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COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR

CARL D. PERKINS, Kentucky, Chairman
FRANK THOMPSON, JR., New Jersey ALBERT H. QUIE, Minnesota
JOHN H. DENT, Pennsylvania

JOHN M. ASHBROOK, Ohio
DOMINICK V. DANIELS, New Jersey ALPHONZO BELL, California
JOHN BRADEMAS, Indiana

JOHN N. ERLENBORN, Illinois JAMES G. O'HARA, Michigan

MARVIN L. ESCH, Michigan AUGUSTUS F. HAWKINS, California EDWIN D. ESHLEMAN, Pennsylvania WILLIAM D. FORD, Michigan

PETER A. PEYSER, New York PATSY T. MINK, Hawaii (on leave)

RONALD A. SARASIN, Connecticut LLOYD MEEDS, Washington

JOHN BUCHANAN, Alabama PHILLIP BURTON, California

JAMES M. JEFFORDS, Vermont JOSEPH M. GAYDOS, Pennsylvania

LARRY PRESSLER, South Dakota WILLIAM “BILL" CLAY, Missouri

WILLIAM F. GOODLING, Pennsylvania
SHIRLEY CHISHOLM, New York

VIRGINIA SMITH, Nebraska
MARIO BIAGGI, New York
IKE ANDREWS, North Carolina
WILLIAM LEHMAN, Florida
JAIME BENITEZ, Puerto Rico
MICHAEL BLOUIN, Iowa
ROBERT CORNELL, Wisconsin
TED RISENHOOVER, Oklahoma
PAUL SIMON, Illinois
EDWARD BEARD, Rhode Island
LEO ZEFERETTI, New York
GEORGE MILLER, California
RONALD MOTTL, Ohio
TIM HALL, Illinois

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JOHN BRADEMAS, Indiana, Chairman PATSY T. MINK, Hawaii (on leave)

ALPHONZO BELL, California LLOYD MEEDS, Washington

PETER A. PEYSER, New York SHIRLEY CHISHOLM, New York

JAMES M. JEFFORDS, Vermont WILLIAM LEHMAN, Florida

LARRY PRESSLER, South Dakota
ROBERT CORNELL, Wisconsin

ALBERT H. QUIE, Minnesota, Ex Officio
EDWARD BEARD, Rhode Island
LEO ZEFERETTI, New York
GEORGE MILLER, California
TIM HALL, Illinois
CARL D. PERKINS, Kentucky, D:Officio

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COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC WELFARE

HARRISON A. WILLIAMS, Jr., New Jersey, Chairman
JENNINGS RANDOLPH, West Virginia JACOB K. JAVITS, New York
CLAIBORNE PELL, Rhode Island

RICHARD S. SCHWEIKER, Pennsylvania
EDWARD M. KENNEDY, Massachusetts ROBERT TAFT, JR., Ohio
GAYLORD NELSON, Wisconsin

J. GLENN BEALL, JR., Maryland
WALTER F. MONDALE, Minnesota

ROBERT T. STAFFORD, Vermont
THOMAS F. EAGLETON, Missouri

PAUL LAXALT, Nevada
ALAN CRANSTON, California
WILLIAM D. HATHAWAY, Maine
JOHN A. DURKIN, New Hampshire

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SPECIAL SUBCOMMITTEE ON ARTS AND HUMANITIES

CLAIBORNE PELL, Rhode Island, Chairman GAYLORD NELSON, Wisconsin

JACOB K, JAVITS, New York THOMAS F. EAGLETON, Missouri

ROBERT TAFT, JR., Ohio
WALTER F. MONDALE, Minnesota

ROBERT T. STAFFORD, Vermont
WILLIAM D. HATHAWAY, Maine
HARRISON A. WILLIAMS, Jr., New Jersey

(ex officio)

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CONTENTS

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371

Hearings held in Washington, D.C.:

November 12, 1975.

November 13, 1975.

November 14, 1975.

Text of H.R. 7216 and S. 1800.

Statement of:

Ames, Amyas, National Committee for the Cultural Resources and

chairman of the board of the Lincoln Center, New York.

Backas, James, executive director, Maryland Arts Council, Baltimore,

Md.

Berman, Dr. Ronald, Chairman, National Endowment for the

Humanities.

Bode, Carl, chairman, Maryland Arts Council, Baltimore, Md.

