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At Home in Utopia Collection, 1920s–2009

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Collection Information

Reference: MS-AHIU.1–10

Dates: 1900s–2009

Extent: 12.5 linear ft. across 10 archival boxes

Finding Aid Information

Creator(s): Steven Payne, Ph.D., Librarian and Archivist

Date created/updated: May 17, 2022

Administrative History

This collection comprises the research collected and material generated during the making of At Home in Utopia (AHIU), a 2008 documentary about the Coops, or United Workers Cooperative Colony, located at 2700 Bronx Park East.

The Coops were constructed during the period 1926–1929 under the auspices of the United Workers Cooperative Association, a group of primarily Eastern European Jewish workers in the needle trades with roots in the Lower East Side. The United Workers Cooperative Association was started earlier in the 1920s in order to create a variety of democratically run cooperative endeavors, including stores, apartments, and even a summer camp, Camp Nitgedeiget. These efforts culminated in the construction of the Coops, after the Association purchased a large tract of land in the then still largely rural north Bronx. Like other large cooperative housing developments in The Bronx of the late 1920s, the Coops was financed in part by sections of the Yiddish-language press (especially the Morgen Freiheit). Most of its earliest tenants were in some way involved in the left-wing of the Jewish labor movement in New York City. Some came from elsewhere in The Bronx (particularly the eastern Bronx, where there was a high concentration of working-class Jews at the time), some from the Lower East Side, and others from Harlem. Some Coopniks, as residents came to be called, had roots in the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.). Some were either current or former members of, or closely associated with, the Communist Party U.S.A (C.P.U.S.A.).

While a small cadre of highly engaged Communist activists remained a noticeable and influential presence in the Coops for decades, the degree of allegiance to the Communist Party in the Coops has often been exaggerated, both in scholarly treatments and in the popular imagination. If any organization ever had the allegiance of the majority of Coopniks at any one time, it was the Jewish People's Fraternal Order (J.P.F.O.), the Jewish section of the International Worker's Order (I.W.O.), a mutual-aid and insurance organization for workers. Many Communists happened to be members of the I.W.O., and some even held leadership positions within the organization. The I.W.O., however, was independent and had a large number of members unaffiliated with the Party as well as significant decentralization due to its many national and ethnic sections.

The Coops itself was designed specifically with its working-class residents in mind. It was built to have open green space between buildings, apartments with plenty of sunlight, an auditorium for political events and cultural performances, a cooperatively-run kitchen for special events, a variety of club rooms in the basement (especially for teenagers), a daycare, an extensive library, and a sizable shule for children's instruction in Yiddish language and culture. As was the case with the Amalgamated Houses and other cooperative developments built around this time in The Bronx, the initial vision of the Coops attempted to weave together a prioritization of Yiddish culture with various left-wing political commitments.

This temporary marriage of Yiddish culture and progressive politics at the Coops, however, soon hit some speed bumps, the most significant of which was white supremacy. The Coops was completed right around the time that the C.P.U.S.A. had started to prioritize Black liberation as a central part of all of its organizing. This shift in focus resulted from internal Party discussion, often spearheaded by leading Black activists, as well as input from Communists in the Soviet Union and elsewhere. Over the course of the 1930s and 1940s this shift resulted in a dangerous, severely suppressed, short-lived but relatively successful campaign to organize Black and poor white sharecroppers in the South; famous mass-campaign legal defenses, such as the victorious one to exonerate the Scottsboro Nine, a group of Black teenagers falsely accused of raping two white women; early voter-registration drives among disenfranchised Black folks in the South; effective election campaigns of Black candidates in northern cities, like Benjamin Davis; mass campaigns supporting Ethiopia and other African nations; direct action against segregation and white supremacist mob violence in northern cities; and much more.

In the Coops, the C.P.U.S.A.'s commitment to Black liberation was initially unable to influence the Board of Directors, only some of whom were Party members. Throughout the 1930s, likely no more than 20 apartments out of 750 were leased to Black individuals or families. At the time, some white Coopniks argued that the Coops would lose its distinctively "Yiddish" character if too many Black tenants moved in. Oral histories conducted through the Bronx African American History Project with some of the earliest Black residents, children in the 1930s, suggest that the "Yiddishist" argument cloaked a more pervasive atmosphere of racial exclusion, whereby Black tenants were socially ostracized and confined to the top floor of buildings. At any rate, the Board of Directors finally began to take more active measures in support of Black liberation in the early 1940s, when it adopted a progressive tenancy policy. This was no doubt due in part to the influence of Angie Dickerson and Sol Bryson, Black Communists who were on the Board as early as 1943. This policy gave priority to Black applicants, and, as a result, the number of African American tenants began to increase markedly during the 1940s. Some white tenants clearly began to become uncomfortable with the number of Black tenants living in the Coops and moved out. The recorded memories of white Coopniks who were a part of this early wave of "white flight" are often cloaked in a denial of racism. Yet the remembered stories and ingrained language used to justify the family's decision inevitably involve stereotypes or cruel encounters with newer Black tenants.

In spite of a pervasive, though unspoken, white supremacy that shaped life at the Coops during its first few decades, Black tenants during the 1930s–1950s included leading activists, union members, artists, actors, entrepreneurs, and professionals. Activists Dr. Angie Dickerson (mentioned above) and Queen Mother Moore (Audley Moore), actor Canada Lee, artists James (Jimmy) and Hartwell Yeargans, Edward Brandford (the founder of the first Black modeling agency), and other notable Black individuals all called the Coops home. William and Louise Thompson Patterson, Paul Robeson, Dr. W.E.B. Du Bois, Ben Davis, and other leading Black figures of the time had either close friends who lived in, or some other association with, the Coops.

The Coops had already run into financial troubles as early as 1929, due especially to the widespread economic effects of the Great Depression. The Board of Directors had to relinquish the original mortgage to the bank, although it was able to retain control over the Coops and maintain co-operative status for the complex until 1943. At that time, the bank approached the Board with new terms, which would allow the Board to remain in control of the Coops if it agreed to a uniform rent increase for all tenants. The Board called a public meeting, and the new terms were voted down. As a result, the Coops became a regular rental complex. Recorded memories of Coopniks who were children or teenagers at the time often trivialize the debate, stressing that the proposed rent increase was "only $1." Yet considering that many tenants were paying $15–$25/month in rent, $1 would have represented in the range of a 4–7% increase—with no stipulation that there would not be a similar rent increase each year. Regardless, through rent strikes and other measures, the newly formed tenant union was able to retain a great deal of democratic control over the Coops until at least the 1970s, when some of the long-time activists in the tenant union began to move to Co-op City or elsewhere. (The tenant union, nevertheless, has remained alive and active throughout the years, thanks to people like Janice Walcott and others.)

Whatever the case may be, the Coops has an incredibly rich, messy, fraught, and sometimes inspiring history. The making of a documentary about this history, what would eventually become At Home in Utopia (2008), began in the early 2000s, though earlier, similar efforts had been made. In the 1970s, an organization of former and current tenants of the Coops called the Friends of the Coops started recording some oral histories with a few of the white longtime residents. This effort, unfortunately, did not get very far, though it was revived briefly in the 1990s. In the 1980s, a Black former resident, Brenda Beattie-Neuman, was instrumental in attaining national landmark status for the complex. At Home in Utopia, for its part, revolves primarily around the experience of a core group of white, Jewish residents, although it makes passing mention of some Black Coopniks. Still, the documentary represents the most extended effort yet to document and present the history of the Coops to a wider public. Clearly, the Coops has a complex history that demands careful and critical investigation, and this collection, with its inherent limits, provides a wealth of material for this endeavor.

Description/Scope and Content

The collection is divided into the following eleven series:

1) Administrative Documents, which contains grant applications and other administrative material created during the making of At Home in Utopia.

2) General Files, which contains research compiled during the making of the film on a variety of general topics related to in some way to labor history and progressive politics in New York City during the first half of the twentieth century.

3) Coops Documents, divided into three subseries: the first comprising general documents from the Coops; the second including documents compiled by the Friends of the Coops, an organization of current and former tenants started in the 1970s; and the third containing files on individual Coopniks.

4) Transcripts, divided into three subseries: the first containing transcripts of interviews and oral histories included elsewhere in the collection; the second comprising transcripts and logs of archival footage; and the third containing miscellaneous transcript material.

5) Photographs, divided into eight subseries: the first containing general photographs of the Coops; the second comprising photographs of individual Coopniks and their families; the third including photographs of Coops reunions; the fourth containing photographs of various other sites around The Bronx and New York City; the fifth comprising location scouting photographs taken during the making of At Home in Utopia; the sixth including photographs of fundraising and other events during the making of At Home in Utopia; the seventh containing production stills from the making of At Home in Utopia; and the eighth including digital images.

6) Photographic Material, divided into three subseries: the first containing mounted photocopies prepared for various events during the making of At Home in Utopia; the second comprising photocopies of photographs (both those represented in the collection and those returned to their original donors by the production team); and the third including documentation material like notes and mailing addresses.

7) Friends of the Coops Audio-Visual Material, divided into three subseries: the first containing audio interviews and oral histories conducted by Friends of the Coops; the second comprising video interviews and oral histories conducted by Friends of the Coops; and the third including assorted audio-visual material collected by or created by Friends of the Coops.

8) At Home in Utopia Recorded Sound, divided into two subseries: the first containing recorded audio interviews on analog cassettes; the second comprising recorded audio interviews on DAT cassettes.

9) Archival Moving Pictures and Recorded Sound, containing audio-visual material requested from a variety of institutions and companies during the making of At Home in Utopia. Restricted: Material in this series is available for research consultation only. Express permission must be obtained from the original institution or company for any utilization beyond this.

10) At Home in Utopia Recorded Video, divided into five subseires: the first containing recorded video from the making of At Home in Utopia on Betacam cassettes; the second including recorded video from the making of At Home in Utopia on MiniDV cassettes; the third comprising recorded video from the making of At Home in Utopia on DVCAM cassettes; the fourth containing recorded video from the making of At Home in Utopia on DVCPRO50 cassettes; and the firth including recorded video from the making of At Home in Utopia on DVD. Restricted: Material in this series is available for research consultation only. Express permission must be obtained from Michal Goldman or her legal heirs for any utilization beyond this as long as the copyright to At Home in Utopia is retained.

11) At Home in Utopia Production Material, which includes various production versions of the finished documentary and other production material. Restricted: Material in this series is available for research consultation only. Express permission must be obtained from Michal Goldman or her legal heirs for any utilization beyond this as long as the copyright to At Home in Utopia is retained.

Provenance

The collection was donated to the Society by Michal Goldman, one of the producers of At Home in Utopia, in February 2021.

Preferred Citation

[Item name or description,] At Home in Utopia collection, box _, folder _, The Bronx County Archives at The Bronx County Historical Society Research Library.

Restrictions

Certain restrictions apply to usage of this collection. See Description/Scope of Content above for more information.

