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Finding Aids to Official Records of the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Accession 97-061

Smithsonian Press/Smithsonian Productions

Production Records, circa 1989-1996

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Smithsonian Press/Smithsonian Productions
Title: Production Records
Dates: circa 1989-1996
Quantity: 3 cu. ft. (3 record storage boxes)
Collection: Accession 97-061
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

This accession consists records from the office of Lee Woodman, a former Audio-Visual Production Specialist, 1985-1990, and Manager of Multimedia Projects, 1990-1996, for the Office of Telecommunications that, in 1995, was reorganized as Smithsonian Press/Smithsonian Productions. Materials include correspondence and memoranda documenting audio-visual and interactive video productions for Smithsonian exhibitions and the visitor center; scripts; press releases and articles; and budgetary information, proposals, and multimedia contracts.

Descriptive Entry

This accession consists of records created and maintained by Lee Woodman, a former Audio-Visual Production Specialist, 1985-1990, and Manager of Multimedia Projects, 1990-1996, for the Office of Telecommunications that, in 1995, was reorganized as Smithsonian Press/Smithsonian Productions. The records consist of correspondence and memoranda documenting audio-visual and interactive video productions for Smithsonian exhibitions and the visitor center; scripts; press releases and articles; and budgetary information, proposals, and multimedia contracts.

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Subject

Physical Characteristics of Materials in the Collection

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 97-061, Smithsonian Press/Smithsonian Productions, Production Records

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Container List

Box 1

"Information Age" Project

A-OL, 1995

Box 1 of 3

Background Information, 1994-1995

Box 1 of 3

Budget, 1995-1996

Box 1 of 3

Content, 1995

Box 1 of 3

Correspondence, 1994-1996

Box 1 of 3

Design

Box 1 of 3

CD-ROM Project, 1995

Box 1 of 3

Scripts/Essays

Box 1 of 3

Scripts/Overview (2 folders)

Box 1 of 3

Things to Remember

Box 1 of 3

Marketing, 1996

Box 1 of 3

Permissions, 1995-1996

Box 1 of 3

Contracts

Philips Interactive Media of America: Contract, 1993, 1995

Box 1 of 3

Philips Royalties, 1993-1996

Box 1 of 3

Original AIMS Contract, 1991-1992

Box 1 of 3

"The Story of the Blues:" Contract, 1991

Box 1 of 3

Collectibles Contract, 1992

Box 1 of 3

Correspondence, ca. 1991-1996

Box 1 of 3

"The Story of the Blues" Project

Promotion, 1991-1994

Box 1 of 3

In-House Screening, 1993

Box 1 of 3

Cover, 1993-1996

Box 1 of 3

Awards, 1994

Box 1 of 3

Articles, 1994

Box 1 of 3

"The Riches of Coins" Project

Correspondence, 1992-1994

Box 1 of 3

Multimedia Contracts

CD-i, General

Box 1 of 3

Correspondence: Digi-Rom, 1995-1996 (2 folders)

Box 1 of 3

1st Ladies - MacMillan

Box 1 of 3

MacMillan Publishing USA (3 folders)

Box 1 of 3

"Smithsonian's America" (Steve Lubar)

Box 1 of 3

SI Press Jazz Proposal

Box 1 of 3

Times-Warner, 1994-1995

Box 1 of 3

The Voyager Company: Marketing

Research

Box 1 of 3

Correspondence, 1995

Box 1 of 3

Budget

Box 1 of 3

Contract, 1995-1996

Box 1 of 3

Box 2

National Museum of the American Indian, 1995

Box 2 of 3

Background Materials

Box 2 of 3

Design, 1994-1995

Box 2 of 3

Insects Script, 1993

Box 2 of 3

Dynamedia (Judy Manning)

Box 2 of 3

Outside Companies

ABC, Inc., 1995

Box 2 of 3

Advanced Laser Graphics, 1993

Box 2 of 3

AIMS Media, 1994

Box 2 of 3

Broadband, 1995-1996

Box 2 of 3

CBS

Box 2 of 3

Computer Curriculum Corporation, 1994

Box 2 of 3

Davinci Times & Space

Box 2 of 3

Digital Alchemy, Inc., 1994 (2 folders)

