Most widely held works about Alice Coachman
Most widely held works by Alice Coachman
Sports profile ( Visual )
5 editions published between 1970 and 1982 in English and held by 13 libraries worldwide
Focuses on Artie Wilson, a celebrity in the Negro Baseball League, as he tours his old Birmingham neighborhood and reminisces. Reenactments highlight his childhood and career. Looks at the life and career of Alice Coachman, a Black Olympic Gold Medal high jumper and sprinter.
Alice Coachman Davis papers, 1942-1984 by Alice Coachman ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Materials include biographical data, correspondence, new clippings, programs, photographs, and memorabilia.
African American athletes African Americans African American women athletes Ashe, Arthur Bechet, Sidney,--1897-1959 Biography Blacks Brock, Lou,--1939- Chamberlain, Wilt,--1936-1999 Coachman, Alice Davis, Sammy,--1925-1990 Erving, Julius Fagan, Garth Fitzgerald, Ella Flake, Floyd French, Albert Gwynn, Tony Hampton, Fred,--1948-1969 Harris, Eddy L Harvey, Steve Hathaway, Donny Interviews Jones, Cobi Jumping Juvenile works Kelly, R Kennard, William E.,--1957- Lindo, Delroy,--1952- Malone, Karl Morton, Joe,--1947- Olympic Games Pratt, Elmer Geronimo Prince Ralph, Sheryl Lee Rashad, Ahmad Sangare, Oumou Smith, Tubby Smith, Will,--1968- United States Upshaw, Gene Videocassettes Video recordings Warwick, Dionne Wayans, Keenen Ivory Wek, Alek Wesley, Valerie Wilson Whitfield, Lynn Williams, Bert,--1874-1922 Williams, George Washington,--1849-1891 Wilson, Artie
Davis, Alice Coachman