Jill Nelson papers, 1985-2006. (Archival material, 1985) [WorldCat.org]
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Jill Nelson papers, 1985-2006.

Author: Jill Nelson
Edition/Format:   Archival materialView all editions and formats
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The Jill Nelson papers document Nelson's career as a writer and editor and press agent for C. Vernon Mason's campaign for Manhattan District Attorney. The collection contains audiotapes interviews with politicians, celebrities and historians such as Na'im Akbar, Marion Barry, Avery Brooks, Solomon Brown, Nelson Mandela, Diana Ross, and Oprah Winfrey. There are also typescripts, promotional material and reviews for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Notebooks
Named Person: Jill Nelson; Na'im Akbar; Marion Barry; Avery Brooks; Solomon Brown; Nelson Mandela; Diana Ross; Mike Tyson; Oprah Winfrey; Naʼim Akbar; Marion Barry; Avery Brooks; Nelson Mandela; Jill Nelson; Diana Ross; Mike Tyson; Oprah Winfrey
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jill Nelson
OCLC Number: 85266947
Notes: Audiotapes transferred to the Moving Image and Recorded Sound Division.
Books and magazines transferred to the General Research and Reference Division.
Description: 6.4 linear feet. (4 record cartons, 1 archival box.)

Abstract:

The Jill Nelson papers document Nelson's career as a writer and editor and press agent for C. Vernon Mason's campaign for Manhattan District Attorney. The collection contains audiotapes interviews with politicians, celebrities and historians such as Na'im Akbar, Marion Barry, Avery Brooks, Solomon Brown, Nelson Mandela, Diana Ross, and Oprah Winfrey. There are also typescripts, promotional material and reviews for Nelson's books, as well as clippings of her writings for various publications. There are also files for about Nelson's involvement with the Mike Tyson Parade in Harlem after his release from jail in 1995, and the protest following the police killing of Amadou Diallo in 1999. The collection also contains research notebooks and materials.

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