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  • Black Radio | AAAMC
    Radio Telling it Like it Was a radio series also produced by Gales Webb 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 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 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 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 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

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  • Religious Music | AAAMC
    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 Gayle Wald Collection of Rosetta Tharpe Photographs SC 143 Includes several photographs and sheet music with images of gospel musician Rosetta Tharpe 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 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 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

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  • Hip Hop | AAAMC
    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 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 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 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 Roni Sarig Collection

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  • Popular Music | AAAMC
    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 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 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 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 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 Patrice Rushen Lectures 1997 SC 68 Video programs and clippings documenting Rushen s lectures at Indiana University in 1997 Paul J Middlebrook Collection SC 145 Selection of DVDs documenting the Indianapolis television series Hit Makers

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  • Classical | AAAMC
    The event is documented through program booklets flyers photographs and video and audio recordings 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 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 The Black Composer Speaks Collection SC 35 This collection includes interviews and research materails used for the production of the book The Black Composer Speaks 1978 a project initiated by the Afro American Arts Institute at Indiana University and co edited by Lida M Belt David N Baker and Herman C Hudson The majority of the interviews were conducted by Lida Belt Baker The Black Composers Collection A collection of manuscript and printed scores recordings interviews and photographs Composers represented in the collection include Michael Abels Lettie Alston T J Anderson Regina Harris Baiocchi David Baker William Banfield Charles Coleman William Dawson Bethenia Ferrell Donal Fox Carl Maultsby Portia Maultsby Lena McLin Dorothy Rudd Moore Kermit Moore Undine Smith Moore Gary Powell

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  • Music Industry | AAAMC
    on Elvis Presley Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones 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 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 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 Portia K Maultsby Collection 1981 1986 SC 18 Series G Music Industry Interviews consists of

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  • General Collections | AAAMC
    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 Periodicals Collection Periodicals including selected issues of Blaze Living Blues Source and Vibe Vertical Files Vertical files organized alphabetically in two series biographical files containing clippings and promotional materials about various performing artists and groups and subject files containing clippings on various topics in African

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  • Digital Exhibits | AAAMC
    teamed up with the Google Cultural Institute to create a new online exhibit Black Radio The Golden Years The four part exhibit will launch in early February 2016 The exhibit features audio video photographs and other items from our collections Once launched the exhibit will be featured here as well as on the Google Culutral Institute s website CONNECT Facebook Twitter YouTube Tumblr RECOMMENDED RESOURCES IU Archives Online IU Media

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