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Identifier: IJS-0283

Scope and Contents:

This collection contains approximately twenty oversized photographic prints of Ornette Coleman, Dave Brubeck, Roy Haynes, and Keith Jarrett in their home studios. There are also portraits and candid photographs taken at various New York City venues of Wess Anderson, Tony Bennett, Ornette Coleman, Roy Haynes, Roy Hargrove, Keith Jarrett, Elvin Jones, B.B. King, Wynton Marsalis, Paul, Motian, David Murray, Sonny Rollins, Archie Shepp, Lonnie Smith, and Cassandra Wilson.

Identifier: IJS-0324

Scope and Contents:

This collection contains forty-six black-and-white 5x7 prints taken by Wilder in the 1960s and 1970s. The photographs include many candid shots of musicians including Duke Ellington on stage, Louis Armstrong recording a commercial, the Modern Jazz Quartet on the Cavett Show 1973, and Eubie Blake at the Waldorf Astoria. The photographs were printed in 1991 for the Annual Review of Jazz Studies issue 5.

Identifier: MC 834


Correspondence; administrative files; legislative research files; sponsored and co-sponsored bills; projects files; political and campaign files; financial documents; photographs; press releases; constituent newsletters; and other papers relating to Fenwick's terms in Congress. U.S. foreign relations is among the topics documented in the papers.

Identifier: IJS-0313

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This collection contains 3.5 inch x 3.5 inch black-and-white photographs (1954-1956) of jazz performers, including Joe Newman, Billy Byers, Jimmy McPartland, Sam Price, Ruby Bruff, Eddie Bert, Ben Webster, Tony Parenti, and Mary Lou Williams. There are also photographs of the 1955 Newport Jazz festival with performances by Dinah Washington, Count Basie, the Chet Baker Quintet, and the Marian McPartland Trio.

Identifier: MC 748

Abstract: The New Jersey Folk Festival is an annual event run as a class by the Rutgers University American Studies Department under the supervision of Professor Angus Gillespie. Although some sound recordings are included, the folk festival's records primarily consist of correspondence, reports, background documents, photographs and notes created by the festival's staff; consequently, the documents in the collection pertain to the folk festival as an event and as a class. The final/area reports in...
Identifier: IJS-0251

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This collection contains a scrapbook made by Page that spans his entire life. The scrapbook includes photographs from his personal and professional life, as well as, newspaper clippings, concert flyers, and receipts. Also included in the collection is his obituary, memorial program, and condolence letters to his wife.

Identifier: R-MC 011


Paul Robeson was an American actor, athlete, bass-baritone concert singer, writer, and civil rights activist. This collection comprises of material gathered together to document the career of one of Rutgers most famous and influential alumnus. It spans the years 1916 to 1998 and includes newspaper clippings, published articles, books, sound recordings, correspondence, photographs and negatives, bibliographies, and writings.

Identifier: IJS-0161

Scope and Contents: This collection spans Jackson's personal and professional life from his early career to his death. There are music manuscripts and sketches, lyrics, artist song books, and published bass trombone music books. Also included is a tour itinerary, travel receipts, airplane tickets, concert programs, tourist brochures, and souvenirs. There is a copy of a transcript of Milt Hinton’s interview with Quentin (1978) from the Smithsonian Institution’s Jazz Oral History project. The...
Identifier: IJS-0292

Scope and Contents:

This collection contains approximately one hundred twenty-five photographic prints of individual musicians. The majority of the prints are black-and-white and include candid, performance, and portrait shots of performers including Barry Altshul, Joe Beck, Oliver Beener, Randy Brecker, Randy Weston, Joanne Brackeen, Dave Burrell, and Pee Wee Erwin. The collection also contains photographic contact sheets and twenty-two wood mounted prints.

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Identifier: RG-23-C7m-03