Brustein, Robert, dean, Yale School of Drama -

Capra, Frank, screen director, producer, writer, American Film

Institute.-

Coats, Maurice, executive director, Texas Commission on the Arts

and Humanities; Frank R. Dunham executive director, Virginia
Commission of the Arts and Humanities; William Jamison, execu-
tive director, Oklahoma Arts and Humanities Council; Dr. Sandra
Perry, executive director, Arkansas State Council on the Arts and
Humanities; and M. J. Zakrzewski, executive director, Alabama

State Council on the Arts and Humanities.
Davis, Douglas, New York City
Fridley, Russell, chairman, Minnesota Humanities Commission;

Edgar Shannon, chairman, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities;
Keith Blackledge, chairman, Nebraska Committee for the Human-
ities; David Littlefield, chairman, Vermont Committee for the
Humanities; and Judge Florence Murray, chairman, Rhode Island

Committee for the Humanities --

Hanks, Nancy, Chairman, National Endowment for the Arts, ac-

companied by Michael Straight, Deputy Chairman; and Brian

O'Doherty, director, visual arts program.

Hastings, Richard A., deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislation

(Education), Department of Health, Education, and Welfare,

accompanied by Harold W. Arberg, Director of the Arts and

Humanities staff.

Hero, Peter deC., executive director, Oregon Arts Commission.

Heston, Charlton, chairman, board of trustees, American Film

Institute

Huseman, Richard, director, Bicentennial Youth Debates, Wash-

ington, D.C..

Lomax, Michael L., executive director, Bureau of Cultural and

International Affairs, city of Atlanta, Ga.

Meachum, Roy, Metromedia
Perry, Eleanor (lírs.), film writer-producer, board of trustees, Ameri-

can Film Institute -

Richmond, Hon. Frederick, a Representative in Congress from the

State of New York.

Sheppard, Suzanne (Mrs.), Sunnyvale, Calif.

Stevens, George, Jr., director, The American Film Institute.

Tester, Louise, executive director, Arizona Commission on the Arts

and the Humanities..

211

291

98

329

362

Prepared statements, letters, supplemental material, etc.:

Ames, Amyas, National Committee for Cultural Resources and chair-

man of the board of the Lincoln Center, New York, “National Page
Report on the Arts,” a research report--

249
Backas, James, executive director of the Maryland Arts Council,
prepared statement of .

95

Berman, Dr. Ronald, Chairman, National Endowment for the Hu-

manities:

Prepared opening statement of

125

Prepared statement of

Blackledge, Keith L., chairman of the Nebraska Committee for the 225

Humanities, prepared statement of..

Burkhardt, Frederick, president emeritus, ACLS, Burlington, Vt.,

letter and enclosure to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated Oct. 14, 1975.- 207
Frankel, Dr. Charles, Old Dominion professor of philosophy and public

affairs at Columbia University, New York, prepared statement of.. 208
Grody, Donald, executive secretary, Actors' Equity Association,

New York, N.Y., letter to Dr. Ronald Berman dated Sept. 9, 1975.- 204

Hanks, Nancy, Chairman, National Endowment for the Arts:

Biographies, National Endowment for the Arts staff_

76

Letter from Hon. Jacob K. Javits, dated Nov. 17, 1975, and
reply dated Dec. 10, 1975----

30

Prepared statement of

54

State councils on the arts and humanities, lists of members and

their occupations -

39

Supplemental prepared statement of -

83

The National Endowment for the Arts, an article.

52

Hero, deC. Peter, executive director, Oregon Arts Commission,

prepared statement of..

108

Huseman, Richard, director, Bicentennial Youth Debates, Washing-

ton, D.C., prepared statement and exhibits.

294

Lee, Sherman, vice chairman, National Council on the Humanities,

the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, letter to Hon.

Claiborne Pell, dated September 16, 1975, with enclosure-

138

Littlefield, David J., Stewart professor of English, Middlebury College,

prepared statement of..

223

Lomax, Michael L., director, Bureau of Cultural Affairs, city of At-

lanta, prepared statement of .--.

101

Murray, Hon. Florence K., associate justice of the Rhode Island

Superior Court and chairman of the Rhode Island Committee for
the Humanities, prepared statement of

219

National Endowment for the Humanities:

Committee membership lists.

148

The Endowment and the Bicentennial.

