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Oral history interview with Alfred T. Goodwin [Video 01]

Session 1. This interview with Alfred Goodwin was conducted by Michael O'Rourke at Goodwin's home in Sisters, Oregon, on August 26, 2006. In the interview, Goodwin discusses some of the topics that often come before the U.S. District Court, including immigration, fishing rights, and environmental law. He also discusses national legislation regarding terrorism; proposals to split the Ninth Circuit; technology in the court; and the War on Drugs. He closes the interview by talking about his personal life and family background.

Goodwin, Alfred T. (Alfred Theodore), 1923-2022

Oral history interview with Diarmuid O'Scannlain, by Michael O'Rourke [Video Recording 03]

Session 8, Video 1. O'Scannlain discusses his family background and Irish heritage, his childhood in New York City, his education at St. John's Prep and Harvard, his involvement with the National Young Republicans and Trumpeters, his work as a lawyer in Portland, Oregon with the Dave Briggs firm (aka Stoel Rices) and Ragen, Roberts & O'Scannlain, his involvement in Republican politics and the Reagan administration, nuclear power, his appointment to the 9th Circuit Court, and some of the cases he oversaw while on that court.

O'Scannlain, Diarmuid F.

Oral history interview with Diarmuid O'Scannlain, by Michael O'Rourke [Video Recording 04]

Session 8, Video 1. O'Scannlain discusses his family background and Irish heritage, his childhood in New York City, his education at St. John's Prep and Harvard, his involvement with the National Young Republicans and Trumpeters, his work as a lawyer in Portland, Oregon with the Dave Briggs firm (aka Stoel Rices) and Ragen, Roberts & O'Scannlain, his involvement in Republican politics and the Reagan administration, nuclear power, his appointment to the 9th Circuit Court, and some of the cases he oversaw while on that court.

O'Scannlain, Diarmuid F.

Oral history interview with John A. Jelderks [Session 05, Video 01]

Session 5, Video 1. This session was recorded on videocassette and as digital audio; the audio files contain additional content. In the fifth and final interview session, conducted on September 16, 2009, Jelderks discusses his involvement with the Hood River Rotary Club. He speaks at length about serving as a magistrate judge for the U.S. District Court of Oregon from 1991 to the time of the interview. He describes the appointment process, discusses the role of magistrate judges in Oregon, and talks about judges he worked with. He describes the differences between the state and federal courts, and speaks at length about his decision in the Kennewick Man case, which regarded the custody of ancient Native American remains. He closes the interview by sharing his thoughts on restorative justice, on the concept of judicial activism, and on electing judges.

Jelderks, John A. (John Anthony), 1938-

Oral history interview with Jacob B. Tanzer [Session 01, Video 01]

Video 01. In the first interview session, Tanzer discusses serving as a judge on the Oregon Court of Appeals, and discusses some of the cases he heard while on the court of appeals, particularly regarding administrative law. He speaks about his admiration for Judge Herb Schwab, and about serving on the Oregon Supreme Court with Justice Hans Linde. He also talks about his judicial and political philosophy. The video focuses on the art and photographs in Tanzer's office as Tanzer talks about their relationship to his career in the U.S. Department of Justice, on the Oregon Supreme Court, and as director of the Oregon Department of Human Resources, now known as the Oregon Department of Human Services. Other art and photos prompt him to discuss Portland Police Chief Penny Harringon, his family history, and his experiences with the U.S. Supreme Court. He talks about writing the 1981 opinion for the Oregon Supreme Court that overturned the 1978 reinstatement of the death penalty. He shares the reasons he prefers work as a lawyer in private practice over work as a judge, and talks about changes he would recommend for the court of appeals.

Tanzer, Jacob B., 1935-2018

Oral history interview with Jacob B. Tanzer [Session 02, Video 01]

Video 02. In the second interview session, Tanzer talks about Oregon Supreme Court justices Ralph Holman and Kenneth J. O'Connell, and talks about his process of writing opinions. He speaks at length about the tendency of the Oregon Supreme Court to defer to the state constitution before the federal. He talks about Oregon attorney generals Dave Frohnmayer and Lee Johnson; speaks about his unsuccessful 1974 campaign for a seat on the Oregon Court of Appeals; and shares his opinion about judicial elections. He revisits the topic of his experiences with the U.S. Supreme Court; talks about managing the caseload of the Oregon Court of Appeals and Supreme Court; and discusses the role of law clerks in the courts. He speaks further about his admiration for Judge Herb Schwab, and about his family history. He closes the interview by sharing his thoughts about the civil rights movement, about immigrants in American society, and about the Watergate scandal.

