Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Included in this scrapbook are programs and clippings relating to life in Washington, D.C. during the 1940s and 1950s. Also included in the scrapbook are matchbooks from local businesses and restaurants. Subjects covered in the scrapbook include, but are not limited to churches; concerts; Navy Band; restaurants; sesquicentennial of Washington, D.C.; White House, and remodeling.
David Ehrlich discusses what brought him to Washington, DC and the Southwest neighborhood, in particular; his work history and experience as a pianist and chamber music performer; his thoughts on the changes, amenities, and construction and redevelopment in the area; and his and his wife Barbara’s travels and involvement in the community.
The collection consists of materials from aspects of John Davis’s career in the punk, and indie rock scene in Washington, D.C., in the 1990s and 2000s. The majority of items were created by Davis, are about him, or are about bands he was involved with; the remainder are directly connected to the broader punk scene.
In this interview, Darby Hickey, known professionally as DJ bent, talks about her early music memories and connections including in childhood, in D.C., and her experience DJing in D.C. and as a founding member Anthology of Booty.
In this interview, Slammer Musuta, known professionally as DJ Mothersheister, discusses music influences from her childhood in Arlington, Texas; her college years in South Africa and Ithaca, New York; her adopted home of D.C.; and her role as a founding member of Anthology Booty.
During this interview, Ebony Dumas, known professionally as DJ Natty Boom, talks about her childhood in Tulsa, Oklahoma, her connection to music, her life experience in D.C., and her experience as a founding member of Anthology Booty.
This collection contains clippings, photographs, correspondence, organizational information, and 78 RPM records related to Charles B. Dulcan and the Hecht Company.
The collection contains administrative records, music scores, performance history, and general memorabilia of the Composers’ Group of the Friday Morning Music Club.