Folder with documents from an architecture workshop at Tuskegee University. The cover of the folder has a central image of unidentified students working at drafting tables. There are architectural drawings and building images in the background. Printed black text above the image reads [CENTER FOR AFRO-AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE / Tuskegee, Alabama / Planning Workshop #4 / January 17-18, 1980 / Tuskegee Institute, Alabama]. At the bottom there is text for [Sponsored By: / Department of Architecture, Tuskegee Institute and the National Endowment of the Arts – A Federal Agency.] The back of the folder has an image of uniformed men outside of a columned building identified as [NEGRO BUILDING].
Inside the folder are three (3) packets of paper, each stapled together. The first packet, titled “Final Workshop,” discusses the proposed creation of a National Resource Center on Afro-American Architecture. There is a workshop schedule on the last page. The other two (2) packets discuss workshop abstracts and speakers, the first on “History, Tradition and Directions of African American Architecture” and the second on “Afro-American Environmental Arts: Relationships and Research.” The packets have black printed text on white paper and the reverse of each page is blank.
This 16mm film is from a collection of home movies shot by J. Max Bond Sr. between 1930-1960. The collection features travel footage, family outings, and gatherings with family and friends.
This 16mm color film is one of ten home movies shot by J. Max Bond Sr. from 1930 to 1960. The footage mainly focuses on family, travel, and educational institutions with which J. Max Bond, Sr. was associated.
Consists of: 16mm Film (a) and Original 400 foot Film Reel (b).
2016.16.2.1a: 16mm film. The film opens with color footage of a group men, women, and children sitting on a porch and smiling at the camera. This is followed by scenes of various people working on farms. Next, there is an out of focus wide shot of a family standing on a porch. There are multiple portrait-style shots of children. Followed by multiple shots of cattle. This is followed by black and white footage of school children and three female school teachers entering a rural school house. There are some interior and exterior portrait-style shots of children smiling at the camera. The same portrait-style shots are then used to capture adults standing in a field on a farm.