Cynthia and Lee Theorin Papers, 1980-1996 (bulk 1982-1989)

Contents List

Container Title
MCHC65-090
Part 1 (MCHC65-090): Original Collection, undated
Physical Description: 0.4 cubic feet (1 archives box) and 1 reel of microfilm (35 mm) 
Scope and Content Note: Papers include materials related to Dreyfus' educational television plan for Wisconsin (some information is on microfilm), to the Early Bird satellite, and the first intercontinental classroom. Additionally, there are photocopies of genealogical materials, mainly relating to Joseph Dreyfuss, Julius Dreyfuss, and the Dreyfuss Hotel in Hales Corners.
M85-510
Part 2 (M85-510): Additions, 1955-1972
Physical Description: 7.5 cubic feet (7 records center cartons, 1 archives box, and 1 oversize folder) and 10 photographs 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1955-1972, documenting primarily Dreyfus' career as a communications instructor and the development of educational television in Wisconsin through correspondence, speeches, proposed televised classes, reports by private and government organizations, information on educational television used in other states, university course material, and student exams and essays. Cable television in rural areas is another subject well covered in the papers.
Box   1
Communication 20 term papers, 1970
Closed circuit television course proposals
Box   1
Education
Box   1
Wisconsin Center
Box   1
Television receiver installation
Box   1
Law
Box   1
Psychology
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   1
Psychiatry
Box   1
Zoology
Box   1
Speech
Box   1
Nursing
Box   1
Military science
Box   1
Education
Box   1
Closed-circuit television
Box   1
Pharmacy
Box   1
K.U. Smith
Box   1
Physics
Box   1
Political science
Box   1
Social science
Closed circuit television courses
Box   1
Medicine
Box   1
Geology
Box   1
Chemistry
Box   1
Chinese
Box   1
Dairy, meat and animal science
Box   1
Economics
Box   1
Library
Box   1
French
Box   1
Zoology
Box   1
Articles on educational television, 1964
Box   1
Educational television report research, 1965
Box   1
Satterfield Electronics sales brochures
Box   1
General Electronics sales material, 1965-1966
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   1
AMPEX sales brochure
Box   1
General articles and correspondence about educational television
Box   1
Distribution systems
Box   1
Educational television at other institutions
Box   1
Research proposals
Box   1
Class records, 1964-1966
Box   1
Television and violence research
Box   1
Potential new staff members, résumés and interviews
Box   2
Research on color televisions
Correspondence, 1966-1967
Box   2
Rexine Langen
Box   2
Joseph M. Ripley
Box   2
Lawrence W. Lichty
Box   2
R.G. Lawson
Box   2
Richard B. Bryne
Box   2
Gary Gumpert
Box   2
General correspondence, 1972-1974
Box   2
Television space and facilities
Box   2
Recommendation letters
Box   2
Church activity
Box   2
Confidential preliminary examination questions
Box   2
Tax information
Box   2
Copies of talks not given by Dreyfus
Box   2
Cortland, New York closed circuit operations
Box   2
Insurance papers
Box   2
“TV for the Family” and “TV for Children” booklets, 1965
Box   2
Media history
Box   2
Regulations
Box   2
Speech class 950 papers
Box   2
Speech class 250 papers
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Papers and speeches by Lee Dreyfus and students
Box   2
Television and children
Box   2
Introduction to broadcasting
Box   2
History of broadcasting
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   2
Broadcasting research
Box   2
Political broadcasting
Box   2
Television and theatre
Box   2
Special topics
Box   2
Non-government controls of broadcasting
Box   2
Government controls of broadcasting
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Broadcasting and propaganda
Box   3
American Bar Association Canon 35
Box   3
Information theory and mass communication
Box   3
History of broadcasting
Box   3
Radio and television
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Speech 270 course material, 1960
Box   3
Freshman forum, 1965
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Thesis papers
Box   3
Thomas Rogeberg, 1960
Box   3
J. Cordell Hatch, 1968
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   3
Milan Zivanovic, 1965
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Stanley Tickton, 1967
Box   3
Lynn Yeazel, 1966
Box   3
Robert Carlson
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Toby Goldberg, 1970
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Paul Doll, 1967
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Ted Nielsen, 1966
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Reading for speech 450
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“Origin and Developments of Radio Law,” lecture by William Donovan, 1930
Box   4
Television and Juvenile Delinquency: Interim Report of the Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency
Box   4
Fraternities
Box   4
Seminar, 1965
Box   4
“Cue Summation in Multiple Channel Communication,” by Werner J. Severin
Box   4
Speech 250 exam
Box   4
Tele-beam large screen projection
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National Project for the Improvement of Television Instruction (NPITI), 1966
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Public television
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Female images in media
Box   4
TV, comics and kids
Box   4
Slow scan equipment sale brochures, 1965
Box   4
Faculty rights and compensation, 1965
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   4
Copies of speeches, not by Dreyfus, 1965
Box   4
Education in broadcasting, reappraisals
Box   4
Founders' Day, 1967
Box   4
Children and the mass media
Box   4
Church and television
Box   4
Articles and notes on writing
Box   4
Public speaking as a public relations tool
Box   4
Miscellaneous reference material
Box   4
Dreyfus class records, 1964-1966
Box   4
National Educational Television newsletters, 1956-1960
