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Reel Number: 221381-16
Color: Black and White
Year / Date: 1962
TC Begins: 12:06:38
TC Ends: 12:08:46
NOTE: FOR ORDERING See: www.footagefarm.co.uk or contact us at: Info@Footagefarm.co.uk Title. 12:06:43 James H Meredith first Black student enrolled in University of Mississippi walks between lawyers along street in Oxford, Mississippi. 12:06:49 View along street of small town / Oxford, w/ diagonally parked cars. State Capital building; University building. 12:06:59 POV past soldiers or police standing between parked cars. 12:07:04 Crowds lining sidewalk & street. Police in street. Governor Ross Barnet in car talking to journalists / reporters. CU police in front of crowd; man w/ home movie camera. Crowds of mostly young men applauding Barnet standing outside car. 12:07:21 MS President John F Kennedy / JFK at desk waiting. CU SOF: “Americans are free in short to disagree w/ the law, but not to disobey it. For in a government of laws & not of men, no man, however prominent or powerful, & no mob however unruly or boisterous, is entitled to defy a court of law. If this country should ever reach the point where any man or group of men by force or threat of force could long defy the commands of our court & our Constitution, then no law would stand free from doubt, no judge would be sure of his writ, and no citizen would be safe from his neighbors.” 12:08:19 Army National Guard soldiers along road / streets, marching along sidewalk w/ rifles. CU Major General Edwin Walker in car. Troops riding in jeeps past on street in column / convoy. 1962 Civil Rights; Integration; Segregation; College; Blacks; American-Americans; South; Americana; NOTE: Sold at per reel rate. NOTE: FOR ORDERING See: www.footagefarm.co.uk or contact us at: Info@Footagefarm.co.uk
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