Lee, Diane Collection

Lee, Diane Collection
film (800 ft.) : sd,. col. ; 35 mm. print.
video (51 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.
1933 – 1995
Waldo County, ME
South Boston, MA
Collection contains prints and production materials from "Who Will Say Kaddish for Shapiro?" and "Tender Loving Care," two independent films produced by Diane Lee, as well as prints of her other short films. Collection also contains two documentaries. "Jerry Brown Speaks in New Hampshire" and "Taking Back America: An Informational Video About Jerry Brown" are two productions from Brown's 1992 presidential campaign. Collection also contains "Burnett's Vanilla Extract," footage advertising this product.
Diane Lee (1940-2002) was an independent Maine filmmaker. She acquired the Jerry Brown footage in Connecticut while working on the 1992 campaign, and bought the 35 mm. Burnett's vanilla extract film at an antique store. The Joseph Burnett Company, incorporated in 1895, was located in South Boston, Mass. The company, originally a chemists, manufactured food colorings and flavorings. In 1946 it was sold to American Home Foods, Inc., a subsidiary of American Home Products Corporation, later known as Wyeth.
Authorization to reuse and/or reproduce must be obtained from Northeast Historic Film. See http://oldfilm.org/content/stock-footage-licensing for more information.

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