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Reginald Gammon papers, 1927-2007, bulk 1960-2005

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Series 3: Writings and Notebooks , 1948-circa 2000
0.1 Linear feet
Box 2

This series includes a student essay written by Reginald Gammon when he was a student at the Pennsylvania Museum of Fine Arts, miscellaneous notes, grant applications, and notebooks containing daily entries and drafts of letters. While the majority of the material is written by Gammon, there is one folder of material that contains the first draft of a research proposal on "The Tattoo as Non-verbal Communication" that was jointly written by Gammon and Lawrence Tyler along with another essay by Tyler.
Additional writings by Gammon in the form of lecture notes and a sound recording of a lecture are found in Series 4, Teaching Files.
This series is arranged chronologically.
The bulk of this series has been digitized with the exception of blank pages of notebooks.
Description Container Select
Pennslyvania Museum of Fine Arts Essay on Henri Matisse, 1948
2
5
Notes, 1963-circa 1995
2
6
Essays on Tattoos by Lawrence Tyler and Reginald Gammon, circa 1981
2
7
Grant Applications, 1986-1988
2
8
Notebooks, circa 1990-circa 2000
2
9
Notebook, 1993-circa 2000
2
10

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