Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Rice University Archives: Audio Visual Materials, 1920-2008



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Rice University
Title: Audio-visual materials, 1920-2008
Dates: 1920-2008, bulk 1950-2000
Abstract: This collection contains videotapes, DVDs, CDs, record albums, cassette tapes, reel-to-reel tapes and other formats associated with Rice University from the 1920s to 2008. Types of materials include amateur recordings of Rice events, clips from television and radio news broadcasts about Rice-related topics, and professional recordings of Rice events. Formats include record albums, films, magnetic recordings such as videos and audio tapes, and digital recordings including CDs and DVDs.
Identification: UA 151
Extent: 17 cubic ft (36 boxes)
Language: English
Repository: Rice University.

Historical Note

William Marsh Rice University (commonly called Rice University and opened in 1912 as The William Marsh Rice Institute for the Advancement of Letters, Science and Art) is a private, comprehensive research university located in Houston, Texas, United States.


Scope and Contents

This collection contains videotapes, DVDs, CDs, record albums, cassette tapes, reel-to-reel tapes and other formats associated with Rice University from 1920s to the present.


 

Organization

Organized into three series:
Series I: Reel-to-reel audio and film tapes, 1951-2000
Series II: Video tapes, 1966-2007
Series III: , Obsolete and Current Formats; 1930-2008

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This material is open for research.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish from this material must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University, 713-348-2586 or e-mail woodson@rice.edu.


Index Terms

Organizations:
Rice University
Subjects:
Rice University|x Board of Trustees.
Rice University|x History.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Rice University audio-visual materials, 1920-2008, UA 151, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

Acquisition Information

This material was transferred to the Woodson Research Center, 2006.


Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I: Reel-to-reel audio and film tapes; 1951-2000.

