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Title Oral history interview with Stephen Goodfellow, 2011, March 15 [electronic resource]

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 Libraries Electronic Resources  ONLINE AUDIO - Cass Corridor Documentation Project    AVAIL. ONLINE
Description 1 streaming sound file (1 hr., 12 min.) : digital, MP3 file + 1 transcript
Series Cass Corridor Documentation Project.
Note Interview conducted by Josiah Rector in Ann Arbor, Mi., for the Cass Corridor Documentation Project, 15 March 2011.
Summary An oral history created as part of a Wayne State University Libraries project, to document Cass Corridor culture during the 1960s-1980s. The interviews were conducted by graduate students in an oral history methods course within the Archives Program of the School of Library and Information Science under the direction of Dr. Joseph Turrini. Stephen Goodfellow talks about his life growing up and his involvement in art and science interests.
Note Stephen Goodfellow is an artist. He is known for his painting style Micropointillism, as well as his work with the local Detroit band, The Layabouts.
Biographical data provided by the interviewer, with summary and edits by Project Coordinator, Diane Sybeldon.
Subject Goodfellow, Stephen, -- Interviews
Oral history -- Michigan -- Detroit
Artists -- Michigan -- Detroit
Cass Corridor (Detroit, Mich.)
Added Author Rector, Josiah. Interviewer
Wayne State University. School of Library and Information Science .
Wayne State University. Library System.
Added Title Cass Corridor Documentation Project.
Related To Forms part of: Cass Corridor Documentation Project.
OCLC # 768244614
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