Audio Recordings Conversation with two white females, Meadville, Mississippi

Format Audio Recordings
Contributors Unidentified
Wolfram, Walt
Dates 1972
Location Meadville
United States
Language English
Subjects Children, White
Dating (Social Customs)
English Language
Motion Pictures
Motorcycling Accidents
Night Gallery (Television Program)
School Discipline
Conversation with two white females, Meadville, Mississippi
Contributor Names
Unidentified (Speaker)
Wolfram, Walt, 1941- (Collector)
Created / Published
Subject Headings
-  Motion pictures
-  English language--Dialects--Mississippi--Meadville
-  Schools--Mississippi
-  Children, White--Mississippi--Meadville--Language
-  Teenagers--Mississippi--Meadville--Language
-  Motorcycling accidents--Mississippi
-  School discipline
-  Dating (Social customs)--Mississippi--Meadville
-  Night gallery (Television program)
-  Interviews
-  United States -- Mississippi -- Meadville
-  For rights information contact the collector’s institution: University of the District of Columbia. Washington, DC
-  Two white females between 15 and 17 years old.
-  Talk about a motorcycle accident; in which 2 of their friends were badly injured; dress code at school; and what young people do for fun in Meadville.
Audio tape; 10.5” reel, 7.5 ips; duration: 12:06
Call Number
AFC 1986/022: AFS 24,332 b02
Source Collection
Center for Applied Linguistics Collection (AFC 1986/022)
American Folklife Center
Digital Id

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