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Migration 2 Gail Terry

Identifier: Cirillo Tape 35

Scope and Contents

A man named Cecil being interviewed (by an associate of Lewis King, possibly Gail Terry) about migrating and living and working in the North. Terty says he did not like living in the North, but had to move there for work. He says he likes a "wet city" because he likes to spend time in a tavern, and in general prefers living in the city to the country. Talks of living near Black people and Peurto Ricans and getting along with them, but it's difficult to get along with people from the mountains. Describes the various jobs he's had, including working at a foundry in Cincinnati makeing skillets.

Total time: 17 minutes


  • 1973-1976


1 open reel videotape : 1/2-inch black and white monaural EIAJ-1 videotape on 5-inch reel

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

Part of the Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound Repository

601 S Gay Street
Knoxville TN 37902 United States