TRIBAL VISION ARCHIVE

 

These videotapes arise from the Tribal Vision Network, a van based videotape network supporting cultural innovation in reinhabitory communities along the west coast in the early 1970’s. It was our goal to record lifestyle innovation happening in these communities, edit and feed it back as a way of providing connection and clarifying what was being accomplished - a kind of self-critical tool for cultural innovators.

 

As tribal videographers or scribes, we’re a consciousness function of that culture, aiming too provide feedback, reinforcement and encouragement - distilling the cultural intentions of our movement, developing consistent methods and working criteria for ourselves. These tapes are not documentaries, but a form of tribal journalism, artifacts carved by conscious messengers of culture; they embody the values and intentions of the culture in our selection and editing process as well as in the content. Self-realization via tribal home movies.

 

 

The Pacific Lake  -  Native Medicine  -  Mexican Letters   Videotape Collections 
Restored Videotapes - November 2001      (40 more reels of this series await restoration)

 

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Original Title

Subtitles, Contents

 

 

 

A1b

Pacific Lake, Submaster

Collage poem, Hopi Corn Song opening

A3

#1 Bolinas Totempole

Compendium of the local spirits.

A4

#2 Sonoma County Ranches

Phoenix & Charles Ranch, resettlers.

A5

#3 Pt Arena

Anchor Bay, Food, Fish, Gate, Choir

A6

#5 Big Foot

A Day In The Kitchen w/ Patty

A7

#6 Jerry’s propane Conversion Kit

Any car from gas to propane.

A8

#7 Benbow

Simpsons, Jane’s Dance Class

A9

#8 Black Bear 1

Place, weaving, letter to Michael

A10

#9 Black Bear 2

Firetruck, breakfast at Zoe’s, Music

A11

#10 Whidby Island

Freeman House, Ivory, Michael Tierra 8/9/72

A12

#12 NW Journal

Bandon, Eugene, Portland, North Border

A13

Mt Lion Stew

Leo birthday party, Libre, CO Aug ‘73

A14

A3 Bolinas Water Run

Greg traces Bolinas water from source to ocean.

A15

Outlaw Builders Reel 1

Dome, Agnoli, Sheila – Lloyd Kahn, Shelter Mag.

A16

Outlaw Builders Reel 2

Tim, Tony, Prefab, moving Tim’s shack

A17

Johanna Leary

Setting Benefit for Tim Leary, SF, Fall ‘73

 

 

 

A2

Native Medicine, Master

Old People of California & Nevada, collage poem

A18

Bear Dance

Maidu Bear Dance & Bone Games, 6/73

A19

Blanch Dorman #1

Concow woman recounts forced migration... (1 of 2)

A20

Raymond Darrough #1

Medicine man (contemporary) Carson, Nev.  (1 of 2)

A21

Huichol Maraakames

Mexican peyote shamans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following three edited Collage Poems represent the respective libraries of The Pacific Lake, Native Medicine & The Mexican Letters Series.  Annotated Log Sheets of the 18 other preserved video titles immediately follow.  A catalogue of the entire Tribal Vision Library follows that.  And, finally, a complete video/filmography of Loren Sears can be found on the page of that name.

 

 

A1b

Pacific Lake , Day / Year - Tribal Vision

Recorded summer 1972 from Bolinas, CA to Blain, WA; edited Winter ’73 from the entire collection of Tribal Vision tapes. This is a poem edited around four story lines which all climax near the end. It follows the cyclic pattern of a day, morning to evening, with birth and awakening as the outcome. It is about inventing new culture, West Coast, circa 1972.

 

1:00:03

Prologue: Hopi Corn Song, written and sung by Doc Dachtler, North San Juan, CA. (This tape is unstable at beginning of Song. Some recording garbage exists after song, before Pac Lake opens)

3:42

Opening: Canadian emigration at border. Reentry past Peace Arch and US interrogation:  “Got enough money?”

4:16

Martin MacClain (MM) - Marin Watershed Conference, talking to Gil Bailey “Capital”

4:29

Black Bear (BB) - breakfast table talk  “logging on Know Nothing Creek.”

4:55

MM - “Wealth in terms of capital.”

5:17

Whidby Island, WA.  (WI) - fishing, piano by Michael Tierra, morning clean up.

7:05

MM - “Natural state…exclude Zen Budhists… not many people here before us.”

7:37

Leonard, Charles Ranch garden, Sonoma Co. ”only decent soil around here.”

7:59

Peter Warshal (Co-Evolution Quarterly) doing herbal walk in yard, Bolinas, CA

9:09

BB - “Thunder’s coming on.” Marty watching clouds come in.

9:25

Leonard Charles “We live here on 800 acres…self sufficiency.”

10:20

BB - garden “I expect to see thunder any minute, now.”

10:32

WI - Michael Tierra on piano by candle light.

11:04

MM - “to develop a market place ….Anthropologist’s view ….Colonial View.”

12:46

West Marin zoning, camping hearing. Pt Reyes. “Squatters” (13:12 health officials try to roust bus squatter; 13:50 “beef is with the tipi.

14:11

BB - Zoe jiggles in, Marty still watching clouds.

14:35

Buzzard on wing. Tom T. (Sonoma co.) plays steel guitar riff.

14:55

BB - Rain finally falls on pond. (no thunder though)

15:12

WI - Michael Tierra piano concert continues by candle light

16:36

Jane Lupiner, Benbow, CA, dance/movement class ”have the image of the energy up and out

16:44

Birth sequence photos, Patty & Sunshine @ Big Foot, narrated by father.

18:08

WI - Shasta by candle light. M. Tierra concert continues

19:42

MM -  “system of  distribution… free people … alert to creature in him.”

21:04

black

21:15

Titles   (21:27 EOT)

 

 

 

 A2

Native Medicine  Recorded and edited Fall 1972, with the old people of California and Nevada. Relating medicine to life-style, tradition to place; integration of living community prerequisite to health. Basic introduction to Indian medicine and the series of shaman’s which follow. Raymond Darrough, Shoshone, healing with his Eagle power; Dewey Northrup, a Pyramid Lake Paiute, tanning deer hide and singing songs; Blanche Dorman, Concow, recounting tales of her people and medicine power; Joe Lucas, Pomo, giving a patient’s eye view of how the doctor works; Tom Apperson, Maidu, sings, prays and shows us mushrooms. Against a background of Northern California, the Sierras and Nevada desert margins.

