Jay Cassidy photograph collection. 1967-1970.

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Jay Cassidy photograph collection. 1967-1970.

5000 35 mm negatives, 4,882 digital scans, printed catalogue of images, and a selection of contact sheets from Cassidy's photography while a student at the University of Michigan. The collection also contains Cassidy's inventory of images and background on his creation and organization of the digital images. Subjects include campus protests and demonstrations, Black Action Movement, Ann Arbor Blues Festival, 1969, campus appearances by the Doors, Joan Baez, MC5, Kurt Vonnegut, Sam Fuller, and off campus assignments 1968 Democratic National Convention, March on Washington, Robert F. Kennedy campaign, and Richard Nixon's inauguration.

5000 35 mm negatives, 4,882 digital scans.

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