Stuart Hutchison Collection Edit

Summary

Identifier
11 MWalB02736

Dates

  • Estimated dates: 1984-1991 (Creation)

Extents

  • 4 Linear Feet (Whole)

Notes

  • General

    This collection is currently being processed and partially digitized. Please cotact the archives for more information.

  • Biographical / Historical

    Stuart Hutchison, or “Hutch” as he was called by friends, was born in Princeton, New Jersey to a middle-class family, and was a second generation Jewish-American. He became involved in leftist politics and radical movements of the 60s, especially the anti-Vietnam War movement, where he first encountered and befriended Abbie Hoffman. He worked as a radio broadcaster, and had small roles in television, film, and the stage; he also wrote plays. He later moved to Vermont and became a founding member of the Total Loss Farm and collective living community. Hutch died in 2012.

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