Dietrich von Haugwitz Papers 1971-2007

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von Haugwitz, Dietrich; von Haugwitz, Eva
Size
15.5 linear feet (22 archival boxes, 3 cartons)
Call number
MC 00165

The Dietrich von Haugwitz Papers, 1971-2007, contains various materials related to animal rights issues. Included are publications and other papers relating to animal rights organizations. Organizations include People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, The Humane Society of the United States, Animal Protection Society, and North Carolina Network for Animals. The organizations are both local to North Carolina and national. Topical Files contain general information about animal rights, animals used in biomedical research, hunting, vegetarianism, and individual species of animals. Several of the newsletters and news clippings contain materials written by Dietrich and Eva von Haugwitz. A few of the news articles relate to research studies at North Carolina State University which used animals. North Carolina State University philosphy professer Tom Regan, an opponent of animal studies, also appears in several articles.

Dietrich von Haugwitz (1927-2007) was a German-born animal rights activist, who lived in Durham, North Carolina. Haugwitz became involved in animal rights in the 1980s, and founded a local chapter of the North Carolina Network for Animals. His wife Eva was also involved in animal rights activism, and served as president of the local Animal Protection Society. Haugwitz worked as a computer programmer/systems analyst at Duke University Medical Center before retiring in 1992.

Biographical/historical note

Dietrich von Haugwitz (1927-2007) was German-born animal rights activist, who lived in Durham, North Carolina. Haugwitz became involved in animal rights in the 1980s, and founded a local chapter of the North Carolina Network for Animals. His wife Eva was also involved in animal rights activism, and served as president of the local Animal Protection Society. Haugwitz worked as a computer programmer/systems analyst at Duke University Medical Center before retiring in 1992.

Scope/content

The Dietrich von Haugwitz Papers, 1971-2007, contains various materials related to animal rights issues. Organizations represented include People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, The Humane Society of the United States, Animal Protection Society, and North Carolina Network for Animals. The organizations are both local to North Carolina and national. Topical Files contain general information about animal rights, animals used in biomedical research, hunting, vegetarianism, and individual species of animals. Several of the newsletters and news clippings contain materials written by Dietrich and Eva von Haugwitz. A few of the news articles relate to research studies at North Carolina State University which used animals. North Carolina State University philosphy professer Tom Regan, an opponent of animal studies, also appears in several articles.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged into four series: Organizations, Topical Files, Videotapes, and Publications.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Dietrich Von Haugwitz Papers, MC 00165, Special Collections Research Center, NC State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

Related material

  • Tom Regan Papers (MC 00236)
  • Animal Rights and Animal Welfare Publications (MC 00440)

Processing information

Processed by Aaron Cusick, 2009 November; Finding aid by Aaron Cusick, 2009 October; Finding aid updated by Jennifer Baker, 2014; and by Caitlyn Sosbe and Linda Sellars, 2020 September.

The collection is organized into four principal series:

Organizations
The Activists's Voice
Box 1, Folder 1
Animal Legal Defense Fund
Box 1, Folder 2
Animal Welfare Institute
Box 1, Folder 3
The Animals' Agenda
Box 1, Folder 4
Animal Protection Society, Newsletters
Box 1, Folder 5
Animal Protection Society, Newsletters 1983-1986
Box 1, Folder 6
Animal Protection Society, Orange County and Durham, NC
Box 1, Folder 7
Farm Animal Reform Movement
Box 1, Folder 8
Fund for Animals
Box 1, Folder 9
Fund for Animals
Box 1, Folder 10
Humane Farming Association
Box 1, Folder 11
Humane Society of the United States
Box 1, Folder 12
Humane Society of the United States
Box 1, Folder 13
In Defense of Animals
Box 2, Folder 1
International Primate Protection League
Box 2, Folder 2
Last Chance for Animals
Box 2, Folder 3
Medical Research Modernization Committee
Box 2, Folder 4
Medical Research Modernization Committee
Box 2, Folder 5
National Anti-Vivisection Society
Box 2, Folder 6
National Anti-Vivisection Society, Miscellaneous Articles
Box 2, Folder 7
New England Anti-Vivisection Society
Box 3, Folder 1
North Carolina Network for Animals
Box 3, Folder 2
North Carolina Network for Animals, Newsletters
Box 3, Folder 3
North Carolina Network for Animals, Newsletters
Box 3, Folder 4
North Carolina Network for Animals, Newsletters
Box 3, Folder 5
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
Box 3, Folder 6
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
Box 3, Folder 7
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Factsheets
Box 4, Folder 1
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals - UNC
Box 4, Folder 2
Performing Animal Welfare Society
Box 4, Folder 3
Primarily Primates Inc.
Box 4, Folder 4
Pyschologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
Box 4, Folder 5
Pyschologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Publications
Box 4, Folder 6
Pyschologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Publications
Box 4, Folder 7
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Sea Shepherd Log
Box 4, Folder 8
Sea Shepherd's Captain Paul Watson - Correspondence and Lectures
Box 4, Folder 9
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Sea Shepherd Log
Box 5, Folder 1
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Sea Shepherd Log
Box 5, Folder 2
Society for Animal Protective Legislation
Box 5, Folder 3
Miscellaneous Organizations
Box 5, Folder 4
Miscellaneous Organizations
Box 5, Folder 5
Miscellaneous Organizations
Box 5, Folder 6
Topical Files
Agriculture and Farming
Box 6, Folder 1
Animals in Biomedical Research
Box 6, Folder 2
Animals in Biomedical Research
Box 6, Folder 3
Animals in Biomedical Research
Box 6, Folder 4
Animals in Biomedical Research
Box 6, Folder 5
Animals in Biomedical Research
Box 6, Folder 6
Animal Rights Articles
Box 6, Folder 7
Animal Rights Articles
Box 7, Folder 1
Animal Rights, Educational Material
Box 7, Folder 2
Animal Rights, Educational Material
Box 7, Folder 3
Animal Rights, Letters from Middle School Students to Haugwitz
Box 7, Folder 4
Animal Rights, Newsclippings 1984-1990
Box 7, Folder 5
Animal Rights and Experiments
Box 7, Folder 6
Duke Primate Center
Box 7, Folder 7
Greyhounds
Box 8, Folder 1
Hunting
Box 8, Folder 2
Hunting
Box 8, Folder 3
Hunting
Box 8, Folder 4
Hunting
Box 8, Folder 5
Hunting
Box 8, Folder 6
Hunting, North Carolina
Box 8, Folder 7
Legal Issues
Box 9, Folder 1
Lobster
Box 9, Folder 2
March on Washington 1990
Box 9, Folder 3
Pet Theft, Pet Finders
Box 9, Folder 4
Pigs
Box 9, Folder 5
Pit Bulls
Box 9, Folder 6
Vegetarianism
Box 9, Folder 7
Whales and Dolphins
Box 9, Folder 8
Whales and Dolphins
Box 9, Folder 9
Videotapes 1971-1996
"Their Future is in Your Hands" 1992 (2012.0029)

