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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content

Organization

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

VHS Tapes

Hi8 Video Tapes

Audio Cassettes

Compact Discs

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Cooperative Communicators Association:

An Inventory of Their Audio/Visual Collection, 1993-2003 and undated, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator Cooperative Communicators Association
Title: Cooperative Communicators Association Audio/Visual Collection,
Dates: 1993-2003 and undated
Abstract: The audio/visual material of the Cooperative Communicators Association includes VHS tapes, Hi8 tapes, audio cassettes, and compact discs.
Collection # S 1743.3
Quantity: 1 boxes (1 linear foot)
Language English
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

The Cooperative Communicators Association (CCA) is an association of professional cooperative communicators who seek to improve their profession with the times, exchange ideas, and conduct their annual meetings. CCA seeks to help its members develop skills in many areas of expertise: writing, editing, design, speechwriting, audio visual production and related areas.

Now known as the Cooperative Communicators Association (CCA), this organization was formed following a communicators’ conference in 1953 at the University of Minnesota. It was organized as the Cooperative Editorial Association (CEA). As of 2013, the CCA had a membership of 350 cooperative communicators from the United States, England, and Canada. Membership is open to anyone interested in cooperative communications, not just those working at cooperatives.

Its first official Institute was held in 1954 at the University of Wisconsin. Thirty-one years later in 1985, at an Institute held in Chicago, its members adopted new Bylaws and Articles of Incorporation and changed the name to the Cooperative Communicators Association. These changes were made in recognition of the broadened scope of responsibilities that many co-op communicators and the changing structure of the co-ops that communicators serve.

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Scope and Content

The audio/visual collection of the Cooperative Communicators Association includes VHS tapes, Hi8 tapes, audio cassettes, and compact discs all recapping the business and growth of CCA from 1975 to 2001. The collection bulks with video and audio recordings of CCA conventions and banquets.

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Organization

The Cooperative Communicators Association Audio/Visual Collection is organized by the following series: VHS Tapes; Hi8 Tapes; Audio Cassettes; and Compact Discs

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research

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Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Organizations)
Cooperative Communicators Association
Cooperative Editorial Association
Subjects (Places)
Lubbock (Tex.)
Subjects
Communication
Cooperative societies
Professional associations
Public relations

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Related Material

Cooperative Communicators Association, Records, 1960-2004.

Cooperative Communicators Association, Records, 1975 to 2001 and undated.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cooperative Communicators Association, Audio/Visual Collection, 1993-2003 and undated, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Acquisition

Collection accession #(s):
2002-0243-B, 2003-0132-B, 2005-0137-B

Gifts, 2002-2005

Processed by

Elissa Stroman, 2013

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Collection Inventory

 

VHS Tapes

box folder
1 1 Television commercial from Bird’s Eye “Prepared New Flavors”, undated
2 Bringing Home the Stories: A Tribute to CCA’s First 50 Years, undated
3 CCA Awards Banquet Santa Fe, June 9, 1998
4 CCA Institute Highlights Omaha '99, 1999
5 CCA Santa Fe 1998
6 Hand in Hand… a history of the Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society, undated
7 Marketing Our Cooperative Advantage: Creativity Innovation Success, undated

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Hi8 Video Tapes

box folder
1 8 CCA Omaha #1 Contest and Business Meeting, undated
9 CCA Banquet Omaha, undated
10 CCA Santa Fe #1, undated
11 CCA Santa Fe #2 Mike Kawleski, undated
12 CCA Santa Fe #3, undated
13 CCA Santa Fe #4 Scott Bourne, undated
14 CCA Santa Fe #5 Joe Famalette, undated
15 CCA Santa Fe#6 Banquet, undated

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Audio Cassettes

box folder
1 16 Don Ranly C-D, July 13, 1993
17 Don Ranly E-F, undated
18 CCA Santa Fe Curt Langford #2, undated
19 CCA Santa Fe #3, undated
20 Michael Graznak Reading his Poetry, undated

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Compact Discs

box folder
1 21 CCA History Photos, March 2003
22 CCA, June 2003
23 David Lundquist and Mark Johnson CCA 2003 Shots, undated
24 CCA Reception Bob McEowen, undated
25 Glen Liford, Sunday Night Awards Jacquelyn Mitchard, undated
26 Bringing Home the Stories: A Tribute to CCA’s First Fifty Years, undated
27 Bringing Home the Stories: A Tribute to CCA’s First Fifty Years, undated

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