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1987 Brooks 12 D.S. [Report on Peace Corps, with guest Sargent Shriver]

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Table of Contents 
  •  Beginning of film; Introduction by Jack Brooks  
  •  Mentions Cold War 
  •  "We made an important breakthrough in this battle for the minds of men, women and children in the undeveloped nations of the world with a significantly important weapon. The name of this weapon is the Peace Corps." 
  •  Introduction to Sergeant Shriver, director of the Peace Corps 
  •  Mentions Kennedy connection, dating footage to 1963 
  •  Shriver on history and functions of the Peace Corps 
  •  How to apply for the Peace Corps 
  •  Peace Corps pamphlets 
  •  Closing by Brooks 
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Title:1987 Brooks 12 D.S. [Report on Peace Corps, with guest Sargent Shriver]
Description:Report to voters, with Brooks interviewing Sargent Shriver, who talks about the Peace Corps, with a focus on workers and projects with Texas origins. Black and white negative picture with sound. Kodak edge code reads "circle square," which correlates to 1962.
Country:United States
City:Washington (D.C.)
Date:circa 1963
CreatorHouse Recording Studio
Location:2/Film G50
Source:Brooks (Jack B.) Papers
Contributor:Brooks, Jack
Shriver, Sargent (guest)
PublisherDolph Briscoe Center for American History
Rights:Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Original Format:Film negative, 16mm