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Jazz and Popular Music Research Guide

Archival Jazz Materials at Emory

Highlights from the

Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Billie Holiday Collection, containing materials relating to Holiday's personal life and career, her husband Louis McKay, and her estate.

Papers* of Victoria Spivey, the blues artist, film actress, and owner of Spivey Records.

E. Wendell Echols Papers* contain material related to Echols's involvement with the George H. Buck, Jr., Jazz Foundation, Audiophile Records, Jazzology Records, and Circle Records.

Records of Black Fire Music, a record publishing company focusing on jazz and African American musicians founded by Richard Grey in Washington, D.C. in the 1970s.

*The collective term "papers" includes any format.

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