Dollar, Clyde David, 1932-1983
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Materials concerning the 1952 Republican and Democratic National Conventions in Chicago.
Dollar attended both conventions and collected the materials, adding his own observations about the items and his experiences at the convention. All papers were published in 1952 unless otherwise noted. Numbers printed on the upper right corner of Dollar's typed notations were placed there by the author and are of no significance to the researcher.
Correspondence (1972-1975), photographs, sound recordings, maps, pamphlets, periodicals, clippings, and other published material relating to the occupation of Wounded Knee, on the Pine Ridge Sioux Reservation in South Dakota, by leaders of the American Indian Movement, February 27 to May 8, 1973; to the resultant confrontation with federal officials; and to the aftermath of the controversy.
Views of various historic sites and buildings in Fort Smith photographed in ca. 1975 by Arkansas anthropologist and historian Clyde David Dollar. Slides numbered 1-25 are described on an accompanying manuscript inventory by Dollar.
90 Items. Photo, SR.
Eighty-nine 35 mm. color photographs, mounted for use in slide projector and numbered on mounting frames, together with photographer Dollar's cassette tape-recorded commentary. Photographs pertain to the occupation of the village of Wounded Knee, on the Pine Ridge Sioux Reservation in South Dakota , by leaders of the American Indian Movement, February 27 to May 8, 1973.
Paper binder, containing: 2 pages introductory material and 1 page map (1979); 20 mounted photographic prints (5" x 3.5") on 7 pages and 20 35mm photographic negatives on 1 page (1973); pertaining to the occupation of the village of Wounded Knee, on the Pine Ridge Sioux Reservation in South Dakota, by leaders of the American Indian Movemember, February 27-July 4, 1973.