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The Lord's Land

From: Paul Kagan photographs of utopian communities andpersonal papers

The Lord's Land

From: Paul Kagan photographs of utopian communities andpersonal papers

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Other Creator: Kagan, Paul, 1943-
Date: 1972 July
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Description:
12 (p. 3, nos. 1-12) of 36 negatives digitized.
Abstract:
The Lord's Land was a Christian commune founded in 1968 by Sabine Koritke Ball (1925-2009) in Albion, California.
Physical Description:
36 negatives|b&w|6 x 6 cm.
Host Note:
Chiefly photographscreated and copied by Kagan while conducting research for his book, New WorldUtopias: A Photographic History of the Search for Community. The photographsdocument nineteenth- and twentieth-century utopian communities, most located inCalifornia, with others in New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. Thecollection includes material that Kagan collected about utopian communities,including audiotapes of interviews and related events, as well as drawings andphotographs. The collection also includes examples of photography and graphicdesign that Kagan created for traditional and alternative newspapers, as wellas examples of some of his book reviews and other writings. A small group ofmaterial documents social action at the University of California, Berkeley, andin the San Francisco Bay area during the 1960s.
Box:
Box 3
Folder:
Folder 98
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Object ID: 10191478
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