Reflections in Time: Interview with Harry Duncan, 1986

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Title

Reflections in Time: Interview with Harry Duncan, 1986

Subject

Duncan, Harry
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Interviews

Description

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In the summer of 1986 Harry Duncan, professor of fine arts (1972 - 1986) at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) was interviewed for Reflections in Time by Paul Borge. Harry Duncan was born (1916) and raised in Keokuk, Iowa. He received a Bachelor’s degree in English (1938) from Grinnell College, Iowa. In the early seventies he helped create the UNO Fine Arts Press “Abbattoir Editions”; handmade books by students and artists. He was honored with the Jane Geske award (1984) from the Nebraska Center for the Book (NCB) for his contributions to the field of bookmaking. Harry A. Duncan was “considered the father of the post-World War II private-press movement” (Newsweek, August 16, 1982). He passed away in 1997. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site and UNO Libraries Digital Collection site

Publisher

University of Nebraska at Omaha Libraries

Date

1986

Relation

Reflections in Time: Interview with Harry Duncan, 1986.
Finding aid available at:
https://archives.nebraska.edu/repositories/4/archival_objects/10155

Format

VHS

Language

English

Identifier

UNO-0021-rfit-harry-duncan

Interviewer

Paul Borge

Duration

01:01:33

Citation

“Reflections in Time: Interview with Harry Duncan, 1986,” Omaha Stories: Oral Histories of Omaha, Nebraska, accessed December 15, 2018, https://omahastories.omeka.net/items/show/221.

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