Nicholsloy Studio collection, 1960-2018  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Nicholsloy StudioNichols, DaveLoy, Sandra
Title
Nicholsloy Studio collection
Dates
1960-2018 (inclusive)
Quantity
11 linear feet, (21 boxes)
Collection Number
WUA119
Summary
The Nicholsloy Studio collection documents the careers of Sandra and Dave Nichols during the years 1960 to 2018. The materials provide insight into relationships among artists and writers and document the unique art scene of Salem, Oregon. This collection includes mail art, original art, photographs, art gallery promotional fliers and posters, notebooks, digital files, correspondence with artists and writers, original prints and layouts of rebeat (a zine created by Nicholsloy Studio), a collection of zines, and a collection of materials related to the Beat Generation.
Repository
Willamette University Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Mark O. Hatfield Library
900 State Street
Salem, OR
97301
Telephone: 503-370-6866
Fax: 503-370-6141
archives@willamette.edu
Access Restrictions

This collection is open to researchers.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Processed with funds provided by the National Historical Publications & Records Commission's (NHPRC) Access to Historical Records grant.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Sandra and Dave Nichols (who use the pseudonyms "sloy" and "nic") are Salem, Oregon artists who together comprise Nicholsloy Studio. Sandra was born in 1943 in Bellingham, Washington and grew up in Everett, Washington. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in English and Master of Arts degree in Teaching and Education from Western Oregon University and also earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Poetry from the University of Oregon. Dave was born in 1947 in Salem, Oregon. He took courses in life drawing, painting, printmaking, and ceramics at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, Oregon in the late 1970s. Before deciding to become an artist at age 33, Dave worked in lumber mills, built walk-in coolers and refrigerators, and painted houses. He is primarily a self-taught artist and honed his craft through experimentation and experience.

Sandra and Dave met at Chemeketa Community College in the late 1970s when Sandra was a faculty member who taught English and Creative Writing and Dave was a student. They married on June 17, 1984, in South Lake Tahoe, California. Their relationship permeates through their creative process as they often work together to make their art. They create work individually as "nic" and "sloy" and also collaboratively as Nicholsloy Studio.

Nicholsloy Studio's work combines found objects, including intricately designed cardboard pieces, and written words or phrases to create imaginative and visually stunning pieces. Sandra is a poetry and poetic-fiction writer who arranges her written work in drawings, paintings, and canvas sculpture. Dave creates recycled cardboard sculptures, games, jewelry, musical instruments, and puzzles as well as oil paintings and colored pencil drawings. As artists, videographers, and collectors of art and zines, they are key figures in Salem, Oregon's underground art scene.

sloy and nic have been featured in individual and group exhibitions in Oregon and Washington, including the Bush Barn Art Center, Chemeketa Community College Art Gallery, the Mary Lou Zeek Gallery, and the Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. Their works can be found in public and private collections throughout the United States, including the Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry in Miami, Florida.

Sandra and Dave Nichols currently reside in Salem, Oregon, where their home serves as a gallery and studio.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Nicholsloy Studio collection includes materials and notebooks documenting the careers of Sandra and Dave Nichols, correspondence with artists and writers, original prints and layouts of rebeat (a zine created by Nicholsloy Studio), a collection of zines by other artists, and a collection of materials related to the Beat Generation. Series I (Careers) includes correspondence from Sandra's employment at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, Oregon, notebooks concerning art submissions and expenses, correspondence for art gallery submissions, art exhibit fliers, and photographs of art by Nicholsloy Studio. Series II (Correspondence) includes letters from local and national artists and writers. Series III (Zines) includes original publications and layouts of rebeat, an extensive collection of zines by other artists, and letters from zine creators to Sandra (sloy). Series IV (Beat collection) contains an inventory of Beat materials, zines, posters, photographs, and letters from Beat writers. Series V (Art) contains original art, prints, and mail art by Nicholsloy Studio and other artists. Series VI (Notebooks) contains records of art submissions, website and computer notes, correspondence, and art by Nicholsloy Studio.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

For further information, see the section on copyright in the Regulations and Procedures of the Willamette University Archives and Special Collections.

