TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview of the Collection

Biography

Scope and Content

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Series I: Asian American Topics, 1990-1999

Series II: Asian Americans, 1970-1989

Series III: Asian American Visual Art, 1981-1989

Series IV: Asian American Art and Culture, 1980-1983

Series V: Asian American Culture: Theory and Criticism, 1977-1990

Series VI: Asian Identity and Stereotypes, 1979-1991

Series VII: Asian American Demography, 1976

Series VIII: Chinatown, 1892-1991

Series IX: Chinese Prostitutes in the U.S., 1979

Series X: Southeast Asians, undated

Series XI: Korean Americans, 1978-1981

Series XII: Stereotypes: Gangs, Media, 1983-1990

Series XIII: Japanese Americans, 1942-1982

Series XIV: Japan, 1974-1978

Series XV: Asian American History, 1973-1993

Series XVI: History of Japanese Americans, 1978

Series XVII: History of Chinese Press in the 1986

Series XVIII: Chinese in America, 1979-1998

Series XIX: Asian American Music, 1974-1992

Series XX: Music and Social Change, 1981-1995

Series XXI: Early Asian American Literature, 1981-1992

Series XXII: Asian American Poetry, Literature, 1974-1985

Series XXIII: Review of Asian American Literature, 1982

Series XXIV: Fred Houn Poetry, 1974

Series XXV: Fred Ho Poetry, 1974-1983

Series XXVI: Reviews and Essays, undated

Series XXVII: Genny Lim, 1983-1987

Series XXVIII: Asia Society, 1976-1987

Series XXIX: Louis Chu, undated, 1984

Series XXX: Pilippino American Literature, undated, 1985

Series XXXI: Royal F. Morales, 1974-1981

Series XXXII: Filipinos in America, undated, 1972-1976

Series XXXIII: H.T. Tsiange, 1935-1938

Series XXXIV: FUSANG and Chinese Mythology, undated

Series XXXV: Early Chinese American Literature, 1983

Series XXXVI: Japanese American Tanka, 1987-1988

Series XXXVII: Janice Mirikitani, 1983

Series XXXVIII: Asian American Theatre, 1979-1995

Series XXXIX: 1975-1979

Series XL: Monkey King Ballet, 1987-1990

Series XLI: Chinaman's Chance Press, 1987-1989

Series XLII: Fred Ho Scores, undated, 1976-1983

Series XLIII: Fred Ho Biographical Information, undated, 1996

Series XLIV: Career Summaries, undated

Series XLV: Books, Videos, Recordings, 1982-1997

Periodicals






Fred Ho Papers



Finding aid prepared by Asian American Studies Institute.






Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center
405 Babbidge Road, Unit 1205
Storrs, Connecticut 06269-1205



© 2005 University of Connecticut



Overview of the Collection

Repository: Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center.
Creator: Ho, Fred.
Title: Fred Ho Papers.
Dates: undated, 1892-1996.
Quantity: 20 linear feet.
Identification: MSS19990036
Language: English.
Abstract: Collection contains essays, articles, poetry, music, commentaries, critical reviews, speeches, video recordings and musical recordings written, performed and collected by Fred Ho [Asian American Musician, composer, writer and activist].

Biography

Fred Ho, the Asian American musician, composer, writer, and activist combines music and politics to fight discrimination and redefine American identity. He has developed a “new American multicultural music” which recognizes the diverse cultural contributions to twentieth century American music. His revolutionary compositions challenge the status quo by providing an artistically provocative vision for the future. Ho's intent in composing music is not only to recognize different forms, but to convey anti-oppression messages that provide an alternate framework upon which American identity is defined.

A commitment to multiculturalism and diversity has not always been an integral part of Ho's character. His coming of age as an Asian American was marked by feelings of denial, anger, and confusion about his Chinese identity. As a result, Ho has dealt with racial discrimination in different ways throughout his life, first by assimilating, then by confronting it through activism and music. Now a prominent musician, Ho works to raise social consciousness by transforming his experience into positive action.

Fred Wei-han Houn (later Fred Ho) was born in 1957 in Palo Alto, California, and spent the first five years of his life in Michigan and Nebraska as his father searched for a full-time position teaching Political Science. At the age of six, Ho and his family settled permanently in Amherst, Massachusetts. From the time he was a young boy until he reached high school, Ho felt like an outsider among his peers. He was discriminated against at school because of his Chinese background, and classmates were encouraged to exclude him from their play. In order to make sense of the discrimination that he faced, Ho tried hard to be racially effacing by conforming to the same Euro-American norms which had worked to oppress him. He wanted to be liked, accepted and respected. By the time he reached adolescence, the energy that Ho had directed toward assimilation had produced feelings of self-denial and self-hatred.

The junior high and high school years marked a turning point for Ho. He began to redefine his identity as a Chinese American, breaking away from the pattern of assimilation that he had adopted in his childhood. The social revolutions of the sixties, which heightened public consciousness about the civil rights struggle of historically silenced groups, had a strong impact upon him. He explored issues of power and discrimination and raised questions about his identity in the Euro-American culture. At the same time that Ho was experiencing intellectual growth through the exploration of theoretical questions, he grew emotionally and creatively. He changed the way he thought about himself and others and turned anger and pain into action and power. At school Ho enrolled in a “Black Experience” class and was introduced to the work of several African American authors, including Malcolm X. The exposure to anti-oppression ideas changed his life, and at the age of sixteen he converted briefly to the Muslim religion.

Though Ho had begun to play the baritone saxophone at the age of fourteen, he did not follow a path that would purposely lead to a professional career in music. After high school, he attended Harvard University and graduated in 1979 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. While in school, Ho continued to invest his time and energy in political and social activism. He founded the East Coast Asian Student Union in 1978 and the Asian American Resource Workshop in 1979. Music did not receive as much attention as politics during this period, but Ho did not abandon his saxophone entirely. He had not participated in the music program at Harvard because it lacked the diversity that he sought. After graduation he played and composed occasionally while working in construction.

In 1981, Ho left Boston for New York, where he focused on building a professional career in music. From the year of his arrival until 1988, he led the Asian American Arts Ensemble, a group with which he produced two albums. In 1982, Ho formed the Afro Asian Music Ensemble out of a desire to lead and compose for his own group. Although he had played with musicians such as Dizzy Gillespie, Archie Shepp and Gil Evans, he was not one to work as a sideman in someone else's band. Since that time, Ho has demonstrated incredible talent in composing his own pieces and leading not only the Afro Asian Music Ensemble and the Asian American Arts Ensemble, but the Monkey Orchestra and the Afro Asian Arts Dialogue as well.

