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Overview The collection consists of papers of Adam Knight Spence and John Wesley Work from ca. 1851-1936. The papers contain materials relating to their interest in Negro folk music and involvement in the Fisk Jubilee Singers in the early twentieth century. Includes musical scores and arrangements, correspondence regarding the travels of the singers, printed materials, as well as correspondence (1906-1921) and classroom papers (1931) pertaining to John Work. The collection contains correspondence of...
Overview This collection contains 55 musical records (of which 11 records are of 78 medium size plates and 44 are of 44 small size plates) of black musicians. The musical recordings include a wide range of music from jazz, blues, Soul to gospel. The intention for this collection is to provide access to a wide variety of Black Popular Music, also to enrich your knowledge of black cultural experiences, expression, and representations through this musical collection. The collection has been arranged into...
Overview The collection consists materials collected about African American scholar and artist Lisa Ann Pertillar-Brevard dating from 1986 to 1996 including biographical information, newspaper and magazine articles on a variety of subjects including education, copies of periodicals and publications to which she has contributed, publications of the University of Maryland that pertain to African American issues, and various brochures and pamphlets.
- Subject: African Americans--Music. X