Points of Access

  • Civil Rights Congress
  • Communism in the United States -- Communist Party U.S.A. -- housing cooperatives -- racial equality/Black liberation
  • Ethnic groups and nationalities -- African Americans -- Jews
  • Housing cooperatives (The Bronx, New York, NY) -- Amalgamated Housing Co-operative -- Farband Houses -- Sholem Aleichem Houses -- United Workers Cooperative Colony (Allerton Coops/The Coops)
  • Individuals -- Beattie Neuman, Brenda -- Bressack, Harriett Nesin -- Bryson, Sol -- Dickerson, Angie -- Jones, Janet -- Jones, Joyce -- Kazan, Abraham -- Libeskind, Daniel -- London, Noah -- Lugovoy, Julie -- Moore, Audley "Queen Mother" -- Ourlicht, Boris -- Ourlicht, Rose -- Patterson, MaryLouise -- Robeson, Paul -- Rosenblum, Paul "Pete" -- Rosenstein, Perry -- Sacco, Nicola -- Schwartz, Anita -- Seeger, Pete -- Segal, Edith -- Shuldiner, Bernie -- Shuldiner, Norma -- Swerdlow, Amy -- Taylor, Ingrid -- Taylor, Ruthie -- Taylor, Tykie -- Turner, Charles "Chuck" -- Vanzetti, Bartolomeo -- Warner, Thomas -- Yaker, Ed -- Yeargans, Hartwell -- Ziebel, Bebe -- Ziebel, Yok
  • Moving pictures -- At Home in Utopia (2008)
  • Neighborhoods (The Bronx, New York, NY) -- Allerton
  • United Workers Cooperative Association -- Camp Nitgedeiget -- United Workers Cooperative Colony
  • White supremacy in the United States -- Peekskill riots

Related Collections

  1. Argote Family papers. The Bronx County Archives at The Bronx County Historical Society Research Library.
  2. Brenda Beattie-Neuman papers. The Bronx County Archives at The Bronx County Historical Society Research Library.
  3. The Bronx African American History Project Digital Collection of Oral Histories. Fordham University Library.
  4. The Bronx African American History Project. The Bronx County Archives at The Bronx County Historical Society Research Library.
  5. Dr. Angie Dickerson papers. The Bronx County Archives at The Bronx County Historical Society Research Library.
  6. Murray Lerner papers. The Bronx County Archives at The Bronx County Historical Society Research Library.
  7. Paul "Pete" Rosenblum papers. The Bronx County Archives at The Bronx County Historical Society Research Library.
  8. Carl Rosenstein papers. The Bronx County Archives at The Bronx County Historical Society Research Library.

Series

Series Title Box Folders/Items
1 Administrative Documents 1 1–6
2 General Files 1 7–70
  2 1–20
3.1 Coops Documents—General 2 21–56
3.2 Coops Documents—Friends of the Coops 2 57–83
3.3 Coops Documents—Individuals 2 84–102
4.1 Transcripts—Interviews and Oral Histories 3 1–73
4.2 Transcripts—Logs of Archival Footage 3 74–123
4.3 Transcripts—Miscellaneous 3 124–125
5.1 Photographs—Coops, General 4 1–7
5.2 Photographs—Coops, Individuals 4 8–21
5.3 Photographs—Coops, Reunions 4 22–25
5.4 Photographs—Other 4 26–34
5.5 Photographs—AHIU, Location Scouting 4 35–67
5.6 Photographs—AHIU, Events 4 68–74
5.7 Photographs—AHIU, Production Stills 4 75–76
5.8 Photographs—Digital 4 77–81
6.1 Photographic Material—Mounted Photocopies 5 1–10
  6 1–2
6.2 Photographic Material—Photocopies 6 3–22
6.3 Photographic Material—Documentation 6 23–25
7.1 Friends of the Coops—Audio Interviews 7 1–44
7.2 Friends of the Coops—Video Interviews 7 45–49
7.3 Friends of the Coops—Assorted Audio-Visual Material 7 50–62
8.1 AHIU Recorded Sound—Analog Cassettes 7 63–129
8.2 AHIU Recorded Sound—DAT Cassettes 7 130–151
9 Archival Moving Pictures and Recorded Sound [RESTRICTED] 8 1–87
10.1 AHIU Recorded Video—Betacam [RESTRICTED] 9 1–23
10.2 AHIU Recorded Video—MiniDV [RESTRICTED] 9 24–73
10.3 AHIU Recorded Video—DVCAM [RESTRICTED] 9 74–134
10 1–7
10.4 AHIU Recorded Video—DVCPRO50 [RESTRICTED] 10 8–50
10.5 AHIU Recorded Video—DVD [RESTRICTED] 10 51–79
11 AHIU Production Material [RESTRICTED] 10 80–97

Container List

Series 1: Administrative Documents

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

1

1

FOIA, using

n.d.

1

2

Independent Lens program

2008–2009

1

3

Living in the Coops/Filmmakers Collaborative

2001

1

4

Miscellaneous notes

n.d.

1

5

Proposals

2000–2002

1

6

Script

n.d.

Series 2: General Files

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

1

7

Alanne, V.S., Finnish Co-operative Boarding Houses

n.d.

1

8

Amalgamated Housing Cooperative, clippings

2000

1

9

Amalgamated Housing Cooperative, The Cooperator

1929–1933

1

10

Amalgamated Housing Cooperative, Amalgamated Cooperators Handbook

n.d.

1

11

Amalgamated Housing Cooperative, Research and reunion

1994

1

12

American Labor Party

n.d.

1

13

Amsterdam Housing: With Red Flags Flying

n.d.

1

14

Berland, Oscar, “Communists and the Negro Question”

1999–2000

1

15

British housing, working-class, in nineteenth century

n.d.

1

16

Boiberik Summer Camp

n.d.

1

17

Bronx legislative map

1990

1

18

Bronx Rally, Allerton, Jobs Not Jails (Janice Walcott)

1994

1

19

Cartoons

1917–1940

Civil Rights Congress

1949–1950

1

20

Co-operatives, history

n.d.

1

21

Co-operative housing in America

2002

22

Co-op City

1969–1990s

23

Co-op Village Privatization

1996

1

24

Communist Party of New York, early history

1926–1930

1

25

Communist Party U.S.A. (C.P.U.S.A.) records

2001

1

26

Crosley, Mark, “Two Worker-Sponsored Housing Co-operatives”

2002

1

27

Epstein, Melech, Jewish Labor in the USA

1953

28

“Ethnic Map” (NYC)

1919

1

29

Eyewitness: Peekskill U.S.A. (Civil Rights Congress)

1949

1

30

Finish Co-operatives

1976

1

31

Fisher, Minnie, oral history

1976

1

32

Goldberg, Itche

1962

1

33

Gornick, Vivian, Romance of American Communism

n.d.

34

Farband Houses (Jewish National Workers Alliance)

n.d.

1

35

First Gotham History Festival

2001

1

36

Grand Street Co-ops

n.d.

1

37

Hazelton, Andy, Manuscripts on Bronx co-operatives

n.d.

1

38

Holland Ave. Boys

n.d.

1

39

Housing: Mutual housing overview

1990

1

40

Housing: New York Housing Coalition Housing Rehabilitation Task Force

1976

1

41

How Jews Became White Folks

1998

1

42

I.L.G.W.U. Co-operative Houses

n.d.

1

43

Jefferson School/Worker’s School

n.d.

1

44

Jewish Currents

1992–1995

1

45

Jewish Suburban Housing Movement (B.A. Weinrebe)

n.d.

1

46

Kazan, Abraham, oral history transcript, fold. 1

1970

1

47

Kazan, Abraham, oral history transcript, fold. 2

1970

1

48

Kazan, Abraham, oral history transcript, fold. 3

1970

1

49

Kazan, Abraham, thesis on

1991

1

50

Kinderland, Camp, general

1990

1

51

Kinderland, Camp, directory

1993

1

52

Kling, Lazar

1926

1

53

Leitenberg, Milton

n.d.

1

54

London, Noah, fold. 1

n.d.

1

55

London, Noah, fold. 2

n.d.

1

56

Michels, Tony, Socialist Politics and the Making of Jewish Culture 

1998

1

57

Morning Freiheit

1977

1

58

Mortgage foreclosure legislation

1933

1

59

New York Oral History Project

n.d.

1

60

Nitgedeiget, Camp

1926

1

61

Our Voice, Paper of the Williamsburg Branch of the Workers Party

1923

1

62

Patterson, William L., We Demand Freedom

1951

1

63

Pelham Parkway, clippings

1994

1

64

Pelham Parkway Times, vol. 1, no. 3

August 1994

1

65

Plotkin, Sara, oral history

1980

1

66

Prices, rental, New York City

1920s

1

67

P.S. 36 Adult Education classes

1938

1

68

Red Vienna

n.d.

1

69

Reds Versus Pinks

1985

1

70

Rice, Pincus, Portfolio

1994

2

1

Robeson, Paul, A Century of Greatness, edited collection of Robeson’s writings and speeches

2001

2

2

Sacco and Vanzetti scrapbook

1927

2

3

Sacco and Vanzetti, Trial Proclaimed Unfair

1977

2

4

Schaeffer, Jacob

n.d.

2

5

Scottsboro Case

2

6

Secular Club

1978

2

7

Secular Jewish education

1953–1954

2

8

Segal, Edith

1978

2

9

Sholem Aleichem Houses

1987

2

10

Thompson, David, Miscellaneous notes on co-operatives

2004

2

11

Triangle Factory Fire

n.d.

2

12

United Housing Federation: Years of Accomplishments

n.d.

2

13

Veysey, Laurence, “The Communal Experience”

n.d.

2

14

Wages

1920–1926

2

15

West Farms, clippings

2001

2

16

What We Want (Yiddish pamphlet from Lower East Side)

1920s

2

17

Women’s Suffrage

n.d.

2

18

Workmen’s Circle

n.d.

2

19

World War II, clippings

1941

2

20

Zuromin Memorial Book: The Holocaust Remembered

2002

Series 3.1: Coops Documents—General

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

2

21

Advertisement for the Coops, Der Hammer, miscellaneous

1926

2

22

The Allerton Coops: A History of Leftism

n.d.

2

23

Anniversary Celebration, 15th, booklet

1942

2

24

Committee Complaint box

n.d.

25

Co-operative League of America documents

1928

2

26

The Cooperator, the official organ of the Arcogez, 2700 Bronx Park East

1933

2

27

Coops, clippings

1974–1996

2

28

Coops, establishment

1926

2

29

Electricity shutoff notice

1931

2

30

International Labor Defense

n.d.

2

31

Library

n.d.

2

32

Der Mamzer, Yiddish newspaper of the United Workers Cooperative Society (Camp Nitgedeiget paper)

1924

2

33

The Red Pepper, satirical newspaper

1922

2

34

Rental ad in the New York Times

1982

2

35

Room rental agreement

n.d.

2

36

Service Men’s Mothers of Allerton Avenue Neighborhood Bulletin collection

1943–1945

2

37

Shule, page from graduation book, with rare photograph of Beverly Whitney

n.d.

2

38

Sidor Log, administrative materials

1944

2

39

Sidor Log, no. 1

1942–1944

2

40

Sidor Log, no. 2

1942–1944

2

41

Sidor Log, no. 3

1942–1944

2

42

Sidor Log, no. 4

1942–1944

2

43

Sidor Log, Gutz Jilted—Goes AWOL

1942–1944

2

44

Sidor Log, Sidor Shindig

1942–1944

2

45

Sidor Log, Thanksgiving Edition

1942–1944

2

46

Sidor Log, V-J Day

August 1945

2

47

Tenancy agreement for Co-operators

1926

2

48

United Workers Cooperative Association, Notice draft

March 1926

2

49

Vanguard Community Center, New Punch

February 1949

2

50

Vanguard Community Center, New Punch

March 1949

2

51

Vanguard Community Center, New Punch

April 1949

2

52

Vanguard Community Center, New Punch

n.d.

2

53

Vanguard Community Center, Vanguard Flash

August 1944

2

54

Viceroys

1979

2

55

Workers Colony Corporation Trustees Common Stock Certificate

1931

2

56

Workers Colony Corporation trustees Common Stock Certificate (copies)

1931

Series 3.2: Coops Documents—Friends of the Coops

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

2

57

Board meetings

1977–1978

2

58

The Coops: An Oral History and Archival Project

n.d.

2

59

The Coops: Tamiment Archives (NYU)

n.d.

2

60

Coop Scoops

1977

2

61

Correspondence, incoming

1976–1999

2

62

Correspondence, outgoing

1994–1995

2

63

Friends of the Coops newsletter, no. 1

1978

2

64

Friends of the Coops newsletter, no. 2

1978

2

65

Friends of the Coops newsletter, no. 3

1978

2

66

Friends of the Coops newsletter, no. 4

April 1979

2

67

Friends of the Coops newsletter, no. 5

October 1979

2

68

Friends of the Coops newsletter, n.s.