Throughout the 1980s and 90s, Ho composed several music theater pieces and released seven albums. In 1995, he co-edited Sounding Off! Music as Subversion/ Resistance/Revolution, the 1996 winner of the American Book Award. His compositions combine free jazz with traditional Chinese folk music, resulting in award-winning, revolutionary music. In addition to gaining recognition for the products of his work, Ho has garnered several prestigious awards which support the process of composing music, including two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, a 1989 and 1994 New York Foundation for the Arts Music Composition Fellowship, and the 1988 Distinguished Artist Lifetime Achievement Award given by the 17th Annual Black Music Conference at the University of Massachusetts.

Fred Ho continues to be an active member of the Asian American community. He is the founder of Guerilla Music Productions, co-founder of AsianImprov Records, and owner and founder of Transformation Art Publisher. He lectures regularly to university audiences and has spoken at numerous conferences on the arts and Asian American affairs. By combining political activism with artistic integrity, Ho is able to pursue his goal of redefining American cultural identity to include not only Euro-American culture and values but those of Asian/Pacific Americans, African Americans, Native Americans and Chicanos as well.

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Scope and Content

The collection contains essays, articles, poetry, music, commentaries, critical reviews, speeches, video recordings and musical recordings written, performed and collected by Fred Ho. The materials offers insight into the development of an Asian American artist and activist, critical analyses of American culture and a look at the history, literature, ideas and culture of Asian Americans. The numerous essays and commentaries written by Ho place artistic and political issues within a larger context and explore the relationship between Euro and Asian American experiences.

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Arrangement

Series I: Asian American topics (1990-1991)

Series II: Asian Americans (1970-1989)

Series III: Asian American Visual Art (1981-1989)

Series IV: Asian American Art and Culture (1980-1983)

Series V: Asian American Art and Culture: Theory and Criticism (1977-1990)

Series VI: Asian Identity and Stereotypes (1979-1991)

Series VII: Asian American Demography (1976)

Series VIII: Chinatown (1892-1991)

Series IX: Chinese prostitutes in the U.S. (1979)

Series X: Southeast Asians (undated)

Series XI: Korean Americans (1978-1981)

Series XII: Stereotypes: Gangs Media (1983-1990)

Series XIII: Japanese American (1942-1982)

Series XIV: Japan (1974-1978)

Series XV: Asian American History (1973-1993)

Series XVI: History of Japanese Americans (1978)

Series XVII: History of Chinese Press in the U.S. (1986)

Series XVIII: Chinese in America (1979-1982)

Series XIX: Asian American Music (1974-1992)

Series XX: Music and Social Change (1981-1995)

Series XXI: Early Asian American Literature (1981-1992)

Series XXII: Asian American Poetry and Literature (1974-1985)

Series XXIII: Review of Asian American Literature (1982)

Series XXIV: Fred Houn Poetry (1974)

Series XXV: Fred Ho Poetry (1974-1983)

Series XXVI: Reviews and Essays (undated)

Series XXVII: Genny Lim (1983-1987)

Series XXVIII: Asia Society (1976-1987)

Series XXIX: Louis Chu (undated, 1984)

Series XXX: Pilippino American Literature (undated, 1985)

Series XXXI: Royal F. Morales (1974-1981)

Series XXXII: Filipinos in America (undated, 1972-1976)

Series XXXIII: H.T. Tsiang (1935-1938)

Series XXXIV: FUSANG and Chinese Mythology (undated)

Series XXXV: Early Chinese American Literature (1983)

Series XXXVI: Japanese American Tanka (1987-1988)

Series XXXVII: Janice Mirikitani (1983)

Series XXXVIII: Asian American Theatre (1979-1995)

Series XXXIX: And the Soul Shall Dance (1975-1979)

Series XL: Monkey King Ballet (1987-1990)

Series XLI: Chinaman's Chance Press (1987-1989)

Series XLII: Fred Ho Scores (undated, 1976-1983)

Series XLIII: Fred Ho Biographical Information (undated, 1996)

Series XLIV: Career Summaries

Series XLV: Books, Videos, Recordings (1982-1997)

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

There are no access restrictions on this collection.

Restrictions on Use

Permission to publish from these Papers must be obtained in writing from both the University of Connecticut Libraries and the owner(s) of the copyright.

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Related Material

Archives & Special Collections has a substantial collection of materials pertaining to music as well as diversity and minority issues. For detailed information on these collections please contact the curator or ask at the reference desk.

The following materials have been separated from the collection and cataloged:

Sounding off!. Dodd Call No. B6541

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

Subjects:

American literature--Asian American authors.
American poetry--Asian American authors.
Asian Americans--Cultural assimilation.
Asian Americans--Ethnic identity.
Asian Americans--History.
Asian Americans--Politics and government.
Asian Americans.

Places:

United States--Race relations.

Document Types:

Correspondence.
Photographs.
Publications.

Occupations:

Asian American artists.
Asian American composers.
Asian American musicians.

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Administrative Information

Custodial History

The collection was acquired by the Asian American Studies Institute.

Preferred Citation

[Item description, #:#], Fred Ho Papers. Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries.

Acquisition Information

The Asian American Studies Institute transferred the collection to Archives & Special Collections in October 1998.

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Detailed Description

The file topic is listed first and numbered; subtopics follow and have been assigned a letter. Both headings are found on each file folder in the Collection, however the file topics on each file folder are not numbered.

