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Guide to the Indivisible: Stories of American Community Records, 1999-2002

Abstract

The records of the documentary project Indivisible: Stories of American Community span the dates 1988-2002. Through documentary photographs and oral histories, project records, videos, and other materials, the collection documents the social conditions in twelve American communities as well as the history of the project, which explored civil activism, struggle, and change in the following locations: the North Pacific Coast of Alaska; Ithaca, N.Y.; San Francisco, California; Navajo Nation, Arizona and New Mexico; Eau Claire, South Carolina; Delray Beach, Florida; Western North Carolina; Stony Brook, N.Y.; San Juan, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and the Yaak Valley, Montana. The photographers are Dawoud Bey, Bill Burke, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Lucy Capehart, Lynn Davis, Terry Evans, Lauren Greenfield, Joan Liftin, Reagan Louie, Danny Lyon, Sylvia Plachy, and Eli Reed. The project was sponsored by the Center for Documentary Studies of Duke University and the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona, and co-directed by Tom Rankin and Trudi Stack. Acquired as part of the Archive of Documentary Arts at Duke University.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Indivisible: Stories of American Community records, 1999-2002
Creator
Duke University. Center for Documentary Studies.
Extent
14.2 Linear feet, 7250 items
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Language
Materials in English

Collection Overview

The records of the documentary project "Indivisible: Stories of American Community" span the dates 1988-2002, with the bulk of the collection dating from 1999 to 2002, the primary timeframe for the project. Through documentary photographs and oral histories, project records, videos, and other materials, the collection documents the social conditions in twelve American communities as well as the history of the project, which explored civil activism, struggle, and change in the following locations: the North Pacific Coast of Alaska; Ithaca, N.Y.; San Francisco, California; Navajo Nation, Arizona and New Mexico; Eau Claire, South Carolina; Delray Beach, Florida; Western North Carolina; Stony Brook, N.Y.; San Juan, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and the Yaak Valley, Montana. Each project is fully described in its entry in this collection guide. The project co-directors were Tom Rankin of the Center for Documentary Studies and Trudy Wilner Stack of the Center for Creative Photography. The project was also supported by the Pew Charitable Trusts, the NEA, and other agencies.

The photographs in this collection, most of which formed part of a traveling exhibit, were taken chiefly during 1999 by twelve well-known documentary and landscape photographers working in partnership with project oral history interviewers. The photographers are Dawoud Bey, Bill Burke, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Lucy Capehart, Lynn Davis, Terry Evans, Lauren Greenfield, Joan Liftin, Reagan Louie, Danny Lyon, Sylvia Plachy, and Eli Reed. Their images capture the experiences of individuals participating in grassroots initiatives addressing American social issues such as housing, immigration (in particular, Haitians in Florida), the natural environment, race relations, youth empowerment, and economic and cultural development, and others.

Also preserved in this collection are detailed oral histories recorded in each community, with audio recordings and transcriptions; information on the traveling exhibit; and materials on other project outcomes, including a hardbound large-format book of the images, a postcard exhibit, a guide for educators, booklets and other publications on community organizing, and radio and television programs. Other files document the establishment of research archives based on the documentary project's output, at Duke, in Arizona, and in each of the twelve communities.

The collection is arranged into three series: Audiovisual Resources, Photographs, and Project Files. Audiovisual Resources houses the interview tapes as well as other media associated with the project; Photographs includes photographic prints, most of which accompanied the project book and exhibition; Project Files houses the interview records as well as tape lists, logs, and transcripts in both paper and digital formats. Additional supporting materials found in the Project Files Series include postcards and videocassette tapes from exhibits; a CD-ROM of the 2001 website; field notes in paper and digital format; and other office files generated by the project and its staff, including Tom Rankin, one of the project co-directors.

Acquired as part of the Archives for Documentary Arts at Duke University.

Administrative Information

A majority of collections are stored off site and must be requested at least 48 business hours in advance for retrieval. Contact Rubenstein Library staff before visiting. Read More »

warning Access Restrictions

Collection is restricted. Images and recorded interviews may be used for non-commercial, public service, or educational purposes. All other requests to copy, reprint, or republish recorded interviews or printed materials must be made in writing to the Center for Documentary Studies. Researchers who wish to use an interview that does not have a release agreement must read and sign a "Research Agreement for Restricted Materials." All quotes must be taken directly from the recorded interviews, not the printed transcripts or logs.

All or portions of this collection may be housed off-site in Duke University's Library Service Center. There may be a 48-hour delay in obtaining these materials.

Also, some of the materials in this collection are not immediately accessible, because they require further processing before use.

Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library to use this collection.

warning Use Restrictions

The copyright interests in this collection have not been transferred to Duke University. For more information, consult the copyright section of the Regulations and Procedures of the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

Contents of the Collection

Interviews and related audiovisual resources, 1999-2001

7.0 boxes

The Interviews and Related Audiovisual Resources series includes Interview Recordings, primarily oral history recordings on standard audiocassettes and digital audio tapes, and Associated Media, which contains VHS videocassettes promoting Indivisible. Electronic transcripts for many of the oral histories are available. Contact the Rubenstein Library for further information.

Community recordings, 1999-2000

Alaska Fishing Communities, North Pacific Coast, AK, 1999-2000

58.0 Items

Fifty-eight standard audiocassettes documenting a collaborative project led by the Alaska Marine Conservation Council, to protect and restore marine habitat.

