This subseries includes materials for Klima's personal use, including experimental films, home movies, and documentation of painting purchases. Arranged alphabetically.
Edited, experimental film juxtaposing contemporary advertisements and daily routine of a man. Titles credit “Minalico Productions” and Marlayna Lipton, Jeanette Collamer, Jeff Nathan, Howie Mittleman as directors, producers, and writers, as well as Jeff Cohen and Carl Monte as actors.
Edited, experimental film juxtaposing contemporary advertisements, ethnographic textbook photographs, and the daily routine of a woman. Titles: “A film by Susan Charette, Susan Laks, Lawrence Lubetsky, and Walter Silver, starring Carl Monti and introducing Peggy Bulger.”
Unedited trims and outs from Nature? Or: Where Have All the Flowers Gone? and [Untitled experimental film] .
Home movies of naval ships, submarines, and blimps in a harbor; Bavarian street scenes; a tropical beach; people frolicking at an outdoor pool; and paintings in an office (some paper documentation may correspond).
Unedited footage shot, presumably by Klima, of sculptures, reenactments, graves, and wreaths honoring the Revolutionary and Civil Wars (and others). Stock code indicates it was shot either in 1949 or 1969. Title from Klima’s labels.
The George J. Klima collection documents his field work, published works, and professional activities from 1953-2014 and primarily deal with his work studying cattle herding and kinship among the Barabaig in northern Tanzania. The collection consists of camera original film and sound recordings, photographs, field notes, and publications (text and audiovisual). Also included are correspondence; teaching and adminstrative materials from his time as a professor at the State University of New York at Albany (SUNY Albany); and personal audiovisual recordings including experimental films.