Collection Title: Steve Oliva Collection, circa 2000-2015
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||Steve Oliva grew up in Asheville, N.C., and Cape May, N.J. He studied English at the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and graduated in 2007. He works as a designer,
illustrator, printmaker, and musician in Durham, N.C. The collection contains rock and roll posters designed and silk-screened by Steve
Oliva. Posters for rock shows by bands include: Spider Bags, Lambchop, The Old Ceremony,
Bombadil, Pipe, The Love Language, and Flesh Wounds. Acquired as part of the Southern
||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Folklife Collection.
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- [Identification of item], in the Steve Oliva Collection #20506, Southern Folklife
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- Acquisitions Information
- Received from Steve Oliva in April 2015 (Acc. 102193).
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