VHS, 12 mintues. Produced by: Animal Aid, Tonbridge (England). Written and directed by: Mark Gold. An introduction to the ethic of living without exploiting animals. States the case against meat production, cruel forms of entertainment, animal research, etc.

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"The Animals Film" 1981 (2012.0029)

VHS, 90 minutes. 90 minute version of the original 2.5 hour film. Narrated by Julie Christie. The film covers major aspects of exploitation of animals in Western society (with focus on England, Canada, and the U.S.A.), and contains a number of graphic scenes on research and factory farming.

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"The Animals Film" 1981 (2012.0029)

VHS, 90 minutes. 90 minute version of the original 2.5 hour film. Narrated by Julie Christie. The film covers major aspects of exploitation of animals in Western society (with focus on England, Canada, and the U.S.A.), and contains a number of graphic scenes on research and factory farming.

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"We are all Noah;" "Animal Rights at Duke" 1986, 1989

VHS, "We Are All Noah", 30 minutes, 1986. The work of Professor Tom Regan, author of "The Case for Animal Rights", who also narrates the film. The film explores the connection between animal use/abuse and the teachings of Judaism and Christianity. Clergymen of various faiths speak on the subject. Scenes shown include research, factory farms, trapping, and euthanasia in pounds.

VHS, "Animal Rights at Duke", 20 minutes, Feb. 1989, Duke Cable 13 production. Overview of lab animal use at Duke. Includes interviews with Tom Regan, Professor Bill Reppy, Dietrich von Haugwitz, Dr. Richter, and various Duke doctors.

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"Broken promises" 1987

VHS, 10 minutes. Produced by Life Force. Cruel cat experiements (e.g. spinal chord injuries) in U.S. and Canadian laboratories.

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"Hidden Crimes" 1985

VHS, 78 Minutes. Produced by: SUPRESS. SURPESS (Students United Protesting Research on Sentient Subjects) adheres to the views of Hans Ruesch, who opposes animal research not on moral or philisophical grounds but maintains that all animal research is bad science and "a fraud".

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"LA Shelter;" "Hidden Crimes;" "Chimps in Research;" "Chimps in the Wildlife" undated

VHS, "Animal Pounds", 30 minutes. A PBS documentary on the Los Angeles pound. The film explores the problems of lost and abandonded pets, euthanasia, etc.

VHS, "Hidden Crimes" is the same film as the previous record. Made by SUPRESS.

VHS "Chimps in Research", 20 minutes, produced by ABC. A segment from the show "20/20". The film deals with chimpanzees: how they are used and housed in American facilities, the problems of breeding them for research, and how they are caught in Africa. Jane Goodall condemns current practices at SEMA.

VHS, "Chimps in the Wild", 60 minutes.

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"Unnecessary Fuss" 1984

VHS, 26 minutes. Distributed by: P.E.T.A. This film experpt comes from tapes secretly taken by members of the Animal Liberation Front at Dr. Genarelli's head injury laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania. Included in the excerpt are potentially graphic scenes of experiments conducted at the lab.

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"Suffer the Animals" circa 1980

VHS, 22 minutes. Footage of animal use in household, drug, nuclear radiation, and vaccine testing. Poor audio quality.

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"Unnecessary Fuss;" "Tools for Research;" "Duke Students (S.E.T.A) 1983?, 1984, 1988

VHS, "Unnecessary Fuss" is the same 26 minute, 1984 film distributed by P.E.T.A.