 

1:00:17

Pacific coast, CA, “Standing on the edge of the world….to see what kind of people live here.”

00:44

Raymond Darrough (RD) - Doctoring; stills, singing sequence.

1:08

Coyote Man (CM) - Cleaning deer, road kill near Quincy, CA - aka. Bob Rathbun (BR)

1:13

Dewey Northrup (DN) - Scraping deer hide, song.

1:23

Raymond - “Don’t know who’s son I am. Maybe Jesus, maybe God’s”

1:40

Entering round house tunnel; Maidu song, Tom Apperson.

1:45

Blanche Dorman (BD) - Mama’s story about poisoning trap, and what happened to the apprentice who treated her.

4:23

Coyote Man - road kill, “internal bleeding when you gut a deer”

4:56

Dewey - cutting up deer with CM & Bob Beckwith (BB) (5:40 - Ruby in profile; D’s daughter)

6:31

Coyote Man - “Dr Rathbun; I don’t think this patients gonna make it, Nurse.”

6:37

Raymond - “we all doctors”

6:39

Ruby N - washing, stashing deer carcass in outdoor cooler

7:19

Raymond - “we all doctors” longer version

7:40

Tom Apperson (TA) picking mushrooms near Quincy, CA; artheritis.

8:22

Geyser, hot springs Needles, north end of Pyramid Lake. CM, BB taking waters. Snowy mtns.

10:13

Blanche - Rabbit Woman story, basket roots.

11:53

Dewey - Women’s Flag Dance (puberty) song, deer hooves (used in WFD rattle) boil on stove

12:20

Joe Lucas (JL) - story: watching shaman work, smoking angelica in the pipe, his trance.

12:56

Tom - lighting up Maidu chillum, in ceremonial dress. (13:08 cut away) Circling Round House while Tom singing continues. Entering RH tunnel. (13:38 cut back)  Tom finishing prayer.

14:05

Joe L - effect of doctors singing; locates illness; starts sucking.

15:32

Pyramid Lake, hot springs, snowy mountains (November) (BR, BB)

16:45

Dewey - scraping hair from deer hide (sound of drawknife on hide)

17:39

Tom - cleaning mushrooms “little dirt won’t hurt you” (18:24 identifies Tepi, Butepi, Ingesoti)

19:24

Dewey - soaking hide in deer brains; Wesson oil trick; coloring with smoke.

21:27

Blanche - “go to doctor to get blessed before you pick medicines, or he’ll get it for you.”

21:31

Raymond - healing “let’s go one more time.”

21:48

Joe L - doctor’s trance; removing poison, bug; giving to apprentice for disposal.

22:54

Blanche - men’s lodges; rules and regulations; sweat house

23:13

shore line waves, Pyramid Lake, hot spring soaking. (BR, BB)

24:17

Raymond - “make doctoring place; free man; makes joke, sings     (25:56 black, EOT)

 

 

A21
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Huchol Maraakames Compiled from tapes recorded around San Andreas Coamiata, Huichol Country, Mexico in January and February, 1974, with David Farrelly. Colas, the elder maraakame (medicine man), was dying of cirrhosis of the liver when we arrived to attend the annual Changing of the Rods, new year installation of the village governor. Living around Colas’ compound for a few days; his daughters and their children had returned to help their mother attend their ailing father. Hilario, another maraakame came by to doctor Colas. Hilario gives a classic, archetypal performance in locating and sucking the poison out of Colas. Later, we followed Hilario home, where he told us of another, private ceremony starting the next day that his son, Daniel - also a maraakame - was conducting for a more-affluent Huichol who had experienced loss of some of his cattle (most likely to his poorer neighbors.)

   This was a two day event that seemed aimed at placating the gods and his less fortunate but handy neighbors. A young bull was slaughtered, and its blood smeared on ritual objects like crosses, bowls and bundles of arrows - some cooked for the fiesta and the rest handed out to selected guests and maraakame at the end. The first day was mostly preparation and drinking “tequilla”, an imported, fierce, sugar cane liquor, and tewino, a corn beer home brewed in large gords. A feast was prepared for the second day, with all night singing and praying by Daniel and his apprentices, periodic processions around the compound, while sharing peyote and tequilla with us. The next day the new governor arrived with his body guard/posse and proceeded to deny us permission for any more filming, over the advocacy  of  our hosts and allies.  Back at Daniel’s, he performs & re-enacts peyote ceremonies for us.

 1:00:06

Colas, ill with cirrhosis, sits in the sun outside his kitchen hut, family compound; Daughters and kids came home to attend Colas, portable phonograph playing in yard.

00:52

Hilario, another maraakame, comes by to doctor Colas; family, kids, animals go on as usual. H is locating Colas’ (under hat) illness. Scarring can be seen on C’s abdoman from previous treatments. (Spiting seems to have medicinal effect: mother’s too spit on child’s injury for comfort, like we kiss hurts.)

5:55

Hilario locates and gathers poison (bug, illness) then sucks it out & throws is away. Repeats.

7:49

Hilario and colas talk after treatment “who are these guys? They came from airport to visit Colas.”  (8:52) great face shot, clothes, bags while wife is cooking food for Hilario

9:46

Fiesta at well-to-do Huichol family’s compound. Killing and bleeding the bull.

10:39

Carrying bags of ritual objects, host in suit and Mexican hat

11:08

In coumpund, family prepares to dab blood on ritual objecs

11:26

Daniel in maraakame’s chair, men drink teuilla. (11:42 Eligio, a cantador, stands nearby.

12:11

Host passing tequilla to Hilario

12:40

Eligio asks David if we didn’t bring any tequilla.

14:09

Eligio and apprentice play minature violin and guitar riffs. Note men’s embroidered clothes.

