Tobacco harvesting

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Institute of Outdoor Drama The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
(Y19) 962-1328 CB# 3240, NCNB Plaza

Chapel Hill, N.C. 27899-3240
August 27, 1991

Scott Ray
39 Oak Street
Geneseo, NY 14454

Dear Scott:

This is to confirm our agreement that you will serve as moderator for a panel on
the program of the 1991 National Conference on Outdoor Drama sponsored by the
Institute of Outdoor Drama.

The panel you will lead, entitled "Natural Acting", is scheduled from 9:00am
until 10:30am on Sunday, October 27, at The Holiday Inn, Bardstown. I will leave
it to you to contact panel members to talk about content and organization of the
session. Joining you on the panel are:

Don Baker 703-463-7088 (w)
Producer/artistic director 703-463-1010 (h)
Lime Kiln Arts, Inc.

PO BX 663
Lexington, VA 24450

David Lively, director 502-587-3429
Hatfields & McCoys

1428 Rufer Avenue #4

Louisville, KY 40204

Charlie Otte, director 213-464-2227
Blue Jacket

1527-3/4 N. Bronson Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90027

As moderator, your job will be to keep the discussion moving and see that we stay
on track. Be sure to allow sufficient time at the end for questions from the

Thank you for agreeing to serve as moderator of this important panel, Scott. I
have enclosed a copy of the conference schedule for your information. You will
receive the brochure containing conference registration and hotel reservation
forms in early September. In the meantime, please feel free to give me a call if
you have questions.

We°re looking forward to seeing you in Bardstown!


Scott J. Parker

Tobacco harvesting
Woman on a tobacco harvester hanging tobacco. Date from negative sleeve.
August 03, 1963
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6cm x 6cm
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