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February 26, 1982 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, February 26, 1982


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Josh Waletzky, who is di-
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listing films and the YIVO
collection of 120,000 photo-
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collection of films was grow-
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He said a grant of
$74,000 from the Charles
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January.
The videodisc is a 12-inch
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Film in YIVO's collection
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the machines for such prod-
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The next step is to find
some individual acquainted
with the time and place and
events of a particular film.
As that witness comments
on some aspect of the vid-
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comments are videotaped. A
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television screen showing
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happens to the film during
the course of the interview.
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re-run or portions skipped
relative to the comments of
the witness.
Waletzky said that if
the new technology does
not meet YIVO expecta-
tions, YIVO will still have
the videotape and that
"we will pursue efforts to
find a better way."
He added YIVO was con-
tinuing actively to seek out
films for its collection, par-
ticularly— though not ex-
clusively — about Jewish
life in pre-war Eastern
Europe. .

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