Diana Davies Papers 1960s-1996 (ongoing)


Diana Davies Papers MS 309., 1960s-1996 (ongoing)

Diana Davies Papers 1960s-1996 (ongoing)

Musician; Photographer; Artist; Theater worker. Papers consist primarily of Davies' photographs of individuals and groups, musicians, artists, political activists in the civil rights, peace, anti-poverty, and feminist events (marches, demonstrations, conferences, etc.); celebrities, musicians, politicians, and street people. Included is material related to her publication ; fliers, broadsides; memorabilia; and artwork. Photojourney: Photographs

57 boxes; (17 linear ft.)


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