Format Films, Videos
- Country Club / Scott Joplin
- Admiral Dewey leading land parade, no. 2
- Dunham Technique: Rocking horse
- Edison kinetoscopic record of a sneeze, January 7, 1894
- Courtland Cox
- Froglegs Rag / James Scott
- Barbed Wire Fence
- Braided Bosal and Macardy on Saddle Blanket
- Urban Social Dance, Jamaica Fieldwork
- Roosevelt's Rough Riders
- The great train robbery
- President McKinley reviewing the troops at the Pan-American ...
- Lawrence Guyot
- Chicago-Michigan football game
- Buckaroos at Cabin
- Kathleen Cleaver
- Star Theatre
- Carving the Meat
- Columbus's Most Prized Possession
- What was in Lincoln's pockets?
- Panorama of Machine Co. aisle, Westinghouse works
- Dunham Technique: Yonvalou
- Evans Darrell Hopkins
- Sign at Main Entrance Gate, Ninety-Six Ranch
- Interview with Denis and Margie Dennehy about teaching Irish ...
- Katherine Dunham on need for Dunham Technique
- The dinosaur and the missing link, a prehistoric tragedy
- Arriving at Hartscrabble Field
- Great conversations: chamber music (Segment 01)
- A Legend is Born
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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