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Poet and writer born in Davenport, Iowa. Manuscripts include materials for a course in Arthurian legend given at the State University of Iowa 1906-1907, drafts of published poems and stories, and typescripts of unpublished stories and novels.
Editor of the Sioux City Journal. Primarily correspondence, with speeches, clippings, and a scrapbook on Abraham Lincoln.
Audio tape memoirs of Chautauqua and a manuscript relating to the work week of a Chautauqua crewman and crew chief.
There are no contents, the information for this collection has been moved to the Iowa Author’s Manuscript Collection, MsC0869.
Artworks and other documentation related to a 1997 exhibition at the University of Iowa Museum of Art. Many Fluxus artists were included in this exhibition. Kris TigerLady 2015 addendum.
Muscatine organization of area artists who opened a shop and organized an annual craft fair, classes, and craft demonstrations.
Video by and about artists assembled for broadcast on the New York City cable networks between 1976 and 1984. The project was coordinated by Jaime Davidovich and the collection includes the cablecast material, in many cases edited in various ways for any of several anthology shows, as well as paper records. A portion of the collection has been re-recorded and is available in VHS format; a few pieces have been transcribed to DVD; and a growing number have been re-recorded digitally in DVCam and DVD versions.
Co-curated by Judith Hoffberg and Joan Hugo, Artwords and Bookworks was one of the largest exhibition of artists' books and ephemera to take place during the 1970s. Comprised of experimental works by approximately six hundred contributors, the exhibition presented a diverse and provocative sampling of this alternative art form.
The Asian American Coalition collection primarily documents the first ten years of the organization’s existence from 1998 to 2008 with a smaller percentage of documents being from after 2009 to 2014. The collection contains documents such as the founding constitution, an issues paper which laid out why the organization was necessary, internal emails between the original student leaders which highlight their goals as an organization, communications with the University administration where they expressed many of their demands to the University, fliers and meeting notes for the various events they hosted on campus and in the community, and early newspaper coverage of the organization from the Daily Iowan.
Mostly palm leaf manuscripts, but includes other formats.