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Series I: Manuscript Materials (continued)
Fieldnotes
FOLDER 93 CARROLL, Tom
WIP-TDC-F061894 through WIP-TDC-F090994. 284 pages.
FOLDER 94 LEVITAS, Susan
WIP-SL-F080394.A through WIP-SL-F082994.A. 75 pages.
FOLDER 95 LLOYD, Timothy
WIP-TL-F081794 through WIP-TL-F081894. 3 pages.
FOLDER 96 McCARL, Robert
WIP-RM-F080294 through WIP-RM-F081794. 55 pages.
FOLDER 97 TAYLOR, David
WIP-DT-F080494 through WIP-DT-F081194. 13 pages.
Unpublished Reports and Products
FOLDER 98 CARROLL, Tom
"21st Avenue Report." January 3, 1995 (Revised on October 2, 1995). Essay explaining the rationale for conducting the study of the 21st Avenue commercial area in Paterson, New Jersey. 35 pages.
FOLDER 99 Correspondence regarding reports
Paterson reports. July 1996. 5 pages.
BOX FOLDER 100 Final Report
"Working in Paterson: A Survey of Occupational Culture in Paterson, New Jersey, with Recommendations for Public Programming" edited by David A. Taylor. Bound, with color photos. 1997. 169 pages.
FOLDER 101 LEVITAS, Susan
"Working in Paterson: African American Experiences, a Report on Fieldwork Conducted for the American Folklife Center." January 1995. 39 pages.
FOLDER 102 LLOYD, Timothy
"Work and Food: Paterson's Hot Texas Wiener Tradition." No date. (2 copies) 44 pages.
FOLDER 103 McCARL, Robert
"Working in Paterson: Watson Machine International." No date. (2 copies) 27 pages.
FOLDER 104 "Notes From Field-Perspectives on the Collections and Work of the American Folklife Center"
Announcement for "Working in Paterson: Documenting Occupational Heritage in Paterson, New Jersey," lecture given by David A. Taylor. August 28, 1996. 4 copies.
FOLDER 105 Report Draft
"Working in Paterson: A Survey of Occupational Culture in Paterson, New Jersey, with Recommendations for Public Programming," edited by David A. Taylor. Report submitted to the Mid-Atlantic Regional Office of the National Park Service, and the Paterson Urban History Initiative Advisory Committee, by the American Folklife Center. Report draft. 1995. 173 pages.
FOLDER 106 Report Outline
"Working in Paterson: A Survey of Occupational Culture in Paterson, New Jersey, with Recommendations for Public Programming," edited by David A. Taylor. Report submitted to the Mid-Atlantic Regional Office of the National Park Service and The Paterson Urban History Initiative Advisory Committee, by the American Folklife Center. Report outline. 1994. 8 pages.
FOLDER 107 Selected Documentation
Audio tape logs, black-and-white photo logs, color slide logs, fieldnotes. "Working in Paterson Project: A Study of Occupational Heritage in Paterson, New Jersey 1994." 86 pages.
FOLDER 108 Slide Show Lectures
Notes from David Taylor's slide-show lecture on the Working In Paterson Project Collection. No date. 24 pages.
FOLDER 109 TAYLOR, David
"Narratives of Work: Stories Told by Retired Workers and Their Children." No date. 21 pages.
Publications (Post-Fieldwork)
FOLDER 110 As I Was Saying..., April 14-May 17, 1996
Booklet from The Paterson Museum Exhibit, 'As I Was Saying...' Reflections of African Americans in Paterson. Many of the same informants had also contributed to the Working in Paterson project.
FOLDER 111 Cianci Street: A Neighborhood In Transition
By June Avignone, Photographs by Ellen Denuto. Paterson, New Jersey: Italian Girls Press, 1996.
FOLDER 112 Downtown Paterson
Edited by June Avignone. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 1999: Includes an essay by Tom Carroll.
FOLDER 113 Mary Ellen Newsletters
Newsletter of the Alexander Hamilton National Memorial. January 2001, March 2001, April 2001, June 2001, and July 2001. 6 newsletters.
FOLDER 114 Articles
Allee, Rod, "A step at last to dignify the Great Falls," The Record, March 14, 2001.
Austin, Charles, "A Bit of Paterson's Past Glory Debuts at the Library of Congress," NorthJersey.com, 2002.
Boehlert, Eric; Hansen, Suzy; and Stark, Jeff, "Our fight is for Jerusalem, not New York," Salon.com News, 2001.
Casey, Michael, "Downtown dilemma," The Record, March 8, 2001.
Cichowski, John, "Hamilton honored at Great Falls gathering," The Record, February 20, 2001.
"Lautenberg Library Unveiled at Labor Museum," Italian Voice, Vol. 69, No. 19, p. 6, October 5, 2000.
Llorente, Elizabeth, "Painting A New Portrait of New Jersey," The Record, October 24, 1999.
"Many Faces, One Family: Portraits of Our City," Fall 1996.
