The father of Carrie Buck's child, Paul Lombardo
Interviewee: Paul Lombardo.
The father of Carrie's child, Clarence Garland, was the nephew to her foster parents, the Dobbs family. The Dobbs wished to send Carrie out of town to avoid the family shame.
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15733. Buck family pedigree (detail)
Detail of Harry Laughlin's pedigree of the Buck famiiy.
15234. The rape of Carrie Buck, Paul Lombardo
Paul Lombardo talks about after raping Carrie, Clarence Garland left Charlottesville rather than fulfill his promise to marry her.
15220. The Buck vs. Bell decision, Paul Lombardo
Paul Lombardo talks about the case conluded that Carrie, Emma, and Vivian represented three generations of imbeciles, which justified Carrie's sterilization.
15224. Carrie Buck's daughter Vivian, Paul Lombardo narrtator
Paul Lombardo talks about Arthur Estabrook apparently tested Vivian's mental ability by attempting to catch her attention with a coin.
15240. A third generation of imbeciles?, Paul Lombardo
Paul Lombardo talks about Vivian was on the honor roll in the first grade at Venable School, proving that she was not the third generation of imbeciles.
15226. Twisting the truth at Buck vs. Bell, Paul Lombardo
Paul Lombardo talks about twisting the truth at Buck vs. Bell.
15208. Carrie Buck before the trial, Paul Lombardo
Paul Lombardo discussed Carrie Buck's state of mind before the Buck vs. Bell trial.
15756. Virginia Venable School grade book cover
Vivian Dobb's (Carrie Buck's daughter) first grade record book, 1930-31.
15222. Photo of Carrie Buck and her mother, Paul Lombardo
Paul Lombardo talks about the only photograph of Carrie Buck with her mother Emma, taken the day before she would stand trial before the collective onslaught of the American eugenics movement.
15206. Forced sterilization, Paul Lombardo
mma and Carrie Buck were committed to the Virginia Colony because they were unmarried mothers and were considered morally delinquent.