Once in a century [sound recording] : a tribute to Marian Anderson. 
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Lawyer and U.S. secretary of the interior. From the description of Harold L. Ickes papers, 1815-1969 (bulk 1933-1951). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980130 Harold Ickes (1874-1952) was a United States administrator and politician. He served as Secretary of the Interior for 13 years, from 1933 to 1946, the longest tenure of anyone to hold the office, and afterwards he became a syndicated columnist writing on political topics. From the guide to the Harold Ickes ...
Composed originally for piano four hands, 1928. This orchestration 1984. For Felix Mottl's transcription see callno.: 826.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Fantasy in F minor, op. 103 / by Franz Schubert ; orchestrated by Roman Pawlowski. 1984. (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 55011151 From the opera by Franz Schubert, libretto by Franz van Schober; first performed in Weimar at the Hoftheater, 24 June 1854. Cf. New Grove online. ...
Born in Louisiana, blues guitarist and singer Johnny Copeland (1937-1997) was raised in Houston, Texas, where he formed the band Dukes of Rhythm. Although he recorded albums and performed with Sonny Boy Williamson and Bib Mama Thornton in Texas, Copeland only received recognition after moving to New York City in 1975. Six years later, he signed with Rounder Records and released his album with Arthur Blythe and Byard Lancaster, Copeland Special . In 1982, during a tour of West Africa...
Roland Hayes (1887-1977) was the first black classical singer to break the color barrier. Born in Curryville (Gordon County, Ga.), he started singing in the Mount Zion Baptist Church in Flatwoods (Ga.) which was founded by his mother. Hayes moved to Boston, Massachusetts to start his musical career, later farmed in Flatwoods, but returned to Boston where he died in 1977. From the description of Roland Hayes papers, 1939, 1977 [microform]. (Shorter University, Livingston Library). Wor...
Susan Stamberg was born September 7, 1938. Her broadcasting jobs include producer and program director for "Kaleidoscope" on WAMU (Washington, DC) (1963-1966); host of National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" (1971-1986) and "Weekend Edition Sunday" (1986-1989); commentator on "Capitol Edition" (1984-1991). In addition, she wrote many books including "Every Night at Five: An All Things Considered Book" (1982) and "Talk" (1993). From the description of Susan Stamberg collection...
American contralto. From the description of Collection of Test Pressings, 1936-1966. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 228821379 From the description of Collection of Music Manuscripts, ca. 1910-1980. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 228428185 From the description of Collection of Photographs, 1898-1992. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 228427170 From the description of Collection of ...