"New Online: Working in Paterson," The Gazette, May 10, 2002.
Pfaff, Leslie Garisto, "Silk City Saga," New Jersey Monthly, December 2001.
Vekshin, Alison, "Paterson national park bid on hold," The Record, March 14, 2001.
Vekshin, Alison,"House Oks Great Falls park study," State News Service, May 10, 2001.
FOLDER 115 Paterson Museum Coloring Book
The Story of Paterson coloring book. 20 pages.
FOLDER 116 Paterson Museum Pamphlets
The History of Paterson's Silk Industry 1839-1945;
The Story of Wright Aeronautics;
John Philip Holland 1841-1914;
A Brief History of The Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures;
Thomas Rogers Building;
A Brief History of the Great Falls; 6 pamphlets.
BOX FOLDER 117 Squeaky Chalk and Other Fun Things To Draw (and do) When There is Nothing To Do!
By Joy Sikorski. New York: Crown Publishers, 2000. The author is from Paterson and her work appears in the Mary Ellen newsletters.
Online Presentation
FOLDER 118 AFCWIP Batch 1-35mm black-and-white negatives
CD-ROM inventory sheets. 100 pages.
FOLDER 119-121 AFCWIP Batch 2-Color slides (3 folders)
CD-ROM inventory sheets. 300 pages.
FOLDER 122 Audio conversion procedures
Information on digitizing sound recordings. 13 pages.
FOLDER 123 CARROLL, Tom
Carroll's selection, from his audio logs, of possible online excerpts. 181 pages.
FOLDER 124 Cataloging
Subject terms for cataloging Working in Paterson photographs (I and II); notes from cataloging meetings; list of events and themes from the Working in Paterson collection. 59 pages.
FOLDER 125 Copyright Permission Request
Copyright permission correspondence for Paterson postcard used in online presentation. 11 pages.
BOX FOLDER 126 Correspondence
Correspondence announcing the Working in Paterson online presentation project. 11 pages.
FOLDER 127 Framework
Drafts and edited versions of text for Working in Paterson online presentation; correspondence regarding framework; notes from design meeting. 36 pages.
FOLDER 128 LEVITAS, Susan
"WIP Audio Tape Inventory" for audio collection; fields include: tape number, fieldworker, informant, recording date, subject matter, recording format, recording length. Selections, from her audio logs, of possible online excerpts. 94 pages.
FOLDER 129 McCARL, Robert
"WIP Audio Tape Inventory" for audio collection. 51 pages.
FOLDER 130 Announcement about online presentation
3 pages.
FOLDER 131 Permission Forms, First Request (Irradiated Originals)
Due to the fragility of the irradiated originals, please refer to the photocopies.
FOLDER 132 Permission Forms, Second Request (Irradiated Originals)
Due to the fragility of the irradiated originals, please refer to the photocopies.
FOLDER 133 Permission Forms Received (Irradiated Originals) (A-L)
Due to the fragility of the irradiated originals, please refer to the photocopies.
FOLDER 134 Permission Forms Received (Irradiated Originals) (M-Sch)
Due to the fragility of the irradiated originals, please refer to the photocopies.
BOX FOLDER 135 Permission Forms Received (Irradiated Originals) (Se-Z)
Due to the fragility of the irradiated originals, please refer to the photocopies.
FOLDER 136 Permission Forms, First Request (Photocopies)
FOLDER 137 Permission Forms, Second Request (Photocopies)
FOLDER 138 Permission Forms Received (Photocopies) (A-L)
FOLDER 139 Permission Forms Received (Photocopies) (M-S)
FOLDER 140 Permission Forms Received (Photocopies) (T-Z)
BOX FOLDER 141 Plan for Digital Collections, 1996-2000
Correspondence, proposals, budget. 16 pages.
FOLDER 142 Planning
Outline, status reports, task lists, ephemera, meeting notes, planning template, questions and answers, budget. 38 pages.
FOLDER 143 TAYLOR, David
Table - "WIP Audio Tape Inventory" for Taylor's audio collection, fields include: tape number, fieldworker, informant, recording date, subject matter, recording format, recording length. Taylor's selections, from his audio logs, of possible online excerpts. 87 pages.
Series II: Sound Recordings
Note: Sound recordings originally housed in boxes are stored in a separate location. Duplicate copies, preservation copies, and reference copies of the original sound recordings are available on audiocassette tapes. Please contact Folklife Reading Room reference staff for descriptive lists of these copies.
Audiocassettes, Originals
LLOYD, Timothy: WIP-TL-A001 through WIP-TL-A002
McCARL, Robert: WIP-RM-A001 through WIP-RM-A011
TAYLOR, David: WIP-DT-A001 through WIP-DT-A028
Digital Audio Tapes
CARROLL, Tom: WIP-TDC-A001 through WIP-TDC-A027
LEVITAS, Susan: WIP-SL-A001 through WIP-SL-A022
Series III: Graphic Materials
Black-and-White Negatives
BOX 15 A - Z
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