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Archive/Manuscript
140 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Includes correspondence, contracts, exhibition brochures and catalogues, newspaper and journal articles and reviews, books, original manuscript stories, interviews (both of the artist and of other artists, writers, and performers conducted by Hernandez), slides, photographs and negatives, works of art (prints, posters, drawings, pastels) by the artist and other artists, videos, audio tapes, cd's and albums, and costumes and accessories.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
1 album (61 prints)
Included are some 23 prints of the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation, the village of Writchpec, and its people. There are 5 prints of the White Deerskin Dance. There are 10 prints of the Siskiyou Indians and their village of Cah-te-Main. Some people are identified by name, Kah-hah (Hoopa), Tommy Bob (Klamath River Indian), and Phoebe (Cah-te-Main). Finally, there are 24 prints of artifacts, with good descriptions of materials. Only two prints do not pertain to the native peoples; one the cutting of a coast redwood, and the other of Stephen H. Meek.
Special Collections