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Papers from the Julian Bond Library, Nathaniel Rochester Community School 1970-2001.

Author: Julian Bond; Lauren Bond; Marjorie Towne; Nathaniel Rochester Community School.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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Summary:
The papers, collected by school librarian Marjorie Towne, other staff, and students, include correspondence, news clippings including Bond's syndicated column, photographs, publicity material and audio and video recordings.
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Genre/Form: Clippings
Documentary films
Letters (Corrrespondence)
Photographs
Named Person: Julian Bond; Julian Bond; Maya Ying Lin
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Julian Bond; Lauren Bond; Marjorie Towne; Nathaniel Rochester Community School.
OCLC Number: 228069849
Description: circa 400 items.
Other Titles: Julian Bond: Politics for the people.
Maya Lin a strong clear vision.
Violence an American tradition.

Abstract:

The papers, collected by school librarian Marjorie Towne, other staff, and students, include correspondence, news clippings including Bond's syndicated column, photographs, publicity material and audio and video recordings.

Videotapes include a Nickelodeon news program, 1998, on major events in the Civil Rights movement with voiceover by Bond's granddaughter Lauren Bond; an HBO show "Violence: an American tradition" discussing the history of white supremacy, narrated by Bond; and a PBS show "Maya Linn: a strong clear vision" containing a short clip of Bond giving a speech at the opening of the Civil Rights Memorial in Montgomery, Ala.

The collection also contains an 8 mm. motion picture film (color, no sound) of Bond's visit to the Nathaniel Rochester School.

The collection also contains 3 reels of unidentified videotapes, one of which appears to be from the Nathaniel Rochester School Library dedication.

The papers also contain 3 audiocassettes of the Julian Bond Library Dedication, 1997; a cassette of sound clips from a lecture "History of the Civil Rights Movement" together with an interview on a Philadelphia radio station, 1989 discussing misconceptions about the Civil Rights Movement; and a casette of a visit to an 8th grade class, 1987 February, answering questions about Bond's past and present civil rights activities.

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