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Series 2. Business and Professional Materials, 1940-2005 (continued)
Speaking and media appearances, 1957-2000 (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 149/12 McGraw-Hill Publications correspondence, 1978-01-16-1978-04-03
Letters from John Tiebout, Barbara Munder, Jerry Ryan.
See also McGraw-Hill commercial client files .
BOX-FOLDER 149/13 Life Advertisers Association correspondence, 1978-03-15-1978-04-13
Letters from Val Chmel.
BOX-FOLDER 149/14 United States Information Agency correspondence, visitor biographical data, and other material, 1979-03-27-1989-11-21
Photograph of Bruce Gelb.
BOX-FOLDER 149/15 Great Neck Public Schools correspondence, circa 1979
Letters from students.
BOX-FOLDER 149/16 KLBJ correspondence, 1981-07-06-1984-06-06
Washington Post article, "Merlin of the Media." Letters from E.A.W. "Ted" Smith. Interview by Tom Shales.
BOX-FOLDER 150/1 Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers technical conference correspondence, 1982-03-18-1982-09-27
Letter from Stephen C. Chamberlain.
BOX-FOLDER 150/2 Parker Ethics in Telecommunications lecture series correspondence, presentation outline, and other materials, 1983-06-1989-10-19
Everett Parker biography, programs, draft concerning the United Church of Christ, news clippings.
BOX-FOLDER 150/3 Physicians Radio Network correspondence, presentation notes, and other materials, 1984-07-1985-09-24
Radio guide and evaluations concerning a seminar entitled A Demonstration of Sound — Examples and Techniques.
BOX-FOLDER 150/4 A Walk Through the 20th Century with Bill Moyers: The 30 Second President correspondence and handbill, 1984
Letter from Haley, Kiss and Dowd, Inc.
BOX-FOLDER 150/5 Phil Donahue Show resource material, correspondence, and other materials, circa 1984
Photocopies of Donahue Show appearance, syndication list, Washington Post preview, news clippings.
BOX 202 Photographs of Tony Schwartz on the Phil Donahue Show, circa 1984
Twenty-five color, chiefly 3 1/2x5 inch photographic prints showing television screen images of Tony Schwartz on the program. Schwartz was not interviewed in the television studio but rather from a remote location.
BOX-FOLDER 225/16 Photograph of Tony Schwartz on the Phil Donahue Show, circa 1984
One "matted" photographic image (photocopy) that appears to have been taken from a television screen of Tony Schwartz speaking to host Phil Donahue and his studio guests from a remote location via television monitor. The image is taped to a backing board and "matted" with a sheet of paper that gives instructions on sizing the image for publication.
BOX-FOLDER 230/2 Harvard University, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts poster for a Tony Schwartz presentation, undated
Black and white poster, 19x11 1/2 inches, promoting "Media and How They Affect Each Other in 'Post-Literary Society': An Examination and Demonstration in Sound - Through Telecommunication - by Tony Schwartz." Designed by Toshihiro Katayama.
BOX-FOLDER 150/6 Institute for the Humanities at Salado correspondence and other conference materials, 1987-10-25-circa 1990
The file includes an Understanding Evil symposium program and newsletter, letters from Harry Wilmer and Nancy Lefler, Interregional Society of Jungian Analysts conference material: copies of "Dreams of an AIDS Patient From Diagnosis to Death" and "The Dynamics of Transference and Countertransference: On the Nature of Dialogue."
BOX-FOLDER 150/7 University of Georgia, Himan Brown Audio Production Center correspondence and information packet, 1989-02-01-1989-02-08
Grady School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
BOX-FOLDER 150/8 Chez Beauvais presentation reviews, handbills, and cue sheets, 1989-07-29-1989-08-21
Variety and Christian Science Monitor reviews of talks given by Tony Schwartz at Chez Beauvais, a New York bistro.
BOX-FOLDER 225/17 Poster promoting "Tony Schwartz Presents the Humorous Side of Political Commercials," at Chez Beauvais, New York, New York, 1989-08
Four copies of a poster, 15x11 inches, promoting Schwartz's talk, which was presented "every Tuesday in August (Aug. 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29)."
BOX-FOLDER 150/9 Virginia Commonwealth University handbills, 1990-03-07-1990-09-21
The Power of Media teleconference.
