- April 21, 2005 (Creation)
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0.7 cm of textual records. - 1 photograph ; col. : 10 x 15 cm. - 1 computer disk. - 1 audio cassette (ca. 1hr., 30mins).
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File consists of an interview with Ron van den Bosch interviewed by Peter Naus in The Netherlands; van den Bosch lives in The Netherlands. The interview is transcribed and available electronically or in hard copy. All the transcriptions and recordings are in Dutch. Brief English notes from the interviewer are in the file. They include: "Ron is a long-time friend of Henri and he provided photographs for three of Henri's earlier books. He is a painter. I met Ron in the early seventies, but had not had any contact with him since then. He gave an articulate account of his relationship with Henri and he spoke with much affection about him. He needed a little prompting. He made little reference to Henri's sexuality. Instead, he places much emphasis on his gratitude for Henri's friendship and on the fun they had together." The pictures discussed in the interview are available on cdrom at the archives.
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The photograph and audio cassettes have been removed from the file and rehoused in photographs box 7 and audio cassettes box 10. Reference copies of the audio cassettes are available (located with originals).
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- Bosch, Ron P. van den (Subject)
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Added by T Wong, 30 October 2018