Box   4
“Enrichment through Radio and Television,” by Lee Dreyfus
Box   4
University of Minnesota closed circuit television
Educational television in other states
Box   4
Delaware
Box   4
Florida
Box   4
Hawaii
Box   4
State Net data
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   4
State educational television program, 1965
Box   4
State plan
Box   5
State television working papers
Box   5
Educational television city plan, Madison, 1962
Box   5
Instructional television research
Box   5
State planning
Box   5
Closed Circuit higher education television
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Box   5
University of Wisconsin Division of Radio-Television Education, 1964
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   5
Schroder Technology fact sheets
Box   5
Educational television facilities program bulletin, 1963
Box   5
Net News pamphlet, 1963
Box   5
“Public Access in New York: The First Year,” report for the Fund for the City of New York
Box   5
Correspondence, 1962-1967
Box   5
House bill 2375, Oregon cable television, 1973
Box   5
Highway maps of Wisconsin, 1960, 1962
Box   5
“Cable Communications and Consumers,” by Lee Dreyfus, 1972
Publications
Box   5
New York Television, 1951-1952
Box   5
Standards of Television Transmission
Box   5
Doing the Media
Box   5
Educational Television Directory, 1959
Box   5
Chicago Summer Television, 1951
Box   5
Los Angeles Tele Vision, 1951
Box   5
The Audience for Educational Television
Box   5
Final Report of the Governor's Blue Ribbon Task Force on Cable Communications
Box   5
Net Directory and Mailing List
Box   5
Attitudes Toward Educational Television
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Report to the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board on a Wisconsin Educational Radio and Television Management Study, 1968
Box   5
Planning for schools with Television
Box   5
WWL in the Eye of the Storm
Box   5
Alternative Media Center at NYU School of Arts
National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB), 1968-1970
Box   5
General
Box   5
Lee Dreyfus articles
Box   5
Executive board, 1968 May
Box   5
Research fact sheets, 1958-1966
Box   5
Abstract of research on instructional television and film, 1968
Box   6
Building Program, Communication Arts, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Box   6
Navigation maps of Butte, Montana; Green Bay, Wisconsin; and Salt Lake City, Utah
Box   6
Cable television general information
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Box   6
“School Children and Television” pamphlet
Box   6
Electronic Industrial Engineering correspondence and book
Box   6
CATV magazines, 1972
Box   6
Cable informational pamphlets, 1970-1971
Box   6
“A Proposal for Cable TV regulation in Wisconsin,” by Governor Lucey, 1971
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Communication Arts 611, portable video seminar
Box   6
Telecommunication Procedures and Relationships at Colleges and Universities: Profile and Survey Report “case” questionnaire, 1972
Box   6
Public Access Network (PAN) blue pamphlet
Box   6
Quantum Communications Inc. information
Box   6
Another Look at Cue Summations, 1967
Box   6
Cable communication in Wisconsin, summary of public hearings, 1972
Cable Study
Box   6
Introduction
Box   6
History of Cable
Box   6
Cable in Wisconsin
Box   6
Technology of Cable
Box   6
Cable Possibilities
Box   6
Education on the Cable
Box   6
Libraries on the Cable
Box   6
Legal Implications of Cable TV
Box   6
Economic Implications of Cable
Box   6
Minorities and Cable
Box   6
The Community on Cable
Box   6
Bibliographies
Governor's Blue Ribbon Commission on Cable Television
Box   6
Report on expenditures and encumbrances, 1973
Box   6
Cable television operational information
Box   6
Background information
Box   6
State plan
Box   6
Oshkosh-Green Bay hearing information
Box   6
CATV hearings notes
Educational television articles and pamphlets
Box   6
Television research in the teaching-learning process, 1959
Box   6
Abstracts of research on instructional television and film, 1963
Box   6
Seminar on cable television final exam
Box   6
Multimedia instructional programs in mathematics
Box   7
Instructional television research and literature survey
Box   7
National Association of Educational Broadcasters research fact sheets, 1955-1957
Box   7
Instructional television project
Box   7
Learning styles
Box   7
Modern math on television, 1963
Box   7
Demonstration of instruction via satellite, 1967
Box   7
Articles on educational television, 1962-1967
Physical Description: 2 folders 
Box   7
University of Wisconsin television laboratory research bulletins, 4, 5, 7, 13, 14, 1955-1960
Box   7
Rhetoric of television programming, 1966
Box   7
The perceived appeals of television program content
Box   7
General zoology televised course syllabus, 1964
Box   7
Out of focus element of instructional television, 1965
Box   7
Research proposal to the Ford Foundation for applications of stereoscopic television to the theory of the geometry of human motion
Box   7
Multi-media instructional laboratory
Box   7
Speech 250 course materials
Box   8
WHA University of Wisconsin television station, 1967
Box   8
Partial aerial map of Douglas County, Wisconsin
Box   8
Cable television summary sheets
Oversize Folder  
WWL in the Eye of the Storm: an Account of the Services Performed by WWL Radio and Television Before, During and After Hurricane Camille, 1970
Oversize Folder  
Alternate Media Center, New York University School of the Arts, 1972
PH Box   26
Photographs of the studio and building of WDET, Wayne State University educational radio and television, 1962
M87-495
Part 3 (M87-495, film call numbers): Additions, 1937-1961, 1981
Physical Description: 1 film (35 mm), 5 films (8 mm), and 2 videorecordings 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1937-1961, 1981, including 26 home movies on 4 reels of film (EA 015-017 and AC 560) and commercially made movies.
