Jay Cassidy photograph collection 1967-1970

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Jay Cassidy photograph collection, 1967-1970

Jay Cassidy photograph collection 1967-1970

Jay Cassidy was a student photographer for from 1967 to 1970. The collection contains an inventory, background notes, negatives, a printed catalogue containing an image thumbnail and metadata for each image in the collection, and 4,882 digitized images of Cassidy's photography while at the University of Michigan. Subjects include student protests and anti-war demonstrations in Ann Arbor, Poor Peoples March/Resurrection City in Washington, D.C., Democratic primary campaigns of Robert Kennedy, Eugene McCarthy and George Wallace, 1968 Democratic Party National Convention, 1969 Ann Arbor Blues Festival and a wide variety of campus activities. Cassidy digitized the images and created the printed catalogue in 2010. The Michigan Daily

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Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968

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Ann Arbor Blues Festival

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Democratic National Convention (1968 : Chicago, Ill.)

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University of Michigan.

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