May 1995

2

69

Friends of the Coops newsletter, n.s.

November 1995

2

70

Friends of the Coops newsletter, n.s.

n.d.

2

71

Incorporation documents

1977

2

72

Meeting, Christopher Columbus High School

1996

2

73

Reflections on the Coops, by white Coopniks

1976–1977

2

74

Reunion, Semicentennial (50th), souvenir booklet

1977

2

75

Reunion, Semicentennial (50th), guests and registration lists 

1976–1977

2

76

Reunion, Semicentennial (50th), organizing materials

1976–1977

2

77

Reunion, Semicentennial (50th), space rental

1977

2

78

Reunion, 51st Annual, picnic

1978

2

79

Reunion, general materials

1994

2

80

Reunion, notes and recollections

1994

2

81

Reunion, program

1994

2

82

West Coast Coops Reunion

1979

2

83

Workers Cooperative Colony Day

1977

Series 3.3: Coops Documents—Individuals

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

2

84

Anonymous, FBI file page

n.d.

2

85

Beattie Neuman (Petri), Brenda, The Congressional Record

1986

2

86

Beattie Neuman (Petri), Brenda, National landmark historical preservation application materials

1984–1986

2

87

Beattie Neuman (Petri), Brenda, Preservation League of New York State newsletter

1987

2

88

Bloom, William (Bill)

1994

2

89

Halebsky, Bella, County Advertiser

1982

2

90

Levy, Benjamin

1923

2

91

Lustig, James, and Muriel Neremberg

1994

2

92

Moore, Audley, Oral history transcript, interviewed by Dr. Mark Naison

1972

2

93

Reiter, Rae, Georgetown Hill Peace Mob

1978

2

94

Rosenblum, Paul (Pete), FBI file, fold. 1

n.d.

2

95

Rosenblum, Paul (Pete), FBI file, fold. 2

n.d.

2

96

Rosenberg, Leon Yorkish, FBI file

n.d.

2

97

Rosenstein, Perry

n.d.

2

98

Sanders (Beckerman), Ruth

1994

2

99

Schwartz, Anita, The Colony: The Study of the Process of Culture Change (thesis about the Coops submitted to New York University)

1969

2

100

Schwartz, Anita, Women: Production and Reproduction Abstracts

n.d.

2

101

Swerdlow, Amy

1998

2

102

Wordis, Rose

n.d.

Series 4.1: Transcripts—Interviews and Oral Histories

Box

Item

Contents

Year

3

1

Ziebel, Bebe, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 1)

April 12, 2002

3

2

Ziebel, Bebe, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 1)

April 12, 2002

3

3

Ziebel, Yok, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 1)

April 12, 2002

3

4

Ziebel, Yok, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 1)

April 12, 2002

3

5

Ziebel, Yok, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 1)

April 12, 2002

3

6

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 1)

April 12, 2002

3

7

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 1)

April 14, 2002

3

8

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 1)

April 14, 2002

3

9

Shuldiner, Bernie, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 1)

June 27, 2002

3

10

Shuldiner, Bernie, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 1)

June 27, 2002

3

11

Shuldiner, Bernie, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 1)

June 27, 2002

3

12

Shuldiner, Norma, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 1)

June 27, 2002

3

13

Shuldiner, Norma, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 1)

June 27, 2002

3

14

Shuldiner, Norma, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 1)

June 27, 2002

3

15

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 1)

June 27, 2002

3

16

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 1)

June 27, 2002

3

17

Keys and reference material (Binder 1)

n.d.

3

18

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history transcript, part 1 (Binder 2)

February 19, 1977

3

19

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history transcript, part 2 (Binder 2)

February 19, 1977

3

20

Ourlicht, Boris, interview transcript [incomplete] (Binder 2)

n.d.

3

21

Ourlicht, Boris, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 2)

June 28, 2002

3

22

Ourlicht, Boris, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 2)

June 28, 2002

3

23

Ourlicht, Boris, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 2)

June 28, 2002

3

24

Ourlicht, Boris, interview transcript, part 4 (Binder 2)

June 28, 2002

3

25

Ourlicht, Boris, Leah, and Shulamit, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 2)

June 28, 2002

3

26

Ourlicht, Boris, Leah, and Shulamit, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 2)

June 28, 2002

3

27

Ourlicht, Boris, Leah, and Shulamit, interview transcript,  part 3 (Binder 2)

June 28, 2002

3

28

Libeskind, Daniel, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 2)

January 27, 2004

3

29

Libeskind, Daniel, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 2)

January 27, 2004

3

30

Jones Sykes, Joyce, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 2)

February 27, 2004

3

31

Jones Sykes, Joyce, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 2)

February 27, 2004

3

32

Jones Sykes, Joyce, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 2)

February 27, 2004

3

33

Jones Trio, interview transcript (Binder 2)

February 27, 2004

3

34

Jones Laidman, Janet, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 2)

February 27, 2004

3

35

Jones Laidman, Janet, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 2)

February 27, 2004

3

36

Jones Laidman, Janet, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 2)

February 27, 2004

3

37

Swerdlow, Amy Glastuck, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 2)

February 28, 2004

3

38

Swerdlow, Amy Glastuck, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 2)

February 28, 2004

3

39

Swerdlow, Amy Glastuck, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 2)

February 28, 2004

3

40

Swerdlow, Amy Glastuck, interview transcript  (Binder 2)

March 17, 2004

3

41

Bressack, Harriett Nesin, and Amy Glastuck Swerdlow, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 2)

February 28, 2004

3

42

Bressack, Harriett Nesin, and Amy Glastuck Swerdlow, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 2)

February 28, 2004

3

43

Bressack, Harriett Nesin, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 2)

February 28, 2004

3

44

Bressack, Harriett Nesin, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 2)

February 28, 2004

3

45

Bressack, Harriett Nesin, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 2)

February 28, 2004

3

46

Lugovoy, Julie, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 3)

September 17, 2004

3

47

Lugovoy, Julie, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 3)

September 17, 2004

3

48

Lugovoy, Julie, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 3)

September 17, 2004

3

49

Lugovoy, Julie, interview transcript (Binder 3)

n.d.

3

50

Ziebel, Yok, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 3)

September 18, 2004

3

51

Ziebel, Yok, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 3)

September 18, 2004

3

52

Ziebel, Yok, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 3)

September 18, 2004

3

53

Ziebel, Yok, interview transcript, part 4 (Binder 3)

September 18, 2004

3

54

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview transcript (Binder 3)

September 17, 2004

3

55

Rosenblum, Pete, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 3)

September 18, 2004

3

56

Rosenblum, Pete, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 3)

September 18, 2004

3

57

Rosenblum, Pete, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 3)

September 18, 2004

3

58

Rosenblum, Pete, interview transcript, part 4 (Binder 3)

September 18, 2004

3

59

Rosenblum, Pete, interview transcript [incomplete] (Binder 3)

September 18, 2004

3

60

Patterson, MaryLouise, interview transcript, part 1 [incomplete] (Binder 3)

September 18, 2004

3

61

Patterson, MaryLouise, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 3)

September 18, 2004

3

62

Patterson, MaryLouise, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 3)

September 18, 2004

3

63

Tour of Coops, transcript, part 1 (Binder 3)

September 19, 2004

3

64

Tour of Coops, transcript, part 2 (Binder 3)

September 19, 2004

3

65

Tour of Coops, transcript, part 3 (Binder 3)

September 19, 2004

3

66

Tour of Coops, transcript, part 4 (Binder 3)

September 19, 2004

3

67

Tour of Coops, transcript, part 5 (Binder 3)

September 19, 2004

3

68

Steadicam footage of Coops, transcript, part 1 (Binder 3)

September 21, 2004

3

69

Yaker, Ed, interview transcript, part 1 (Binder 3)

October 5, 2004

3

70

Yaker, Ed, interview transcript, part 2 (Binder 3)

October 5, 2004

3

71

Yaker, Ed, interview transcript, part 3 (Binder 3)

October 5, 2004

3

72

Yaker, Ed, interview transcript, part 4 (Binder 3)

October 5, 2004

3

73

Yaker, Ed, interview transcript, part 5 (Binder 3)

October 5, 2004

Series 4.2: Transcripts—Logs of Archival Footage

Box

Item

Contents

Year

3

74

John E. Allen footage, including material around McCarthy era, May Day, NYC events and demonstrations, Soviet Union scenes, strikes, Harlem events, and more

1917–1953

3

75

John E. Allen footage, including Sacco and Vanzetti events, Lenin’s funeral, police brutality, Communist rallies and demonstrations, Eugene Debs, Rosenbergs material, Earl Browder, McCarthy era, 

1919–1950s

3

76

Footage from Paul Robeson and Peekskill; other anti-racist and anti-fascist struggles; rent strikes; hunger demonstrations; Free Scottsboro Boys; Unemployed Councils; McCarthyism; Van Cortlandt Park; subway construction

1930s–1950s

3

77

Historic Films footage, including McCarthy era and HUAC hearings; U.S. anti-Soviet propaganda; Jackie Robinson; Wallace campaign; Paul Robeson; Peekskill

1940s–1950s

3

78

Historic Films footage, including gangsters; FBI; Nazis and Nazi sympathizers in U.S.; college football; May Day; Paul Robeson; CIO; marches; police brutality; Sacco and Vanzetti; unemployment and hunger demonstrations

1919–1940s

3

79

Historic Films footage, including Sacco and Vanzetti; Rosenbergs; anti-war protests; pickets; Communism; Soviet Union; Lenin; William Z. Foster, Ben Davis, etc.; HUAC; FBI propaganda

1919–1950s

3

80

Historic Films footage, including FBI propaganda; World War II; racism; education; pools; garmet workers; Union Square; Italian Bronx; Parkchester, Bronx

1940s–1950s

3

81

Miscellaneous footage, including May Day at various times and places; Grinberg footage of New York march; Peekskill; Paul Robeson; Rosenbergs; McCarthyism; Leo Isaacson; Henry Wallace; Chinese Communist Party

1930s–1950s

3

82

Fred MacDonald footage, including “A Bronx Morning” (1931); “No Vacancies” (1946), about veterans who cannot afford housing; “Hell Bent for Election”, cartoon in support of FDR’s campaign; “The Investigators”, a short satire about HUAC; “Freedom Rally”, from the campaign for Henry Wallace, narrated by Canada Lee; “Time to Act”, from the campaign for Henry Wallace; “Riot at Robeson Concert”, about the Peekskill riots

1931–1949

3

83

Fred MacDonald footage, including Ronald Reagan anti-Soviet propaganda

1950s

3

84

Fred MacDonald footage, including “Armored Attack”, an anti-Soviet propaganda film

1957–1958

3

85

Fred MacDonald footage, including anti-Soviet and anti-New Deal propaganda; “The Song of Labor”; McCarthyism

1930s–1960s

3

86

National Archives footage, including ILGWU; WPA and Black employment; all-Black production of Macbeth; anti-Soviet propaganda; McCarthyism 

1920s–1950s

3

87

National Archives footage, including “Operation Abolition: The Story of Communism in Action”, against the HUAC; Ford propaganda film; Nazi propaganda film

1930s–1960s

3

88

National Archives footage, including Trial of 12 in Spanish (McCarthyism); “Select Scenes from Communism”; more select scenes of Communist organizing

1940s–1950s

3

89

WPA Film Library footage, including Paul Robeson; rent strikes; Bonus Army Routed; Unemployed Councils in NY; “Communist Leaders go on Trial”; “Battle of the Rallies”; May Day in Hyde Park; U.S. Taxi strike; civil defense trailer around Spanish Civil War; 1920s Americna life; “The Elevation of Labor” documentary; May Day; “Time to Remember” (part 1)

1930s–1950s

3

90

WPA Film Library footage, including “Time to Remember” (part 2); May Day 1937; “Focus on the 40s”; “Life in the 30s” (part 1)