15:13

David shows Eligio “Artes de Mexico” issue on Huichol culture.

16:13

Daniel looks at “Artes de Mexico” pictures of Huichol houses. Note D’s sinister laugh

17:25

Skinning bull (17:35 skinner asks for “cinquenta pesos” in paymebnt for taking pictures (National Geographic crew was here month before, paid for pictures. Money seems to frequently grease slide in Huichol dealings.

18:01

tired, slightly inebriated men in brightly feathered hats, rest in afternoon.

19:20

Women in hut, assemble & wrap tamales for tomorrow’s feast.

20:20

David narrates, bee hives made from hollow logs.

20:40

Candles in gourd cups for night time processions.

21:07

Daniel sings prayers with sidemen accompanying, around fire.

24:27

Daniel’s sinister laugh, face - repeat.

24:37

at Daniel’s, day after feast, sets out peyote strings; with Angel & wives, enact peyote journey (Wirukita) ceremonies for camera. 25:53 dances; 27:03 blessing w/ smoke, feather muwieri

28:10

D answers David’s questions regarding peyote dances, muwieri (spirit feather wands)

28:44

Selling pottery. Like most maraakames, D is also an entrepreneur. Living near the air strip, he imports cheap pottery, cigarettes, beer and cookies to sell to other Huichols.

29:21

Angel noodles on mini violin while others are called over to dance.

29:50

Daniel playing violin.

30:10

Angel appropriated bow saw we brought as gift (H’s use hatchets to cut all their wood)

30:36

Loren joins Angel to stamp dance; others join, playing around as tape runs out.

32:47

EOT

 

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The Following 18 titles are the Annotated Journals from the Tribal Vision Network:

A3

Bolinas Totempole 1971 /72

These are excerpts from Town Television tapes shot from December ‘71 thru Spring ‘72 in Bolinas, CA. They detail events occurring within the community concerned with land, water, and habitiation issues.

1:00:10

Judith Weston’s birthday party. Greg Schindel singing, Magda Craig (Huey Lewis’s mom) backup on shakers.

2:04

Greg Hewlett’s Water Run. Bolinas water system sources, delivery, storage, outflow. Made for the Bolinas Land Fair, Jan ’72.

3:46

Scowley’s Restaurant - Service. Orville Schell and other BPUD commissioners are served with summons from law suit by irate developers over moratorium on water hookups.

7:34

Greg Hewlett’s Drinking Story. Greg got drunk and charged into the developer’s car on main street, breaking his shoulder, denting the car. It complicated the town water board controversy between traditional elements and new, eco-conservative residents restraining growth and housing development, leading to local control and a new sewer treatment system.

9:55

Daily News Report (Fall 1971) Persimmon Smith, by Joanne Kyger. We used to do a new tape per day that was shown at night in Scowleys restaurant. Some days local news was light.

10:09

Bolinas grade school Christmas Party.

12:14

Peter Warshall, Tour of local herbs in Peter & Joanne’s back yard.

19:03

J Weston’s birthday party(again). Bo folk, kids on horses, B&B Creeley, Jack Boyce, Brenda McManus, Harriet Kossman, Russ Reviere, Piero Resta, etc

21:50

Watershed Conference on Mt Tamalpias, June 72. Martin MacClain talking to Gil Bailey of the San Francisco Ecology Center.

30:02

Weston’s party, citizens circle dancing, Greg Schindell’s “Country Girls”.

31:54

Bolinas Peninsula from Mt Tam ridge, above Stinson Beach.

 

A4

Sonoma County Ranches - Phoenix, Charles

1:00:21

Olema Junction, Coast Highway 1 and Sir Francis Drake Hwy. Driving into Pt Reyes Station. With Jessie Collin Young (an Inverness Ridge resident) singing

1:39

Connie’s dome at Phoenix Ranch, Cazadero, CA. 

Phoenix Ranch Free School. Olga, den mother.

7:20

Sawyers building new house

10:29

Coast Range Hills on way to Tom’s

10:50

Tom’s place. Playing side guitar (15:06 used in mix, Pacific Lake)

 

 

15:31

Charles Ranch, near by Phoenix. Vickie Ziegler, Leonard Charles; Jim Dodge, three others absent. Gardens, repair projects, talks on self-sufficiency.

28:50

Driving out of Charles Ranch, local radio accompaniment.

29:43

Small logging operation along road out.

 

 

 

A5

Pt Arena, The Land, The Village

1:00:05

Anchor Bay tunes. Watching mainstreet and listening to radio sound track.

3:54

Roger Frazer’s shop, Pt Arena

5:00

Goose in VW  van

5:40

The Dandelion Health Food Store, PA

6:30

Salmon finshing boats, PA Harbor

9:35

Roger Frazer’s river crossing tramway, dual cables - demonstrated

14:28

Roger F’s flush gate opener, main gate, The Land. Toilet flush operated. Still perfecting

17:39

Phantom Choir, Pt Arena town choir rehearsal. Everybody in town was in it.

25;29

The Village, commune near Pt Arena. Erecting tipi

26:42

Penny Willow’s dome. Leaks and hot house effect noted

27:32

Village walkabout

29:00

Kitchen activity at The Village.

31:50

end of tape

 

 

 

A6

Big Foot, a commune north of Fort Bragg, CA    7/14/72

Met a crew from Big Foot at a homemade saw mill near Albion where they were milling lumber from trees felled at BF for their building projects. They invited me to stop in as I passed through. Patty spent the day in the kitchen cooking for dinner as other members built houses and repaired car. Patty makes bread, pies and stew. We see photos of her childbirth Sunshine. Peter, Dick, Terry, Sylvia, et al.

1:00:00

Kitchen, Patty making pies

1:41

Shot of videographer, Loren

2:20

Patty showering, checking pies dripping wet

3:45

Main house, kitchen, great room, shower

5:01

Snapping chilis for stew off vine

9:58

Gut from New York experience rebuilding truck engine

10:40

Birth photos of Sunshine/Patty narrated by father, Dick

12:32

Patty w/ Sunshine, making bread

20:13

P making stew

24:52

Dinner bell

28:40

Serving dinner

29:40

Repeat scene, Jesse Collin Young sound track

30:51

Truck engine, building projects

32:50

End Of Tape

 

 

 

A7

Propane Conversion / Albion Women’s Fair.