The bulk of the material includes reel-to-reel audio tapes of lectures on religion, philosophy, science, engineering, computer science, and outreach programs. Series I also includes some reel-to-reel films of Rice events or promotional films. The bulk of Series I ranges from 1951 to 2000.
National Academy Press Conference (James Alfred Van Allen Announcing Discovery of Van Allen radiation belts), reel 1 of 3; May 1, 1958.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25 inch, 7 inch reel
National Academy Press Conference (James Alfred Van Allen Announcing Discovery of Van Allen radiation belts), reel 2 of 3; May 1, 1958.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25 inch, 7 inch reel
National Academy Press Conference (James Alfred Van Allen Announcing Discovery of Van Allen radiation belts), reel 3 of 3; May 1, 1958.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 7-inch reel
Charles A. Boston, “A History of William Marsh Rice in the Formation of Rice Institute”; October 12, 1996.
Microfilm of 84-page typescript in the file of Mr. Brady Cole of Baker, Botts, Andrews & Parish.
Space Science 400 Lecture by Donald D. Clayton, Ph.D.; September 25, 1963.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 5-inch reel.
Space Science 500 Lecture by Donald D. Clayton, Ph.D., 1958, 1963; September 25, 1963.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 5-inch reel.
Space Science 400 Lecture by A. J. Dessler; October 2, 1963.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 5-inch reel.
Space Science 500 Lecture by F. C. Michel; January 29, 1964.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 5-inch reel.
Joint Space Science and Physics Seminar at Rice by Professor Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar; October 13, 1964.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 5-inch reel. First two or three minutes of talk missing. Chandrasekhar, with William A. Fowler, won the 1983 Nobel Prize for Physics for key discoveries that led to the currently accepted theory on the later evolutionary stages of massive stars.
Space Science and Physics seminar by James Alfred Van Allen titled Distribution of electrons in the Earth's outer magetosphere; October 29, 1964.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 7-inch reel.
Space Science seminar by Professor C. O. Hines of the University of Chicago titled Atmospheric gravity waves in the ionosphere; ; November 6, 1964.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 7-inch reel.
Space Science seminar by Professor E. N. Parker of the University of Chicago titled Propagation of the Cosmis Rays Through Interplanetary Fields; November 5, 1964.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 7-inch reel. First few minutes of talk missing.
Space Science seminar by R. C. Haymes titled The magnetosphere of the Earth, continued; December 3, 1964.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 7-inch reel.
Space Science seminar by R. C. Haymes titled The magnetosphere of the Earth, continued; December 3, 1964.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 7-inch reel.
Space Science seminar by H. Friedman, N.R.L., titled X-ray astronomy; December 14, 1964.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 7-inch reel.
Space Science seminar by R. F. Miles, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, titled Mariner Mission to Mars; February 1, 1965.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 7-inch reel.
Space Science seminar by J. W. Chamberlain, titled The atmosphere of Venus; February 11, 1965.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 7-inch reel.
Joint Mechanical Engineering and Space Science seminar by E. R. Van Driets, North American Aviation, Inc., titled Boundary layer transitions; February 12, 1965.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 7-inch reel.
Space Science seminar by W. I. Axford, Cornell University, titled Anisotropic diffusion of cosmis rays; March 5, 1965.
Reel-to-reel tape, 0.25-inch on 7-inch reel.
Thru the Sallyport, reel 1 and 2 ; circa 1937.
Two Reel-to-reel film negatives each comprising about 6-inch film. Original film had the following stamped on the metal lid: Eastman EKC Film. The film can contained the following information written on the outside of the lid in ink: "1st px Rice Sallyport, print, Orig color neg, a & rolls. The following information was written in ink on white tape encircling the can: Thru the Sallyport - 16 mm pos, A & B rolls, Reel 2 #9440 #758, Graham.
Light print Thru the Sallyport #2, reel 1 and 2 ; 1953.
One reel-to-reel film negative on 10.5-inch reel in film can.
Original cuts and trims of the film Golden Years; 1962.
One reel-to-reel film negative wound onto 2-inch core.
A, B, Cn and sound track rolls of the film Golden Years; box 1 of 2; 1962.
Four reel-to-reel film negatives wound onto 2-inch cores.
A, B, Cn and sound track rolls of the film Golden Years; box 2 of 2; 1962.
Four reel-to-reel film negatives wound onto 2-inch cores.
End adv. music-S.E. Graham for the film Golden Years and receipt for film work; 1962.
Two reel-to-reel film negatives wound onto 2-inch cores.
Space Science Seminar by A. T. Moffet of Caltech titled Radio Galaxies; Apr. 5, 1965.
Five-inch reel to reel audio tape.
Convocation February 5 A.M. ; circa 1964
Five-inch reel to reel audio tape.
Conversation with W. V. Houston, with A. J. Dessler; Jan. 13, 1965
7-inch reel to reel film negative wound on a plastic core.
“Bochner’s Lecture” Provost’s Lecture Series by Salomon Bochner, the Edgar O'Dell Lovett Professor of Mathematics at Rice University; March 14, 1979.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Ceremony Honoring Dr. Henry Lee Bartlett and Ludwig von Beethoven, Dec. 16, 1970; also Speeches by Dr. Radoslav Tsanoff, Thomas Zimmermann with introductions by Richard O'Keefe and a response by Dr. Henry Lee Bartlett; 1970.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rockwell lecture by Jack C. Verheyden titled Faith and the Interpretation of the Personal; April 15, 1971.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Lecture given at Rice University chapel by John T. Noonan Jr., law school at Notre Dame University, titled History and development of Catholic Church's teaching on contraception; also Professor Mary Ellen Goodman, sociology and anthropology at Rice University; January 12, 1967.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Memorial Service for Radoslav A. Tsanoff on September 15, 1976; Side 2: Lecture at the Rice Memorial Chape delivered on October 14, 1976 lecture by John R. May titled When is a Film Religious; September 15 and October 14, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Lectures on Religion in the Year 2000 deliverd by Jack C. Verheyden presenting the American view and Hans Ulrich presenting the European view; March 5, 1974.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice Today from the James C. Morehead Jr. papers; circa 1960-1980.
One reel-to-reel film negative on 10.5-inch reel in film can.
James C. Morehead Jr.'s Rice Today: a walking tour of the campus; Fall, 1979.
One reel-to-reel film negative on 10.5-inch reel in film can. Note on film can states "tested 7/21/87 Okay."
World Religions: China and Japan with talks by Richard Gard from the Institute for Advanced Study of World Religions and Alan Miller from Miami University in Ohio; circa 1960 to 1980.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. This tape includes the entire event centered on theme of world religions, including an opening performance by the Rice Chorale, an introduction by Rice professor Niels C. Nielson, Jr., and a discussion after the talks.
Solzhenitsyn, Nietzsche, Dostoevsky and the end of Christendom, talks in the Rice Memorial Chapel; April 19, 1974.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. This tape features Niels C. Nielsen Jr. talking on Solzhenitsyn, Hans G. Ulrich on Nietzsche, and Louise Stahl on Dostoevsky.
College Fair, PSA, produced by KENR; April 12, 1977.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
KTRH, Richard Smith on China and Ewa Thompson on Russia; 1984.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Pat Seed family; March 16, 1983.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice University Glee Club and Band, Rice's Honor, 1:45 minutes; circa 1960 to 1980.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
“Southwest Conference Sidelights,” , Produced by Marcon for the Southwest Conference Radio Network; reel 1 of 6; August 13, 1977.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
“Southwest Conference Sidelights,” , Produced by Marcon for the Southwest Conference Radio Network; reel 2 of 6; April 8, 1978.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
“Southwest Conference Sidelights,” , Produced by Marcon for the Southwest Conference Radio Network; reel 3 of 6; April 15, 1978.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
“Southwest Conference Sidelights,” , Produced by Marcon for the Southwest Conference Radio Network; reel 4 of 6; April 22, 1978.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
“Southwest Conference Sidelights,” , Produced by Marcon for the Southwest Conference Radio Network; reel 5 of 6; April 29, 1978.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
“Southwest Conference Sidelights,” , Produced by Marcon for the Southwest Conference Radio Network; reel 6 of 6; July 22, 1978.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
