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Betty L. Siegel. audio visual material, 1981-2012

Identifier: KSU-03-03-017

Content Description, Box 1

Collection of 32 videocassette (VHS) tapes and 1 Sony U-Matic tape that range from 1984 to 2003, however, most are undated. They consist of video recording of various presentations, addresses, and speeches given by Betty Siegel and others at various conferences and events, both on and off KSU campus. Also included are 2 vinyl records, one of Georgian folk music, and one is "Choba B CCCP," or, "Back in the USSR," an album published by Paul McCartney exclusively in the Soviet Union. Both vinyls were published in 1988.

Content Description, Box 2

Collection of 26 VHS tapes and 13 DVDs that contain video recordings of "Meet the President" interviews conducted by Dr. Betty Siegel. The following interviews take place between 1997 and 2006: Akanmu Adebayo, Thomas Aiken, Kathy Alday, Rodney Alsup, David Bennett, Fred Bentley, Lendley Black, Theresa Bryant, Steven Byess, Barbara Calhoun, Steve Chesier, Ruby Crawford, Ruth Crawford, L. Dabundo, Curt Daw, Joan Dominick, Mary Lou Frank, Leigh Funk, Gayle Goewey, Roberta Griffin, B. Hammond, Dick Harp, G. Harrison, Joe Head, Hillary Hight, Earle Holley, Tony Ingle, Nancy King, Simon Kornblit, Henry McGinnis, Joseph Meeks, Thomas C. Meridith, Tim Mescon, Oral Moses, Linda Noble, Julia Perkins, Dr. Peterson, Carol Peiranunnzi, Stephen Portch, Carlotta Roberts, Deborah Roebuck, Ed Rugg, Mike Sanseviro, Joel Siegel, A Smith, Judith Stillion, Matt Towery, Roger Tutterow, Deborah Wallace, Dr. Wan, David Waples, Robin Ware, J. Foster Watkins, Scott Whitlock, Wesley Wicker, Robert Williams, Gary Wilson, P. Witte, E. P. Won, Brian Wooten, and Sylvia Ygoda

Content Description, Box 3

Consists of 37 audio cassettes from 1981 to 2004 that contain recorded presentations and speeches at conferences, programs, annual meetings, and more, given by Betty Siegel mostly at off-campus events around the country as the guest speaker.

Content Description, Box 4

Consists of 14 audio cassettes, all undated, of presentions, speeches, and addresses given by Betty Siegel and others at on and off-campus events, as well as 22 DVDs and 2 CD-ROMs of various campus events from 1999 to 2012: College of the Arts 6th Annual Collage Concert, 2012; Larry Lowenstein honorary alumus, 2004; Year of Honoring Service Presentations, 1999; Intersections, 2003; AASCU MLI Dinner, 2001; SOE Alumni Awards, 2003; Spring Graduation, 2004; Dr. Betty Siegel slide show Affair Gala, 2002; Courtside with Tony Ingle Show, 2004 and 2005; 40th Anniversary, 2003; Opening of School, 2001; Chancellor Reed, 2003; Leitalift Annual Dinner, 2005; Academic Freedom Nazi Culture Ch. 46, 2002; Ann and John Clendenin Building Dedication, 2003; and others, undated.


  • Creation: 1981-2012

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Copyright for Official University records is held by Kennesaw State University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law. Permission to publish, reproduce, publicly display, broadcast, or distribute this material must be secured from the repository and/or copyright holder.


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Physical Access

For preservation reasons, and sometimes lack of necessary equipment, physical access to original audio and visual media in a variety of magnetic and optic formats is restricted. Access to all original media, especially in obsolete formats, will require production of listening or viewing copies. Please contact the Archives in advance to request access.

Maggie Thomas
2019 August 12
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