Tanzer, Jacob B., 1935-2018

Oral history interview with Stephen M. Bloom [Session 03, Video 1]

Video 1. In the third and final interview session, conducted on May 2, 2005, Bloom continues to discuss serving as a magistrate judge on the U.S. District Court of Oregon from 1988 to 2005, and to talk about some of the cases he heard. He also continues to speak about practicing law in Pendleton and about cases he worked on in the field of water law. He closes the interview by discussing his involvement in several organizations, including Legal Aid Services of Oregon and the Peace Corps.

Bloom, Stephen M. (Stephen Michael), 1948-

Oral history interview with John P. Cooney [Session 02, Video 01]

Video 1. In the second interview session, conducted on June 17, 2005, Cooney continues to discuss serving as a federal magistrate judge on the U.S. District Court of Oregon, the role magistrate judges play in Oregon, and the types of cases he heard. He shares his experience of being a judge in a small community, discusses passing sentences, and shares his judicial philosophy. He also talks about changes in technology since the beginning of his career, and how they affected his work and the design of the courthouse. He closes the interview by talking about his family life, and about his plans for retirement.

Cooney, John P. (John Patrick), 1932-

Oral history interview with Robert E. Jones [Session 05, Video 01]

Video 1. In the fifth and final interview session, conducted on October 14, 2005, Jones continues to discuss serving as a judge on the U.S. District Court of Oregon. He speaks further about cases he heard, and talks about technology used in the courtroom. He discusses a 1998 trip to Russia and talks about the Russian legal system. He closes the interview by talking about the most difficult aspects of being a judge.

Jones, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1927-

Oral history interview with Bill Schonely [Video 01]

Session 1, Part 1. This oral history interview with Bill Schonely was conducted by Jack McArthur and Ian Strauss at the Moda Center in Portland, Oregon, on July 24, 2019. Franklin High School history teacher Gregory J.K. García was also present. The interview was conducted as part of the Franklin Historical Society Oral History Program, which aims to preserve the oral history projects of Advanced Placement (AP) History students at Franklin High School in Portland. The interview was conducted in one session. In this interview, Schonely discusses his early interest in radio broadcasting, particularly his experience with Armed Forces Radio while he served in the U.S. Marine Corps. He then briefly talks about his broadcasting career after his discharge, before speaking at length about his three decades as a sports announcer for the Portland Trail Blazers. He describes receiving the job offer from Trail Blazers owner Harry Glickman, putting together a radio station to broadcast games, and the naming of the team. He shares his memories of the Portland Trail Blazers; talks about changes in management, coaching, and the players of the team; and describes the Trail Blazers' 1976 NBA championship win. He also talks about some of the difficulties the team had, including player injuries, play-off losses, and earning the moniker "Jail Blazers" in the early 2000s. He discusses being laid off in 1998 and his return to the Trail Blazers as Ambassador in 2003. He closes the interview by sharing his hopes for the team's 50th season and advice for aspiring broadcasters, and he reflects upon the highlights of his career.

Schonely, Bill (William W.), 1929-

The Eruption of Mt. St. Helens, no. 11

Raw news footage of the eruption of Mount St. Helens.

Description provided by broadcaster: “The big eruption - slide sequence campsite - windshield - mountain and fast sequence

Camera - Don Stapleton, logs and river from river bank. Man pulls fish from river.

Toutle River - Long shot of mountain erupting ash. Eerie picture. Toutle River - road block. Logs and bridge.

Toutle flood, mountain and landscape in foreground. News people and other aircraft. Sea of mud. Small building in mud….. flying down river. Logs and debris, wall of gunk, highway, wide shots of mountain. Logs moving.

Long shot-mountain still in picture. One and scarcely see that the ash is moving. Static shot of eruption.”

KATU (Television station : Portland, Or.)

