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Marcus Jones and Marilyn Richardson at the Boston Athenaeum
[Black History Month exhibit at the Boston Athenaeum]
Original Airdate: 2/29/1988

Length: 00:03:06
Item Type: newstape - edited story master

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Description : Abstract
Marcus Jones reports on an exhibit at the Boston Athenaeum celebrating Black History Month. Jones notes that the exhibit features photographs of prominent people in Boston's African American community. Jones interviews Marie Cosindas (photographer) about the photographs. Jones' report includes shots of the photographs. Jones reports that the exhibit also includes documents, books and artworks representing the African American artistic, cultural and political traditions. Jones interviews Marilyn Richardson (exhibit advisor) about the exhibit. Richardson talks about a display of census documents and artworks by Edmonia Lewis (sculptor) and Allan Crite (artist). Jones' report includes footage of artworks in the exhibit.

Contributor : Reporter
Marcus Jones
Format : Tape 5630   Barcode   Script is available.
3/4" cassette 104183 
VHS cassette 104193 
Betacam cassette 104191 
digital betacam cassette 104190 

Subject : Keywords
African American artists
African Americans - History
African Americans in art
Art and artists

Subject : Personal Names
Batson, Ruth
Bolling, Bruce
Bolling, Royal, Jr.
Bolling, Royal, Sr.
Cosindas, Marie
Crite, Allan
Hart, Philip
Hart, Tanya
Hill, Hugh Morgan (Brother Blue)
Jones, Marcus
King, Joyce
King, Mel
Lewis, Edmonia
Lewis, Elma
Richardson, Marilyn
Rushing, Byron
Shaw, Robert Gould

Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Boston Athenaeum

Type : Genre
News - Television

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