Series I: Asian American Topics, 1990-1999
1:A Film: Essays
1:B Film: Articles
1:C Film: Publications
1:D Film: Publications
1:E Film: Publications
1:F Film: Publications
1:G Film: Bulletins
1:H Media: Articles
1:I Media: Articles
1:J Media: Articles and Notes
1:K Theatre: Articles: “Non-Traditional Casting.”
1:L Theatre: Articles: “Asian Theatre in the West.”
1:M Theatre: Articles: Miss Saigon
1:N Theatre: Articles: Opportunities and Roles
1:O Literature: Articles
1:P Literature: Articles
1:Q Literature: Correspondance
1:R Poetry
1:S Poetry
1:T Art: Articles
1:U Art: Articles
1:V Art: Articles
1:W Art: Articles
1:X History: The Chinese of Mexico and Peru, 1849-1930
1:Y History: Chinese in the U.S.
1:Z Articles: Chinese Celebrations
1:AA Articles
1:AB Articles
1:AC Articles
1:AD Articles: Racism, Violence and Boycotts
1:AE Articles: Gangs and Violence
1:AF Identity
1:AG Essay: Asian Pacific American Workers
1:AH Notes
1:AI Essay: Asian Roots and Community
1:AJ Anthology: Legacy to Liberation
Series II: Asian Americans, 1970-1989
1:A Articles, 1989
1:B Articles, 1985
1:C Articles, 1980-1981
1:D Articles: U.S.-Asia Institute, 1980-1981
1:E Essays, undated
1:F Media, 1984
1:G Business, 1977
1:H History, 1970-1980
1:I Education, 1982
1:J Politics: Articles, 1976
1:K Boycotts, Grievances, 1980
1:L Boycotts, Grievances, 1981
1:M Demographics, 1986
1:N Demographics, 1988
1:O Demographics, 1979
Series III: Asian American Visual Art, 1981-1989
1:A Traditions Transformed: Exhibition Catalogue, 1984
1:B Yasuo Kuniyoshi: Exhibition, 1986
1:C Isamu Noguchi: Exhibition, 1989
1:D Japanese Photography in America: Exhibition, 1988
1:E Artists and Exhibitions: Promotional Material, 1981-1985
1:F Yun Gee: Articles and Notes, 1983
1:G Notes, undated
Series IV: Asian American Art and Culture, 1980-1983
1:A Art: Essays, undated
1:B Film: Essays and Reviews, 1982
1:C Film: Essays and Reviews, 1982
1:D Theatre: Essays and Reviews, 1982
1:E Culture: Essays, 1983
1:F Photographs, Prints, undated
1:G Photographs, Prints, undated
1:H Photographs, Prints, undated
1:I Organizations, 1980
1:J Music: Essays, 1982
1:K Music: Articles
1:L Music: Organizations
Series V: Asian American Culture: Theory and Criticism, 1977-1990
1:A Art: Speeches: Draft, undated
1:B Art: Speeches: Draft, undated
1:C Art: Speeches: Draft, undated
1:D Art: Speeches: Draft (Smith College), 1982
1:E Art: Speeches: Notes, undated
1:F Art: Speeches (MIT), 1984
1:G Art: Articles, 1982
1:H Art: Correspondance, 1984-1985
1:I Art: Conference Program, 1982
1:J Culture: Articles, 1979
1:K Culture: Articles, undated
1:L Culture: Notes, 1983
1:M Music: Articles, 1983
1:N Theatre: Reviews, 1980
1:O Literature: Essays, undated
1:P Literature: Essays, undated
1:Q Literature: Essays, undated
1:R Literature: Essays, 1982
1:S Literature: Articles, 1985-1986
1:T Literature: Notes, 1981
1:U Literature: Notes, 1982
1:V Literature: Correspondence, 1983
1:W Literature: Poetry and Prose, 1977
1:X Maxine Hong Kingston: Essays, undated
1:Y Maxine Hong Kingston: Articles, undated
1:Z Maxine Hong Kingston: Notes, 1990
1:AA Asian American Writing, undated
1:AB Poetry: Essays, 1982
1:AC Film: Notes, undated
1:AD Film: Film Festival Program, 1984
1:AE Glossary, 1984
1:AF Articles: Cultural Organizing, compiled by Fred Ho, 1990
1:AG Articles: Toward an Asian-American Culture by Ho, 1974
Series VI: Asian Identity and Stereotypes, 1979-1991
1:A Stereotypical Images, 1984
1:B Stereotypical Images, 1980
1:C Model Minority, 1986
1:D Model Minority, 1980
1:E Model Minority, 1986
1:F Model Minority, 1984-1990
1:G Model Minority, 1984, 1990
1:H Model Minority, 1982, 1990
1:I Asian Americans in Literature, 1990
1:J Asian Americans in Literature, undated
1:K Asian Americans in Film, 1985
1:L Asian Americans in Film, 1986, 1991
1:M Articles, Notes, 1986
1:N Dating, 1991
1:O Dating, 1983
1:P Dating, 1990
1:Q Dating, 1990
1:R Dating, 1988
1:S Image and Beauty, 1989
1:T Image and Beauty, 1989
1:U Boycotts and Protests, 1979
1:V Educational Material, 1991
1:W Newsletter, 1990
Series VII: Asian American Demography, 1976
1 “Demographic Analysis of the Pacific Island and Asian American Population in New England.”, 1976
Series VIII: Chinatown, 1892-1991
1:A History: Essays, 1991
1:B History: Essays, 1892
1:C Chinese Exclusion: Essays, 1901
1:D Racism, Violence and Boycotts: Essays, 1982
1:E Racism, Violence and Boycotts: Essays, 1976
1:F Community: Articles, 1977, 1982
1:G Community: Essays, undated
1:H Community: Essays, 1973
1:I Community: Essays, 1970
1:J Community: Essays, 1970
1:K Community: Association By-Laws, undated
1:L Community: Program Guide, 1981
1:M Housing: Articles, 1982
1:N Social and Occupational Status, 1973
1:O Notes, 1981
1:P Essay: Effects of Desegregation on Boston Chinatown, 1976
1:Q Notes: to Kwong, Peter, “Chinatown: New York: Labor and Politics,, 1930-1950
