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Institute of Jazz Studies 186
New Brunswick Special Collections 51
Rutgers University Archives 21
Rutgers University-Newark Archives 4
 
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Notated music 18
Arrangements (music) 17
Photographs 12
Scrapbooks 6
Artists 5
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Women Artists 5
Art, American – 20th Century 4
Artists - United States 4
Jazz -- Scores 4
Manuscripts 4
Printmakers 4
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Authors 3
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Music critics 3
Rutgers College -- Students 3
Women Illustrators 3
Women Printmakers 3
audiocassettes 3
photographs 3
Artists' Books - United States 2
Fine Printing 2
Jazz musicians -- Interviews 2
Jazz musicians -- Photographs 2
Printing 2
Private Press Books 2
Private Presses 2
Rutgers University—History 2
Sheet music 2
World War, 1939-1945. 2
Abuse 1
African American Women 1
Agricultural fertilizers 1
Alfred University -- Department of Physics 1
American Artists’ Congress 1
American Association of Physics Teachers 1
American Association of University Professors 1
American Physical Society 1
American Physics Teacher 1
Animals 1
Architecture, American 1
Architecture, European 1
Architecture, Georgian 1
Architecture, Gothic 1
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Art 1
Art - Study and Teaching 1
Art and Mythology 1
Art, Modern - 20th Century 1
Artists - Massachusetts 1
Artists as Teachers 1
Artists' Books - New Jersey 1
Artists' Preparatory Studies 1
Artists’ Union 1
Asbury Park (N.J.) 1
Asian Women 1
Astronomy 1
Atlantic City (N.J.) 1
Autobiography 1
Ball-force Registers 1
Baltimore (M.D.) 1
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Book Artists 1
Calligraphy 1
Capitalism 1
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Chapbooks 1
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Chapbooks, English 1
Chapbooks, German 1
Chapbooks, Irish 1
Chapbooks, Mexican 1
Chapbooks, Scottish 1
Chapels 1
Chilean nitrate 1
Clergy -- United States 1
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 1
College Farm (New Brunswick, NJ) -- Finances 1
College Farm (New Brunswick, NJ) -- History 1
College publications. 1
Comic 1
Communist Party of America 1
Composers 1
Concert programs 1
Confessional/Diary 1
Duke Ellington Society 1
Eatontown (N.J.) 1
Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974 1
Engraving 1
Engraving, American 1
Fandom 1
Feminism 1
Fertility Cults in Art 1
Fiberwork 1
First Wave 1
Foreign relations 1
Fort Monmouth (N.J.) 1
Fourth Wave 1
Fourth of July orations 1
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Names
Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974 4
Basie, Count, 1904-1984 3
Goodman, Benny, 1909-1986 3
Raeburn, Boyd, 1913-1966 3
Rich, Buddy, 1917-1987 3
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Williams, Mary Lou, 1910-1981 3
Armstrong, Louis, 1901-1971 2
Duke Ellington Society 2
Duvivier, George, 1920-1985 2
Duvivier, Ismay, 1903-2004 2
Getz, Stan, 1927-1991 2
Granz, Norman, 1918-2001 2
Hancock, Herbie, 1940- 2
Handy, George 2
Mandel, Johnny 2
Miller , Lynn F. 2
Monk, Thelonious 2
Mulligan, Gerry 2
Newport Jazz Festival 2
Parker, Charlie, 1920-1955 2
Reig, Teddy, 1918-1984 2
Russell, Pee Wee 2
Spivey, Victoria 2
Starr Piano Company. Gennett Record Division 2
Teagarden, Jack, 1905-1964 2
WBGO (Radio station: Newark, N.J.) 2
Wilder, Joe 2
Williams, Joe, 1918-1999 2
Ahola, Sylvester, 1902-1995 1
Akiyoshi, Toshiko, 1929- 1
Alexander, Willard, 1908-1984 1
All Stars (Musical group : Louis Armstrong) 1
American Federation of Musicians.. Local 802 1
American Friends Service Committee 1
American Jazz Orchestra 1
American Popular Song Society. Formerly New York Sheet Music Society (1980-present) 1
Ashbrand, Eleanor 1
Ashen, Kenneth 1
Balliett, Whitney 1
Banks, Steve 1
Barnet, Charlie 1
Barron, Bill, 1927-1989 1
Becker, Alan 1
Beiderbecke, Bix, 1903-1931 1
Bell, Judy 1
Bellson, Louie, 1924-2009 1
Benford, Tommy, 1905-1994 1
Bennett, Tony, 1926- 1
Berger, Morroe 1
Berke, George B. 1
Berton, Ralph 1
Bigard, Barney 1
Blacker, George A. 1
Blake, Ran 1
Blumenfeld, Aaron 1
Bowman, Chris 1
Bown, Patti 1
Brooks, Michael, (Jazz musician) 1
Broonzy, Big Bill, 1893-1958 1
Bushell, Garvin, 1902-1991 1
Byas, Don 1
Byers, Billy, 1927-1996 1
Byrczek, Jan A. 1
Byrne, Bill 1
Carmichael, Hoagy, 1899-1981 1
Carter, Benny, 1907-2003 1
Cary, Dick, 1916-1994 1
Charles, Martha 1
Charlie Barnet Orchestra 1
Charlie Parker Festival (1992-) 1
Clark, Rocky 1
Clayton, John, 1952- 1
Cleland, Bill 1
Clinton, Larry, 1909-1985 1
Cole, Natalie, 1950-2015 1
Coleman, Cy 1
Coleman, Ornette 1
Collective Black Artists 1
Coltrane, John, 1926-1967 1
Connor, D. Russell 1
Crawford, Ken 1
Davis, Miles 1
Davison, Wild Bill, 1906-1989 1
Di Meola, Al, 1954- 1
Dick Cary's Tuesday Night Friends (Musical group) 1
Dobie, Wilma 1
Dodds, Baby, 1898-1959 1
Dodge, Roger Pryor 1
Donaldson, Lyman Butler, "Don", Jr. 1
Eaton, Lewis 1
Ellis, Don 1
Epps, Bill 1
Erff, Barbara 1
Erff, George 1
Ervin, Yvonne 1
Evans, Gil, 1912-1988 1
Expo (International Exhibitions Bureau) (Location of meeting: Montréal, Québec). Date of meeting or treaty signing: (1967 :.) 1
Ezrin, Sydney 1
Farberman, Hymie 1
Feinstein, Michael 1
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Language
Undetermined 45
Spanish; Castilian 2
French 1
German 1
Portuguese 1
 
