City of Canvas : the story of Camp Greene, a film (DVD video, 2011) [UNC Charlotte Libraries]
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City of Canvas : the story of Camp Greene, a film

City of Canvas : the story of Camp Greene, a film

Author: Jack DillardDan L MorrillLarry SprinkleMiriam Grace MitchellLew PowellAll authors
Publisher: [Charlotte, N.C]. : Deuce Chaps Productions, [©2011]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : [Full screen]
Summary:
Presents an historic look at the early 20th century Piedmont of North Carolina and the impact on the community made by Camp Greene. Located in Charlotte, Camp Greene was a training facility or mobilisation camp built in 1917, and open through much of 1919, for National Guard soldiers all over the United States to prepare them for World War I. The film uses interviews with subject experts and archival material in the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Dillard; Dan L Morrill; Larry Sprinkle; Miriam Grace Mitchell; Lew Powell; Kurt Geske; James K Flynn; Pat McCrory; Charlotte Mecklenburg Library (N.C.); WTVI (Television station : Charlotte, N.C.); Deuce Chaps Productions.; Christmas Curmudgeon.
OCLC Number: 789901790
Notes: Interviews with subject experts in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area and archival material.

UNC Charlotte Libraries notes:
DVD-R (recordable DVD) ; may fail to play on some equipment.
Presents an historic look at the early 20th century Piedmont of North Carolina and the impact on the community made by Camp Greene. Located in Charlotte, Camp Greene was a training facility or mobilisation camp built in 1917, and open through much of 1919, for National Guard soldiers all over the United States to prepare them for World War I. The film uses interviews with subject experts and archival material in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area.
Not rated.
[Full screen].
Credits: Kyndell Bishop, editor ;John Autry, Cinematographer ; James K. Flynn, narrator.
Performer(s): Tom Hanchett, Larry Sprinkle, Dan Morrill, Grace Mitchell, Lew Powell, Kurt Geske.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 1 DVD-video (30 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-R (recordable DVD) ; may fail to play on some equipment.
Other Titles: Story of Camp Greene
Responsibility: by Jack Dillard ; Deuce Chaps Productions in association with WTVI and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library ; executive producer for WTVI, Rick Fills ; writer and producer, Jack Dillard.
Local System Bib Number:
991008985699704091
.b32381700

Abstract:

Presents an historic look at the early 20th century Piedmont of North Carolina and the impact on the community made by Camp Greene. Located in Charlotte, Camp Greene was a training facility or mobilisation camp built in 1917, and open through much of 1919, for National Guard soldiers all over the United States to prepare them for World War I. The film uses interviews with subject experts and archival material in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area.
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