Alaska Marine Conservation Council Board Meeting, 3/27/99, Anchorage, AK, 1, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 March 27
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0031
Alaska Marine Conservation Council Board Meeting, 3/27/99, Anchorage, AK. The portion of this tape after Al Tyler (until I say so) is confidential. 2, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 March 27
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0032
Alaska Marine Conservation Council Board Meeting, 3/27-28/99, Anchorage, AK, 3, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 March 27-28
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0033
Alaska Marine Conservation Council Board Meeting, 3/28/99, Anchorage, AK, 4, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 March 28
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0034
AK Marine Conservation Council Board Meeting, , 3/29/99, Anchorage, AK, 5, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 March 29
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0035
Tony Azuyak, Old Harbor, Kodiak, AK, 5/26/99, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 May 26
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0025
Jeff Peterson, Old Harbor, AK, 5/27/99, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 May 27
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0081
Memorial Service for Fishermen Lost at Sea, Kodiak, AK, May 30, 1999, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 May 30
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0039
Party @ Brian Johnson and Kristin Stahl-Johnson's, Kodiak, AK, 5/30-31/99, Present: B.J., K.S-J., Chuck McWethy, Elinor Poll Ramus, Percy Stihl, Peter C?, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 May 30-31
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0053
[Russian Orthodox] Blessing of the Fleet, Crab Festival, Kodiak, AK, 5/31/99, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 May 31
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0037
Charter Boat fishing trip in Sitka Sound with Eric Jordan, Floyd Tomkins, Brian McNitt, 6/2/99, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 02
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0048
Ted Borbridge, Sitka, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0016
Nevette Bowen, AMCC Board-member, commercial fisher, Yakutat, AK (Side A); Bob Mikol, AMCC Board-member, commercial fisher, fisheries scientist, writer, Fairbanks, AK (Side B), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0017
Phyllis Clough, Old Harbor, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0018
Page Else, Sitka, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0019
Duncan Fields, Kodiak, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0020
Leslie Fields, Kodiak, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0021
Steve Fish, Sitka, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0022
AK Fishing - Alutiiq Dancers Performance @ Alutiiq Museum, Kodiak, AK (J. Lund), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0023
Nick Galaktionoff, Unalaska, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0024
Stosh Anderson, Kodiak, AK, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0026
Theo Grutter, Sitka, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0027
Ralph Guthrie, Sitka, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0028
Pete Hendrickson, Unalaska, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0029
Oliver & Eva Holm, Kodiak (1 of 2), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0030
Kodiak Alutiiq Dancers Performance at Alutiiq Museum in Kodiak, AK, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0036
Kodiak Crab Festival Parade, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0038
Bill Foster, Sitka, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0040
Francine Bennis, AMCC Project Coordinator (staff), Anchorage, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0041
Mary Jo McNally, Sitka, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0042
Ben & Suzi Golodoff, Unalaska, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0043
Wilma Berns & Dave Hilty, Old Harbor, AK, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0044
Chris Berns, Kodiak, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0046
Joe Macinko, Kodiak, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0047
Kristin Stahl-Johnson, Kodiak, (1 of 2), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0049
Kristin Stahl-Johnson, Kodiak, (2 of 2), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0050
Eric Jordan, Sitka, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0051
Brian Johnson, Kodiak, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0052
George "Papa George" Inga, Sr, Old Harbor, Kodiak, AK, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0054
Oliver Holm, Kodiak (2 of 2), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0075
Jay Skordahl, Sitka, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0076
Carolyn Servid & Dorik Mechau, Sitka, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0077
Julia Suzanne Schmidt, Kodiak, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0078
Chris Price, Unalaska, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0079
Guy Powell, Kodiak, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0080
Bill Paden, Sitka, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0082
Tony Azuyak, Old Harbor, Kodiak, AK (J. Lund), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0083
Piama Robinson Oleyer, Unalaska (J. Lund), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0084
Piama Robinson Oleyer, Unalaska, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0085
Glenn Ujioka (AK Native), AMCC Board-member, commercial fisher, longshoreman, Cordova, AK (Side A); Paul Seaton, AMCC Board-member, commercial fisher, Homer, AK (Side B), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0086
Mark Thomas, Kodiak, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0087
Walter Tellman, AMCC Board from Unalaska, commercial fisher, AK Native, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0088
Walter Tellman, crab-fishing trip, Unalaska, (1 of 2), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0089
Walter Tellman, crab-fishing trip, Unalaska, (2 of 2), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0090
Walter Tellman, Second Interview, Unalaska, 2, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0091
Bob Storrs, Unalaska, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0092
Bob Storrs, Unalaska (J. Lund), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0093
Jay Stinson, Kodiak, AK, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 21
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0094

Alternatives Federal Credit Union, Ithaca, New York, 1999-2000

Thirty-one digital audio tapes documenting the community investment and social change programs led by Alternatives Federal Credit Union.

Leni Hochman 4/10/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 April 10
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0035
Carol Chernikoff 04/11/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 April 11
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0028
Leslie Muhlhahn 04/11/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 April 11
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0043
Inger Giuffrida 4/12/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 April 12
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0033
Bill Myers 04/12/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 April 12
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0044
Ed Ryan 04/12/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 April 12
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0045
Barbara Brazill/Don Ruff 05/15/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 15
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0026
Meyer/White 05/15/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 15
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0040
Dennis Montgomery 05/15/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 15
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0042
Alexander/Gerrity 05/16/1999, tape 1, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 16
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0021
Alexander/Gerrity 05/16/1999, tape 2, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 16
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0022
Clementine Dubose/Frances Eastman 05/17/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 17
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0031
Jones/Scott/Cooper 5/17/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 17
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0038
Deidre Silverman 05/18/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 18
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0047
Steve Valloney 05/18/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 18
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0051
Paul Carrubia 05/19/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 19
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0027
Patrice Jennings 5/19/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 19
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0037
Sisay Sisouphone 05/19/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 19
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0048
Rosalind Smith 05/19/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 19
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0049
Anne Steinle 05/19/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 19
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0050
The Barbershop 05/20/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 20
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0024
Daniel Lang 05/20/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 20
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0039
Mark Selden 05/20/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 20
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0046
The Bailor Family 05/21/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 21
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0023
Gloria Molina 05/21/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 21
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0041
Alan Cohen 05/22/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 22
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0029
Ithaca Farmers' Market 05/22/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 22
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0036
Kevin Cuddeback 05/23/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 23
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0030
Jeff Furman 05/24/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 24
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0032
Paul Glover 05/24/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 24
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0034
Anna Sims Bartel, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0025

Communities in Harmony Advocating for Learning and Kids, San Francisco, CA, 1999-2000

Seventeen digital audio tapes documenting CHALK's Youthline, a teen-staffed hotline and confidential peer mediation service.

CHALK, tape 1, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0052
CHALK, tape 2, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0053
CHALK, tape 3, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0054
CHALK, tape 4, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0055
CHALK, tape 5, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0056
CHALK, tape 6, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0057
CHALK, tape 7, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0058
CHALK, tape 8, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0059
CHALK, tape 9, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0060
CHALK, tape 10, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0061
CHALK, tape 11, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0062
CHALK, tape 12, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0063
CHALK, tape 13, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0064
CHALK, tape 14, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0065
CHALK, tape 15, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0066
CHALK, tape 16, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0067
CHALK, tape 17, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0068

Dine bi iina, Inc., Navajo Nation, 1999-2000

Fourteen digital audio tapes created under the supervision of Jack Loeffler, to document the Diné bí' íína', meaning "Navajo lifeways."

Jack Loeffler, tape 1, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 09
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0083
Jack Loeffler, tape 2, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 09
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0084
Jack Loeffler, tape 3, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 24
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0085
Jack Loeffler, tape 4, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 25
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0086
Jack Loeffler, tape 5, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 25
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0087
Jack Loeffler, tape 6, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 28
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0088
Jack Loeffler, tape 7, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 28
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0089
Jack Loeffler, tape 8, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 29
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0090
Jack Loeffler, tape 9, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 30
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0091
Jack Loeffler, tape 10, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 31
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0092
Jack Loeffler, tape 11, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 June 17
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Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0093
Jack Loeffler, tape 12, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 June 23
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0094
Jack Loeffler, tape 13, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0095
Jack Loeffler, tape 14, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0096

Eau Claire Community of Shalom, Eau Claire, South Carolina, 1999-2000

Twenty-two digital audio tapes documenting the Eau Claire Community of Shalom, an interracial, cross-denominational network concerned with revitalizing Eau Claire's historic neighborhoods and communities.

College Place U.M.C Columbia, SC, 11/24/1998, original DAT audio-cassette, 1998 November 24
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0106
Eau Claire, tape 1, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0107
Eau Claire, tape 2, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0108
Eau Claire, tape 3, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0109
Eau Claire, tape 4, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0110
Eau Claire, tape 5, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0111
Eau Claire, tape 6, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0112
Eau Claire, tape 7, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0113
Eau Claire, tape 8, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0114
Eau Claire, tape 9, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0115
Eau Claire, tape 10, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0116
Eau Claire, tape 11, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0117
Eau Claire, tape 12, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0118
Eau Claire, tape 13, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0119
Eau Claire, tape 14, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0120
Eau Claire, tape 15, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0121
Eau Claire, tape 16, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0122
Eau Claire, tape 17, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0123
Eau Claire, tape 18, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0124
Eau Claire, tape 19, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0125
Eau Claire, tape 20, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0126
Eau Claire, tape 21, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0127
Eau Claire, tape 22, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
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Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0128
Delray, tape 1, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 03
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Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0069
Delray, tape 2, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 04
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0070
Delray, tape 3, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 June 25
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0071
Delray, tape 4, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0072
Delray, tape 5, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 10
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0073
Delray, tape 6, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 16
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Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0074
Delray, tape 7, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0075
Delray, tape 8, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 June 08
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Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0076
Delray, tape 9, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0077
Delray, tape 10, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 June 29

Fourteen digital audio tapes documenting the Haitian community in Delray Beach, Florida.

Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0078
Delray, tape 11, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 04
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0079
Delray, tape 12, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0080
Delray, tape 13, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0081
Delray, tape 14, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0082

HandMade in America, Western North Carolina, 1999-2000

Seventeen digital audio tapes documenting a revitalization project in Marshall, North Carolina.

Handmade Meeting 3/12/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 March 12
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0134
Red Wilson, tape 3, 03/16/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 March 16
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0145
Woodrow Lail/Everette Barnette 3/17/99, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 March 17
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0137
Rock Cafe/ Slowly Franklin 03/17/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 March 17
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0143
Everett & Pendleton 03/18/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 March 18
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0132
Depot 1 03/22/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 March 22
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0130
Depot 2 03/22/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 March 22
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0131
Pug Shelton/ Megan Ramsey, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 15
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0144
Davitus Gosnell 05/15; Depot 05/15; Pug Shelton 5/10, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 15-18
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0133
Jerry Plemmons 05/17/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 17
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0141
Burke Landrum 5/18/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 18
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0138
Joe Penland, Jr., Adams Drugstore 5/19/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 19
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0140
Handmade Meeting, Marshall, NC, tape 1, 5/20/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 20
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0135
Marshall Handmade Meeting, tape 2, Becky Anderson, 5/20, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 20
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0136
Joe Penland, Jr. 5/20/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 20
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0139
Becky Anderson 2/ Ray Rapp, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0129
Ray Rapp (cont.); Dahryl Boone, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0142

Midwifery Practice and Doula Service, University Hospital and Medical Center, Stony Brook, New York, 1999-2000

Nine digital audio tapes documenting the training of doulas in Suffolk County, New York.

Doula Project, tape 1, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 March 02
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0097
Doula Project, tape 2, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 March 02
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0098
Doula Project, tape 4, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 March 06
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0100
Doula Project, tape 3, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 March 08
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0099
Doula Project, tape 5, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 April 14
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0101
Doula Project, tape 6, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 April 14
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0102
Doula Project, tape 7, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 April 15
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0103
Doula Project, tape 8, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 June 10
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0104
Doula Project, tape 9, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 June 12
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0105

Proyecto Azteca. San Juan, Texas, 1999-2000

Twenty-seven digital audio tapes documenting the work of Proyecto Azteca in providing housing for low-income Mexican American migrant workers.

Reyes 05/07/1999, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 May 07
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0172
David Arizmendi, tape 1, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0146
David Arizmendi, tape 2, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0147
Amado Balderas, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0148
Teresa Barera, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0149
Jose Chavez, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0150
Contreras, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0151
Veronica Cruz, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0152
Dani's Class, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0153
Gaona, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0154
Miguel Angel Garcia, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0155
Yolanda Hernandez, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0156
Group at PA, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0157
Olga Valle Viera, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0158
Noe Hinojosa, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0159
Glynnis Laing, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0160
Ricardo Longoria, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0161
Patricia Mejia, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0162
Elizabeth Morales, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0163
Alicia Mabejas, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0164
Nerio, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0165
Leslie Nemmon, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0166
Melissa Perez, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0167
Omar Perez, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0168
Arturo Ramirez, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0169
The Pulga, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0170
Sound, etc., original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 24
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0171

Southwest Youth Collaborative, Chicago, Illinois, 1999-2000

Eight digital audio tapes documenting the efforts of Chicago youth to improve access to quality education and youth development programs.

SW Youth Collaborative, tape 1, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0001
SW Youth Collaborative, tape 2, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0002
SW Youth Collaborative, tape 3, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0003
SW Youth Collaborative, tape 4, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0004
SW Youth Collaborative, tape 5, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0005
SW Youth Collaborative, tape 6, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0006
Indivisible, tape 7, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0007
Indivisible, tape 8, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0008

The Village of Arts and Humanities, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1999-2000

Twelve digital audio tapes produced by the Talking Cloth project, in which nine teenagers document the creation of a community quilt.

Indivisible/Village, tape 1, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 March 17
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0009
Indivisible/Village, tape 2, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0010
Indivisible/Village, tape 3, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 April 09
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0011
Indivisible/Village, tape 4, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 April 09
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0012
Indivisible/Village, tape 5, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0013
Indivisible/Village, tape 6, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 April 16-17
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0014
Indivisible/Village, tape 7, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0015
Indivisible/Village, tape 8, original DAT audio-cassette, undated
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0016
Indivisible/Village, tape 9, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 June 18
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0017
Indivisible/Village, tape 10, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 June 25
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0018
Indivisible/Village, tape 11, original DAT audio-cassette, 1999 July 07
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0019
5/23/01 Village of Arts and Humanities, original DAT audio-cassette, 2001 May 23
Box 23
Audio-cassette RL10139-DAT-0020

Yaak Valley Forest Community, Yaak Valley, MT, 1999-2000

Thirty-six audiocassettes documenting a collaborative project of the Yaak Valley Forest Community and the Troy School District in Yaak Valley, Montana, on ecological diversity and forest protection.