KTRU Rice radio show To the Point; intro/out master produced by Bart Hamill and Scott Hochberg; May 18, 1977.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice's Office of Information Services program To the Point titled Training our armed forces by Dr. Ira Gruber, interviewed by Scott Hochberg; February 1, 1983.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice's Office of Information Services program To the Point titled Test tube babies and recombinant DNA by Dr. Kathleen Matthews , interviewed by Scott Hochberg; August 17, 1978.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
To the Point with Dr. Jean-Claude De Bremaecker; circa 1977-1985.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice's Office of Information Services program S. W. Focus with shorts titled Future of Science by Dr. Paul Cloutier; Living Texas Program by Mary McIntyre; and Venus Probe by Dr. Curt Michel; February, circa 1978.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice's Office of Information Services program S. W. Focus with shorts by Feeman, McIntyre, Howell, Klineberg, Kolenda, Bearden, and Sterling; circa 1978.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice's Office of Information Services program S. W. Focus with shorts by Herb Ward and others; January, circa 1978.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice's Office of Information Services summer school public service announcements (PSAs) on topics from Star Wars to the golden days of summer; circa 1970 to 1985.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice's Office of Information Services summer school public service announcements (PSAs), Leslie; final master; circa 1970 to 1985.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice's Office of Information Services summer school public service announcements (PSAs), six 60 second spots; circa 1970 to 1985.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice's Office of Information Services summer school public service announcements (PSAs) on topics from Country-Western to Evangelists; circa 1970 to 1985.
5-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice's Office of Information Services: Bedient, Dr. Phil, Water Quality; circa 1970 to 1985.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Brown, George R., Dedication Dinner for Brown School of Engineering; reel 1 of 2; November 12, 1973
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Brown, George R., Dedication Dinner for Brown School of Engineering; reel 2 of 2; November 12, 1973
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
George [Herbert Walker] Bush at Rice; tape 1 of 2; March 23, 1977
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
George [Herbert Walker] Bush at Rice; tape 2 of 2; March 23, 1977
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Christmas Music at Rice Memorial Chapel, Rice Chorale and Chamber Singers; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
John B. Connally at Rice; reel 1 of 2; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
John B. Connally at Rice; reel 2 of 2; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Senate Convocation, #79; reel 2; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Senate Convocation, #78; reel 3; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice Convocation, reel #2; and B.S. session #1; December 4, 1968.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Convocation Fri.; February 6, 1970.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Convocation talk show; February 5, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Convocation P.M.; February 5, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Convocation; reel #1; November 4, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Convocation 2/5, A.M. session; reel #2, reel #1 at RMC [Rice Memorial Center]; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Convocation; reel #3; November 5, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Convocation; reel #4; November 5, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Convocation 77; reel 1 of 4; November 11-14, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. Box says the tape if for the 1977 convocation but tape is labeled as 1976.
Convocation 77; reel 2 of 4; November 11-14, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. Box says the tape if for the 1977 convocation but tape is labeled as 1976.
Convocation 77; reel 3 of 4; November 11-14, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. Box says the tape if for the 1977 convocation but tape is labeled as 1976.
Convocation 77; reel 4 of 4; November 11-14, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. Box says the tape if for the 1977 convocation but tape is labeled as 1976.
Recordings from Radio Yesteryear featuring on Side A: Coughlin, Father, Apr. 4, 1937; Side B: FDR Fireside Chat, May 26, 1940; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice University production titled Crab Nebula Breakthough, produced by Kensinger Sound Studios; part I; circa 1970-1990.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice University production titled Crab Nebula Breakthough, produced by Kensinger Sound Studios; part II; circa 1970-1990.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice University production titled Crab Nebula Breakthough, produced by Kensinger Sound Studios; part I; circa 1970-1990.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Croneis, Dr. Carey, Kemp Medal Award; includes the tape, a receipt from the tape archives, and correspondence from Marshall Kay to Hardin Craig and from Richard L. O'Keeffe to Marshall Kay; Nov. 7, 1969.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. This tape is a gift to Rice University Library from Marshall Kay.
Cuthbertson, Dr. Gilbert, Rice Women's lecture; April 22, 1980.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Cuthbertson, Dr. Gilbert, KYND Interview; Oct. 30, 1980.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Dev[elopment] Slide Presentation featuring Hellums, Alborn, Lednicky, Houston; Rice University Office of Information Services; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Dev[elopment] Slide Presentation featuring Tuggle, Walters, Stebbings; Rice University Office of Information Services; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Faculty Forum; circa 1977.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Faculty Club Forum, President Norman Hackerman; April 4, 1973.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Faculty Club Forum, Dec. 1, 1975; Dec. 1, 1975.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Faculty Club Forum, Jan. 19, 1976; Jan. 19, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Faculty Club Forum, Nov. 6,1979, Final Report of the faculty Comm. on Educational Enhancement (copy 1 of 2) ; Nov. 6,1979.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Faculty Club Forum, Nov. 6,1979, Final Report of the faculty Comm. on Educational Enhancement (copy 2 of 2) ; Nov. 6,1979.
2 cassette audio tapes.
Faculty Club Forum, March 6, 1980, Future Declining Enrollments and the State of the University; March 6, 1980.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Norman Hackerman speech; April 14, 1971.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Friends of Rice Meeting, Faculty Forum, Jan. 19, 1976; Jan. 19, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. Includes a handwritten loose note stating the tape is a meeting of Friends of Rice University. A handwritten note on the reel says "Norman Hackerman speech, April 14, 1971, reel #1"
Fuller, Buckminster, March 19, 1974 (Reel 1 of 2); Jan. 19, 1976.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Fuller, Buckminster, March 19, 1974 (Reel 2 of 2); March 19, 1974.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Gilbert and Sullivan, Trial by Jury, faculty performance, 1951; 1951.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Grenias, George, Jones School, on Corporate Ethics; reel 1 of 2; circa 1980s.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Grenias, George, Jones School, on Corporate Ethics; reel 2 of 2; circa 1980s.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Hackerman: Norman Hackerman's speech as president of Rice; October 20, 1970.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. First few minutes missing.
Hackerman, Norman, inaugural ceremonies; Sept. 24, 1971.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Hackerman, Norman, inaugural dinner at the Rice Hotel; Sept. 24, 1971.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Hackerman, Norman speech; April 14, 1971.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. This tape has numerous markings inside and outside the box. Dates range from April 14, 1971 on the reel to May 4, 1973. Tape box labeling indicates the tape was used to record Hackerman at his inaugural, two years later and the Rice Fund Council.
Hackerman, Norman speech to the Houston Rotary Club titled Higher Education in the 70s; May 31, 1973.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Hackerman, Norman; Rice Fund Council, May 8, 1981; Willian Akers. Intro by Helen Worden; May 31, 1973.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Hackerman, Norman, the State of the University; Apr. 17, 1974.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Alfven, Hannes, Origins of the Solar System; March 11, 1968.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. Box for tape has the following hand written: "1st of 3 lectures on Origin of Solar System to a standing-room-only crowd. Hannes Olof Gösta Alfvén astrophysicist and winner, with Louis Néel of France, of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1970 for his essential contributions in founding plasma physics—the study of plasmas (ionized gases). Alfvén, Hannes. (2007). In Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved July 26, 2007, from Encyclopædia Britannica Online: http://search.eb.com/eb/article-9005681
