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Kay Council


A Guide to the Kay Council Papers
1987 - 1989
Collection 043

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Descriptive Summary

Creator:    Council, Kay
Title:    Kay Council Papers
Dates:    1987 - 1989
Identification:    Collection 043
Extent:    4 folders (.20 linear feet)
Language:    English
Repository:    Southwestern Writers Collection, Wittliff Collections, Alkek Library, Texas State University-San Marcos

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
Journalist and folk arts researcher Kay Council earned her Masters in American Civilization/Folklore from the University of Texas at Austin in 1978. She currently resides in Corpus Christi, Texas.

SCOPE AND CONTENTS
This collection is comprised of a typescript, an interview, photographs, and correspondence related to Council’s unpublished project, “Curanderas: Texas-Mexican Visionaries: Folklore Interviews with Faith Healers and Intuitive Women”. Dates range from 1987-1989.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: Open for Research. Note: No part of this material may be duplicated without the written permission of Ms. Council.
Preferred Citation: Kay Council Papers, Southwestern Writers Collection, Texas State University-San Marcos
Acquisition Information: Donated by Kay Council, 1989.
Processing Information: Processed by:  Amanda Oates, 1999. Finding aid revised by Alan Schaefer, 2010
Notes to Researchers: No part of this material may be duplicated without the written permission of Ms. Council.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Box    Folder

1    1    Typescript                  
1    2    Interview with Curandera Diana  (videocassette)               
1    3    Photographs                                       
1    4    Correspondence