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Title Work

Title No: 164

Title: Interview with Beulah Pinkney

Medium: Audio; Moving Image

Original Medium: Film; Video

Date: 26 Feb  1992 (Created)

Original Summary:
Interview with Beulah Pinkney conducted for The Great Depression.  Discussion centers on the Baltimore City-Wide Young People's Forum and includes the lynching of George Armwood in Princess Anne, Maryland in 1933, the fight for Donald Gaines Murray to be admitted to the University of Maryland Law School. also mentions journalist Clarence Mitchell Jr. and his wife Juanita Jackson Mitchell.

Countries of Origin: U.S.A.

Duration: 16 min 43 sec 

Genres: Interview

Subjects: Segregation in education; Lynching

Name As Subjects: Pinkney, Beulah; Mitchell, Clarence M.; Armwood, George; Murray, Donald Gaines; Mitchell, Juanita Jackson

Production CompanyBlackside, Inc.
IntervieweePinkney, Beulah

Subject : Beulah Pinkney
Used in Episode Number : 317

Reference Materials x2


Items x3

164-1Audio Tape : 1/4" Audio Tape 
164-2Video Tape : U-matic 
164-5Digital : Video/mpeg 

Component Contents x6

14651-1-164-1Safety Film : Original negative 
14661-1-164-1Video Tape : BetacamSP 
14650-1-164-2Safety Film : Original negative 
14661-2-164-1Digital : Video/dvcpro 50 
14650-2-164-2Video Tape : BetacamSP 
14650-3-164-2Digital : Video/dvcpro 50 

Contained By x4

Title NoTitle
7596The Great Depression [interviews]
14650Not for public viewing
14651Not for public viewing
14661Not for public viewing

Related Works x1

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