Copyright Information: Before material from collections at Willamette University Archives and Special Collections may be quoted in print, or otherwise reproduced, in whole or in part, in any publication, permission must be obtained from (1) the owner of the physical property, and (2) the holder of the copyright. It is the particular responsibility of the researcher to obtain both sets of permission. Persons wishing to quote from materials in any collections held by University Archives and Special Collections should consult the University Archivist. Reproduction of any item must contain a complete citation to the original.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Nicholsloy Studio collection, Archives and Special Collections, Mark O. Hatfield Library, Willamette University.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Careers, 1960-2018Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: Sloy's and Nic's early careers (before and during Chemeketa Community College)
1960-2005
Box Folder
1 1
Sloy: MFA (Master of Fine Arts) exam paper (and commencement)
1978
1 2
Sloy: Sloy's life as a teacher (Chemeketa Community College)
1968-1990
1 3
Sloy: Sloy's life as a teacher (Chemeketa Community College)
1982-1989
1 4
Sloy: Sloy's life as a teacher (Chemeketa Community College)
1989-1990
1 5
Letters to and from Sloy from pres (president), dean, others; CCC (Chemeketa Community College) to Sloy; to Matt Ferranto, Henry Rollins, and Tom Crawford from Sloy
1982-1995
1 6
Letters to and from Sloy from pres (president), dean, others; CCC (Chemeketa Community College) to Sloy; to Matt Ferranto, Henry Rollins, and Tom Crawford from Sloy
1989-1993
7 1
Sloy's early press
1960-2005
1 7
Nic interviewed by Breon Ossella
1989 June 1
19 1
Before the Sun miscellaneous ephemera and photos
1983-1988
22 1
Before the Sun art work
1985-1988
5 1
Before the Sun (Chemeketa Community College literary and art journal) covers designed by Nic
1985 February - 1988 January
21 1
Posters for Nic's first solo show
undated
Subseries B: Art related materials
1981-2018
Box Folder
1 8
Poetry rejections (Nic)
1981-1991
1 9
Mail art
1983-1999
7 2
Art acceptances and rejections
1982-2007
1 10
Art acceptances and rejections
1984-2009
1 11
Art acceptances and rejections
1987-2016
1 12
Metro on Broadway proposal
1986-1987
1 13
CCC (Chemeketa Community College) column wrap proposal: maquette art storage
1998
7 3
Desolation climb (DVD)
1982-2007
1 14
Leo Michelson
1998
1 15
Nic's records of oils
1981-2015
1 16
Sloy art files
circa 1988-2018
1 17
Consignment contracts
1985-1988
1 18
Art sold contracts
1985-2011
5 2
Four graphic designs by Nic
undated
5 3
Color separations of "still life with fish #2": in collection of Ken and Fran Horn
1985 April 13
1 19
Oregon Artists Series Foundation Awards
2018
Subseries C: Art galleries and exhibits
1983-2018
Box Folder
1 20
Mayor's invitational
2008-2011
1 21
Exhibition fliers
Removed large poster and moved to box 19.
1985-1998
19 2
Exhibition fliers (poster)
1985-1998
1 22
Exhibition fliers
2003-2018
1 23
Vita Gallery
1993-2000
7 4
Jamison Thomas Gallery
DVD of William Jamison has been removed and is on display in the Archives and Special Collections case.
1989-2005
7 5
Jamison Thomas Gallery
1993-1995
1 24
Gallery correspondence
1985-2016
1 25
Gallery correspondence
1986-2014
1 26
Gallery correspondence
1990-2018
1 27
Hallie Ford "side by side" 2017-18: curator, John Olbrantz
2016-2017
1 28
Hallie Ford "side by side" 2017-18: curator, John Olbrantz
2017
1 29
Hallie Ford "side by side" 2017-18: curator, John Olbrantz
2017-2018
1 30
Hallie Ford Museum of Art portfolio of 'side by side' exhibition
Thumb drive removed. Digital files available.
2018
1 31
Sackner Archive (Ruth and Martin Sackner)
Removed two DVDs: "The Sackners- A Collecting Life." Admin note: DVDs are located in CD case.
1989-2012
1 32
Sackner Archive (Ruth and Martin Sackner)
1998-2012
5 4
Article on the Sackner Archive with pictures (Art and Antiques magazine)
1999 Summer
7 6
Nicholsloy Studio featured art flyers
2011-2012
19 3
Tracing the Tradition II (art exhibit poster)
undated
19 4
Newspaper articles about art and exhibits
1983-2008
22 2
Art exhibit posters
1990-2011
Subseries D: Photographs
1974-2014
Box Folder
5 5
Miscellaneous photos (envelope A) (and photograph packet information sheet)
1974-2001
5 6
Photos of Nic and Sloy at Chemeketa Community College
1981
18 1
Photos of Nic and Sloy by Robert Miller
1982
5 7
Photos: people/events
1984-1996
5 8
Photos of Nic by William Jamison
1994
5 9
Prismacolor drawings of cement tower proposal and photo of finished tower near Woodburn, Oregon
circa 1996
5 10
"time cards" art show photos by James Kirk
2008
7 8
Jay Reiter's photos of Nicholsloy Studio
circa 1995
7 7
Photos of housepainting and handyman contracting work by Nic
undated
item
12 1
Photographs
Removed large miscellaneous photographs and moved them to box 5.
1984-2014
Subseries E: Band management
1985-2001
Box Folder
7 9
Nic's band videos
circa 1987-1997
21 2
Dharma Bums posters
circa 1985-1990
19 5
Band posters by Nicholsloy Studio
1995-2001

