Collection Title: William Franklin Horn Documentary Video Collection, 2001-2004
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||The William Franklin Horn Documentary Video Collection contains two mini digital video
tapes and a digital video disc (DVR) together comprising the footage for and final
cut of the 2004 student documentary titled
161 E. Franklin St.: Our Experiences at Strong’s Coffee Shop. The two producers and directors William Franklin Horn and Aislinn Pentecost-Farren
were anthropology students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC)
when they made the documentary, which is an ethnographic case study of the Chapel
Hill coffee shop and its patrons. Horn and Pentecost-Farren collected B-roll footage
and approximately 30 hours of interviews with baristas and customers, many of whom
were UNC students, faculty, and staff, to study Strong’s as a community space for
work and leisure. Acquired as part of the Southern Folklife Collection.
||Horn, William Franklin.
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- [Identification of item], in the William Franklin Horn Documentary Video Collection
#20392, Southern Folklife Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina
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Encoded by: Laura Smith, July 2018
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