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Title Work

Title No: 4421

Title: Louisiana Governor Earl Long speaking on segregation

Medium: Moving Image

Original Medium: Film


Aug  1959 (Created)

30 Oct  1985 (Compiled)

Original Summary:
Long gives very animated speech. See Governor in extreme close shots, hear him speaking as camera pans across the faces of the audience (Blacks and Whites). He says that he's a million per cent for segregation. He calls  the NAAPC (sic) a communist outfit and says thas if they stay away, he will treat the people right. He says that in 50 years all the colored folk are going to come home from New York.

Countries of Origin: U.S.A.

Duration: 1 min 19 sec 

Forms: Stock shot

Genres: News

Subjects: Louisiana--Race relations; Segregation--United States

Name As Subjects: Long, Earl Kemp

CompilerBlackside, Inc.
CreatorNBC News
Source of MaterialNBC News Archives
Copyright ClaimantNBC News Archives

Uncertain what rights Blackside acquired from NBC News Archive for stock footage.

Items x2

4421-1Safety Film : Positive picture 
4421-2Safety Film : Sprocketed Magnetic Film 

Contained By x1

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