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[AC] Mead Art Museum at Amherst College; [HC] Hampshire College Art Gallery;
[HD] Historic Deerfield; [MH] Mount Holyoke College Art Museum; [MH SK] The Joseph Allen Skinner Museum at Mount Holyoke College; [SC] Smith College Museum of Art; [UM] University Museum of Contemporary Art at UMASS Amherst

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MH 2020.9
Pusey, Mavis Iona
Paris: Mai-June
1968
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MH 2021.11.1
Zelle, Ann
Jean (Big Snow Sun)
1978 capture; 2020 print
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MH 2021.11.2
Zelle, Ann
Oasis, New Jersey Turnpike
1979 capture; 2020 print
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MH 2021.11.3
Zelle, Ann
Shea Stadium
1980 capture; 2020 print
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MH 2021.11.4
Zelle, Ann
Women's Bathroom, Corcoran Gallery of Art
1979 capture; 2020 print
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MH 2021.13.1
Zelle, Ann
Neighborhood children play in the empty lot next to the building being renovated for the Art & Soul neighborhood museum/art workshop
1968 capture; 2019 print
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MH 2021.13.10
Zelle, Ann
Children make papier-mâché masks in Art & Soul class. 'Black Panther' painting by Jackie Hetherington hanging in background
1968 capture; 2019 print
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MH 2021.13.11
Zelle, Ann
Daniel Hetherington, Art & Soul Assistant Director, teaches a painting class. Lawndale
1968 capture; 2019 print
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MH 2021.13.12
Zelle, Ann
Children play in the alley and vacant lot next to Art & Soul building. They have been helping whitewash the building in preparation for Sachio Yamashita's rainbow stripes mural
1968 capture; 2019 print
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MH 2021.13.13
Zelle, Ann
Director Jackie Hetherington and neighborhood children whitewash the front and alley walls of the Art & Soul building in preparation for Sachio Yamashita’s rainbow stripes mural. Many of the West Side Chicago buildings burned in the 1968 uprising after Martin Luther King Jr. was killed were razed and the lots were left empty
1968 capture; 2021 print
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MH 2021.13.14
Zelle, Ann
Vice Ladies help with the administration of Art & Soul and work at the Conservative Vice Lords’ African Lion clothes shop on 16th Street
1968 capture; 2021 print
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MH 2021.13.15
Zelle, Ann
A visitor signs the names wall at the opening of Art & Soul, a neighborhood art center run by the Conservative Vice Lords, Inc., on 16th Street in Chicago’s Lawndale neighborhood. Art & Soul was a joint venture of the Vice Lords and Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art
1968 capture; 2021 print
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MH 2021.13.16
Zelle, Ann
Art & Soul Director Jackie Hetherington (on R.) congratulates Chicago artist and AfriCOBRA member Jeff Donaldson for the winning entry in the art center’s opening art contest
1968 capture; 2021 print
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MH 2021.13.17
Zelle, Ann
Future Art & Soul Director Jackie Hetherington, Illinois Sesquicentennial Advisor James Houlihan, and a neighbor (L to R) stand in front of two adjacent storefronts which the Conservative Vice Lords will gut and remodel to make an art center for the Lawndale neighborhood on 16th Street in Chicago, Illinois
1968 capture; 2021 print
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MH 2021.13.18
Zelle, Ann
Empty lot left when buildings were razed following the 1968 uprising after Martin Luther King, Jr., was killed. The long low building on the right will be remodeled by the Conservative Vice Lords to make an art center for the Lawndale neighborhood on 16th Street in Chicago, Illinois
1968 capture; 2021 print
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MH 2021.13.2
Zelle, Ann
Vice Ladies on 16th Street in Lawndale
1968 capture; 2019 print
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MH 2021.13.21
Zelle, Ann
One of the neighborhood children who helped whitewash the front and alley walls of the Art & Soul building in preparation for Sachio Yamashita’s rainbow stripes mural on Chicago’s 16th Street in Lawndale
1968 capture; 2021 print
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MH 2021.13.22
Zelle, Ann
Conservative Vice Lord member known as Fool stands in front of a poster of Malcolm X hanging in the window of Art & Soul on 16th Street in Lawndale on Chicago’s West Side
1968 capture; 2021 print
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MH 2021.13.23
Zelle, Ann
The deserted buildings of the Palestine Kosher Sausage Products Company, one of the many West Side Chicago buildings burned out in the 1968 uprising after Martin Luther King Jr. was killed
1968 capture; 2021 print
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MH 2021.13.24
Zelle, Ann
School children visiting Art & Soul on Chicago’s West Side watch bone sculptor Peter J. Gilbert at work
1968 capture; 2021 print
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MH 2021.13.25
Zelle, Ann
Work of many Chicago artists were on display for the opening of Art & Soul, a joint venture of the Conservative Vice Lords, Inc., and the Museum of Contemporary Art
1968 capture; 2021 print
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