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Marion Harper Papers

Creator:
Harper, Marion, 1916-1989 (advertising executive)  Search this
Names:
Interpublic.  Search this
McCann Erickson  Search this
Extent:
27 Cubic feet (51 boxes)
Type:
Collection descriptions
Archival materials
Papers
Notes
Family papers
Essays
Correspondence
Clippings
Awards
Personal papers
Date:
circa 1911-1990, undated
Summary:
Notes, clippings, published and unpublished manuscripts on business and marketing; but primarily personal materials.
Scope and Contents:
The collection primarily documents Harper's personal life, rather than his advertising career. It includes documents from Harper's years at boarding school and college and from the twenty years in Oklahoma City after his resignation from Interpublic. Only an occasional item illuminates the advertising agency years. The material is arranged into three series: personal and biographical material, unpublished manuscripts, and research notes and clippings.

During the earliest years of his retirement, Harper was interested in finding a new niche on the business world, and the notes and manuscripts on business and marketing reflect his efforts to form new advertising agency partnerships. Unpublished manuscripts, proposals, clippings and reading notes in this period are largely concerned with scientific management theory and how semantics and marketing procedures can be used to help managers better achieve their objectives.

The remainder of the collection reflects Harpers' interest in developing a book or syndicated newspaper series advising the "mature, achieving woman" on how to achieve her full potential. Several complete versions of the manuscript, some in longhand, are supplemented by notes, corrections, comments, reading notes, clippings and other materials.
Arrangement:
Collection is arranged in five series:

Series 1, Personal and Biographical Materials, 1924-1964, undated

Series 2, Correspondence, 1920-1989, undated

Series 3, Professional Materials, 1940-1986, undated

Series 4, Research Notes and Unpublished Manuscripts, 1924-1990, undated

Series 5, On Reaching for What You Can Become, 1984-1989, undated
Biographical/Historical note:
Marion Harper, Jr. (1916-1989) won distinction as founder of Interpublic, at one time the worlds' largest advertising agency conglomerate, and as a recognized innovator in the use of research in the preparation of effective advertising. His meteoric career terminated soon after his removal as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Interpublic in 1968. Harper devoted his remaining twenty years to other interests.

Harper was born in Oklahoma City on May 14, 1916. He attended Philips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, and Yale University, where he majored in psychology and graduated tenth in the class of 1938. After college, he decided to follow the example of his father, an advertising executive with General Foods. His assignment to the McCann Erickson mailroom was the first step in an executive training program at the agency.

Known in the industry as the "boy wonder," Harper advanced in nine years from the mailroom to president of McCann Erickson, then the sixth largest advertising agency in America. In the succeeding ten years, his success in attracting new business and in acquiring smaller agencies made McCann Erickson second only to J. Walter Thompson in billings.

Harper saw an expanding role for advertising agencies using global communications and facilities to market "world brands." To achieve this he pioneered important structural changes. One was the agency holding company, The Interpublic Group, which circumvented the prevailing ethic that agencies should not represent competing accounts. Another was the elimination of a taboo which forbade agencies from raising capital by selling their common stock to the public. By the time Harper was deposed as chair in 1968, Interpublic had become a model for Saatchi & Saatchi and other advertising agencies to expand worldwide.

Harper's reputation as a "boy wonder" rested on more than his skill in acquiring new accounts and agencies. He was a voracious reader of scientific materials related to human motivation. At McCann Erickson he was noted for employing people without regard to race, creed or gender a rarity in advertising agencies of that era. He wrote and talked about the scientific application of semantics in the management of businesses and preparation of more effective advertising.

In 1942, he was named manager of copy research and in 1947, assistant to the president of the agency. The following year, at the age of 32, he was named president of the agency. In 1958, Harpers was named Chairman of the company, which changed its name to Interpublic three years later. By 1967, bankers had become concerned about declining Interpublic profits and on November 7, the six directors turned his power over to Robert Healy, a McCann Erickson executive recalled from semi retirement. On February 2, 1968, Marion Harper resigned.

Except for two brief and unsuccessful efforts to form new partnerships in advertising, Harper remained in seclusion in Oklahoma City. During those years, he returned to his voracious reading and his interest in semantics and human potential. Much of his effort during the last 10 years of his life was devoted to writing a manuscript advising "the well functioning" mature woman on ways to "reach her possibilities." Harper died on October 25, 1989.