Box 2 of 3

Digix, 1993-1994

Box 2 of 3

Discovery Channel Multimedia, 1994-1996

Box 2 of 3

Dorling Kindersley

Box 2 of 3

The Getty Art History Information Program, 1994

Box 2 of 3

Geosphere, 1993

Box 2 of 3

R. Greenberg & Associates

Box 2 of 3

Sam Gibbon, 1994

Box 2 of 3

Kent Publishing Services, Inc., (Tom Hatch)

Box 2 of 3

Holocaust Memorial Museum

Box 2 of 3

High Techsplanations, Inc., 1993

Box 2 of 3

Hyperbole Studios

Box 2 of 3

Image Television Company, 1996

Box 2 of 3

Interactive Multimedia Association, 1995

Box 2 of 3

Integrated Communications & Entertainment, Inc.,

Box 2 of 3

Jones Digital Century, 1996

Box 2 of 3

Laser Learning Technology

Box 2 of 3

Ligature, Inc.,

Box 2 of 3

Luna Imaging, 1995

Box 2 of 3

Metatec Corporation, 1995

Box 2 of 3

Mindscape

Box 2 of 3

MIT Media Lab

Box 2 of 3

National Demonstration Laboratory

Box 2 of 3

New England Technology Group

Box 2 of 3

New York Times Information Services

Box 2 of 3

Opcode Interactive, 1994

Box 2 of 3

Offramp Productions

Box 2 of 3

Michael Owen

Box 2 of 3

Saban

Box 2 of 3

Simon and Schuster Interactive, 1994

Box 2 of 3

Tekna Interactive, 1996

Box 2 of 3

Tom Snyder Productions

Box 2 of 3

Sony Classical

Box 2 of 3

Thunderwave, 1995

Box 2 of 3

Times Mirror Multimedia

Box 2 of 3

3-M

Box 2 of 3

Two-Can Publishing

Box 2 of 3

Unapix Consumer Products, 1996

Box 2 of 3

Visible Interactive

Box 2 of 3

WNET, 1994

Box 2 of 3

Worldlink, 1992-1993

Box 2 of 3

Visitor Information and Associates' Reception Center (VIARC) Interactive Orientation Videodisc Program

Tape Library/Henninger

Box 2 of 3

Request for Footage, 1994-1995

Box 2 of 3

I. Michael Heyman: Introduction to the VIARC Orientation Program

Box 2 of 3

VIARC Script

Box 2 of 3

Budget Projections, 1994

Box 2 of 3

Shooting Logs

Box 2 of 3

VIARC Funders

Box 2 of 3

1993 Updates

Box 2 of 3

VIARC Interactive Fixes

Box 2 of 3

IVD Development

Box 2 of 3

VIARC Footage

Box 2 of 3

Scripts

Box 2 of 3

Visitor Tests

Box 2 of 3

Design

Box 2 of 3

Release Forms

Box 2 of 3

Projected Budget (2 folders)

Box 2 of 3

Slides (2 folders)

Box 2 of 3

Script Changes

Box 2 of 3

Smithsonian/Lancit Media Productions, Ltd., Children's Television Series

Lancit Project Team: Minutes of Meetings, March - April 1996 (2 folders)

Box 2 of 3

Box 3

Lancit Project Team: Minutes of Meetings, May 1995 thru February 1996 (5 folders)

Box 3 of 3

News Release, 1995

Box 3 of 3

Seekers

Box 3 of 3

Business Plan

Box 3 of 3

Contracts, 1994-1996

Box 3 of 3

Fundraising

Box 3 of 3

Correspondence, 1995

Box 3 of 3

Articles

Box 3 of 3

Related Projects, 1994-1995

Box 3 of 3

Lancit Press

Box 3 of 3

Press Releases, 1995-1996

Box 3 of 3

Folktales

Box 3 of 3

Sonic Images, 1993

Box 3 of 3

Kidsnet

Box 3 of 3

Learning Smith

Box 3 of 3

NECET, 1995

Box 3 of 3

Lights! Camera! Arthur!

Box 3 of 3

Doodles

Box 3 of 3

Ollie Awards

Box 3 of 3

Prix Jeunesse, 1992

Box 3 of 3

Taboo Project, 1990

Box 3 of 3