1930s–1940s

3

91

Getty Images footage, including New York Botanical Garden; Van Cortlandt; Bronx streets; garment workers; Brookly Navy yard; anti-communist protestors; Communist rallies and protests; Lower East Side; Greenwich Village; Three Deuces nightclub; “Soviet Negro Republic”; anti-immigrant trends in U.S.; Taft-Hartley Act; Palmer Raids; Peekskill riot; Roosevelt’s death; Churchill’s “Iron Curtain” speech; unemployed councils; youth, street, immigrant life in NYC; Yiddish signage; furriers; U.S. pledge of allegiance propaganda; people in park; Levittown; post-war “prosperity”

1910s–1950s

3

92

Getty Images footage, including post-war “prosperity”; FBI wiretapping; Wyoming; Indiana; Stalin

1940s–1950s

3

93

Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research footage, including Communist Party in Los Angeles; Morning Freiheit in L.A.; Republic Steel Strike; Kern County Cotton Strike; “The Peace Candidate”, about Progressive Party campaign and Charlotta Bass; clip of “Battleship Potemkin”; Cambodian invasion protest, 1970

1920s–1970

3

94

Library of Congress footage, including “The Life of the City: Early Films of New York 1898–1906”

1898–1906

3

95

John E. Allen footage, including Minneapolis and Pennsylvania strikes; “The Death of Stalin”

1930s–1961

3

96

John E. Allen footage, including many scenes of Soviet life; “Birth of Israel” at end, along with scenes of Constantinople

1930s–1940s

3

97

John E. Allen footage, including Jerusalem; Palmer raids; Van Cortlandt Park; New York City scenes; classroom shots; anti-fascist demonstrations; death of Roosevelt; police brtuality; May Day around the world; Furriers against Jim Crow; “East Bronx May Day Committee”; Fr. Coughlin and fascism; grocery store; Lenin; Bonus Army; May Day

1910s–1940s

3

98

John E. Allen footage, including “The Rise of Soviet Power”; anti-Soviet propaganda; Lenin and Stalin; World War II; Soviet scenes from the 1950s; Sacco and Vanzetti

1919–1950s

3

99

Grinberg footage, including Rosenbergs; Spanish Civil War; Stalin’s death; Roosevelt’s death; Peekskill riots; Soviet Embassy; Brooklyn Navy Yard; Churchill’s “Iron Curtain” speech; Henry Wallace and “I Am an American” day; Al Jolson; Tom Mooney; Earl Browder; demonstrations; anti-communism; anti-Nazi meetings

1930s–1950s

3

100

Historic Films footage, including “News of the Nation: Women Work in Navy Yard”: “NYC Fish Market”; “New York Subway Extension”; “Women in War: Girls on the March”; “Street Car Strike”; “Garment Workers on Strike”; “Memorial Pageant to the Persecuted Jews”; “nine Families Evicted by Landlords; “Repairing Woolworth Building Roof Tiles”; “Funeral/Communist Demonstration” (Steve Katovis); “Benjamin Schlessinger”; “Old Clothes Merchant”; “Nine Families Evicted by Landlords”; “Jewish Beauty Contest”; “May Pole Dance”; “Happy Campers”

1920s–1930s

3

101

UCLA Film and Television Archive footage, including death of Stalin; “Deportation of Undesirables!”; anti-fascist demonstration in New York; miscellaneous scenes; eviction; anti-immigration trends in U.S.; Communists and James Ford; anti-nuclear protests; Emma Goldman; women and work during World War II; Knickerbocker Village and slum clearance; American Jewish Congress; Brooklyn Navy Yard; anti-fascist demonstrations; protests of invation of Ethiopia by Italy; Paul Robeson; World War II 

1930s–1940s

3

102

Getty Images footage, including street corner speech; Goebels and Nazis; Auschwitz; Buchenwald; Belsen; Holocaust; concentration camps; anti-fascist protests around NYC; stock market crash, 1929; Pearl Harbor; rural areas, 1950s

1920s–1950s

3

103

National Center for Jewish Film footage, including Soviet newsreel in Russian, Yiddish, and English; footage of Jews in Soviet Union; Zionism; Tom Mooney; Camp Kinderland

1920s–1940s

3

104

National Center for Jewish Film footage, including Yosl Cutler and his Puppets

1935

3

105

National Center for Jewish Film footage, including “Rebirth of a Nation: Romance of New Palestine”

n.d.

3

106

Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research footage, including Tom Mooney; Camp Kinderland; Lincoln Brigade; Palestine Protest march; Chinese Revolutionaries

1930s–1940s

3

107

Harry Kulkowitz home movie footage, including Club Sidor and snowball fight outside Coops; Mintz’s candy store or Luncheonette; Coops young adults on street near Bronx Park; Harry and wife with different outside scenes; baby/child outside of Coops; birthday party, dancing; family scenes around Coops; jitterbugging; Camp Beacon; tour of New England; vacation; Coops exterior; Bronx Park; Bronx Zoo

1940s–1950s

3

108

Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research footage, including Camp Kinderland and other summer camp scenes; Spanish Civil War; scrap iron; Palestine Protest march in support of Jews; Chinese Revolution

1930s–1940s

3

109

National Archives footage, including “A Better New York”; great works footage; WPA programs around New York; “A Better Illinois”; union organizing; anti-racist and anti-war protests with much union involvement; “New York State Committee of the Communist Party”; Young Communist League New York State Council; Jewish National Workers beauty pageant; May Day and anti-imperialism protests; Union Square

1930s–1950s

3

110

National Archives footage, including demonstrations; Eleanor Roosevelt in New York; soldiers leaving for World War II; war effort in USSR; fur coats story; President Roosevelt discussing peace; USSR footage; Churchill in Fulton, MO; anti-Churchill protests in New York; more World War II footage; AFL and CIO conflict; Spanish fascism; Black musicians in World War II era; Paul Robeson in concert and giving speech; Irish in New York City; Workers Book Shop; Italians in New York City; 

1930s–1950s

3

111

Moe Rezner (Morris Reznitsky) home movie footage, including baseball near the Coops; basketball; benches in Zimmerman Park (?); Allerton neighborhood; Mark Kulkowitz; Bronx River Parkway; sailors around Coops neighborhood; volleyball; badminton; Frenchies Field; Bronx Park; Orchard Beach; 8 Balls gang?; Harry and Murray Luncheonette; boxing match; snow storm of 1956; Brooklyn; Montreal; Atlantic City; Steelpier Circus; Rockefeller Center, 1953; 

1950s

3

112

YIVO Institute for Jewish Research footage, including Camp Nitgedeiget; Lakewood, NJ; Sholem Aleichem Houses; Twersky family; NYC during Great Depression; Anti-Hitler demonstration (Abraham Twersky filming)

1930s

3

113

YIVO Institute for Jewish Research footage, including Yiddish school in The Bronx; Shavues Ball at Sholem Aleichem; Camp Boiberek (Abraham Twersky filming)

1930s

3

114

Ziebel home movies (unlogged)

n.d.

3

115

Getty Images footage, including Mayor Jimmy Walker

1920s–1930s

3

116

PBS footage, including “The Great Depression: New York/New Deal” with shots of Mayor LaGuardia; Ford union struggles; discrimination against Black workers

1930s

3

117

Budget Films footage, including Mayor Jimmy Walker

1920s–1930s

3

118

Streamline Films footage, including Mayor Jimmy Walker; Albert Einstein; President Roosevel

1920s–1930s

3

119

Video Tape Library footage, including New York neighborhood and street scenes; Lower East Side; fish market

1900s–1910s

3

120

Budget Films footage, including Lower East Side; women working in textile factories; Triangle Factory fire; city shots; streetcars; slums; working-class neighborhoods; Harlem; 42nd Street NYPL; kids playing; Central Park; Brooklyn Bridge; Luna Park; Coney Island

1900s–1930s

3

121

Getty Images footage, including Lower East Side; fish market; public bath; Pig Alley in Lower East Side; Third Avenue El in Manhattan; tenements

1900s–1920s

3

122

F.I.L.M. Archives footage, including Lower East Side/Harlem; Marcus Garvey; street scenes; tenements; Chinatown; Chinese/Italian/Hebrew market; fish market

1900s–1920s

3

123

Classic Images footage, including Lower East Side; tenements; street vendors; elevated train; horse trolley.

National Archives footage, including rent strikes; Paul Robeson; Peekskill; Nazi invastion of Stalingrad; farmers clash with deputies; WAVES; May Day; Peal Harbor; Hunger Marches; Soviet troops; Stalin; Lenin; Russian Revolution; Wallace Taylor demonstration; Robeson at Paris conference?; Irish and Italian neighborhoods; Mayor LaGuardia.

1900s–1920s; 1930s–1940s

Series 4.3: Transcripts—Miscellaneous

Box

Item

Contents

Year

3

124

Footage Logs by Subject

n.d.

3

125

Historical timeline (with highly tendentious interpretations of events); notes on some interview participants

n.d.

Series 5.1: Photographs—Coops, General

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

4

1

Adults, group shots [PH-AHIU.1–7]

1905–1940s

4

2

Buildings and courtyard [PH-AHIU.8–15]

1926–2002

4

3

Children and teenagers [PH-AHIU.16–35]

1940s

4

4

Clubs and youth activity [PH-AHIU.36–48]

1938–1940s

4

5

Emma Lazarus Allerton Division [PH-AHIU.49]

n.d.

4

6

Shule [PH-AHIU.50–54]

1939–1951

4

7

World War II and Veterans [PH-AHIU.55–66]

1940s

Series 5.2: Photographs—Coops, Individuals

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

4

8

Beckerman family [PH-AHIU.67]

1950

4

9

Dalwin (Abrams), Nina [PH-AHIU.68–70]

n.d.

4

10

Majchrzuk, Marianna [PH-AHIU.71–72]

n.d.

4

11

Nuchow, Sam [PH-AHIU.73]

n.d.

4

12

Orner, Rena and Merv [PH-AHIU.74–75]

1940s–1994

4

13

Ourlicht, Rose [PH-AHIU.76–77]

n.d.

4

14

Price family [PH-AHIU.78–86]

1941–1962

4

15

Schiller Horowitz, Tony [PH-AHIU.87]

1950

4

16

Shuldiner, Bernie and Norma [PH-AHIU.88]

1940s

4

17

Rezner, Moe [PH-AHIU.89–90]

n.d.

4

18

Rice family [PH-AHIU.91–93]

n.d.

4

19

Tobias, Molly [PH-AHIU.94]

n.d.

4

20

Turner, Charles, and Thomas Warner [PH-AHIU.95–96]

n.d.

4

21

Unidentified individuals [PH-AHIU.97–99]

n.d.

Series 5.3: Photographs—Coops, Reunions

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

4

22

50th Reunion, Co-op City [PH-AHIU.100–102]

1977

4

23

Reunion, Florida [PH-AHIU.103–136]

2001

4

24

Reunion, Florida, negatives [PH-AHIU.137–154]

2001

4

25

Reunion, Florida [PH-AHIU.155–158]

2003

Series 5.4: Photographs—Other

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

4

26

Allerton neighborhood [PH-AHIU.159–169]

2003?

4

27

Amalgamated Housing Co-operative [PH-AHIU.170–211]

1927–2002

4

28

Bronx street scenes [PH-AHIU.212–218]

1920s

4

29

Camps, summer [PH-AHIU.219–234]

n.d.

4

30

Christopher Columbus High School [PH-AHIU.235–240]

2003?

4

31

Farband Houses [PH-AHIU.241–246]

2003?

4

32

Peekskill Riots [PH-AHIU.247–249]

1949

4

33

Sholem Aleichem Houses [PH-AHIU.250–259]

n.d.

