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Coleman, Georgia 1912-1940

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Works: 9 works in 9 publications in 1 language and 9 library holdings
Genres: Records (Sports)  Exhibition catalogs 
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Hearst Metrotone news( Visual )

1 edition published in 1930 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Intertitles: U.S. blimp comes to life savers' aid. C-41 drops line to wrecked ship off Cape May, N.J., as Coast Guard tests new rescue method -- Wilkins returns from Antarctica. Famous explorer charted immense areas hitherto unknown in flights over polar regions -- Diving champion holds her crown. Georgia Coleman defends the high-board title in national A.A.U. meet at Miami Beach. Helene Madison keeps on breaking swimming records -- Greatest flood in history of France takes tragic toll. Hundreds buried in ruins as swollen rivers devastate many towns in southwest -- Moslem hosts invade England. Followers of Mohammed hold a great festival of prayer near London -- [Pacific coast also has its radio kids. Big brother Don Wilson makes you acquainted with the youthful entertainers of station KFI -- Out for another championship. Connie Mack and pennant-winning Philadelphia A's get into shape at Ft. Meyers, Fla. Eddie Collins and the famous infield. Cards ready for a new deal. "Gabby" Street puts St. Louis Nationals through paces at Brandenton, Fla
Hearst Metrotone news( Visual )

1 edition published in 1932 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Intertitles: N.Y. mayor fights for political life. Crowds in Albany cheer Jimmy Walker, facing removal charges before Governor Roosevelt (141 ft.) -- Gold Cup classic sets speed record. H.E. Dodge's Delphine IV bounces in to victory in 90-mile contest at Montauk Pt., N.Y. (126 ft.) -- Germans preserve ancient costumes. Picturesque fete displaying various types of bygone styles is held at the free port of Danzig (132 ft.) -- President Hoover opens his battle for re-election. Chief executive accepts Republican nomination in capital ceremony (173 ft.) -- Roosevelt-Garner pow-wows begin. Heads of Democratic ticket hold first conference on campaign plans at Governor's home (96 ft.) -- Bears share home with wolves. Milwaukee's zoo makes an interesting experiment in mixing wild animals with happy results (111 ft.) -- Cavalry cadets stage a show. Young French horsemen in training at the famous school of Saumur do an exhibition musical drill (143 ft.) -- [U.S. athletes win by wide margin as Olympics end. Thrilling aquatic contests featuring closing chapters of Los Angeles meet. Buster Crabbe, Los Angeles, wins by inches in 400-meter free-style swim. Eleanor Holm, N.Y., sets new back-stroke record. Georgia Coleman and Dorothy Poynton take the diving championships. California Bears win rowing title for Uncle Sam in sensational victory over Italian crew] -- Diving championship won by U.S. girl at Olympic games. California girl Georgia Coleman triumphs in low dive contest
 
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Alternative Names
Georgia Coleman Amerikaans schoonspringster (1912-1940)

Georgia Coleman tuffatrice statunitense

Georgia Coleman US-amerikanische Wasserspringerin

Джорджия Коулмэн

조지아 콜먼

ジョージア・コールマン

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