International Society of Copier Artists Records
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Scope and Contents
This collection contains books about photocopy art, books of photocopy art, the International Society of Copier Artists Quarterly, exhibit catalogs, newsletters and magazines about copy art, mail art, and CD-ROM and slide archives, as well as some personal items relating to Louise Neaderland.
Some books and journals that were included in the donation were separated from the collection, since they were included elsewhere in UI Libraries or because no relation to Louise Neaderland or ISCA could be established. For a list of these titles, please see staff in Special Collections.
- Creation: 1983-2003
- International Society of Copier Artists (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright restrictions may apply; please consult Special Collections staff for further information.
30.00 Linear Feet (Photographs in Box 7.)
Language of Materials
The International Society of Copier Artists was founded in 1981 by Louise Neaderland to promote the work of copier artists and to work for the recognition of xerographic art as a legitimate art form.
Method of Acquisition
Gift of Louise Neaderland in 2003.
- Carlisle Isley-July 2023 Additions by Carmela Furio-August 2023
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