Series IX: Chinese Prostitutes in the U.S., 1979
1:A Chinese Women in Nineteenth Century California, 1979
1:B Chinese Women: Essays, undated
Series X: Southeast Asians, undated
1 Southeast Asians, undated
Series XI: Korean Americans, 1978-1981
2:A Korean Emigres: Articles, 1981
2:B Discrimination: Chol Soo Lee Case, 1978
2:C Discrimination: Chol Soo Lee Case, 1978
2:D Notes, undated
2:E Artists, undated
2:F Exhibits: Programs, 1981
Series XII: Stereotypes: Gangs, Media, 1983-1990
2:A Articles, 1990
2:B Articles, 1983
2:C Articles, 1988
2:D Essays, undated
2:E Racism and Boycotts, 1985
Series XIII: Japanese Americans, 1942-1982
2:A Articles, undated
2:B Articles, 1981
2:C Internment: Redress: Laws, 1980
2:D Evacuation and Relocation, 1942
2:E Executive Order 9066: A Day of Remembrance: Publicity, 1942-1982
2:F Japanese American Organizations: Bulletins, 1981
2:G Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941: Articles, 1981
2:H Notes: World War II, undated
2:I Articles: Women and Work, 1980
2:J Bulletin: Dating Service, undated
Series XIV: Japan, 1974-1978
2:A Japanese Americans: Articles, 1978
2:B History: Essays, 1974
2:C Japanese Life: Articles, 1974
2:D Japanese and Americans: Essays, 1974
Series XV: Asian American History, 1973-1993
2:A Racism, Violence and Boycotts: Articles, 1990-1993
2:B Racism, Violence and Boycotts: Articles, 1990-1991
2:C Racism, Violence and Boycotts: Articles, 1990
2:D Racism, Violence and Boycotts: Articles, 1992
2:E Racism, Violence and Boycotts: Articles, 1992
2:F Racism, Violence and Boycotts: Articles, 1992
2:G Racism, Violence and Boycotts: Articles, 1992
2:H Racism, Violence and Boycotts: Articles, 1992
2:I Racism, Violence and Boycotts: Articles, undated
2:J Racism, Violence and Boycotts: Articles, undated
2:K Caribbean Cultural Center History Information Packet: Asian and Pacific Islander, undated
2:L An Appraisal of Marxist Influences on the Asian American Movement, 1991
2:M Current Issues in the Chinese American Community: San Francisco, 1974
2:N Demographics and Immigration, 1980, 1991
2:O. “Chinese in America: Images From a Neglected Past”, undated
2:P Race: Articles, 1991
2:Q Promotional Material: Literature, 1991
2:R Promotional Material: Film, 1991
2:S Educational Goals, 1973
2:T History and Culture: China, undated
Series XVI: History of Japanese Americans, 1978
2 Slideshow: Tule Lake Committee, 1978
Series XVII: History of Chinese Press in the U.S., 1986
2 Him Mark Lai, 1986
Series XVIII: Chinese in America, 1979-1998
2:A Text, 1979
2:B Bulletin: U.S. Immigration Laws Affecting Chinese, 1982
2:C Articles, 1998
Series XIX: Asian American Music, 1974-1992
2:A Reviews, 1981-1985
2:B Reviews: Jon Jang, 1984-1988
2:C Concert Programs: Asian American Jazz Festival, 1981-1983
2:D Concert Programs, 1984
2:E Concert Programs, 1989
2:F Concert Programs, 1974-1983
2:G Concert Programs, 1992
2:H Concert Programs, 1985
2:I Music, 1990
2:J Articles, Essays, 1983
2:K Articles, Essays, 1991
2:L Articles, Essays, 1981-1982
2:M Articles, Essays, undated
2:N Articles, Essays, undated
2:O. Press Releases, Presentation Specifications, Receipts, 1984-1990
2:P Correspondence, 1984-1990
2:Q Essay: Asian American Music and Empowerment: Asian American Jazz, 1989
2:R Essay: Anjui Desai Wesleyan, 1997
Series XX: Music and Social Change, , 1981-1995
2:A Music, Identity and Social Change: Essays, undated
2:B Music, Identity and Social Change: Essays, 1981
2:C Music, Identity and Social Change: Essays, undated
2:D Music, Identity and Social Change: Essays, 1991
2:E Music, Identity and Social Change: Essays, undated
2:F Music, Identity and Social Change: Essays, 1995
2:G Artists and Musicians: Articles, 1995
2:H Artists and Musicians: Fred Ho: Articles, 1989
2:I Artists and Musicians: Fred Ho: Articles, 1993-1994
2:J Artists and Musicians: Fred Ho: Articles, 1993-1994
2:K Performances, 1995
Series XXI: Early Asian American Literature, 1981-1992
2:A Japanese American: Camp Poems and Prose, 1984
2:B Japanese American: Camp Poems and Prose, 1985
2:C Japanese American: Nikkei Images, 1984
2:D Correspondence, undated
2:E Notes, undated
2:F Tanka, undated
2:G Chinese American: Songs From Gold Mountain, undated
2:H Articles, undated
2:I Articles, 1984
2:J Articles, 1981
2:K Articles, 1983
2:L Articles, 1992
2:M Articles, 1992
2:N Articles, 1991
2:O. Articles, 1983
2:P Essay: Chinese American History, 1981
2:Q Sui Sin Far Edith Eaton: The First Chinese American Fiction Writer, 1981
Series XXII: Asian American Poetry, Literature, 1974-1985
2:A Poetry: Fred Ho, undated
2:B Poetry: Fred Ho, 1975
2:C Poetry: Janice Mirikitani, undated
2:D Poetry: Genny Lim, 1975
2:E Poetry: Lydia Lowe, undated
2:F Poetry: Cathy Song, undated
2:G Poetry: Todd Lee, 1980
2:H Poetry, undated
2:I Poetry, undated
2:J Poetry, undated
2:K Poetry, undated
2:L Poetry, 1984
2:M Poetry, 1976
2:N Poetry, undated
2:O Poetry, 1976