Jerry Friedberg, Pt. Arena Volkswagon Garage, assembles a kit that converts almost any auto to run on propane gas. He shows how it works and how to install it, 6/30/72. Albion Women’s Fair, billed as “Pary to Free Stephanie Kline.” At some kind of Grange Hall, near Albion, CA , July 1, 1972.

1:00:02

Garage sign

00:11

A VW Van with installation in place (although converter is removed), J shows layout.

4:20

Jerry Friedberg, in person

5:02

Inside garage, J explains “converter”, kit parts and hookup.

13:42

Polution, economic facts of propane conversion

16:59

Drawbacks to propane

21:41

Engine performance on propane

 

 

22:42

Women’s Festival

26:42

Medieval Music consort, photos, books, crafts, art

33:21

Cheerleader Skits

34:00

EOT

 

 

 

 

A8

Benbow, CA and beyond.

Visit to David Simpson and Jane Lupiner at home, Jane’s Dance class in Benbow, 7/18/72 Jane and David are part of the large Mime Troup/Digger/Black Bear family. David worked on local salmon enhancement projects, collaborating with Lynn House and Peter Berg on early  Planet Drum. Jane teaches dance and movement (for pregnant women, too.)

00:10

David Simpson (stills)

2:08

Jane, David, Gabby and Loren - Omar, Jacob, and unkown fourth kid.

4:00

Judy Quick, emerging from door

5:52

Gabby in dress, Jane in doorway w/ Omar

6:54

Carving turkey

8:05

Jane’s dance/exercise class

 

 

22:54

Road scenes north of Benbow, Hwy 101

24:16

Scotia (?) Lumber mill

24:45

River, moon over ridge

26:30

EOT

 

 

 

A9

Black Bear, tape 1

July 21,22 1972 Storm clouds promised rain and lightning while we were there, so the crew boarded the flatbed and went down to Sawyer’s Bar hoping to land fire fighting jobs. Also, we made a video letter and they sent garlic and flute with us for Michael Tierra and Lynn House’ clan living up on Whidby Island in WA.

00:03

Yard shot, cars, dome, tipi

00:51

car engine destined to become a saw mill

1:18

Goats

1:57

dome

2:09

Black Bear Quartz Mine safe

2:12

Kids in p/u bed

2:34

goat sucking on tank

2:47

Loom - setting up warping board

4:07

Redwood removing, winding skein from loom. Other woman unidentified

5:26

Harriet Kossman, my video and traveling partner

5:49

Looming continues

13:13

Kid, Pots, Richard Marley playing music

13:57

Marty cleaning kid’s butt

14:04

unidentified

14:20

Elsa Marley and Harriet K

14:28

Marty checking out thunder clouds: ”there’s a storm coming”

14:51

Garden, long shot. Liz or Mahaj(?) with hoe

15:09

Garden, pan to Marty “I expect to see lightning any minute”

15:17

Mahaj and child (Kishwolf?)

15:35

Kid

15:47

topless Zoe & Marty

16:06

Apple tree, Zoe

16:44

Clouds, sky

17:02

Kid in pack @ tipi, unidentified bearded man

17:27

Yard shot from above w/ Malcome & Zoe

17:50

goats, yard

17:59

chipmunk

19:57

Stills- Elsa “letter to Michael…Gail, Lynn, Luna, Shasta, Yoni, etc.

20:41

New Kitchen, Elsa shooting for Michael

23:12

Dancing in new kitchen. Various people, dancers, muscians, on-lookers

27:45

Cedar singing to Michael

 

A10

Black Bear #2 contined

1:00:02

Zoe’s outdoor kitchen. Harriet K

00:41

Mark, Redwood

1:18

Elsa, Richard, kids: “Hello to Michael”

1:40

Rain on pond, finally came

2:18

Power Wagon

2:38

goat licking boot

3:05

boarding fire truck for Sawyers Bar

3:22

dosing goats (Burnadettes?)

3:43

Unidentified guy, Zoe @ power wagon

5:00

Cedar, Mahaj ? going out to fire

6:25

Chopping wood at Zoe’s w/ Malcom’s, Mark, Harrriet’s voice

8:11

Liz Nix ? w/ infant

8:34

breakfast table @ Z’s: (used in Pac Lake edit)

10:45

Zoe & baby

12:48

Richard M

13:07

garden path, people passing. Brian on crutches

13:56

pogs

15:17

Cedar, Richard playing “by the banks of the Ohio”

19:43

kids on porch, music continues.    (33:05  EOT)

 

 

 

A11

Whidby Island, near Langley, WA 8/8/72. Lynn House (aka Freeman House, Lynn Pine) Ivory Waterworth, Michael Tierra, Gail, another Michael (?), kids: Shasta, Yoni, Sierra; Leka Jumping Fawn and child, Morning Glory. We were sent here from Marty MacClain and Black Bear family. We exchanged goods we’d been carrying from CA, viewed tapes, went fishing. MT’s bus had burned up some time before and they were outfitting a new one. Harriet Kossman shows up in some of the pictures, too.

1:00:07

Shasta, stills

00:55

Michael(?) tossing child

1:06

Garden w/ Ivory

2:04

Lynn House, preparing to go fishing

4:11

Truck ride to dock

4:58

Fishing dock

7:22

Outboard motor startup

9:05

Lynn & Michael fishing from boat

10:58

Fishing from dock

11:35

M Tierra playing piano by candle light

14:08

Shasta w/ candle

16:24

Receiving gifts from Black Bear

17:08

Morning, outside. M Tierra bringing homemade wine to me

18:13

Racking homemade wine from carbouy - Lynn, Tierra, Debbie (?)

