Description: Sound recording of Byrd Williams IV's son Derrick interacting with a woman, possibly his mother Dovie. There are background sounds and what could be a blender or other household item. Towards the end of the first track the sound begins to become distorted. The second track is from a professor's lecture about the realism artists of the early 1900s including John Sloan and George Bellows; the speaker focuses on societal progression and the history of social welfare projects through their art. At the 7:55 mark on track two Byrd gives a response to one of the professor's questions. Towards the end of the second track the sound becomes slightly distorted before cutting off.
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
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