ARC-0951 Alan Licht Collection of Jimmy Baynes Photographs, 1954-2012, undated, 73 items, 0.07 l.f.
The Allan Licht Collection of Jimmy Baynes Photographs spans the years 1954 to 2012 and includes some undated materials, with the bulk of the collection materials falling between the years 1954 and 1963. The collection is arranged by content: photographs and manuscripts. The collection consists of black-and-white and color photographs taken at Cleveland music halls, restaurants, and bars, as well as some photographs taken at political and civil rights events. Prominent artists featured in this collection include: Louis Armstrong, James Brown, Ray Charles, the Drifters, Aretha Franklin, Jackie Wilson, Duke Jenkins, and Faye Adams. Cleveland venues/locations featured include the Pla-mor Ballroom, Eva’s Den, the Corner Tavern, Abbott’s Bar-B-Q, Ebony Boy Bar-B-Q, and the Hotel Garfield. The collection also includes a manuscript of an untitled, unpublished book about Baynes and his photography in the Cleveland area, written by Allan Licht. The manuscript includes some photos not described separately in the collection. These materials provide rich insight to the R&B, jazz, and rock performers of the 1950s and 1960s, but more specifically to the local Cleveland music community of that time.
ARC-0952 Joy Bush Photographs, 1996-2017, 0.07 l.f.
The Joy Bush Photographs contains three black-and-white, and 14 color, photographs featuring musicians receiving honorary doctorates from Yale University between 1996 and 2017. The musicians depicted in the photos are Paul Simon, Paul McCartney, Aretha Franklin, Ralph Stanley, and Stevie Wonder. The photographs are all 5 x 7-inch in size, and have notes on the back identifying the people in each photo. The collection would be of interest to those examining how figures from the world of popular music have been recognized and honored in academic circles.
ARC-0954 Manny Greenhill Collection on Joan Baez, 1958-1995, undated, 14 l.f.
The Manny Greenhill Collection on Joan Baez spans the years 1958-1995 and contains undated materials. The collection details Baez's career--and, from a surface level, her life--through clippings correspondence, legal, financial and tour documents, promotional materials, and information on Baez's former husband, David Harris. The collection as a whole provides insight not only into Baez's career, including the international critical and fan response to her music, performance, and social justice work, but also the artist management, promotional and tour operations of Folklore Productions, Inc.
ARC-0955 Sandra Beasley Collection, 1983-1989, undated, 0.92 l.f.
The Sandra Beasley Collection dates from 1983 to 1990 and contains undated materials. The collection includes tour programs for Tina Turner, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Depeche Mode, and Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers. It also includes a flyer for the 10,000 Maniacs.
ARC-0956 Paul Barker Motown Song Parts, undated, 1.34 l.f.
The Paul Barker Motown Sheet Music is undated and consists of sheet music for four Motown songs. The collection contains handwritten parts for the following: "Baby Don't You Go," performed by the Supremes for strings; "Bernadette," performed by the Four Tops for the harp, trombone, percussion, and viola; "Just My Imagination," performed by the Temptations for cello; and "Mickey's Monkey," performed by the Supremes.
ARC-0959 Terry Quirk Zombies Artwork and Photograph, 2004, 2014-2015, 1.41 l.f.
The Terry Quirk Zombies Artwork and Photograph consist of a limited edition print of the Odessey and Oracle album cover design, illustrations of the members of the Zombies, and an undated photograph. The artwork is dated 2004, 2014-2015 and is signed by the members.
ARC-0960 James Pankow Collection on Chicago, 1976, 0.92 l.f.
The James Pankow Collection on Chicago is dated from 1976 and contains the score and lyric sheet to the song "Old Days," written by James Pankow and recorded by the band Chicago. This collection provides insight into the songwriting process.
ARC-0961 Michael "Doc" Dreyfuss Collection, 1970-1974, undated, 0.07 l.f.