4

34

Union Square and Manhattan Demonstrations [PH-AHIU.260–285]

1920s–1930s

Series 5.5: Photographs—AHIU, Location Scouting

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

4

35

General NYC, folder 1 [PH-AHIU.286–318]

2004

4

36

General NYC, folder 1, negatives [PH-AHIU.319–354]

2004

4

37

General NYC, folder 2 [PH-AHIU.355–376]

2004

4

38

General NYC, folder 2, negatives [PH-AHIU.377–414]

2004

4

39

General NYC, folder 3 [PH-AHIU.415–435]

2004

4

40

General NYC, folder 3, negatives [PH-AHIU.436–471]

2004

4

41

General NYC, folder 4 [PH-AHIU.472–507]

2004

4

42

General NYC, folder 4, negatives [PH-AHIU.508–543]

2004

4

43

General NYC, folder 5 [PH-AHIU.544–560]

2004

4

44

General NYC, folder 5, negatives [PH-AHIU.561–583]

2004

4

45

General NYC, folder 6 [PH-AHIU.584–606]

2004

4

46

General NYC, folder 6, negatives [PH-AHIU.607–629]

2004

4

47

General NYC, folder 7 [PH-AHIU.630–655]

2004

4

48

General NYC, folder 7, negatives [PH-AHIU.656–681]

2004

4

49

General NYC, folder 8 [PH-AHIU.682–695]

2004

4

50

General NYC, folder 8, negatives [PH-AHIU.696–724]

2004

4

51

General NYC, folder 9 [PH-AHIU.725–736]

2004

4

52

General NYC, folder 9, negatives [PH-AHIU.737–772]

2004

4

53

General NYC, folder 10 (Farband and Sholem Aleichem Houses) [PH-AHIU.773–789]

2004

4

54

General NYC, folder 10, negatives [PH-AHIU.790–818]

2004

4

55

Coops, First Court [PH-AHIU.819–844]

2004

4

56

Coops, First Court, negatives [PH-AHIU.845–870]

2004

4

57

Coops, Second Court, Third Court, and surrounding [PH-AHIU.871–882]

2004

4

58

Coops and Nuchows [PH-AHIU.883–930]

2003

4

59

Coops, General, folder 1 [PH-AHIU.931–955]

January 26, 2004

4

60

Coops, General, folder 1, negatives [PH-AHIU.956–981]

January 26, 2004

4

61

Coops and Amalgamated, folder 1 [PH-AHIU.982–1016]

2004

4

62

Coops and Amalgamated, folder 2 [PH-AHIU.1017–1041]

2004

4

63

Coops and Amalgamated, folder 2, negatives [PH-AHIU.1042–1060]

2004

4

64

Unspecified private home, folder 1 [PH-AHIU.1061–1069]

n.d.

4

65

Unspecified private home, folder 1, negatives [PH-AHIU.1070–1085]

n.d.

4

66

Unspecified private home, folder 2 [PH-AHIU.1086–1111]

n.d.

4

67

Unspecified private home, folder 2, negatives [PH-AHIU.1112–1137]

n.d.

Series 5.6: Photographs—AHIU, Events

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

4

68

Cohousing Coops Fundraiser, folder 1 [PH-AHIU.1138–1169]

April 30, 2003

4

69

Cohousing Coops Fundraiser, folder 1, negatives [PH-AHIU.1170–1203]

April 30, 2003

4

70

Cohousing Coops Fundraiser, folder 2 [PH-AHIU.1204–1234]

April 30, 2003

4

71

Cohousing Coops Fundraiser, folder 2, negatives [PH-AHIU.1235–1270]

April 30, 2003

4

72

Cohousing Coops Fundraiser, folder 3 [PH-AHIU.1271–1306]

April 30, 2003

4

73

Cohousing Coops Fundraiser, folder 3, negatives [PH-AHIU.1307–1339]

April 30, 2003

4

74

Puffin Foundation Puffin Room event [PH-AHIU.1340–1367]

n.d.

Series 5.7: Photographs—AHIU, Production Stills

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

4

75

General [PH-AHIU.1368–1371]

2002–2004

4

76

Ourlicht shoot [PH-AHIU.1372–1379]

2002

Series 5.8: Photographs—Digital

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

4

77

AHIU Stills [PH-AHIU.1380–1402]

1940s

4

78

Bundschuh, Damon, Coops [PH-AHIU.1403–1466]

2005

4

79

Camp Nitgedeiget [PH-AHIU.1467–1472]

n.d.

4

80

MCNY Thumbnails [PH-AHIU.1473–1585]

n.d.

4

81

Ziebel, Yok [PH-AHIU.1586–1605]

1940s

Series 6.1: Photographic Material—Mounted Photocopies

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

5

1

Banquets (3 items)

1940s

5

2

Camps, summer and beach (7 items)

1940s

5

3

Clippings (4 items + 1 in oversized)

1942–1994

5

4

Demonstrations, rallies, and marches, including Peekskill (10 items)

1940s–1960s

5

5

Individual, family, and small group portraits (9 items)

1940s–1970s

5

6

I.W.O. marching band (1 item + 1 in oversized)

1940s

5

7

Library clean-out (5 items + 1 in oversized)

1970s

5

8

Shule (3 items)

1940s

5

9

Sports, clubs, and youth activities (20 items)

1940s

5

10

World War II (13 items)

1940s

6

1

Young adult activities (4 items)

1940s

6

2

Oversized (3 items)

1940s–1990s

Series 6.2: Photographic Material—Photocopies

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

6

3

Adult activities

1920s–1970s

6

4

Allerton neighborhood

1920s–1950s

6

5

Camps, summer

1920s–1970s

6

6

Cartoons

n.d.

6

7

Coops Library

1930s

6

8

Coops, general

1920s–1950s

6

9

Co-operatives and other housing developments, Bronx and elsewhere (Amalgamated, Sholem Aleichem, Parkchester, Hillside, and more)

1920s–1970s

6

10

Clubs and youth activities

1940s

6

11

Demonstrations, marches, protests, and pickets

1920s–1970s

6

12

Documents, other

n.d.

6

13

I.W.O. Marching Band

n.d.

6

14

Miscellaneous

n.d.

6

15

Political memorabilia

1930s–1940s

6

16

Portraits

1920s–1990s

6

17

Postcards

n.d.

6

18

Shule

1940s

6

19

Street scenes (New York City)

1910s–1930s

6

20

Union and workplace

1920s–1930s

6

21

World War II

1940s

6

22

Young adult activities

1940s

Series 6.3: Photographic Material—Documentation

Box

Folder

Contents

Year

6

23

Mailing forms

2000s

6

24

Photograph envelopes

2000s

6

25

Photograph notes

2000s

Series 7.1: Friends of the Coops—Audio Interviews

Box

Item

Contents

Year

7

1

Coops Reunion Planning Meeting, parts 1–2

1976–1977

7

2

Coops Reunion Planning Meeting, part 3

1976–1977

7

3

Dubitsky, Goldie, interview, by Paul “Pete” Rosenblum

February 11, 1977

7

4

Friend, Edith, recollection of her interview with Fanny Sheweloff on February 5, 1977, in conversation with Paul “Pete” Rosenblum

February 6, 1977

7

5

Kulkowitz, Harry, interviews, tape 1: Recollections of life in the Coops (side 3); Julie Lugovoy, Boris Ourlicht, Babe Polansky, and Pearl Spivack (side 4) [donated by Adina Berk on behalf of Paul Rosenblum, 10/13/2021]

February 6, 1977

7

6

Kulkowitz, Harry interviews, tape 2: Paula Ackerman, child of a Coopnik (side 1); Sonya and Paula Ackerman (side 2) [donated by Adina Berk on behalf of Paul Rosenblum, 10/13/2021]

February 11, 1977

7

7

Kulkowitz, Harry interviews, tape 3: I. Wallman on final bankruptcy in 1946 (side 1); no label (side 2)[donated by Adina Berk on behalf of Paul Rosenblum, 10/13/2021]

February 6, 1977

7

8

Kulkowitz, Harry interviews, tape 4: Leah Mazur talks with Nick Halebsky (side 1); Tanya Rosenberg talks with Nick Halebsky (side 2) [donated by Adina Berk on behalf of Paul Rosenblum, 10/13/2021]

February 5, 1977

7

9

Kulkowitz, Harry interviews, tape 5: Bella Halebsky on origins of the Coops (side 1) [donated by Adina Berk on behalf of Paul Rosenblum, 10/13/2021]

December 4, 1976

7

10

Kulkowitz, Harry interviews, tape 6: Sonya Ackerman, Yok Ziebel, and Nick Halebsky [donated by Adina Berk on behalf of Paul Rosenblum, 10/13/2021]

February 6, 1977

7

11

Kulkowitz, Harry interviews, tape 7: Recollections of life in the Coops (side 1); Julie Lugovoy, Boris Ourlicht, Babe Polansky, and Pearl Spivack (side 2) [donated by Adina Berk on behalf of Paul Rosenblum, 10/13/2021]

February 6, 1977

7

12

Kwit, Hermy, Esther Kwit, Topsy Eisenberg, and Edith Friend, interview

February 6, 1977

7

13

Lugovoy, Manya, interview, by Paul “Pete” Rosenblum

February 11, 1977

7

14

Orenstein, Lily, interview, by Paul “Pete” Rosenblum

February 5, 1977

7

15

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: on Passover at home in her small town (side A); first arrest in Rovno (Rivne), 1906 (side B)

April 1974

7

16

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: Grandma’s apology, Tura goes to Rome, and “Hands” (side A); “Hands”, continued (side B)

August 4, 1974

7

17

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: Rovno (Rivne) uprising, family reminiscences, and family dinner on Rosh Hashanah

September 25, 1974

7

18

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: “As I Sit and Look Through the Window” (Yiddish), personal reminiscences on Duvid, Chaika, and Job (side A); Women’s work (Depression, neddle trades, early days of union), and the Coops in 1926 (side B)

March 4, 1975

7

19

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: Continued on the Rovno uprising of 1905 (side A); arrival in America, gradual involvement in strike, shop work, Women’s Council, Coops

October 28, 1975

7

20

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: the birth of first child Leah

December 5, 1975

7

21

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: On occasion of 88th birthday (Yiddish)

November 28, 1976

7

22

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: Learning my First Trade

February 15, 1977

7

23

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: Interview by Paul “Pete” Rosenblum

February 19, 1977

7

24

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: Aspirations for her Children, the Coops in 1927

April 1977

7

25

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: Mother’s Day, talking about camp and the Coops (side A); her husband (side B)

May 8, 1977

7

26

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: On when she began to feel old (side A); “My mother died when I was 11 years,” family breaks up, Rose goes to work as a nurse maid in Warsaw (side B)

November 7, 1977

7

27

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: On 89th birthday, short description of early work

November 29, 1977

7

28

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: Paula’s class presentation, Rose Ourlicht, aged 89, on life experiences (side A); Buell on Irving Howe’s World of our Fathers & Howe’s rebuttal (side B)

1977–1978

7

29

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: On time in Rovno, 1904–1906, about Dvora, David, and Mama, narrated during Passover (side A); Chilean music, pre-1973 Allende, with Joan Politzer narrating (taped June 17, 1978 on WBAI)

April 21, 1978

7

30

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: Class presentation, aged mother (side A); Aging (side B)

1977–1978

7

31

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: strike in Warsaw, revolutionary encounter (side A); redo of “My parents,” recollections at age 5 (side B) [tape does not rewind]

n.d.

7

32

Ourlicht, Rose, oral history: Aspirations for her children

n.d.

7

33

Ourlicht, Rose, audio interview, part 1A (on DVCAM)

n.d.

7

34

Rosenblum, Paul (“Pete”), interview with Harry Kulkowitz, part 1

April 6, 1982

7

35

Rosenblum, Paul (“Pete”), interview with Harry Kulkowitz, part 2

April 9, 1982

7

36

Rosenblum, Paul (“Pete”), interview [donated by Adina Berk on behalf of Paul Rosenblum, 10/13/2021]

July 15, 1996

7

37

Miscellaneous (from Ourlicht family): “Commemoration . . . of 6 million Jews” (Yiddish)

April 9, 1975

7

38

Miscellaneous (from Ourlicht family): “Handel”

n.d.

