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Collier home movie, track meet/children riding bicycles
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Oakland Public Library, African American Museum and Library at Oakland
California Revealed from African American Museum and Library at Oakland
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Home movies recorded by the Frank and Muriel Collier. Track meet 100 meters [00:15], 100 meter hurdles [00:23], long distance race [00:39], Pole vault [00:41], Long distance race [00:47], Race walkers [00:57], Javelin throw [01:13], Child standing at sink [01:24], Muriel Collier smoking a cigarette seated at window [01:37], Boy riding bicycle in subdivision [01:38], Girl walking on sidewalk [02:02]
moving image
16mm film
1 Reel of 1
Teaching California: Families and Primary Sources
African American Museum and Library at Oakland
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