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  • Collection Detail | AAAMC
    career as a music industry executive entrepreneur religious leader and teacher The collection documents his years at CBS Records Soul Train Records and Source Records as well as his affiliation with the Church of God in Christ and his many philanthropic activities Included are commercial and non commercial audio and video recordings ledgers photographs awards memorabilia posters and clippings CONNECT Facebook Twitter YouTube Tumblr RECOMMENDED RESOURCES IU Archives Online IU

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  • Visit | AAAMC
    are coming Please submit the form below to give us a heads up about your visit We re already excited Thank you for contacting us We will be in touch soon Please fix the errors below and resubmit the form Name is required Valid email is required Message is required Name Email Date s of your visit Reason for your visit Address and Contact Info Archives of African American Music and Culture Indiana University 2805 E Tenth St Suite 180 181 Bloomington IN 47408 4662 Phone 812 855 8547 Fax 812 856 0333 aaamc indiana edu Map Hours and Closures Fall and Spring semesters Monday Friday 9 00 a m 12 00 p m 1 00 p m 5 00 p m Summer sessions May 10 Aug 1 2016 Monday Friday 1 00 p m 4 30 p m and by appointment Please note that the AAAMC may close or operate by appointment only during holidays and IU breaks See below for exceptions to our normal hours Closures Labor Day CLOSED Thanksgiving Break BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Winter Break BY APPOINTMENT ONLY MLK Day CLOSED Spring Break BY APPOINTMENT ONLY ARSC Conference May 9 13 2016 CLOSED Memorial Day CLOSED Staff Vacations BY APPOINTMENT ONLY 4th of July weekend CLOSED Parking There is an Indiana University parking lot outside the AAAMC building with spots for A C and ST parking permits One day visitor parking permits are available through the IU parking office Visitor parking permits can be purchased at the Henderson Garage or at the Indiana Memorial Union More information can be found on the IU visitor parking page There are several metered parking spots available for visitors arriving by car and without a visitor parking permit Transit Bloomington Transit Route 6 Campus Shuttle and 6 Limited pick up and

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  • More Resources | AAAMC
    African Diaspora Studies Guide compiled by Columbia University Libraries African Studies Department AfroCubaWeb Source for information about Afro Cuban Latin music Afropop Worldwide A weekly public radio program showcasing the contemporary musical cultures of Africa and the African Diaspora in the Caribbean the Americas and Europe Blues Blues Foundation Memphis based organization whose mission is to preserve blues heritage celebrate blues recording and performance and expand worldwide awareness of the blues Early Blues British based site offering a diverse range of topics from history research and publications to artists and festivals Classical Music African American Art Song Alliance Links to composers performers and scholars of African American art songs AfriClassical com Guide to black history and classical music with biographies discographies teacher s guide and extensive links Afrocentric Voices in Classical Music Focus on African American composers and performers and on the vocal forms they influenced Classical Music Recordings of Black Composers Comprehensive reference guide to recorded works available on compact discs infrequently updated Gospel Music and Spirituals Black Gospel Music Clef Clearinghouse for information and products pertaining to black gospel music Gospel Flava Gospel music industry site offering news reviews interviews and artist profiles Gospel Music Association GMA Industry organization site covering gospel and contemporary Christian artists Holy Hip Hop Database Online resource for gospel rap music offering a searchable database with biographical and discographical information Journal of Gospel Music Online resource for gospel music news reviews and scholarship N Time Music Contemporary gospel music Spirituals Database Searchable access to recording of over 3 800 Negro Spiritual settings performed by solo Classical vocalists Spirituals Research Blog and research guide by Oberlin music librarian Kathleen Abromeit Hip Hop Cornell University Hip Hop Collection Focuses on the history of hip hop from its emergence in the Bronx in the 1970s through the present Davey D s Hip Hop Corner History commentary and interviews from radio personality and hip hop activist historian and scholar Davey D Hiphop Archive and Research Institute HARI Harvard University site featuring online exhibitions news a blog and searchable bibliography Hip Hop Directory Guide to hip hop resources worldwide HipHopDX Online magazine of hip hop music offering news interviews music criticism and news News Interviews Music Reviews Hip Hop Weekly Website featuring videos music news photos and more covering Hip Hop culture Original Hip Hop Lyrics Archives Site provides a searchable database of song lyrics submitted by listeners The Source Urban culture and entertainment publication covering hip hop music XXL This popular hip hop magazine s website offers articles music reviews news and lists of new releases Jazz All About Jazz Newsletter articles event calendars and directories Jazz in America Website hosted by the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz devoted to education Jazz A Film by Ken Burns Web site hosted by PBS offering interactive exhibits documenting the history of jazz in America biographies with audio and links to other jazz related PBS programs Music Educational Materials Black History Teaching Resources Smithsonian Education site providing access to event

