Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Charlie Wetzel talks about his role in the mill and shows the filmmakers various historic artifacts that came from or were associated with the mills and mill life. Elaine Pruitt talks with George Stoney about potential research for the film (names, places, etc.). Roger Moore talks with Stoney about the process of making the documentary and what Stoney hopes to accomplish through making the film. Bill Pruitt's dialogue is minor and his role in this video is unclear.
Elaine Pruitt and George Stoney talk to Made about a railroad station near the Hanes Town mill village. Ernest Moore talks about union organization efforts. Ruby Moore discusses how she managed her household while working at the mill. Friday talks about the African American experience in the mills and the exclusion of African Americans from joining the union.
The collection contains one hundred twenty-six contracts dated 1952-1973.