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Bazaar and publicity records, 1975 -- 2010

Call Number: MS180.005

Scope and Contents

This series consists of correspondence, reports, promotional materials, audio and video advertisements, slide shows, photographs, index cards, and sample crafts relating to Cultural Survival Bazaars and other promotional efforts by Cultural Survival. The Bazaar, an annual or semi-annual festival designed to make indigenous art visible and give indigenous artisans a market for their work, was for many years organized by Pia Maybury-Lewis. In more recent years, Bazaars have occurred more frequently and have served as a way for Cultural Survival to fundraise and increase awareness of its programs supporting indigenous issues. The bulk of Bazaar-related records document specific Bazaars in Cambridge, MA; Boston, MA; Northampton, MA; Providence, RI; Tiverton, RI; and other locales held between 1999 and 2006. Also included are staff evaluations of the Bazaar program, promotional flyers, and training materials for Cultural Survival staff working the events. Publicity materials not related to Bazaars include Cultural Survival Slide Shows, flyers for Cultural Survival projects and programs, public service announcements, advertisements, calendars, and recordings of broadcast interviews with Cultural Survival staff.


  • 1975 -- 2010


Open for research.


This series is arranged into two groups: Bazaar and Publicity. Bazaar material is arranged in two alphabetical runs. Publicity material is not arranged.


3.6 Linear Feet

Language of Materials



Repository Details

Part of the Tufts Archival Research Center Repository

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