EA 015, EA 016, EA 017
Dreyfus Family home movies
Note: Home movies of former Wisconsin Governor Lee Sherman Dreyfus. On the 8 mm reels and the video copy is family footage, recreational and vacation activities, and UW-Madison campus and UW-Stevens Point commencement ceremonies.
AC 560
UW-Stevens Point commencement ceremony, 1960
VBA 363
Esperanza Unida, 1981 August 18
Note: Dreyfus visit to the headquarters of Esperanza Unida Workers Compensation Industrial Program.
VBA 364
Decade of Discontent
Note: Describes the effort of the Milwaukee Black community to develop and implement community programs and social programs in the 1960s and 1970s, focusing on housing, employment, and education. Includes interviews with community leaders and civil rights leaders.
EA 019
Fight for Egypt!
Note: Newsreel of World War II including scenes from the fighting in Egypt. British artillery, R.A.F. and American fliers, convoys through Mediterranean, bombing of desert, and General Auchinleck are some of the headlines shown.
EA 020
Mickey's Big Slide
Note: When a villain captures Minnie Mouse, Mickey chases the villain and gets in a fight when attempting a rescue. Pluto and a giant snowball roll down a mountain and destroy the villain's house.
M95-165
Part 4 (M95-165): Additions, 1980-1984
Physical Description: 0.2 cubic feet (1 archives box) 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1980-1984, consisting of campaign correspondence and financial records for Dreyfus' second (aborted) gubernatorial campaign.
Box   1
Folder   1
Campaign reports, 1980-1990
Box   1
Folder   2
People for Dreyfus correspondence, 1980-1984
Box   1
Folder   3
People for Dreyfus contributors, 1982
Box   1
Folder   4
Contributors, 1981
Box   1
Folder   5
Receipts of expenses
M2008-114
Part 5 (M2008-114, Audio 1692A/1): Additions, 1978, 1988-2008
Physical Description: 0.5 cubic feet (1 archives box and 1 oversize folder), 44 photographs (1 folder and 1 oversize folder), 60 transparencies (2 folders), 1 cassette tape, 5 DVDs, 6 videotapes (1 archives box) 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, bulk 1978 and 1988-2008, consisting of campaign ephemera, advertisements, and photographs of Dreyfus' gubernatorial campaign in 1978, speeches from his work as a national speaker in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and his notes on a project on the history of Wisconsin governors for fourth graders. Also included are a biography of Dreyfus' life and a DVD of his memorial service (January 2008).
Box   1
Folder   1
Biography
Box   1
Folder   2
Campaign ephemera
Box   1
Folder   3
First Dreyfus-Schreiber debate
Box   1
Folder   4
Inaugural address
Box   1
Folder   5
Memorial Guard speech
Box   1
Folder   6
National speaker ephemera
Box   1
Folder   7-9
Speeches given as a consultant
Box   1
Folder   10
Wisconsin History Project
Oversize Folder  
Sign “For Governor…Dreyfus”
Photographs
PH Box   10
Folder   1-2
Transparencies
PH Box   10
Folder   3
Photographs
Oversize PH Folder  
Photographs of Dreyfus with VIPs
Videotapes
Physical Description: 3/4-inch 
Box   2
Election '78: “Band and Bus,” “Marty and I Disagree,” and “Testimonials”
Box   2
Election '78: “Let the People Decide”
Box   2
Election '78
Box   2
Lee Dreyfus Asks: “Where Do You Stand?”
Box   2
Governor's inaugural address (version 1 and version 2)
Physical Description: 2 videotapes 
DVDs
DVD   1
Election'78: “Band and Bus,” “Marty and I Disagree,” and “Testimonials
DVD   2
Elections '78: “Dreyfus Show #3,” “Let the People Decide”
DVD   3
Election '78
DVD   4
Lee Dreyfus Asks: “Where Do You Stand?”
DVD   5
Governor Lee Sherman Dreyfus, memorial service
1692A/1
Governor's Decline to Run, Joyce's Farewell: audio recording
M2009-029
Part 6 (M2009-029, Audio 1692A/2): Additions, 1978
Physical Description: 0.4 cubic feet (1 archives box), 17 photographs (1 folder), and 1 tape recording 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1978, consisting of press releases, schedules, and planning documents for Dreyfus' 1978 gubernatorial campaign. Audio recording of announcement and Lee Dreyfus testimonial.