Jeanne Higgins, Libby, MT, 06/06/99, also present Terry Evans & Eddie Randles, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 06
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0061
Gale & Carolyn Bennett, Yaak, MT, 6/17/99, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 17
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0005
Rick Bass, 6/18/99, Yaak, MT (Interview), original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 18
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0007
Zeita Mae Romeiko, Yaak River, MT, 6/18/99 (J. Lund), original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 18
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0065
Zeita Mae Romeiko, Yaak, MT, 6/18/99, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 18
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0066
Yaak - Dave Henderson, 6/19/99, Troy, MT (J. Lund), original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 19
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0062
Dave Henderson, Troy, MT, 6/19/99, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 19
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0063
Yaak Valley Community Church Service, Yaak, MT, Sunday Morning Service, 6/20/99, 1 of 2, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 20
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0014
Yaak Valley Community Church Service, Yaak, MT, Sunday Morning Service, 6/20/99, 2 of 2, very short, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 20
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0015
Martin & Joanne Riedlinger, Yaak, MT, 6/20/99, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 20
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0067
Martin & Joanne Riedlinger, Yaak, MT, 6/20/99 (J. Lund), original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 20
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0068
Dario Scarabosio, Yaak, MT, 6/21/99, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 21
Box 22
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0097
Jesse Sedler, Horse Logging, Yaak, MT, 6/21/99, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 21
Box 22
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0102
Logging with Michael "Crash" Karuzas and Dan Kelly, Yaak, MT, 6/22/99, original standard audio-cassette, 1999 June 22
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0059
Yaak - Larry Dolezal, Troy, MT (J. Lund), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0002
Larry Dolezal, Troy, MT, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0003
Scott Daily, Yaak, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0004
Rick Bass in the woods, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0006
Yaak Valley Forest Council, Forest Walk for Stewardship Project, Tape 1 of 3, Rick Bass, Steve Thompson, Scott Dailey, Robyn King, also Terry Evans, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0009
Yaak Valley Forest Council, Forest Walk for Stewardship Project, Tape 1 of 3, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0010
Yaak Valley Forest Council, Forest Walk for Stewardship (Roderick Site), Tape 2 of 3, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0011
Yaak Valley Forest Council, Forest Walk for Stewardship (Roderick Site), Tape 3 of 3, very short, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0012
Yaak Valley Forest Council, Forest Walk for Stewardship, Tape 3 of 3, short, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0013
Jimmy Martin & Robyn King, 1, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0055
Jimmy Martin & Robyn King, 2, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0056
Mikolas "Crash" Karuzas & Shirley Karuzas, also Haakon & Aaron Karuzas & Tyler Janssen, 1, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0057
Mikolas "Crash" Karuzas & Shirley Karuzas, 2, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0058
Tom Horelick, Libby, MT, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0060
John, Barbara, and Willow Lindsay, Yaak (J. Lund), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0071
Tim & Joanne Candler Linehan, Yaak, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0072
Reuben Knellen, Yaak, MT (sawmill & interview), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0073
John, Barb, & Willow Lindsay, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0074
John & Mary Ellen Solem, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 22
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0095
John & Mary Ellen Solem, Yaak (J. Lund), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 22
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0096
James "Seamus" Sedler & Jesse Sedler, Yaak, MT (Lund), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 22
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0099
James "Seamus" Sedler & Jesse Sedler, Yaak, MT, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 22
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0103
Mark & Simone Ewing, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0001
Jeanette Aklin & Artie Wright, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0008
Keith & Susanne Hagerty, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0064
Tom & Nancy Oar (1), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0069
Tom & Nancy Oar (2), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 19
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0070
Ted Schmidt & Patti O'Bryan, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 22
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0098
Linda Stehlik (1), original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 22
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0100
Linda Stehlik (2), Side A only, original standard audio-cassette, undated
Box 22
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0101
Associated Media, 1999-2000
Indivisible Exhibit, KVOA, 9/06/1999, original VHS video-cassette, 1999 September 6
Box 26
Video-cassette RL10139-VHS-0001
Indivisible Chicago VNR, with R. Suarez and Ali, B-Roll and photographs, 9/20/00, original VHS video-cassette, 2000 September 20
Box 26
Video-cassette RL10139-VHS-0002
Indivisible PSA 9/20/2000, original VHS video-cassette, 2000 September 20
Box 26
Video-cassette RL10139-VHS-0003
Invisible on NPR's Morning Edition, Bob Edwards and Tom Rankin, January 8, 2001, original standard audio-cassette, 2001 January 08
Box 20
Audio-cassette RL10139-CS-0045
Exhibit 12/14/2001, UNC TV, original VHS video-cassette, 2001 December 14
Box 26
Video-cassette RL10139-VHS-0004

Photographs, 1999-2002

20.0 boxes

Prints in various sizes, chiefly in black and white, taken by documentary photographers in project locations: Alaska, Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, New York, and Wisconsin. All captions and contextual notes have been taken from the original source. Unless otherwise noted, images were also published in the volume, Indivisible: Stories of American Community, and formed the traveling exhibit by the same name. Each print is prefaced by a unique identification number assigned by the photographers. Arranged in subseries alphabetically by photographer's last name.

Dawoud Bey (United States, b. 1953)

Seventeen black and white gelatin silver prints of community organizations and individuals in Chicago, Illinois, with the chief focus on members of the Southwest Youth Collaborative, an effort on the part of faith-based institutions, social service centers, recreational centers, and neighborhood organizations to empower youth and their community in South Chicago neighborhoods.

Danyale, West Englewood Youth and Teen Center, 1999 (2 prints)

(2 prints)

Box 37
Item (L2000:040:001a-b)
Aron Hanson, Youth Organizer, Community Justice Initiative, 1999 (5 prints)

(5 prints)

Box 37
Item (L2000:040:002a-b, L2000:040:003, L2000:040:004, L2000:040:005)
Trenton, Greater Lawn Community Youth Network, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:040:006)
Adriana Bartow, Director, Greater Lawn Community Youth Network, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:040:007)
Darrin, West Englewood Youth and Teen Center, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:040:008)
Geoff Banks, Youth Organizer, Community Justice Initiative, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:040:009)
Alma Montes, Staff, Greater Lawn Community Youth Network, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:040:010)
Janette Maldonado, Peer Mentor, Community Justice Initiative, 1999 (2 prints)

(2 prints)

Box 37
Item (L2000:040:011a-b)
Dowua, Greater Lawn Community Youth Network, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:040:012)
Keith Hopkins, Youth Coordinator of Reach Out and Touch, West Englewood Youth and Teen Center, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:040:013)
Sherry Brown, Peer Mentor, West Englewood Youth and Teen Center, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:040:014)

Bill Burke (United States, b. 1943)

Thirty-one 8x10 and 16x20 black-and-white gelatin silver prints of individuals involved with the Alternatives Credit Union in Ithaca, N.Y. The Credit Union's policies and programs are focused on supporting community-based economic development through access to loans, mortgages, and other financial services for high-risk or low income clients.

Camila Vargas, 1999
Box 44
Item (L2000:038:001)
Tahila Mintz, 1999
Box 44
Item (L2000:038:002)
Kenneth Broadwell, 1999
Box 44
Item (L2000:038:003)
Black Peter Donovan, 1999
Box 44
Item (L2000:038:004)
Paul Glover, 1999
Box 44
Item (L2000:038:005)
Joseph Wetmore, 1999
Box 44
Item (L2000:038:006)
Dennis Montgomery, 1999
Box 44
Item (L2000:038:007)
Scott Engelhart, 1999
Box 42
Item (L2000:038:008)
Bill Myers, 1999
Box 42
Item (L2000:038:009)
Paul Carubia, 1999
Box 42
Item (L2000:038:010)
Joey Kilmer, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 42
Item (L2000:038:018)
Jeff Furman, 1999
Box 42
Item (L2000:038:019)
Tim Brown, 1999
Box 42
Item (L2000:038:020)
Karen Nguyen, 1999
Box 43
Item (L2000:038:011)
Laberta McGruder, 1999
Box 43
Item (L2000:038:012)
Amber Boyd, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 43
Item (L2000:038:013)
Leslie Muhlhahn, 1999
Box 43
Item (L2000:038:014)
Lekeesa Jones, 1999

Not in book or traveling exhibition.

Box 43
Item (L2000:038:015)
Jenny Ross, 1999

Not in book.

Box 43
Item (L2000:038:016)
Emme Edmunds, 1999
Box 43
Item (L2000:038:017)
Bathroom of Don Ruff and Barbara Brazill's owner-built, Alternatives-financed home, 1999
Box 15
Item (L2000:038:021)
Metalsmith and blacksmith Durand Van Doren, owns Durand's Forge and is an Alternatives business member, 1999
Box 15
Item (L2000:038:022)
Alternatives member Steven E. Valloney and Charlotte Rosen at the Sunrise Yoga Center, which Valloney owns, 1999
Box 15
Item (L2000:038:023)
Justin Armstrong, a Cayuga Wooden Boatworks employee, 1999
Box 15
Item (L2000:038:024)
Home of Zan Gerrity and Inge Alexander outside Ithaca in Slaterville Springs, New York, 1999
Box 15
Item (L2000:038:025)
Sisay Sisouphone, proprietor of Sticky Rice restaurant and catering service, is a beneficiary of the Community Enterprise Opportunities program at Alternatives, 1999
Box 15
Item (L2000:038:026)
Rob Root, Dave Engasser, and Matt Lee of Cascadilla Tree Care, an Alternatives business member, 1999
Box 15
Item (L2000:038:027)
Jonathan Kline, Alternatives member and owner of Black Ash Baskets, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 15
Item (L2000:038:028)
Raina White at RIBS [Recycle Ithaca's Bicycles], a community bicycle repair shop that is a business member of the credit union, 1999

Not in book.

