The M.J. Anderson Museum of Relicks

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The M.J. Anderson Museum of Relicks


  • 1978 (Creation)


videotapes; positive; black-and-white films (visual works); sound; 0:16:54

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"The M.J. Anderson Museum of Relicks [sic]: A Curator's Evaluation of an Interesting Collection" (title drawn from segment title card). Begins with still images of museum, nature, with music overlay. Cuts to discussion between Anderson (credited as Principal) and archaeologist, Brian Gannon, with cuts to still shots of Anderson with Dale Archibald (Curator). Anderson talks about his life and living in the area, his relic museum, and shows Gannon books, artifacts, and naturally-formed rocks, and describes origin of artifacts in the collection. Ends with Anderson and Gannon digging in old stream channel, and uncovering objects similar to those found at the museum. Image of the Oregon Historical Society seal overlaying video.

Credits: Produced by, The Oregon Historical Society; Directed by, Dale Archibald; Production Coordinator, Kristine Chatwood; Audio, Chase Bockman; Camera Operators, Gregory McMickis, Chris Valencia and Patricia Smith; Gaffer, Kristine Chatwood; Editing, Patricia Smith, Chris Valencia; Special Effects, Chris Valencia and Patricia Smith; Graphics, Patricia Smith.

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Copyright for this recording is held by Creative Outlet Portland. In some cases, additional parties may hold copyright to all or portions of the content of individual recordings, and use may also require permissions from these copyright holders. Use is allowed according to the following statement: In Copyright -

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  • eng

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The Video Access Project (Public Access Television Program), MIC8, MI11832

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