Hackerman, Norman, the State of the University; Apr. 17, 1974.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Hanson, Howard, Early Days in America’s Musical Culture, Notes from a Composer’s Notebook I, Brown Foundation - J. Newton Rayzor Lecture Series; Nov. 19, 1974.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. Howard Harold Hanson (October 28, 1896 – February 26, 1981) was an American composer, conductor, educator, music theorist, and ardent champion of American classical music. In 1944 Hanson was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Symphony No. 4, subtitled Requiem. In 1945 he became the first recipient of the Ditson Conductor's Award for commitment to American music. At the time of this lecture he was professor and director of the Institute of American Music at the University of Rochester.
Hanson, Howard, Freedom from the Press: the Artist and the Critic, Notes from a Composer’s Notebook II, Brown Foundation - J. Newton Rayzor Lecture Series; Nov. 21, 1974.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. Howard Harold Hanson (October 28, 1896 – February 26, 1981) was an American composer, conductor, educator, music theorist, and ardent champion of American classical music. In 1944 Hanson was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Symphony No. 4, subtitled Requiem. In 1945 he became the first recipient of the Ditson Conductor's Award for commitment to American music. At the time of this lecture he was professor and director of the Institute of American Music at the University of Rochester.
Hartsook Appreciation Dinner; Cohen House; May 8, 1970.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. Tape box also lists "Reel 2, 1. Dr. Croneis, 2. Dr. Ewing" and "Dr. Hackerman faculty forum, 7 Dec. 1972, track #1.
Hickey, Doralyn, Lectures on AACR [Anglo-American Cataloging Rules]; library course; four lectures; June 14-19, 1968.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Verheyden, Jack C., The Historical Course of the Knowing of God, Rockwell Lecture Series; April 13, 14, 1971.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Hyman, Harold, KYND lecture, on the Senate: an historical perspective; reel 1 of 2; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Hyman, Harold, KYND lecture, on the Senate: an historical perspective; reel 2 of 2; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
KTRH: Lasers in Space by Frank Tittle, Prostitution in Texas by Thomas Mackey; Psych [illegible word] Affecting Crime,” Craig Anderson; Evolution vs. Creationism by Richard Casey; Argentina by Julie Taylor; May 9, 1984.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Living Texas, PSA [Public Service Announcement]; circa 1970-1980s.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. Tag on the reel states "John Freeman #1 Solar powers [act] prog, 69 sec and #2 Biomass conversion 72 secs.
Long, Elizabeth, Rice University Women Lecture Series, ; Feb. 4, 1980.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Long, Elizabeth, Rice University Women Lecture Series, ; Feb. 4, 1980.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Margrave-Winningham trans.; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Pitzer, Kenneth S., inauguration ceremonies; October 10, 1962.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Pomerat, Roland, Organ Recital with Harpsichord by Eva Wydra; February 18, 1965 .
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Proctor, et al. (Dev. Slide Presentation by Proctor, Cotton, Kennedy, Howard Faculty Forum); undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Reiff, Dr. Patricia, Houston's environmental problems [Toxic wastes]; reel 1 of 2; ; circa 1975-1990.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Reiff, Dr. Patricia, Houston's environmental problems [Toxic wastes]; reel 2 of 2; ; circa 1975-1990.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice, William Marsh, The Murder Story of William Marsh Rice; ; length 46:28; copy 1 of 2 undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. Handwritten note on tape containers says, "Report of son of Charles Anderson Boston, N.Y. Lawyer
Rice, William Marsh, The Murder Story of William Marsh Rice; ; length 46:28; copy 2 of 2 undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice Players performing Auden’s For the Time Being; ; December 15, 1964.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Nemerov [Howard] reading of his poem Cain ; Rice Players; February 17, 1966.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape. Howard Nemerov (February 29, 1920 – July 5, 1991) was United States Poet Laureate on two separate occasions: from 1963 to 1964, and from 1988 to 1990. The Collected Poems of Howard Nemerov won the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize.
Rice University Film Strip; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice University Symphonic Carillon; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice University Symphonic Carillon; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Ken Kennedy talking about computers during the Rice University Women’s Lecture Series; circa 1971-1993.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Sid Richardson College dedication; October 16, 1971.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Space Science and Technology Building Ground Breaking; February 12, 1965.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Space Science and Technology Building Ground Breaking; February 12, 1965.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
E. P. Ney, Space Science Seminar; January 7, 1965.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
T. Gold, Space Science Seminar; March 5, 1965.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
J. L. Modisette, Space Science Seminar; March 20, 1965.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
T. Donahue, Space Science Seminar; April 29, 1965.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
G. H. Herbig, Space Science Seminar; May 6, 1965.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
W. E. Gordon, Space Science Seminar; May 10, 1965.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
H. E. Petschek, Space Science Seminar; May 13, 1965.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Larry Cahill with University of New Hampshire, Satellite observation of magneic storms, Space Science Seminar; November 19, 1965.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Walt Cunningham (astronaut), Space Science Seminar; December 2, 1965.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
R. Giacconi, Space Science Seminar; January 6, 1966.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
John Cornwall, Space Science Seminar; January 20, 1966.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Clyde Tombaugh, Space Science Seminar; March 10, 1966.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
K. G. McCracken, Space Science Seminar; March 31, 1966.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Summer School PSA, Master Tape; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Summer School PSA, Mixed and Edited Master Tape; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Harry McSorley of St. Paul's College speaking in the Rice Chapel on The Thought of Martin Luther; October 20, 1966.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Memorial Service for Professor Paul Tillich in Rice Memorial Chapel with carillonneur Roland Pomerat and speakers W. Paul Jones and Tom Faw Driver; May 5, 1966.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
"To the Point," part 1: Klineberg and part 2: Nielson; undated.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
"To the Point" interviews by Scott Hochberg with George Greanias, Herbert Ward, William Martin, Richard Smith, Don Huddle, James Blackburn; topics include corporate ethics, TV preachers, environmental laws and effects fo space shuttles, China and Taiwan, and illegal aliens; 1980-1982.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Weiss School Dedication with Dr. Frank Press; November 1, 1979.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Weiss College's Hello Hamlet; Circa 1967-1980s.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Weiss College Tabletop Theatre with Hello Hamlet; September 1969.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Weiss College Tabletop Theatre with Hello Hamlet; Circa 1967-1980s.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Weiss College Tabletop Theatre photocopied program of Hello Hamlet; March 1980.
7-inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Rice University Film Strip: LP Phono Records, 33 1/3 rpm for $33 Million Capital Campaign; 1968.
33 1/3 rpm phonograph record.
Rice University Film Strip: LP Phono Records, for $33 Million Capital Campaign; February 7, 1968.
33 1/3 rpm phonograph record.
Rice University Development Office In Hope of High Achievement, Rice Today; 1983-84; 1983-1984.
12-minute long motion picture on acetate film.
Secretary of the Army Clifford Alexander's talk titled Your Army – Where We Were, Where We Are,, President’s Lecture Series; Nov. 13, 1979.
Ampex brand audio tape on a 10.5 inch reel.
Script for the Golden Years,, bound ; circa 1967.
Golden Years,, final corrected print #1; circa 1967.
16 mm motion picture film on a 12-inch reel.
Rice Institute, 50th anniversary speeches by LeGarde, Ewing, Nevins, and Viner; circa 1966.
Kinescope original motion picture film, 32 minutes on a 12-inch reel.
Rice Institute, 50th anniversary speeches by Stussi, Gyorgi, Pyre and Blanchard; circa 1966.
Kinescope original motion picture film, 32 minutes on a 12-inch reel.
Rice Institute, 50th anniversary speeches by Margaret Mead, prelog, Shannon, Bronson,and Yagi; circa 1966.
Kinescope original motion picture film, 26 minutes on a 12-inch reel.



