Series 1 contains video cassettes of field trips to rock art sites in California and elsewhere with supporting documentation.
Series 2 contains video and files regarding Ethnopsychiatry, a term coined by George Devereux, which reflects Freeman's professional
interests in Transcultural Psychiatry, and his avocational interests in rock art, archeology, anthropology, and ethnology.
Series 3 contains correspondence, notes, and research materials, chiefly relating to Freeman's book,
The Rock Art Lithographs of Lala Eve Rivol.
Established in 1983, Bay Area Rock Art Research Association (BARARA) is an avocational association of professionals and amateur
enthusiasts who share a dedication to rock art conservation, research and education in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area
and Northern California. BARARA publishes a bi-annual newsletter, organizes field visits to rock art sites, sponsors the Bay
Area Rock Art Conservation and Education Fund, the Bay Area Rock Art Archive at the UC Berkeley Bancroft Library, and other
rock art conservation activities.
Manuscript materials: 3 boxes (1.2 linear ft.)
Video materials: 58 videocassettes
Copyright has not been assigned to The Bancroft Library. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts
must be submitted in writing to the appropriate curator or the Head of Public Services for forwarding. Permission for publication
is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission
of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.
Collection open for research.