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Title Work

Title No: 4860

Title: Boyhood of George Washington Carver

Medium: Moving Image

Original Medium: Film

Date: 1973 (Release)

Original Summary:
"Describes how George Washington Carver became one of America's most honored scientists.  Depicts his early years in MIssouri where he became fascinated with nature and where he taught himself to paint and to read."--Audiovisual Materials Catalog 2002-2007 by Audiovisual Services of St. Louis Public Schools.

"Glimpses of the early life of George Washington Carver provide an insight into the development of his curiosity, resourcefulness, and scientific interests." - Summary from Worldcat. 

Countries of Origin: U.S.A.

Duration: 13 min 

Genres: Educational

Subjects: African American scientists; African Americans--Missouri; Agriculturists--United States--Biography

Name As Subjects: Carver, George Washington

Distribution CompanyCoronet Instructional Films
CoordinatorJohnson, Kenneth R.
Source of MaterialSt. Louis Public Schools (Saint Louis, Mo.)

Items x5

4860-1Safety Film : Viewing print 
4860-2Safety Film : Viewing print 
4860-3Safety Film : Viewing print 
4860-4Safety Film : Viewing print 
4860-5Safety Film : Viewing print 

Contained By x1

Title NoTitle
4819St. Louis Public Schools educational film library