Jane Scott: Never Too Old for Rock and Roll! is currently on exhibit at the Library and Archives. Jane Scott was a writer and critic of rock music for the Cleveland Plain Dealer for over 40 years, one of the country's first daily newspaper reporters of the then-fledging genre. The exhibit explores Scott's story through objects from her collection, including photographs, newspaper clippings, autographs, a letter and set list, her reporter's notebooks, and--of course--a pair of her signature red eyeglasses. The exhibit is part of a grant-funded NEO Sound project to process, preserve, digitize and provide access to the Jane Scott Papers. Learn more about Jane Scott here.
|The NEO SOUND DOCUMENTATION STRATEGY: PROCESSING AND PRESERVING THE JANE SCOTT PAPERS is made possible in part by a grant from the Ohio History Connection’s history Fund. The History Fund is supported exclusively by voluntary donations of Ohio income tax refunds and designated gifts to the Ohio Historical Society. www.ohiohistory.org/historyfund|
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