File FL0024 - Autonomy

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CA ACU ARC C0006-FL0024




  • 1963 April, November, December (Creation)

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45 photographs : b&w photonegatives and photoprint ; 8x10 in., 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 in. and 35 mm

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  • Accompanied by newsclippings. Caption: "UAC students picket meeting" (April 1963); "Secessionists...student demonstrators... picketed a meeting of the senate. ... The decapitated dummy was used to symbolize UAC." (Nov. 1963); "Students protest. ... Flag ... lowered to half mast."; "Two ton concrete wheel ... placed in front of library ... by engineering students."; "Singing for autonomy. Nearly 500 ... students demonstrated in the university library foyer..." (Dec. 1962); "Stuck with autonomy. Students at UAC are on vacation but the university's committee for autonomy takes no holiday as a faculty member's car gets the message. ..." Exhibition prints, contact prints and copy negatives are included in this file.
  • Includes unpublished photograph used frequently for displays and referred to as the "Marching to Autonomy" photo.
  • Exhibition prints, contact prints and copy negatives are included in this file. Reference prints have been placed in a separate binder.

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