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  • Services | AAAMC
    African American music purchase of materials relevant to course development supervision of internships and special projects and tours of the AAAMC Reference Services The AAAMC provides reference services in person and by telephone fax mail and electronic mail for the general public and for researchers throughout the world Finding aids are also available for many of the AAAMC s special collections and can be sent as email attachments Due to limited staffing and the specialized nature of our reference collection we are not able to provide in depth answers to general questions about music and African American history Specific questions about the AAAMC s holdings and policies are welcome and will be addressed as quickly as possibly in the order in which they were received When contacting the AAAMC please include your name and complete contact information as well as your specific question For those patrons who are unable to visit in person and or require extensive research assistance the AAAMC offers fee based research services upon request For additional information please contact us Reproduction Services The AAAMC is able to provide fee based reproduction services for a number of different formats contingent upon the physical condition of the item and subject to the terms specified under Rights and Permissions The following conditions apply Researchers are not allowed to copy or otherwise duplicate archival materials using their own equipment and computers All requests for copies are subject to AAAMC approval Copies may be denied due to the condition of material or because of copyright or other considerations Unless restricted or protected by copyright conditions photocopies of material will be supplied for research purposes only at the rate of 25 cents per page plus applicable postage Payment must be made in advance by cash in person or check money order by

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  • Policies | AAAMC
    used in the Reading Room use pencils only Marking erasing or otherwise altering AAAMC materials is prohibited Do not use adhesive backed notes to mark pages Patrons are asked to handle materials with clean hands the staff will provide gloves to be worn when handling photographs and other fragile materials All archival materials must be handled carefully and remain on the surface of the table Archival materials circulate one box at a time Please remove only one folder at a time and keep the papers and folders in their existing order Do not lean or press on archival materials Do not place open books or other bound volumes face down on the table Persons requesting access to restricted materials must contact the person or agency imposing the restrictions The AAAMC cannot permit access to these materials without written authority Likewise access to unprocessed collections is not permitted Patrons agree not to publish any portion of the materials without the written permission of the AAAMC and the copyright holder Please refer to the Rights and Permissions section below for further information Rights and Permissions Researchers must submit a written request for permission to reproduce or publish material held by the Archives of African American Music and Culture Permission to Publish forms are available upon request and require specific information including call number or collection name box and folder numbers if known name of author or creator title and date of the item and the title publisher of forthcoming printed work electronic publication or media presentation in which AAAMC materials will be quoted published or reproduced Brief quotations from text that fall within the fair use guidelines of the United States Copyright law do no require written permission from the AAAMC Some publication projects may be subject to a use or licensing

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  • Contact | AAAMC
    Valid email is required Message is required Name Email Message Or drop us a line at one of the following Address Archives of African American Music and Culture Indiana University 2805 E Tenth St Suite 180 181 Bloomington IN 47408 4662 Phone 812 855 8547 Fax 812 856 0333 Email aaamc indiana edu CONNECT Facebook Twitter YouTube Tumblr RECOMMENDED RESOURCES IU Archives Online IU Media Collections Online IU Image Collections

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  • Online Access | AAAMC