Harper was the author of Getting Results from Advertising. He served as chair of the American Association of Advertising Agencies and the Advertising Research Foundation. He received the Parlin Award of the American Marketing Association Hall for contributions to the advancement of marketing, and was elected to the Market Research Council's Hall of Fame in the 1980s.
Related Materials:
Archives Center, National Museum of American History

AC Barton Cummings Papers, 1938-1990
Provenance:
Collection donated by Ellen Harper Bridges,1990.
Restrictions:
Collection is open for research.
Rights:
Collection items available for reproduction, but the Archives Center makes no guarantees concerning copyright restrictions. Other intellectual property rights may apply. Archives Center cost-recovery and use fees may apply when requesting reproductions.
Topic:
Marketing  Search this
advertising  Search this
Advertising executives  Search this
Genre/Form:
Papers
Notes
Family papers
Essays
Correspondence -- 1930-1950
Clippings
Awards
Personal papers -- 20th century
Citation:
Marion Harper Papers, circa 1916-1989, Archives Center, National Museum of American History.
Identifier:
NMAH.AC.0394
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Archival Repository:
Archives Center, National Museum of American History
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Playbill for Sarafina!

Published by:
Playbill, American, founded 1884  Search this
Used by:
Cort Theatre, American, founded 1912  Search this
Subject of:
Pat Mlaba, South African, born 1964  Search this
Lindiwe Dlamini  Search this
Dumisani Dlamini, South African, died 2004  Search this
Congo Hadebe, South African, born 1964  Search this
Nhlanhla Ngema, born 1965  Search this
Leleti Khumalo, South African, born 1970  Search this
Baby Cele, South African  Search this
Medium:
ink on paper
Dimensions:
H x W: 8 1/2 x 5 5/8 in. (21.6 x 14.3 cm)
Type:
theater programs
Place used:
New York City, New York, United States, North and Central America
Date:
1987
Topic:
African American  Search this
Broadway Theatre  Search this
Musical Theatre  Search this
Credit Line:
Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gift of Kayla Deigh Owens
Object number:
2011.45.88
Restrictions & Rights:
Playbill used by permission. All rights reserved, Playbill Inc.
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National Museum of African American History and Culture Collection
Classification:
Memorabilia and Ephemera
Data Source:
National Museum of African American History and Culture
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:nmaahc_2011.45.88
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Professional Materials

Collection Creator:
Harper, Marion, 1916-1989 (advertising executive)  Search this
Type:
Archival materials
Date:
1940-1989, undated
Scope and Contents:
Contains press clippings, speeches, certificates of awards, invitations, and articles from a number of magazines about Harper including Aberdeen Angus Journal, Advertising Age, Newsweek, United States Review, Time, Print, Fortune, The Saturday Evening Post, Printer's Ink, Esquire, Business Horizons, and Journal of Marketing. There is a small amount of material from McCann Erickson, Incorporated and Interpublic. In addition, there is a copy of the book The Benevolent Dictators written by Barton Cummings, former Chief Executive Officer of Compton Advertising, Incorporated, and Chairman Emeritus of Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide. Materials are arranged in chronological order.
Collection Restrictions:
Collection is open for research.
Collection Rights:
Collection items available for reproduction, but the Archives Center makes no guarantees concerning copyright restrictions. Other intellectual property rights may apply. Archives Center cost-recovery and use fees may apply when requesting reproductions.
Collection Citation:
Marion Harper Papers, circa 1916-1989, Archives Center, National Museum of American History.
Identifier:
NMAH.AC.0394, Series 3
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Marion Harper Papers
Archival Repository:
Archives Center, National Museum of American History
EDAN-URL:
ead_component:sova-nmah-ac-0394-ref738

