University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
Original open reel audiotapes housed in the Department of Special Collections. Individual tapes are inventoried in collection finding guides. Please consult Special Collections staff for further information
Texas State Library and Archives
The Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation (TSDHPT) was responsible for the building and maintenance of Texas roads and highways and for developing public mass transportation in state from 1975 to 1991. The agency was formed in 1975 when Texas legislature merged the Texas Highway Department and the Texas Mass Transportation Commission into this single agency. Both TSDHPT and the Texas Highway Department operated a Travel and Information Division that promoted travel to and within the state of Texas, highway safety, and tourism through the distribution of publications, audiovisual programs, and news media materials. Records consist of 76 film projects made up of 16mm motion pictures and motion picture components, 0.25-inch open reel audiotapes, a 35mm work print, and an audiocassette, dating 1963-1990, bulk 1970-1985. Projects comprise Texas tourism and other films, as well as radio and television news stories, commercials, and public service announcements that ... Read More
Northwestern University
The Northwestern University Archives’ audiotapes from Program of African Studies lectures date from the period 1965-1974. They include recordings from the Monday Night Lecture Series, which sponsored speakers to visit Northwestern’s Africa House and speak on some topic relating to Africa. Speakers ranged from academics to political figures to authors and artists and included members of Northwestern faculty and staff as well as faculty from other major universities and colleges around the world. Other Africa related lectures and events are also included, notably a group of radio broadcast feeds from The Voice of America’s “African Panorama” series.
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
Collection consists of original cassettes, open-reel master, and reference cassette audiotapes of two oral history interviews about the life and career of Duke Ellington. Leonard Feather's oral history interview has a transcript. In separate interviews jazz critic Leonard Feather and Sam Woodyard discuss their relationships with and knowledge of Ellington and his music.
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Two three-inch open reel audiotapes and a transcript (pages 1-66 and 62-70) of Frank Leahy's reminiscences of his early life through 1929 as recorded in interviews the donor had with Leahy circa 1965; and a typescript titled "On Children and the Danger in Football" (6 pages)
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Scope and Content Two three-inch open reel audiotapes and a transcript (pages 1-66 and 62-70) of Frank Leahy's reminiscences of his early life through 1929 as recorded in interviews the donor had with Leahy circa 1965; and a typescript titled "On Children and the Danger in Football" (6 pages).
Stanford University
The Edward Meagher Collection consists of eleven 10.5" open reel audiotapes. These recordings include the Oscar Peterson Trio (Oscar Peterson, Ed Thigpen and Ray Brown) at the Sunset Auditorium, a KPFA recording of Count Ory, and The Skybirds. The tapes were collected by Edward Meagher and later donated to the Stanford Archive of Recorded Sound by his family
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
Alonzo Elvis "Tony" Alderman played country music with the Galax Dixie Concert Band and The Hill Billies. During the 1950s through 1970s he recorded old-time and early country music, primarily at festivals and conventions. Alderman recorded many of the open-reel audiotapes in the collection at the Old Time Fiddlers Convention in Galax, Virginia.
Stanford University - Archive of Recorded Sound
The James Meagher Collection consists of eleven 10.5" open reel audiotape recordings. The recordings include 1960s recordings of the Oscar Peterson Trio (Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, and Ed Thigpen), a KPFA recording of Count Ory, and The Skybirds.
University of Wisconsin, Madison - Archives and Special Collections
Materials in this collection contain various multi-media and documentary records from the life and work of Wisconsin-born artist, Nene Humphrey -- It contains genealogical information on the extended family of the artist, as well as documents relating to her education and career