Frank and Peggy Bach Papers: 1964-2003
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Title: Frank and Peggy Bach Papers
Creator: Bach, Frank, 1948-
Inclusive dates: 1964-2003
Extent: 9 linear feet (in 10 boxes)
Extent: 2 oversize folders
Extent: 1 optical discs (CDs)
Extent: 1 phonograph record
Extent: 4 film reels
Extent: 1 artifacts
Frank and Peggy Bach were involved with the counterculture in Detroit and Ann Arbor beginning in the 1960s as musicians, performers, graphic designers, promoters, and activists for area jazz, blues, and pop acts. Frank Bach was also involved in community organizations supporting housing and economic development activities in Detroit. The collection documents the Bach's numerous professional activities and organizations, groups, and individuals with whom they were associated, including Rainbow Corporation and Rainbow Multi-media, Allied Artists Association of America, Strata Associates, Detroit Jazz Center, Grande Graphics, Morda-Sinclair & Associates, and John Sinclair. Detroit community organizations documented in the collection include the Creekside Community Development Corporation, the Jefferson-Chalmers Citizens' District Council, and the Jefferson East Business Association.
Call number: 03124 Aa 2; UAl
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2113
Phone: 734-764-3482
Fax: 734-936-1333
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Finding aid created by Leigh Jasmer and Amanda Carvell, 2003-2004