22:25

Shasta pounding nails, Michael shaving

24:36

Tierra massaging Ivory “calcium pills for headache”

25:32

Leka Jumping Fawn hanging clothes

26:37

Michael Tierra’s new house-truck, Gail working on

27:20

Watering corn that had grown back up in place M’s old bus had burned down; “Old indian trick: burn truck plant seeds”

29:40

EOT

 

 

 

A17

Johanna Leary North Beach, San Francisco, CA Fall ’73. Johanna had come to town to raise money to help get Tim released from Folsom Prison. She produced a number of benefits, this one at the Matrix on Broadway, showing a film she and a Sacramento TV station had been able to shoot in prison w/ Leary, bands and other films. I sensed a bit of flim flam about her act so I hung out with the video to observe the Acid Queen and her methods. Later, she devoted her time to publicizing the comet Kahoutek as some kind of cosmic signal and then left town owing a bunch of money to her creditors.

1:00:07

Going to Finnoccios on Broadway, North Beach with an entourage of guys.

00:56

talking about premonitions of Jim Clancey, Eearth News Service.

2:08

Entering Matrix for benefit rehearsal

3:00

Going to get film for rehearsal, reading a letter she had just sent Tim in prison

5:08

Rehearsal w/ film

6:55

Johanna introduces film @ benefit

10:50

Kahoutec announcement

12:15

EOT

 

 

 

 

 

A12

NW Journal Early August, 72, Bandon, OR (7/26) to Blain, WA (8/11) Visited Bill Bradbury in Bandon, Jack Eyerly, Portland, Border crossing Blain, WA where we were refused entry.

1:00:02

Fisheye traveling shot around Harriet, Bill’s diner, Bandon, OR

00:09

Bill, in kitchen. Bill was Optic Nerve videographer in SF, after stint with KQED’s Newsroom. He and Betsy moved to Bandon, bought ocean bluff restaurant. Later ran for state legislature, was president of senate, then secretary of state; ran for governor, lost in primary. Failed bid for US Senate.

00:40

Betsy prepping

00:54

repeat of Harriet

1:06

customers, musician, views around restaurant

2:26

Harriet & Betsy

3:05

Bill “That’s real food”

4:11

Bets, Harriet, Bill, others around table

 

 

4:45

Harriet - freeze

5:01

Loren washing van windows

9:12

driving shots

11:50

Sunburst, Rainier Beer sponsored gathering in Eugene,7/30.

16:58

Harriet dressing in front seat, in motion

17:45

parrot “Rumiaco”

19:30

Viola showing Harriet the banjo case she sewed for me

 

 

20:00

Outdoor video showing, Jim Douglas’, Portland 8/6: Jack & Polly Eyerly, Harry Dawson, Seth Ulman, Robt Sumner & Denice Jacobsen, The Peterson family, Lk Oswego. Harriet.

 

 

22:47

Trojan Nuclear plant cooling tower (Ranier, OR) from I-5 Kelso WA.

25:14

Load of tires going by on freeway

 

--- visited Olympia WA, Evergreen St .College, and Whidby Island/Lynn House --

25:36

Canadian border crossing, Lynden WA. We were denied entry.

26:xx

Exterior shots by Harriet as she waited for me.

30:24

Harriet worrying on mic that they have “impounded Loren”

30:42

Peace Arch Blain. When they wouldn’t let us in at Lynden, we went over to Blain and tried entering there. No dice

30:56

American border guard on re-entry. “Got any money” used in Pac Lake tape

32:46

EOT

 

 

 

 

A13

MT. Lion Stew early August ’73 visit to Huerfano Valley, CO where the Libre community, along with several others were located. Peter Rabbit, Steve & Pat Rains were at Libre. Red Rocks, housing a wild crew from Chicago (The Red Rockers), Dan Archuleta, Medicine roaders. This was a birthday party for Leos at a local creek waterfall. Rockers claimed to have killed a mountain lion who was hassling their goats, and brought a stew of his meat to this event.

1:00:03

Gathering at the waterfall

10;15

“Mt Lion chili”

10:21

drum/chanting

 

 

 

A14

Bolinas Water Run February 1972, for the Land Fair, 2/19/72. Greg Hewlett and Orville Schell narrate the details of the town’s water course from Arroyo Hondo sources to Lagoon outfall pipe. Peter Warshall, Russ Reviere, Susan ? along for ride.

1:00:05

Greg, upper reservoirs, pipe heads

6:25

Filter plant, workmen instaling

9:43

RCA radio antennae, Coast Guard transmitter site

11:11

water pipes crossing

12:00

Mesa storage tanks

14:15

Mesa residential areas

23:09

Marin County road crews maintaining Maple Rd

24:04

Ocean overlook, Terrace Road

27:32

Brighton Road, downtown Bolinas

29:02

Wharf Road to Outflow pipe at Lagoon mouth

31:34

Bolinas-Olema Road near school and proposed sewer lagoon sites (later changed to mesa)

 

 

 

 

A15

Outlaw Builders #1 Lloyd Kahn commissioned these two tape on alternative, low cost building, to take to an MIT Hi-Tech architecture conference. Edited 5/1/72.

1:00:22

Lloyd leads tour of his own dome, Bolinas, CA discusses inefficiencies and problems

7:59

 Val Agnoli’s croisant shaped house above Stinson Beach, CA. Agnoli was a sculptor and boat builder recently turned to creative house building. He laminated the beams in place,  boat rib approach; structure is all roof, like an inverted boat hull.

10:28

Agnoli’s Mushroom House, 3 story beside Mt Tam road into Stinson.

11:46

Croissant house interriors, ceiling, custom fireplace.

16:41

A Japanese style house Val’s building uphill from the store in Stinson. It is literally built on the rocks which are included in the interiors, multilevel, stepping down the hill.

22:56

Shed (residence) from recycled materials behind Lloyd’s dome.

25:40

Sheila’s shed from salvaged lumber, Bolinas.

31:20

EOT

 

 

 

 

A16

Outlaw Builders #2 Spring ‘72

1:00:15

Tim’s shed, Bolinas – under 100 sq ft, about $100 total cost.