Box 15
Item (L2000:038:029)
Rick Dobson, owner of Danby Motors, an Alternatives business member, 1999
Box 15
Item (L2000:038:030)
Alternatives-financed Long Point Winery building under construction, 1999
Box 15
Item (L2000:038:031)

Debbie Fleming Caffery (United States, b. 1948)

Twenty-one 20x24" black-and-white gelatin silver prints of communities and individuals in the western North Carolina mountains involved with "Handmade in America," a cooperative of craftsmen and craftswomen designed to promote self-suffiency and locally-based economic development.

Madison County Courthouse, Marshall, North Carolina, July 4, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:001)
Woodrow Lail, Marshall, North Carolina, in Penland's Store, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:002)
Bakersville Baptist Church, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:003)
Penlands', Marshall, NC, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:004)
Police Chief Denny Goforth and Justin Jones, Rock Cafe, Marshall, North Carolina, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:005)
Stella Riddles' 14 four-leaf clovers, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:006)
Bakersville Barber and Gun shop, Bakersville, NC, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:007)
True Love, Marshall, North Carolina, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:008)
Davitus Gosnell, July 4, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:009)
"The Depot," 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:010)
Rodeo clown Randy Wilson, Marshall, North Carolina, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:011)
Love Gunther, Gunther Town, NC, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:012)
Ryan, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:013)
Davitus, July 4, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:014)
Prayer and Preparation, Marshall, NC, July 4, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:015)
Amerady Cantrell's hummingbird beans, Shelton Laurel, North Carolina, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:016)
The dreaded door, Marshall, North Carolina, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:017)
Stacy Lee Wilson, volunteer fireman, Marshall, North Carolina, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:018)
Carolina For Sale, Spruce Pine, North Carolina, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:019)
Penland's store, Marshall, North Carolina, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:020)
Praying before bull riding, North Carolina, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:056:021)

Lucy Capehart (United States, b. 1952)

Sixteen chromogenic prints of Native American individuals and their historic-breed animals, in their Navajo Nation communities in New Mexico and Arizona.

Tony Vanderveer at home, near Haystack Mountain, New Mexico, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:001)
Interior, Sarah Natani's hogan with rugs woven by Sarah, Table Mesa near Shiprock, New Mexico, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:002)
Sarah Natani in her sheep corral, Table Mesa near Shiprock, New Mexico, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:003)
Sheep near Polacca, Arizona, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:004)
Sarah Natani's sheep heading out to pasture, Table Mesa near Shiprock, New Mexico, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:005)
Three Churro rams, Navajo Sheep Project's herd, Bloomfield, New Mexico, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:006)
Mary Oskie in front of her log cabin near Ganado, Arizona, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:007)
Untitled, [spinning wool into yarn] 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:008)
Marlene Benally and Al Largo, Begay Ranch kitchen, Jeddito Island, Navajo Nation, Arizona, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:009)
Mountain sheep pictograph near Bluff, Utah, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:010)
Mutton case, in a traditional Navajo meat store, Farmington, New Mexico, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:011)
Lena Benally, a member of Dine bi iina's board of directors, and her grandson, Donnie, Begay Ranch, Jeddito Island, Navajo Nation, Arizona, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:012)
Sarah Natani holding a newborn lamb, Table Mesa, near Shiprock, New Mexico, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:013)
Sheep and bucket near Polacca, Arizona, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:014)
Interior, Begay Ranch, Jeddito Island, Navajo Nation, Arizona, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:015)
Untitled [five dogs], 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:059:016)

Lynn Davis (United States, b. 1944)

Twenty-one 11x14" toned black and white silver gelatin prints of Alaskan landscapes and fishing communities, documenting change and struggle in the community members' lives.

Bob Storrs and his House, Unalaska, Aleutians, 1999

(3 prints)

Box 37
Item (L2000:008:001 a-c)
Landscape of Unalaska; Walter Tellman; Walter and Brenda Tellman in Their Boat, Aleutians, 1999

(3 prints)

Box 37
Item (L2000:008:002 a-c)
Volcano from Eric's Boat, Sitka, Alaska, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:008:003)
Little Priest Rock, Sitka, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:008:004)
USS Northwestern (bombed in WWII), Dutch Harbor, Aleutians, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:008:006)
Russian Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Ascension, built 1826, rebuilt 1853-1858, existing church 1890- , Unalaska, Aleutians, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:008:007)
Halibut, Sitka, Alaska, 1999
Box 37
Item (L2000:008:009)
Nets, Sitka, Alaska, 1999

Not in in book or traveling exhibition.

Box 37
Item (L2000:008:011)
Theo Grutter, Sitka, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 37
Item (L2000:008:012)
House of a Subsistence Fisherman, Kogwonton Street, Sitka, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 37
Item (L2000:008:013)
Tramp Steamer, Unalaska, Aleutians, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 37
Item (L2000:008:014)
Large Marge's Dog, World War II Bunker, Dutch Harbor, Aleutians, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 37
Item (L2000:008:015)
Joe Shaishnifkoff, Dutch Harbor, Aleutians, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 37
Item (L2000:008:016)
Theo Grutter's Son, Ivan, Sitka, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 37
Item (L2000:008:017)
Seafood Processing Plant Worker, Sitka, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 37
Item (L2000:008:018)
Halibut, Sitka, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 37
Item (L2000:008:019)
World War II Bunker, Dutch Harbor, Aleutians, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 37
Item (L2000:008:020)

Terry Evans (United States, b. 1944)

Nineteen 16x20, 20x24, and 24x24" chromogenic prints of Yaak Valley, Montana landscapes, and loggers and other individuals, documenting change and social and environmental concerns in their communities.

Oyster and Clam Benefit for the School Given by Yaak River Tavern, Yaak, Montana, June 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:023:002)
Mary, Ken, and Chiena Burggraf, Yaak, Montana, June 1999

Not in book.

Box 31
Item (L2000:023:004)
Crash Karuzas, logger, Yaak, Montana, June 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:023:014)
Jesse Sedler, Yaak, Montana, June 1999

Not in book or traveling exhibition.

Box 31
Item (L2000:023:015)
Jesse Sedler, horse logger, Yaak, Montana, June 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:023:016)
Pete Creek Road, Yaak Valley, Montana, June 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:023:005)
Haakon, Aaron and Shirley Karuzas, Yaak, Montana, June 21, 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:023:006)
Jesse Sedler and Strider, Yaak, Montana, June 1999

Not in book.

Box 32
Item (L2000:023:007)
Linda Stehlik's Cabin, Yaak, Montana, February 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:023:008)
Reuben Kneller at his sawmill, Yaak, Montana, June 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:023:009)
Zeita Mae Romeiko, Yaak, Montana, June 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 32
Item (L2000:023:010)
Camille, Cherith, Cassia, and Cedar Leidigh, Yaak, Montana, June 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:023:011)
Logged Area, Yaak Vicinity, Montana, February 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:023:012)
Robyn King and Jimmy Martin, Yaak, Montana, February 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:023:013)
Summer Solstice Evening Sky over Karuzas' Home, Yaak Valley, Montana, 1999

Not in book.