Beached Whale - Blow-Up - Florence, Oregon

16mm camera reversal original shot by Doug Brazil on location in Florence, OR on the occasion of a sperm whale being blown up by dynamite. Paul Linnman reports.
Shot List:
0:00:00 - Aerial view of beach shot from helicopter, several people stand around dead sperm whale on beach.
0:00:22 - Wide shot of whale on beach, beachgrass in the foreground.
0:00:41 - Three men in hard hats stand around body of dead sperm whale pointing. One is George Thornton, Oregon State Highway Division engineer. Shot pans to driftwood further up the beach.
0:00:58 - Close up shot of two men in hard hats.
0:01:05 - Men in hard hats walk around the body of dead sperm whale on the beach.
0:01:17 - Close up shot of George Thornton, Oregon State Highway Division engineer.
0:01:23 - Body of dead sperm whale on the beach.
0:01:25 - Seagulls fly above ocean waves, Shot pans down to whale carcass.
0:01:34 - Whale carcass on beach. No audio.
0:01:40 - Whale carcass on beach, shot pans up and zooms in to seagulls flying overhead.
0:01:56 - A group of people stand in front of whale carcass.
0:01:59 - A woman sits on a driftwood log with a pair of binoculars, she has a camera and tripod.
0:02:02 - A person standing on the beach.
0:02:06 - Four men wearing hardhats walk in a line down the beach, one is holding a blasting machine.
0:02:13 - Several people congregate around the whale carcass, men on a bulldozer drive towards it.
0:02:15 - A group of men approach a bulldozer.
0:02:22 - Close up shot of cardboard boxes of dynamite being stacked.
0:02:28 - Shot of nose of dead sperm whale.
0:02:30 - A bulldozer digs sand around whale carcass, two men in hard hats look on.
0:02:39 - Bulldozer digging sand around whale carcass, shot pans to stacks of dynamite boxes.
0:02:51 - A man packs sticks of dynamite into a box.
0:02:55 - Two men walk with a spool of wire up the beach. As they reach the top of the dunes camera pans to follow the wire down to the whale carcass. Where people are digging.
0:03:27 - Bulldozer digging around whale carcass.
0:03:42 - Man sets charges on dynamite, then walks towards stack of dynamite boxes.
0:03:54 - Close up shot of hands tying wire around a stick of dynamite.
0:03:59 - Close up shot of a pile of explosives in the bucket of a bulldozer. A man is sitting on the pile of boxes.
0:04:13 - Police officer walks up beach towards two onlookers sitting in the grass.
0:04:24 - Two people watching the scene from the beachgrass. One is holding a camera.
0:04:28 - A man sitting on a driftwood log drinks from a mug.
0:04:32 - Shot of whale from behind two people seated watching from a driftwood log.
0:04:40 - Shot of people watching from the dunes.
0:04:47 - Bulldozer and men working around dead whale.
0:05:04 - People watch from the dunes.
0:05:33 - Shot of dead whale.
0:05:39 - Close up of whale tail. Child pokes it with his foot.
0:05:48 - Shot of George Thornton, Oregon State Highway Division engineer, facing away from the camera in front of whale.
0:05:52 - Shot of an oldsmobile convertible with a collapsed roof, people survey the damage.
0:06:03 - A Bulldozer pushes remaining carcass of exploded whale.
0:06:05 - Paul Linnman and Doug Brazil stand with George Thornton.
0:06:08 - Closer shot of Bulldozer pushing remaining carcass of exploded whale.
0:06:13 - Shot pans up from bulldozer tracks to people following bulldozer moving towards dead whale.
0:06:19 - Shot of dead whale on beach, pans up towards flying birds.
0:06:29 - Paul Linnman interviews George Thornton.
0:06:40 - Man in hardhat carries box of explosive to whale carcass.
0:06:49 - Two people watching the scene from the beachgrass. One is holding a camera. Police officer walks towards them.
0:07:01 - Shot of grassy dunes, pans across beach.
0:07:11 - Shot from dunes at smoke in the air above the beach. Audio reaction from onlookers of explosion.
0:07:22 - A man leans over dead whale carcass. A child walks behind him holding his nose.
0:07:31 - A small crowd on the beach.
0:07:34 - Dead whale carcass.
0:07:40 - Shot of Paul Linnman and George Thornton talking. Camera is behind them, whale in the background.
0:07:43 - Men with shovels.
0:08:01 - Boy stands holding his nose.
0:08:04 - Close up shot of boxes of explosives. Followed by shot of men walking with blasting machine.
0:08:14 - Paul Linnman interviews George Thornton. Followed by shot of sea birds flying over waves, camera pans to whale.
0:08:37 - Distant shot of whale carcass on beach. Whale explodes. Audio of crowd reactions while chunks of whale fall.
0:09:03 - Shot of vehicles, car with crushed roof covered in broken glass.
0:09:19 - Bulldozer pushes remains of whale.
0:09:35 - Report from Paul Linnman.
0:09:54 - Reaction interviews cut with scenes of whale explosion.