 

Series II: Video tapes; 1966-2007

The bulk of the material includes VHS "video" tapes on topics ranging from sports to science. Some videos are promotional in nature and some are simply records of conferences and events. This section does include other formats including Long Play records, CDs, and DVDs, but the bulk of the materials are videos. In several cases, the video has been migrated to a digital format. In those cases, the items migrated to CDs, DVDs, or spinning disks are stored with the original.
A Tribute to Charles and Anne Duncan; copy 1 of 2; December 12, 1996.
VHS format.
A Tribute to Charles and Anne Duncan; copy 2 of 2; December 12, 1996.
VHS format.
Memo explaining the background to "Tribute to Charles and Anne Duncan"; circa December 1996.
VHS format.
75th Anniversary; December 14, 1987
VHS format.
Acquaintance Rape, "Mixed Signals"; circa 1990
VHS format.
Acquaintance Rape; circa 1990
Betamax format.
"Affirmative Action Decision" local Houston coverage from Video Monitoring Services; VHS format; July 1-2, 1996
VHS format. See item 12.8, which was enclosed with this video. Video Monitoring Services usually sent to the Rice Office of News and Media Relations clips of news stories that involved Rice University or involved an issue of great interest to the administration.
Video Monitoring Services list of television and radio stations in the Houston area that aired, used, or did a story on the Affirmative Action Decision; July 1-2, 1996
Video Monitoring Services usually sent to the Rice Office of News and Media Relations a list of stations that played, referred to, or used a source from Rice University. The list includes the names of the stations and the time and date the segment aired.
Affirmative Action for Texas Universities from Video Monitoring Services; March 26, 1996
VHS format. Video Monitoring Services usually sent to the Rice Office of News and Media Relations clips of news stories that involved Rice University or involved an issue of great interest to the administration.
Bina Agarwal, professor of economics at the Institute of Economic Growth University of Delhi, giving a talk titled "Gender, Institutions, and Environmental Change: Is Reviving the Past the Best Way Forward; VHS format; October 6, 1997
James Baker Institute - U.S. Foreign Policy; C-SPAN; VHS format; November 23, 1995
Rice versus Purdue; VHS format; circa 1993-2004
Along with this VHS format tape is a note dated September 14 from Carl MacDowell, assistant to the president, to Malcolm Gillis, president of Rice University.
Black Hole, CNN 5:50 p.m. news with Marc Levenson, ; April 19, 1991
VHS format.
"Race to Catch a Buckyball", NOVA PBS-TV Network; December 19, 1995
VHS Format
Brown Room Compilation; June 15, 1990
VHS Format. A business card from Kathie Krause, Rice News Bureau Manager is attached.
Rice 1993 Carter Speech; 1993
VHS Format
Chill News Halas, Lane, [Wiesner], Kulinowski; circa 1990s
VHS Format
Arthur B. Cohn House 1711 Rusk - Houston; October 5, 1986
VHS Format. Dedication of an official State of Texas historical marker. 28 minute ceremony
VMS "Rice University Baseball/College World Series" Houston and National Coverage; June 20-27, 2003
VHS Format.
"Rice University Baseball/College World Series" Houston and National Coverage; copy 1 of 2; June 20-27, 2003
VHS Format.
"Rice University Baseball/College World Series" Houston and National Coverage; copy 2 of 2; June 20-27, 2003
VHS Format.
Rice University 2003 College World Series Champions, News Coverage, copy 1 of 2; 2003
VHS Format.
Rice University 2003 College World Series Champions, News Coverage, copy 2 of 2; 2003
VHS Format.
"A Championship Series," NCAA 2003 Men's College World Series; 2003
VHS Format. The official 2003 NCAA Men's College World Series Highlights DVD.
Chemistry Nobel Awards; circa 1996
VHS Format. Approximately 5 minutes.
CRPC "Parallel Computation Makes for Good Vibrations"; September 20, 1995
VHS Format.
Rice University, " Parallel Computing at Work: CRPC Activities in Collaboration, Knowledge Transfer, and Education; circa 1990s
VHS Format.
Cray Research, Cray - Rice Demo Negative 12:00, Cray Positive 7:30; Dub date: December 8, 1987
VHS Format.
Shot Sheet for Videotape for Rice University's Cray Research video; December 9, 1987
VHS Format.
CRPC Parallel Juggler; Circa 1980-1995
VHS Format.
Date Rape, KPRC-TV 5 p.m. News with Bill Balleza and Dr. Dixie Swanson; August 23, 1990
VHS Format.
"Commencement - Alan Dershowitz" and "Adam Reiser - Shoes to Kenya; May 8 and May 10, 1997
VHS Format. This is a compilation of news stories compiled by Video Monitoring Services of America (VMS).
Broadcast News Reports: Charles Duncan, Rice Board of Trustees, Chairman; March 17, 1992
VHS Format.
Rice, Anne and Charles Duncan Hall Dedication; circa 1996
VHS Format.
Rice University, Anne and Charles Duncan Hall Dedication; circa 1996
Beta Format.
Fake IDs; September 17, 2003
VHS Format.This video is a copy of television news casts from Channel 13 and News 24 and appeared on 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. broadcasts. The video included a post-it note from B.J. Almond, director of media relations, to Terry Shepard, Rice vice president of public affairs. Bill Taylor, Rice chief of police is named on the video.
Gardiner Symonds Teaching Laboratory; circa 1990-2003
VHS Format.
Handwritten note from Patrick [Gregsue] with the Houston Business Journal; December 1998.
VHS Format.
Houston Business Journal, Houston International, Ambassador Edward Djerejian; November 30, 1998
VHS Format.
Golden Years; 1963
VHS Format.
Rice University Golden Years (transfered by CineTransfer, CineFilm Laboratory, Inc.; May 1, 2000
VHS Format.
Houston Business Journal, Houston International, Nancy Dean interviews Malcolm Gilles, President Rice University; circa 1998
VHS Format.
Martin Graham, the Completed Computer; undated
BetaX2 Format. Color Dub, 29.30. While visiting her family, Kay Flowers gave this video to Kerry Keck on January 5, 2005. The video is about the first computer, the R1, built at Rice.
W. [Walter] G. Hall - "Roast/Toast"; March 25, 1983
VHS Format.
HOBY Story "Short Version"; 1995
VHS Format. HOBY stands for Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Foundation.
"Controversial Ad" and "Hate Crimes": video from Video Monitoring Services of America; December 10 and 12, 1997
VHS Format. Handwritten note attached to the video has one word written on it: "Holocaust."
Houston Survey, KHTV-TV Ch. 39, 7p.m. News; August 30, 1990
VHS Format.
Intel Supercomputer '92, news release B-roll, TRT: 6:35; 1992
Betacam Format.
"An Address by Hank Hudspeth," Homecoming, 1990; 1990
VHS Format; Killgore Productions, Inc. [The title of this Hudspeth's talk was "Continuity and Change at Rice 1940-1990."]
International University Bremen, Opening, 20 September 2001; September 20, 2001
VHS Format. This video contains highlights of the opening and is a short version including keynote address by Helmut Schmidt former German Chancellor. [Rice University played an important role in the creation of IUB.]
International University Bremen, Opening, 20 September 2001; September 20, 2001
DVD-R Format.
International University Bremen, Opening, 20 September 2001 (NTSC); September 20, 2001
VHS Format.
"Maryana Iskander/Rhodes Scholar," local Houston coverage; December 9 and 10, 1996
VHS Format. Complete broadcast schedule included on a printed sheet of paper from Video Monitoring Services and enclosed in side the VHS box.
Keck Hall rededication; September 21, 2000
VHS Format.
Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Management, building dedication; September 18, 2002
VHS Format.
"Lee Brown to teach at Rice University"; December 5, 1995
VHS Format. Complete broadcast schedule included on a printed sheet of paper from Video Monitoring Services and enclosed in side the VHS box.
"Malcolm Gillis," local Houston coverage; June 12, 1993
VHS Format. Complete broadcast schedule included on a printed sheet of paper from Video Monitoring Services and enclosed in side the VHS box.
Minority Affairs Office at Rice, news stories on KTRK-TV and KHOU-TV; September 8, 1988
VHS Format.
"Should a physicist stick to physics" by Nils Meunch, 1st Rorschach lecture November 6, 1995; November 6, 1995
VHS Format.
"New Pipe Organ" and "Lee Brown's First Day of Teaching," Houston coverage; January 15-17, 1996
VHS Format. Complete broadcast schedule included on a printed sheet of paper from Video Monitoring Services and enclosed in side the VHS box.
"Bob O'Dell," CNN-TV; April 24, 27, 29, 1990
VHS Format. Complete broadcast schedule included on a printed sheet of paper from Video Monitoring Services and enclosed in side the VHS box.
Bob O'Dell and Hubble Space Telescope, Houston coverage; January 15-17, 1996
VHS Format. Complete broadcast schedule included on a printed sheet of paper from Broadcast News Reports and enclosed inside the VHS box.
