Vic Damon Collection
Scope and Contents
The Vic Damon Collection was donated to LaBudde Special Collections by his son, George Damon, in the 1990s.
The manuscripts collection consists of the handwritten logbook kept by Damon documenting recording sessions produced by his Kansas City studio; related correspondence and notes; 17 photographs; and a trophy awarded by Cash Box for the success of the 1948 song My Happiness, produced by Damon. Mounted captions used for a Vic Damon exhibit previously on display in the UMKC Miller Nichols Library can be found in an addendum to this collection.
The audiovisual materials consist of various recordings that were recorded at Damon's Studio. More items recorded by Vic Damon are searchable in the UMKC Libaries catalog. Cataloged Sound Recordings Recorded by Vic Damon.
- 1939 - mid 1990s
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright status is unknown.
1 Linear Feet (LaBudde: 2 containers, 1 trophy.)
3 Linear Feet (Marr: 3 boxes of records, 2 boxes of audiovisual materials.)
Language of Materials
- LaBudde: Suzanne Golden, Teresa Gipson (supervising archivist). Marr: Helena Collins-Gravitt.
- LaBudde: March 2007. Marr: April 2017.
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description