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Sandra Maria Esteves Papers

 Unprocessed Material — Folder: 1
Identifier: 1992-009

Content Description

Award winning poet, visual artist, and founding member of the Nuyorican poetry movement. Of mixed Puerto Rican and Dominican descent she became the first Nuyorican woman to publish a volume of poetry in the United States. Collection measures 0.05 cubic feet and spans the years 1973-1977. It includes poems and short stories. Among the works are: "The Collected Musing Cantations and Poems of A Rican Astro Ledger (1977), New Ricans Libre (1979) and untitled poem (1978)

Acquisition Type


Language of Description


Script of Description


Restrictions Apply



  • 1973-1977



0.05 Cubic Feet

Language of Materials


Spanish; Castilian

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