Jas Obrecht Collection, 1978-1994.


Jas Obrecht Collection, 1978-1994.

71 audio cassettes featuring interviews Jas Obrecht conducted with blues musicians and three boxes of Obrecht's articles written from these interview tapes.

9 boxes.


SNAC Resource ID: 7939523

University of Mississippi

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