Virginia Dwan interviews, 1984 Mar. 21 - June 7.

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Virginia Dwan interviews, 1984 Mar. 21 - June 7.

An interview of Virginia Dwan conducted by Charles F. Stuckey for the Archives of American Art.

Sound recordings: 10 sound cassettes.Transcript: 360 p.

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Stuckey, Charles F.

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