Barton Cummings Papers

Creator:
Ayer (N W) Incorporated.  Search this
Cummings, Barton S., 1914- (advertising executive)  Search this
Brower, Charles H.  Search this
Bolte, Brown  Search this
Bond, Edward L., Jr.  Search this
Bernbach, William  Search this
Ogilvy, David  Search this
O'Toole, John  Search this
Seaman, Alfred J.  Search this
Schultz, Arthur W.  Search this
Matthews, Len  Search this
Marsteller, William  Search this
O'Conner, Neal W.  Search this
Mithun, Raymond O.  Search this
Meyer, Ed  Search this
Harper, Marion, 1916-1989 (advertising executive)  Search this
Healy, Robert  Search this
Hagopian, Lewis T.  Search this
Jacoby, Robert F.  Search this
Fatt, Arthur  Search this
Fitzgerald, Clifford  Search this
Foote, Emerson  Search this
Gilliatt, Neal  Search this
Foley, Paul  Search this
Thiele, Edward  Search this
Tinker, Jack  Search this
Names:
Ad Council  Search this
Advertising Educational Foundation  Search this
American Advertising Federation.  Search this
American Association of Advertising Agencies.  Search this
Batten, Barton, Durstine, and Osborn  Search this
Best Foods.  Search this
Colgate-Palmolive.  Search this
Compton, Inc.  Search this
Dancer Fitzgerald Sample.  Search this
Doyle Dane Bernbach.  Search this
Foote, Cone and Belding.  Search this
Grey Advertising.  Search this
Interpublic.  Search this
Jack Tinker & Associates.  Search this
Leo Burnett Co.  Search this
Marstellar Agency.  Search this
McCann Erickson  Search this
Mithun Advertising.  Search this
Ogilvy & Mather.  Search this
SSC&B/Lintas.  Search this
Saatchi & Saatchi.  Search this
Sullivan Stauffer Colwell & Bayles (SSC&B).  Search this
Ted Bates Worldwide, Inc.  Search this
Young & Rubicam  Search this
Extent:
4.5 Cubic feet (11 boxes)
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Audiovisual materials
Speeches
Essays
Interviews
Business records
Clippings
Date:
1938-1990
Summary:
Collection documents Barton Cummings's career as an advertising industry spokesman, particularly in the areas of advertising education and advertising in the public interest.
Scope and Contents note:
Series 1: Speeches and publicity relating to Cummings's career as an industry spokesman, particularly in the areas of advertising education, and advertising in the public interest; also numerous awards and citations, and some photographs.

Series 2: Advertising copy written while Cummings was with Benton & Bowles, correspondence, conference proceedings, and business proposals. Of special interest are primary materials documenting the development of a marketing strategy and advertising campaign for Gerald Ford's 1976 Presidential Campaign. Also includes internal correspondence and other documentation relating to the Ad Council's "Buy American" and "American Economic System" campaigns, launched during the recessionary economic climate of the early to mid-1970s.

Series 3: Magazine articles, transcripts of interviews with Cummings, and unpublished anecdotes and reminiscences about the advertising business.

Series 4: Transcripts for 23 of 26 interviews Cummings conducted with legendary advertising figures. Fifteen of these interviews were edited and published in "Advertising's Benevolent Dictators,"Crain Books, 1984.
Arrangement:
Collection is arranged into five series.

Series 1: Speeches & Publicity, 1956-1988

Series 2: Business Papers, 1938-1991

Series 3: Published & Unpublished Manuscripts, 1908-1983

Series 4: Advertising's Benevolent Dictators, undated

Series 5: Multi-Media Materials, undatedf
Biographical/Historical note:
Bart Cummings (born 1914) is a former Chief Executive Officer of Compton Advertising, Incorporated, and Chairman Emeritus of Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide.

Cummings began his advertising career working during school breaks at his father's advertising agency, the Earl Cummings Advertising Agency (later Cummings Brand McPherson Associates Inc.) in Rockford, Illinois. He graduated with a degree in Journalism from the University of Illinois in 1935, where he also played varsity football. Cummings maintained a lifelong interest in football, and in 1959 was awarded the Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary Award for former college football stars who go on to distinguish themselves in other fields.

After graduation, Cummings took a trainee position with his father's agency, leaving several months later to take a trainee position with Swift & Company. From 1936 until 1942 he was with Benton & Bowles in New York, where he was a copywriter on accounts for Hellmann's Real Mayonnaise and Lord Calvert Whiskey, among others. During World War II, he served in the Offices of War Information and Price Administration in Washington, D.C. He resigned in 1943 to join the Navy, and was assigned to the Amphibious Forces, 7th fleet. He saw action in Guinea, Borneo and the Philippines.