2:P Poetry, undated
2:Q Poetry, undated
2:R Poetry, undated
2:S Poetry, undated
2:T Poetry, undated
2:U Poetry, undated
2:V Poetry, undated
2:W Poetry, undated
2:X Poetry, undated
2:Y Poetry, undated
2:Z Poetry, undated
2:AA Poetry, undated
2:AB Poetry, 1980
2:AC Correspondence, undated
2:AD Notes, undated
2:AE “By the Shadow of the Orange Grove”: Russell C. Leong: Script, 1985
2:AF Literature: Essays, undated
2:AG Literature: Essays, undated
2:AH Literature: Frank Chin, undated
2:AI Poetry: Article, undated
2:AJ Literature, undated
2:AK Literature, 1974
2:AL Literature: Book Review: Toshio Mori, 1979
2:AM Literature: Promotional Material: Taro Yashima, 1981
2:AN Literature: Promotional Material: Shawn Wong, undated
2:AO Publishers, 1983-1984
2:AP Film: Essays, undated
2:AQ War Brides: Essay, 1984
2:AR Art, undated
2:AS Asian American Artistic Expression, undated
2:AT Art: Chinese Celebration, 1976
2:AU Book Review: Kim, undated
2:AV Poetry, 1983
Series XXIII: Review of Asian American Literature, 1982
2:A Literature: Book Review: Kim, Elaine. Asian American Literature (Original in display case in AASI)
2:B Literature: Notes for review of Kim, Asian American Literature(Original in display case in AASI)
Series XXIV: Fred Houn Poetry, 1974
2:A Poetry
2:B Poetry
2:C Poetry
2:D Poetry
2:E Poetry
2:F Poetry
2:G Poetry
2:H Poetry
2:I Poetry
2:J Poetry
2:K Essay: “Toward an Asian American Culture,” (Original in display case in AASI)
Series XXV: Fred Ho Poetry, 1974-1983
2:A Untitled, undated
2:B Untitled, 1975
2:C New Dawn (Comin' in Bright and Strong), 1975
2:D Untitled, 1975
2:E letter for Gwen (and good-bye Yale), 1975
2:F I say your name, 1975
2:G Untitled, undated
2:H Change for Chinks, undated
2:I Christmas letter, 1976
2:J Poem for Azania, undated
2:K A dialogue: Tomorrow is Now!, 1983
2:L Liberation Haiku, 1983
2:M Tanka, undated
2:N Tanka: Male Chauvanism, undated
2:O Haiku: Sisters, undated
2:P Chi Lai! (Song for Gold Mountain Warriors), 1983
2:Q A night haiku, undated
2:R Haikus: Love/Struggle in 5 parts, undated
2:S violence and DEATH, 1974
2:T Japanese syllyabic verse: Tanka, undated
2:U Syllyabic verses: Haiku, 1975
2:V Haiku #3 (6:25 pm), 1974
2:W Third World Understanding, 1975
2:X Original syllyabic verses, undated
2:Y Untitled, undated
2:Z To you, for every peaceful moment, 1975
3:AA Praise Trilogy for the People's Republic of China, 1975
3:AB I say your name, undated
3:AC Poem for Azania (Black Homeland), undated
3:AD Big Tenor Man (Poem for Archie Shepp), undated
3:AE Colored Opportunists I Have Known, undated
3:AF The autobiography of a chink, 1979
3:AG Ode to the third world, undated
3:AH Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win!, 1979
3:AI Untitled, 1979
3:AJ Krushcovism - Trotskyism - Gang of Four Thought, 1979
3:AK Wanted for the Murder of Little Lincoln Louie: The United States of America, undated
3:AL We'll Make Tomorrow (Kayo's Song), 1983
Series XXVI: Reviews and Essays, undated
3:A Poetry: Reviews and Essays
3:B Poetry: Reviews and Essays
3:C Poetry: Reviews and Essays
3:D Music: Reviews and Essays
3:E Music: Reviews and Essays
3:F Music: Reviews and Essays
3:G Literature: Reviews and Essays
3:H Literature: Reviews and Essays
3:I Theatre: Reviews and Essays
3:J Theatre: Reviews and Essays
3:K Theatre: Reviews and Essays
3:L Art: Reviews and Essays
3:M Art: Reviews and Essays
3:N Art: Reviews and Essays
Series XXVII: Genny Lim, 1983-1987
3:A “The Sky Never Stops”: Script, 1983
3:B “XX”: Script, 1986
3:C “La China Poblana”: Script, undated
3:D Correspondence, 1987
3:E Correspondence, 1983
3:F “Ganbaro!” by Fred Houn: Score, 1983
Series XXVIII: Asia Society, 1976-1987
3:A Articles: Hong Kong, 1987
3:B Articles: Asia in American Textbooks, 1976
Series XXIX: Louis Chu, undated, 1984
3:A Louis Chu, 1984
3:B Literature: Review of Eat a Bowl of Tea, undated
3:C Notes, undated
Series XXX: Pilippino American Literature, undated, 1985
3:A History: Chronology, undated
3:B History: Essays, undated
3:C History: Essays, undated
3:D History: Essays, undated
3:E Maps: Philippines, undated
3:F “Bamboo That Snaps Back”: Proposal, 1985
3:G Poetry, undated
3:H Poetry, undated
3:I Poetry, undated
3:J Poetry, undated
3:K Poetry, undated
3:L Poetry, undated
3:M Poetry, undated
Series XXXI: Royal F. Morales, 1974-1981
Makibaka: The Pilipino Struggle
3:A Text, 1974
3:B Articles, 1981
Series XXXII: Filipinos in America, undated, 1972-1976
3:A The Filipinos in America: A Chronology and Fact Book, 1976
3:B Articles, undated
3:C History: Chronology, undated
3:D Discrimination: Essays, undated
3:E Hawaii: Essays, undated
3:F Sambayanan: Mission Statement, undated
3:G Literature: Book Orders, undated
3:H Poetry, undated
3:I Poetry, undated
3:J Poetry, undated
3:K Poetry, undated
3:L Poetry, 1972
3:M Poetry, undated
Series XXXIII: H.T. Tsiange, 1935-1938
3 “China Marches On,”, 1938
