Lawrence Tibbett Collection 1929-1945

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Lawrence Tibbett Collection, 1929-1945

Lawrence Tibbett Collection 1929-1945

The collection contains primarily sound recordings of performances of Lawrence Tibbett from recording sessions that occurred between 1929 and 1945. Some of the recordings are 12" vinyl 33 1/3 rpm microgroove discs, but most are 78 rpm shellac discs and 12" instantaneous discs. A few 10" 78 rpm single-sided test pressings, and 1 7" tape reel are also included. Written materials in the collection consist of a set of of 13 index cards with handwritten listings of the contents of tape reels in Tibbett's personal collection (tape reels not included in this collection), photocopies of published articles by Tibbett, and typed inventories of the collection which were prepared by the donor.

2.8 linear feet,; 3 audio disc storage boxes for 12" sound discs; 1 small box with tape reel; 1 document storage box for miscellaneous documents

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