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Title Work

Title No: 997

Title: Interview with Trude Lash

Medium: Moving Image

Original Medium: Film; Video

Date: 20 May  1992 (Created)

Original Summary:
Interview with Trude Lash conducted for The Great Depression.Discussion centers on her work on behalf of refugees in the face of anti-Semitism and isolationism, as well as recounting efforts by Eleanor Roosevelt and Walter White.She also discusses prominent figures such as Father Coughlin, Marian Anderson and Joe Louis.

Countries of Origin: U.S.A.

Duration: 1 hr 5 min 58 sec 

Genres: Interview

Subjects: Antisemitism; New Deal, 1933-1939; Refugees; Isolationism

Name As Subjects: Roosevelt, Franklin D.; Lash, Trude; Anderson, Marian; Roosevelt, Eleanor; White, Walter Francis; Louis, Joe; Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward)

Production CompanyBlackside, Inc.
IntervieweeLash, Trude
CameramanMalkames, Rick
InterviewerStept, Stephen

Subject : Trude Lash
Used in Episode Number : 317; 318

Reference Materials x2


Items x5

997-1Video Tape : U-matic 
997-4Digital : Video/mpeg 
997-5Safety Film : Original negative 
997-6Video Tape : BetacamSP 
997-7Digital : Video/quicktime 

Contained By x1

Title NoTitle
7596The Great Depression [interviews]

Related Works x2

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31The Great Depression
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