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All my babies : a midwife's own story

Author: George C Stoney; Peaslee Bond; Georgia. Department of Public Health.; Association of American Medical Colleges. Medical Audio-Visual Institute.; Image Entertainment (Firm)
Publisher: Chatsworth, CA : Image Entertainment, [2007]
Series: Blackhawk Films collection.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This film is the story of Miss Mary Coley, an African-American midwife more than half a century ago in rural Georgia.
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Genre/Form: Biographical films
Biographical (Nonfiction)
Biography
Named Person: Mary Francis Hill Coley
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: George C Stoney; Peaslee Bond; Georgia. Department of Public Health.; Association of American Medical Colleges. Medical Audio-Visual Institute.; Image Entertainment (Firm)
OCLC Number: 141251448
Notes: Originally released in 1952.
"Prospective viewers are advised that All my babies includes detailed and graphic coverage of an actual home childbirth"--Container.
Special features: Commentary with director George Stoney; includes Palmour Street (1949), a dramatized open-ended 25-minute discussion of family relations, a film which Stoney directed on location in Gainsville, Georgia, for the Georgia Department of Public Health; interview with Miss Mary's grandson Bernard Coley; still gallery.
Credits: Director of photography, Peaslee Bonds ; editor, Sylvia K. Cummins ; musical director, Louis Applebaum.
Performer(s): Featuring Miss Mary Coley, an African-American midwife, as she worked with public health doctors and nurses to prepare for and do home deliveries of healthy babies among black families in rural Gainesville, Georgia in the 1950s; Palmour Street is a dramatized open-ended 25-minute discussion of family relations conducted with members of the Georgia Department of Public Health in Athens, Ga.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (54 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ([16] p.)
Details: DVD, full screen (1.33:1 presentation); Dolby Digital mono., NTSC.
Contents: Palmour Street : (a study in family life) / directed by Bill Clifford and George C. Stoney (1949 : 25 min.).
Series Title: Blackhawk Films collection.
Other Titles: Palmour Street.
Responsibility: [presented by] the Georgia Department of Public Health ; written, directed and produced by George C. Stoney for the Medical Audio-Visual Institute of the Association of American Medical Colleges.

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This film is the story of Miss Mary Coley, an African-American midwife more than half a century ago in rural Georgia.

Featuring Miss Mary Coley, an African-American midwife, as she worked with public health doctors and nurses to prepare for and do home deliveries of healthy babies among black families in rural Gainesville, Georgia in the 1950s; Palmour Street is a dramatized open-ended 25-minute discussion of family relations conducted with members of the Georgia Department of Public Health in Athens, Ga.

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