The Time Machine was a teaching device dreamed up by John G. Stockmyer. It was built on the campus of Maple Woods Community College. Students who achieved an A on an exam were rewarded with a ticket to the Time Machine. The following is a radio interview conducted in 1976 by Bill Redlin (KANU-FM). The interviewees are John G. Stockmyer and Ron Brink (MWCC Instructor and Theater Director). The interview was broadcast on Voice of America. (Note: The sound quality is poor in places.)
Time Machine Radio Interview
Time Machine (Documents/Articles)
Time Machine (Still Images)
Time Machine (Video Sequences)
On a password-protected page, you may view the original five Time Machine Video Sequences that were produced in the 1970s. If you wish to view them, send me an e-mail explaining your desire to see the videos, and your connection to Kansas City, Maple Woods, etc. I will then e-mail you the username/password so that you can access the Time Machine Videos. Send your request to John L. Stockmyer at: firstname.lastname@example.org.