VHS, "Tools for Research", 10 minutes. Documents animal use in commercial and medical laboratories, and includes interviews with researchers and Peter Singer.

VHS, "Duke Students (S.E.T.A.)", 1988, 10 minutes. Interviews with people on the campus of Duke University regarding vivisection at Duke. Also interviewed is the head of the vivarium.

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"Nature of Things;" "We are all Noah;" "Unnecessary Fuss;" "The Plague Dogs" 1986

VHS, "Nature of Things, 1986, by David Suzuki. An exploration of animals in entertainment and the creation of food animals. Contains a long rodeo sequence.

VHS, "We Are All Noah" and "Unnecessary Fuss" are the same films as those previously listed with the same titles.

VHS, "The Plague Dogs" is a short animated feature film that depicts two dogs escaping from an English research facility and trying to fend for themselves on the outside, all while trying to dodge their pursuers.

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"Animals in Research - Breaking the Habit" 1993

VHS, 45 Minutes. Produced by: Canadian Broadcasting Company. A documentary about animals in research that includes segments with Andrew Rowan, Peter Singer, Robert Sharpe, and various researchers. CBC received criticism from the research community for this program.

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"The Plague Dogs" undated

VHS. A short animated feature film that depicts two dogs escaping from an English research facility and trying to fend for themselves on the outside, all while trying to dodge their pursuers.

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"Why Do We Treat Them Like Animals?" undated

VHS, 15 mintues. Film by: Jane Loader. A satirical portrayal of animal abuse using vintage Hollywood and newsreel material from the 1940s and 1950s.

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"Breaking Barriers" 1986

VHS, 16 mintues. Produced by: P.E.T.A. The film shows how chimpanzees are confined at a primate research facility in small, tightly sealed cages called "isolates", in which some of them spend their entire lives.

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"The Ninth Crusade" 1984

VHS, three 30 minute films plus a 10 minute introduction. Produced by: Animal Protection Institute. Narrated by Beau Bridges. The Ninth Crusade is the crusade for protecting wild animals, to let them enjoy their freedom undisturbed.

Film 1. "Freedom for the Animals"; discusses protecting the pronghorn in Wyoming and wild horses in the West. Film 2. "The War in Nemo's Garden"; covers whales and dolphins, and how people interact and try to save them. Film 3. "The Continental OPS"; international animal protection operations, including kangaroo protection, zoo reformers, the International Primate Protection League, and others.

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"Second Opinion" 1987

VHS, 30 Minutes. Produced by: PROPETS (National Coalition to Protect Our Pets). Doctors share their views on the use of pound animals in bio-medical research and teaching.

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"Second Opinion" 1987

VHS, 30 Minutes. Produced by: PROPETS (National Coalition to Protect Our Pets). Doctors share their views on the use of pound animals in bio-medical research and teaching.

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"Second Opinion" 1987

VHS, 30 Minutes. Produced by: PROPETS (National Coalition to Protect Our Pets). Doctors share their views on the use of pound animals in bio-medical research and teaching.

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"Classroom Cut-ups" 1990

VHS, 14 minutes. PETA's undercover investigation of Carolina Biological Supply Co. and Ward's Natural Science practices relating to specimens sent out to schools for school dissections.

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"Classroom Cut-ups" 1990

VHS, 14 minutes. PETA's undercover investigation of Carolina Biological Supply Co. and Ward's Natural Science practices relating to specimens sent out to schools for school dissections.

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"Animal Rights;" "Pound Seizure;" "Animals in Laboratories" 1982

VHS, "Animal Rights - The Issues and the Movement", 1982, 20 Minutes. Presentation of all the animal rights views. Slides and narration. Poor audio quality.

VHS, "Pound Seizure", 6 Minutes. Tom Regan discusses the issue; poor audio quality.

VHS, "Animals in Laboratories", 1982, two 15 minute films. Produced by: The Fund for Animals. Video of animals being subject to experiments. Sensitive content.

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"Dog Lab" 1987

VHS, 16 minutes, Released by: P.E.T.A., Film about medical school surgery class with professional comments and critiques. Surgery filmed by the medical school.

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"Dog Lab" 1987

VHS, 16 minutes, Released by: P.E.T.A., Film about medical school surgery class with professional comments and critiques. Surgery filmed by the medical school.

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"Britches" 1986

VHS, 12 minutes, Produced by P.E.T.A., Portrait of a baby monkey, "Britches", artificially blinded as part of a research project at the University of California at Riverside.

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"Chimps in AIDS Research;" "Animal Rights" 1988, 1989

VHS, "Chimps in AIDS Research", 60 minutes, 1988. Produced by: National Geographic. A study on chimps in AIDS research; includes footage of how animals are procured in Africa.

VHS, "Animal Rights", 60 minutes, 1989. CBS documentary on "48 Hours" with Dan Rather. Documentary on labs, pounds, animal control, hunt saboteurs, and farms.

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"Skins" 1971

VHS, 12 minutes. Documentary on trapping and the fur industry. Includes interviews with trappers and people on the street.

