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Identifier: IJS-0304

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...
 Collection
Identifier: IJS-0289

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...
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Identifier: IJS-0187

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This collection contains materials related to the Charlie Parker Festival from 1993-2002. It is largely made up of photographs from the annual series of concerts and also contains twenty-six digital audio tapes, ten VHS tapes, three cassettes, programs, flyers, and a box of press and correspondence materials from its founder and former producer, Sam Turvey.

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Identifier: IJS-0115

Scope and Contents: This collection contains materials related to the life and music of Dick Cary. It includes music manuscripts, photographs, cassette and open reel tapes, correspondence, personal and professional papers, press clippings, scrapbooks, awards, and ephemera. Forty-two of the seventy-six boxes are music manuscripts of original scores and arrangements by Cary between 1950 and 1994. The majority are unpublished. This collection also contains 599 audio cassettes and 418 open reel tapes dating...
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Identifier: IJS-0303

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This collection consists of photographs of a musical performance at the Overseas Press Club. There are two sleeves of photographs labeled, "Dick Gileson jazz party 1967, Ellie Schocket photos." Some artists appearing in the photographs include Dick Hymann, Cliff Leeman, Les Paul, Oliver Jackson, Pee Wee Erwin, and Bobby Hackett.

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Identifier: IJS-0257

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This collection contains photographs, negatives, and slides of the Savoy Dancers and vaudeville acts from the Big Band Era. Many of the images have personal inscriptions.

 Collection
Identifier: IJS-0312

Scope and Contents: This collection contains autographs and autographed photographs. The autographs are loose pages from an autograph book and many are addressed to "Eleanor and Joe." There are signatures from many jazz performers including Benny Carter, Ella Fitzgerald, Jimmie Lunceford, Billy Eckstein, and Milt Buckner. Also included are autographed press photographs with multiple signed photographs from Jimmie Lunceford. There are also signed photographs from members of his band, Lionel Hampton, Billy...
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Identifier: IJS-0034

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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.

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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.

 Collection
Identifier: IJS-0324

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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.