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Finding Aid for the Terry Wolverton papers, 1970s-2005
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Terry Wolverton (born 1954) is a poet, writer, editor, teacher of writing, performance artist, and management consultant. She has also worked as a promoter of the arts, primarily at the Los Angeles Woman's Building, and served in management positions at the Woman's Building. The collection consists of six college papers and research material; her teaching materials and letters and notes from her students and samples student correspondence and samples of student submissions; professional correspondence, research material, notes, drafts, manuscripts, publicity material, photographs, and reviews; and art collected, done by women artists, many connected to the Woman's Building.
Terry Wolverton was born in Cape Canaveral, Florida on August 23, 1954. Wolverton is a performance artist, poet, writer, editor, teacher of writing, and management consultant. She has been an activist for women's, lesbian and gay causes. Her teaching has included developing classes for students who are HIV positive.
63 boxes (29.5 linear feet) 8 oversize boxes (2 flat boxes, 6 shoeboxes) 1 map folder
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