7

39

Miscellaneous (from Ourlicht family): “James I”

n.d.

7

40

Miscellaneous (from Ourlicht family): “James II”

n.d.

7

41

Miscellaneous (from Ourlicht family): “Play off at 49”

n.d.

7

42

Miscellaneous (from Ourlicht family): “Pagliacci, selected”

n.d.

7

43

Miscellaneous (from Ourlicht family): “Record over”

n.d.

7

44

Miscellaneous (from Ourlicht family): “WBAI”

n.d.

Series 7.2: Friends of the Coops—Video Interviews

Box

Item

Contents

Year

7

45

California Coopniks interviews: Beckerman and Rouch; Ganapolers; Toblack and Neviasky; Rosenbergs (VHS Cassette)

August 2000

7

46

Kulkowitz, Harry, interview, part A (DV Cassette)

n.d.

7

47

Kulkowitz, Harry, interview, part B (DV Cassette)

n.d.

7

48

Ourlicht, Rose, interview with Paul “Pete” Rosenblum, part 1 (DV Cassette)

February 19, 1977

7

49

Ourlicht, Rose, interview with Paul “Pete” Rosenblum, part 2 (DV Cassette)

February 19, 1977

Series 7.3: Friends of the Coops—Assorted Audio-Visual Material

Box

Item

Contents

Year

7

50

Kulkowitz, Harry, Coops Reunion #2, photo and slide copies (Hi8 cassette)

n.d.

7

51

Kulkowitz, Harry, home movies (DV master)

n.d.

7

52

Kulkowitz, Harry, home movies (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

7

53

Nesin Family, home movies; Ziebel family, home movies (DVCAM)

n.d.

7

54

Nesin Family, home movies; Ziebel family, home movies (DVCAM)

n.d.

7

55

Ourlicht Family, home movies (DV cassette)

n.d.

7

56

Ourlicht Family, home movies (Digital Betacam)

2003

7

57

Passover, part 1 (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

7

58

Passover, part 2 (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

7

59

Resner, Moe, home movies, part A (DV cassette)

n.d.

7

60

Resner, Moe, home movies, part B (DV cassette)

n.d.

7

61

Resner, Moe, home movies (Video Cassette VT 20C)

n.d.

7

62

Sternthal, David, home movies for Museum of the City of New York, on Sholem Aleichem (DV cassette)

n.d.

Series 8.1: AHIU Recorded Sound—Analog Cassettes

Box

Item

Contents

Year

7

63

Abrams, Carl, interview

September 10, 2003

7

64

Applebaum, Willie, interview

November 22, 2003

7

65

Berk, Phyllis, interview, part 1

March 12, 2000

7

66

Berk, Phyllis, interview, part 2

March 12, 2000

7

67

Brown, Paul, interview

December 3, 2001

7

68

Dubitsky, Goldie, dub

n.d.

7

69

Feldman, Anna, dub

n.d.

7

70

Feldman, Esther, interview

November 16, 2000

7

71

Goldberg, Itche, interview, pt. 1

May 1–2, 2000

7

72

Jackson, Esther Cooper, and Ruben Davidson, interview

November 18, 2003

7

73

Jones Laidman, Janet, interview

February 2, 2004

7

74

Jones Oliver, Margaret

November 16, 2000

7

75

Klein, Bob, interview

April 23, 2001

7

76

Lugovoy, Julie, interview

n.d.

7

77

Mairovitz, David Zane, interview

n.d.

7

78

Mairovitz, David Zane, interview

September 23, 2000

7

79

Manheim, Karl, interview

February 21, 2001

7

80

Manheim, Lisa, interview

n.d.

7

81

Manheim, Sylvia, interview

n.d.

7

82

Marquit, Erwin, interview

n.d.

7

83

Mazur, Pinky, interview

September 20, 2002

7

84

Myerson, Bess, interview (side A); Sandra Primoff Gerson, interview/Susan Zuckerman Kaston, interview on return to Soviet Union (side B) 

October 2002

7

85

Novick, Shirey, interview, pt. 1

May 2, 2000

7

86

Novick, Shirley, interview, pt. 2 (side A); Itche Goldberg, interview, pt. 2 (side B)

May 2, 2000

7

87

Orenstein, Eugene, interview

March 31, 2000

7

88

Ronch, I.E., dub of oral history at Tamiment Library, side 1

April 14, 1980

7

89

Ronch, I.E., dub of oral history at Tamiment Library, sides 3–4

April 14, 1980

7

90

Ronch, I.E., dub of oral history at Tamiment Library, side 5

April 14, 1980

7

91

Ronch, I.E., dub of oral history at Tamiment Library, side 5

April 14, 1980

7

92

Ronch, I.E., dub of oral history at Tamiment Library, side 9

April 14, 1980

7

93

Ronch, I.E., dub of oral history at Tamiment Library, side unlisted

April 14, 1980

7

94

Rosenblum, Paul (“Pete”), dub

n.d.

7

95

Rosenblum, Paul (“Pete”), interview, by Andy Hazelton

June 6, 1999

7

96

Rosenblum, Paul (“Pete”), interview

August 19, 2002

7

97

Rosenstein, Perry, interview

November 20, 2002

7

98

Rosenstein, Perry, and Yok Ziebel, interview, pt. 1

February 22, 2000

7

99

Rosenstein, Perry, and Yok Ziebel, interview, pt. 2

February 22, 2000

7

100

Sanderoff, Judith, interview on Sholem Aleichem Houses (side A); Sylvia Zisman, interview (side B)

September 23–24, 2002

7

101

Shuldiner, Bernie and Norma, dub from DAT, parts 1 and 2

February 16, 2001

7

102

Shuldiner, Bernie and Norma, dub from DAT, part 3

February 16, 2001

7

103

Swerdlow, Amy, interview, part 1

July 27, 2000

7

104

Swerdlow, Amy, interview, part 2 (side A); Yok and Bebe Ziebel, part 1 (side B)

n.d.

7

105

Taback, Simms, interview, part 1

November 6, 2001

7

106

Taback, Simms, interview, part 2

November 6, 2001

7

107

Taylor, Tykie, interview, part 1 (side A); FBI Agent Putnam, interview (side A); Tykie Taylor, interview, part 2 (side B)

December 12, 2001

7

108

Taylor, Tykie, interview, part 3 (side A); Barbara Miller, interview on Amalgamated Houses (side A); Margaret Oliver, interview (side A); Yok Ziebel, movies (side B)

November–December 2001

7

109

Turner, Charles (Chuck), interview, part 1 (side A); Rosenblum, Paul (Pete), interview, final section (side A); Charles (Chuck) Turner, interview, part 1, continued (side B)

September 2002

7

110

Turner, Charles (Chuck), interview, part 2

September 2002

7

111

Vural, Laura, interview

March 13, 2001

7

112

Wasserman, Herbie, interview

October 2002

7

113

Warner, Thomas, interview

December 10, 2001

7

114

Warner, Thomas, interview

August 30, 2002

7

115

Woll, Alice, interview

February 26, 2003

7

116

Wortis, Sophie, Paul, and Sheli, interview

May 20, 2003

7

117

Yeargans, Hartwell, interview

August 14, 2002

7

118

Yellin, Ed, interview, part 1

October 9, 2001

7

119

Yellin, Ed, interview, part 2

October 9, 2001

7

120

Yaker, Ed, interview on Amalgamated Housing Co-operative

November 15, 2001

7

121

Zuckerman, Ben, interview

n.d.

7

122

Zuckerman Kaston, Susan, interview (side A); Bressack, Harriet Nesin, interview (side B)

September 8, 2003

7

123

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview, part 2

July 28, 2000

7

124

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, dub, part 2

July 28, 2000

7

125

Coops advisers, conference, part 1

January 5, 2002

7

126

Coops advisers, conference, part 2

January 5, 2002

7

127

Coops advisers, conference, part 3

January 5, 2002

7

128

Coops advisers, M. Isserman

November 19, 2001

7

129

Coops advisers, Mike Shirley and Paul Buhle

n.d.

Series 8.2: AHIU Recorded Sound—DAT Cassettes

Box

Item

Contents

Year

7

130

Ambient sound (Coops and Amal)

September 2004

7

131

Berk, Phyllis, interview

March 12, 2000

7

132

Dutbitsky, Goldie, interview

1977

7

133

Feldman, Anna, interview

n.d.

7

134

Forman, Izzy, interview

March 12, 2000

7

135

Lavin, Linda, narration

October 29, 2007

7

136

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 1

n.d.

7

137

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 1 (cont.); part 2

n.d.

7

138

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 3

September 17, 2004

7

139

Morocco music; Nefsky’s Klez workshop

n.d.

7

140

Nuchow, Sylvia, interview

February 2002

7

141

Ourlicht, Rose, interview

1977

7

142

Shuldiner, Bernie and Norma, interview, part 1

February 16, 2001

7

143

Shuldiner, Bernie and Norma, interview, part 2

February 16, 2001

7

144

Shuldiner, Bernie and Norma, interview, part 3

February 16, 2001

7

145

Taylor, Ingrid, interview

March 11, 2000

7

146

Taylor, Ruthie, interview

November 16, 2000

7

147

Ziebel, Yok, interview

September 18, 2004

7

148

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview

n.d.

7

149

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, conversation about photographs, part 1

June 12, 2001

7

150

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, conversation about photographs, part 2

June 12, 2001

7

151

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, conversation about photographs, part 3

June 13, 2001

Series 9: Archival Moving Pictures and Recorded Sound [RESTRICTED]

Box

Item

Contents

Year

8

1

Cornell University, Kheel Center, archival material (CD)

n.d.

8

2

Cornell University, Kheel Center, archival material (CD)

n.d.

8

3

Peekskill sound files (CD)

1949

8

4

Peekskill sound files (CD)

1949

8

5

Miscellaneous archival footage: animation tests (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

6

Miscellaneous archival footage: Coops, big picture history (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

7

Miscellaneous archival footage: Peekskill; Palmer raids (MiniDV cassette)

1920s–1940s

8

8

Miscellaneous archival footage: Black beauty contest; New York Central Park, 1936; Cars in Park and city, 1924; Black and whites marching together, 1929; Union Square fighting police; Bronx protest fighting police (MiniDV cassette)

1920s–1930s

8

9

Miscellaneous archival footage: John E. Allen, Inc. material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

10

Miscellaneous archival footage: John E. Allen, Inc. material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

11

Miscellaneous archival footage: John E. Allen, Inc. material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

12

Miscellaneous archival footage: John E. Allen, Inc. material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

13

Miscellaneous archival footage: Detroit Sit-Down Strike; Pearl Harbor (MiniDV cassette)

1940s

8

14

Miscellaneous archival footage: Historic Films material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

15

Miscellaneous archival footage: Grinberg material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

16

Miscellaneous archival footage: MacDonald material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

17

Miscellaneous archival footage: MacDonald material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

18

Miscellaneous archival footage: Getty Images material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

19

Miscellaneous archival footage: Getty Images, Post-War prosperity (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

20

Miscellaneous archival footage: Getty Images material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

21

Miscellaneous archival footage: Getty Images, Fr. Coughlan; Paul Robeson singing (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

22

Miscellaneous archival footage: Grinberg, newsreels on Rosenbergs, Spanish Revolution, Stalin, Empire State Building, FDR’s death; Robeson concert; Brooklyn Navy Yard (MiniDV cassette)

1930s–1950s

8

23

Miscellaneous archival footage: Historic Films, campers (MiniDV cassette)

1929

8

24

Miscellaneous archival footage: Historic Films, happy campers with fashion show (MiniDV cassette)

1929

8

25

Miscellaneous archival footage: Getty Images, Goebels speaking and various Nazi harassment acts (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

