Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn photograph collection [graphic]. ca. 1970-ca. 2005.


Hagedorn, Jessica Tarahata, 1949-. Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn photograph collection [graphic].

Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn photograph collection [graphic]. ca. 1970-ca. 2005.

Collection documents career of Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn from the early 1970s onward. Includes portraits and snapshots of Hagedorn and other writers, actors, and musicians. Also depicts readings, performances and other events. Among the noteworthy figures represented in the collection are Miles Davis, Kenneth Rexroth, Allen Ginsberg, Angela Davis, Herbie Hancock, William S. Burroughs, Maxine Hong Kingston, Terry McMillan, Sandra Oh, Patrick Stewart, Roscoe Mitchell, Betty Carter and Tobius Schneebaum.

3 boxes (ca. 450 photographic prints and 550 slides), ca. 550 negatives, 3 oversize folders and 1 object : b&w and color ; various sizes.

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