10.5 inch reels of classical music performances from Radio Moscow, originally sent to Athens, GA radio station WDOL (on very fragile paper tape); concert recording of the Woody Herman band broadcast on WRFC
The collection documents Frances Wallace's many musical activities during her long career as a pianist and organist in Atlanta, and it provides a glimpse of Atlanta's musical scene during the middle years of the twentieth century.The Wallace papers are organized into four series: (I) Personal records; (II) Scripts and performance notes; (III) Music; and (IV) Audio-visual materials. she performed frequently on piano and organ on WSB, WAGA and WCON radio, as well as at the Roxy theater, Rich's and Davison's department stores, and made notable appearances with the Atlanta Pops Orchestra.
Notated music, Performed music, Still image, and Text
Text document, Lacquer disc, and Photographic print
9 linear feet
Georgia State University Special Collections and Archives
Contains published and unpublished manuscripts, including an unpublished biography of Tallulah Bankhead, correspondence, reviews, poetry, literary contracts and photographs relating to Maxwell's activities as an author, editor and educator. Correspondence discusses Maxwell's writings, publication and readings of his works, his production of radio programs and his involvement with the Federal Writers' and Federal Theatre Projects.
Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia
Contains correspondence, advertisements and public relations materials, lyrics, sheet music, comedy material, programs and scripts, music catalogs, biographical material, autograph books, clippings and other papers relating to Jackson's career as a musician and entertainer who appeared on WERD.