    Archives Online offers access to detailed collection guides to assist you in determining the content of a collection and whether it will fulfill your research needs AAAMC Collections in Archives Online IU Image Collections Online Image Collections Online serves as a showcase for various image collections curated by the libraries departments and cultural institutions of Indiana University Image Collections Online includes many images from AAAMC collections historical photographs from the Liberian Collections images of cultural objects from the Lilly Library and images from other archival and non archival collections at IU Bloomington AAAMC Image Collections Online IU Media Collections Online Media Collections Online showcases digitized and born digital time based audio and video from IU collections As AAAMC media collections are digitized by the MDPI project the digitized content will become available on the Media Collections Online site Some content will become fully open to the public while other content will remain restricted due to copyright restrictions or other concerns Some restricted items may be available to researchers through secure online streaming To determine if a restricted media item has been digitized and made available online please contact the AAAMC staff for assistance Media Collections Online is also a great way for course instructors to use streaming content for teaching Please contact the AAAMC if you would like to use media from our collections in your course We are happy to help set up access to specific content for an individual course AAAMC Media Collections Online IUCAT Titles in the AAAMC s general collection are currently being added to IUCAT Indiana University s Online Library Catalog and Worldcat OCLC s Online Union Catalog Circulation is allowed on a limited basis and is restricted to IUB faculty and graduate teaching assistants Some materials may be placed on reserve through Media Services

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  • Special Collections | AAAMC
    Every Voice and Sing Collection SC 36 Every Voice and Sing The Choral Music Legacy of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities is a 5 part series on Black choral music that explores the social political context of the Civil War Reconstruction era that brought about the formation of these Historically Black Colleges and Universities and their amazing Singing Groups The project is collaborative production of EVT Educational Productions Inc and JAZZ88 3FM WBGO Radio of Newark New Jersey The series was broadcast by over 240 public radio stations Extensions of the Tradition Collection Extensions of the Tradition is an annual event featuring a concert of music by black composers with related exhibits and programs co sponsored by Indiana University s African American Arts Institute the AAAMC and the Jacobs School of Music The event is documented through program booklets flyers photographs and video and audio recordings Gayle Wald Collection of Rosetta Tharpe Photographs SC 143 Includes several photographs and sheet music with images of gospel musician Rosetta Tharpe General Photograph Collection SC 5 A large collection of publicity photographs compiled by the AAAMC primarily of singers musicians and musical groups from the 1970s to 1990s George Nelson Collection approximately 1950 1982 SC 89 Collection consists of black and white photographs from the 1950s through the early 1980s related to KYOK in Houston Including are images documenting the activities of KYOK s deejays in the studio and surrounding communities particularly in connection with listener contests and station sponsored events such as dances and the We Love You concert Also included are photographs of KYOK publicity materials and publicity photographs of many of the rhythm and blues artists jazz and blues artists featured on the station Gertrude Rivers Robinson Collection SC 20 The collection consists primarily of music manuscripts of works composed arranged and transcribed by Gertrude Rivers Robinson ranging from her student years to her time as a professor and professional composer Harry Allen Collection SC 34 Articles magazines radio programs and interviews on hip hop music and culture by journalist and media assassin Harry Allen Helaine Victoria Press Postcard Collection SC 46 Postcards from the 1991 series Sisters of the Harlem Renaissance The Found Generation 1920 1932 Hot Buttered Soul Lecture Collection SC 127 Collection documenting the AAAMC s 2014 panel discussion and exhibit Hot Buttered Soul The Role of Foodways Musicmaking in Building and Sustaining African American Communities which explored the intersections between sacred and secular music genres and traditional foodways as signifiers of African American life and culture Featured panelists include Psyche Williams Forson Tyron Cooper Alisha Lola Jones and Mellonee Burnim Includes audio video image and research files Jack The Rapper Gibson Collection SC 14 A collection documenting the career of Black radio pioneer Jockey Jack Gibson Includes a complete set of Mello Yello the oldest black trade magazine targeted to Black radio and the music industry published by Gibson from 1976 1996 Also included are original air check tapes an unreleased video documentary about Gibson audio and video interviews with Jack Gibson and various colleagues souvenir programs from The Family Affair the oldest black radio and black music convention hosted by Jack Gibson and photographs of