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Guide to the Martin Wong Papers MSS.102

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Collection processed by Jenny Hillyer. Updated by Joseph Gallucci, 2007. Accretion processed by Colin Wells, 2009.

This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on December 10, 2021
Description is in English. using Describing Archives: A Content Standard

 Finding aid was updated by Anna Björnsson McCormick to enhance description of Sign Language artworks Finding aid updated by Weatherly Stephan to reflect preservation rehousing of oversize material and reintegration of oversize series. Finding aid updated by Weatherly Stephan to clarify relationship with Miguel Piñero in biographical note  , September 2020 , February 2021 , December 2021

Container List

Series VIII: Albums, 1989. .25 Linear Feet in one half manuscript box.

Scope and Contents

Series VIII: Albums consists of a photo album of the opening of the Museum of American Graffiti containing clippings, ephemera, and photographs of the museum and the opening celebration. A number of photographs include identification labels created by Wong of individuals at the event, including a number of graffiti artists.

Container 1     Title Date
Box: 26 Album: 1989 Grafffiti Museum Opening

Scope and Contents

Album contains clippings, ephemera from the Museum of American Graffiti, and photographs of the Museum and the opening celebration. Individuals identified by Martin Wong in the photographs include: Kies, Spider, Ken Gonzalez Day, Robert Lee (of Asian Arts Institute), Peter Broda, Martin Wong, Wicked Gary, Lazar, Quik, Seen, Mico, Dorothy Desir-Davis, Lady Pink, Theresa Herron, Gil, Lee, Henry Chalfant, Delores Newman, Jack Stuart, Yasmin Ramires Harwood, Parents of Martin Wong, Parents of Peter Broda, Sharp, Sane, Scam, Ven, Stash, Luster, Dom, Futura, Mrs. Futura, A1,Koor, Vulcan, Part, Kool, Joey, Crash, Shaker, Zepher, Chino, Brim, Bio, Rick Prol, Dondi, Mare, Mico, Ezo, Haze, Delta, Cavs, and Charlie Ahearn.


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