Series II:  Correspondence, 1977-2018Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: Artists
1982-2018
Box Folder
7 11
Dominique Bugpost (arti-stamp artist)
circa 1995
1 33
Ross McCray: artist, poet, posters in portfolio
1985-1990
2 1
D. E. May and Matt Ferranto information sheet
undated
2 2
Matt Ferranto, artist
CD titled "Nicholsloy Studio visits the studio of Matt Ferranto" removed and located in CD case.
1993-1999
2 3
Matt Ferranto, artist
1997-1998
2 4
Matt Ferranto, artist
1997-1998
2 5
Matt Ferranto, artist
1997-1999
2 6
Matt Ferranto (correspondence)
1993-1995
2 7
Matt Ferranto (correspondence)
1993-2007
2 8
Matt Ferranto (correspondence)
1993-2015
2 9
Matt Ferranto (correspondence)
1994-1996
2 10
Matt Ferranto (correspondence)
Some items have been removed and are on display in the Archives and Special Collections case.
1994-2010
2 11
Matt Ferranto (correspondence)
1994-2015
2 12
Matt Ferranto (correspondence)
1995-2003
2 13
Matt Ferranto (correspondence)
Removed large painted envelope (mail art) and moved to box 20.
1995-2017
7 10
Matt Ferranto (correspondence)
1996-1998
20 1
Matt Ferranto (mail art)
2000
2 15
D. E. May (correspondence)
1989-1993
2 16
D. E. May (correspondence)
1989-2015
2 17
D. E. May (correspondence)
1990-1994
2 18
D. E. May (correspondence)
1991-2002
3 1
D. E. May (correspondence)
1990-1992
3 2
D. E. May (correspondence)
1990-1993
3 3
D. E. May (correspondence)
1990-1993
7 12
D. E. May (correspondence and three-dimensional art)
circa 1990
3 4
D. E. May (mail art and correspondence)
DVD of D. E. May's studio has been removed and is on display in the Archives and Special Collections case.
undated
3 5
D. E. May (mail art)
circa 1991-1992
3 6
D. E. May (mail art)
circa 1991-1992
3 7
D. E. May (mail art)
circa 1991-1992
3 8
Rob and Carol Bibler (Carol Hausser): postcards and photos (correspondence)
1982-2007
3 9
Rob and Carol Bibler (Carol Hausser) (exhibit fliers and correspondence)
1983-2016
3 10
Rob and Carol Bibler (Carol Hausser) (correspondence)
1980-1996
3 11
Rob and Carol Bibler (Carol Hausser) (correspondence)
1997-2015
3 12
Claudia Cave: correspondence and original art
1988-2018
3 13
Gary Westfjord (correspondence)
1995-2017
3 14
Eric Wuest (correspondence)
2017
3 15
Nancy Lindburg (correspondence)
2017-2018
3 16
Mary Lou Zeek (publicity and correspondence)
Removed large poster and moved to box 19.
2008-2018
19 6
Mary Lou Zeek (publicity and correspondence) (poster)
2008-2016
3 17
Bonnie and Roger Hull (correspondence)
2013-2017
3 18
Stephanie Speight (correspondence, mail art, and news articles)
1996-2018
3 19
Ellen George (mail art and artist information)
2016
3 20
Ken Hunt (correspondence and art)
Removed portrait art and moved to box 18.
1988-2006
3 21
Ken Hunt (correspondence and art)
1988-2006
item
17 1
Mail art by various artists
Mail art by D. E. May (cardboard "Be careful with the world," Ste. Anne de Beaupre postcard, and FONT bag), Ken Hunt (portrait), Dada ball (PICA), and prescription bottle from Pulse- a Pop Up Gallery.
undated
Subseries B: Writers
1977-2018
Box Folder
4 1
Tom Crawford (and Jenny Case - daughter) (poems and correspondence)
1988-1990
4 2
Tom Crawford (and Jenny Case - daughter) (poems and correspondence)
1994-1998
4 3
Tom Crawford (and Jenny Case - daughter) (poems and correspondence)
1993-2014
4 4
Tom Crawford (and Jenny Case - daughter) (poems and correspondence)
1991-2003
4 5
Tom Crawford (and Jenny Case - daughter) (poems and correspondence)
1990-1995
4 6
John Witte / Deb Casey: poets (The Cunning Uncle by John C. Witte)
undated
4 7
John Witte / Deb Casey: poets (Cat Turns Owl by Deb Casey)
undated
4 8
John Witte / Deb Casey: poets (correspondence)
1977-2017
7 18
John Witte / Deb Casey: poets (correspondence)
1978-2018
4 9
Clem Starck: information inside
circa 2012-2018
4 10
Isaac Bales: also known as Michael Scott Reed (seven sundays)
1985
4 11
Isaac Bales: also known as Michael Scott Reed
1981-1999
7 16
Isaac Bales: also known as Michael Scott Reed
1983-1996
4 12
Isaac Bales: also known as Michael Scott Reed (poems and correspondence)
circa 1984
7 17
John Mock
circa 1992-2000
4 13
Seph Reese
1990-1995
4 14
Seph Reese
1992-1998
4 15
Sloy to Seph Reese (correspondence)
1990-2001
4 16
John Hofer
1990-2015
4 17
John Hofer
2002-2010
4 18
Ruth Hudgens: poet
1999-2008
4 19
Ken Cohen
1985-1994