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"Black Harvest;" "The Seashepherds" 1988; 1991

VHS, "Black Harvest", 35 minutes, 1988. Produced by: BBC, Documentary about the killing of pilot whales on the Faroe Islands. Includes an account of Captain Paul Watson's expedition to interfere with the killing, and interviews with the Faroese, proponents, and opponents. Includes footage of people killing whales.

VHS, The SeaShepherds, 1991. Produced by: NBC. A segment from "Real People." Summary of Paul Watson's adventures on the world's oceans, including his interactions with illegal whaling ships.

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"BGH;" "Tigers-Their Destructive and commercial exploitation" 1994

VHS, "BGH (Bovine Growth Hormone)", 4 minutes, Produced by: CBS.

VHS, "Tigers - Their Destruction and Commercial Exploitation", 30 minutes, Produced by: ABC. Part 1: The illegal killing of tigers in India. Poachers, dealers, and India's "Wildlife Mafia." Part 2: Taiwan's flourishing market in "tiger derivatives" and other products of endangered species.

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"Global Traffic in Wildlife;" "Lemurs;" "Fetal Tissue Transplants;" "The Connection Between Zoos and Shooting Ranches" 1987, 1989-1990

VHS, "Global Traffic in Wildlife," 1987, 30 minutes. Documentary about how animals from Southeast Asia, Africa, and South America are caught and sold.

VHS, "Lemurs," 1989, 1 hour documentary, Produced by: PBS.

VHS, "Fetal Tissue Transplants," 1989, 15 minutes, Produced by: The Connie Chung Show. Segment exploring fetal tissue transplants and its controversies.

VHS, "The Connection Between Zoos and Shooting Ranches," 1990, 15 minutes, Produced by: CBS. Documents the flow of animals from zoos to shooting ranches in Texas.

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"Vicki Moore's campaign against bullfights" 1996

VHS, Produced by: NBC. Dateline NBC segment about Vicki Moore, a British animal activist, and her campaign against bullfighting in Spain. Includes footage of Moore being gored by a bull.

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"Rodeos;" "Greyhounds;" "The fur issues in Aspen Colorado;" "Black Market in bear claws and gall bladders" 1989, 1990, 1994

VHS, "Rodeos," 1989, 1 hour, Produced by: PBS. An in depth look into rodeos.

VHS, "Greyhounds," 1989, Produced by CBS. News segment on the pros and cons of greyhound racing.

VHS, "The Fur Issue in Aspen, Colorado," 1990, 3 minutes, by: Dan Rather. News segment filmed two months before Aspen voted on the ban of fur sales.

VHS, "Black Market in Bear Claws and Gall Bladders," 1989, 7 minutes. Scences from an Audubon documentary on wildlife poaching and shipments to Southeast Asia.

VHS, "Rodeos - Mexican Style, in the USA," 1994, 13 minutes. Produced by: ABC. Segments from ABC's 20/20 program, shows the scenes of a "mangana" rodeo. Potentially includes sensitive content.

VHS, "Illegal Big-Game Hunting, from North Carolina to Alaska," 1989, 30 minutes. Scenes from an Audoubon documentary on wildlife poaching.

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"'Dog Racing" 1990-1993

VHS, 9 minutes. Scenes of the abuses at race tracks including training with live rabbits and killing of surplus dogs. Includes interviews with experts from different humane societies.

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"Dolphins;" "Whaling;" "Wolves;" "Dolphins" 1990, 1993-1994

VHS, "Dolphins," 1990, 60 minutes. Produced by: The Audubon Society. Narrated by Michael Douglas. Documentary about the the impact of tuna fishing on dolphins.

VHS, "Whaling," 1993, 15 minutes. Produced by: ABC. News segment, from ABC's "Day One," on whaling in Japan.

VHS, "Wolves," 1993, 60 minutes. Produced by: ABC. ABC documentary from the World of Discovery series. Shows wolves on a 20-acre sanctuary in Idaho.

VHS, "Dolphins," 1994, 60 minutes. Produced by: PBS. Documentary from the PBS series "Nature" with George Page. Depicts examples of human-dolphin encounters.

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"Animal Rights--The First Collection," Mary De La Valette interviews experts on animal subjects 1984

VHS, 25 minutes each. 14 interviews with experts in their field.

  • 1. Hugh Genghegan, of the Greyhound Rescue Association
  • 2. Dr. Susan Curtis, a Massachusetts psychologist, on animal research in psychology
  • 3. Janet Polomis, Mobilization for Animals, on wildlife slaughter and trapping
  • 4. Dr. Theo Capaldo, psychologist, on vegetarianism
  • 5. Luke A. Dommer, CASH (Commit to Abolish Sport Hunting)
  • 6. Priscilla Chapman, Sierra Club, on the environment
  • 7. John Walsh, WSPA (World Society for the Protection of Animals), on anti-cruelty efforts in Latin America and elsewhere
  • 8. John Walsh - continued
  • 9. Dr. Richard Morgan, Founder of Mobilization for Animals, on animal research, predator control, etc.
  • 10. Dr. Richard Morgan - continued
  • 11. John Bruce Nye, Program Director of IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare), on dog and cat eating in the Philippines and Korea
  • 12. Ruth Flaherty, attorney, ALDF (Animal Legal Defense Fund), on the Federal Pet Statute (landlords in federal housing cannot prohibit pets for the elderly and the handicapped)
  • 13. Dr. Mark A Pokras, Massachusetts Audubon Society, veterinarian and wildlife rehabilitator, on the Massachusetts Bird Bill
  • 14. Dr. Andrew Rowan, professor, Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine, (and author of the book "Of Mice, Models and Men"), on alternatives to animal testing
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"A Question of Respect" 1989

VHS, 10 minutes, Produced by the ASPCA. Introduction to developing a humane attitude toward animals.

