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Scope and Contents: The Anne Seidlitz Collection on Hampton Hawes dates from circa 1953 to 2008 and consists largely of personal papers and other items related to the jazz pianist Hampton Hawes collected by Anne Seidlitz. These materials include both published and unpublished materials, most of which are photocopies of original documents. The collection documents Hawes's life and career, including his time in prison and successful application for Presidential clemency. Additional materials in the collection...
Scope and Contents: This collection contains forty color photographs of performances taken by Bill Epps at the 1986 Saratoga Jazz Festival sponsored by JVC. Photograph subjects include Miles Davis, B.B. King, Mel Torme, Stan Getz, Jimmy Heath, Gerry Mulligan, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, David Sanborn, Al Foster, Al Di Meola, Hiram Bullock, Bob Berg, Lew Tabackin, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Frank Wess, Out of the Blue, Natalie Cole, Michael Franks, Mark Egan, and Azymuth. The collection also includes...
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This collection contains thirty-three audiocassettes of interviews with various musicians including Gerry Mulligan, Johnny Mandel, Joe Henderson, Lee Konitz, and Joe Lipman.
Scope and Contents: This collection represents a sample of Bob Inman's scrapbooks, which were featured in the book Swing Era Scrapbook: The Teenage Diaries and Radio Logs of Bob Inman, 1936-1938, published by the Institute of Jazz Studies and Scarecrow Press in 2006. The collection contains press photographs of big band leaders, singers, and orchestras from the 1930s. There are original and reproduction images of artists including Red Nichols, Vinnie Knight, Mal Hallett, Jimmy...
Scope and Contents: The Bob Porter collection includes business records for recording labels, including Atlantic Records. There are published and unpublished liner notes and record reviews. Also included are audio interviews with Herbie Hancock, Sonny Rollins, and other musicians. The collection comprises recording industry ephemera, concert programs, funeral programs, and published obituaries. The collection also includes 128 audiocassettes, six compact discs, two 5 inch audiotape reels, and thirty-six 7 inch...
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This collection contains photographs, personal papers, and memorabilia documenting Gowans's life. The collection also includes playbills, newspaper clippings, and music sketches.
Scope and Contents: The Count Basie family papers and artifacts comprise the extant papers and personal belongings of the Basie family, including Catherine, Diane, and Count Basie. The collection contains personal papers, music, photographic prints and negatives, business records, artwork, and audio and moving image recordings, as well as artifacts. The majority of items in the collection are from the 20th century, particularly the time period between the mid-1950s to the early 1980s.Most...
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...
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This collection contains candid, performance, and professional photographs of European musicians. Some of the photographers, as well as many of the artists, have been identified.