5:26

Another shed, Bolinas

12:56

A soulless, prefab house going into place on Elm Street, Bolinas

15:13

A Bolinas crew disassembling a barn in Petaluma for reassembly in Bolinas. Greg Hewlett, Russ Reviere, Harriet Kossman, Susan Resta, kids, Steve Matson

19:43

Moving Tim’s shed. After building the house behind which Tim had his shed, it had to be moved about a quarter mile away. About twenty people got together one Sunday and hoisted it onto the back of Tim’s pickup and teetered it down the street to its new location. A few tree branches later, the house could not be lifted from the truck and put down as it had been placed there, but ingenuity won the day when someone spotted a pile of board mill-ends. They were stacked under each corner until the shed rested above the truck bed. The truck was then driven out and the shed lowered to the ground by removing a few boards from each corner at a time! The following Sunday a party was held to celebrate the accomplishment and view the videotapes.

32:44

EOT

 

 

 

 

 A2

Native Medicine  Recorded and edited Fall 1972, with the old people of California and Nevada. Relating medicine to life-style, tradition to place; integration of living community prerequisite to health. Basic introduction to Indian medicine and the series of shaman’s which follow. Raymond Darrough, Shoshone, healing with his Eagle power; Dewey Northrup, a Pyramid Lake Paiute, tanning deer hide and singing songs; Blanche Dorman, Concow, recounting tales of her people and medicine power; Joe Lucas, Pomo, giving a patient’s eye view of how the doctor works; Tom Apperson, Maidu, sings, prays and shows us mushrooms. Against a background of Northern California, the Sierras and Nevada desert margins.

1:00:17

Pacific coast, CA, “Standing on the edge of the world….to see what kind of people live here.”

00:44

Raymond Darrough (RD) - Doctoring; stills, singing sequence.

1:08

Coyote Man (CM) - Cleaning deer, road kill near Quincy, CA - aka. Bob Rathbun (BR)

1:13

Dewey Northrup (DN) - Scraping deer hide, song.

1:23

Raymond - “Don’t know who’s son I am. Maybe Jesus, maybe God’s”

1:40

Entering round house tunnel; Maidu song, Tom Apperson.

1:45

Blanche Dorman (BD) - Mama’s story about poisoning trap, and what happened to the apprentice who treated her.

4:23

Coyote Man - road kill, “internal bleeding when you gut a deer”

4:56

Dewey - cutting up deer with CM & Bob Beckwith (BB) (5:40 - Ruby in profile; D’s daughter)

6:31

Coyote Man - “Dr Rathbun; I don’t think this patients gonna make it, Nurse.”

6:37

Raymond - “we all doctors”

6:39

Ruby N - washing, stashing deer carcass in outdoor cooler

7:19

Raymond - “we all doctors” longer version

7:40

Tom Apperson (TA) picking mushrooms near Quincy, CA; artheritis.

8:22

Geyser, hot springs Needles, north end of Pyramid Lake. CM, BB taking waters. Snowy mtns.

10:13

Blanche - Rabbit Woman story, basket roots.

11:53

Dewey - Women’s Flag Dance (puberty) song, deer hooves (used in WFD rattle) boil on stove

12:20

Joe Lucas (JL) - story: watching shaman work, smoking angelica in the pipe, his trance.

12:56

Tom - lighting up Maidu chillum, in ceremonial dress. (13:08 cut away) Circling Round House while Tom singing continues. Entering RH tunnel. (13:38 cut back)  Tom finishing prayer.

14:05

Joe L - effect of doctors singing; locates illness; starts sucking.

15:32

Pyramid Lake, hot springs, snowy mountains (November) (BR, BB)

16:45

Dewey - scraping hair from deer hide (sound of drawknife on hide)

17:39

Tom - cleaning mushrooms “little dirt won’t hurt you” (18:24 identifies Tepi, Butepi, Ingesoti)

19:24

Dewey - soaking hide in deer brains; Wesson oil trick; coloring with smoke.

21:27

Blanche - “go to doctor to get blessed before you pick medicines, or he’ll get it for you.”

21:31

Raymond - healing “let’s go one more time.”

21:48

Joe L - doctor’s trance; removing poison, bug; giving to apprentice for disposal.

22:54

Blanche - men’s lodges; rules and regulations; sweat house

23:13

shore line waves, Pyramid Lake, hot spring soaking. (BR, BB)

24:17

Raymond - “make doctoring place; free man; makes joke, sings     (25:56 black, EOT)

 

 

 

 

A18

Bear Dance and Hand Games Gladys Menkin’s, Janesville, CA June 1973. Every spring the Maidu host a Big Time where the Bear Dance is held and neighboring tribes are invited to gamble in the hand game (bone game, stick game, grass game.) It is their annual New Year celebration, placating the awakening Bear and Rattle Snake, washing away the past and establishing good relations for the coming year. It begins on Saturday with gambling and preparations. Some even arrive on Friday. On Sunday a Maidu sunrise ritual is held and dance groups perform, gambling continues until the Bear Dance in the afternoon, and a few die-hard gamblers continue after everyone else has gone. Food is provided throughout, with a huge fire pit full of venison and cooking crew; everyone helps out and it just comes together; most visitors camp overnight at the grounds. Bob Rathbun, aka Coyote Man, was our collaborator on all California Indian affairs.

1:00:17

Rattle Snake flag w/ alder-dyed cedar “snakes” hanging from pole. Voice of one questioning videographer about permission to shoot. V sez “Tom (Apperson, BD headman) said its ok.”

1:16

Bear hide worn in ceremony. Special hide has yellow “sunburst” marking on chest!

1:21

Two Paiute gambling teams: one from Pyramid Lake, NV, other from Owens Valley, CA

10:14

Bear Dance circle, Tom Apperson is headman. Fritz Riddelle, Cal State Anthropologist next to Gladys Menkin in circle.

11:57

Joe Marine, bear, molesting children, women. Wormwood (munmuni) branches used to discipline bear and snake. Both hibernating animals, awake crumpy, aggressive in spring!

18:25

Bear dancing with Gladys M

19:14

Procession to creek to wash away last year’s dust

21:24

Gladys washing at creek

22:50

Beer drinking crowd - practice discouraged, success of policy varies year to year.