Box 32
Item (L2000:023:017)
Roadless Area, Yaak Valley, Montana, February 1999

(2 prints)

Box 38
Item (L2000:023:001a-b)
Top of Hensley Hill, Yaak, Montana, June 1999

(2 prints)

Box 38
Item (L2000:023:003 a-b)

Lauren Greenfield (United States, b. 1966)

Twenty-six 13x20 and 16x20" Cibachrome prints of individuals in the San Francisco neighborhood of Bayview/Hunter's Point. Many of the young people in these portraits are Youthline "listeners," who support a social network and gateway to youth services for teens in the area.

Karen Cortez (on right), age 17, 1999

She does a pop dance routine outside her apartment with her "sister" Jessica Ramos and her friend Michelle Lawrence as her grandmother and aunt watch them from the window. Karen was raised by her grandmother (who speaks no English) and her father, after her mother abandoned her as a child to return to her native El Salvador.

Box 29
Item (L2000:047:014)
Bayview/Hunter's Point Apartment, 1999

There is a constant activity of drug transactions outside the window of Ayana and Asante's impeccably clean apartment in Bayview-Hunters Point. Ayana and her friend joke about the boys who sell "copa," the name of a hair gel product the girls use as a code word for crack. Bay View is the poorest neighborhood in San Francisco and Mamie Matthews has always been very active in the community. The drug dealers know Mamie and her family and, out of respect, do not loiter directly in front of her building.

Box 29
Item (L2000:047:017)
Youthline listener Asante Matthews, age 21, 1999

She does her mother's hair in their apartment in Bayview-Hunters Point as the family prepares for church on Sunday. Asante's mother Mamie has seven children of her own and four foster children. Ayana and Asante help their mother care for the children but will be leaving for college in Atlanta in the fall. They are the first in their large family to attend a four-year college. Enter scope/content note.

Box 29
Item (L2000:047:019)
Violeta Perez, 21, and her sister Massiel Perez, 15, at The Limited in the Stonestown Galleria shopping mall, shopping for clothes for her cousin's quinceanera, 1999

Not in book or traveling exhibition.

Box 29
Item (L2000:047:020)
Molly Katzman, 17, tries on clothes in the Express dressing room at the mall in the suburb of Corte Madera, 1999

Not in book or traveling exhibition.

Box 29
Item (L2000:047:021)
Josh Farr, age 19, sits with his mother Rosa Robinson at the San Francisco airport before leaving for a trip to Houston that precedes his going away to college, 1999

Rosa says she always cries when Josh leaves. He is an only child and she a single mother so they both await with trepidation his imminent departure for the University of Wisconsin where he has received a full scholarship and will be the only African American student in his program.

Box 29
Item (L2000:047:022)
Listener Evelyn Lock, age 17, plays dominoes during a slow period on shift at Youthline, 1999

Not in book or traveling exhibition.

Box 29
Item (L2000:047:024)
Youthline listener Karen Cortez, 17, on her graduation day from Balboa High School, 1999

She has been admitted to the University of California at Santa Barbara on a scholarship and will be the first person in her family to atten a four-year college.

Box 34
Item (L2000:047:002)
Youthline listener Nina Rudnick, age 17, in her bedroom in Berkeley, gets paged by her boyfriend, 1999

Not in book.

Box 34
Item (L2000:047:006)
Listener Suemyra Shah, age 17, a political activist and University of California at Berkeley student, protests cuts in the Ethnic Studies department at Santa Clara University, 1999

She was one of the leaders of the successful U.C. Berkeley protests on the same issue for which students had hunger strikes and mounted tent cities.

Box 34
Item (L2000:047:007)
Youthline listeners pose for a group portrait at Expressly Portraits at the Stonestown Galleria shopping mall, 1999

Many listeners socialize together and two of them who are leaving for college wanted a picture of their Youthline friends to bring with them.

Box 34
Item (L2000:047:010)
Listener Violeta Perez, age 19, fills out a questionnaire during a call, 1999

Every caller remains anonymous but gets asked a standard set of informational questions during the course of their call.

Box 34
Item (L2000:047:015)
Youthline listener Violeta Perez, age 19, talks on her cell phone during a shopping spree at the Stonestown Galleria shopping mall, 1999
Box 34
Item (L2000:047:016)
Listener Ruth Barajas, age 18, in a meeting at Youthline, 1999
Box 35
Item (L2000:047:004)
Karen Cortez, age 17, gets her brow pierced at Body Manipulations, 1999

She goes to the piercing studio planning on a tongue-pierce but after being told that her tongue is the wrong shape, ends up getting a brow pierce like her sister instead. Enter scope/content note.

Box 34
Item (L2000:047:008)
Ruth Barajas, age 18, talks to her boyfriend during her shift at Youthline, 1999

The Youthline listeners say that many of the support calls they get are about relationships.

Box 34
Item (L2000:047:011)
Youthline listener Ed King, age 21, has a barbecue with his close friend in a San Francisco suburb. They throw lighter fluid on the barbecue to raise the flames higher, 1999
Box 34
Item (L2000:047:013)
Listeners Ayana and Asante Matthews (on left), age 21, in their "street soldiers academic preparation class for girls and women" at the Omega Boys and Girls Club, 1999

They listen as girls describe times in their life during which they were scared. Ayana describes a time when she and Asante were attacked in their car at a stoplight. One girl describes having a baby as a teenager. Another girl is afraid of kids at school with guns. Another reveals her fear that there is a contract on her life.Enter scope/content note.

Box 34
Item (L2000:047:025)
William Walker, age 19, eats Cheetos during a Youthline meeting during which listeners prepare an outreach presentation, 1999
Box 36
Item (L2000:047:001)
Nina Rudnick's backpack, 1999

Not in book.

Box 36
Item (L2000:047:003)
Karen Cortez holds her 14-year old cousin's new baby in the apartment she shares with her father, brother and grandmother on her 18th birthday. Her other cousin, Jessica Ramos, talks on the phone to her boyfriend, 1999
Box 36
Item (L2000:047:005)
Listener Aya Cash, age 17, takes a support call from an anonymous youth during her shift at Youthline, 1999
Box 36
Item (L2000:047:009)
Violeta Perez, age 21, hugs her boyfriend who has been confined to a wheelchair since he was shot in an incident of gang violence, 1999
Box 36
Item (L2000:047:012)
Youthline listener Ruth Barajas, age 18, role-plays a "support" telephone call with a student during a community outreach event in Bayview-Hunters Point, a poor neighborhood in San Francisco, 1999
Box 36
Item (L2000:047:018)
Youthline listener Aya Cash, age 17, in her basement room in the house she shares with her mother, a poet, 1999

Aya, an aspiring actress, gets ready for school, looking for books and other necessities under piles of clothes and teenage artifacts.

Box 36
Item (L2000:047:023)
Ayana Matthews, 17, talks to her sister on the phone outside their apartment in Bayview-Hunters Point, 1999
Box 36
Item (L2000:047:026)

Joan Liftin (United States, b. 1935)

Eighteen 16x20" black-and-white gelatin silver prints of African Americans and Haitian Americans and their communities in Delray Beach, Florida. They are involved with several volunteer organizations to provide community policing, assist immigrants, and promote cultural understanding.

Swinton Avenue, Delray, Florida, Haitian Quarter, 1999

Not in book.

