John and Leni Sinclair sound recording series

Sinclair, John, 1941-


13 linear ft. (22 boxes).
approximately 750 audiocassettes : analog.
210 audiotape reels : analog, 1 7/8-7 1/2 ips ; 5 in. -7 in.
43 audio discs : 45-33 1/3 rpm, stereo ; 7-12 in.
10 audio discs : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
Sound recordings relating to many aspects of the Sinclairs' careers, including participation in and organization of the White Panther Party and its offshoot, the Rainbow Peoples Party, the Rainbow Multi-Media Corporation, and the Human Rights Party; also materials concerning the narcotics and conspiracy trials of Sinclair and other White Panthers, as well as recordings of the Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festivals, the MC-5 and other rock groups and various music radio broadcasts.
Tapes also include performances of Sinclair poetry/jazz programs and radio programs on jazz that he produced and hosted.
John and Leni Sinclair were leaders of the counter-culture movement in Michigan, organizers of radical social, political, and cultural endeavors, primarily in the areas of music, poetry, graphic design, and community welfare projects.
Donor: 6306.
Finding aid in the library.
Finding aid available via World Wide Web at URL: & idno=umich-bhl-850.
Forms part of Sinclair, John, 1941- John and Leni Sinclair papers, 1957-1999.

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