Photographs documenting the career of Houston deejay Skipper Lee Frazier, copied from his personal collection. Additional photo descriptions with biographical information transcribed from an interview with Frazier are available in accession folder. The collection consists of 12 b&w photographs with negatives primarily documenting Skipper Lee Frazier's activities in connection with KCOH in Houston during the 1970s and '80s.
1946-2005, bulk 1960-1984
Archives of African American Music and Culture
College or university
12 photographs : black & white ; 8 x 10 in. + 12 negatives (black & white : 4 x 5 in.)
Photographic print and Photographic negative
African Americans in radio broadcasting, African American radio stations, African American disc jockeys, Radio stations--Houston (Tex.), Radio broadcasting, and KCOH (Radio station : Houston, Tex.)
This collection is open to the public.
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