After the War, Cummings joined Maxon, Inc. as an account executive, and was elected to Vice President a year later. In 1947, he began a long and successful career with Compton Advertising, moving from account executive to President in only eight years. In 1963, Cummings was named chairman and chief executive officer, a position he held for nearly twenty years. When Compton merged with Saatchi & Saatchi in the 1980s, Cummings was named chairman emeritus of that international agency.

Mr. Cummings has enjoyed a distinguished career as leader and spokesman for every major advertising industry association. He has served as chairman of the American Association of Advertising Agencies (1969 70); chairman of the American Advertising Federation (1972 73), Chairman of the Ad Council (1979 81), chairman of the board of trustees for the James Webb Young Fund at the University of Illinois, and chairman and director of the Advertising Educational Foundation. Other public service includes work as the chairman of the advertising division for the New York Heart Association (1963 73), chairman of the Public Service Advisory Committee for the City of New York, and director of the Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan New York (1954 77). Throughout his career, Mr. Cummings has championed the use of advertising in the public interest, and has been outspoken on the need for advertising education and industry self-regulation.
Related Materials:
Materials in the Archives Center

NW Ayer Advertsing Agency Records (AC0059)
Provenance:
Collection donated by Barton S. Cummings in November 1991.
Restrictions:
Collection is open for research.
Rights:
Collection items available for reproduction, but the Archives Center makes no guarantees concerning copyright restrictions. Other intellectual property rights may apply. Archives Center cost-recovery and use fees may apply when requesting reproductions.
Topic:
Advertising copy  Search this
advertising  Search this
Genre/Form:
Audiovisual materials
Speeches
Essays -- 1950-1990
Interviews -- 1950-2000
Business records -- 1950-2000
Clippings -- 1950-2000
Citation:
Barton Cummings Collection, 1938-1990, Archives Center, National Museum of American History.
Identifier:
NMAH.AC.0421
See more items in:
Barton Cummings Papers
Archival Repository:
Archives Center, National Museum of American History
EDAN-URL:
ead_collection:sova-nmah-ac-0421

DFS Ad Agency Falstaff Beer Advertisements

Creator:
Dancer Fitzgerald Sample.  Search this
Names:
Falstaff Brewing Corporation.  Search this
Extent:
0.3 Cubic feet (1 box)
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Proof sheets
Scrapbooks
Advertisements
Date:
1945-1946.
Scope and Contents:
This collection consists of a single scrapbook of proofsheets and photo proofs from DFS's advertising campaign for Falstaff Beer in the period 1945 1946.

The advertisements center around three distinct themes. The first and most comprehensive features a salute to "The Men Who Keep Faith with America." These ads contain handsome black and white woodcut illustrations depicting men at work in a wide variety of occupations, accompanied by a text which emphasizes each occupation's contribution to the war effort. Some of the occupations featured include: railroad workers, telephone linemen, grocers, policemen, laborers, design engineers, construction workers, white collar workers, bus drivers, doctors, farmers, bakers, steel workers, cowboys, machinists, newspapermen, and auto mechanics. Interestingly, this campaign does include a few women newspaperwomen.

The second theme treated in this scrapbook features returning veterans, who have earned the right to relax and enjoy the bounty of America. They are depicted in a variety of social scenes, such as at parties or at the beach.

The final theme concerns tie ins for the "Falstaff Show" on radio. These also feature Americans enjoying their rights to relaxation and depict men and women playing tennis and baseball, bowling, fishing, etc.
Arrangement:
The collection is arranged into one series.
Biographical / Historical:
The DFS (Dancer, Fitzgerald Sample) Advertising Agency was a New York based firm organized in 1923. One of their clients was the Falstaff Brewing Corporation of St. Louis, Missouri. DFS was merged into the Saatchi & Saatchi advertising agency in mid 1987.

