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Emile Waagenaar Photoprints of Cajun Musicians : digital prints, 1980-2008

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Photographer:
Waagenaar, Emile
Physical description:
Ink on paper, digital prints
0.5 cu. ft. : 64 items
Culture:
Cajuns
Type:
Digital images
Collection descriptions
Photographs
Inkjet prints
Place:
Louisiana
Date:
1980
1980-2008
21st century
20th century
Notes:
Emile Waagenaar is a Dutch photographer and enthusiast of Cajun music, who has made numerous trips to Louisiana over a twenty-year period to photograph and interview Cajun musicians.
Summary:
Environmental portraits of Cajun musicians, often taken in their homes, usually show them with their instruments, typically accordions, violins, and guitars. Exterior images sometimes include automobiles. Printed on Hahnemule Fine Art Inkjet Paper.
Cite as:
Emile Waagenaar Photoprints of Cajun Musicians, Archives Center, National Museum of American History. Gift of the artist
Topic:
Violin
Accordion
Dwellings
Guitars
Musicians
Cajun music
Automobiles
Local number:
2009.3015 (NMAH Acc.)
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Archives Center - NMAH
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