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Guide to the Red Hot Organization Archive, 1989-2004 MSS.191

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Creator: Red Hot Organization
Source: Carlin, John, 1955-
Title: Red Hot Organization Archive
Dates [inclusive]: 1989-2004
Abstract: The Red Hot Organization is an international organization dedicated to fighting AIDS through pop culture. First founded as King Cole, Inc. by Leigh Blake and John Carlin in 1989, Red Hot Organization has since produced fourteen albums, related television programs and media events incorporating the talents of performers, visual artists, producers and directors to raise funds and awareness for HIV and AIDS. The collection contains the production files of the organization's projects, including administrative records and financial files, and merchandise such as CDs, videos, and t-shirts. The collection also contains raw and finished film, video, and audio media, which is currently unprocessed and not available for research use.
Quantity: 40.25 Linear Feet
Call Phrase: MSS.191