177

Pell, Hon. Claiborne, a Senator from the State of Rhode Island,

and Chairman, Senate Subcommittee on the Arts and Humanities,

“Riding Out the Storm at Channel 13 With Jay Iselin," a newspaper

article

191

Sheppard, Suzanne (Mrs.), Sunnyvale, Calif., prepared statement of.. 335

Stevens, George, Jr., director, the American Film Institute:

Letter with material requested to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated

November 14, 1975-

353

Prepared statement of..

357

Tester, Louise C., executive director of the Arizona Commission on the
Arts and Humanities, prepared statement of..

104
APPENDIX

Alderson, William T., director, American Association for State & Local

History, Nashville, Tenn., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated Septem-

ber 24, 1975...

430

American Film Institute:

Self-generated revenue, analysis of growth of..

405

"Summary of Curriculum and Conservatory Programs, Center for

Advanced Film Studies,” a report.

400

Anastasi, Joseph G., secretary, State of Maryland, Department of Eco-

nomic and Community Development, Annapolis, Md., letter to Hon.

John Brademas, dated December 3, 1975.-

418

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467

437

464

444

Andrus, Cecil D., Governor, State of Idaho, Boise, letter to Hon. Frank

Church, dated October 17, 1975-

Artists, Composers and Authors Caucus, Minneapolis, Minn., "Statement

on S. 1800 and H.R. 7216,” by the National Foundation on the Arts

and Humanities

Birdman, Jerome M., dean, School of Fine Arts, the University of Ne-

braska at Omaha, Omaha, Nebr., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated

November 7, 1975..

Blackledge, Keith L., chairman, Nebraska Committee for the Humanities,

North Platte Telegraph, North Platte, Nebr., letter to Hon. Claiborne

Peil, dated November 20, 1975–

Blunk, Rebecca T., administrator, Fredonia Arts Council, Fredonia, Kans.,

letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated October 22, 1975-

Bourne, C. William, manager, Murray Louis Dance Co., New York, N.Y.,

letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated November 6, 1975..

Bowie, W. F., president, by Mary Phillips, executive secretary, the Texas

Boys Choir, Fort Worth, Tex., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated

November 12, 1975.

Brechemin, Mrs. Louis, Seattle, Wash., mailgram to Hon. Claiborne Pell,

dated November 4, 1975.

Brewer, Thomas B., chairman, Texas Committee for the Humanities and

Public Policy, Arlington, Tex., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated

October 10, 1975..

Brown, H. Hewett, general agent, the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co.,

Louisville, Ky., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated November 13,

1975...
Brustein, Robert, dean, Yale University, School of Drama, New Haven.

Conn., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated September 30, 1975.
Bunting, George L., Jr., president, Noxell Corp., Baltimore, Md., letter

to Hon. Claiborne Pelí, dated November 6, 1975.--
Carlson, A. J., associate dean for humanities and vice chairman, Texas

Committee for Humanities and Public Policy, Austin College, Sherman,

Tex., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated October 10, 1975.
Coats, Maurice, executive director, Texas Commission on the Arts &

Humanities, Austin, Tex., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated Novem-

ber 17, 1975..
Cooke, Eileen D., director, Washington Office, American Library Associa-

tion, Washington, D.C., letter to Claiborne Pell, dated December 5,

1975...

Cox, Leland H., Jr., executive secretary, South Carolina Committee for

the Humanities, Columbia, S.C., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated

October 10, 1975...

Craddick, Jan, executive director, Southeast Alaska Regional Arts Council,

Sitka, Alaska, letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated October 17, 1975..

D'Amours, Hon. Norman E., a Representative in Congress from the

State of New Hampshire, prepared statement of -
Daniels, Edwin A., Jr., vice president, The Rouse Co., Columbia, Nd.,

letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated November 4, 1975.
Davis, Ossie, Dee & Davis, New Rochelle, N.Y., letier to Hon. Claiborne

Pell, dated October 16, 1975.
del Tufo, Joseph P., professor, English literature, Dover, Del., letter to

Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated September 28, 1975.

Diebold, David K., Buffalo, N.Y., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated

November 3, 1975.

Diller, Edward, director, Honors College, professor of German, Univer-

sity of Oregon, Eugene, Oreg., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated

October 15, 1975.

