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Box Communal Digital Media 1

 Container

Contains 4 Collections and/or Records:

Phoebe Farris papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSF 471
Abstract This collection contains materials that document the career of Phoebe Farris. It covers her publications, as well as her contributions to art shows and exhibitions.
Dates: 1972 - 2011

Writings, 1994-1999

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSF 517, File 18
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Phoebe Farris papers (1972-2011; 1.5 cubic ft.) documents the professional and personal life of Purdue professor, Phoebe Farris. It reflects her contribution to the art scene in America, shedding light on Native American history. The collection may be useful for researchers interested in Purdue's Native American community. The types of materials include written publications and reviews of other’s publications; contributions to art shows and exhibitions; correspondence; career and personal...
Dates: 1994-1999

Flashdrive: Presentation materials for "Towards an Indigenous Art Sovereignty: Theorizing Contemporary Native Art" , 2011

 File — Box: Communal Digital Media 1, Placement: 20
Identifier: MSF 517, File 42
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Phoebe Farris papers (1972-2011; 1.5 cubic ft.) documents the professional and personal life of Purdue professor, Phoebe Farris. It reflects her contribution to the art scene in America, shedding light on Native American history. The collection may be useful for researchers interested in Purdue's Native American community. The types of materials include written publications and reviews of other’s publications; contributions to art shows and exhibitions; correspondence; career and personal...
Dates: 2011

DVD: WLFI-TV, Channel 18 News - "Purdue Native Americans, Project Tecumseh", 2005

 File — Box: Communal Digital Media 1, Placement: 20
Identifier: MSF 517, File 43
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Phoebe Farris papers (1972-2011; 1.5 cubic ft.) documents the professional and personal life of Purdue professor, Phoebe Farris. It reflects her contribution to the art scene in America, shedding light on Native American history. The collection may be useful for researchers interested in Purdue's Native American community. The types of materials include written publications and reviews of other’s publications; contributions to art shows and exhibitions; correspondence; career and personal...
Dates: 2005