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"Throw-Away Pets" 1993

VHS, 60 minutes, Produced by: PBS. Documentary on pet overpopulation with Betty White and Roger Karas (president of ASPCA). Deals with puppy mills, spay/neuter, euthanasia, feral dogs and cats, animal control, etc.

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"Puppy Mills;" "Stolen Pets;" "Pet Theft" 1990

VHS, "Puppy Mills," 17 minutes. Produced by: ABC. A segment of ABC's 20/20 series on puppy mills in the Midwest and their ties to franchised pet stores.

VHS, "Pet Theft," 15 minutes. Produced by: ABC. A segment of ABC's 20/20 series, with Barbara Walters, about stolen pets sold to research labs.

VHS, "Puppy Mills," 10 minutes. Produced by: CBS. A segment of the Connie Chung show. CBS secretly followed a truck from a puppy mill in Kansas to the Chicago airport.

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"The Savannah River Project;" "Killer Whales in Captivity;" "Unleashed" 1993

VHS, "The Savannah River Project," 30 minutes. Documentary about the atomic bomb plant in South Carolina (no connection to animal subjects).

VHS, "Killer Whales in Captivity," 10 minutes. Pro and con arguments.

VHS, "Unleased," 13 minutes. Produced by: CBS. TV documentary with Connie Chung about the trade of stolen cats and dogs and their relation to animal research. Includes interviews with Judith Reitman, author of the book "Stolen for Profit," and Mary Warner.

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"Animal Rights on Network Television" 1986-1988

VHS, 1986-1988, includes the following 6 programs:

  • Frontline (PBS): pros and cons on animal research
  • 60 Minutes (two segments)
  • Excerpts from the film "Unnecessary Fuss"
  • The Phil Donahue Show
  • Ted Koppel ("Nightline"): a furrier and an anti-fur activist
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"Animal Rights on Network Television" 1986-1990

VHS, same as the previous "Animal Rights on Television" plus the following 5 programs:

  • Sept. 88: - Sally Jessy Raphael Show (Animal Rights)
  • March 89: - 20/20: On the fur industry's struggle for survival
  • Jan. 13, 90: - Connie Chung (CBS) on furs. (Superficial).
  • Mar. 4, 90: - "60 Minutes" segment on EARTH FIRST, with David Foreman
  • Oct. 22, 90: - ABC Evening News segment on Carolina Biological Supply Company
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More Animal Rights on Network Television - West 57th, Ted Koppel on lab animals, "Frog Girl," Sally Jessy Raphael Show 1988-1991

VHS, includes the following 7 programs:

  • Dec. 1988: - WEST 57TH (CBS), including Ingrid Newkirk interview.
  • Apr. 25, 89 - Ted Koppel ("Nightline") on lab animals; including segment with Jane Goodall.
  • Oct. 1989 - "Frog Girl," a CBS School Break Special, 60 minutes. Dramatization of the story of Jennifer Graham, who refused to dissect frogs in high school.
  • Jan. 30, 90 - Sally Jessy Raphael Show, on the fur issue.
  • Feb. 1, 90 - Ted Koppel ("Nightline") on the fur issue in Aspen, Colorado.
  • Oct. 1991 - ABC, 6 minutes, segment on the ALF (Animal Liberation Front); including an interview with an ALF member
  • Dec. 6 1991 - CBS, "60 Minutes," 15 minutes, segment on the end of the fur industry (especially in England).
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"Hunt Protests in Michigan" 1992 or 1993

VHS, 20 minutes. TV coverage from four different stations reporting on hunt disruptions by animal rights activists, including Heidi Prescott. Video quality is not crisp due to multiple copying.

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"Force Feeding for Foie Gras" 1993

VHS, 4 minutes. Scenes of plant workers forcing feeding tubes down the throats of ducks filmed by undercover cruelty investigators from PETA.

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"The Other Side of the Fence" 1988

VHS, 10 minutes, produced by the ASPCA. A comparison between traditional veal farming and the veal crates in modern factory farms.

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"Sentenced for Life;" "Chicken for Dinner" 1987?

VHS, "Sentenced for Life," 21 minutes. Produced by: Chicken Lib with St. Andres Animal Fund & Compassion in World Farming. British documentary on the battery hen industry.

VHS, "Chicken for Dinner?", 15 minutes. Same producers as above. Documentary on the broiler chicken industry.

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Humane Slaughter? 1994

VHS, 9 minutes, Produced by: Farm Sanctuary. Video has little narration and contains graphic scenes of chicken and turkey slaughtering.