26

Miscellaneous archival footage: Soviet newsreel; Agitka short film; Yosl Cutler and His Puppets (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

27

Miscellaneous archival footage: National Archives material; A Better New York State; A Better New York City (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

28

Miscellaneous archival footage: National Archives material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

29

Miscellaneous archival footage: National Archives material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

30

Miscellaneous archival footage: National Archives material (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

31

Miscellaneous archival footage: Getty Images, Mayor Jimmy Walker (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

32

Miscellaneous archival footage: Great Depression; A Job at Ford; The New Deal (MiniDV cassette)

1930s

8

33

Miscellaneous archival footage: Jimmy Walker Story, StreamLine (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

34

Miscellaneous archival footage: New York City, early scenes from Getty Images and Budget Films (MiniDV cassette)

8

35

Miscellaneous archival footage: Industry in Detroit; Stalingrad (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

36

Miscellaneous archival footage: Hitler-Stalin; Palmer raids; May Day in West Berlin, New York, and Tokyo, 1952; May Day Parade in New York (MiniDV cassette)

1950s

8

37

Miscellaneous archival footage: WPA; May Day in Hyde Park; May Day in the U.S., 1937; Getty Images, May Day, 1931 (MiniDV cassette)

1930s

8

38

Miscellaneous archival footage: Tokyo May Day, 1952; Eleanor Roosevelt, 1931; Daily Worker (MiniDV cassette)

1931; 1952

8

39

Miscellaneous archival footage: MCNY, demonstration; YIVO, shuleh; YIVO, shops and shuleh; rent strike (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

40

Budget Films; Getty Images; WPA, footage (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

41

John E. Allen, Inc., footage (MiniDV cassette)

8

42

Getty Images, May Day footage (MiniDV cassette)

1931

8

43

SPPN Images, Grinberg footage (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

44

Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research, footage (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

45

YIVO; Brandeis University, footage (MiniDV cassette)

n.d.

8

46

Video Tapes Library; Historic Films, footage(MiniDV cassette)

8

47

Living in the Coops, transfer of footage reels 1,2, 3, 4, 5 (DVCAM cassette)

September 28, 2004

8

48

Living in the Coops, transfer of footage reels 3, 4, 5 (DVCAM cassette)

December 2, 2004

8

49

MacDonald & Associates (J. Fred MacDonald), footage clone (DVCAM cassette)

n.d.

8

50

Miscellaneous archival footage: MacDonald, The Song of Labor; NARA, Spanish film about Communist leaders, including Henry Winston (DVCAM cassette)

n.d.

8

51

Miscellaneous archival footage: Elevation of Labour; May Day, Union Square, 1931, “Communists Quiet at May Day Under Eye of Police” (DVCAM cassette)

1930s

8

52

Miscellaneous archival footage: WPA, “Time to Remember”; WPA, “Focus on the 40’s”, WW2 model homes; WPA, “Life in the 30s” (DVCAM cassette)

1930s–1940s

8

53

Miscellaneous archival footage: Morning Freiheit; American Labor Party “Tonite Rally”; Sacco and Vanzetti (DVCAM cassette)

1920s–1940s

8

54

Miscellaneous archival footage: FBI propaganda films (DVCAM cassette)

1950s

8

55

Miscellaneous archival footage: Frank Sinatra, “The House I Live In”; wiretapping; Moe Rezner home videos (DVCAM cassette)

1940s–1950s

8

56

Miscellaneous archival footage: McCarthy-era clips of hearing (DVCAM cassette)

1950s

8

57

Miscellaneous archival footage: clean selections for MCNY “Radicals” exhibit (DVCAM cassette)

n.d.

8

58

Miscellaneous archival footage: Peekskill (MacDonald); Paul Robeson in parade; Paul Robeson singing “Joe Hill”(DVCAM cassette)

1940s

8

59

Miscellaneous archival footage: Getty Images, Lower East Side; crowded streets; tenements; children (DVCAM cassette)

n.d.

8

60

Miscellaneous archival footage: Lower East Side, women working; children; New York; street scenes; (Twersky) Great Depression; homelessness; striking workers; Woolworth strike; cooperative sign; garment workers (DVCAM cassette)

1920s–1930s

8

61

Miscellaneous archival footage: Garment workers in the 1930s (DVCAM cassette)

1930s

8

62

National Archives (NARA), footage clone #072852, tape 1 (DVCAM cassette)

n.d.

8

63

National Archives (NARA), footage clone #072852, tape 2 (DVCAM cassette)

n.d.

8

64

National Archives (NARA), footage clone #072931, tape 1 (DVCAM cassette)

n.d.

8

65

National Archives (NARA), footage clone #072931, tape 2 (DVCAM cassette)

n.d.

8

66

National Archives (NARA), footage master #073456, tape 1 (DVCAM cassette)

n.d.

8

67

National Archives (NARA), footage clone #073456, tape 2 (DVCAM cassette)

n.d.

8

68

National Archives (NARA), footage clone #073456, tape 3 (DVCAM cassette)

n.d.

8

69

National Archives (NARA), footage clone #073456, tape 4 (DVCAM cassette)

n.d.

8

70

Budget Films Stock Footage, footage master: elevated train, garment factory (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

71

John E. Allen, Inc., footage master #3149: Communists and activities (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

72

Getty Images, footage master #R-188765-UBKM (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

73

Historic Films, footage master (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

74

MacDonald & Associates (J. Fred MacDonald), footage master (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

75

National Archives (NARA), footage master #073456, tape 1 (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

76

National Archives (NARA), footage master #073456, tape 2 (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

77

National Archives (NARA), footage master #073456, tape 3 (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

78

National Archives (NARA), footage master #073456, tape 4 (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

79

National Center for Jewish Film, Comrade Amram; Yosl Cutler and His Puppets (select footage) (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

80

SPPN Images, Grinberg master (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

81

Newsfilm Archive, footage #master 003406 (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

82

Video Tape Library, Ltd., footage master #27289 (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

83

WPA Film Library, footage master #210855 (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

84

YIVO, footage master (Betacam SP cassette)

n.d.

8

85

John Allen, Inc., footage master #3149: Communism, Subway Construction, Winter Palace (Betacam cassette)

n.d.

8

86

National Archives (NARA), footage master #072852 (Betacam cassette)

n.d.

8

87

National Archives (NARA), footage master #072931 (Betacam cassette)

n.d.

Series 10.1: AHIU Recorded Video—Betacam [RESTRICTED]

Box

Item

Contents

Year

9

1

Ziebel, Bebe, interview

April 12, 2002

9

2

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 1

April 12, 2002

9

3

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 2

April 12, 2002

9

4

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 3

April 12, 2002

9

5

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 4

April 12, 2002

9

6

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 5

April 12, 2002

9

7

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview, part 1

April 12, 2002

9

8

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview, part 2

April 12, 2002

9

9

Shuldiner, Bernie, interview, part 1

June 27, 2002

9

10

Shuldiner, Bernie, interview, part 2

June 27, 2002

9

11

Shuldiner, Norma, interview, part 1

June 27, 2002

9

12

Shuldiner, Norma, interview, part 2

June 27, 2002

9

13

Shuldiner, Norma, interview, part 3

June 27, 2002

9

14

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, interview, part 1

June 27, 2002

9

15

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, interview, part 2

June 27, 2002

9

16

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, interview, part 3; Ourlicht, Boris, interview, part 1

June 28, 2002

9

17

Ourlicht, Boris, interview, part 2

June 28, 2002

9

18

Ourlicht, Boris, interview, part 3

June 28, 2002

9

19

Ourlicht, Boris, interview, part 4

June 28, 2002

9

20

Ourlicht, Boris, interview, part 5

June 28, 2002

9

21

Ourlicht, Boris, Leah, and Shulamit, part 1

June 28, 2002

9

22

Ourlicht, Boris, Leah, and Shulamit, part 1

June 28, 2002

9

23

Ourlicht, Boris, Leah, and Shulamit, part 1

June 28, 2002

Series 10.2: AHIU Recorded Video—MiniDV [RESTRICTED]

Box

Item

Contents

Year

9

24

Coops Long Island Reunion

May 12, 2000

9

25

Seeger, Pete, interview, part 1

June 10, 2000

9

26

Seeger, Pete, interview, part 2

June 10, 2000

9

27

Seeger, Pete, interview, part 3

June 10, 2000

9

28

Edelman, Ester, interview, part 1

November 16, 2000

9

29

Edelman, Ester, interview, part 2

November 16, 2000

9

30

Coops Florida Reunion, Gorky Moreau, interview

February 16, 2001

9

31

Coops Florida Reunion, Sid Morrow, interview, part 1

February 17, 2001

9

32

Coops Florida Reunion, Sid Morrow, interview, part 2

February 17, 2001

9

33

Coops Florida Reunion, Molly Tobias Cucchiaro, interview, part 1

February 17, 2001

9

34

Coops Florida Reunion, Molly Tobias Cucchiaro, interview, part 2

February 17, 2001

9

35

Coops Florida Reunion, Lenny Iskowitz, interview

February 18, 2001

9

36

Coops Florida Reunion, Harry Kulkowitz, interview

February 18, 2001

9

37

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview, part 1

June 13, 2001

9

38

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview, part 2

June 13, 2001

9

39

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, interview, part 1

July 21, 2001

9

40

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, interview, part 2

July 21, 2001

9

41

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, interview, part 3

July 21, 2001

9

42

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, with Amy Swerdlow stills, interview, part 1

July 21–22, 2001

9

43

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, with Amy Swerdlow stills, interview, part 2

July 22, 2001

9

44

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, with Amy Swerdlow stills, interview, part 3

July 22, 2001

9

45

Shuldiner, Ben and Joe, interview

August 10, 2001

9

46

Shuldiner, Joe, interview, part 1

August 10, 2001

9

47

Shuldiner, Joe, interview, part 2

August 10, 2001

9

48

Orenstein, Eugene, interview, part 1

September 16, 2001

9

49

Orenstein, Eugene, interview, part 2

September 16, 2001

9

50

Fordham Trip to Amalgamated and the Coops, part 1

October 5, 2001

9

51

Fordham Trip to Amalgamated and the Coops, part 2

October 5, 2001

9

52

Fordham Trip to Amalgamated the Coops, part 3

October 5, 2001

9

53

Resner, Moe, interview, part 1

October 7, 2001

9

54

Resner, Moe, interview, part 2

October 7, 2001

9

55

Moreau, Tina, interview, part 1

October 8, 2001

9

56

Moreau, Tina, interview, part 2

October 8, 2001

9

57

Moreau, Tina, interview, part 3; Ourlicht family, interview, part 1

October 8, 2001

9

58

Ourlicht family, interview, part 2

October 8, 2001

9

59

Ourlicht family, interview, part 3

October 8, 2001

9

60

Coopniks in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

June 2002

9

61

Taylor, Ruthie, in Jerusalem, interview

June 14, 2002

9

62

The Coops in the present, with Janice Walcott, the gardens, and more

August 21, 2002

9

63

Sholem Aleichem Houses

August 21, 2002

9

64

Coops Florida Reunion

February 9, 2003

9

65

Coops Florida Reunion picnic

February 9, 2003

9

66

Patterson, MaryLouise, interview

November 30, 2003

9

67

Tour of Coops with Yok Ziebel and Julie Lugovoy

August 20, 2004

9

68

Tour of Coops with Michal Goldman and Jason (?)

August 23, 2004

9

69

Ourlicht, Laurie and Boris, interview

May 26, 2005

9

70

Coops Location Scouts with Amy and Sara Swerdlow

January 12, 2004

9

71

Coops scratch animation; Bernie Shuldiner turns; Rose Ourlicht at window; more

n.d.

9

72

Ambient shots at Coops and Amalgamated

n.d.

