Market Street Program (Arts organization: Venice, Calif.)
Collection size: 0.6 linear ft. (partially microfilmed on 1 reel)
Collection Summary: REEL 3979: Correspondence, notes, business records, and mailing lists.
UNMICROFILMED: 7 photographs of R. Joshua (Josh) Young, Young with Catherine Parr, and Young with David Deutsch.
Biographical/Historical Note: Arts organization; Venice, Calif., formed to show the works of lesser known California artists. Its name originates from Market Street in Venice, Cal. where many artists have studios.
Records on microfilm were donated 1978 and 1980 by R. Joshua Young, director of the Market Street Program. The unmicrofilmed photographs were donated 1992 by Catherine Parr, vice-president, business manager of Market Street Program and R. Joshua Young's first wife.
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