Mark Evans papers, 1976-1982.


Mark Evans papers, 1976-1982.

Collection of 7 inch tapes, audio cassettes, and transcripts from the radio show "Mark My Words." All tape recorded interviews by Mark Evans are with playwrights, composers, authors, politicians, and musicians.

21 cartons (31.5 linear ft.)

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