The Sam L. Slick Collection of Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Political Ephemera contains political material from every Latin American country, Haiti, and Spain, with extensive materials from Argentina, Brazil, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. Although the materials date between 1970 and 2000, the majority fall within the 1980 to 1995 period, which coincides with the transition to democracy in many Latin American nations. A sizeable portion of the collection consists of candidate information pamphlets for local, regional, and national elections. In addition to these materials, the collection contains numerous party publications, newspaper advertisements, stickers, posters, banners, pennants, calendars, and buttons. Non-party political materials such as union, human rights, and Catholic Church reports and event posters are also included. Finally, one of the Argentina folders contains materials exclusively related to the Falkland Islands Conflict of 1982
Consists of advertisements, booklets, business cards, contracts, correspondence, flyers, legal documents, miscellaneous notes, newspaper clippings, programs, receipts, sample 45rpm record designs, schematics, and transparencies -- This collection is of value to researchers studying African-American history in Cleveland, Ohio. Researchers looking into the recording industry, musical genres, and the history of African-American entrepreneurship and small businesses, particularly in the 1950s-1970s, will find this collection valuable. Music enthusiasts will also find connections to local talent within the collection, particularly those with an interest in gospel, country/western, rhythm and blues, soul, bluegrass, and rock and roll. Those studying the evolution of the audio recording industry and small recording labels in the United States will find this collection useful
The Jack Mulqueen papers consist of 19.93 linear feet spanning the years 1923 to 2014 and include correspondence, scripts, notes, flyers, magazines, photographs, slides, news clippings, pamphlets, contact lists, proposals, productions notes, advertisements, sheet music, concept art, blueprints, Nielsen rating books, press releases, posters, lecture notes, storyboards, VHS tapes, DVDs, 45 rpm records, and reel to reels. Subjects includeAmbassadors of Mary, American International Pictures, Bozo's Circus, Chicago television, Children's television, Dick Clark, John Freuler, the Guadalupe Foundation, Hollywood collectibles, Ice Capades, the Mulqueens, and Kiddi A-Go-Go
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
Scope and Contents note Popular music recorded approximately 1916-1930s: 78 and 45 RPM phonograph discs produced by Edison recordings, Victor, Decca, Columbia, and Silvertone. Boxes 1-4: 53 10" Edison recordings of popular songs by such artists as Freda Hemple, George Hamilton Green, the Metropolitan Quartet, and Frederick Kinsley; also hymns, World War I songs, and some operatic selections. Box 5: 32 45-r.p.m. records, primarily by Victor, some Decca, others, by Eddie Duchin, Xavier Cugat, Guy Lombardo. Box 6: 41 45-r.p.m. records, including 16 by Victor, 4 by Columbia, 4 by Silvertone, 8 unlabelled, 3 family recordings, 4 in Greek. Artists include Eddie Duchin, Guy Lombardo, Wayne King. Box 7: Several volumes of Victor library, all 78 r.p.m. Artists include Ray Kinney, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Dick McIntire, Andy Iona. Box 8: Popular recordings; Christmas carols sung by Frieda Hempel, recorded by Edison; and family recordings.
The collection is divided into four sections: Correspondence, Poetry, Other Material and Aurelia Hodgson Material. Correspondence is organized into Personal Correspondence and Business Correspondence, with further distinctions made according to the period of time in which the letter was written or received. Groupings are as follows: London between 1896 and 1923, Japan between 1923 and 1938, and Ohio between 1938 and 1962. Within these groupings, letters are arranged alphabetically by sender. There are separate groups for Personal Correspondence between Ralph Hodgson and his wife Aurelia, and Personal and Professional Correspondence between Hodgson and Seymour Adelman. Finally, there is an additional group of Business Correspondence of Aurelia Hodgson following her husband's death, from 1962 till 1984. Ralph Hodgson's Personal Correspondence consists of numerous incoming and outgoing letters to family and friends throughout his life, including lasting contacts with Japanese ... Read More