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Title All my babies / written and directed by George C. Stoney ; produced by George C. Stoney and Georgia Department of Public Health
Published Watertown, MA : Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 1952
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (54 min.)
Series Ethnographic video online, volume 2
Summary This is a training film about midwifery which transcends the form. It was selected by the Library of Congress for placement on the National Film Registry in 2002 as a culturally, historically and artistically significant work. All My Babies was written, produced and directed by Stoney in collaboration with the featured midwife, Mrs. Mary Francis Hill Coley, as well as with local public health doctors and nurses. Recorded on location in Albany, Georgia, it shows the preparation for and home delivery of healthy babies in both relatively good and bad rural conditions among African American families at that time. The film is not only a profound portrait of Miss Mary as she was affectionately and respectfully known, but also is a documentary record of the actual living conditions of her patients
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed Feb. 6, 2014)
Event Recorded in 1949 in Albany, Georgia
Notes Previously released as DVD
This edition in English
Subject Coley, Mary Francis Hill, 1900-1966.
Midwifery.
Midwives -- Georgia -- Biography.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Video recordings.
Biographies.
Form Streaming video
Author Stoney, George C., author of screenplay, director, producer
Coley, Mary Francis Hill, 1900-1966, interviewee, performer
Georgia. Department of Public Health, producer
Other Titles All my babies : a midwife's own story
All my babies ... a midwife's own story