Photography and film

Key Sources

Record Number Citation
HUNT017

Hunt, Elmer W. The Elmer W. Hunt photograph collection. U of North Carolina at Pembroke Library, Pembroke, NC, 1953-1973. Key source

Sources

Record Number Citation
MCKE001

McKenna, Christopher J."Tri-racial theaters in Robeson County, North Carolina, 1896-1940." Going to the movies: Hollywood and the social experience of cinema. Ed. Richard Maltby, Melvyn Stokes, and Robert C. Allen. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2008. Pages 45-59; notes on pages 399-402.

FOUR001

“Fourteen American Indian artists receive fellowships to develop film, video and multimedia projects.” PR Newswire 7 June 2001.

KNIC022

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail [column].” Carolina Indian Voice 1 April 1999: 6.

FARR001

“Maynor, Malinda M.” In: Women artists of color: a bio-critical sourcebook to 20th century artists in the Americas. Ed. Phoebe Farris. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1999. Pages 44-47.

LUMB003

“Lumbee people.” Carolina Country (Raleigh: Association of Electric Cooperatives) February 1995: 15.

WAGO001

Wagoner, Mark, photographer. “Pathmakers: North Carolina Native American women of distinction. A sampling of 1994 recipients.” Pembroke Magazine 27 (1995): 33-42.

WITT001

Witten, Scott. “Local women in 'Pathmakers' exhibit.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 17 March 1994: 1A.

337

Evans, William, and David Oxendine.  “To Die Game.”  Unpublished screenplay.  Registered: WGAW.  [Los Angeles, CA: Barbara’s Place Script Specialists, 1993?]  75 p.

1030

Barreiro, José, and Steve Wall. “Lumbee Country: Portraits of Elders.” Northeast Indian Quarterly 5.2 (Summer 1988): 13-33.

775

“Rowland Theatre to Open Monday.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 29 Oct. 1937: 8.

1013

“Robeson Indians Studied by Woman of National Fame.” Robesonian 30 Sept. 1929: 2.