KATU (Television station : Portland, Or.)

Oral history interview with Cecil L. Edwards [Video 01]

Video 1. This oral history interview with Cecil L. Edwards was conducted by Alfred Jones on behalf of the Marion County Historical Society in Salem, Oregon. The interview was held at Edwards' home in Salem on February 20, 1995. In this interview, Edwards discusses his family background, his early life and education in Salem, and his service in the National Guard. He also talks about his early involvement with the Oregon Legislature as a secretary, including an anecdote on the fire that destroyed the Capitol building in 1935. Edwards then discusses his activities after becoming chief clerk of the House of Representatives in 1963, and then secretary of the Senate in 1965. He also talks about some of the governors that he served under, as well as Abigail Scott Duniway and woman suffrage. He discusses landmark legislation, including the Bottle Bill; the state archives; and his interest in Arabian horses.

Edwards, Cecil L.

Tsuboi Family Home Movie - "Annie & Robbie's Ballet"

Tsuboi family home movie, featuring footage of the Tsuboi family, Multnomah Falls and the Columbia River Gorge. Footage is in black-and-white.
00:00 - Family scenes, mainly of three young children. One of the children, a little girl, practices her new walking skills.
04:34 - Multnomah Falls and the Columbia River Gorge.
05:09 - Hwy. 26 and quick shots of Mount Hood in the snow
05:31 - A woman playfully gives a big smile at the camera

Tsuboi family

Tsuboi Family Home Movie - [no description]

Tsuboi family home movie, featuring footage of the Tsuboi family. This is followed by 3 newsreels produced by Movie Newsreels, Inc. Footage is in black-and-white and has sound. Copyright status of accompanying music on this film is undetermined.
00:00 - Family scenes, with accompanying music.
The following newsreel footage is not included in the online access file due to possible outside copyright holders:
01:26 - Screen test of Bonnie Nolan, produced by Movie Newsreels, Inc. Several shots of Bonnie Nolan on a beach in a swimsuit.
04:15 - Newsreel titled "Diving Champ in Action", produced by Movie Newsreels, Inc. Footage of Asian American diver Sammy Lee as he trains for the 1948 Olympics.
06:46 - Newsreel titled "Flashes from the 'Ice-Capades,'" produced by Movie Newsreels, Inc. Footage of ice skaters performing with the Ice-Capades.

Tsuboi family

Tsuboi Family Home Movie - "Japanese Scenes 1931"

Tsuboi family home movie, featuring footage of a 1931 trip to Japan. Footage is in black-and-white. Much of the footage is blurry. The following footage is in focus:
03:41 - Japanese schoolchildren perform at an outdoor school event
04:20 - Scenes of an aerial tram traveling up a steep mountain
06:41 - Busy street scenes and shots of a city in Japan
07:41 - Man playing golf
08:55 - Japanese family (several blurry shots)
10:55 - Scenes from a ship in rough water
12:37 - Japanese family (several blurry shots)

Tsuboi family

Tsuboi Family Home Movie - "1931 Los Angeles"

Tsuboi family home movie, featuring a family trip to Los Angeles and Yosemite National Park in 1931. Footage is in black-and-white.
00:00 - Scenes of the Tsuboi family visiting the Mount Wilson Observatory in Los Angeles. There is snow on Mount Wilson.
01:28 - Scenes of Los Angeles, including a visit to Japanese Miniature Village
01:59 - Scenes of the Tsuboi family visiting a zoo and the Los Angeles Ostrich Farm.
02:59 - Members of the Tsuboi family pose on a rooftop overlooking Los Angeles City Hall. 04:08 - Scenes of the Tsuboi family in Los Angeles. Includes footage of family visiting a film studio, possibly Charlie Chaplin's movie studio. Brief shot of studio's cement slab featuring Chaplin's signature with the date, January 21, 1918.
07:36 - The Tsuboi family visits the Coliseum stadium in Los Angeles
08:08 - More Los Angeles scenes, including a visit to an orchard in a Ford automobile, the family laughing on a rooftop, and an ice hockey game
09:33 - Visit to Yosemite National Park
12:37 - Scenes from California visit

