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These addenda to the papers of singer, songwriter, activist, actor, and author Holly Near contain concert contracts; performance programs, posters, and advertisements; television and movie scripts; personal correspondence and fan mail; photographs; and records of Redwood Records.
Addenda to the papers (1351) of Sophie Hutchinson Drinker, musician, civic volunteer, historian, author, and feminist.
Manuscript scores and related materials of composer and tenor saxophonist Albert J. "Budd" Johnson.
The Arthur Freedman Collection at the Harvard Film Archive consists of over two thousand hours of recorded rock performances, recorded on VHS, Hi8, 8mm video, and Mini DV. There are associated materials including fliers and set lists for some of the tapes.
Audiotapes of concerts and lectures by, and interviews with lesbian singer-songwriter Alix Dobkin. Also included is her personal collection of audiotapes featuring women's music.
Collection consists of music, memoir and other readings, conversations, etc. captured in audiovisual formats by pioneer in cognitive neuroscience, feminist, and author Naomi Weisstein.
Addenda to the papers (MC 281) of Gertrude Foster Brown, including correspondence, photographs, diaries, etc.
Writings, correspondence, speeches, and subject files of black feminist philosopher and prison abolitionist Angela Y. Davis.
Papers of lesbian singer, songwriter, and activist Alix Dobkin include fan mail, business correspondence, t-shirts, and material about the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival.
Correspondence, writings, music notes, and other personal papers of music teacher Gattie Holmes.
The Black Women Oral History Project collection consists of audiotapes and transcripts of 72 oral histories.
Collection consists of letters to Carrie Jacobs-Bond's shop assistant, MaBel Lampman Bond; a concert program and other printed material promoting Jacobs-Bond's work and music; and photographs of her son and of MaBel Lampman Bond.
The James E. Hinton Collection at the Harvard Film Archive consists of approximately 170 items: motion picture film projection prints, workprint materials, 16mm and 1/4" magnetic audio reels, viewing copies and video masters on 1" video, 3/4" U-Matic, Betamax, BetacamSP and VHS, as well as one set of Polaroid photographs created by the photographer, cinematographer and filmmaker James E. Hinton.
Lou Church and Jack Fields contracts for Blue Note (Philadelphia) performances by jazz musicians, and other materials, 1949, 1955-1957.
This collection consists of contracts between various jazz artists and club owners or producers supplying the terms of agreement for the artists' performance engagements. Artists represented include Cannonball Adderley, Louis Armstong, The Australian Jazz Quintet, Count Basie, Miles Davis, Charles Mingus, The Modern Jazz Quartet and several others.
Letters of inquiry from singers, lecturers, and women in other professions hoping for summer employment at the Mohonk Mountain House. Letters declining their services are also included.
Correspondence, drafts research notes, etc., documenting the preparation of volume four of Notable American Women, The Modern Period, a biographical dictionary of American women.
Correspondence, writings, schoolwork, scrapbooks, diaries, and family records of philanthropist and teacher Dorothy Wallace.