Oral history interview with Larry Aldrich, 1972 Apr. 25-June 10 [sound recording].

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Aldrich, Larry,. Oral history interview with Larry Aldrich, 1972 Apr. 25-June 10 [sound recording].

Oral history interview with Larry Aldrich, 1972 Apr. 25-June 10 [sound recording].

Interview of Larry Aldrich conducted 1972 Apr. 25-June 10, by Paul Cummings, for the Archives of American Art.

Sound recording: 9 sound tape reels ; 5 in.Transcript: 385 p.

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