radio personalities and rhythm blues artists Jacquie Gales Webb Collection SC 81 Materials documenting Gales Webb s career as an award winning producer and host of Sunday Afternoon Gospel Music Program on 96 3 WHUR in Washington DC Includes interviews and production materials used in the public radio series Remembering Slavery and Jazz Singers the television documentary Melodies from Heaven the video for the Smithsonian Institution s exhibit Beyond Category The Music of Duke Ellington and her materials related to SC 39 Black Radio Telling it Like it Was a radio series also produced by Gales Webb James Spooner Collection approximately 2000 2007 SC 154 Collection consists of casting production and promotional materials used by James Spooner in the production of his film White Lies Black Sheep and materials associated with the film Afro Punk including interview footage promotional materials film festival awards and periodicals in which the film and or Spooner was highlighted Jared Nickerson Collection SC 153 Papers clippings and photographs pertaining to the founding and early years of the Black Rock Coalition Jock Hickman Photograph Collection SC 93 A collection of photographs of rhythm and blues musicians originally donated for use by Dr Portia K Maultsby and the Smithsonian Institution for the 1986 symposium and accompanying booklet and exhibition Rhythm and Blues 1945 1955 Jocko Henderson Collection 1980 2003 SC 136 Doug Jocko Henderson was a pioneering rapping deejay primarily associated with Philadelphia radio station WDAS in the 1970s Collection primarily documents Henderson s Get Ready company which published materials to be used in schools to teach American history spelling and the dangers of drug abuse using rap lyrics Also included is material documenting Henderson s bid for a seat in the United States House of Representatives in Pennsylvania Materials include audiocassettes teaching manuals correspondence photographs business cards press clippings flyers and other memorabilia Jodie Hearon Collection SC 26 Photographs documenting rural life in the Mississippi Delta from the 1950s to the 1970s John A Jackson Collection SC 141 The collection consists of materials collected by Jackson during research for his book A House On Fire The Rise and Fall of Philadelphia Soul Includes audiocassettes of interviews conducted by Jackson primarily by telephone interview transcripts related articles and book drafts John Richbourg Collection SC 47 Clippings photographs and audiocassette copies of airchecks compiled as Sounds of the Fifties Sixties radio programs as broadcast by well known WLAC deejay John R Johnny Griffith Collection SC 25 More than 300 record albums from the late 1950s through the early 1980s by various blues gospel jazz rhythm and blues rock funk and disco artists a video taped performance of Johnny Griffith and jazz guitarist Kenny Burrell personal recordings and a musical score by Griffith and a taped interview with Griffith and an interview transcript Johnny Otis and Bill Griffith Video Collection SC 100 Original video masters for thirteen Johnny Otis Show television programs taped in a Los Angeles studio by Griffith between 1974 1975 and featuring such guest artists as Delmar Mighty Mouth Evans Marie Adams the Three Tons of Joy Joe Turner Shuggie Otis Pee Wee Crayton and Eddie Cleanhead Vinson Also included are five hours of unedited footage from Johnny Otis s Oldies But Goodies musical revue a live show in L A that featured popular artists of the rock roll era lip synching to their hit recordings Taped by Griffith from 1975 1977 over 100 songs are performed by artists such as Emma James Richard Berry the Penguins the Coasters Shirley Lee Ted Taylor Bobby Day and the Medallions Johnny Otis Collection SC 106 Over 800 radio programs of black popular music live and prerecorded hosted by Johnny Otis and featuring live interviews with blues and rhythm blues artists from the 1940s 1950s and 1960s Artists interviewed include Little Esther Phillips Al Frazier Mary Wells Zola Taylor the Coasters Horace Silver the Robins Etta James Big Jay McNeely Bobby Day Bumps Blackwell Pee Wee Crayton Jimmy McCracklin and Joe Liggins The radio programs are jointly held with the Archives of Traditional Music at Indiana University Also included are photographs memorabilia books and compact discs Karen Shearer Collection 1935 1996 bulk 1974 1992 SC 129 Collection consists primarily of interview transcripts program transcripts and artist publicity materials used in the production of the Westwood One Radio programs Special Edition That s Country Music Rock Chronicles My Top Ten and History of Rock n Roll It also contains materials from various specials including programs on Elvis Presley Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones Katherine Lewis Collection approximately 1949 1999 SC 86 Collection consists of materials related to Lewis s work at the WERD radio station in the 1950s and 60s Founded by Jesse B Blayton Sr in October 1949 in Atlanta Georgia WERD was the first black owned and operated radio station in the United States The collection materials comprise 7 black and white and 7 color photographs documenting WERD s early history Content includes the exterior of the WERD studio building