Series III:  Zines, 1980-2018Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: rebeat
1992-1997
Box Folder
18 4
rebeat numbers 1-4
1992 Spring - 1993 Summer
7 19
rebeat #1 "?coffin" original
1992 Spring
20 8
rebeat #1 "?coffin" layout
1992
20 9
rebeat #1 "?coffin" layout
1992
20 10
rebeat #2 "remove history"
1992 Fall
20 11
rebeat #2 "remove history" layout
1992
20 12
rebeat #3 "1st ¶²" (1st Paragraph Squared)
1993 Winter
20 13
rebeat #3 miscellaneous (Sloy's original art work and layout)
1993
21 3
rebeat #3 "1st ¶²" (1st Paragraph Squared) layout
1993
20 14
rebeat #4 "the lid"
1993 Summer
20 15
rebeat #4 "the lid" layout
1993
7 20
Statesman Journal bid on billing for rebeat printing
1992 April 19
5 11
Taproot Reviews (reviews of rebeat number 1 and subscription requests)
1992 May 2 - 1996 February 3
5 12
rebeat #1 correspondence
1992
5 13
Contributors originals plus comments by Sloy on D. E. Mays' lakes
1992
5 14
Sloy interviews the Dharma Bums about their new album "Welcome"
circa 1992
5 15
rebeat #2 "remove history" contributors
circa 1992-1993
5 16
rebeat #2 correspondence
1992-1997
5 17
rebeat #2 reviews (and submission letters)
1992-1993
5 18
rebeat #3 contributors
1992
5 19
rebeat #3 correspondence
1993
5 20
rebeat #3 miscellaneous
1993
5 21
Eric Lovre (rebeat submissions)
circa 1992
5 22
rebeat #4 "the lid" miscellaneous
circa 1993
7 21
rebeat #4 "the lid" (submissions)
1993
7 22
rebeat #4 correspondence
1992-1997
5 23
rebeat #4 correspondence
1993-1995
Subseries B: Zines by other artists
1980-2018
Box Folder
5 25
Key-Z Productions
1992-1998
5 31
Information sheets for "more zines" and "portfolio #1"
undated
5 32
Portland Review, volume 32 number 2
1990 April
5 38
Matt Ferranto's Arts Oregon
1993-1994
5 39
Ed Varney's Faux Post
1993-2001
5 40
Various zines
circa 1994
18 2
Mark Gillespie's Flabbergast
1994
5 41
Mark Gillespie's Flabbergast
1994-2017
6 1
Zines (information sheets)
undated
20 2
Pat Finney's "Vulgar Vince" proof of first publication
circa 1984
6 2
Various zines (Vulgar Vince)
circa 1986
6 3
Various zines
1987-1995
6 4
Zines (Tenth Assembling)
1980
6 5
Zines (various titles)
1981-1995
6 6
Zines (various titles)
1984-1992
6 7
Zines (Moody Street Irregulars)
1986 Summer - 1987 Fall
7 23
Red Lines Magazine number 9 "the pocket of paper"
1987
7 24
Zines (Red Lines Magazine, Temporary Culture, and Ballast)
