOLDER 143/3 "Graphic Design" transcribed notes, undated
BOX-FOLDER 143/4 New Dimensions in Sound reel contents, undated
BOX-FOLDER 143/5 Recall and transcribed notes, undated
BOX-FOLDER 143/6 Interview with Sandy Tredinnick, undated
Massachusetts universities presentation for Michael Rowan, "Mike Rowan and Kayla Schwartz re. Education."
BOX-FOLDER 143/7 "Tony and Jack" transcribed notes, undated
BOX-FOLDER 143/8 "Six ad interview" notes, undated
Interview with Tony Schwartz.
"Production 7501."
BOX-FOLDER 143/9 "Woodstock Interviews" transcribed notes, undated
Teaching, 1955-2002
Files contain correspondence, curricula, memoranda, course work, clippings, and other material relating to Schwartz activities as an instructor. Arranged alphabetically by institution name, then chronologically.
BOX-FOLDER 143/10 Center for Media in the Public Interest statement of purpose, correspondence, and other material, 1989-05-17-1997-08-18
Promotional materials, articles, roster of participating organizations, course work, and a letter from John Doorley.
BOX-FOLDER 143/11 City University of New York (CUNY) anti-smoking initiative materials, circa 1986-1987-01-08
Policy statements, student course work, promotional material, and transcript of anti-smoking hearing testimony.
See also American Cancer Society .
BOX-FOLDER 143/12 City University of New York, Brooklyn College, Department of Television and Radio Journalism honors project correspondence and course work, 1992-06-25-1992-12-03
TV/Radio 16, TV/Radio 26.8, letters from Sister Camille D'Arienzo.
BOX-FOLDER 143/13 Dalton School correspondence, course work, and other material, 1969-05-1991-11
Drafts of The Dalton Experiment, media usage survey, curriculum proposal, news clippings.
BOX-FOLDER 143/14 Emerson College Division of Communication Studies, Health Communication Program correspondence, course work, and other material, 1993 August-1994-12-07
Emerson Beacon; Boston Neighborhood Network/Emerson College viewer survey; material relating to CS 47l, Cable News Seminar, and CS 571, Media Strategies for the Health Professional courses; and letters from J. Gregory Payne and Philip Amato.
BOX-FOLDER 144/1 Folkways Records bulletin, circa 1955
The Recording as a Teaching Tool: A Bulletin for Parents and Teachers.
BOX-FOLDER 144/2 Fordham University Center for Communications correspondence, project proposal, and other material, 1966-07-06-1968-08-06
News clipping, Young Filmmakers program, photocopy of Shinichi Suzuki's Nurtured by Love, and letters from Rev. Louis Gates, Chaplain (Col.) Wallace Hale, Sister Margaret Flinton, Henry Putsch, Richard Coyne, and Rev. John Culkin.
BOX-FOLDER 144/3 Harvard University Center for Research and Development on Educational Differences materials, circa 1966
A Chance to Grow [samples]. The World Across the Street (Harvard Graduate School of Education Association Bulletin).
Harvard University, School of Public Health, course and curriculum materials, 1985-2000
See also Harvard University, School of Public Health, business correspondence .
BOX-FOLDER 144/4 Harvard University School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior correspondence, curriculum proposal, and other materials, 1985-04-09-1985-06-25
List of handouts, Center for Health Communications concept paper, and letters from Jay Winsten and Harvey Fineberg.
BOX-FOLDER 144/5 Harvard University School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior correspondence and course material, 1986-11-20-1987-08-13
Material relating to BEH 210c, Mass Communications and Public Health.
BOX-FOLDER 144/6 Harvard University, School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior correspondence, course work, and other materials, 1987-12-06-1988-07-07
Material relating to BEH 210c, Mass Communications and Public Health, including a "Conference 2000" teleconference manual, notes from Harvard School of Public Health/New Sounds, Inc., and documents concerning the Massachusetts Saving Lives drunk driving campaign and the Smoking: New Findings, New Controversies program.
BOX-FOLDER 145/1 Harvard University School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior correspondence, course work, and other materials, circa 1989-1989-12-13
Material relating to BEH 211c, Mass Communications and Public Health. Includes a Center for Health Communication special report, "Recommendations for Future Mass Media Campaigns to Prevent Preteen and Adolescent Substance Abuse," and the May-June 1989 issue of Harvard Magazine.