In 1917, Joseph Griesedieck founded the Griesedieck Beverage Company after purchasing the small Forest Park Brewing Company plant in St. Louis. During Prohibition, the company changed its name to the Falstaff Corporation, and produced soft drinks and near beer. Towards the end of Prohibition, the name was again changed, to the Falstaff Brewing Corporation. The company received the first Federal permit issued when brewing was made legal again in 1933. In 1935 the company was among the first to pioneer the concept of multiple breweries in several cities. By 1973 it was among the top ten American breweries in terms of sales. It was purchased by the General Brewing Company in 1977.
Provenance:
The scrapbook was discovered in a records storage center in New York and was donated to the Archives Center by the archivist of the Procter & Gamble Company in 1989.
Restrictions:
Collection is open for research.
Rights:
Collection items available for reproduction, but the Archives Center makes no guarantees concerning copyright restrictions. Other intellectual property rights may apply. Archives Center cost-recovery and use fees may apply when requesting reproductions.
Topic:
Occupations  Search this
Beer  Search this
Patriotism  Search this
Recreation -- 1940-1950  Search this
Women -- Employment  Search this
advertising -- Alcoholic beverages  Search this
Genre/Form:
Proof sheets
Scrapbooks -- 20th century
Advertisements
Citation:
DFS Ad Agency Falstaff Beer Advertisements, 1945-1946, Archives Center, National Museum of American History.
Identifier:
NMAH.AC.0332
See more items in:
DFS Ad Agency Falstaff Beer Advertisements
Archival Repository:
Archives Center, National Museum of American History
EDAN-URL:
ead_collection:sova-nmah-ac-0332

Gateways to Romania

Collection Creator:
Smithsonian Institution. Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage  Search this
Type:
Archival materials
Introduction:
Romania consists of several distinct geographical regions, all of which have historically been more gateways than barriers to different cultures and peoples. To the west lie the hills and flatlands of Crişana and Banat, regions that open onto the immense Hungarian plain even farther west. To the north are the hills and mountains of Maramureş and Bucovina, regions that have long been considered the cradle of Romanian folklore and traditional art. In the center is Transylvania, with its distinctive multicultural heritage influenced by Romanians, Hungarians, and Germans. To the south of the Carpathians are Oltenia and Muntenia, often grouped together under the name Wallachia, with their vast agricultural zones washed by the Danube. And situated between the Danube and the Black Sea is Dobrogea, where ancient fishing villages have given way to bustling tourist resorts.

At the time of the 1999 Festival, Romania's population was just under 23 million. While Romanians formed the majority population, major ethnic minorities included Hungarians (7 percent) and Roma or Gypsies (2 percent), as well as Germans, Ukrainians, Jews, Turks, Serbs, and other peoples. Diaspora communities were scattered throughout the world, especially in the United States, Canada, and Western Europe.

Modern Romanian culture is the product of centuries of interaction between local populations and successive waves of immigration to the region. Music, dance, folk art, and religious traditions share many commonalities with those of Hungarians, Slavs, Turks, and other Balkan peoples, even if the Romanian language is a Romance language like French, Italian, or Spanish. Pre-Christian festivals associated with the changing of the seasons were combined with saints' days and other religious feasts after the coming of Christianity. Many of these traditions are preserved among the country's large rural population.

A people with a rich Latin heritage influenced by myriad other cultural traditions, the Romanians inhabit a land of diverse landscapes, where local customs, rituals, and ways of life have adapted to distinct physical environments: the woodlands of Transylvania and Maramureş, the plains of the west, the lowlands along the Danube river, and the urban cityscapes of Bucharest, Iaşi, and Cluj, ancient settlements that are nodal points in Romania's expanding array of private businesses, tourist outlets, and expatriate communities. The folk culture of the peasant had long been seen as the embodiment of Romanian identity, but at the close of the millennium, Romanian culture was more than ever a dynamic combination of both tradition and modernity - both vividly on display to Festival visitors in Washington.

Colin Quigley was Curator and Robert Dunlap Miclean was Program Coordinator. A Curatorial Committee included Corneliu Bucur, Nicolae Constantinescu, Mihai Dăncuş, Zamfir Dejeu, Irina Nicolau, Ioan Opriş, and Georgeta Roşu; Charles King was Curatorial Advisor.