The Michael “Doc” Dreyfuss collection is dated 1970-1974 and contains undated materials. The collection consists of materials from the band McKendree Spring. Included in the collection are McKendree Spring promotional posters, an 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph of the band, and flyers, programs, and handbills featuring McKendree Spring, Eagles, Livingston Taylor, Jefferson Airplane, Chuck Berry, James Brown, Bo Diddley, Pete Seeger, Country Joe, and Odetta.
ARC-0966 Radley D. Hirsch Collection, 1980-1998, undated, 9.0 l.f.
The Radley D. Hirsch Collection spans the years 1980-1998 and includes some undated material; the bulk of the material dates from 1983 to 1995. The collection is split into three series based on material type: audio recordings in various formats (cassette, ¼-inch reel, DAT, VHS), VHS video recordings, flyers, business documents, and photographs relating to the Gilman Street Warehouse in Berkeley, California, as well as concerts and events from the surrounding area. Recordings include demo tapes and studio recordings, as well as live performances and radio broadcasts. Many of the recordings include additional written or printed material such as set lists, personnel listings, and other information on the recordings, such as the specific audio equipment used. The collection provides insight into the regional punk rock community and the musical and cultural scene that surrounded 924 Gilman from its early days through the 1990s, including the running and organization of the club, as well as the advertising of its shows. Live recordings from other Bay Area venues such as the Cotati Cabaret, Bottom of the Hill, Mabuhay Gardens, The Farm, and Oasis provide a more complete picture of the local performing arts scene during the era. Artists featured most prominently in the collection include Operation Ivy, Polkacide, Jain, Z Axis, Crimpshrine, Capitol Punishment, Econochrist, Jawbreaker, Neurosis, Rancid, and Spitboy. Other famous artists represented include Green Day, Jello Biafra/Dead Kennedys, Fugazi, and Bikini Kill.
ARC-0979 Hank Ballard Collection, 1960-1988, 1.34 l.f.
The Hank Ballard Collection, 1960-1988, contains eight promotional photographs, one photocopy of a stage plan, one photocopy of a Goldmine award, and the album cover for Hank Ballard and the Midnighters' "Live at the Palais." This collections will be of interest to those looking for graphic materials of Hank Ballard and the Midnighters.
ARC-0988 Thomas A. Lazzaro Biggest Show of Stars Program, 1957, 0.07 l.f.
The collection consists of one program for the Biggest Show of Stars for '57, a package tour featuring Fats Domino, Clyde McPhatter, Chuck Berry, LaVern Baker, Charles Brown, and the Moonglows.
ARC-0990 Diane Fariello Souvenir Programs, 1957, 1.34 l.f.
The Diane Fariello Souvenir Programs consists of an "Annual Yearbook" for American Bandstand, dated 1957, and one undated program for the musical group the Rascals.
ARC-0991 Deb Jameson Collection, ca. 1966, undated, 1.34 l.f.
The Deb Jameson Collection is dated circa 1966 and contains undated materials. The collection consists of tour programs from the Dave Clark 5, Herman's Hermits, and Paul Revere and the Raiders, and a photocopy of a promotional photograph of the musical group Mid-West Hydraulic Company.
ARC-0992 John Curley Collection on the Afghan Whigs, 1993-1996, undated, 4.07 l.f.
The John Curley Collection on the Afghan Whigs is dated 1993 and 1996 and contains undated materials. The collection consists of six posters, one flyer, and a Conan O'Brien television program dressing room sign for the Afghan Whigs. The collection documents the ways in which the Afghan Whigs were promoted and serves as an indication of their popularity during the late 1990s.
ARC-0999 Tony Davis Poster for Sly & the Family Stone, 1973, 2.5 l.f.
The collection consists of one poster from a Sly & the Family Stone concert in Cleveland from 1973.
ARC-1000 Evelyn Brown Collection on Tommy Edwards, 1944-1979, 0.42 l.f.
The Evelyn Brown Collection contains photographs, correspondence and other documents from the life and career of Cleveland disc jockey and Record Heaven store owner Tommy Edwards.
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