Box 27
Item (L2000:035:001)
Interior, Haitian American home, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:002)
The Beach at Night, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 27
Item (L2000:035:003)
Daughter of one of the dancers rehearsing for Haitian Flag Day ceremonies, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:004)
Fourth of July picnic, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:005)
Backyard, Sunday morning, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:006)
Robert Augustin and his baby sister, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 27
Item (L2000:035:007)
Near Delray Beach, Florida, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:008)
Fremiaud Basse holds photo of his fiance who drowned along with forty other Haitians when their boat capsized twelve miles off Florida shore, near Delray, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:009)
Fourth of July church picnic, near Delray Beach, Florida, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:010)
Delray Beach, Florida, 1999

Not in book or traveling exhibition.

Box 27
Item (L2000:035:011)
Haitian patrol volunteer Wilner Athouriste, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:012)
MAD DADS, an antidrug and volunteer street-patrol group, Delray, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 27
Item (L2000:035:013)
Restaurant Chez Zette, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:014)
Good Friday Procession; a particularly mournful event this year, coming soon after the drowning of forty Haitians on boats making for Delray, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:015)
Member of the storefront congregation of Adner Elmon, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:016)
Haitian apartment, Delray, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:017)
Palm Beach County Stockade Correctional Facility, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:035:018)

Reagan Louie (United States, b. 1951)

Sixteen 20x24 and 30x38 chromogenic prints of individuals in north Philadelphia involved with the Village of Arts and Humanities, a community effort focused on reclaiming declining neighborhoods through educational programs, the arts, and community-based social services.

Casey Ayers (with blindfold) and Raheem Wilson play pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey during a baby shower given for a teen mom at the Village, 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:032:003)
An after-school art class, 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:032:007)
Mosaic sculpture in Ile Ife Park, by Joseph "Jo Jo" Williams and James "Big Man" Maxton, 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:032:008)
Angel Alley murals designed by Lily Yeh: "Angel Alley" (left) mosaic created by James "Big Man" Maxton and "Angel Eyes" (right) mosaic created by Carolyn Overholt and Brother Mohammed, 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:032:009)
Bahia Beasley and a woman tie ribbons on newly planted trees, 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:032:011)
Village staff members Sally Hammerman and Andres Chamorro performing with puppets on Earth Day, 1999
Box 32
Item (L2000:032:012)
Inlaid tile and stone floor of Meditation Park, 1999
Box 40
Item (L2000:032:001)
James "Big Man" Maxton at home, 1999
Box 40
Item (L2000:032:002)
Long View of the Village's Tree Farm, 1999

Not in book.

Box 40
Item (L2000:032:004)
Casey Ayers and Ora Eldridge at a teen group meeting, 1999
Box 40
Item (L2000:032:005)
Boy playing hide-and-seek in Ile Ife Park, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 40
Item (L2000:032:006)
Kitchen and entertainment center in a house being rehabilitated by the Village, 1999
Box 40
Item (L2000:032:010)
Neighborhood resident Davore Henderson playing guitar, 1999
Box 40
Item (L2000:032:013)
Lily Yeh works with a neighborhood boy in Fairhill Park, Cumberland and Tenth, 1999
Box 45
Item (L2000:032:014)
"Magical Garden" tile mural designed by Lily Yeh, Warnock Street, 1999
Box 45
Item (L2000:032:015)
Girls playing on Germantown Avenue, 1999
Box 45
Item (L2000:032:016)

Danny Lyon (United States, b. 1942), Building on the Border

Twenty 11x14 and 16x20" Cibachrome and black-and-white gelatin silver prints of Texan farmworkers and their communities near the Mexican border. Founded by the Farmworker's Union in 1991 to provide decent and affordable housing for farmworkers and their families, Proyecto Azteca benefits these community members, who also volunteer for building projects.

The Valley. Elissa Villareal, Benito Castillo and Heidy Rios Aleman at the All Valley Flea Market dance, 1999
Box 29
Item (L2000:009:001)
A historic marker for the spot "where American blood was shed on American soil," along with murals from Mission, and the Farm Workers Union hall in Pharr, 1999

In 1847 Congressman Abraham Lincoln declared that "the spot" was not, nor never had been part of Texas or the United States, and therefore could not justify an invasion of Mexico. This unpopular sentiment ruined his political career for the next decade.

Box 29
Item (L2000:009:002)
A farm worker, Rolando Garcia, sings into an onion, with the bus schedule out of McAllen, 1999
Box 40
Item (L2000:009:003)
Homes and interiors at Colonia Jessups with Lauro Perez preparing lunch at the Proyecto Azteca site, 1999
Box 40
Item (L2000:009:004)
Maria Lopez at home in a colonia near Alamo, Texas, 1999
Box 41
Item (L2000:033:001)
At the All Valley Flea Market Dance, 1999

Not in book.

Box 41
Item (L2000:033:003)
Martha Rangel harvesting onions near Mercedes. Ms. Rangel carries her immigration papers in her back pocket in case she has to show them to INS workers, 1999
Box 41
Item (L2000:033:004)
Aristeo Orta, a construction worker at Proyecto Azteca, 1999
Box 41
Item (L2000:033:002)
Noe Galindo, Colonia Jessups, near Monte Alto, 1999
Box 41
Item (L2000:033:005)
Farm worker in a field near Monte Alto, 1999

Not in book or traveling exhibition.

Box 41
Item (L2000:033:006)
The dance hall, All Valley Flea Market, 1999
Box 41
Item (L2000:033:007)
Epifanio Morales at Proyecto Azteca, 1999
Box 41
Item (L2000:033:008)
Taco stand, downtown McAllen, 1999

Not in book.

Box 28
Item (L2000:033:009)
Roberto Rodriguez's family near Edinburg, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:033:010)
Pay phone, San Juan, Texas, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:033:011)
Family at the flea market, Pharr, Texas, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:033:012)
Farm worker, a regular at the All Valley Flea Market dance, cutting cabbage, 1999
Box 27
Item (L2000:033:013)
At the All Valley Flea Market Dance, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 27
Item (L2000:033:014)
Farmers clear an onion field near Monte Alto, 1999

Not in traveling exhibition.

Box 27
Item (L2000:033:015)
Route 281, the Military Highway, 1999

The horizon shows the Rio Grande River, established as the border with Mexico after the War of 1848.

Box 27
Item (L2000:033:016)

Sylvia Plachy (United States, b. 1943, Hungary)

Fourteen 16x20 and 20x24" gelatin silver prints documenting the training and work of community doulas and midwives in Ithaca, N.Y., and the families who benefit from their support before, during, and after childbirth.

Jacqueline Shepard and another student in their doula class train for labor support through role-playing, 1999
Box 39
Item (L2000:034:001
Doula Jacqueline Shepard caring for Sunshin Gordon, 1999
Box 39
Item (L2000:034:002)
Jacqueline Shepard in her brother's backyard holds up portraits of her role models, her mother and her sister, 1999
Box 39
Item (L2000:034:003)
Lise Golub, at a postpartum visit, delights in Olivia Gordon, a baby whose birth she recently attended as a doula mentor, 1999
Box 39
Item (L2000:034:004)
Robert Gordon holds his new baby, Olivia, before she is taken to the nursery, 1999
Box 39
Item (L2000:034:005)
Olivia studies her father, Robert Gordon, minutes after being born, 1999
Box 39
Item (L2000:034:006)
Sunshin, Robert and Olivia Gordon pose for their first formal family portrait, 1999
Box 39
Item (L2000:034:007)
Jane Arnold, midwife, attends Sunshin and Robert Gordon hours before the birth of their first child, 1999
Box 39
Item (L2000:034:008)
Robert Gordon holds Sunshin as first-time doula Jacqueline Shepard adds support, 1999
Box 39
Item (L2000:034:009)
Sunshin Gordon resting between contractions, 1999
Box 39
Item (L2000:034:010)
Robert attending to Sunshin Gordon during a wave of pain, 1999
Box 39
Item (L2000:034:011)
Sunshin Gordon is comforted by the hands of midwife Jane Arnold and doula Jacqueline Shepard, 1999
Box 39
Item (L2000:034:012)
Robert and Sunshin Gordon hold their new firstborn, Olivia, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:034:013)
Jane Arnold, midwife, hands Sunshin and Robert Gordon their new baby, Olivia, 1999
Box 33
Item (L2000:034:014)

Eli Reed (United States, b. 1946)

Eighteen 16x20" framed gelatin silver prints of community volunteers and their friends in Eau Claire, South Carolina.