1987-1995
6 8
Zines (High Frontiers, Wildthing, and WFMU Catalog of Curiosities)
1987-1995
6 9
Zines (various titles)
1987-2009
6 10
Zines (various titles)
1988-1995
6 11
Zines (Throat Culture)
1989-1992
6 12
Zines (Ruby Montana's Pinto Pony)
1990-1991
6 13
Zines (Anaconda Press: Snakeskin)
1991
6 14
Zines (The Junk Mail Artist)
1991 November 11 - 1991 November 26
6 15
Zines (Film Threat and Bypass)
circa 1991-1996
6 16
Zines (Bouillabaisse)
1992-1993
6 17
Zines (various titles)
1992-2005
6 18
Zines (DDT)
1993
6 19
Zines (Flatland)
1991-1994
6 20
Zines (Flatland)
1993-1996
6 21
Zines (Factsheet Five)
circa 1991-1992
6 22
Zines (Factsheet Five)
1992, 1995
6 23
Zines (Factsheet Five)
1995 September - November
6 24
Zines (Factsheet Five)
1996 February - 1996 September
6 25
Zines (Emigre)
circa 1991
6 26
Zines (Emigre Catalog)
1992-1996
6 27
Zines (Emigre)
1993-2001
6 28
Zines (Emigre)
Removed CD from "Honey Barbara I-10 and W. Ave." Admin note: CD is located in CD case.
2001-2002
8 1
Zines (Emigre: numbers 33-35)
1995
8 2
Zines (Emigre)
1995-1997
8 3
Zines (Emigre: numbers 42-44)
1997
8 4
Zines (Emigre: numbers 45-47)
1998
8 5
Zines (Emigre: numbers 48-50)
1998-1999
8 6
Zines (Emigre: numbers 51-54)
1999-2000
8 7
Zines (Emigre)
2000 Summer - 2001 Spring
8 8
Zines (Emigre)
circa 2000-2002
item
9 1
Zines (Emigre: posters)
1991-1997
10 1
Zines (Emigre)
1983-1993
11 1
Zines (Emigre)
1993-1994
Folder
22 3
Emigre poster featuring Sloy's art
1994
18 3
Zines (Taproot Reviews and Panic)
1994-1996
6 29
Zines (Crap Hound and Squawk)
1995
6 30
Zines (X-Ray)
1995 Spring
6 31
Zines (Key-Z Productions)
1995-1999
7 25
Zines (Some Zines 2)
1996
6 32
Zines (Entrepot)
2011 September - 2012 February
20 3
Flabbergast and Kustom Kulture posters
circa 1994
Subseries C: Correspondence
1989-2016
Box Folder
5 24
S. P. Clarke (Stephen P. Clarke correspondence)
1989
5 26
Rudy Vanderlans: Émigré Magazine
1993-1994
5 27
Geof Huth
2008-2016
5 28
Ed Varney, Mondo Post (arti-stamp artist)
1995-2001
5 29
Mark Gillespie (correspondence)
1994-1998
5 30
Zine correspondence
1992-1996
5 33
Jim Martin, Flatlands
1991-1992
5 34
Johnny Brewton, X-Ray Magazine
1991-2002
5 35
Tom Trusky (correspondence about zines)
1992-1995
5 36
Dave and Anna Christy, Alpha Beat Press
1993
5 37
Global Tapestry, Dave Cunliffe
1993