BOX-FOLDER 151/1 United States Information Agency correspondence and visitor biographical data, 1990-08-15-1993-02-11
BOX-FOLDER 151/2 United States Information Agency correspondence and visitor biographical data, 1993-03-03-2000-09-11
BOX-FOLDER 151/3 Inside Edition transcript, 1992-03-30
Interview with Tony Schwartz.
BOX-FOLDER 151/4 Museum of Television and Radio correspondence, 1992-11-13-1998-04-07
BOX-FOLDER 151/5 The Legacy of McLuhan: A Symposium correspondence, presentation outline, and other materials, 1997-12-17-1998-03-28
Transcript of Schwartz presentation, "Instant Information"; copy of Edmund Carpenter speech, Conference on McLuhan; letter from Lance Strate.
See also the McLuhan correspondence file , McLuhan book material used in teaching , and the extensive McLuhan subject files .
BOX-FOLDER 152/1 International Association of Business Communicators correspondence and presentation outline, 1979, undated
Letters from Peter Haas and John Ziegmann.
BOX-FOLDER 152/2 Charlotte Society of Communicating Arts handbill and photocopies, undated
BOX-FOLDER 152/3 "Post Literate Society" notes and resource material, undated
BOX-FOLDER 152/4 Quotations, undated
Selections for Schwartz presentations.
BOX-FOLDER 152/5 Royal Typographers Gallery invitation, undated
BOX-FOLDER 152/6 Transcript of an untitled political speech by Tony Schwartz, undated
Exhibitions, 1983-1993
Correspondence and programs related to exhibitions. Arranged in chronological order, then alphabetical by title.
BOX-FOLDER 152/7 Hely Lima correspondence and promotional material, 1983-04-09-1983-04-18
Letter from Herbert Zohn.
Zoma Gallery private preview.
BOX-FOLDER 220/11 Promotional flier for Robert Lowe paintings and drawings exhibition, Zoma Gallery, New York, New York, 1982-04-27-1982-05-23
BOX-FOLDER 152/8 Sigmund Freud Antiquities: Fragments from a Buried Past correspondence, 1989-08-07-1989-09-07
Faxes from Sharon Zane.
BOX-FOLDER 152/9 Image World: Art and Media Culture correspondence, circa 1989-1990-02-01
Letters from Grai St. Clair Rice.
Whitney Museum of American Art.
BOX-FOLDER 152/10 Perpetual Campaign: The Making of the People's President correspondence, 1991-12-17-1994
Letter from Jennifer Gruber.
Smithsonian Institution.
BOX-FOLDER 152/11 The Living Room Candidate: A History of Presidential Campaigns on TV, 1952-1992 program guide, 1992-07-04-1993-01-24
American Museum of the Moving Image.
BOX-FOLDER 152/12 Buttons to Broadcasts, Two Centuries of Political Advertising brochure, undated
American Advertising Museum, Portland, Oregon, 1986-2004.
Series 3. Works and Publications, 1950-2004
5 linear feet
RPA 01008-01019 (boxes 153-164); RPB 00119, 00122 (oversize boxes 220, 223); RPC 00086 (oversize box 226); RPD 00040 (oversize box 230); RPU 00021-00023 (boxes 202-204), RPU 00032 (box 212)
Series 3 consists of various materials concerning audiovisual projects, books, and articles produced and written by Tony Schwartz. The materials include research, correspondence, drafts of scripts and articles, published final drafts, publicity, hard and soft bound books, contracts, reviews, and interviews.
This series is divided into two subseries: audiovisual and written works. Each subseries is arranged by project title.
Audiovisual works, 1950-2004, undated
This subseries of published audiovisual works by Tony Schwartz includes material on such projects as Guerrilla Media, Children and God, If You Know Someone Who Smokes, and various albums published by the Folkways label. The material includes correspondence, research, and promotional material, information on royalties, scripts, interviews and reviews.
See also Varied Directions and related files.
BOX-FOLDER 153/1 Album lists, undated
Includes one list of Folkways records by Tony Schwartz and one list titled, "Final album count for Tony Schwartz collection."
See also Folkways files .
