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Call No.: Vt-32
Repository: Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Creator: Georgiana Farr Sibley, 1887-1980
Title: Videotape collection of Georgiana Farr Sibley, 1971
Quantity: 2 videotapes
Language of materials: Materials in English.
Abstract: Videotaped interviews of Georgiana Farr Sibley, church woman and civil rights activist.
Georgiana Farr Sibley, church woman and civil rights activist, was board member of the national Young Women's Christian Association and president of the United Council of Church Women. As a lay preacher, she preached against racial prejudice. She held 13 honorary doctorates and was chosen as "American Mother of 1945."
The following are compilations of interviews with Georgiana Farr Sibley, in which she discusses her childhood, marriage, church activities, travels, family, and meetings with national leaders.. Reel descriptions were taken verbatim from list on tape label.