College of Arts and Sciences Promotional Tapes
Collection — other: Box 1
Identifier: 100-UnivRec 443
Scope and Contents
The College of Arts and Sciences Promotional Tapes consists of four 3/4" videotapes of interviews with various persons in the East Tennessee State University community and the Johnson City, Tennessee community concerning the value of a liberal arts education along with one 3/4" videotape of upper and middle class homes within the Johnson City area. The first four videotapes include interviews with Dr. Dorothy C. Dobbins, associate dean, College of Medicine, Student Affairs, ETSU (length: 13:05); William R. Garwood, president of Tennessee Eastman Company (length: 2:49); Dr. Hugh LaFollette, professor of philosophy and humanities, ETSU (length: 16:36); and Kenneth V. Spenser, vice president of Texas Instruments (length: 12:57).
Conditions Governing Access
The tape is open for research.
0.60 linear feet
5 videotapes other_unmapped
The tapes are arranged alphabetically by subject.
Method of Acquisition
The College of Arts and Sciences Promotional Tapes were transferred to the University Archives on March 29, 1994 by Thomas Headley, Department of Mass Communications, East Tennessee State University.
Processing of the collection was completed in December 1997.
- Archives Staff
- Language of description