Ivan Black papers, 1887-1979 (bulk 1937-1978)

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Black, Ivan, d. 1979. Ivan Black papers, 1887-1979 (bulk 1937-1978)

Ivan Black papers, 1887-1979 (bulk 1937-1978)

The Ivan Black papers are mostly made up of press releases and clippings from newspapers and magazines documenting the publicity work he did for his clients. Also included are promotional flyers, concert and stage programs, and correspondence. The correspondence is mainly with newspaper reporters and editors, or nightclub owners and managers, rather than with artists. The collection also contains a large section of photographs, which are mostly, but not all, publicity headshots, and a section of published stock musical arrangements for jazz big band with violins.

22.5 linear feet (55 boxes)

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