All My Babies
|All My Babies|
|Directed by||George C. Stoney|
|Produced by||George C. Stoney|
|Written by||George C. Stoney|
All My Babies is a 1953 educational film produced and directed by George C. Stoney which was used to educate midwives in the Southern United States. It was produced by the Georgia Department of Public Health, and written by George C. Stoney. Mary Frances Hill Coley, an African-American woman who helped deliver over 3,000 babies in the middle part of the 20th century, is featured in this film.
In 2002, this film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". The film is the subject of a short 2006 article by Christine Dell'Amore.
- Dell'Amore, Christine (February 2006). "Labors of Love". Smithsonian Magazine: 33–34. No free access online.
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