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"The Making of a Turkey" 1989

VHS, 17 minutes, Produced by: Farm Sanctuary. Documentary on modern factory farms. All stages and aspects on turkey production are filmed, from hatchling to slaughter.

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"Diet for a New America" 1991

VHS, 60 minutes, Produced by: Public TV (KCET Los Angeles). Based on John Robbins' book by the same title. John Robbins reveals his theories on the environmental and personal health consequences of a diet based on animal products.

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"Diet for a New America" 1991

VHS, 60 minutes, Produced by: Public TV (KCET Los Angeles). Based on John Robbins' book by the same title. John Robbins reveals his theories on the environmental and personal health consequences of a diet based on animal products.

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"Debate on Animals in Research: Tom Regan vs. R.G. Frey" 1992

VHS, 60 minutes. Debate between Tom Regan and R. G. Frey from the Department of Philosophy at the University of Liverpool in England. The debate was held at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Frey's main focus is the quality of life argument. Somewhat poor audio quality.

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"Animal Rights and Bio-Medical Research" 1991

VHS, 45 minutes. A video-taped lecture by Dietrich von Haugwitz before the medical staff of the Dorothea Dix Hospital in Raleigh, NC.

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"Animal Rights and Bio-Medical Research" 1991

VHS, 45 minutes. A video-taped lecture by Dietrich von Haugwitz before the medical staff of the Dorothea Dix Hospital in Raleigh, NC.

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N.C. Network for Animals; Local News Coverage 1986-1990

VHS, 45 minutes. A "home-made" collection of short segments from the evening news covering demonstrations and similar events by the N.C. Network for Animals in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area. Also included are segments on the Wise Brothers and their methods of collection and selling dogs and cats.

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"Round-Table Discussion;" "Animal Rights" 1986, 1989-1990

VHS, "Round-Table Discussion," 30 minutes, Produced by: WTVD, Durham, NC, 1986. Segment on animals in research. Dr. Tom Giduz and Nancy Rich (Presdient of the Network for Animals) argue against; Dr. Vogel (Chairman of Duke's Animal Care Committee) argues for; Dr. Kootsey (Duke) explains computer alternatives.

VHS, "Animal Rights on WRAL," 9 minutes, Produced by: WRAL, Raleigh, NC, 1989. Three 3-minute segments aired on three consecutive days on the evening news. The segments are on animals in labs, furs, and meat respectively.

VHS, "Animal Rights on WRAL," 30 minutes, Produced by: WRAL, Raleigh, NC, 1990. "Assignment Sunday": The Use of Animals in Research. Debate between Dr. Robert Wood of UNC (pro) and Dr. Neal Barnard (con).

VHS, "WTVD Durham news segments," 7 minutes, Produced by: WTVD, 1990. Segments cover the use of animals at research institutions in the Research Triangle Park, including numbers of animals used.

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"Animal Rights - A TV Call-In Show;" "Tom Regan interview;" William Buckley's 'Firing Line;'" "WRAL news segments" 1986-1987, 1990-1991

VHS, "Animal Rights - A TV Call-In Show," 60 minutes, Produced by: Cable 8, Durham, NC, 1986. Panelists: Eva von Haugwitz, Dietrich von Haugwitz, and Kathy Feiner (all from the N.C. Network for Animals). Interviewer asks general questions and a few on-the-air calls are received.

VHS, "Tom Regan interview," 30 minutes, 1987. Regan decribes his work on Public Television, Chapel Hill with host Bill Friday.

VHS, "William Buckley's 'Firing Line' on Vivisection," 1990. Buckley and guest, a Massachusetts researcher.

VHS, "WRAL News Segments," 7 minutes, Produced by: WRAL, Raleigh, NC, 1991. Brief interviews with Dr. Salinger, Tom Regan, Surgeon General Koop, and local people.

VHS, "WRAL - 'Assignment Sunday'," 30 minutes, Produced by: WRAL, Raleigh, NC, 1991. "Assignment Sunday" segment on animals in research. Pros and cons debated by Dr. Robert Wood, Dr. McPherson (Director, Animal Facility, NCSU Vet School), Gail Heebner, and Dietrich von Haugwitz.

Carton 11
"Hegins Pigeon Shoot" 1991

VHS, 15 minutes. Raw footage of the Labor Day event in Hegins, PA. Includes local TV coverage and shows incidents of activists freeing animals.

Carton 11
"The Diner Video;" "Pink Floyd" 1995-1996

VHS, "The Diner Video," 12 minutes, 1995. VHS, "Pink Floyd," 17 minutes, 1996. Compiled by PETA. There is no narration. Footage taken from different documentaries depicts animals in traps, fur ranches, laboratories, slaughter houses, meat production plants, and animals in transport. Films contain graphic violence.

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"Two Lectures on the moral rights of animals" 1992

VHS, 90 minutes. From a symposium at the Bowman Gray Medical School on animal rights and the use of animals in research.

Lecture 1. Lilly M. Rousseau, Professor at Purdue University.

Lecture 2. Dr. Tom Beecham, Senior Research Scholar at Georgetown University.

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"The March for the Animals" 1990

VHS, 30 minutes. A report on the Animal Rights March, past the White House to the Capitol, in Washington, DC in June 1990.

