Steve Petryszyn Collection, 1950-2000, undated.


Steve Petryszyn Collection, 1950-2000, undated.

The Steve Petryszyn Collection spans the years circa 1950-2000, and includes undated material; while the bulk of the collection dates between 1970 and 1990. Much of the material relates to Petryszyn's career as a record collector and founder of Record Roundup. The collection is strong on material related to Cleveland rock and roll history, including Petryszyn's Cleveland rock discography, as well as items related to the Moondog Coronation Ball, Alan Freed, and Record Rendezvous.

8 linear feet.

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