Jeff Barrus oral history interview, January 2, 2020
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Barrus, Jeff; Davis, John, 1976-
An oral history interview with Jeff Barrus, co-editor of the indie/punk fanzine Restaurant Fuel, which published in the late 1990s. The interview was conducted by archivist John Davis on January 2, 2020 at the University of Maryland's Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library in College Park, Maryland. The interview is part of a zine creators oral history series from the D.C. punk and indie fanzine collection at the University of Maryland's Special Collections in Performing Arts.
University of Maryland at College Park. Libraries
Oral histories.; Punk rock music--Washington (D.C.); Punk rock musicians--Washington (D.C.); Zines--United States.; Punk culture--Washington (D.C.); Indie pop music.
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A finding aid for the D.C. punk and indie fanzine collection is available in our archival collections: D.C. punk and indie fanzine collection; series 6: Oral history interviews Accession number: 2020-0053-DCPIFC
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