publications related to WERD such as photographs of an issue of The Printed WERD and a portrait of J B Blayton Sr Kevin Anderson Collection SC 78 Airchecks from the radio series Lessons in Jazz produced by Kevin Anderson for MD Illegal Rap Radio The series began airing in 2002 on Hampton University s student radio station WHOV 88 1 FM Co hosts of the series are Marcel Big Cel Canady and Montez The Wiz Martin Lee Bailey Collection 1990 1998 SC 38 The collection consists primarily of audio tapes of two radio programs produced by Bailey Broadcasting Services The Hip Hop Countdown Report 1991 1998 and RadioScope The Entertainment Magazine of the Air 1990 1996 Press releases for RadioScope broadcasts are also included Linda Tillery Collection SC 150 Scrapbook press materials and recordings documenting Tillery s career as lead singer for the Los Angeles rock band The Loading Zone as well as her work with the Cultural Heritage Choir and other groups Logan H Westbrooks Collection SC 156 Personal papers related to Westbrook s career as a music industry executive entrepreneur religious leader and teacher The collection documents his years at CBS Records Soul Train Records and Source Records as well as his affiliation with the Church of God in Christ and his many philanthropic activities Included are commercial and non commercial audio and video recordings ledgers photographs awards memorabilia posters and clippings Luvenia A George Collection 1905 2003 bulk 1935 1998 SC 115 The collection consists of materials related to Smithsonian Institution programs including the Duke Ellington Youth Project in addition to gospel sheet music and related research materials from George s personal collection Mark del Costello Collection SC 21 Music promoter Mark del Costello has assembled archival footage of black performers as well as souvenir programs posters and photographs related to shows he has produced Maureen Mahon Collection SC 142 The collection consists primarily of materials collected during research for Mahon s book Right to Rock The Black Rock Coalition and the Cultural Politics of Race Duke University Press 2004 Includes photographs promotional postcards and fliers posters newspaper clippings concert programs and ephemera Audiovisual media includes commercial CDs and audiocassettes and videocassettes with television and live performance clips Mellonee V Burnim Collection 1861 1996 bulk 1976 1996 SC 7 The collection includes Burnim s dissertation research on African American religious music conducted primarily in Indiana between 1976 1979 with an emphasis on gospel music performance and practice and post dissertation research on African and African American religious music conducted between 1980 1996 in the U S Cuba Liberia and Malawi Also included is documentation of the 1984 Smithsonian American Folklife Festival and gospel sheet music The collection was primarily recorded on analog audio formats and includes audiocassettes open reel tapes videocassettes open reel video slides sheet music song texts and additional documentation Michael Graham Photograph Collection SC 40 A collection of artist publicity photographs of rhythm and blues musicians from the 1940s 1950s Michael Jackson Commemorative Publications Collection SC 149 The collection consists primarily of magazines and special commemorative publications released immediately following Jackson s death in 2009 Michael Lydon Collection 1977 1997 bulk 1995 1997 SC 31 Collection includes audiocassette recordings of interviews about Ray Charles for Lydon s book Ray Charles Man and Music 2004 a radio series about Ray Charles based on Lydon s book complete or partial transcripts for many of the interviews organized loosely into book chapters interviews with and about other African American musicians class lectures given by Lydon at Indiana University and related publicity materials and original music performed by Lydon Michael McAlpin Collection 1993 1997 SC 49 The Michael McAlpin Collection consists primarily of print materials used in the production of the PBS television documentary Record Row the Cradle of Rhythm and Blues Included are production materials and interview transcripts created during Dr Portia Maultsby s collaboration on the project as AAAMC director as well as VHS tapes of the rough cut final broadcast version and local coverage of the documentary Michael Woods Collection SC 74 Programs press releases audio recordings and manuscript charts for jazz compositions composed by Hamilton College music professor Michael Doc Woods Miles White Collection SC 27 A collection of commercial compact discs audio cassettes videotapes LPs and books on rap music and hip hop culture Also included is a copy of White s MA thesis The High Fidelity Turntable System and the Creation of Hip Hop Music Univ of Washington 1996 supplemented by video footage of DJs demonstrating turntable techniques Mr R B Records Collection SC 66 The complete catalog of Mr R B Records a reissue label based in Sweden including nearly 200 LPs of blues rhythm and blues jazz and gospel music from the 1930s through the 1960s Murray Forman Collection of Hip Hop Magazines SC 139 Magazines and articles collected by Murray Forman during research for his book The Hood Comes First Race Space