3 “The Hanging on Union Square,”, 1935
Series XXXIV: FUSANG and Chinese Mythology, undated
3:A Essays, undated
3:B Notes, undated
Series XXXV: Early Chinese American Literature, 1983
3 Xiao Lin Li, 1983
Series XXXVI: Japanese American Tanka, 1987-1988
3:A Notes, undated
3:B Tomoe Tana: Essays, 1988
3:C Tomoe Tana: Correspondence, 1987-1988
3:D Tomoe Tana: Articles, 1987
3:E Tomoe Tana: Tanka, undated
3:F Poetry, 1987
Series XXXVII: Janice Mirikitani, 1983
3 Janice Mirikitani, 1983
Series XXXVIII: Asian American Theatre, 1979-1995
3:A Synopsis: Warrior Sisters, 1995
3:B Synopsis: Journey Beyond the West, 1990-1991
3:C Photographs, 1980-1981
3:D Life in the Fast Lane, 1984
3:E Articles, 1981
3:F Articles and Notes, 1979-1982
3:G Performance Programs, undated
3:H Performance Programs: Yellow Fever, 1982
3:I Script: “A Chinaman's Chance,” by Fred Ho, 1989
3:J Japanese Traditional Dances, undated
3:K Performance Programs: La Mama, 1998
3:L Once Upon a Time in a Chinese America..Martial Arts, 1999
Series XXXIX: And the Soul Shall Dance, 1975-1979
3:A Articles and Reviews, 1975-1979
3:B Script, 1979
Series XL: Monkey King Ballet, 1987-1990
3:A Articles and Posters, 1990
3:B Performance Programs, undated
3:C Photographs, 1987
3 Series XLI: Chinaman's Chance Press, 1987-1989
Information, 1987-1989
Series XLII: Fred Ho Scores, undated, 1976-1983
3A:A “Warrior or Sister” Sheet Music & Notes
3:A “Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win!”, undated
3:B “Blues to the Freedom Fighters”, 1976
3:C “GANBARO! A Tribute to the Japanese American Struggles”, 1983
3:D “Survivors / For My Father”, undated
3:E “Bound Feet”, undated
3:F “Profits Enslave the World”, undated
3:G “Uproar in Heaven” from “Journey Beyond the West: The New Adventures of the Monkey King (Where no white man has gone before!)”, undated
3:H “Happiness in the Peach Garden” excerpt from “The Monkey Suite”, undated
3:I Act 3: “Monkey Meets the Spider Spirit Vampires”, undated
3:J “Turning the Cheek Only Gets You Two Sore Cheeks!”, undated
3:K “Contradiction, Please! The Revenge of Charlie Chan”, undated
(items G-K originals are on display in the AASI)
Series XLIII: Fred Ho Biographical Information, undated, 1996
3:A Career Summaries, undated
3:B Papers Written About Fred Ho
Fred Ho and the Development of an Afro-Asian American Music, undated
3:C Shock the Monkey - Art and Activism of Fred Ho, 1996
Series XLIV: Career Summaries, undated
3:D Amiri Baraka (Le Roi Jones), undated
3:E Sin-yan Shen, undated
3:F Esther Iverem, undated
3:G Photographs, undated
Series XLV: Books, Videos, Recordings, 1982-1997
Albums
4A Fred Houn and the Asian American Art Ensemble, “Bamboo That Snaps Back,”, 1985.
Fred Houn, featuring the Asian American Art Ensemble and Kulintang Arts, “A Song for Manong,”, 1988.
Fred Houn and the Afro-Asian Music Ensemble, “Tomorrow is Now!”, 1985.
Fred Houn and the Afro-Asian Music Ensemble, “We Refuse To Be Used and Abused,”, 1988.
Wineke, F. “Rage On.”, 1984
4B Books
Ho, FredWei-Han and Ron Sakolsky, eds. Sounding Off! Music as Subversion Resistance / Revolution. Brooklyn, NY: Autonomedia and Contributors,, 1995.
Ho, Fred and Ruth Margraff. Night Vision a first and third world vampire opera. Brooklyn, NY. Big Media Records,, 2000.
Videos
Fred Ho's Afro-Asian Ballet, “Monkey Meets the Spider Spirits” and “White Wash”,
“A Chinaman's Chance: A New American Opera,” by Fred Ho, Brooklyn Academy of Music, April 9, 1989,
“A Chinaman's Chance,” Promo Concert Version, November 1987, San Francisco,
Art Ensemble Performance, November 20, 1982 at Studio 2,
World of Jazz, August 1986, Wesleyan University,
Shajiabang: Spark Amid the Reeds. Part I Scene 1-7. Directed by Dr. E. Wichmann (R. Kevin's Cast) Copyright 1994,
City Arts: Monkey at Guggenheim,
Rodgers and Hammerstein's “Flower Drum Song.”,
Fred Ho, “Community Reception.”, August 19, 199
Fred Ho, “Phillip Bither Interview.”, August 28, 1999
Fred, Ho, “Art and the Revolution Struggle.”, August 24, 1999
Fred, Ho, “Minnesota Public TV.”, August 25, 1999
CDs
Vijay Iver, “Memorophilia,”, 1995.
Dean Laabs and Jeff Song, “Invisible Maniac,”, 1994.
Jeff Song and Matt Turner, “Love & Fear,”, 1992.
virtual fleality, “red flea,”, 1996.
Jeff Song and Lowbrow, “Rules of Engagement,”, 1996.
Coltrane, John. “Dear Lord, Mew-Levino Duo,”, 1999.
Broken Speak, “I was born with two tounges,”, 1999.
Balaz, Joe, “Electric Laulau,”, 1998.
Cassettes
Long 2, “People of Color,” and “Here and Now,”, 1990.
Vijay Iver, architextures,”, 1996.
Interview with Fred Ho, WBAI Radio,, January 28, 1997
Fists of Fury.,
Kihakuno Vibrations.,
Making Contact; cash and culture., October 15, 1999.
WNYE FM Prime Time with P.J. Show Seven Version 1.,
Jon Jang, Fred Ho,
Afro American Music Ensemble., July 31, 1982
5 Promotional materials, 1975-1977
6 Names of Records Artists
“Eight Warriors” of special collection of Artist Yusuyan Yusuyan Bluofusan,