The OwLink Project at Rice University, David Levy; Thursday, February 23, 1995
VHS Format.
Robert Curl, "The Astounding Fullerences: An Adventure in Science," President's Lecture; March 25, 1997
VHS Format. Media Productions from Baylor College of Medicine.
Larry McMurtry, President's Lecture; September 24, 1997
VHS Format. Media Productions from Baylor College of Medicine.
"Why the Holocaust Matters" by Richard Wolin, professor of history, Rice University; February 5, 1998
VHS Format. Media Productions from Baylor College of Medicine.
"Why the Holocaust Matters" by Richard Wolin, professor of history, Rice University; master copy; February 5, 1998
VHS Format (Master). Media Productions from Baylor College of Medicine.
"The Murder of William Rice"; 1993
VHS Format. Quadrangle Films, Ltd. 115 minutes starring Sam Bottoms and Karen Black.
Stories on William Marsh Rice's birthday as seen on KHOU-TV and KHTV-TV, local coverage; March 14, 1991
VHS Format. From Broadcast News Reports.
Project education, Linda McNeil and Elizabeth Nguyen, Houston television coverage; September 6, 1990
VHS Format.
Rice Centennial and Commencement, television news coverage; May 2 - 4, 1991
VHS Format. From Broadcast News Reports.
Rice Football, 1997-1998 Season Home Opener; copy 1 of 3; circa 1997-1998
VHS Format.
Rice Football, 1997-1998 Season Home Opener; copy 2 of 3; circa 1997-1998
VHS Format.
Rice Football, 1997-1998 Season Home Opener; copy 2 of 3; circa 1997-1998
VHS Format.
U.S. Senator Bill Bradley speaks at Rice graduation; 1995
VHS Format.
Rice University Commencement; May 5, 1990
VHS Format.
Rice University commencement; May 2, 1992
VHS Format.
Rice University graduation ceremonies, local Houston television coverage; May 7, 1994
VHS Format.
Graduation Ceremonies [at Rice], local Houston coverage; May 11, 1996
VHS Format.
Rice University Graduation Ceremony, demo 1 of 2; May 11, 1996
VHS Format.
Rice University Graduation Ceremony, demo 2 of 2; May 11, 1996
VHS Format.
Rice University football stadium, Fox News KRIV-TV; September 24, 1999
VHS Format.
Rice University graduation ceremony, 3 minutes; May 10, 1997
VHS Format.
Rice University 1997 Commencement, Graduate Degrees; copy 1 of 2; 1997
VHS Format.
Rice University 1997 Commencement, Graduate Degrees; copy 2 of 2; 1997
VHS Format.
Rice University 1997 Commencement, Under Graduate Degrees; copy 1 of 2; 1997
VHS Format.
Rice University 1997 Commencement, Under Graduate Degrees; copy 2 of 2; 1997
VHS Format.
Rice Under Graduate Degrees, May 9, 1998; May 9, 1998
VHS Format.
Rice Graduate Degrees, May 9, 1998; May 9, 1998
VHS Format.
Rice University Commencement, May 9, 1998, master copy; May 9, 1998
Beta Format. This tape is 3 minutes of highlights produced by the Rice News Office to be distributed to the media in Houston.
Rice Under Graduate Degrees, May 15, 1999; May 15, 1999
VHS Format.
Rice Graduate Degrees, May 15, 1999; May 15, 1999
VHS Format.
Rice University 86th Commencement Exercises, May 15, 1999, copy 1 of 3; May 15, 1999
Beta Format. Produced by the RIce Office of Media Relations. Commencement speaker: Helmut Schmidt.
Rice University 86th Commencement Exercises, May 15, 1999, copy 2 of 3; May 15, 1999
Beta Format. Produced by the RIce Office of Media Relations. Commencement speaker: Helmut Schmidt.
Rice University 86th Commencement Exercises, May 15, 1999, copy 3 of 3; May 15, 1999
Beta Format. Produced by the RIce Office of Media Relations. Commencement speaker: Helmut Schmidt.
Rice University Eighty Seventh Commencement, May 13, 2000, copy 1 of 2; May 13, 2000
VHS Format.
Rice University Eighty Seventh Commencement, May 13, 2000, copy 2 of 2; May 13, 2000
VHS Format.
Rice University 91st Commencement, May 8, 2004; May 8, 2004
VHS Format.
Rice University 2004 undergraduate degrees; May 8, 2004
DVD Format.
"Rice Memorial Center Fire" local Houston coverage; April 6-7, 1995
VHS Format.
"Rice Protest Rally" local Houston coverage; April 2, 1996
VHS Format.
"Rice Students Build Homes in Honduras" local Houston coverage; April 5, 1998
VHS Format.
"The Rice Thresher, Eyewitness News KTRK-TV (ABC) Houston; September 17, 1997
VHS Format.
"Rice: Leading the New Century;" copy 1 of 2; circa 2003
VHS Format.
"Rice: Leading the New Century;" copy 2 of 2; circa 2003
VHS Format.
"Rice: Leading the New Century;" Killgore Productions, Inc.; circa 2003
DVD-R Format.
"Rice University NASA's Hubble Space Telescope: The Challenge and the Complexity of Operations"; no date
VHS Format. Space Telescope Sceince Institute - Visitor Program Astronomy - Visualization Lab Video Excerpts.
Rice University, Rice/NASA Signing Ceremony; RAW RT: 27:00; October 15, 1998
VHS Format.
Rice University, Rice/NASA Signing Ceremony; October 15, 1998
Beta Format.
Rice University, Rice Institutional '96; January 30, 1996
VHS Format. Dubbed on August 20, 1996.
Rice, the Next Century Campaign; copy 1 of 3; circa 2003
VHS Format.
Rice, the Next Century Campaign; copy 2 of 3; circa 2003
VHS Format.
Rice, the Next Century Campaign; copy 3 of 3; circa 2003
VHS Format.
Rice University: Letters, Science and Art; Fall 1991; copy 1 of 2; Fall 1991
VHS Format.
Rice University: Letters, Science and Art; Fall 1991; copy 2 of 2; Fall 1991
VHS Format.
Student videotape presentations, Rice Acadeic Team, local Houston television coverage; April 19, 1989
VHS Format.
Rice University at a Glance, Office of Admissions; copy 1 of 2; 1997
VHS Format. 14 minutes.
Rice University at a Glance, Office of Admissions; copy 2 of 2; 1997
VHS Format. 14 minutes.
Rice University at a Glance, 2000, Office of Admissions; copy 1 of 2; 2000
VHS Format. 14 minutes.
"Science Camp," local Houston television coverage; August 16, 20, 1990
VHS Format.
Space Telescope Science Institute, Visitor Program Astronomy, Visualization Lab video excerpts; circa 1990
VHS Format.
Spacewatch, pilot program, "The Adventure Begins," Houston Public Television; 1987
VHS Format. Screening copy/length 27:40. A production of Rudy Inc. and Spacewatch Inc.
"Student Reaction," local Houston television coverage; January 14, 1991
VHS Format.
"Texas Instruments Grant to Rice University," local Houston coverage; March 19, 1996
VHS Format.
"Share the Excitement," [Promotion for Houston hosting Super Bowl]; circa 2004
VHS Format.
"An interview with Isaac 'Ike' Sanders," the oldest living Rice alumni, class of 1916; January 20, 1995
VHS Format.
Super Bowl prep, Channel 11 [television]; September 10, 2003
VHS Format.
Rice University 1930s, video of activities on Rice campus; circa 1990
VHS Format.
"Through the Sallyport," 1957; before 1990
VHS Format.
TSNAC Championship Match, Dorman versus Sullivan; 1989
VHS Format. 28 minutes
Professor of the year: Dennnis Huston, local Houston coverage; 1989
VHS Format.
"United States Foreign Policy Priorities on the Eve of the 21st Century," Rice University's James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy Third Annual Conference; tape 1, copy 1 of 2; October 16, 1997
VHS Format.
"United States Foreign Policy Priorities on the Eve of the 21st Century," Rice University's James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy Third Annual Conference; tape 1, copy 2 of 2; October 16, 1997
VHS Format.
"United States Foreign Policy Priorities on the Eve of the 21st Century," Rice University's James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy Third Annual Conference; tape 2, copy 1 of 2; October 16, 1997
VHS Format.
"United States Foreign Policy Priorities on the Eve of the 21st Century," Rice University's James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy Third Annual Conference; tape 2, copy 2 of 2; October 16, 1997
VHS Format.
"U.S. Patent and Trademark Office," local Houston coverage; October 2, 1997
VHS Format.
Dedication of Walter Hall Park in League City, Texas; October 18, 1985
VHS Format.
"Through the Sallyport," transfer of 16mm film to video; April 8, 2000
VHS Format. CineFilm Laboratory, Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia, transfered from 16 mm film [probably the circa 1953 film] to video at 24 feet per second with opt. trk
"Through the Sallyport," after 1987
VHS Format.
Western Athletic Conference; circa 1995
VHS Format.
The New Wiess College Dedication, Rice University; October 5, 2002
VHS Format.
Women in Progress, local Houston television coverage; December 7, 14, 1987
VHS Format.
Handwritten note from News and Media Relations to Nancy [Boothe] regarding Women in Progress video; May 9, 1991
Rice University, John Boles; February 8, 1982
Format: Scotch UCA 30. From Office of Information Services
Rice University, Dr. Brady for Wed; circa 1982
Format: Scotch UCA 30. From Office of Information Services
People of Vision Dinner Honoring Malcolm Gillis; 1996
Betacam SP. Edited master.
"The Value of Science;" Lewis Thomas, M.D. Chancellor Memorial Sloan-Ketterine Cancer Center, and Harold Hyman, the William P. Hobby Professor History at Rice University; March 4, 1981