Carton 11
"The Genesis Awards" 1996

VHS, by THE ARK TRUST. Annual awards ceremony for outstanding animal related work done by television and film producers.

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"Dietary Risk Factors in Cancer" 1989

VHS, 26 minutes, Copyright by: American Vegan Society. Lecture by Michael Klaper, M.D.

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"The Rescue of the Dancing Bears in Turkey" 1994

VHS, Produced by: National Geographic Explorer. TV documentary depicting dancing bears in Turkey, and the rescue operation by WSPA (World Society for the Protection of Animals) and local authorities.

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"North Carolina Buffalo Ranch" 1991

VHS, 22 minutes. Unedited raw footage filmed on May 12, 1991. Footage of deer, Hawaiian Black Bear, monkeys, lemurs, ducks and swans, a petting zoo, bison, "dancing chickens," etc.

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"National Alliance for Animals Conference" 1994

VHS, 90 minutes. Sessions from the National Alliance for Animals Conference, including Tom Regan and Ingrid Newkirk.

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Down to the Factory Farm

VHS

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A Medical Turning Point RT=28:00

VHS

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Raw Footage, Raw Pain: An Inside Look at an Intensive Egg Farm

VHS

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A Medical Turning Point

VHS

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Creatures of God 1987

VHS

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"Dog Lab"

VHS

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TV Show with Dr. Klaper and John Robbins 3/17/1986

VHS

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Animal Rights 1986

U-matic

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Animal Rights 1985

U-matic

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ADAPTT circus animals 1999

U-matic

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"Senior Citizen Activists" Part 1 1988

VHS

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"Senior Citizen Activits" Part 2 1988

VHS

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Cull of the Wild; The truth behind trapping

VHS

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"Reports on Horse Slaughter" 1995

VHS

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"Golden Moments" The story of Yankee Golden Retriever Rescue

VHS

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"The Fund for Animals; What's wrong with hunting"

VHS

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"Chai; Helping animals in Israel" 1990

VHS

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Mckenty Insect societies

VHS

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Linda Woodham talking about local animal abuse cases

VHS

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Best Friends Animal Sanctuary

VHS

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Animals, Nature and Religion by Dr. Michael Fox

VHS

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Rodeo in a small town in Western United States

VHS

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11th Annual Genesis Awards 4/5/1997

VHS

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Discussion of the dog lab at Harvard 1997

VHS

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"The Other Side of the Fence"

VHS

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"Could your pet be a guinea pig?"

VHS

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"Foods for Cancer Prevention and Survival"