“Sacrifice Xuzhou City”,
“Twice in Jail”,
Special Collection of Artist Yusuyan Including:,
“Assemble to Pick Tassels”,
“Conquer City Fan”,
“The Fate of the Fishmen”,
“The White Arch”/“General Yangzongbao” Style of Ye,
“Red Plum House”,
“Three Mothers' Teaching Sons” Mr. Mei Lan Fang,
“The Adventure of Spring and Autumn” Style of Huang,
“The Adventure of Fancy House”,
“Angle the Golden Tortoise” Style of Lee,
“Lady XI SI”/“Wenzao Pass” Mr. Mei Lan Fang,
“The Magic Lotus Lamp”,
“An Emerald Hairclasp”,
“The Biograph of Hong Fu”,
“The Grave for a Couple”,
“The Drunken Concubine” Mr. Mei Lan Fang,
“Clap Hands for the Third Time” Mr. Cheng Xian Qiu,
“The Third Lady in Your Family” Style of Xun,
“Losing the Fort” Yu Su Yan,
“Yuchang Sword,
“Empty City”,
“Monument to Lee,
“Story of Black Pot”,
“Famen Temple”,
“Yellow Crane Pavillian”,
“To Conquer City of Yeng Yang”,
“Go to the Heaven”,
“Searching in the Mountain”,
“The Adventure of Spring -N- Autumn” Style of Zhang,
“A Precious Pearl” Guan Xaohua,
(from “The Fate of the Fishmen”)
“Red Scar” Tan Cheng Er,
“Red Scar” Tan Cheng Er,
“New “Yu Tang Chun” Style of Zhang,
“New “Yu Tang Chun” Style of Zhang,
“New “Yu Tang Chun” Style of Zhang,
“The Hill Wujia” Style of Ma,
“Generals from Family Yang” Yang Baoseng,
“Generals from Family Yang” Yang Baoseng,
“Black Dragon House”,
“Suwu's Tending Sheep”,
“Judge Bao sentence Lu Qi Lang to Death”,
“Mountain Ding Jiang” Style of Yuan,
“The Hill Wujia” Style of Ma,
“Lady XISI” Mr. Mei Lan Fang,
“Village Muke”,
“Meet in Coincidence”,
“Dragon Plays with Phoenix”,
“Releasing Chao” Yu Su Yan,
“Selling Horse and giving Performance of Sword Play”,
“The Fourth Son Visiting his Mother”,
“Making an Exchange at Place of Executation”,
“Three Candidates for Higher Education” Style of Lee,
“The Story of General Yu and his Mother”,
“Put Five Dragons into Cages” Style of Lee,
“In the Stockaded Village”,
“Hatred of Butcher Zao”,
“Stealing a Horse”,
“Tears of Remote Mountain” Mr. Cheng Xian Qiu,
“Ten Orders” Styles of Ma & Dan,
“Ten Orders” Styles of Ma & Dan,
“Cry in Front of Ancestral Grave” Style of Sun,
“Murder Against Tang” Styles of Chen & Lei & Xiao,
“Murder Against Tang” Styles of Chen & Lei & Xiao,
“Murder Against Tang” Styles of Chen & Lei & Xiao,
“Wenzao Pass” (II),
“DaBao Kingdom”,
“Hong Yang Cave”,
“A Deep Night”,
“Empty City” (II),
“Butting Against a Stele”,
“Scolding Officer Chao”,
Piano Concerto (Yellow River) Conductor: Lee De Lun,
7 Announcements, Flyers, Brochures, 1998-1999
Nation of Islam, 1975
Speech—“Mao, the Black Panthers and the Third World Strike”, 1999
Afro Asian Music Ensemble, undated
Press Articles, undated
Black Panther Ballet Suite, 1998
Announcements, Flyers and Brochures, 1998
Announcements, Flyers and Brochures, 1997
Yakota, Ryan, 1994
People's Conference against Imperialist Globalization, 1997
Warrior Sisters (Score), undated
Happiness in the Peace Garden (Score), undated
Monkeys Origin (Score), undated
“Asian American Composers: Jason Hwang and Fred Ho”, 1997
Announcements, Flyers and Brochures, 1997
Chinese American Intercollegiate Conference, 1998
“Revolutionary Monkey Business”, 1991
“Finding Affinity: Asian American Women...”, undated
Speech, undated
Asian American Left Forum, undated
Korea Society, 1998
Correspondence, 1997-1999
Photographs, 1997
Ho, Fred Prize, 1999
CDs
China Exchange
Warrior Sisters
Fred Ho and the Monkey Orchestra
Fred Ho and the Afro Asian Ensemble
Monkey: Part One
Fred Ho and the Afro Asian Music Ensemble (Turn Pain Into Power)
VHS
Fred Ho on Kai's Odyssey 1999
Oversize
Poster
Sheroes 1999 Calendar
Periodicals
Gidra
8 v.1:no.1-v.1:no.5 (1969:April-1969:August)
v.1:no.7-v.1:no.9 (1969:Oct.-1969:Dec.)
v.2:no.1-v.2:no.10 (1970:Jan.-1970:Nov.)
v.3:no.1-v.3:no.6 (1971:Jan.-1971:July)
9 v.3:no.9-v.3:no.11 (1971:Sept.-1971:Nov.)
v.4:no.3 (1972:Mar.)
v.4:no.5-v.4:no.6 (1972:May-1972:June)
v.4:no.9-v.4:no.10 (1972:Sept.-1972:Oct.)
v.5:no.1-[v.5:no.4] (1973:Jan.-1973:April)
v.5:no.6-v.5:no.12 (1973:June-1973:Dec.)
v.6:no.1-v.6:no.2 (1974:Jan.-1974:Feb.)
v.6:no.4 (1974:April)
v.20 n.? 1990
v.1n.1 Spring 1999
Unity
10 v.1:no.1-v.2:no.16 (1978:Sept.-1979:Aug.)
v.2:no.19-v.2:no.24 (1979:Sept.-1979:Dec.)
11 v.3:no.2-v.3:no.9 (1980:Jan.-1980:May)
v.3:no.11-v.3:no.23 (1980:May/June-1980:Dec.)
v.4:no.1-v.4:no.8 (1981:Jan-1981:April/May)
12 v.4:no.8-v.4:no.19 (1981:May-1981:Dec.)
v.5:no.1-v.5:no.19 (1982:Jan.-1982:Dec.)
13 v.6:no.1-v.6:no.12 (1983:Jan.-1983:Aug./Sept.)
v.6:no.14-v.6:no.17 (1983:Sept./Oct.-1983:Nov.)
v.6:no.19 (1983:Dec./1984:Jan.)
v.7:no.1-v.7:no.10 (1984:Jan.-1984:June/July)
v.7:no.12-v.7:no.13 (1984:Aug./Sept.-1984:Sept./Oct.)
14 Asian Week v.20:no.11 (1998:Nov.)
Forward motion supplement 1 (1955)
Getting together v.4:no.5-v.4:no.6 ((1973:Mar.-1973:Mar.)
Nikkei (1980:Aug.)
LTPRO news v.1:no.1 (1977:Aug.)
1 misc. issue in Chinese
1 misc. pamphlet, untitled
