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Rural health services--Tennessee.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Interview With Mr. and Mrs. H. Hamlet

 Item
Identifier: Cirillo Tape 21
Scope and Contents Tape begins with footage of an unknown man singing and playing the banjo, which was recorded over footage of an interview with Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet, a retired deep miner and his wife. Interview footage includes discussion of medical services, schools, union organizing, and general life in the mining town of Pruden. The Hamlets also discuss harvesting and selling ginseng, mentioning that at the time of taping, ginseng root sold for $55 per pound.

Total time: 17 minutes
Dates: 1973-1976

Marie Cirillo Video Collection

 Collection
Identifier: TAMIS-MIC 2020.001
Scope and Contents Forty-six (46) open reel videos documenting residents of former coal mining communities in Campbell County and Claiborne County, Tennessee. The bulk of the videos are uneditied raw footage recording the creation of Appalachian folk art, crafts and music, as well as Marie Cirillo's engagement with the communities' efforts to establish health care clinics and local economic development.Following an oral history project conducted by Marie Cirillo and Maureen O'Connell in 1972, a...
Dates: 1973-1976

Marie Cirillo Video Collection

 Unprocessed
Identifier: TAMIS-MIC 2020.001
Dates: 1973-1976

Norma, Tennessee

 Item
Identifier: Cirillo Tape 11
Scope and Contents Initial footage of girl playing with cat and dog outside. Footage of a drive through Norma to the health clinic building. Clinic interior scenes of men at work on renovations. Conversation with two men working on renovating the clinic who are also members of the Norma Health Council. Conversation with a man at Scott High School in Oneida, Tennessee about Norma, Norma health clinic efforts, and a larger medical cooperative including Norma and surrounding communities.Total time: 29...
Dates: 1973-1976

White Oak Community Medical Clinic Discussion, 1976

 Item
Identifier: Cirillo Tape 4
Scope and Contents Marie Cirillo facilitating discussion with White Oak residents involved with founding and operating a community medical clinic. The clinic was originally run by volunteers, including doctors and nurses volunteering their time, as well as volunteer staff from the community. The clinic offered services to all on a sliding fee scale based on patient income. No one was refused service for inability to pay.The main topic of discussion centers on federal funding to the clinic and...
Dates: 1976

White Oak Community Medical Clinic Discussion, 1976

 Item
Identifier: Cirillo Tape 19
Scope and Contents Continuation of the discussion from tape 4 on the finances of the White Oak community medical clinic including problems of management and the need for and doubts about self-sufficiency.

Total time: 18 minutes
Dates: 1976