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# Title Date(s) Contributor(s) Description Description Description Collection ID Hagley ID Collection
1 NADA President Ron B. Tonkin "Year End Report" 1988 Final report from NADA President Ron B. Tonkin.
National Automobile Dealers Association audiovisual materials and publications (Accession 2014.274) vid_NADA_B14_ID10 National Automobile Dealers Association
2 NADA 1989 Annual Convention: Creating a Positive Dealership Image Side 02 1989 Mary Kay Zappia from Salem Chrysler Plymouth of Dayton, Ohio resumes her presentation.
National Automobile Dealers Association audiovisual materials and publications (Accession 2014.274) vid_NADA_B14_ID12_02 National Automobile Dealers Association
3 Energy Shortage Seminar, 1973 October 23. Part 1. 1973-10-23 National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) (originator) National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) AUD_1973418_B39_ID01_part1 National Association of Manufacturers
4 NADA President Ron B. Tonkin "The First Six Months" 1988 Report from NADA President Ron B. Tonkin on the first six months of his tenure.
National Automobile Dealers Association audiovisual materials and publications (Accession 2014.274) vid_NADA_B14_ID11 National Automobile Dealers Association
5 NADA 1989 Annual Convention: Creating a Positive Dealership Image Side 01 1989 Workshop from 1989 annual convention on how to create an ad/public relations campaign for dealerships. Opened by Alan Wilbur, Public Relations from NADA. Also presenting is Mary Kay Zappia from Salem Chrysler Plymouth of Dayton, Ohio.
National Automobile Dealers Association audiovisual materials and publications (Accession 2014.274) vid_NADA_B14_ID12_01 National Automobile Dealers Association
6 NADA President Ron B. Tonkin "The First 25 Days" 1988 Message from new NADA President Ron B. Tonkin.
National Automobile Dealers Association audiovisual materials and publications (Accession 2014.274) vid_NADA_B14_ID09 National Automobile Dealers Association
7 Interview with Robert Murray, 2016 March 9 2016-03-09 Murray, Robert (interviewee), Hargreaves, Gregory (interviewer) This interview took place surrounded by cases of beer stacked to the ceiling in a storage room at State Line Liquors in Elkton, Maryland. Murray offers perspective on the craft brewing industry from the point of view of the alcohol retailer, detailing the evolution of the beer retail space over several decades. The environment yeilded excellent recording conditions, with the exception of music and occasional announcements coming over the public address system.
Beer and craft brewing oral history interviews (Accession 2016.287) Robert_Murray_3_9_16 Beer and craft brewing oral history interviews
8 Interview with Lauren Bigelow, 2016 January 6 2016-01-06 Bigelow, Lauren (interviewee), Hargreaves, Gregory (interviewer) This interview took place in the administrative office of Mispillion River Brewing Company in Milford, Delaware. Bigelow discusses her background and early career and contrasts it with her experience working in the craft brewing industry. Bigelow offers perspective on breweries as workplaces, the process of selling beer, and the challenges of communicating a brewery's message in a crowded market.
Beer and craft brewing oral history interviews (Accession 2016.287) Lauren_Bigelow_1_6_16 Beer and craft brewing oral history interviews
9 Interview with Joseph and Mary Todd Kauss, 1981 February 17 [audio](part 2) 1981-02-17 Kauss, Mary Todd (interviewee), Kauss, Joseph B. (interviewee), Tremaine, Dorothy (interviewer) The Kausses discuss general daily life growing up along the Brandywine, including schooling, childhood pastimes, transportation, daily chores, vacationing in Atlantic City, holiday and wedding traditions, typical food and dress, and various possessions in the homes. Mr. Kauss also discusses his working career for DuPont.
Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation interviews on the history of the DuPont Company Powder Yard (Accession 1970.370) 1970370_103013_kauss_part2 Oral histories on work and daily life in the Brandywine Valley
10 Interview with Edward Devenney, 1984 March 27 [audio] 1984-03-27 Devenney, Edward (interviewee), Bond, James (interviewer) Devenney recounts various explosions, daily life in the community, games the children would play, social activities, and courting practices among the youth.
Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation interviews on the history of the DuPont Company Powder Yard (Accession 1970.370) 1970370_10213_devenney_e Oral histories on work and daily life in the Brandywine Valley
11 Interview with Joseph and Mary Todd Kauss, 1981 February 17 [audio](part 1) 1981-02-17 Kauss, Mary Todd (interviewee), Kauss, Joseph B. (interviewee), Tremaine, Dorothy (interviewer) The Kausses discuss general daily life growing up along the Brandywine, including schooling, childhood pastimes, transportation, daily chores, vacationing in Atlantic City, holiday and wedding traditions, typical food and dress, and various possessions in the homes. Mr. Kauss also discusses his working career for DuPont.
Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation interviews on the history of the DuPont Company Powder Yard (Accession 1970.370) 1970370_103013_kauss_part1 Oral histories on work and daily life in the Brandywine Valley
12 Interview with J. Edgar Rhoads, 1969 January 31 [audio](part 1) 1969-01-31 Rhoads, J. Edgar (interviewee), Wilkinson, Norman B. (interviewer), Pizor, Faith (interviewer) Rhoads describes the emigration of his family from England to America to begin a tannery in 1702. He describes his family's business, including the movement from tanning to leather, as well as other ventures, and the expansion of the business to include other family members. He details the process of making leather and the relationship of the company with other area companies, including DuPont. He also describes his childhood in Wilmington and other towns where his family moved, his Quaker...
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Rhoads describes the emigration of his family from England to America to begin a tannery in 1702. He describes his family's business, including the movement from tanning to leather, as well as other ventures, and the expansion of the business to include other family members. He details the process of making leather and the relationship of the company with other area companies, including DuPont. He also describes his childhood in Wilmington and other towns where his family moved, his Quaker faith and missionary work, and family affairs. Rhoads also discusses his education and his entrance into the family business, as well as the state of the company during World War I.
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Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation interviews on the history of the DuPont Company Powder Yard (Accession 1970.370) 1970370_8913_Rhoads_part1 Oral histories on work and daily life in the Brandywine Valley
13 Interview with James Cammock, Herb Devenney, Edward Devenney, and Jim Kindbeiter, 1984 May 9 [audio](part 1) 1984-05-09 Cammock, James (interviewee), Devenney, Edward (interviewee), Devenney, Herbert (interviewee), Kindbeiter, James (interviewee), Perkins, Karen (interviewer) Herb Devenney, Ed Devenney, James Cammock, and James Kindbeiter, sons of powder mill workers, reminisce about growing up at Hagley in this group interview and tour of the museum grounds. Some topics of discussion include daily life of the workers and their families, identification of various families and their living spaces, schedules and duties of the powder mill workers, and various changes that had occurred in the last century.
Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation interviews on the history of the DuPont Company Powder Yard (Accession 1970.370) 1970370_10313_dev_cam_kind_part1 Oral histories on work and daily life in the Brandywine Valley
14 Interview with James Cammock, Herb Devenney, Edward Devenney, and Jim Kindbeiter, 1984 May 9 [audio](part 2) 1984-05-09 Cammock, James (interviewee), Devenney, Edward (interviewee), Devenney, Herbert (interviewee), Kindbeiter, James (interviewee), Perkins, Karen (interviewer) Herb Devenney, Ed Devenney, James Cammock, and James Kindbeiter, sons of powder mill workers, reminisce about growing up at Hagley in this group interview and tour of the museum grounds. Some topics of discussion include daily life of the workers and their families, identification of various families and their living spaces, schedules and duties of the powder mill workers, and various changes that had occurred in the last century.
Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation interviews on the history of the DuPont Company Powder Yard (Accession 1970.370) 1970370_10313_dev_cam_kind_part2 Oral histories on work and daily life in the Brandywine Valley