Products: Gasoline/Deliveries - Tank Trucks (Drivers/Workers); surface transport terminal supervisor. Connecting gasoline nozzle to a tandem transport tank truck at upgraded products terminal in Seattle, Washington (Conoco, Inc.)
1 Reel (ca. 300 items (partially microfilmed on 1 reel))
Scope and Contents:
REEL 3364: A file on Edward Muegge "Buck" Schiwetz containing correspondence between Harold and Rita Phenix and Schiwetz, Sharon D. Steen and others, clippings, printed material and photographs of Schiwetz; a file on Phenix's work as a design engineer for Conoco, Inc. containing printed material and photographs of his art work; photographs of of Phenix and his art work; exhibition awards, announcements, catalogs and clippings; correspondence with patrons and others; sketches; and a scrapbook containing letters, clippings, printed material and photographs documenting Phenix's career.
UNMICROFILMED: Forty-five slides of art work.
Biographical / Historical:
Painter; Houston, Texas. Design engineer for Conoco. Inc.
Material on reel 3364 lent for microfilming, 1984, by Rita Phenix, Harold's wife, as part of the Archives of American Art's Texas project. Slides were donated, 1985, by Harold Phenix.
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This accession consists of laserdisc versions of films produced for the National Air and Space Museum. The laserdisc versions were created by Lumivision Corporation
from existing IMAX Corporation films. "To Fly!" celebrates the fulfillment of man's ancient dream of flight, chronicling man's successful attempt to overcome time and distance
by conquering the sky. The original film was released in 1976 and presented by Conoco Inc. "The Dream is Alive" was the first large-format film to be shot on location in space
and includes footage taken by astronauts on several space shuttle missions. The original film was released in 1985 and was funded by the Lockheed Corporation. "Flyers" tells
the story of the coming of age of an inexperienced stunt pilot. The original film was released 1982 and presented by Conoco Inc.
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