Audio Recording Interview with Hugo Black, Harlan, Alabama

About this Item

Title
Interview with Hugo Black, Harlan, Alabama
Contributor Names
Crane, Maurice A. (Collector)
Black, Hugo LaFayette, 1886-1971 (Speaker)
Sevareid, Eric (Interviewer)
Agronsky, Martin (Interviewer)
Created / Published
Unknown
Subject Headings
-  English language--Dialects--Alabama
-  Men, White--Alabama--Harlan--Language
-  Black, Hugo LaFayette, 1886-1971--Language
-  Black, Hugo LaFayette, 1886-1971--Philosophy
-  United States. Constitution 1st-10th Amendments
-  United States. Supreme Court
-  Law--Interpretation and construction
-  Constitutional law
-  Judges--United States--Language
-  Natural law
-  United States. Constitution
-  Interviews
-  Essays
-  United States -- Alabama -- Harlan
Genre
Interviews
Essays
Notes
-  For rights information contact the collector’s institution: Michigan State University. East Lansing, Michigan; Vincent Voice Library
-  Hugo Black, Supreme Court Justice.
-  Interviewed by Martin Agronsky. Talks about the Bill of Rights and the U.S. Constitution.
Medium
Audio tape; 10.5” reel, 7.5 ips; duration: 9:40
Call Number/Physical Location
AFC 1986/022: AFS 24,331 a03
Source Collection
Center for Applied Linguistics Collection (AFC 1986/022)
Repository
American Folklife Center
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/afc1986022.sr33a03
Online Format
audio

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Credit line
Center for Applied Linguistics collection (AFC 1986/022), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress.

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Chicago citation style:

Crane, Maurice A, Hugo Lafayette Black, Eric Sevareid, and Martin Agronsky. Interview with Hugo Black, Harlan, Alabama. [Unknown] Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afccal000209/. (Accessed February 21, 2018.)

APA citation style:

Crane, M. A., Black, H. L., Sevareid, E. & Agronsky, M. Interview with Hugo Black, Harlan, Alabama. [Unknown] [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afccal000209/.

MLA citation style:

Crane, Maurice A, et al. Interview with Hugo Black, Harlan, Alabama. [Unknown] Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afccal000209/>.