Bob Holman Audio/Video Poetry Collection 1977-2002


Bob Holman Audio/Video Poetry Collection, 1977-2002

Bob Holman Audio/Video Poetry Collection 1977-2002

The Bob Holman Audio/ Video Poetry Collection is a multimedia collection documenting spoken word performances and productions between the years 1977 and 2002. Key items include spoken word projects produced by Bob Holman.

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