FW: Hoole Library Sponsors Film and Lecture
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From: Jessica Lacher-Feldman [mailto:jlfeldma@...]
Sent: Wednesday, October 03, 2001 11:18 AM
Subject: Hoole Library Sponsors Film and Lecture
The W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library will sponsor the film, "The
Bad Seed," (1956) at the Bama Theater, October 11-16, 2001. The original
story for the Bad Seed was written by William March. Born in Mobile,
March (né William Edward Campbell) studied law at the University of
Alabama and is buried in Tuscaloosa. Writer and critic Alistair Cooke
described March as "the unrecognized genius of our
There will be a opening reception and lecture prior to the screening of
the film on Thursday October 11, 2001 at 6:30 pm at the Bama Theater.
Dr. Philip Beidler from the University of Alabama's Department of
English will speak on March and his place in American Literature. Dr.
Beidler wrote the introduction to the 1989 University of Alabama edition
of Company K, perhaps March's first novel and perhaps most critically
An exhibition of materials from the William March Campbell Papers will
be on display at the W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library beginning
October 11, 2001, through December 21, 2001. The exhibit will include
artifacts from his service in World War I, as well as original
manuscripts and source materials for his writing and published materials
from the Hoole Library.
In addition, an exhibition of World War I era American Patriotic Sheet
Music will be shown the lobby of the Hoole Library from
October 11, 2001, through December 21, 2001. This exhibit is curated by
Jessica Lacher-Feldman from the Hoole Library and Daniel Goldmark from
the University of Alabama School of Music.
For more information, please call the Hoole Library at (205) 348-0500 or
email at jlfeldma@...
Jessica Lacher-Feldman, MA, MLS
Public & Outreach Services Coordinator/Instructor
The W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0266 USA