Re: Navajo Film Project (fwd)

Stephen O'Riordan (soriordan@ucsd.edu)
Thu, 13 Mar 1997 13:50:43 -0800

Pam,

I believe those films are together titled Navajo's Film Themselves. They
are indeed silent 16mm film. We purchased our copies, 3/4 video, from MOM A
in New York.

Stephen

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At 11:26 AM 3/13/97 -0800, you wrote:
>Pam--I'm forwarding your query to a listserv for media librarians which I
>manage. Perhaps one of my colleagues can help you out.
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>Regards!
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>PS: videolib folks pls respond to Pam directly (Pam.Mayne@ualberta.ca) as
>well as to the list.
>
>Gary Handman
>Director
>Media Resources Center
>Moffitt Library
>UC Berkeley, CA 94720-6000
>510-643-8566
>ghandman@library.berkeley.edu
>
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>Hello, I am not sure this is going to the right place, but if not please
>forward this note to the appropriate person. I am on the hunt for a copy
>of the Navajo Film Project and although it is not in your catalogue
>listing, I thought, given it is a 16mm film, you may actually have the
>series. There are 8 parts to the series and they are b &W, silent films.
> Ever heard of them.....I am trying to replace our copies. Any
>suggestions you have would be welcome. Thank you
>--
>Pamela M. Mayne Correia Fax: (403) 492-5273
>Osteology Technologist Phone: (403) 492-0189
>University of Alberta
>Edmonton, Alberta
>Canada T6G-2H4
>Pam.Mayne@Ualberta.ca
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