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Title Work

Title No: 3717

Title: Governor Folsom speech to Alabama legislature

Medium: Moving Image

Original Medium: Film


25 Feb  1956 (Created)

11 Nov  1985 (Compiled)

Original Summary:
Woman (publisher of Tuscaloosa News) speaks, says that some brilliant minds can come together to make some decisions that would help. A black man says that that is the kind of thing that the negro press has been advocating all along. Jack Brock from the Alabama Labor News says they endorse wholeheartedly. Governor Folsom says that anybody with common sense knows that negroes and whites aren't going to school (together) anytime in the near future. Supreme Court decision caused all the problems. Cutaways to reporters, spectators, cameras.

Countries of Origin: U.S.A.

Duration: 5 min 5 sec 

Forms: Stock shot

Genres: News

Subjects: Black newspapers; School integration; Alabama--Race relations; Speeches, addresses, etc., American--Alabama--Montgomery

Name As Subjects: Folsom, James Elisha

CompilerBlackside, Inc.
SpeakerFolsom, James Elisha
CreatorMovietonews (Firm)
Source of MaterialMovietonews (Firm)
Copyright ClaimantMovietonews (Firm)

Items x3

3717-1Safety Film : Positive picture 
3717-2Safety Film : Sprocketed Magnetic Film 
3717-3Safety Film : Magnetic track 

Contained By x1

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