Collection Stored Off-Site

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Series 7
Audiovisual material, 1949-2006
Box AV1

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of audiovisual material created by or about the Bond family including both sound and video recordings. Sound recordings contain an interview with Julia W. Bond and an Atlanta City Utility Committee hearing regarding the closure and abandonment of Westview Drive, the street on which the Bond family lived. Video recordings contain the film "An African Comes Home," which documents Horace Mann Bond's trip to Nigeria in 1949, as well as Julia W. Bond's videotaped interview with History Makers in 2006.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by recording type then in alphabetical order by title.

Restrictions on Access

Special restrictions apply: Use copies for audiovisual material have not been made at this time. Researchers must contact the Rose Library in advance for access to this material.

Sound recordings
Box Folder Content
AV1 - Hoggard, Philip interview with Horace Mann and Julia Washington Bond, November 1969 [original: cassette tapes (2) [See also Series 2.1 Horace Mann Bond personal papers for transcript]]
AV1 - Westview Drive closure and abandonment, City Utility Committee hearing, 1991 [original: cassette tape]
Video recordings
AV1 - "An African Comes Home," 1949 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Bond, Julia, The History Makers interview, 2006 [original: DVD]