and Place in Rap and Hip Hop Wesleyan University 2002 Nelson George Collection SC 133 The collection consists primarily of materials collected during research for Nelson George s book Where Did Our Love Go The Rise and Fall of the Motown Sound St Martin s Press 1985 This includes interviews audiocassettes and transcripts photographs newspaper clippings magazines photocopies of legal documents manuscripts and correspondence Opal Louis Nations Collection SC 161 Personal papers consisting of published and unpublished articles and liner notes by Nations primarily on the topics of early rhythm and blues and gospel music Also included are the audio files for nearly 500 gospel music CDs issued by Nations on his Pewburner Records label Patrice Rushen Lectures 1997 SC 68 Video programs and clippings documenting Rushen s lectures at Indiana University in 1997 Patricia Turner Collection SC 146 Research materials and recordings collected by Turner for her two groundbreaking discographies Afro American Singers An Index and Preliminary Discography of Long Playing Recordings of Opera Choral Music and Song 1977 and the Dictionary of Afro American Performers 78 rpm and Cylinder Recordings of Opera Choral Music and Songs c 1900 1949 1990 Includes 78 rpm records cylinder recordings and sheet music many documenting the works of early Black composers as well as interpretations of their music by white artists Though primarily focused on classical vocal music and musical theater recordings also include performances by jubilee and gospel quartet groups blues rhythm and blues and jazz musicians Research files include 5 boxes of programs clippings and photographs of Black artists and composers Paul J Middlebrook Collection SC 145 Selection of DVDs documenting the Indianapolis television series Hit Makers Showcase a local talent show produced by Middlebrook that aired from 1983 1989 Also includes a DVD with a performance by the Indianapolis group The PHDs and the CD Old School Songs of Love by Middlebrook PBS Artist Publicity Photographs SC 94 A collection of 100 publicity photographs of Black artists featured in PBS television programs from 1972 2005 Petrella Pollefeyt Collection SC 76 Personal papers audio and video recordings posters costumes and memorabilia documenting the career of the country soul singer songwriter Phyl Garland Collection approximately 1952 2005 bulk 1972 1990 SC 111 The Phyl Garland Collection consists primarily of personal papers including original typescripts for Garland s columns in Ebony and Stereo Review and related research and photographs Also included are 41 original audiocassette recordings of interviews conducted by Garland except as noted primarily with various African American musicians artists and filmmakers Topics include African American composers and musicians as well as various genres of music including but not limited to jazz R B soul rock classical and blues Record company publicity materials include publicity photos and press releases for over 900 artists Portia K Maultsby Collection 1981 1986 SC 18 Series G Music Industry Interviews consists of transcripts and audiocassettes of interviews primarily conducted by Portia K Maultsby between 1981 1986 as part of her research on the Black music industry The remainder of the series in this collection are still in the process of being accessioned and are unavailable for general research and public use Reclaiming the Right to Rock Black Experiences in Rock Music Collection 2008 2010 SC 151 This collection consists of documentation and one on one interviews from the AAAMC s two day conference on Black rock hosted on the Indiana University Bloomington campus on November 13 14 2009 The conference and related activities were open to local and regional musicians scholars students and brought together Black rock musicians from different generations and regions with music critics and scholars to discuss the socio political history musical developments and the future of Black rock Regina Jones Collection of SOUL Magazines SC 152 A collection of SOUL and Soul Illustrated magazines published in Los Angeles from 1966 1982 Rhythm Blues Foundation Collection SC 90 Materials compiled during the production of the Rhythm Blues Foundation s Let the Good Times Roll a series of hour long radio programs hosted by Jerry The Iceman Butler and distributed by National Public Radio Included are photographs transcripts of interviews with various musicians featured on the shows publicity materials and a complete set of the radio programs on compact disc Rick Roberts Collection approximately 1957 1979 SC 88 Collection consists primarily of materials related to Roberts s work at KYOK AM in the 1960s and 70s including images of KYOK sponsored events such as the We Love You concert and associated publicity materials a beauty pageant radio contests and on site broadcasts throughout Houston Also included are photographs of KYOK radio personalities and staff as well as candid and publicity photographs of visiting R B artists Robert Marovich Collection SC 82 Interviews with gospel musicians conducted by Robert Marovich for his book A City Called Heaven Chicago and the Birth of Gospel Music University of Illinois

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