Bobbye S. Ortiz Papers, (bulk 1919-1993 and undated 1950-1990)


Bobbye S. Ortiz Papers, (bulk 1919-1993 and undated 1950-1990)

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Castro, Fidel, 1926-2016 (person)

Fidel Castro (b. August 13, 1926, Birán, Cuba–d. November 25, 2016, Havana, Cuba) was a Cuban communist revolutionary and politician who governed the Republic of Cuba as Prime Minister from 1959 to 1976 and then as President from 1976 to 2008. Under his administration, Cuba became a one-party communist state, while industry and business were nationalized and state socialist reforms were implemented throughout society. The son of a wealthy Spanish farmer, Castro adopted leftist anti-imper...

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Randall, Tony, 1920-2004 (person)

Tony Randall, actor and director, was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma on February 26, 1920. He began his career as a stage actor in productions such as Candida, Caesar and Cleopatra and Oh, Men! Oh, Women!, to name a few. His films include: Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Mating Game, Pillow Talk, The Seven Faces of Dr. Lao, Lover Come Back, Send Me No Flowers and The Brass Bottle, among others. His television credits include: Mr. Peepers, The Tony Randall Show, ...

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Recabarren, Luis Emilio, 1876-1924 (person)

Born in Valparaíso, Chile 1876, died in 1924; began his political career in the Partido Democrático in Valparaíso in 1894; published several left-wing labor newspapers in the northern nitrate area of Chile; was elected in 1906 to the Chamber of Deputies, but the Chamber refused to seat him; as a major leader of the Partido Democrático, he led a split in 1912 resulting in the establishment of the Partido Obrero Socialista; active in organizing trade unions in the nitrate region and Santiago-V...

Kelley, William Melvin, 1937-.... (person)

William Melvin Kelley (1937- ), African American author. He is the son of newspaper editor William Melvin Kelley, Sr. (1894-1958) and the brother of chemist Sinah Estelle Kelley (1916- ). From the description of William Melvin Kelley family papers. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 85016119 ...

Sharpe, Jacqueline (person)

Little, Joann (person)

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Henry, John (person)

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Ortiz, Bobbye S. (person)

Social activist and Marxist feminist. From the description of Sound recordings, ca. 1950-1985 [sound recordings]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 682068304 From the description of Papers, 1930-1990. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 45279917 From the description of Bobbye Ortiz Papers, 1919-1993 and n.d. (bulk 1950-1990). (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 78696887 From the description of Sound recordings, ca. 1950-1985 [sound record...

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Maravilla, Luis, 1914-2000 (person)

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Evers, Medgar Wiley, 1925-1963 (person)

Medgar Wiley Evers (b. July 2, 1925, Decatur, MS–d. June 12, 1963, Jackson, MS) was an African American civil rights activist in Mississippi. He worked to overturn segregation at the University of Mississippi, to end segregation of public facilities, and to expand opportunities for African Americans, including enforcement of voting rights. He was assassinated by a white supremacist and Klansman....

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Romero, Ricardo, 1976-.... (person)

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Aptheker, Bettina (person)

Biographical Chronology September 2, 1944 Bettina Fay Aptheker born in Fort Bragg, North Carolina to Fay Phillippa Aptheker, a life-long activist and Communist organizer, and Herbert Aptheker, a Marxist historian and scholar of African-American history. 1958 1962 ...

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Wolf, Kate (person)

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Gibson, W. (William) (person)

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Quintana, Rosita (person)

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Kazin, Alfred, 1915-1998 (person)

Epithet: Professor of English British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000758.0x0002f8 American writer, literary critic and memoirist; author of "On native grounds," and "A walk in the city." From the description of Alfred Kazin letter [manuscript], 1943 March 28. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647999332 Writer. From the description of Reminiscences of Alfred Kazin: oral h...

Jones, Maggie (person)

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Miller, Arthur, 1915-2005 (person)

American playwright and novelist. From the description of Collection, 1936-1979. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34363746 From the description of Manuscripts, 1952-1953. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122412075 From the description of Arthur Miller collection, 1936-1979. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 66895316 Arthur Miller, playwright. From the description of The crucible : screen...

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Gracia de Triana (person)

Serrat, Joan Manuel, 1943- (person)

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Gualtiero Bertelli (person)

Grello, Jacques (person)

Bolt, Hilda (person)

Pablo Milans (person)

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Julio Solrzano (person)

Yolando de Robertis (person)

Chan Khong, Sister (person)

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Rodrguez, Silvio (person)

Gil, Alfredo, 1915-1999 (person)

Carmen Villiani (person)

Styron, William, 1925-2006 (person)

American novelist William Styron was born in Virginia and graduated from Duke. After serving in World War II, he worked as an editor while writing his first novel. His work has been both controversial and timely; his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Confessions of Nat Turner, explored the theme of slavery, and benefitted from being released during the racially-charged 1960s, and his American Book Award-winning novel, Sophie's Choice, examined a World War II concentration camp survivor. His styl...

Manazanilla, Manolo (person)

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Vctor Sanen (person)

Guevara (family)

Human Condition (corporateBody)

Quintero Mendo de Pepe Dominguez (corporateBody)

Frank Ferrer (person)

Borden, Lizzie (person)

Malvina Reynolds, Buffy Sainte-Marie (person)

Mariachi Guitrn (person)

Siqueiros, David Alfaro (person)

David Alfaro Siqueiros was a leading member of the Mexican muralist movement and a technical innovator of fresco and wall painting. His ideological differences with Diego Rivera attracted much attention in the 1930s. From the description of David Alfaro Siqueiros papers, 1920-1991, bulk 1930-1936. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 80149112 ...

Solleville, Francesca (person)

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Walter Raim (person)

Chorale populaire de Paris (corporateBody)

Amparo Ochoa (person)

Gonzalez, Augustin (person)

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Norma Jean (person)

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Ernesto Lecuona (person)

Maureen Stapleton (person)

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Franois Villon (person)

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Straniero, Michele L. (person)

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Louis Suckle (person)

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Ronnie Gilbert (person)

Lowell, Robert, 1816-1891 (person)

Protestant Episcopal clergyman and poet. From the description of Letters to the Rev. Julius Hammond Ward [manuscript], 1864-1891. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647812010 ...

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Ricardo Romero (person)

Cuevas, Jacqueline (person)

Ryan, Robert D. (Robert Dean), 1933- (person)

Christian Borel (person)

Davis, Ossie (person)

Ossie Davis is an actor, playwright and director who has performed for stage, film and television, and specializes in film production relating to black culture and history. Born in 1919 in Cogdell, Georgia, Davis attended Howard University from 1938 to 1941. His theater career began in the early 1940's with such plays to his credit as "Anna Lucasta," "No Time for Sergeants," "A Raisin in the Sun," and "Purlie Victorious." Three of the many films he acted in are "The Joe Louis Story,...