Lavoz de Berkeley v.9n.1 Spring 1999
Hardboiled v.2n. 4 April 1999
15 Bridge
v.1:no.3 (1971:Nov./Dec.)
v.1:no.6 (1972:July/Aug.)
v.2:no.1-v.2:no.3 (1972:Sept./Oct.-1973:Feb.)
v.7:no.3 (!980:Spr./Sum.)
v.8:no.2 (1982/1983:Wint.)
v.9:no.2 (1984)
Bamboo Girl
v.1 - v.4, v. 5 (undated)
16 A. magazine 1997:Feb.-Mar. 1998:Feb.-Mar. (2 c.)
AABANY memo v.8:no.1 (1998:May)
Arts spectrum 25th anniversary issue 1973-1998
Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival [program] 16th-17th 1996-1997
Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies [newsletter] 1998:Spring
Chinese Progressive Association 10th Anniversary Celebration [program] 2.c.
Crosscurrents v.20:no.2 (1997:Fall/Wint.)
Downbeat 1998:Mar.
Earshot jazz v.14:no.10 (1998:Oct.)
East Coast Asian American Scholars Conference proceedings 1986:Oct.
East Coast Asian Student Union 20th Anniversary Conference [program] 1998:Feb.
East wind 1989 v.7:no.1 (1989:Spr./Sum.) 2.c
I.W.K. journal no.1-no.3 (1974:Aug.-1976:Jan.)
Jericho movement 1998:Nov.
NAPALC review v.4:no.1 (1998:Spr.)
Newsweek v.80:no.24 (1997:Dec.) 2.c.
Rice 1988:Oct.
San Francisco examiner magazine 1998:Oct.
Shades of power v.1:no.1 (1998:Spr.)
Sounding board 1998:June
Unity monthly 1980:Jan., 1980:Nov.-1981:Jan., 1981:June
Unity monthly “Chinese side” 5 issues
World is yours no. 4 (1996:Dec.)
Metamorphosis v.1n.1 Spring 1999
The Onyx March 1999
Rethinking Schools v.13 n. 3 Spring 1999
Asian Outlook v.11 n.1 November 1999
Pacificties v.22 n.2 Winter 1999
17 Legacy to Liberty; Manuscript
Additions
18 “Once Upon A Time” Photographs 1999
“Once Upon A Time” Drafts, Scripts, Press Releases 1999-2003
“Once Upon A Time” Responses from high-schoolers 2003
“Once Upon A Time” Costume Maintenance 2001
“Once Upon A Time” Seattle 2001
“Once Upon A Time” Boston 2001
“Once Upon A Time” Guggenheim 2000
“Once Upon A Time” New Jersey 1999
“Once Upon A Time” Playbills & Ads 2003 (5 folders)
“Warrior Sisters” Calling Script 2000
“Warrior Sisters” Props, Costumes, Press 2000
“Warrior Sisters” @ the Kitchen 2000
“Black Panther Suite” Development 1995-1999
“Black Panther Suite” Budget 1998-1999
“Black Panther Suite” Publicity 1999
“Black Panther Suite” Research w/ photos 1966-1999 (3 folders)
National Question, 1992 1991-1993
Papers by Others 1999-2003
Mumia Abu-Jamal Material 1999-2002
Susan Rosenberg Material 1999-2001
Chicago ABC Zine Artwork of Todd Hyung-Rae Tarselli 2002
Chicago ABC Zine 2002
Somebody blew up America, by Amiri Barker 2001
It's About Time 2000-2003
For A Better World 2001-2002
19 Correspondence, Personal w/ photos 1998-2002 (2 folders)
Correspondence, Professional 1989-2002
Correspondence & Drawings of Todd (Hyung-Rae) Tarselli 1999-2002
Kerness, Bonnie, Articles on Prison system 1997-2000
Recognition & Recommendations 1988-2002
Interviews of Ho 1994-2002
Short Statements 1993-1998
Poetry 1984-1991
Calvin Massey Research, Articles, Tribute 1984-1990
Bill Cole Research & Article 2000-2002
Drafts 1972-2001 (3 folders)
Published Articles 1982-2002
Residency Schedules 2001-2002
Publicity Materials 1999-2002 (3 folders)
Press Clippings on Ho 1990-2002
Sheroes Calendar Research 1986-2002
Communist Party Draft w/ Ho's comments 2001
Article Clippings undated
E-mail News Articles 2000-2002 (2 folders)
20 Fliers 1999-2002
Pamphlets 1999-2002 (2 folders)
Magazines 1999-2002
Rescue the Word, Chapbook by Marylin Buck 2001
Monsoon, Journal of Asian American Art & Writing 2002
Back to the Blanket, Cherokee/Native American Journal 2001-2002
Civitella Ranieri 2001
Phonics text? undated
Class papers on crime among girls undated
Tierra y Libertad: Land and Liberty, bilingual play undated
Newspapers undated (3 folders)
Additions—Special Format
Cassettes
WKCR Interview w/ Fred Ho re: Monkey 10/96
Bill Cole Interview 2/22/02
CDs
Radical Radio w/ Fred Ho 3/30/01 (2 discs)
Hardknock Radio presents Mumia Abu-Jamal 2001
Gravity and Chaos, Interview w/ Fred Ho 2/02
Avir (Mitra) 2001
Song, Newton & Bynum, Trio Ex Nihilo 2000
Isangmahal arts kollective: omo alagba & all one tribe 2000
Isangmahal arts kollective: muling pagkabuhay ng kaluluwa 1998
VHS
Welcome to DV Republic, MNN show, Interview w/ Fred Ho 1/14/03
Television Spot of Fred Ho—Tempe 9/28/01
Passage of Oracles: danscape by Peggy Myo-Young Choy 2/17/01
Battle for the Shaolin Temple, Seattle Internat. Children's Festival undated
Warrior Sisters ASU, Maliha Shah closer version undated
Warrior Sisters Kitchen 2000
Once Upon a Time...Bronx TV 2/13/97
Once Upon a Time...John Harms Center for the Arts 6/20/99 (3 copies)
Once Upon a Time...Guggenheim, Works & Process 12/13/99
Once Upon a Time...Guggenheim, Children Audience 12/13/99
Once Upon a Time...Guggenheim, Dub Dec E 9/29/00
Once Upon a Time...Seattle Children's Festival (close ups) 5/01
Once Upon a Time...Seattle Children's Festival (second camera) 5/01
Once Upon a Time...Blackman Hall, Boston 8/18/01