22:55

Tom Apperson watches last game by diehards after everyone else has gone home. Lena.

32:06

EOT

 

 

 

 

A19

Blanche Dorman #1 November 1972. Blanche is a Concow (foothill Maidu from around Oroville) living at Round Valley, CA - a reservation onto which many gold country tribes, including Blanche’s grandmother, were driven in the 1850’s and 60’s. It was a brutal drive at bayonet-point by the military, killing many, separating families, spouses and children. The resident Yuki, Nomalaki and Yailaki attacked the new arrivals, so the Army moved them to Noyo, near Ft Bragg on the coast, for several years until the reservation violence could be quieted, then brought back. Others, like the Pitt Rivers, were taken by boat down the Sacramento River, out the Golden Gate and up the coast to Noyo..

 

By the time they returned, the rich bottom land was staked out by the rancher/indian agents who brought in their cattle herds from Missouri. The town of Covelo was headquarters, while reservation tribes were settled on the surrounding, scrufty, dry foothills. The indians were enslaved to build ranches for the white agents, including redwood rail fences still visible today along the highway; they intermarried with Spanish men; children were sent to Chemawa Indian School near Salem Oregon to learn laundry, cooking and housekeeping. When they returned they could work as maids for the white ladies.

 

Blanche tells many stories of the trip over, at Noyo and at Round Valley; of peoples attempts to get away and go back home & abandoned babies which her Grandmother picked up and raised. There was lingering animosity and mistrust between tribes, and in reel 2, Blanche tells a story of a “poisoning” that happened to her mother.

1:00:00

Estelle Beard, local historian and publisher of Round Valley newspaper; pictures of RV past.

1:09

Blanche Dorman w/ “grand daughter” about white/native relations at Round Valley Res.

2:35

How Concows came to RV from Butte County (Oroville, Yankee Hill). Rations, allotments.

4:25

Held and driven to RV. B’s mother born back over there when Grandmother went back later for short stay. Dates drives w/ Pres Filmore ~1853-55 ?? Coyote Man sez was ~1865.

6:55

Tales from the drives - death, brutality

7:55

Immigrant Pass named

8:20

GM’s bayonet scars

9:10

Picked up abandoned baby, raised it

10:25

Elk in valley

11:00

Drive on to ocean, Noyo

11:43

Rail fences built by indian slaves, treatment of indians

14:07

Noyo experiences - ceremonies, ship rations, food, kidnapping

17:16

GM dies 1913

17:35

Escapes from drives

20:25

Mt Lassen, Pitt Rivers boated down Sacto R out GG to Noyo

21:00

Tales from Yankee Hill roundups

23:35

Why were drives? Cattle killing, gold rush

24:40

Drive tales - Indians against indians, Yuki vs Concow

27:25

Length of march - 2 month coming

28:10

Flora ? Clark - 107 yrs old on drive - “like a funeral”

28:38

Mama, Annie’s, tale - came back over when she was 12 w/ Mary Aswill (Asbill, Ashwill)

29:55

Soldier’s Quarters became boarding school

31:10

Mama worked to learn canning, etc.

 

 

 

A20

Raymond Darrough #1 November 1972. This is the first part of a two-day healing ceremony performed by Raymond, a Shoshone man living near Dayton Nevada, on Tom Apperson, a Maidu elder suffering from arthritis, who we had brought from Quincy CA. Raymond uses special sagebrush wand and sacred eagle feather, songs and prayers to heal. He teaches with anecdotes and apocryphal stories between sets. These recordings were made with special permission from Raymond, and are not released for general broadcast. Reel #2 is the remainder of this first day ceremony. No recordings were made the second day, when the ritual was essentially repeated.

1:00:05

Raymond’s painting he made of his eagle vision

00:35

R talks w/ Bob Rathbun (aka Coyote Man) about doing audio tape. R didn’t want it.

00:51

Raymonds starts by talking about himself, the source of his power and vision

1:50

Dreaming about Pearl Harbor 1 year before

3:07

“Don’t know who’s son I am. Maybe Jesus, maybe God’s” Goes to get medicine stuff

4:00

Joke about white girls

4:28

“Tell me how you feel?” Tom: rheumatism, hot springs

6:40

Eagle feather power

7:55

“Why they grow up?” Mystery of life

9:10

Starts Singing

9:43

Talks: “More than onetime you ready to die”

10:30

Sings    (10:50 - power song;  12:10  uses hands)

14:35

Talks: “How you feel?” Rolls smoke “you thinking about dying”  ( 16:00 Why sickness come to us?    16:37 Language, “make it up anyhow.”

17:05

Looking at R’s picture of eagle (said he got feathers by climbing tree to nest!)

18:33

Sings

18:55

Talks: “Some kinda indian doctor”; “Think he gets well”  “We all doctors”

21:30

Sings

23:35

Talks: “Good thing you bring him”  24:14 “Not old”   24:30 R’s wife died, shots, pills.

25:56

Talks: “My word’s good to every people - I live all the people.”

27:10

Story about Frog’s hair cut in jail. (reference to Tom’s hippies that tore up hot springs)

27:59

Shows hand game moves

29:35

Sings

30:04

Interrupts briefly: If sun never comes out again … pray to our Dad.” Continues singing.

32:10

“They gonna come again tomorrow.”

 32:50

“Never see a man like this (R about himself?)

33:03

EOT

 

________________________________________________

This is the Complete Listing of the Trival Vision Archive:

  Titles needing preservation as of 3/15 in green.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reel #

Date

THE PACIFIC LAKE SERIES

Print version/ description

Length

Format

Condition/Notes

3001

1973 -

DAY/YEAR-The Pacific Lake, Tribal Vision.

1/2" Edit Master

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A1; Collage poem   (TPL)

3002

1973 -

DAY/YEAR-The Pacific Lake, Tribal Vision.