Tsuboi family

Oral history interview with Dorothy J. and Hurtis M. Hadley, Sr. [Video Recording]

Session 1. This oral history interview with Dorothy J. Hadley and Hurtis M. Hadley, Sr., was conducted by Sarah Harris via Zoom videoconferencing software on November 19, 2021. The interview was conducted as part of Harris' graduate thesis project at Portland State University, in collaboration with the Hadleys, the Oregon Historical Society, and the Milwaukie Museum. A transcript of the interview is available.

In this interview, the Hadleys discuss how they first met. Hurtis M. Hadley, Sr., talks about his career and training as a bakery manager, and shares his experience of being denied a promotion because he is Black. The Hadleys talk about purchasing the Milwaukie Pastry Kitchen in 1977, about operating the business, and about their reasons for closing in 1985. They talk about raising a family while running the bakery, including the work their children did in the bakery, and about going on vacations. Dorothy J. Hadley discusses their children's education and their experience with being bused to a school in Northeast Portland, and talks about encountering racial discrimination in the school system. The Hadleys talk about the bakery's customers. Dorothy J. Hadley discusses her recent work creating and decorating mock cakes out of towels for weddings and baby showers. She also discusses their cookbook, "Stories to Laugh About"; and the origins of her nickname, Honi. The Hadleys talk about their favorite desserts sold in the bakery, and they close the interview by discussing their efforts to have the site of the bakery marked with a historical plaque.

Hadley, Hurtis Mixon, Sr., 1942-

Drugs: Killers or Dillers?

This short film by Tim Smith and Matt Groening parodies anti-drug films (also known as "scare films") from the 1950s and 1960s. Voice-over narration describes the ill effects drugs have on individuals, and society. Cast includes Matt Groening (in ferns).

Credits: A film by Tim Smith and Matt Groening; Written by Matt Groening and Jim Angell; Photography by Tim Smith; Narrated by James K. Angell III; Directed and Edited by Tim Smith and Matt Groening; Starring Duncan Smith, Jeff Rankin, James K. Angell III, Ron Schwabe, Larry Shlim; Matt Groening, Scott Snedecor, Becky Fields, Jack Alhadeff, Tom Raimondi, Martha Butterfield, Olga Ridgeway, Molly Bunting, Tracy Smith, Julia Jacky, Julie New, and Chester the rat. Special thanks to David Englehart, Jeff Rankin, Sally Snedecor, and the King Film Lab. A Teens for Decency Presentation.

Smith, Tim (Timothy John), 1955-

This is Portland

A musical score plays as a dancing couple, Don and Edwina, showcase several of Portland's landmarks and places of interest. Locations include the Vista Street Bridge, Jackson Tower, Washington Park, the Rose Garden (The International Rose Test Garden), the Oregon zoo train, The facades of the Orpheum and Paramount theaters are visible in the footage.

Credits: Directed by Tim Smith; Starring Elinor Markgaf and Duncan Smith. Special thanks to Dick Althoff and Dave Judd.

Conservation and digital capture made possible by a grant from Al Larvick Conservation Fund, in partnership with Pro 8mm.

Smith, Tim (Timothy John), 1955-

Out of Work; Portland High Life

Segment 1: "Out of Work," Part 1, "To Have and Have Not." First in a series that explores joblessness and homelessness in Portland. Most interviews on location. Segment 2: "Portland High Life." Guest and call-in show "about the world of entertainment in the Portland area." Produced in the studios of Portland Cable Access, 5345 SE Foster Road, Portland, OR 97206.

