|Nicky da B|
Highlighting the collections, events, and activities of the Amistad Research Center
|Nicky da B|
|Notebook containing a|
list of phonograph records,
presumably collected by
|Program for the first public|
performance and recording
of Hale Smith's "Contours".
|Undated photograph of Dizzy Gillespie, Hale Smith, and Benny Carter (l-r).|
|Detail of a flyer for the City College CUNY Department of Music with|
Hale Smith's annotation "My first 'lecture'!"
|The newly-arrived papers|
waiting to be inventoried
|Production stills from Uncommon Valor.|
|A copy of Harold Sylvester's script for Passing Glory.|
|A variety of audiovisual formats from Amistad's collections.|
|1/4" reel-to-reel audiotape player, |
an example of a legacy format.
|A researcher views a film from the American Committee on Africa records|
on a Steenbeck. The ability to view moving image material online means that
researchers will not have to be physically on site in order to
view items from our collections.
|Subpoena from Margaret Porter |
requesting the presence
of Reuben Reynolds, circa 1810
|A letter from Reynolds to|
William Master discussing
his case, 1811.
|Testimony from Betty |
life as a slave, undated.
|The cover of Hogan's ragtime song |
"All Coons Look Alike to Me."
|An autographed cover of "This Dancing |
Fool" signed by Stepin-Fetchit