BOX-FOLDER 153/2 Bad Bishops correspondence and research, 1981-05-17-1983-08-11
See also Varied Directions production and related files .
BOX-FOLDER 153/3 Chic Chaikin interview, undated
Daily News interview transcript about the International Ladies Garment Workers Union.
BOX-FOLDER 153/4 Children and God publicity materials, circa 1970
BOX-FOLDER 220/12 Children and God promotional package, circa 1970
See also Children and God in Series 2, Art and design work.
BOX-FOLDER 226/1-2 The Educated Eye II and Children and God movable record cover, [early 1970s?]
Two copies of a record cover bearing the title The Educated Eye II and originally containing Tony Schwartz's vinyl record, Children and God. The cover, illustrated with black-and-white photographs taken by Ken Heyman at the Dalton School in New York City, consists of flaps that can be unfolded and reassembled into a three-dimensional "house" or "school" building Illustrated instructions for assembling the building are provided on the inside of the front cover flap, along with notes about Heyman's photographs and Schwartz's recording by Dalton headmaster Donald Barr.
BOX-FOLDER 153/5 Contracts and royalties, 1956-1959
Between Legend Recordings, Inc. and the following: Columbia, CBS, NBC, Folkways, RCA, McCall's, Jack Gold Music Co., and others.
See also files relating to commercial clients of Tony Schwartz .
BOX-FOLDER 153/6 Dick Wade interview, 1975-10-14
Daily News interview transcript about New York City.
BOX-FOLDER 153/7 Dirty Business correspondence and publicity materials, 1988-03-15-1988-04-13
See also Varied Directions production and related files .
BOX-FOLDER 153/8 Dominating Political Media materials, 1984-09-24-1988-05-03
See also Varied Directions production and related files .
BOX-FOLDER 153/9 Fight for Your Life correspondence and PR materials, 1986-01-12-1987-02-10
See also Varied Directions production and related files .
Folkways Records, 1951-2000
See also Folkways album list .
BOX-FOLDER 153/10 Royalty statements, circa 1962-circa 1992
BOX-FOLDER 153/11 Correspondence, 1953-01-05-2000-12
Reviews, fan mail, and letters asking for copyright permission.
BOX-FOLDER 154/1 Production materials, 1953-1970
Print materials for published recordings by Tony Schwartz for Folkways. They include: New York 19, Millions of Musicians, Nueva York, 1, 2, 3 and a Zing Zing Zing, French Folk Songs, A Dog's Life, You're Stepping on My Shadow, If He Asks You Was I Laughing, Sounds of the City, and Children at Play. Also included are materials relating to Rhythms of Harlem and Poems for Children by Langston Hughes, and ten photos of Schwartz recording taxi drivers.
BOX-FOLDER 220/13 Joseph Carpini cover art for If He Asks You Was I Laughing, undated
Four copies.
BOX-FOLDER 226/3-4 French Folk Songs and Nueva York album covers, circa 1954-1955
Reversed print (white illustration and lettering on a black background) of the cover of French Folk Songs (Folkways FW06832, 1954), 12 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches, Elie Zmirou, artist; and a black-and-white print of the cover of Nueva York: A Tape Documentary of Puerto Rican New Yorkers (Folkways FW05559, 1955), 10x10 inch print pasted to a 14 x14 inch backing board, Tony Schwartz, artist, producer.
BOX-FOLDER 230/3 New York 19 album cover artwork, circa 1954
Artwork, 14 1/2x14 inches, for the cover of Folkways FW05558, released in 1954.
BOX-FOLDER 154/2 Reviews, circa 1951-1998-04-26
Articles and PR on various Folkways projects.
Guerrilla Media, circa 1980s-2004
See also Varied Directions production and related files .
BOX-FOLDER 154/3 Post production materials, 1988-03-21-2004-01-14
Correspondence, PR, reviews, a letter from Senator J. Robert Kerrey of Nebraska. Includes overhead projector transparencies, photos, and fliers.
BOX-FOLDER 154/4 Post production materials, 1987-10-06-1989-02-01
PR, order forms, correspondence, and reviews.
BOX-FOLDER 154/5 Endorsement scripts, 1988-01-19-1988-09-19
BOX-FOLDER 154/6 Press release materials, circa 1988
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