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Architecture Department Audiovisual materials contains audiocassettes, carousel slides, compact discs, film, and videotapes; including Erlanger House tour photos (2003), lecture series talks (1998-99), two interviews (1993) and a lecture (1997) featuring Max Abromovitz, an American Institute of Architects lecture (AIA) (1995), an interview with Larry Perkins (1995), the Temple Hoyne Buell Foundation (1990-91), the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) (1990), a National Architectural Accrediting Board talk (NAAB) (1990), a talk about the Lawrence J. Plym Auditorium (1990), student exchange programs informational films (1984-86), and slideshow photograph carousels promoting the study abroad Versailles program with images of French, Italian, and Greek architecture, student activities, and cultural and recreational sites (1982-92).
The audio cassettes provide narration and music to accompany the carousels of Versailles study abroad program promotional photographs.