Format Films, Videos
- Carved Leather Cantle and Leather Punches
- Procession of floats
- Interview with Denis and Margie Dennehy about teaching Irish ...
- Tourists going round Yellowstone Park
- Execution of Czolgosz, with panorama of Auburn Prison
- Panoramic view of the Golden Gate
- Jørgen Hyland, Hardanger fiddler, Evanston
- A trip around the Pan-American Exposition
- What was in Lincoln's pockets?
- Policy and pie
- Panorama of Machine Co. aisle, Westinghouse works
- Great conversations: the pianists (Segment 02)
- Welding the big ring
- Shall we prepare?
- Ruby Sales
- Great conversations: the conductors: James Conlon (Segment 07)
- Pack mules with ammunition on the Santiago Trail, Cuba
- Wreck of the battleship "Maine"
- Chicken chowder / Irene Giblin
- Colored troops disembarking
- Krazy Kat, bugologist
- The stenographer's friend, or, What was accomplished by an ...
- Roosevelt's Rough Riders
- Uncle Josh at the moving picture show
- New York City "ghetto" fish market
- Roosevelt, friend of the birds 
- John Georganas Family Orchestra at the home of Angelos Kontaxis
- Star Theatre
- Leonard-Cushing fight
- Coil winding machines, Westinghouse works
Cynthia Baker Anderson and Fletcher Anderson oral history interview conducted by Joseph Mosnier in Bogalusa, Louisiana, 2011-05-27.
Cynthia and Fletcher Anderson remember the segregation and job discrimination they faced in Bogalusa, Louisiana, and their decision to join the Civil Rights Movement. Fletcher recalls working many different jobs at the Crown Zellerbach paper mill, the harassment of the police and Ku Klux Klan, and joining the Deacons of Defense and Justice. They discuss their job discrimination lawsuits, their friends involved in the ...
- Contributor: Civil Rights History Project (u.s.) - Mosnier, Joseph - Anderson, Fletcher - Anderson, Cynthia Baker
- Date: 2011-05-27
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