Film, Video Palmour Street : A Study in Family Life

About this Item

Title
Palmour Street : A Study in Family Life
Contributor Names
Georgia. Department of Public Health
Southern Educational Film Production Service
Created / Published
1951
Subject Headings
-  Instructional films
Genre
Instructional films
Notes
-  Summary: This film shows events in the family life of rural African-American families living on Palmour Street in Gainesville, Georgia. It illustrates basic concepts of mental health as they relate to family life and highlights some of the ways that parents influence the mental and emotional development of their children. Also addressed are the challenges for a household in which both parents work outside the home.
-  Credits: Commentary by Rev. Wm. Holmes Borders.
Medium
Film, Video
Call Number/Physical Location
Mavis identifier: 2035389
Source Collection
American Archives Of The Factual Film Collection
Repository
Motion Picture, Broadcasting And Recorded Sound Division
Language
English
Online Format
image
video

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Georgia. Department Of Public Health, and Southern Educational Film Production Service. Palmour Street: A Study in Family Life. 1951. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/mbrs02035389/.

APA citation style:

Georgia. Department Of Public Health & Southern Educational Film Production Service. (1951) Palmour Street: A Study in Family Life. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/mbrs02035389/.

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Georgia. Department Of Public Health, and Southern Educational Film Production Service. Palmour Street: A Study in Family Life. 1951. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/mbrs02035389/>.