Pepperdine Students Make Progress on Archival Collections
Tuesday, June 18th, 2013
Posted by Jamie Henricks
Two Pepperdine undergraduate students were hired in May to work on projects for Special Collections and University Archives. Their work is a valuable contribution to our goal of making more archival collections available to researchers and more accessible online.
Craig Taylor spent five weeks with the department, working on a variety of collections. He assisted with the ongoing effort to provide more detail to the M. Norvel and Helen Young papers by creating folder lists; helped move our boxes in storage to their permanent locations; assisted Archivist Katie Richardson with surveying the Jerry Weintraub Collection of Motion Picture and Television Program Reels; and rehoused, organized, and wrote a finding aid for the Gavin MacLeod Collection of Scripts. (The Weintraub collection includes film reels from movies such as The Karate Kid , The Avengers , and others. The MacLeod collection includes scripts from productions including The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Love Boat, and others.)
Myia Lane-Vickers continues her work through the summer, also on collections covering various topics. She provided more detail by adding a folder list to the Churches of Christ Church Bulletins and Weekly Programs (covering churches in California, Oregon, and Texas), and is currently working on refoldering and listing scripts and production files from the Ivan Goff Collection of Television Scripts (including shows such as Mannix, The Rogues, and others). A complete list of episodes will be online in the near future.
We appreciate the help of our student workers, and look forward to completing more projects with them in the future! Special Collections and University Archives also welcomes interested students looking for internships with the department. For more information about these collections, to view collection materials or perform research, or discuss internship opportunities, please contact Katie Richardson at email@example.com or (310) 506-4323.