Red journal: [reflections, travels through southwest, 1967-1998]

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Abstract
Diary begins after visit at Esalen, describes move to Booneville, teaching at California College of Arts and Craft (CCAC), visiting Mendocino, Gualala, and the American southwest. Also includes reflections on: dreams and unconsciousness, Chinese calligraphy, career aspirations, and personal relationships including sister Lolita. Provenance includes: Page 3, dated July 12, 1967; affixed to Page 34, orange and green matchbook swatch labelled copyright (c) The Ohio Match Co., Wadsworth Ohio, USA; Page 113, dated Feb 28, 1983 and Sept-Oct 1983, describing trip through the Southwest, Arizona and New Mexico; Page 123, dated 5/24/98.

Description

Type of resource mixed material
Form Diaries
Extent 1 unbound volume, 130 pages, 21.59 x 27.94 cm
Date created July 12, 1967 - 1998-05-24
Language English
Digital origin reformatted digital

Creators/Contributors

Creator Bing, Bernice, 1936-1998

Subjects

Subject Bing, Bernice, 1936-1998
Subject Ohio Match Company
Subject Asian American artists
Subject Asian American women artists
Subject Chinese Americans
Subject Diaries
Subject Art
Subject Artists
Subject Chinese American artists
Subject Lesbian artists
Genre Diaries
Genre Notebooks
Genre Ephemera

Bibliographic information

Note Untitled journal with red paper covers hole-punched for spiral binding. Consists of loose pages, not in date order. Yellow-colored pages hole-punched for spiral binding and white pages are three-hole punched. 66 pages of handwritten notations, 1 newsclip of "The Domestic Goose" illustration with typed text plus 'Toppix" illustration on the other side.
Note Digitized from original by Stanford Libraries.
Source ID sul:M2651_b04_f04
Location https://purl.stanford.edu/wc138mh4906
Location M2651
Repository Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives

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