21:24; color; silent and sound; V-213 DA124; S. 828
This film begins with scenes from a WFSU-TV program on Blountstown and a community gathering. An elderly African-American man splits logs and a country band plays spiritual music. A local barber, Mr. Whitley, and an elderly female store owner talk about their lives in Blountstown.
42:00; color; silent and sound; V-246 DA142; S.1239
This is roughly assembled footage for a WFSU-TV program on Blountstown, Florida. It features footage of the downtown community, local area, neighborhoods and social events, along with brief interviews with residents. Produced by WFSU-TV.
11:57; color; sound and silent; V-243 BA403; S.1239
This film provides a brief look at the community of Chaires, located north of Tallahassee. There are shots of the Chaires Elementary School, neighborhoods and an interview with Chaires descendants who talk about their family history and the founding of the Chaires community. Produced by WFSU-TV.
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