VHS

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"Crusaders" 11/20/1994

VHS

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Publications 1980-2010
ActionLine 1996, 2000-2003, 2006-2007
Box 10, Folder 1
All Animals (Humane Society of the United States) 2000-2002, 2005
Box 10, Folder 2
American Hunter 1985
Box 10, Folder 3
Animal Activist Alert (1 of 2) 1995-1998
Box 10, Folder 4
Animal Activist Alert (2 of 2) 1995-1998
Box 10, Folder 5
Animals' Advocate 2004-2006
Box 10, Folder 6
Animalearn Brochures and Pamphlets 1994-1997
Box 10, Folder 7
Animal News 2003
Box 10, Folder 8
Animal People 1993-1994
Box 10, Folder 9
Animal People (1 of 7) 2002-2007
Box 11, Folder 1
Animal People (2 of 7) 2002-2007
Box 11, Folder 2
Animal People (3 of 7) 2002-2007
Box 11, Folder 3
Animal People (4 of 7) 2002-2007
Box 11, Folder 4
Animal People (5 of 7) 2002-2007
Box 12, Folder 1
Animal People (6 of 7) 2002-2007
Box 12, Folder 2
Animal People (7 of 7) 2002-2007
Box 12, Folder 3
Animal People Watchdog Report 2000-2001
Box 12, Folder 4
Animals International 2004-2005
Box 12, Folder 5
Animals Magazine 1995-1996
Box 12, Folder 6
Animal Watch 1996
Box 12, Folder 7
APS of Durham Paw Print 2002-2004
Box 12, Folder 8
AV Magazine (1 of 6) 1986-2002
Box 13, Folder 1
AV Magazine (2 of 6) 1986-2002
Box 13, Folder 2
AV Magazine (3 of 6) 1986-2002
Box 13, Folder 3
AV Magazine (4 of 6) 1986-2002
Box 13, Folder 4
AV Magazine (5 of 6) 1986-2002
Box 14, Folder 1
AV Magazine (6 of 6) 1986-2002
Box 14, Folder 2
AWI (Animal Welfare Institute) Quarterly (1 of 4) 1986-1995, 1999-2006
Box 14, Folder 3
AWI (Animal Welfare Institute) Quarterly (2 of 4) 1986-1995, 1999-2006
Box 14, Folder 4
AWI (Animal Welfare Institute) Quarterly (3 of 4) 1986-1995, 1999-2006
Box 14, Folder 5
AWI (Animal Welfare Institute) Quarterly (4 of 4) 1986-1995, 1999-2006
Box 14, Folder 6
Compassion Seeds Inc. Animal Sanctuary 2004
Box 15, Folder 1
End-of-Life Choices 2004
Box 15, Folder 2
E the Environmental Magazine Oct. 1995
Box 15, Folder 3
Farm Sanctuary Sanctuary News (1 of 3) 1989-2006
Box 15, Folder 4
Farm Sanctuary Sanctuary News (2 of 3) 1989-2006
Box 15, Folder 5
Farm Sanctuary Sanctuary News (3 of 3) 1989-2006
Box 15, Folder 6
Field & Stream (1 of 2) 1989, 1997-1999, 2001-2002
Box 15, Folder 7
Field & Stream 1989, 1997-1999, 2001-2002
Box 15, Folder 8
Fighting Chance 2001
Box 15, Folder 9
Fund For Animals 1993, 2003-2004
Box 15, Folder 10
Fur-Fish-Game 1994
Box 15, Folder 11
Good Medicine (1 of 5) 1992-2006
Box 16, Folder 1
Good Medicine (2 of 5) 1992-2006
Box 16, Folder 2
Good Medicine (3 of 5) 1992-2006
Box 16, Folder 3
Good Medicine (4 of 5) 1992-2006
Box 16, Folder 4
Good Medicine (5 of 5) 1992-2006
Box 16, Folder 5
Harper's Magazine Aug. 1997
Box 16, Folder 6
Humane Activist 2003-2005
Box 16, Folder 7
Hunt: Action Hunting for Action Hunters 1992
Box 17, Folder 1
In Defense of Animals 1998
Box 17, Folder 2
In Health 1991
Box 17, Folder 3
International Primate Protection League (1 of 2) 2000-2006
Box 17, Folder 4
International Primate Protection League (2 of 2) 2000-2006
Box 17, Folder 5
International Society for Animal Rights Report (1 of 2) 1984-1999
Box 17, Folder 6
International Society for Animal Rights Report (2 of 2) 1984-1999
Box 17, Folder 7
Kind News 1993-1997
Box 17, Box 8
Madre Speaks 2004
Box 17, Folder 9
National Anti-Vivisection Society Bulletin (1 of 2) 1988-1997
Box 17, Folder 10
National Anti-Vivisection Society Bulletin (2 of 2) 1988-1997
Box 18, Folder 1
North American Hunter 1992
Box 18, Folder 2
North American Whitetail 1992
Box 18, Folder 3
North Carolina Game & Fish 1998
Box 18, Folder 4
Outdoor Life 1995
Box 18, Folder 5
PAWS (Progressive Animal Welfare Society) News 2000-2003
Box 18, Folder 6
PETA's Animal Times (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) (1 of 2) 2003-2006
Box 18, Folder 7
PETA's Animal Times (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) (2 of 2) 2003-2006
Box 18, Folder 8
PETA's Animal Times (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) (German) 1994
Box 18, Folder 9
PETA News 1992-1994
Box 18, Folder 10
Petersen's Hunting 1992
Box 18, Folder 11
Poultry Press (1 of 3) 1995-2006
Box 19, Folder 1
Poultry Press (2 of 3) 1995-2006
Box 19, Folder 2
Poultry Press (3 of 3) 1995-2006
Box 19, Folder 3
Promoting the Protection of all Animals (HSUS) Annual Reports 1999-2000
Box 19, Folder 4
PsyETA Bulletin 1990
Box 19, Folder 5
PsyETA News 1997, 2000, 2002-2003
Box 19, Folder 6
Schaf Report (German) 2003
Box 19, Folder 7
Sea Shepard Log 2005
Box 19, Folder 8
Sports Afield 1987
Box 19, Folder 9
Sportsman North Carolina 1997
Box 20, Folder 1
The Activator (The American Anti-Vivisection Society) 1995
Box 20, Folder 2
The Animality (1 of 2) 1996-1998
Box 20, Folder 3
The Animality (2 of 2) 1996-1998
Box 20, Folder 4
The Animals' Advocate 2000, 2002-2003
Box 20, Folder 5
The Animals Voice undated
Box 20, Folder 6
The Farm Report 1991, 1993-1999, 2002
Box 20, Folder 7
The Grapevine 1999
Box 20, Folder 8
The Humane Farming Association 1993, 2005, undated
Box 20, Folder 9
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) News (1 of 2) 1984-1991
Box 20, Folder 10
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) News (2 of 2) 1984-1991
Box 21, Folder 1
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) News (1 of 2) 1996-1999
Box 21, Folder 2
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) News (2 of 2) 1996-1999
Box 21, Folder 3
The Lancet July 1990
Box 21, Folder 4
The Vegan 1990
Box 21, Folder 5
United Animal Nations Journal 2004-2005
Box 21, Folder 6
Vegetarian Journal 1995
Box 21, Folder 7
Vegetarian Times 1992, 1995
Box 21, Folder 8
Wildlife Tracks 2000-2001, 2003-2004
Box 22, Folder 1
World Watch 1991
Box 22, Folder 2
WSPA World (World Society for the Protection of Animals) 1999-2002
Box 22, Folder 3
Zoophile News Network (1 of 3) 1998-2001
Box 22, Folder 4
Zoophile News Network (2 of 3) 1998-2001
Box 22, Folder 5
Zoophile News Network (3 of 3) 1998-2001
Box 22, Folder 6

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