Film, Video All my babies...a midwife's own story Midwife's own story
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- All my babies...a midwife's own story
- Other Title
- Midwife's own story
- A training film for midwives. Shows in detail a complete delivery and demonstrates the approved procedures to be used by the midwife before, during, and after delivery. Follows a midwife, Mrs. Mary Coley, in her work with various cases under both favorable and unfavorable circumstances.
- Contributor Names
- Stoney, George C., direction, production, writing.
- Cadwallader, Marian F.
- Mitchell, Hannah D.
- Bond, Peaslee, camera.
- Cummins, Sylvia K., editing.
- Applebaum, Louis, 1918-2000, music.
- Association of American Medical Colleges. Medical Audio-Visual Institute.
- Georgia. Department of Public Health.
- Columbia University. Press. Center for Mass Communication.
- Created / Published
- United States : Distributed by CMC, Center for Mass Communication of Columbia University Press, 1953.
- Subject Headings
- - Midwifery--Georgia--Albany
- - Coley, Mary Francis Hill,--1900-1966
- - African American midwives--Georgia--Albany
- - Childbirth at home--Georgia--Albany
- - Prenatal care--Georgia--Albany
- - Obstetrics--Georgia--Albany
- Documentary films
- Instructional films
- Feature films
- Nonfiction films
- - MP4939 U.S. Copyright Office
- - Copyright: State of Georgia Dept. of Health; 25Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP4939.
- - Appearing: Mrs. Mary Coley.
- - Introduced by Wm. A. Mason, M.D., Ph.D.
- - Technical supervisors, Marion F. Cadwallader, R.N., B.S., Hannah D. Mitchell, R.N., M.P.H. ; director of photography, Peaslee Bond ; assistant cameraman, Robert Galbraith ; edited by, Sylvia K. Cummins ; technical supervisors, Marion F. Cadwallader, R.N., B.S., Hannah D. Mitchell, R.N., M.P.H. ; musical director, Louis Applebaum ; sound engineer, Walter Winn ; assistant sound engineer, Jack Brown ; chief electrician, Robert Downey ; music performed by the Musical Art Chorus, Othello C. Wilson, director.
- - Photographed between January and March, 1952 in Albany, Georgia.
- - Summary from original catalog card in M/B/RS Film & Television card catalog.
- - Additional holdings for this title may be available. Contact reference librarian.
- - This film was selected for the National Film Registry.
- - Sources used: Barnouw, E. Documentary, a history of the non-fiction film, p. 258; U.S. National Library of Medicine WWW site, viewed July 3, 2017 (digital collections catalog record for All my babies); Film History, Vol. 1, No. 4 (1987), p. 367-392, Jackson, L. The Production of George Stoney's film "All my babies: a midwife's own story" on JSTOR, retrieved July 3, 2017; Internet movie database WWW site, viewed July 3, 2017; Wikipedia WWW site, viewed July 3, 2017.
- 2 video files (digital, MPEG-4) (ca. 55 min.) : si., b&w.
- viewing print 3 film reels of 3 on 1 (ca. 55 min., 1,930 ft.,) : sd., b&w, 16 mm.
- Call Number/Physical Location
- FDA 4767 (viewing print)
- Source Collection
- Barnouw (Erik) Collection (Library of Congress)
- Digital Id
- Library of Congress Control Number
- Online Format
- LCCN Permalink
- Additional Metadata Formats
- MARCXML Record
- MODS Record
- Dublin Core Record
- Applebaum, Louis
- Association of American Medical Colleges. Medical Audio-Visual Institute
- Bond, Peaslee
- Cadwallader, Marian F.
- Columbia University. Press. Center for Mass Communication
- Cummins, Sylvia K.
- Georgia. Department of Public Health
- Mitchell, Hannah D.
- Stoney, George C.
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Chicago citation style:
Cadwallader, Marian F, Hannah D Mitchell, Peaslee Bond, Louis Applebaum, Association Of American Medical Colleges. Medical Audio-Visual Institute, Georgia. Department Of Public Health, and Columbia University. Press. Center For Mass Communication. All My Babies...a Midwife's Own Story. editeds by Cummins, Sylvia K.Iting, , , directeds by Stoney, George C.Ectionuction, Writing, produceds by Stoney, George C.Ectionuction, Writing United States: Distributed by CMC, Center for Mass Communication of Columbia University Press, 1953. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017604960/.
APA citation style:
Cadwallader, M. F., Mitchell, H. D., Bond, P., Applebaum, L., Association Of American Medical Colleges. Medical Audio-Visual Institute, Georgia. Department Of Public Health & Columbia University. Press. Center For Mass Communication, Cummins, S. K. I., ed. (1953) All My Babies...a Midwife's Own Story. Stoney, G. C. E., dir, Stoney, G. C. E., prod United States: Distributed by CMC, Center for Mass Communication of Columbia University Press. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2017604960/.
MLA citation style:
Cadwallader, Marian F, et al. All My Babies...a Midwife's Own Story. ed by Cummins, Sylvia K.Iting, , , dir by Stoney, George C.Ectionuction, Writing, prod by Stoney, George C.Ectionuction, Writing United States: Distributed by CMC, Center for Mass Communication of Columbia University Press, 1953. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2017604960/>.
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