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image: GRONK - UN-SECRECT @ Fullerton College

UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center 

Gronk’s sketches on display
In 2007 Gronk donated his personal archive of papers, photos, and ephemera to the CSRC Library. Among these items is a vast collection of casual sketches made on paper napkins. Through the month of February, see a selection of the sketches in our new vitrine gallery space outside the library. Gronk’s documentary film No Movie: A Journey through the Archives of a Man Named Gronk (2005), distributed by the CSRC, is playing in the same display case.

image: GRONK - UN-SECRECT @ Fullerton College


UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center

Gronk’s sketches on display
In 2007 Gronk donated his personal archive of papers, photos, and ephemera to the CSRC Library. Among these items is a vast collection of casual sketches made on paper napkins. Through the month of February, see a selection of the sketches in our new vitrine gallery space outside the library. Gronk’s documentary film No Movie: A Journey through the Archives of a Man Named Gronk (2005), distributed by the CSRC, is playing in the same display case.

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