The Romania program was produced with the Romanian Cultural Foundation and organized with the cooperation of the Office of the President of Romania, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Culture, and the U.S. Embassy in Romania, and with support from the Government of Romania. Major sponsors were Coca-Cola and CONNEX. Contributors included the Romanian Development Bank, Chase Manhattan Bank and the Timken Foundation. Donors included Nestor Nestor & Kingston Petersen, Cold Chain Impex S.R.L., Zero International Inc., and General Electric. Major in-kind support was provided by Tarom Airlines, Bates Centrade Saatchi & Saatchi Romania, and Romtrans.
Presenters:
Eva Borbely, Nicolae Constantinescu, Mihail Dăncuş, Zamfir Dejeu, Carmen Firan, Irina Horea, Ioana Ieronim, Cipriana Petre, Luminiţa Petrescu, Georgeta Roşu, Nicolae Voiculeţ
Participants:
Music and Dance Traditions

FOLK ENSEMBLE -- FOLK ENSEMBLEAlexandru Şandorică Ciurcui, violinist, Soporu de Câmpie or Frata, Cluj, RomaniaMaria Ciurcui, dancer, Soporu de Câmpie or Frata, Cluj, RomaniaRomulus Ciurcui, violinist, Soporu de Câmpie or Frata, Cluj, RomaniaAlexandru Gheti, braci (viola) player, Soporu de Câmpie or Frata, Cluj, RomaniaIuliu Gheti, contrabassist, Soporu de Câmpie or Frata, Cluj, RomaniaDumitru Moldovan, dancer, vocals, Soporu de Câmpie or Frata, Cluj, RomaniaVasile Soporan, dancer, vocals, Soporu de Câmpie or Frata, Cluj, RomaniaFlorineta Ilincuţa Trif, dancer, Soporu de Câmpie or Frata, Cluj, Romania

COSÂNZEANA, FOLK ENSEMBLE -- COSÂNZEANA, FOLK ENSEMBLEEmilia-Cornelia Boloţ, vocals, dancer, Orăştioara de Jos, Hunedoara, RomaniaAdrian Ioan Bruzan, vocals, dancer, Orăştioara de Jos, Hunedoara, RomaniaAlina-Valeria Bruzan, vocals, dancer, Orăştioara de Jos, Hunedoara, RomaniaEugen-Ioan Bruzan, leader, dancer, vocals, Orăştioara de Jos, Hunedoara, RomaniaValeria Bruzan, vocals, dancer, Orăştioara de Jos, Hunedoara, RomaniaCamelia-Gabriela Bura, dancer, vocals, Orăştioara de Jos, Hunedoara, RomaniaDafin Georgescu, vocals, dancer, Orăştioara de Jos, Hunedoara, RomaniaSorin-Ioan Georgescu, vocals, dancer, Orăştioara de Jos, Hunedoara, RomaniaDorel Josin Sibişan, braci (viola) player, Orăştioara de Jos, Hunedoara, RomaniaValentin-Florin Ioan Stăncioi, contrabassist, Orăştioara de Jos, Hunedoara, RomaniaIoan (Neleţu) Urs I, violinist, Orăştioara de Jos, Hunedoara, RomaniaIoan Urs II, violinist, Orăştioara de Jos, Hunedoara, Romania

VĂLĂRETUL, FOLK ENSEMBLE -- VĂLĂRETUL, FOLK ENSEMBLESorinel Bălan, clarinetist, Voineşti, Vaslui, RomaniaBenone Gherman, trumpet player, Voineşti, Vaslui, RomaniaIon Gherman, trumpet player, Voineşti, Vaslui, RomaniaCostel Miron, dancer (harap), Voineşti, Vaslui, RomaniaAndrei-Ştefan Novac, dancer (New Year, pony), Voineşti, Vaslui, RomaniaValeriu Novac, leader, dancer (bear tamer), Voineşti, Vaslui, RomaniaIonel-Romeo Obreja, dancer (old woman), Voineşti, Vaslui, RomaniaMaricel Petreanu, drummer, Voineşti, Vaslui, RomaniaConstantin Plăcintă, dancer (bear), Voineşti, Vaslui, RomaniaEugen Silav, dancer (old man), Voineşti, Vaslui, RomaniaDănuţu Stângaciu, baritone horn player, Voineşti, Vaslui, RomaniaIon Stoican, bassist, Voineşti, Vaslui, RomaniaConstantin Zota, dancer (goat, pony), Voineşti, Vaslui, Romania

