Full listing > Accession Convocation Tape #117A: Angelou, Maya
|Accession #||Convocation Tape #117A: Angelou, Maya|
|Topic||Angelou, Maya: Convocation, |
|Keywords||African American, Diversity, Minority, Literature, Civil Rights, Artist Lecture Series, Famous Person, Important Person, |
|Title||May Angelou Convocation|
|Size||1 Cassette Tape and 1 CD|
|Location||Cassette Tape in Convocation Filing Cabinet and CD in Convocation CD Cabinet in order of date|
|Citation||May Angelou Convocation, Convocation Tape #117A: Angelou, Maya, Archives and Brethren Historical Collection, Funderburg Library, Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana.|
|Access||Researchers are responsible for determining copyright status of archived materials where this is relevant to their intended use of the materials.|
|Provenance||Cassette Tape Metal Filing Cabinet|
|Scope and Content||One cassette tape and corresponding CD.|
|Date of Accession||Unknown|
|Bio History Note|
Maya Angelou is a poet, author, civil rights activist, playright, dancer, producer, and professor.
This was a presentation delivered in the morning. An evening presentation was part of the Artist Lecture Series.
Cassette tape transferred to CD by Instructional Technologies Department in April 2011.
Description prepared by Jeanine M. Wine 21 April 2011.