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Subject Source: Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Combat Films and Research interviews on Helen Foster Snow

 File — Folder 1: [31197233606299]
Identifier: MSS 6027
Scope and Contents Contains six DVDs (three reference copies and three preservation copies) containing eight interviews with individuals who knew Helen Foster Snow. Individuals interviewed are An Wei, Huang Hua, Lu Cui, Gong Pusheng, Liu Lizhen, Lu Wanru, Israel Epstein, and Yu Jianting. Interviews were migrated from 16 mm film to DVD by Combat Films and Research and Dodge Billingsley, and were used in the production of the documentary Helen Foster Snow: Witness to Revolution (2000).

Helen Foster Snow audio-visual materials, 1937-1999

Identifier: MSS 2219 Series 6
Scope and Contents Contains audio and videocassettes of Helen Foster Snow, with the depicted material dating from 1937 to 1999. Content includes speeches, interviews and conversations, news stories, documentaries, memorial service, reports, music, and items from the Pacifica Radio Archive.

Helen Foster Snow files on Red Dust, undated

Identifier: MSS 2219 Series 3 Sub-Series 6
Scope and Contents note "Red Dust" was a book by Helen Foster Snow (Nym Wales) published in 1952 that told the story of Chinese communist leaders. Contains book reviews, correspondence, edited drafts, annotated and plain partial drafts, carbon copy drafts, miscellaneous pages, extracted chapters, and interviews by Edgar Snow.