Leroy Moss, a community worker and activist who is blind, at the recreational center that is named in his honor, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:001)
Reverend Wiley Cooper teaching children about the many portrayals of Jesus, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:002)
Scott Trent Jr., former president of the Eau Claire Community Council, looking at graffiti on the Norfolk-Southern railroad trestle on North Main Street, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:003)
Henry Hopkins, local organizer and executive director of the Eau Claire Community council, at a meeting on the prevention of violence, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:004)
An Eau Claire street at dusk, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:005)
Rhett Anders, current Eau Claire Community Council president and real estate agent, in front of a historic local property, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:006)
Fran Potter, a member of the zoning board and former president of the Eau Claire Community Council
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:007)
Reverend Wylie Cooper of Shalom and volunteers help rehabilitate the home of an elderly resident, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:008)
Lee Bolton and a Shalom member do yard work as part of their housing rehabilitation effort with the Eau Claire Community of Shalom, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:009)
Church members at Wesley United Methodist Church prior to a baptism service, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:010)
Rotary Club Meeting, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:011)
Toliver's Mane Event barbershop, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:012)
Men's Breakfast Group leaving College Place United Methodist Church, where they have met for over fifty years, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:013)
A local senior artist hands a bouquet she made to a visitor, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:014)
The South Carolina National Guard participates in a local parade in an Eau Claire neighborhood, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:015)
Playing baseball at a trailer park on Fairfield Road, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:016)
Columbia chief of police Charles Austin, Sr. baptizes Brandon Hawkins at Central Baptist Church, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:017)
Scott Trent Jr. has lived in the same house in Eau Claire for nineteen years, 1999
Box 31
Item (L2000:031:018)
Logs
Box 1
Tape lists
Box 1
Tape lists
Box 2
Postcards
Box 2
Tape lists and transcripts for Delray Beach, Village of Arts and Humanities, Handmade in America, and Proyecto Azteca
Box 3
Tape lists
Box 4
Tape lists and transcripts for Alaska Fishing Communities, and folders of project information for Eau Claire, Handmade in America, Proyecto Azteca, Southwest Youth Collaborative, Village of Arts and Humanities, and Yaak Valley
Box 5
Fact-checking and captions files
Box 5
Tom Rankin files
Box 5
Check-list
Box 5
Postcard captions
Box 5
Book bios
Box 5
Possible volunteers
Box 5
Site-specific concerns
Box 5
Library materials
Box 5
Getting started
Box 5
CHALK (Calif.) transcripts
Box 6
Doula transcripts
Box 6
Dine Bi Iina transcripts (Navajo Nation)
Box 6
Fact checking files
Box 6
Possible community activist sites
Box 6
Give Back: files on process of finding local archives sites after each project
Box 6
Pew Charitable Trust files
Box 7
Radio project/program for Village of Arts and Humanities
Box 7
Project background
Box 7
Guides for educators
Box 7
Tom Rankin files
Box 7
Publicity files (correspondence, resumes, radio programs, proposals, press releases)
Box 7
Give Back (files on finding local archive sites after each project)
Box 8
Video: Talking Cloths: Making Art and Making Community: Village of Arts and Humanity (VHS), 2002
Box 8
Computer Discs: Full Set Community Discs for Main Archive
Box 8
Tape logs and transcripts for Alaska Fishing Communities
Box 9
Community archives files (correspondence, offer letters)
Box 9
Project feedback
Box 10
Zip disk with scanned images of headshots (content of slides?)
Box 10
Press coverage files
Box 10
Tape logs and transcripts for Delray Beach, Handmade in America, Yaak Valley, Eau Claire, Village of Arts and Humanities, and Dine Bi Iina (Navajo Nation)
Box 10
Tape logs and transcripts
Box 11
Publicity files
Box 11
NEA grant file and other grant information
Box 12
Center for Creative Photography file
Box 12
Conferences
Box 12
Contracts and other exhibit files
Box 12
Forms and facts
Box 12
Pew Charitable Trusts files
Box 12
Village of Arts and Humanities project files (captions, articles)
Box 12
Southwest Youth Collaborative
Box 13
Yaak Valley Forest Council
Box 13
Daniel Rothenberg
Box 13
Jeff Whetstone
Box 13
Dan Collison
Box 13
Slides: 35mm color images taken during project; images include portraits of community individuals, of photographers, and other scenes
Box 14
Documentary photographer and interviewer biographies and other information such as publicity, photographers' past project, and some correspondence
Box 14
Slides: 35mm color images arranged by photographer, and exhibit installation shots
Box 14-A
Photographer biographies (cont.)
Box 15
Doula project transcripts
Box 15
Comprehensive files on Doula, Eau Claire, and Navajo projects (field notes, articles, captions, supporting materials for projects)
Box 15
Comprehensive files on Alternatives Credit Union, Handmade in America, Delray Beach, Citizens on Patrol, and CHALK projects (field notes, articles, captions, supporting materials for projects)
Box 16
Comprehensive files on Alaska Fishing Communities and Proyecto Azteca projects (field notes, articles, captions, supporting materials for projects)
Box 17
CDs of contemporary popular Hispanic music (unopened)
Box 17
Proyecto Azteca (NM) transcripts
Box 17
Press packet for Indivisible
Box 17
Tape logs (no transcripts) for all project locations
Box 18
Proyecto Azteca transcripts
Box 18
Outreach, exhibit files
Box 18
Postcard exhibit
Box 18
Launch money
Box 18
Travel
Box 18
VIP lists (invitees)
Box 18
Transcripts
Box 23
Transcripts
Box 25
Field notes
Box 25

Historical Note

The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University was established for the study of the documentary process. "Indivisible: Stories of American Community" was a national documentary project which took place primarily during 1999-2001, and was sponsored by the Center for Documentary Studies in partnership with the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona. The project captured the experiences of individuals participating in grassroots community organizations and activism in twelve American communities at the end of the 20th century.

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], "Indivisible: Stories of American Community" photographs and project Records, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

Provenance

The "Indivisible: Stories of American Community" photographs and project records were received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library in 2002,2006, 2008, and 2011.

Processing Information

Processed by Ruth E. Bryan, Karen Glynn, Paula Jeannet Mangiafico, Matthew Warren, Ebony McDonald, Andrew Cannon, and Craig Breaden.

Completed February 10, 2003. Additions made in 2008 and 2012. Recordings processed 2014.

Acessions described in this finding aid: 2002-0230, 2006-0064, 2012-0090.

Encoded by Joshua A. Kaiser and Paula Jeannet Mangiafico.

Re-encoded by Craig Breaden, 2014.

This finding aid is NCEAD compliant.