CĂLUŞUL, FOLK ENSEMBLE -- CĂLUŞUL, FOLK ENSEMBLEIlie Constantin, ţambal (hammered dulcimer) player, Optaşi, Olt, RomaniaMarin Florea, dancer, Optaşi, Olt, RomaniaGeorge Slavi Ionescu, dancer, Optaşi, Olt, RomaniaVasile Pirciu, dancer, Optaşi, Olt, RomaniaValerică Pîrcălăboiu, dancer, Optaşi, Olt, RomaniaMarin Scarlat, dancer, Optaşi, Olt, RomaniaFlorea Turuianu, leader, dancer, Optaşi, Olt, RomaniaNarcis-Daniel Turuianu, dancer, Optaşi, Olt, RomaniaRadu Ţiţirigă, violinist, Optaşi, Olt, Romania

VOIEVOZII, FOLK ENSEMBLE -- VOIEVOZII, FOLK ENSEMBLEIoan Buftea, dancer, flute, whistle player, Bogdan-Vodă, Maramureş, RomaniaMaria Buftea, dancer, Bogdan-Vodă, Maramureş, RomaniaIon Coman, dancer, Bogdan-Vodă, Maramureş, RomaniaIrina Coman, dancer, Bogdan-Vodă, Maramureş, RomaniaIoan Deac, dancer, Bogdan-Vodă, Maramureş, RomaniaIon Ghereben, drummer, zongora (guitar) player, Bogdan-Vodă, Maramureş, RomaniaIoan Mariş, dancer, vocals, Bogdan-Vodă, Maramureş, RomaniaIrina Mariş, dancer, vocals, Bogdan-Vodă, Maramureş, RomaniaPetru Orza, violinist, Bogdan-Vodă, Maramureş, RomaniaDoina Simon, dancer, vocals, Bogdan-Vodă, Maramureş, RomaniaVasile Simon, drummer, dancer, Bogdan-Vodă, Maramureş, Romania

ŢARA OAŞULUI, FOLK ENSEMBLE -- ŢARA OAŞULUI, FOLK ENSEMBLENicolae Dorlea, zongora (guitar) player, vocals, Bixad, Maramureş, RomaniaCristina Irina Finta, dancer, ţapuritoare (vocals), Bixad, Maramureş, RomaniaMaria Goje, dancer, ţapuritoare (vocals), Bixad, Maramureş, RomaniaNicolae Honea, cetera (violin) player, Bixad, Maramureş, RomaniaIrina Oroş, dancer, ţapuritoare (vocals), Bixad, Maramureş, RomaniaIacob Pop, leader, dancer, vocals, Bixad, Maramureş, RomaniaGrigore Tat, cetera (violin) player, vocals, Bixad, Maramureş, RomaniaIoan Tătar, dancer, vocals, zongora (guitar) player, Bixad, Maramureş, RomaniaGheorghe Tope, dancer, vocals, trâmbiţa (alphorn) player, Bixad, Maramureş, Romania

TRIO PANDELESCU, URBAN FOLK GROUP -- TRIO PANDELESCU, URBAN FOLK GROUPLeonard Botea, double bass player, Bucharest, RomaniaJan Mocanu, accordionist, vocals, Bucharest, RomaniaDumitru Pandelescu, ţambal (hammered dulcimer) player, Bucharest, Romania

NIGHTLOSERS, URBAN ETHNOPOP GROUP -- NIGHTLOSERS, URBAN ETHNOPOP GROUPOctavian Andreescu, bass guitarist, Cluj-Napoca, RomaniaSorin Cîmpean, drummer, Cluj-Napoca, RomaniaGeza Grunzo, keyboard player, Cluj-Napoca, RomaniaHanno Hoefer, guitar, harmonica player, vocals, Cluj-Napoca, RomaniaJimi Laco, guitar player, violinist, Cluj-Napoca, RomaniaEugen Pandrea, frunza (leaf) player, Cluj-Napoca, RomaniaAladar Pusztai, ţambal (hammered dulcimer) player, Cluj-Napoca, RomaniaDumitru Fărcaş, taragot (special clarinet) player, Cluj, RomaniaGrigore Leşe, doinitor (vocals), Cluj, RomaniaDorel Rohian, accordionist, Cluj, RomaniaAnuţa Tite, doinitoare (vocals), Maramureş, RomaniaNicolae Voiculeţ, panpipe player, Prahova, Romania

