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Title
Sonoma County Commission on the Status of Women, with Carole Domeikis and Colleen O'Neal
Alternative Title
Sonoma County Commission on the Status of Women, with Carole Domeikis and Colleen O'Neal
Sonoma County in the 80s
Creator
Elliott, David
McGlinchey, Rich
Contributor
Domeikis, Carole
O'Neal, Colleen
Sonoma County (Calif.). Public Information Office
3M
Sonoma County Library
Date Created and/or Issued
7/14/1988
Publication Information
Sonoma County (Calif.). Public Information Office
Cable One (Santa Rosa, Calif.)
Contributing Institution
Sonoma County Library
Collection
Sonoma County In The ... Television Series
Rights Information
Public Domain. No restrictions on use.
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Description
Interview with Carole Domeikis, Director, and Colleen O'Neal, chair of the Commission on the Status of Women.
This video recording is part of a long series of television programs entitled "Sonoma County in the [70s, etc.]," were produced between the late 1970s and mid-1990s for Sonoma County public access cable television under direction of the Sonoma County Public Information Office, now known as the County Administrator's Office. Each segment features interviews with Sonoma County elected and appointed officials, department heads, and individuals associated with local educational and cultural organizations. Some segments also feature local business owners and include public service announcements.
The purpose for creating these television segments was to capture the institutional memory of particular interviewees and in some cases document the importance of specific county facilities. The films have local significance that could be fully realized because of format obsolescence (3/4" Umatic and VHS) prior to digitization.
4:03
3.75 ips
00:00:01
NTSC
2-track mono
California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP)
Master
Type
moving image
Format
Sound
Color
Interview; Public Affairs
3/4 inch videotape
Extent
1 Tape of 1
0:29:05
Identifier
https://archive.org/details/cstr_000096
cstr_000096
cavpp004758
http://heritage.sonomalibrary.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15763coll23/id/16
Language
English
Subject
Social Issues and Associations
Sonoma County (Calif.). Commission on the Status of Women
Women--Economic conditions
Women--Health and hygiene
Women--Political activity
Women--Social conditions
Time Period
1980 - 1989
Place
Sonoma County (Calif.)
United States
California
Sonoma
Relation
Sonoma County in the ... Television Series [guide]
http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/c8db86kt/
Sonoma County in the ... Television Series
https://sonomalibrary.org
Provenance
Sonoma County Library
Sonoma County Library Archives
Sonoma County (Calif.). Public Information Office

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