Papers, 1947-2004 (inclusive), 1957-2004 (bulk)


Papers, 1947-2004 (inclusive), 1957-2004 (bulk)

Papers of artist, feminist, and writer Judy Chicago.

54 cartons, 1+1/2 file boxes, 29 card file boxes, 9 folio boxes, 6 folio+ boxes, 2 oversize boxes, 1 roll box, 1 supersize folder, 97 photograph folders, 3 folio photograph folders, and electronic records

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