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    Planning Versus or For the Individual
    (1969) Sanders, Rosemary Roark
    This digitized film from the Hugo Leipziger-Pearce captures highlights of the First Regional Conference of The Nation’s Consultation on the Future Environment of a Democracy held at the University of Texas at Arlington from April 5-6, 1968. The conference demonstrated interdisciplinary interaction between representatives of the social, economic, and physical aspects of planning versus or for the individual. This film contains preliminary interviews by William R. Ewald Jr. with several notable conference speakers including, Reynell Parkins, Mary Ellen Goodman, Roger J. Williams, William R. Hazard, and George Kozmetsky. Highlights of speeches given by George I. Sanchez, Wayne Holtzman, and O’Neal Ford are also present.
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    San Antonio Regional Planning, Alamo Area Council of Governments, Subject: Environmental Concerns and Future Development
    (0000-00-00) Alamo Area Council of Governments
    This digitized film from the Hugo Leipziger-Pearce papers captures a slide presentation created by the Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG). The presentation covers the consequences of urban sprawl and uneven growth in the Bexar County area. The presentation highlights the threats of uneven growth on the area’s economic activities, transportation, pollution, wildlife, vegetation, and architecture.
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    Interview with Walter Scarborough, Houston Developer and Architect
    (1970) Scarborough, Walter
    This digitized film from the Hugo Leipziger-Pearce papers captures a discussion between architect Walter Scarborough and a group of college students.
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    Walter Scarborough Time Lapse
    (1969)
    This digitized film from the Hugo Leipziger-Pearce papers captures the time lapse construction of the 5615 Westheimer Office Building in Houston, Texas designed by architect Walter Scarborough.
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    Walter Scarborough Interview
    (1970)
    This digitized film from the Hugo Leipziger-Pearce papers captures a discussion between architect Walter Scarborough and a group of college students concerning the design of affordable structures and the future of architecture.
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    Walter Scarborough's Houston Projects Outtakes
    (1970)
    This digitized film from the Hugo Leipziger-Pearce captures a trip to a steel factory, likely in the Houston area. The home movie shows factory workers overseeing the production of structural steel building materials. The second half of the film captures the construction of Houston’s Republic National Bank. Architect Walter Scarborough is seen discussing the building’s design with a colleague in the final portion of the home movie.
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    Houston III
    (2015-03-06) Leipziger-Pearce, Hugo
    This digitized film from the Hugo Leipziger-Pearce papers documents a building construction site in the Houston, Texas area.
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    One-Third of a Dream
    (1971) Hicks, Neill DeWitt
    This digitized film from the Hugo Leipzieger-Pearce papers, follows a talk given by University of Texas architecture and planning associate professor Rev. Dr. Reynell Parkins concerning real estate development in Austin’s low income neighborhoods. Parkins touches upon the major issues facing poor families seeking to renovate their homes without access to major bank or financial institution loans. The film contains an interview with an Austin family and a discussion about the Community Development Corporation of Austin (CDCA).
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    Recovery: Corpus Christi After Celia
    (1970) Ewing, Wayne; Miller, Mead P.
    This digitized film from the Hugo Leipzieger-Pearce papers explores the actions of the Redevelopment Assistance Center (RAC) following destruction caused by Hurricane Celia on August 3, 1970 in the Corpus Christi area. RAC was created with the assistance of faculty and students at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture to provide services designed to expedite rebuilding the area destroyed by Celia. Services included drafting architectural plans and processing damage estimates. The film captures scenes of the storm’s damage, School of Architecture Dean, Alan Y. Taniguchi, and RAC staff member Fred Worley conducting a site visit to a Corpus Christi home destroyed by the hurricane.