Segment 1 credits: Written, directed, produced and hosted by Frank Fayssoux; Executive Producer Cathy Adams; Associate Producer Ken Darby; Camera, Ken Darby; Additional Camera Work, John Seigendall and Peter Lesueur; Character Generator, Roy "Dusty" Nicholas; Edited by Frank Fayssoux with assistance from PCA staff. Equipment and Support, TVAP, Liz Lynch; Coordinator, PCA and Liberty Cable. Cast: Frank Fayssoux; Blackie, Hobo Tramp; John Stone, Oregon Employment Division; John Lee, Baloney Joe's; Teresa Brothers, Pacific Northwest Bell; Sr. Marjorie Ille, Rich Hotel Manager; Charles Hamilton, Rich Hotel Resident; Michael Stoops, Burnside Community Council; Cathy Adams, Burnside Bridge; Marvin Welt, Youth Job Developer, City of Portland.

Segment 2 credits: Host, Steve Brown; Guests, Sue Preece and James Brown, Jr.; Producer, Steve Brown; Director, Stan Hintz; Technical Director, John Hills; Floor Director, Frank Fayssoux; Video, Ken Darby; Audio, Ron Cummings; Camera Operators, Cecilia Goodnight and Dan Sackett; Lights and Set, Dan Sackett, John Hills and Ron Cummings; Electronic Graphics, Steve Ward. Music by Don Latarski.

The Video Access Project (Public Access Television Program)

Glory Seekers and The Rats

Hour long program of Portland Music Television (PMTV). Interviews with musicians and footage from live performances. Identified bands include: Wild Dogs, The Glory Seekers, The Usual Suspects, Ed and the Boats, The Rats (musicians include Fred and Toody Cole of Dead Moon).

Credits: Performances by, Wild Dogs, The Glory Seekers, The Usual Suspects, Ed and the Boats, The Rats; Produced and Directed by Frank Fayssoux; Technical Director, Stan Hintz; Cameras, Tony Cassera, John Hills, Ray Walson; Floor Director, Frank Mahoney; Lights and Sets, everybody; Audio, John Gamon; Video, Dan Sackett; Electronic Graphics, Scott "Torch" Thompson.

The Video Access Project (Public Access Television Program)

Problems of the Handicapped

First three minutes: Performance by musical group Special K in progress. Segment 1: "Attitudes towards the Handicapped," hosted by PSU instructor Doris Workman, who taught the course "Barriers: Communicating with the Disabled," with three guests Dave Parker, Penny Marquat, and Scott Lay, each of whom have a physical disability. The segment is a candid conversation about stereotypes and attitudes that society has about people who are disabled. Segment 2: (0:45:05) Musical group Ela, in-studio at Portland Cable Access studios at 5345 SE Foster Rd, originally taped 1983. with Alan J Nohlgren (saxophone, flute, piccolo), William Thomas (trap drums), Janice Scroggins (piano), Brian Davis (congas, percussion), Scott Wardinsky (congas), Nick Gefroh (timbales), Lester McFarland (bass). Rough-cut to credits, some of which are obscured by overlayed text. Final 1.5 minutes is a satirical promo for TVAP about television addiction.

Segment 1 credits: Producer, John Hills; Director, K. Major-McDowale; Floor Director, Les Miller; Technical Director, Dave Michaud; Camera Operators, Rebecca Singer and John Seigendall; Audio, Ken Darby and Bob Flug; Video, Steve Ward; Electronic Graphics, Catherine Ann Adams. Moderator, Doris Workman; Guests, Dave Parker, Penny Marquat, Scott Lay.

Segment 2 credits: Victor Hortaleza (could not see credited role); Lighting, Ellen Hansen and Tony Cassera; Set Design, TVAP crew; Electronic Graphics, Linda Hawkins; Patchwork, Grant Remington. Funding provided in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

The Video Access Project (Public Access Television Program)

Cable Legislation Discussion

The Latest on Federal Cable Legislation with Connie Brand. Discussion between Dave Maier, attorney representing Portland Cable Access; Bob Flug, former director of TVAP, then board member of TVAP and Portland Cable Access; and hosted by Connie Brand, board member of TVAP. Topic is the H.R.4103, the Cable Franchise Policy and Communications Act of 1984, and specifically how some of the provisions within the bill might impact funding for public access channels under the Rogers Cable franchise in Portland. (0:22:06) Main segment is followed by a TVAP promotional video with clips from different TVAP programs and an original song by Portland band The Dots. Ends with a short announcement for an apprentice and training opportunity.

