The Bruce Conner papers, 1940s - 2010, form a voluminous, comprehensive overview of Conner's life as a visual artist and filmmaker
spanning the length of his celebrated career. The papers include correspondence with individuals, galleries and museums, announcements,
programs, articles, reviews, interviews, lectures, awards and grants, contracts, invoices, legal files, chronological files,
and other sundry documentation all in great detail.
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