BOX-FOLDER 145/2 Harvard University School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior course work, 1990-02-09-1990-03-12
Material relating to BEH 211c, Mass Communications and Public Health.
BOX-FOLDER 145/3 Harvard University School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior correspondence, course work, and other materials, 1991-01-14-1991-12-24
Material relating to BEH 211c, Mass Communications and Public Health. Includes correspondence from William DeJong, materials from Diana Walsh, Guerrilla Media: Health Promotion's Electronic Arsenal excerpted interview, and "Increasing Organ Donation" background paper.
BOX-FOLDER 146/1 Harvard University School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior correspondence, course work, and other material, 1992-01-02-1992-07-27
Material relating to HSB 211c, Mass Communications and Public Health, including letters from Barbara Moeykens, William DeJong, and Diana Walsh, and a Joseph Nelen obituary.
BOX-FOLDER 146/2 Harvard University, School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior correspondence, special reports, and other materials, 1992-09-21-1992-12-14
Material relating to HSB 211c, Mass Communications and Public Health, including letters from William DeJong, news clippings, a Harvard School of Public Health photo directory.
BOX-FOLDER 220/10 Incomplete issue of USA Weekend, 1991-12-27
Pages 3-18 of an issue of USA Weekend, probably used in HSB 211c, Mass Communications and Public Health, taught by Tony Schwartz in the Harvard University School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior.
BOX-FOLDER 146/3 Harvard University, School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior correspondence, course work, and other materials, 1993-01-06-1993-09-23
Material relating to HSB 211cd, Developing Mass Media Communications. Includes photocopies of "Smoking and Your Health: Fenway Park's Mixed Message for Red Sox Fans," "Social Marketing for Public Health," and a Rowan and Michaels research survey.
BOX-FOLDER 146/4 Harvard University, School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior course work, 1994-01-13-1994-05-18
Material relating to HSB 212cd.
BOX-FOLDER 146/5 Harvard University, School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior correspondence, 1995-01-24-1996-02-28
A letter from William DeJong and correspondence between Tony Schwartz and Lisa Berkman.
BOX-FOLDER 146/6 Harvard University, School of Public Health, Department of Health and Social Behavior correspondence, 1997-10-20-2000-05-09
Material relating to HSB 216e, Use of the Media to Work and Fight for Better Health Around the World. Includes letters from Lisa Berkman, email from Beth Townsend.
BOX-FOLDER 147/1 High School for Environmental Studies curriculum proposal, fliers, and other materials, undated, 1995-10-20
File contains material relating to an environmental citizenship course, including a post card from Tony Wood (dated 1995-01-20); news clippings; miscellaneous papers; a transcript of a WINS public service announcement, "Investigating and Evaluating Environmental Issues and Actions: Skill Development"; and a note ("Money came from Schumann Foundation. John Moyers? To Council on Environment").
BOX-FOLDER 147/2 John Jay College of Criminal Justice correspondence, special reports, and other materials, 1975-10-07-1988-08-04
Radio public service announcement transcripts and billing receipt; news clippings; memorabilia; "Is Crime Still a Problem?" full page advertisement; SPE 290, Techniques of Persuasion, final grade sheet; project proposal and research survey; Council of the City of New York Committee on Economic Development crime and arrest data; John Jay College Advisory Board roster; promotional material; and material relating to the Committee of Concerned Citizens Who Support John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the Institute for the Study of Media and Social Behavior.
See also Concerned Students and Teachers of John Jay College , John Jay College of Criminal Justice in the PSA clients series, and the John Jay College subject file .
BOX-FOLDER 147/3 John Jay College of Criminal Justice program proposal, 1980-02-29-1983-03-10
Proposal for Project SKILL: Skill in Language Through Law.
BOX-FOLDER 147/4 John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Police Cadet Program project proposal, special reports, and other materials, 1983-1990-08-14
Dresner, Sykes and Associates educational interest survey; Captains Endowment Association news bulletin; Patrolmen's Benevolent Association questionnaire; "Career Planning: An Examination of Occupational Opportunities and Self-Achievement Skills"; Kern & Kochler minutes; NYPD sergeant exam grant proposal; NYPD sergeant exam prep course materials, including a handbill and public service announcement; 6th Annual Police Training Conference certificate of appreciation and other materials; and a soft body armor questionnaire.
