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# Title Date(s) Creator Contributor(s) Description Collection ID Hagley ID Collection
1 It's Your Business: Immigration Enforcement: Whose Job? 1984-06-12 U.S. Chamber of Commerce (Sponsor), Comer, Meryl (Host), BizNet (Production company) Episode #250. Meryl Comer moderate a debate concerning the Immigration Reform and Control Act (also know as the Simpson-Mazzoli bill) and business community's roll in curbing illegal immigration. Guests are Senator Alan Simpson (Republican - WY), Congressman Tom Kindness (Republican - OH), Roger Conner (Executive Director - Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)), and Dr. Richard Lesher (President - U.S. Chamber of Commerce). Includes advertisements for Anheuser-Busch, Amway ...
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Episode #250. Meryl Comer moderate a debate concerning the Immigration Reform and Control Act (also know as the Simpson-Mazzoli bill) and business community's roll in curbing illegal immigration. Guests are Senator Alan Simpson (Republican - WY), Congressman Tom Kindness (Republican - OH), Roger Conner (Executive Director - Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)), and Dr. Richard Lesher (President - U.S. Chamber of Commerce). Includes advertisements for Anheuser-Busch, Amway (featuring comedian Bob Hope), the U.S. Committee for Energy Awareness, and The Wall Street Journal.
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Chamber of Commerce of the United States photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1993.230) VID_1993230_ep250 Chamber of Commerce of the United States photographs, videos, and publications
2 Colloquium: Persian Gulf, A Reservist's Viewpoint 1991-07-09 Radio Corporation of America. David Sarnoff Research Center, Princeton, N.J. (sponsor) Thomas A. Marett, Jr., Patrick J. Murphy, David Sarnoff Research Center.
David Sarnoff Research Center records (Accession 2464.09) VID_246409_BAVD48_ID11 David Sarnoff Library
3 It's Your Business: Domestic Spending: Room to Cut? 1984-06-01 U.S. Chamber of Commerce (Sponsor), Comer, Meryl (Host), BizNet (Production company) Episode #249. Meryl Comer moderates a debate on the fiscal deficit and spending cuts to entitlement programs. Guests are Congressman Brian Donnelly (Democrat - MA), J.P. Bolduc (Director - Grace Commission), Stuart Eizenstat (Domestic Advisor to President Carter), and Dr. Richard Lesher (President - U.S. Chamber of Commerce). Includes advertisements for Amway (featuring comedian Bob Hope), U.S. Committee for Energy Awareness, The Wall Street Journal, and Nation's Business.
Chamber of Commerce of the United States photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1993.230) VID_1993230_ep249 Chamber of Commerce of the United States photographs, videos, and publications
4 It's Your Business: Social Security: What Future? 1981-03-31 U.S. Chamber of Commerce (Sponsor), Comer, Meryl (Host) Episode #84. Meryl Comer leads a discussion on the future of the Social Security program in the United States. Guests are Senator Bill Armstrong (Republican - CO), Congresswoman Mary Rose Oaker (Democrat - OH), Robert Ball (Social Security Administration), and Dr. Richard Lesher (President - U.S. Chamber of Commerce). Includes advertisements for Anheuser-Busch, Amway, Washington Report, and Nation's Business.
Chamber of Commerce of the United States photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1993.230) VID_1993230_ep84 Chamber of Commerce of the United States photographs, videos, and publications
5 Colloquium: The Use of Video Processing in Engineering Design 1989-05-15 Radio Corporation of America. David Sarnoff Research Center, Princeton, N.J. (sponsor) R. Stults, SSL.
David Sarnoff Research Center records (Accession 2464.09) VID_246409_BAVD50_ID03 David Sarnoff Library
6 Origin of the Name 'Brandywine' 1987-08-17 Hinsley, Jacqueline A. (author), (author) Hagley reference file (Accession 2016.201) 20090507_02 Hagley reference file
7 "Be Heard," Global climate information project 1997-11-17 National Automobile Dealers Association (originator) Political advertisement by global climate information project against United States adoption of global climate treaty, Kyoto Protocol.
National Automobile Dealers Association audiovisual materials and publications (Accession 2014.274) vid_NADA_B13_ID15 National Automobile Dealers Association
8 It's Your Business: Clean Air 1997-07-29 Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America (sponsor), Comer, Meryl (host), Adams, Robert L. (executive producer), BizNet (production company), Crawford, Olita (producer), Pusey, Robert (director) Episode Number 935. Moderator Meryl Comer interviews experts on air pollution and new EPA regulations. Guests include Dr. Richard Lesher (U.S. Chamber of Commerce), Representative Ron Klink (Democrat, Pennsylvania), Representative Dennis Kucinich (Democrat, Ohio), Paul Billings (American Lung Association).