Series IV:  Beat collection, 1985-2018Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
4 20
Dave Moore: the "Kerouac Connection" originator and editor/writer
1988-2004
4 21
Dave Moore: the "Kerouac Connection" originator and editor/writer
1985-2002
7 27
Dave Moore: Kerouac stuff
1986-2018
4 22
Horst Spandler: German musician/songwriter in Van Bluus - beat scholar/translator
2000-2015
4 23
Kit and Arthur Knight: "The Unspeakable Visions of the Individual" zine
1987
4 24
Diane Derooij/writer "beat university"
2009-2016
4 25
Michael Smith (Kerouac Connection)
1994-1996
4 26
James Morton: Kerouac Connection
1991-1992
5 42
Beat collection and inventory (inventory)
circa 2016
5 43
Beat collection and inventory
2000-2013
5 44
Beat collection and inventory
Removed large poster and moved to box 20.
1993-2016
20 4
Beat collection and inventory (poster)
1993-2016
7 26
Beat collection and inventory
1997-2015
6 33
Kerouac Connection, number 30
2000 Fall
20 5
Posters from Sloy's "beat generation" collection
undated

Series V:  Art, 1975-2018Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
5 45
Information sheet for art and posters
undated
2 14
Nicholsloy Studio film series 1st Wednesdays (promos by D. E. May for his film choices)
1991-1992
20 6
Art work by several of Sloy's students at Chemeketa Community College
circa 1975-2002
20 7
Art of places from Sloy's childhood
circa 1992
21 4
Poster with poetry by Tom Crawford, art by Frank Boyden, with Jim Piper and Margot Thompson
circa 1990
21 5
Posters for Rob Bibler's "Wednesday Evening Film Series"
2001 Autumn - 2002 Winter
21 6
Art by Ken Hollin (also known as Ken Hunt)
circa 1990
21 7
Art work by Ross McCray
1983-1985
22 5
Silk screens by West Armstrong
undated
22 4
Poster for "Superstar: the Life and Times of Andy Warhol"
undated

Series VI:  Notebooks, 1972-2011Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box item
13 1
Black and white notebook by Sloy
1986-2000
14 1
Various notebooks
Includes a journal by Sloy and computer log notebooks.
1977-2011
15 1
Various notebooks
Includes records of correspondence, art submissions, and the Nicholsloy Studio website.
1980-2002
16 1
Various notebooks
Includes notes by Sandra Loy and budget notebook.
1972-2005

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Art
  • Arts--Northwest, Pacific
  • Art--Study and teaching
  • Personal Names :
  • Bales, Isaac
  • Bibler, Robert
  • Casey, Deb
  • Cave, Claudia, 1951-
  • Ferranto, Matt
  • Hausser, Carol
  • Hull, Bonnie
  • Hull, Roger
  • Hunt, Ken
  • Jamison, William Robert, 1945-1995
  • May, D. E., 1952-
  • Olbrantz, John
  • Witte, John, 1948-
  • Zeek, Mary Lou
  • Corporate Names :
  • Chemeketa Community College
  • Dharma Bums
  • Hallie Ford Museum of Art
  • Jamison Thomas Gallery
  • Vita Gallery
  • Geographical Names :
  • Salem (Or.)
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • clippings (information artifacts)
  • correspondence
  • fliers (printed matter)
  • mail art
  • newspapers
  • Photographs
  • Posters
  • zines