 Collection
Identifier: R-MC-079

Abstract:

A longtime resident of New Brunswick, N.J., Elizabeth Wyckoff Durham was a member of the first class to attend the New Jersey College for Women in Rutgers University, graduating in 1922. She devoted the remainder of her professional life serving the alumni of Rutgers, including a long tenure as editor of the Rutgers Alumni Monthly. Her papers span the years 1867 to 2003 and document her life as well as that of her family.

 Collection
Identifier: IJS-0104

Abstract:

The Ella Fitzgerald music, papers, audio recordings, and artifacts collection is primarily comprised of more than 1,000 song titles of printed sheet music that the singer either recorded, performed, or read during the course of her career. Jazz is the genre most documented, but significant amounts of popular music from the 1940s through the 1980s are also present.

 Collection
Identifier: IJS-0188

Scope and Contents:

This collection contains materials related to the life and music of Elmer Snowden. It includes press clippings, personal and professional correspondence, memorabilia, and ephemera. This collection contains twenty-five open reel tapes, Snowden’s top hat, and materials related to Chris Albertson.

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1485

Abstract: Documents primarily her founding and editorship of the Woman's Art Journal. Includes editorial correspondence with authors, articles, photocopies of 19th century books regarding English female artists and American women artists, awards and honors documentation, and Women in Art material. Contains catalogs, letters to artists, authors, and collectors, public relations material, reviews, videotapes, and photographs from the American Women...
 Collection
Identifier: IJS-0185

Scope and Contents: The collection contains sound recordings of interviews conducted by the authors, Wayne Enstice, Paul Rubin, and Janis Stockhouse, for the development of the books Jazzwomen: Conversations With Twenty-One Musicians (Enstice and Stockhouse, 2004), and Jazz Spoken Here (Enstice and Rubin, 1994). The collection also features recordings from the radio show "Just Jazz" from KUAT-FM, Tucson, AZ. The...
 Collection
Identifier: IJS-0156

Scope and Contents: This collection contains materials related to Peter O’Brien’s personal life, professional involvement with Mary Lou Williams and The Mary Lou Williams Foundation, and life as a Catholic priest. It contains fifty cassette tapes, seven VHS tapes, and one digital audio tape. The collection contains personal papers, correspondence, photographs, a scrapbook, postcards, memorabilia, and daily planners. The professional papers include correspondence, receipts, and programs related to O’Brien’s...
 Collection
Identifier: IJS-0259

Scope and Contents: This collection includes interviews, correspondence, and recorded performances related to the life and career of clarinetist Perry Robinson. The collection materials formed the basis of research for Robinson's autobiography The Traveler, co-written by Florence Wetzel. The collection contains fifty-four cassette recordings of interviews conducted by Florence Wetzel between February 16, 1997 and December 27, 2001. The interview subjects include Perry Robinson,...
 Collection
Identifier: GA 13

Abstract:

This collection contains examples of the artistic and professional output, as well as the papers, of Frances Manola, an artist who worked as a calligrapher and bookbinder in New York and New Jersey from the early 1960s to 2009.

 Collection
Identifier: IJS-0284

Scope and Contents:

This collection contains correspondence between Hannaford and two other jazz collectors during World War II. The collection also includes some discography information and newspaper clippings.