Dunham, Frank R., executive director, Commonwealth of Virginia,

Richmond, Va., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated December 1, 1975...
Early, Arthur E., Meldrum and Fewsmith, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, letter

to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated October 7, 1975---
Edgerton, Wallace B. president, Institute of International Education,

New York, N.Y., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated October 23,

1975..

Eftis, Naomi, producing director, The Back Alley Theatre, Inc., Wash-

ington, D.C., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated November 4, 1975...

469

478

381

463

449

431

477

442

453

Feinberg, Harry, president, Duron Paint Manufacturing Co., Inc., Belts- Page

ville, Md., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated November 3, 1975.

461

Feldman, Ronald, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts Inc., letter to Hon. John

Brademas, dated October 27, 1975---

418

Finkelstein, Rona G., executive director, Delaware Humanities Forum,

Wilmington, Del., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated September 29,

1975...

433

Fisher, Dr. Charles M., chairman, department of music, MacMurray

College, Jacksonville, Fla., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated Novem-

ber 8, 1975.

466

Frantz, Joe B., The Texas State Historical Association, Austin, Tex.,

letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated October 1, 1975.-

438

Freydberg, James, president, Cultural Communications, Narberth, Pa.,

letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated October 29, 1975.-

457

Friedman, Irwin E., attorney and counselor at law, Fairfield, Conn.,

letter tó Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated November 13, 1975.

467

Gale, Thomas M., chairman, New Mexico Humanities Council, The

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N. Mex., letter to Hon.

Claiborne Pell, dated October 10, 1975--

446

Garvan, Anthony N. B., graduate group chairman, University of Penn-

sylvania, Philadelphia, letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated Septem-

ber 19, 1975.---

422

Gilmore, Roger, dean, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago,

letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated September 15, 1975.-

422

Gionish, Gerard, director, Painted Bride Art Center Inc., Philadelphia,

Pa., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated November 17, 1975.

468

Goossen, Lawrence, executive producer, St. Clement's, New York, N.Y.,

letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated October 23, 1975.

453

Gordon, Bertram I., president, L. Gordon & Son, Inc., Baltimore, Md.,

letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated November 3, 1975.

461

Gunderson, Belmar, acting director, University of Minnesota, Women's

Intercollegiate Athletics, Minneapolis, Minn., letter to Hon. Claiborne

Pell, dated October 28, 1975-

456

Gunter, Pete A., chairman, department of philosophy, North Texas State

University, Denton, Tex., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated

October 10, 1975-.

445

Halio, Jay L., professor of English, Newark, Del., letter to Hon. Claiborne

Pell, dated September 29, 1975---

435

Hammond, Jay S., Governor, State of Alaska, Juneau, letter to Hon.

Claiborne Pell, dated October 23, 1975--

452

Hamrick, William S., assistant professor of philosophy, Southern Illinois

University at Edwardsville, Edwardsville, III., letter to Hon. Claiborne

Pell, dated September 30, 1975_-

437

Hanks, Nancy, Chairman, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington,

D.C., letter from Hon. Jacob K. Javits, dated November 17, 1975, and

reply dated December 10, 1975---

414

Haseltine, Ingeborg C., Woodside, N.Y., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell,

dated November 7, 1975..

463

Henke, Warren A., Ph. D., Bismarck, N. Dak., letter to Hon. Quentin N.

Burdick, dated October 7, 1975.--.

443

Hero, Peter deC., executive director, Oregon Arts Commission, Salem,

Oreg., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated October 1, 1975.-

438

Hicks, Richard F., letter to Congressperson, dated November 3, 1975---

463
Hombach, Ruth, Westmont, Ill., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated Sep-
tember 23, 1975..

427

Huffman, Roy E., chairman, Montana Committee for the Humanities,

Missoula, Mont., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated September 23,

1975.

429

Hunter, Kermit H., dean, Southern Methodist University, Meadows

School of the Arts, Dallas, Tex., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated

October 22,1975.

451

Iselin, John Jay, president, WNET/13, New York, N.Y., letter to Hon.
Claiborne Pell, dated September 24, 1975.-

430

Jackson, Maynard, mayor, city of Atlanta, Ga., letter to Hon. Claiborne

Pell, dated October 29, 1975.

457

Jacobs, Max W. Buffalo, N.Y., letter to Hon. Claiborne Pell, dated Octo-

ber 30, 1975-

458

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