1/2"  Submaster

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A1b; Dubbed Hopi Corn opening + TPL

3003

1972 - 06

Bolinas Totempole TPL #1

1/2" Original

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A3; Collage Bolinas, CA

3004

1972 -

Sonoma County TPL #2

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A4; Phoenix, Charles, Ranches

3005

1972 -

Pt Arena TPL #3

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A5; Pt Arena Journals

3006

1972 - 07

Pt Arena Totempole

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Pt Arena Collection

3007

1972 -

Big Foot TPL #5

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A6; Kitchen w/ Patty

3008

1972 -

Jerry's Propane Conversion TPL #6

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A7; Auto conversion to propane fuel

3009

1972 -

Benbow TPL #7

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A8; Simpsons, Jane's Dance Class

3010

1972 - 07

Black Bear Ranch 1 TPL #8

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A9; Commune Trinity County

3011

1972 - 07

Black Bear Ranch 2 TPL #9

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A10; Commune Trinity County

3012

1972 -

Whidby Island TPL #10

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A11; Freeman House, Langley WA

3013

1972 -

NW Journal TPL #12

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A12; OR, Bill Bradbury

3014

1973 - 08

Mt Lion Stew

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A13; Leo Birthday Party, Libre CO

3015

1972 - 02

Bolinas Water Run

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A14; Land Fair Video, Bolinas CA

3016

1973 - 03

Builders Reel 1

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A15; For Lloyd Kahn, Shelter Magazine

3017

1973 - 03

Builders Reel 2

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A16; For Lloyd Kahn, Shelter Magazine

3018

1973 - 08

Joanna Leary

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A17; Benefit for Tim Leary, SF CA

3019

1971 - 12

Bolinas Journal 1

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Moldy; Early News

3020

1972 - 02

Bolinas Journal 3

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Moldy; Moving Tim's Shed, Town News

3021

1972 - ???

Bolinas Journal 2 ?

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Moldy; Could be junk

3022

1972 -

Whole Earth Demise Party

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Stewart Brand gives away WE Cataloge $; By M Shamberg & A Rucker

3023

1974 - 07

Peter Berg on Bioregions

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

N. San Juan Conference Talk

3024

1972 - 06

Laborers Union Training School

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Recruiting video for Union school

3025

1973 - 03

THC Extraction

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Pot chemistry by TESC students aired on cable

3026

1973 - 03

TESC Channel 6 Hearing Reel 1

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Admin hearings re: cable access

3027

1973 - 03

TESC Channel 6 Hearing Reel 2

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Admin hearings re: cable access

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reel  #

Date 

NATIVE MEDICINE SERIES

Print version/ description

Length

Format

Condition/Notes

3100

1973 -

Native Medicine Master

1/2" Edit Master

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A2; edit master

3101

1972 - 11

Joe Lucas #1

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Leightonville, CA

3102

1972 - 11

Joe Lucas #2

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Leightonville, CA

3103

1972 - 11

Joe Lucas #3, ES Beard

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Leightonville, Covelo, CA

3104

1972 - 11

ES Beard #2

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Historian Covelo, CA

3105

1972 - 11

Blanche Dorman #1

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A19, Covelo, CA

3106

1972 - 11

Blanche Dorman #2

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Covelo, CA

3107

1972 - 11

Tom Epperson #1

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Quincy, CA

3108

1972 - 11

Tom Epperson #2

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Quincy, CA

3109

1972 - 11

Tom Epperson #3

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Quincy, CA

3110

1972 - 11

Road Kill, Round House, Hot Spring

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Quincy, Janesville, CA, Gerlach, NV

3111

1972 - 11

Dewie Northrop #1

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Pyramid Lake, NV

3112

 

Dewie Northrop #2

 

 

 

missing or non-existent

3113

1972 - 11

Raymond Darrough #1

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A20, Carson City, NV

3114

1972 - 11

Raymond Darrough #2

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Carson City, NV

3115

1973 - 06

Bear Dance #1

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A18, Janesville, CA

3116

1975 - 06

Bear Dance #2

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Janesville, CA, Gladys Menkin Ranch

3117

1973 - 08

Wounded Knee Dispatch

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Peter Berg from inside WK rez

3118

1970 - 01

Pomo Shaman - Essie Parrish

1/2" Copy

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

From 16mm film by D Perry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reel #

Date

MEXICAN LETTERS SERIES

Print version/

description

Length

Format

Condition/Notes

3200

1974 - 06

Huichol Maraakames

1/2" Edit Master

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

A21; Comp of shamans; Huichol Indians, San Andreas - Mex

3201

1974 - 06

Colas - Huichol Days

1/2" Edit Master

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Comp of daily life Colas' compound, SA

3202

1974 - 06

Victorio's; cerquito esperanza

1/2" Edit Master

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Victorio and family, Sonora, Mex

3203

1974 - 01

Yaqui Mex 1

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Yaqui villages Sonora, Mex

3204

 

Mex 2

 

 

 

missing or non-existant

3205

1974 - 01

Nicolas and Victor Mex 3

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Sonora, Mex

3206

1974 - 01

Esperanza Mex 4

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Sonora, Mex

3207

 

Mex 5

 

 

 

missing or non-existant

3208

1974 - 01

Mex 6

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Sonora, Mex

3209

1974 - 01

Mex 7

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Sonora, Mex

3210

1974 - 01

Mex 8

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Sonora, Mex

3211

1974 - 01

Mex 9

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

Sonora, Mex

3212

1974 - 01

Huichol #1 Mex 10

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

San Andreas - Cohamiata, Jalisco, Mex

3213

1974 - 01

Huichol #2 Mex 11

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

San Andreas - Cohamiata, Jalisco, Mex

3214

1974 - 01

Huichol #3 Mex 12

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

San Andreas - Cohamiata, Jalisco, Mex

3215

1974 - 01

Huichol #4 Mex 13

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

San Andreas - Cohamiata, Jalisco, Mex

3216

1974 - 01

Mex 14

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

ST Maria Del Oro, Nayarit, Mex

3217

1974 - 01

Mex 15

1/2" Orig

30 m

EIAJ 1/2" BW 4" Reel

ST Maria Del Oro, Nayarit, Mex

 

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