UCA 60 Format..
Bill Martin, 60 Minutes; circa 1990
KCA-30, Fuji Videocassette Beridox Format.
Rice University Academic Profiles and Summary; copy 1 of 3; before 2007
Sony videotape, format unknown.
Rice University Academic Profiles and Summary; copy 2 of 3; before 2007
Sony videotape, format unknown.
Rice University Academic Profiles and Summary; copy 3 of 3; before 2007
Sony videotape, format unknown.
Rice University, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope: The Challenge and Complexity of Operations, Space Telescope Science Institute, Visitor Program, Astronomy, Visualization Lab Video Excerpts; after 1990
Betacam SP
Rice University - RSVP, Rice Student Volunteer Program; before 2007
Sony videotape, format unknown.
Rice University - RSVP, Rice Student Volunteer Program; before 2007
Sony videotape, format unknown.
Science and Technology Centers Announcement Sound Bites, Mr. Erich Bloch, director National Science Foundation; December 5, 1988
3M videotape, format unknown. Press release inserted inside the videotape cover.
unidentified tape; undated
Format KCA20, still frame reproduction, 20 minutes in length. Manufacturer is Maxell
Final Report Sc-Cosmic 98; Steering Minority Education for the 21st Century; June 25, 1998
bound 113 page report.
Developing Masters and Ph.D. programs [at] minority institutions; June 25, 1998
audio cassette tape.
Strengths and weaknesses of minority and majority institutions and group conclusions; June 25, 1998
audio cassette tape.
The impact of anti-affirmation action legislation, including the Hopwood decision; panel discussion; June 25, 1998
audio cassette tape.
Easing Transistions between minority situations; (high school) and majority situation; presentations of group and panel discussions; June 25, 1998
audio cassette tape.
ADMI 1 - June 26, 1998; June 26, 1998
audio cassette tape.
ADMI 2 - June 26, 1998; June 26, 1998
audio cassette tape.
ADMI 3 - June 26, 1998; June 26, 1998
audio cassette tape.
ADMI 4 - June 27, 1998; June 27, 1998
audio cassette tape.
ADMI 5 - June 27, 1998; June 27, 1998
audio cassette tape.
ADMI 6 - June 27, 1998; June 27, 1998
audio cassette tape.
Anderson Todd interview; January 20, 2005
cassette tapes, 3.5 floppy disk [Office Depot, IBM formatted 1.44 megabyte (MB)], and printed transcript. The floppy disk contains a Microsoft Word document, which is the transcription of the taped interviews.
Tapes A-C, including Max Apple interview, Chemical Engineering events, forums and semniars and Commencements from 1994 to 1997; 1986-1997
audio cassette tapes
Tapes C-H, including Commencement 1998, Serge Doubrovsky' - President's Lecture on Fiction and Self, Charles Duncan Jr. interviews, faculty meetings, David Gau and George Thomas on capital punishment, Malcolm Gillis inauguration symposium, Jane Goodall - President's Lecture, Norman Hackerman talks, David Halberstam - President's Lecture, and Joyce Hardy Pounds; 1985-1998
audio cassette tapes
Tapes H-P, including HALRIC, Houston Club forum, 1993 presidential inauguration for Gillis, Mary Kaplan interview, Ley Wendell on Rice in 1932, Mario Vargas Llosa on the culture of freedom - President's Lecture, Maine [Main]-frame tutorial, Meade on space telescope, Mechanical Engineering interview, Lyon Boston recollection of "The Murder Story of William Marsh Rice", Jack Nelson on the Reagan Legacy - President's Lecture, Cesar Pelli - presentation of the master plan, H. Ross Perot lecture, Kenneth Pitzer Memorial Lecture, P.R.C. [People's Republic of China?] visit on October 13, 1975, presidential news conference; 1975-1998
audio cassette tapes
Tapes P-T, including president's lectures, Rice ball games, Sewall dedication and other items; 1976-1992
audio cassette tapes
Tapes T-W, including Virgil Topazio, Radoslav Tsanoff lectures, Derek Walcott, and others; 1969-1999
audio cassette tapes
Richard Smalley, INTV; July 26, 2000
audio cassette tapes
Rice University MOB; circa 1980s
audio cassette tapes
Richard Smalley, "Our Energy Challenge"; September 23, 2003
Sony DV Cam
Rondelet Songfest; 1966
phonograph record, long-playing record, vinyl.
Hugo International Genome Summit, Rice University; January 19-22, 1994
VHS format
Footage of Rice University baseball team in 1997 NCAA College World Series; 1997
Fuji Betacam SP, metal tape
Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Managment building dedication; September 18, 2002
VHS format
Bio, Biotechnology: Seeking Cures for Women's Diseases; The Biotechnology Industry Organization; produced by Mentor Media; 1995
VHS format
Rice University Institutes of Biosciences and Bioengineering; circa 1985-2005
Sony KSP-60 video, U-matic SP
80 Years of Excellence in Rice Athletics; produced by Stone Films; circa 1992
VHS format. Includes handwritten note from Ron Stone to Bobby May.
Jess Neely video; undated
VHS format
Dicky Maegle Tribute [class of 1954]; 2004
Maxwell Betacam SP
Rice University at a Glance; copy 1 of 2 circa 1994-2004
Rice University at a Glance; copy 2 of 2 circa 1994-2004
Debate Accident [Crash] Coverage; March 2000
VHS format
Debate Crash Coverage; March 2000
VHS format
First meeting of the Rice faculty senate; May 11, 2005
VHS format
Dr. Richard E. Smalley 1943-2005; 2005
Sony Betacam SP
Dr. Richard E. Smalley 1943-2005; 2005
Sony Betacam SP Dr. Richard E. Smalley, University Professor, Gene and Norman Hackerman Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Physics & Astronomy, 1996 Nobel Prize Winner.
Chemistry Nobel Award; 1996
VHS format
Richard Smalley - Rice University, Amazing Science; TLC-TV Cable; October 6, 1998, 9 p.m.
VHS format
[Curl and] Smalley Awarded Nobel Prize; original; October 9 - 10, 1996
VHS format, Houston and cable coverage with schedule of showings included inside the VHS plastic box. Newsclips compiled by Video Monitoring Servces.
[Curl and] Smalley Awarded Nobel Prize; duplicate copy. October 9 - 10, 1996
VHS format, Houston and cable coverage with schedule of showings included inside the VHS plastic box. Newsclips compiled by Video Monitoring Servces.
Chemistry Award; Nobel 1996; December 8, 1996, 12 [noon] to 1 p.m.
VHS format. CNN-TV cable coverage
RBT Coverage of KTRU; December 2000
VHS format
Racist Fliers [Thresher]; United Paramount Network (UPN); circa 1980 - 2005
VHS format
Rice University: Letters, Science and Art; Fall 1991
VHS format Killgore Productions, Inc.
An Address by Hank Hudspeth, Homecoming, 1990; 1990
VHS format Killgore Productions, Inc.
"The Trust"; copy 1 of 2; circa 1993
VHS format The movie "The Trust" by Quadrangle Films LTD.
"The Trust"; copy 1 of 2; circa 1993
VHS format The movie "The Trust" by Quadrangle Films LTD.
Rice Institute Beta Log [log of interviews, include person, subject, or event, time and tape identification]; circa 1989 to 1991
These logs provide a key to the people, subjects or events on each tape.
A; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
B; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
BB; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
C; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
D; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
E; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
G; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
H; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Rice I; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Rice J; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
K Rice footage, laser disc; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Rice L; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
N, Froggie Williams Beats Texas, Magle [Maegle], Highlites 47-81; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Rice Tape O; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
P, Rice Photos Tape 1; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Rice Q; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Rice R; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Rice T; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Rice U; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Rice V; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
W, StoneFilms, Rice VSH Xfer [transfer]; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Rice Y, Track Rewrite; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Aggie [Game] ; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Football - Crowd, Basketball Crowd, Tennis, Outdoor Generic; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Pics 9/8/92; Circa September 8, 1992
Betacam video
Rice Special Credits 8:30; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video
Shareable Wearables (PSA) [public service announcement]; June 27, 1990
Betacam video A roll footage, 16mm Negative Transfer, David Norton Film, Wayne Forester
[untitled tape]; circa 1989 to 1991
Betacam video



