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Licensing images from Harvey Richards‘ films or photo collection starts with an email inquiring to . In order to quote license fee prices, information about the amount of material required, about use of the material, the name of the production, the producer’s name and location are needed.  License fees are not available without personally contacting me either via this web site or by phone.   DVDs are available for purchase (see Documentary Videos posts)

Over the years since 1987 when Estuary Press was founded, the films of Harvey Richards have been licensed for use in many documentaries, books, museums, television productions and other media.  Click this link to learn more.

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  1. Greetings, how are you

    Just to introduce myself, my name is Matt and I’m from Australia!

    In regard to this video, miss Hamer mentions how she stayed at mrs tucker’s house for 1 night then at some point 16 shots went through Mrs tuckers house thinking she was there

    A few questions answered would go a long way in aiding me in nailing a report

    1. What date did she stay at mrs tuckers house
    2. what day did the shooting occur at mrs tuckers house
    3. was the shooting done by a white supremacy group like the KKK or by the plantation company?

    THANK YOU so much for reading this

    • Hi Matt from Australia, Thanks for the comment. I do not know the exact dates of the incidents described by Fannie Lou Hamer. She was filmed in 1963 so it probably happened in 1961 or 2. It most certainly was white supremacy people who did the shooting. They could have been employed by the plantation or just some local racists. Sorry I could not be more helpful. Paul Richards

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