Recordings narrated by Julius Bartlett Lankes [manuscript] : [multimedia], ca. 1920s-1981.

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Lankes, Julius Bartlett, 1915-,. Recordings narrated by Julius Bartlett Lankes [manuscript] : [multimedia], ca. 1920s-1981.

Recordings narrated by Julius Bartlett Lankes [manuscript] : [multimedia], ca. 1920s-1981.

Lankes narrates and comments on a variety of topics: excerpts from the vaudeville sketch The Virginia(n) Judge by Walter C. Kelly; music composed or made famous by the Original Dixieland Jazz Band; Excurses I, II, and III and Dixieland bands performing these selections; songs from Bottoms Up, sung at Chewning's Tavern, Williamsburg, Va., by the Hilton Village Gang; reminiscences of lower Virginia peninsula place names particularly around Newport News. Lankes also narrates Jazz Trumpet Epitome, with selections from famous jazz trumpeters; I Was There and Into the Storm, commercial recordings from the B.B.C. Sound Archives; College Daze, a collection of university songs including two by the University of Virginia Glee Club; The Dance Band Era by Albert McCarthy; Walter Camp's Daily Dozen and the Fred Allen's Chase and Sanborn Radio Program. Finally, Lankes comments on newscasts of the assassination of Anwar Sadat. With the recordings are two photographs of Julius John Lankes; a listing of the Lankes collection at Dartmouth; and a genealogy of Edee Maria Bartlett Lankes.

17 sound cassettes (60 min. each)4 items.

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