 

Series 3: Obsolete and Current formats; 1930-2008.

This series contains an assortment of recording formats, including magnetic tape in various forms, such as reel-to-reel audio tapes and video; optical disks like CDs and DVDs; and long play records or phonograph records. A wide variety of topics are covered. The bulk of Series 3 ranges from 1980 to 2007.
The Rice Historical Society Presents: An interview with Bobby May, Athletics Director; July 12, 2006
DVD format.
O'Connor House Opening Ceremony, Rice University; September 15, 2006
DVD format.
Admissions and Campus Video in Quicktime and Mpeg; April 1, 2005
DVD format.
Balancing Your Life with Ellen Susman [featuring Ping Leebron]; 2006
DVD format.
Intramural Program; 1966-1967
DVD format.
The Inauguration of David Leebron: Investiture Speech by David Leebron, Rice University; October 2, 2004
DVD-R format.
RIce University, 16mm archival Film footage of [Dr. Wiser] from circa 1930-1950; 2006
DVD-R format. Source of the original is unknown.
David Leebron Speech (Talk to Staff and question answer session regarding his vision for Rice), Ask the Expert session, Duncan Hall; November 30, 2005
Optical disk, format unknown [either CD or DVD] Files are MP3 files.
Anderson Todd, Wortham Professor Emeritus of Architecture interviewed by David Todd; January 20, 2005
DVD format.
Rice: Leading the New Century; 2003
DVD-R format. This program summarizes the new buildings, professorships and other advancements made possible by the Next Century Campaign. It features President Malcolm Gillis, Baseball Coach Wayne Graham and many other Rice faculty members, students and alumni. About 12 minutes in length
Rice PResident David Leebron: A bridge builder between China and the United States; circa 2004-2007
DVD format.
RTVS Interview series: Ping Sun; circa 2004-2007
DVD-R format.
Rice University Town Hall Meeting, President David Leebron, March 07, 2007; March 7, 2007
Probably DVD format. James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy.
Rice Jazz Ensemble: Fall Concert November 25, 2003; November 25, 2003
CD format.
Phil's Study-Break Concert 12/05/04; December 5, 2004
Probably CD format. Contains a photo inserted into the CD paper sleeve.
Ken [Kennedy] Come Together December 2006 CITI@20; December 2006
CD-R format.
Investiture, Ceremony and Reception 2005; 2006
Optical disk, format unknown [either CD or DVD]. Created by the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Managment, Rice MBA, Rice University. Two discs.
Investiture, Ceremony and Reception 2006; 2006
Optical disk, format unknown [either CD or DVD]. Created by the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Managment, Rice MBA, Rice University. Two discs.
"The Meaning of Compassion in Everyday Life Tolerance and Universal Responsibility," His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso; May 1, 2007
DVD-R format. Autry Court, Rice University.
Rice University Plenary Faculty Meeting; January 26, 2006
Optical disk, format unknown [either CD or DVD]. McMurtry Auditorium, Duncan Hall.
Rice University Plenary Faculty Meeting; May 12, 2006
Optical disk, format unknown [either CD or DVD]. McMurtry Auditorium, Duncan Hall.
"The Writer as Migrant" a series of lectures by Ha Jin. Sponsored by the School of Humanities; Part 1: The Spokesman and the Tribe. October 24, 2006
DVD format.Hamman Hall, Rice University.
"The Writer as Migrant" a series of lectures by Ha Jin. Sponsored by the School of Humanities; Part 2: Language of Betrayal. October 25, 2006
DVD format. Hamman Hall, Rice University.
"The Writer as Migrant" a series of lectures by Ha Jin. Sponsored by the School of Humanities; Part 3: An Individual's Homeland. October 26, 2006
DVD format. Hamman Hall, Rice University.
Robert Pinsky, poet laureate of the United States, "The American Town: Dreams and Nightmares" a series of 3 lectures, the Campbell Lecture Series, Part 1. October 18, 2005
DVD format.Stude Concert Hall, Rice University.
Robert Pinsky, poet laureate of the United States, "The American Town: Dreams and Nightmares" a series of 3 lectures, the Campbell Lecture Series, Part 2. October 19, 2005
DVD format.Stude Concert Hall, Rice University.
Robert Pinsky, poet laureate of the United States, "The American Town: Dreams and Nightmares" a series of 3 lectures, the Campbell Lecture Series, Part 3. October 20, 2005
DVD format.Stude Concert Hall, Rice University.
"Owls Rule," Malcolm and Elizabeth Gillis Testimonial Video; April 24, 2004
DVD format.14 minutes.
The Friends of Fondren Library presents: "A Visit with Harris Masterson"; April 1996
DVD-R format.
Rice University 1930s, video of activities on Rice campus; circa 2000
DVD format.Video transfer. Original source unknown.
Proceedings: Keller Method Workshop Conference, Rice University, Houston, Texas; A. J. Dressler, edtor; March 18, 1972
Booklet, 8.5 inches by 11 inches, 41 pages.
Keller Method, A.J. Dessler; circa March 18, 1972
Kodak Ektachrome transparencies [color slides]. 36 slides.
Keller Method; circa March 18, 1972
Kodak Ektachrome transparencies [color slides]. 36 slides.
Keller Conference, tape 1, two sides, 3 3/4 ips; March 18, 1972
7 inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Keller Conference, tape 2, one side, 3 3/4 ips; March 18, 1972
7 inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Keller Conference, reel 2; March 18, 1972
7 inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
Keller Conference, dub, reel 2; March 18, 1972
7 inch reel-to-reel audio tape.
"Remembering Joe Davis, Rice Line Coach"; November 10, 2006
DVD-R. In the R Room in Rice Stadium, Froggy Williams, '50, interviews: Fred Curry, '53; Don Rather, '61; John Nichols, '64; and Kenny Paul, '64.
Rice: Leading the New Century; copy 1; 2003
DVD-R format. This program summarizes the new buildings, professorships and other advancements made possible by the Next Century Campaign. It features President Malcolm Gillis, Baseball Coach Wayne Graham and many other Rice faculty members, students and alumni. About 12 minutes in length
Rice: Leading the New Century; copy 2; 2003
DVD-R format. This program summarizes the new buildings, professorships and other advancements made possible by the Next Century Campaign. It features President Malcolm Gillis, Baseball Coach Wayne Graham and many other Rice faculty members, students and alumni. About 12 minutes in length
Clips from 2 16mm films at Fondren Library, "In the Name of Peace"--documentary on Vietnam War protests including the march on Washington, Meet the Press with Dudley Sharp; circa February 28, 2003
DVD-R. Tranfered from 16mm films produced in 1960Rice Historical Society
Killgore Productions, Inc. 16mm film-to-video transfer made February 28, 2003. 1 - Face the Nation: The Honorable Dudly C. Sharp. Secretary of the Air Force, January 24, 1960. CBS. About 5 minutes of 30 minute show, black and white. 2 - In the Name of Peace - 30 minute color documentary on Vietnam War protest. Includes march on Washington. Narrated by Efren Zimbalist, Jr. Non-rank transfer, for content only. Produced in 1960.; February 28, 2003
DVD-R. .
Doug Killgore Project: Inaugural Ceremonies (Pitzer). Rice Film - 1950's; circa 2000-2005
DVD-R. Killgore Productions, Inc. Rice inaugural ceremonies during the 1950's.
Doug Killgore Project: Rice Backup (data disk) Through the Sallyport, Golden Years, Inaugural Ceremonies (Pitzer); -
DVD-RAM. Killgore Productions, Inc.
Doug Killgore Project: "The History of Rice Football though the 1930's"; Froggy Williams, Rice '50; September 24, 2006
DVD-R (missing). Produced by Rice University IT Department. Presented by the Rice Historical Society. Froggy Williams, Rice '50 - "The History of Rice Football through the 1930's". R-Room, September 24, 2006. Details of 1950 Cotton Bowl on back of container.
Doug Killgore Project: "From the Lab to Fab" In Memory of: Dr. Rick Smalley; The Vision of Richard E. Smalley: Nanotechnologist in Energy. Be a Scientist - Save the World. September 2006
DVD-R. Produced by Rice University IT Department. Video of The American Chemical Society's 232nd Annual Meeting - Presidential Symposium, September 10-13, 2006, in San Francisco, California. Dr. Wade Adams, Director of the Smalley Institute for Nanoscience & Technology. Presenters: Dr. Robert Curl, Dr. Harold W. Kroto, Dr. Steven Chu, and Deborah Smalley.
Doug Killgore Project: Duncan College Groundbreaking Ceremony; September 27, 2007
DVD-R. Produced by Rice University IT Department. Video of groundbreaking ceremony for the five-story, 324-bed Duncan College building. Duncan College was named in honor of Rice alumnus Charles Duncan '47 and his wife, Anne.
Doug Killgore Project: Rice University on Film Volume 3; "Why go to the Moon?" Kennedy at Rice Stadium; 80 Years of Rice Athletics; Honoring Bill & Peggy Barnett; McMurtry College Groundbreaking Ceremony; Rice TV spots 2007
DVD-R. Produced by Rice University IT Department. This DVD is third in a series of historic short films and videos about Rice University. "Why go to the Moon?" (1960) - President John F. Kennedy's speech at Rice. 80 Years of Rice Athletics (1992) - A comprehensive look at Rice players, coaches, and fans, narrated by Ron Stone. Honoring Bill & Peggy Barnett (2005) - Produced on the occassion of Bill Barnett's retirement as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. McMurtry College Groundbreaking Ceremony (2007) - Video of groundbreaking ceremony for McMurtry College. Rice Television Spots (1983-2007) - TV spots made for showing during televised athletic events.
Doug Killgore Project: "16 mm films. February 28, 2003
Printed paper. Correspondence between Doug Killgore with Rice Media Services and Kinga Persynska, director of the Woodson Research Center, regarding transferring 16 mm films to digital formats.
Doug Killgore Project: Rice University Matriculation for the Class of 2008. August 15, 2004
DVD-R. Produced by Rice University Digital Media Services. Stude Concert Hall.
Doug Killgore Project: President Gillis Tells it Like it Was. April 13 &14, 2004
DVD-R. Produced by Rice University Digital Media Services. President Gillis interviewed by Professor John Boles.
Doug Killgore Project: "Owls Rule"; Malcolm & Elizabeth Gillis Testimonial Video. Copy 1 of 2; April 24, 2004
DVD-R. Produced by Rice University Digital Media Services.
Doug Killgore Project: "Owls Rule"; Malcolm & Elizabeth Gillis Testimonial Video. Copy 2 of 2; April 24, 2004
DVD-R. Produced by Rice University Digital Media Services.
Doug Killgore Project: A Conversation with the President. September 9, 2004
DVD-R. Produced by Rice University Digital Media Services. Presented by the Association of Rice Alumni. A conversation with President David Leebron in Dallas at the Mansion on Turtle Creek.
Selected Rice University Projects. circa 2003
DVD-R. This DVD depicts assorted Rice-related films, including A Walking Tour of the Campus (1979); :Rice Today (1983); 60- & 30 Second TV Spots (1986); Hank Hudspeth Address (Homecoming 1990); Rice Centennial Presentation (1991); and The Trust (trailer - 1993). Killgore Productions, Inc.
Through the Sallyport, Rice Films - 1950s; circa 2000 - 2003
DVD-R. Killgore Productions, Inc.
"God & We the People: Religion and Democracy in America" by William Martin; November 30, 2006
DVD-R. The Boniuk Center for the Study and Advancement of Religious Tolerance at Rice University presents William Martin, professor emeritus, Rice University, speaking before Congregation Emanu El. Killgore Productions, Inc.
Rice Film: Golden Years (1962); circa 2000 - 2003
DVD-R. Produced by Ruth and Shad E. Graham. Killgore Productions, Inc.
Rice Midshipman Choir; August 15, 1949
CD. Six CDs, 2 copies of part 1 and part 2, 1 copy of Wav files, parts 1 and 2. Migrated from wax long play album to CD in 2007. Original is located in box 36.
USS Iowa Midshipmen (Midshipmen from universitiies west of the Mississippi including Rice [Naval ROTC]); circa 1949
CD-R. These three copies were migrated in 2007 from the original American Broadcasting Company, Inc. recording on a 16-inch vinyl long-playing record. Original is located in box 36.
Rice University Intramural Program 1966-1967; 1966-1967
Film. Kodak brand film on 7-inch reel.
Paracorporeal Left Ventricular Bypass, Baylor-Rice Artificial Heart Program, Baylor Univeristy College of Medicine, Cora and Webb Mading Department of Surgery; circa 1960s
Film. Film is on a 9-inch reel.
Cotton Bowl, Rice versus Alabama. 1954; 2007
Digital formats, including 1 spinning disk, 6 DVDs and 2 Betacams. The original film from which these digital formats were created is located in Audio-Visual oversize.
Rice University present "Hypersonic Plasmo-Driven Test Facility"; March 1, 1961
Film from KUHT Film Productions. Original Kinescope Recording. Running time: 30 minutes.
The Coach; Circa 1960s.
16 mm film from KPRC, Houston, Texas. Digital copies of this film can be found in box 34. The orginal cardboard box which housed the film had a note written on the outside that stated "Coach Neely & Dorothy for grandchildren.
The Coach [DVD]; 2007 [migration date]
This folder contains two DVD digital copies of the original film, cicra 1960s, titled "The Coach" from KPRC, Houston, Texas. The original can be found in box 34.
Spanish Department film; Circa 1950-1966
16 mm film. Digital copies of this film can be found in box 35.
Spanish Department film; 2007 [migration date]
Digital DVD copies 16 mm film, circa 1950-1966. Original film can be found in box 35.
3 Rice Engineers; undated
Digital DVD.
KTRH Broadcasting Co. Rice Hotel-Houston, Rice [Midshipmen's] Choir; 1 of 2; May 15, 1949
Large format record album, 33 1/3 rpm. Digital copies of this album can be found in box 32.
KTRH Broadcasting Co. Rice Hotel-Houston, Rice Midshipmen's Choir; 2 of 2; May 15, 1949
Large format record album, 33 1/3 rpm. Digital copies of this album can be found in box 32.
USS Iowa Midshipment NROTC USS Iowa PGM; Circa 1949
American Broadcasting Company Inc. [Note: Rice midshipmen among crew.]Large format record album, 33 1/3 rpm. Digital copies of this album can be found in box 32.
"Trial by Jury" (Gilbert and Sullivan); circa 1950s; circa 1950s.
33 1/3 LP record album.
"Trial by Jury" (Gilbert and Sullivan); DVD_R. 2008
The audio on these three DVD-R was migrated in 2008 to digital format and preserved from the original 33 1/3 vinyl recording from circa 1950s.