Richard Kraft

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A conversation about the artist Jess and poet Robert Duncan who were the center of an underground art scene in San Francisco.

Robert Duncan and Jess

A conversation about the artist Jess and poet Robert Duncan who were the center of an underground art scene in San Francisco.

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