Craft Traditions

Ceramics

Florin Colibaba, potter, Rădăuţi, Suceava, Romania

Neculai Diaconu, clay figurine maker, Codlea, Braşov, Romania

Gheorghe Iorga, potter, Horezu, Vâlcea, Romania

Maria Iorga, potter, Horezu, Vâlcea, Romania

Augustin Pall, potter, Corund, Harghita, Romania

Mihai Truşcă, potter, Balş, Olt, Romania

Weaving

Rodica Maria Ispas, weaver, Buzău, Romania

Margareta Nagy, corn-husk artisan, Chendu Mare, Mureş, Romania

Cristina Delciza Nicolau, weaver, eggs and beads, Buzău, Romania

Adela Petre, weaver, spinner, Buzău, Romania

Alice Torella Kosza Szegedi, reed dolls and mask artisan, Câmpeniţa, Mureş, Romania

Woodcarving

Pavel Caba, Nereju, Vrâncea, Romania

Ion Costache, Merişani, Prahova, Romania

Dan Gherasimescu, Valea Dorului, Argeş, Romania

Viţa Lepădatu, Băbeni, Vâlcea, Romania

Icon Painting

Marioara Ciupitu, Cârţişoara Abbey, Sibiu, Romania

Angela Niculai, Tulcea, Romania

Filofteia Papacioc, Cârţişoara Abbey, Sibiu, Romania

Mihaela-Lidia Zamfirescu, Bucharest, Romania

Ornament and Mask Making

Ion Albu, masks and dolls, Roman, Romania

Mircea Lac, ornaments, woodcuts, Deva, Romania

Sabina Costinela Medrea, ornaments, Deva, Romania

Lucia Todoran, ornaments, beaded textiles, Bistriţa, Romania

Egg Decorating

Oltica Cârstiuc, Vatra Moldoviţei, Suceava, Romania

Filofteia Drajmici, Vatra Moldoviţei, Suceava, Romania

Foodways Traditions

Moşica Bercovici, Bucharest, Romania

Rodica Bulboacă, Suceava, Romania

Iulia Goran, Bucharest

Church Builders

Teodor Bârsan, Maramureş, Romania

Ioan Chindriş, Maramureş, Romania

Ion Chindriş, Maramureş, Romania

loan Fodoruţ, Maramureş, Romania

Dumitru Hotico, Maramureş, Romania

Gavrilă Hotico I, Maramureş, Romania

Gavrilă Hotico II, Maramureş, Romania

Gavrilă Hotico III, Maramureş, Romania

Petru Ioan Pop, Maramureş, Romania
Collection Restrictions:
Access by appointment only. Where a listening copy or viewing copy has been created, this is indicated in the respective inventory; additional materials may be accessible with sufficient advance notice and, in some cases, payment of a processing fee. Older papers are housed at a remote location and may require a minimum of three weeks' advance notice and payment of a retrieval fee. Certain formats such as multi-track audio recordings and EIAJ-1 videoreels (1/2 inch) may not be accessible. Contact the Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections at 202-633-7322 or rinzlerarchives@si.edu for additional information.
Collection Rights:
Copyright and other restrictions may apply. Generally, materials created during a Festival are covered by a release signed by each participant permitting their use for personal and educational purposes; materials created as part of the fieldwork leading to a Festival may be more restricted. We permit and encourage such personal and educational use of those materials provided digitally here, without special permissions. Use of any materials for publication, commercial use, or distribution requires a license from the Archives. Licensing fees may apply in addition to any processing fees.
Collection Citation:
Smithsonian Folklife Festival records: 1999 Smithsonian Folklife Festival, Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections, Smithsonian Institution.
Identifier:
CFCH.SFF.1999, Series 3
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Smithsonian Folklife Festival records: 1999 Smithsonian Folklife Festival
Archival Repository:
Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections
EDAN-URL:
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Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising, 1989

Collection Creator::
Center for Advertising History  Search this
Container:
Box 3 of 7
Type:
Archival materials
Collection Citation:
Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 02-078, Center for Advertising History, Project Files
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Project Files
Archival Repository:
Smithsonian Institution Archives
EDAN-URL:
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