Segment 1 credits: Host, Connie Brand; Guests, Bob Flug and Dave Maier; Producer, Connie Brand; Director, Ellen Hansen; Switcher, Terry Soliz; Technical Director, Dave Michaud; Floor Director, Linda Lewis; Audio, Melody Fahey; Video, Ellery Nelson; Cameras, Kristy Major-McDowall, Ray Larson; Lighting and Set Design, Bubbles O'Toole, Virginia Bruce; C.G., Stan Hintz.

The Video Access Project (Public Access Television Program)

Aguila

Segment 1: "Aguila," a Spanish-language program hosted by Roberto Ruiz. Guest Manuel Gonzalez, a producer of Spanish-language public access programs in Fresno, California, discusses cable access programming as educational tool. (0:20:35) Musical performance intermission, (0:25:12) followed by interview with Raymundo Marin discussing the Starlight Parade. (0:36:54) Interstitial Buttons and Bows. Segment 2: (0:39:08) In-studio performance by musical group, Ela.

Segment 1 credits: Host, Roberto Ruiz; Guests, Raymundo Marin and Manuel Gonzalez; Director, Manuel Gonzalez; Technical Director, Stan Hintz; Floor Director, Ed Ash; Cameras, Margaret Clark and Maria Alanis; Audio, Jim Apalado; Video, Ron Cummings and Liz Lynch; Character Generator, Carolyn Brucel.

Segment 2 credits: Ela group members: Alan J. Nohlgren, saxophone, flute and piccolo; William Thomas, trap drums; Janice Scroggins, piano; Brian Davis, congas, percussion; Scott Wardinsky, congas; Nick Gefron, timbales; Lester McFarland, bass; Thara Memory, guest artist. Studio Crew: Produced by Linda Lewis and Ellen Hansen; Director, Ellen Hansen; Technical Director, Linda Lewis; Floor Director, Stan Hintz; Audio, Peter Lesueur and Ed Spencer; Video Carolyn Bruce; Camera Operators, Diana Wyatt, Dan Halvorson and Victor Hortaleza; Lighting, Ellen Hansen and Tony Cassera; Set Design, TVAP crew; Electronic Graphics, Linda Hawkins; Patchwork, Grant Rimington.

The Video Access Project (Public Access Television Program)

Cold That Kills; Ahora Mismo - Cinco De Mayo '86

Segment 1: "Cold that Kills," (title drawn from segment title card), hosted by James Wygant. Guests include Frank Heyl, a survival instructor/consultant, and Keith West, a mountain climber, who discuss survival skills during extreme weather conditions and when mountain climbing. Segment 2: (0:31:25) Episode of the series "Ahora Mismo" hosted by Roberto Ruiz. Introduction is in both Spanish and English, with the rest of the episode in English. Topic is the 1986 Cinco de Mayo festival in Portland that took place May 2,3, and 4. Guests Mike Lynch and Patty Laumand, members of the Portland Guadalajara Sister City Association, discuss the festival and other related events. Segment includes footage taken during festival. Music by Pa'Lante, Ritmo Tropical, Poly Chavez, Sus Coronados. Directed and edited by Theresa Soliz.

Segment 1 credits: Host, James Wygant; Guests, Frank Heyl and Keith West; Producer, Liz Lynch; Director, Ray Larson; Technical Director, Stan Hintz; Cameras, Terry Soliz, Barbara Affleck and Scott Thompson; Audio/Video, John Hills; Lights and Set, James Wygant; Electronic Titles, Liz Lynch.

Segment 2 credits: Host, Roberto Ruiz; Guests, Mike Lynch and Patty Laumand; Producer, Roberto Ruiz; Director/Editor, Theresa Soliz; Switcher, Dave Michaud; Audio, Stan Hintz; VTR Operator, John Hills; First Assistants, Joselito Romero and Peter Piazza; Cameras, Ray Larson, Scott Thompson, Theresa Soliz; Floor Director, Mitch Burgess; Electronic Graphics, Theresa Soliz; Studio Lights and Set, Maria Alanis and Theresa Soliz. Music by Pa'Lante, Ritmo Tropicale, Poly Chavez, and Sus Coronados.

The Video Access Project (Public Access Television Program)

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