.MSA. Marr Sound Archives
Found in 125 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of recordings from the 1970s of Jackson County and Civil War historian Donald Hale.
The collection consists of recordings of lectures and presentations by renowned poets that were donated by Donnelly College, a Catholic College located in Kansas City.
Consists mostly of recordings of religious Jewish music and synagogue, but also includes several recordings of operas, plays, and inverviews from radio broadcasts.
The collection consists mostly of recordings of radio broadcast programming from Kansas City that specialized in the jazz genre.
The collection contains many unique items recorded in the Kansas City area, including political speeches, musical performances, religious services, and advertisements for businesses and organizations. The Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra and the Kansas City Conservatory of Music are strongly represented with numerous recordings of each entity. Finally, the collection also holds some national radio programs, such as "The Guiding Light," "Hymns of All Churches," and "Michael Shayne."
Cronenbold was a member of the Texas Rangers, a western band that was active in the 1930s and 1940s and appeared on radio programs such as the Brush Creek Follies. The collection consists of recordings of the Texas Rangers and interviews with Cronenbold.
Manuscripts from Florence and Richard DuPage. Series notes contain more extensive information.
The audiovisual materials contain recordings of performances of Richard and Florence DuPage's compositions.
Cassette recordings of the 1986 Tri-National Conference on Bilingualism.
The recordings consist of radio broadcasts from Greorge Stump.