Chamber of Commerce of the United States photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1993.230) VID_1993230_B182_ep935 Chamber of Commerce of the United States photographs, videos, and publications, Film and Video
9 Unintended Consequences 2009 Hagley Museum and Library Conference sponsored by the Hagley Fellows of the University of Delaware
Hagley Publications Archive 2009hagleyfellows Hagley Museum and Library publications archive
10 Regulatory Briefing on Toxic Substances, NAM/MTG (January 1980) 1980-01-29 National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) (originator) National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) 1973418_023_58_001 National Association of Manufacturers
11 Interview with Ken White, part 2, 2019 June 27 2019-06-27 White, Ken, 1923-2020 (interviewee), Spohn, Benjamin (interviewer), Strunk, Nicole (interviewer), Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation (originator) Part 2 of 2. In this interview, Ken White continues to describe his career as an industrial designer on a project by project basis. Most of the projects he describes are bookstores on university campuses and military bases. He provides an in-depth analysis of the Boston university bookstore project. He also talks about his work designing Duke University's Gothic Bookstore.
Oral history interview with Ken White (Accession 2023.203) 2023203_20190627_White_interview Oral History
12 Interview with Marshall Johnson, part 2, 2018 October 24 2018-10-24 Johnson, Marshall B., 1938- (interviewee), Spohn, Benjamin (interviewer), Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation (originator) In this interview, Marshall Johnson tells the story of how he became an industrial designer after he read about it on a pamphlet at school; the various companies he's worked fo over the years; some of his favorite projects inlcuding a research ship and a cookie gun; he describes how he used his skills to aid charitable causes. He explains the ways in which industrial design is different from engineering; he says designers envision how a customer might expect to use a product rather than...
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In this interview, Marshall Johnson tells the story of how he became an industrial designer after he read about it on a pamphlet at school; the various companies he's worked fo over the years; some of his favorite projects inlcuding a research ship and a cookie gun; he describes how he used his skills to aid charitable causes. He explains the ways in which industrial design is different from engineering; he says designers envision how a customer might expect to use a product rather than building the product from scratch.
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Oral history interview with Marshall Johnson (Accession 2023.204) 2023204_20181024_Johnson_interview_002 Oral History
13 Interview with Ken White, part 1, 2019 June 26 2019-06-26 White, Ken, 1923-2020 (interviewee), Spohn, Benjamin (interviewer), Strunk, Nicole (interviewer), Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation (originator) Part 1 of 2. In this interview Ken White discusses the early parts of his life and career as an industrial designer. White talks about his military service, his interest in design and how he learned his trade. He also talks about his early career contacts with Raymond Loewy. White goes on to describe his creative process and approach to design. He does this by describing several different projects in detail.
Oral history interview with Ken White (Accession 2023.203) 2023203_20190626_White_interview Oral History
14 Interview with Marshall Johnson, part 1, 2018 October 24 2018-10-24 Johnson, Marshall B., 1938- (interviewee), Spohn, Benjamin (interviewer), Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation (originator) In this interview, Marshall Johnson tells the story of how he became an industrial designer after he read about it on a pamphlet at school; the various companies he's worked fo over the years; some of his favorite projects inlcuding a research ship and a cookie gun; he describes how he used his skills to aid charitable causes. He explains the ways in which industrial design is different from engineering; he says designers envision how a customer might expect to use a product rather than...
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In this interview, Marshall Johnson tells the story of how he became an industrial designer after he read about it on a pamphlet at school; the various companies he's worked fo over the years; some of his favorite projects inlcuding a research ship and a cookie gun; he describes how he used his skills to aid charitable causes. He explains the ways in which industrial design is different from engineering; he says designers envision how a customer might expect to use a product rather than building the product from scratch.
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Oral history interview with Marshall Johnson (Accession 2023.204) 2023204_20181024_Johnson_interview_001 Oral History
15 Interview with James Cortada, 2018 June 7 2018-06-07 Cortada, James W., Dr. (interviewee), Williams, Amrys O. (interviewer), Spohn, Benjamin (interviewer), Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation (originator) In this interview, James Cortada discusses the collection of computing history books that he donated to Hagley. He describes how he acquired the collection, his philsophy on collecting, and some of what he feels are the most important titles in the collection.
Oral history interview with James Cortada (Accession 2018.227) 2018227_20180607_Cortada_interview Oral History

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