9

73

Museum of the City of New York, “Radicals in The Bronx” exhibit

2005

Series 10.3: AHIU Recorded Video—DVCAM [RESTRICTED]

Box

Item

Contents

Year

9

74

Ziebel, Bebe, interview, part 1

April 12, 2002

9

75

Ziebel, Bebe, interview, part 2;

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 1

April 12, 2002

9

76

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 2

April 12, 2002

9

77

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 3

April 12, 2002

9

78

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 4

April 12, 2002

9

79

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview, part 1

April 12, 2002

9

80

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview, part 2

April 12, 2002

9

81

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview, part 3

April 12, 2002

9

82

Shuldiner, Bernie, interview, part 1

June 27, 2002

9

83

Shuldiner, Bernie, interview, part 2

June 27, 2002

9

84

Shuldiner, Bernie, interview, part 3;

Shuldiner, Norma, interview, part 1

June 27, 2002

9

85

Shuldiner, Norma, interview, part 2

June 27, 2002

9

86

Shuldiner, Norma, interview, part 3

June 27, 2002

9

87

Shuldiner, Norma, interview, part 4;

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, interview, part 1

June 27, 2002

9

88

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, interview, part 2

June 27, 2002

9

89

Shuldiner, Norma and Bernie, interview, part 3;

Ourlicht, Boris, interview, part 1

June 27, 2002; June 28, 2002

9

90

Ourlicht, Boris, interview, part 2

June 28, 2002

9

91

Ourlicht, Boris, interview, part 3

June 28, 2002

9

92

Ourlicht, Boris, interview, part 4

June 28, 2002

9

93

Ourlicht, Boris, interview, part 5;

Ourlicht, Boris, Leah, and Shulamit, interview, part 1

June 28, 2002

9

94

Ourlicht, Boris, Leah, and Shulamit, interview, part 2

June 28, 2002

9

95

Ourlicht, Boris, Leah, and Shulamit, interview, part 3

June 28, 2002

9

96

Ourlicht, Boris, Leah, and Shulamit, interview, part 4

June 28, 2002

9

97

Libeskind, Daniel, interview, part 1

January 27, 2004

9

98

Libeskind, Daniel, interview, part 2

January 27, 2004

9

99

Jones Sykes, Joyce, interview, part 1

February 27, 2004

9

100

Jones Sykes, Joyce, interview, part 2

February 27, 2004

9

101

Jones Sykes, Joyce, interview, part 3;

Jones trio, interview, part 1

February 27, 2004

9

102

Jones trio, interview, part 2

February 27, 2004

9

103

Jones Laidman, Janet, interview, part 1

February 28, 2004

9

104

Jones Laidman, Janet, interview, part 2

February 28, 2004

9

105

Jones Laidman, Janet, interview, part 3

February 28, 2004

9

106

Swerdlow, Amy, interview, part 1

February 28, 2002

9

107

Swerdlow, Amy, interview, part 2

February 28, 2002

9

108

Swerdlow, Amy, interview, part 3

February 28, 2002

9

109

Swerdlow, Amy, interview, part 4

February 28, 2002

9

110

Swerdlow, Amy, and Harriet Nesin Bressack, interview, part 1

February 28, 2002

9

111

Swerdlow, Amy, and Harriet Nesin Bressack, interview, part 2

February 28, 2002

9

112

Bressack, Harriet Nesin, interview, part 1

February 28, 2002

9

113

Bressack, Harriet Nesin, interview, part 2

February 28, 2002

9

114

Bressack, Harriet Nesin, interview, part 3

February 28, 2002

9

115

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 1

September 17, 2004

9

116

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 2

September 17, 2004

9

117

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 3

September 17, 2004

9

118

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 4

September 17, 2004

9

119

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 1

September 17, 2004

9

120

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 2

September 17, 2004

9

121

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 3

September 17, 2004

9

122

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 4

September 17, 2004

9

123

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview

September 17, 2004

9

124

Rosenblum, Pete, interview, part 1

September 18, 2004

9

125

Rosenblum, Pete, interview, part 2

September 18, 2004

9

126

Rosenblum, Pete, interview, part 3

September 18, 2004

9

127

Rosenblum, Pete, interview, part 4

September 18, 2004

9

128

Rosenblum, Pete, interview, part 5

Patterson, MaryLouise, interview, part 1

September 18, 2004

9

129

Patterson, MaryLouise, interview, part 2

September 18, 2004

9

130

Patterson, MaryLouise, interview, part 3;

Tour of the Coops, part 1

September 18, 2004

9

131

Tour of the Coops, part 2

September 19, 2004

9

132

Tour of the Coops, part 3

September 19, 2004

9

133

Tour of the Coops, part 4

September 19, 2004

9

134

Tour of the Coops, part 5

September 19, 2004

10

1

Roof tops, part 1

n.d.

10

2

Roof tops, part 2

n.d.

10

3

Yaker, Ed, interview, part 1

October 5, 2004

10

4

Yaker, Ed, interview, part 2

October 5, 2004

10

5

Yaker, Ed, interview, part 3

October 5, 2004

10

6

Yaker, Ed, interview, part 4

October 5, 2004

10

7

Yaker, Ed, interview, part 5

October 5, 2004

Series 10.4: AHIU Recorded Video—DVCPRO50 [RESTRICTED]

Box

Item

Contents

Year

10

8

Libeskind, Daniel, part 1

January 27, 2004

10

9

Libeskind, Daniel, part 2

January 27, 2004

10

10

Jones Sykes, Joyce, part 1

February 27, 2004

10

11

Jones Sykes, Joyce, part 2

February 27, 2004

10

12

Jones trio, part 1

February 27, 2004

10

13

Jones trio, part 2

February 27, 2004

10

14

Jones trio, part 3;

Jones Laidman, Janet, part 1

February 27, 2004

10

15

Jones Laidman, Janet, part 2

February 28, 2004

10

16

Jones Laidman, Janet, part 3

February 28, 2004

10

17

Swerdlow, Amy, interview, part 1

February 28, 2002

10

18

Swerdlow, Amy, interview, part 2

February 28, 2002

10

19

Swerdlow, Amy, interview, part 3

February 28, 2002

10

20

Swerdlow, Amy, interview, part 4

February 28, 2002

10

21

Swerdlow, Amy, and Harriet Nesin Bressack, interview, part 1

February 28, 2002

10

22

Swerdlow, Amy, and Harriet Nesin Bressack, interview, part 2

February 28, 2002

10

23

Bressack, Harriet Nesin, interview, part 1

February 28, 2002

10

24

Bressack, Harriet Nesin, interview, part 2

February 28, 2002

10

25

Bressack, Harriet Nesin, interview, part 3

February 28, 2002

10

26

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 1

September 17, 2004

10

27

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 2

September 17, 2004

10

28

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 3

September 17, 2004

10

29

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 4

September 17, 2004

10

30

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 1

September 17, 2004

10

31

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 2

September 17, 2004

10

32

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 3

September 17, 2004

10

33

Ziebel, Yok, interview, part 4

September 17, 2004

10

34

Ziebel, Yok and Bebe, interview

September 17, 2004

10

35

Rosenblum, Pete, interview, part 1

September 18, 2004

10

36

Rosenblum, Pete, interview, part 2

September 18, 2004

10

37

Rosenblum, Pete, interview, part 3

September 18, 2004

10

38

Rosenblum, Pete, interview, part 4

September 18, 2004

10

39

Rosenblum, Pete, interview, part 5

Patterson, MaryLouise, interview, part 1

September 18, 2004

10

40

Patterson, MaryLouise, interview, part 2

September 18, 2004

10

41

Patterson, MaryLouise, interview, part 3

September 18, 2004

10

42

Tour of Coops, part 2

September 19, 2004

10

43

Tour of Coops, part 3

September 19, 2004

10

44

Unlabeled

n.d.

10

45

Tour of Coops

September 19, 2004

10

46

Making of AHIU

September 21, 2004

10

47

Yaker, Ed, interview, part 1

October 5, 2004

10

48

Yaker, Ed, interview, part 2

October 5, 2004

10

49

Yaker, Ed, interview, part 3

October 5, 2004

10

50

Yaker, Ed, interview, part 4

October 5, 2004

Series 10.5: AHIU Recorded Video—DVD [RESTRICTED]

Box

Item

Contents

Year

10

51

Bressack, Harriett Nesin, interview, parts 1–2

February 28, 2002

10

52

Bressack, Harriett Nesin, interview, part 3

February 28, 2002

10

53

Jones trio, interview

February 27, 2004

10

54

Jones Sykes, Joyce, interview

February 27, 2004

10

55

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 1

September 17, 2004

10

56

Lugovoy, Julie, interview, part 2

September 17, 2004

10

57

Ourlicht Family, part 1

June 28, 2002

10

58

Ourlicht Family, part 1

June 28, 2002

10

59

Ourlicht Family, part 2

June 28, 2002

10

60

Ourlicht Family, part 2

June 28, 2002

10

61

Ourlicht, Boris, interview, part 1

June 28, 2002

10

62

Ourlicht, Boris, interview, part 2

June 28, 2002

10

63

Patterson, MaryLouise, interview

September 18, 2004

10

64

Rosenblum, Paul (“Pete”), interview, part 1

September 18, 2004

10

65

Rosenblum, Paul (“Pete”), interview, part 2

September 18, 2004

10

66

Shuldiner, Bernie, interview

June 27, 2002

10

67

Shuldiner, Bernie and Norma, interview, part 1

June 27, 2002

10

68

Shuldiner, Bernie and Norma, interview, part 2

June 27, 2002

10

69

Swerdlow, Amy, interview, part 1

February 28, 2002

10

70

Swerdlow, Amy, interview, part 2

February 28, 2002

10

71

Swerdlow, Amy, and Harriet Nesin Bressack, interview

February 28, 2002

10

72

Yaker, Ed, interview, part 2

October 5, 2004

10

73

Yaker, Ed, interview, part 3

October 5, 2004

10

74

Tour of Coops, part 1

September 19, 2004

10

75

Tour of Coops, part 2

September 19, 2004

10

76

Museum of the City of New York, Radicals in The Bronx, 2005 exhibit

2005

10

77

Museum of the City of New York, Radicals in The Bronx, 2005 exhibit, disc 1

2005

10

78

Museum of the City of New York, Radicals in The Bronx, 2005 exhibit, disc 2

2005

10

79

At Home in Utopia publicity material

n.d.

Series 11: AHIU Production Material [RESTRICTED]

Box

Item

Contents

Year

10

80

Coops Demo, corrected, 11 mins. (MiniDV)

n.d.

10

81

At Home in Utopia, stereo mix, 00:56:48 (MiniDV)

n.d.

10

82

At Home in Utopia, ITVS version, 00:56:40 (MiniDV)

n.d.

10

83

At Home in Utopia, demo, 11 mins. (DVD)

n.d.

10

84

At Home in Utopia, complete score (CD)

n.d.

10

85

At Home in Utopia, audio files, media backup (CD)

n.d.

10

86

Solon Beinfeld, Coops, AIF audio files (CD)

January 16, 2008

10

87

At Home in Utopia, ITVS version (DVD)

February 5, 2008

10

88

At Home in Utopia, Festival Version (DVD)

February 10, 2008

10

89

At Home in Utopia, Stereo Final Mix (DVD)

2008

10

90

At Home in Utopia, Letterbox version, 57 mins. (DVD)

2008

10

91

At Home in Utopia, Independent Lens Broadcast Version, 60 mins. (DVD)

2008

10

92

At Home in Utopia, Letterbox version, 00:56:48 (DVCAM)

2008

10

93

At Home in Utopia, Festival digibeta master, 00:56:48

2008

10

94

At Home in Utopia, Festival beta SP master, letterboxed, 00:56:48

2008

10

95

At Home in Utopia, Festival digibeta PAL, 00:56:48

2008

10

96

At Home in Utopia, Protection digibeta dub, 00:56:48

2008

10

97

At Home in Utopia, Seattle Jewish Film Festival master, 00:56:48

2008