Audio recordings collected from the Morongo Indian Reservation and Malki Museum (Banning, California) between 1979 and 1983
for use in the production of radio programs describing oral traditions as a means to understanding traditional and contemporary
Cahuilla culture. Included are the Voices International radio productions The Old Ways Are Gone and The Cahuilla Creation
Myth. Supplementary materials include production transcripts, ethnological notes of Arthur Harrington (surrogates) pertaining
to Perfecto Segundo's 1937 recordings of the Cahuilla creation story, materials pertaining to Katherine Siva Saubel's translations
of the Perfecto Segundo recordings, and production/program ephemera. Program consultants and participants included: Katherine
Siva Saubel, Mariano Saubel, Alvino Siva, Robert Levi, Ernest Siva, Marianne Andreas, Lowell John Bean. With additional assistance
from: Harry Lawton, Matt Pablo, Esther Levi, Tom Blackburn, June Siva.
Production Agency: Voices International. Production partner, WDR, Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Cologne, Germany. Co-Producers
- Everett Frost and Faith Wilding, Director - Everett Frost, Recording and Production Engineers: Audio Engineering Associates,
Pasadena: Wes Dooley, Sarah Beebe, Pitt Kinsolving. Peter Sutheim, David Rapkin, Stephen Erickson. Major funding for the project
was provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities, with additional funding from the California Arts Council and the
City of Los Angeles Bicentennial Commission. Distributed 1987 - 1995 by National Public Radio and the Pacifica Program Service.
Broadcast in Germany via WDR as "NachKlang" in 1985. Materials collected between the years 1979-1983.
Ownership of the physical collection belongs to the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum. Other rights, including copyright and cultural
rights, are retained by the creators and their heirs. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds these
rights and pursue the rights owner[s] or his or her heir[s] for permission to publish or reproduce content where the Agua
Caliente Cultural Museum does not hold such rights.For research purposes only.
Collection is open for research.