BOX-FOLDER 147/5 John Jay College of Criminal Justice student strike correspondence and other materials, 1989-05-05-1990-05-19
"Student Coalition and College Administration Accord," news clippings, handbill.
BOX-FOLDER 148/1 University of Maryland Department of Speech and Dramatic Art correspondence, 1974-11-07-1977-01-24
Letters from Kathleen Jamieson.
BOX-FOLDER 148/2 Media Peace Corp correspondence and promotional materials, 1983-07-26-1991-07-08
BOX-FOLDER 148/3 New York Institute of Technology School of Media and Arts correspondence and syllabus, 1989-05-05, undated
Material relating to CA 0618, Topics in Communication and Media, and CA 0580, Vocabulary of the Media Critic. Includes letters from Bob Schuessler.
BOX-FOLDER 229/10 New York Public School 191, "Learning to Listen" photo layout, [circa late 1950s-early 1960s?]
Two sheets, each 14 1/2 by 10 inches, pasted to an illustration board, 15 1/4x20 inches. Each sheet contains images of children in a classroom ; some images show Tony Schwartz at the front of the class with two tape recorders interacting with the children. A block of printed text with the heading "Learning to Listen" explains that the children are first and third graders in New York Public School 191 (Amsterdam School, Manhattan), who were photographed by Mal Wittman while listening to recordings of "the sounds of life around them." They also recorded and listened to their own voices.
BOX-FOLDER 148/4 New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, Interactive Telecommunications Program correspondence, course work, and other materials, circa 1981-2000-06-01
Material relating to H79.2015.01, New Media and Interpersonal Behavior. Included are letters from George Agudow and Red Burns.
BOX-FOLDER 148/5 Pratt Institute, Graduate Design Program curriculum proposal and correspondence, 1965-04-1995-05-31
Master/apprenticeship program.
BOX-FOLDER 148/6 Princeton University, Department of Politics, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs correspondence, 1974-04-22-1983-04-19
Letters from Stanley Kelley, Jr.
BOX-FOLDER 148/7 Miscellaneous correspondence, teaching proposals, and other materials, 1967-11-21-2002-06-11
BOX-FOLDER 230/1 State University of New York, Albany, lecture promotional poster, undated
Five copies of a circular poster, diameter 19 inches, promoting lecture #2 in L.C. 24, at SUNY Albany. "A live phone and tape presentation of sounds by Tony Schwartz." Credit: Harry Prichett. Also in the folder is a 10x8 inch black and white, three-hole-punched photographic image of the poster.
BOX-FOLDER 148/8 United States Department of Education correspondence, 1982-12-06-1983-06-06
Relates to the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
BOX-FOLDER 148/9 University of Rhode Island Department of Speech Communication correspondence, 1983-05-13-1983-07-05
"Political Persuasion in Campaign '84," material relating to Speech 430, Political Communication.
Speaking and media appearances, 1957-2000
Materials relating to public appearances made by Schwartz. Arranged in chronological order, then alphabetical by institution or topic.
BOX-FOLDER 149/1 New York High Fidelity Show correspondence, 1957-09-04
Letter from Joe Dilts.
BOX 218 Gooseneck desk lamp labeled "Tony Schwartz, Advertising Age 9th Annual Creative Workshop," circa 1966
[Commemorative?] metal and plastic gooseneck desk lamp, with an approximately 1 3/4x7x3 3/4 inch base; overall height is approximately 14 1/2 inches. The lamp features two small heads and power switches, and a brown power cord. The label is etched onto a metal plate in the center of the lamp's base.
BOX-FOLDER 149/2 Sounds Around Us memorabilia, correspondence, and review, 1962-11-29-1963-07-25
BOX-FOLDER 149/3 Paul Pimsleur article and obituary, 1967-02-1976-06
"A Memory Schedule" and "Paul Pimsleur's Memory Schedule."
BOX-FOLDER 149/4 Spencer memorial church program, 1967-03-19
Schwartz sermon, Seen and Not Heard.
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