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A Century of Musicals in Black and White: An Encyclopedia of Musical Stage Works By, About, or Involving African Americans (1993)
An Encyclopedia of Musical Stage Works By, About, or Involving African Americans by Bernard L. Peterson Jr.
Adelaide Hall, Bill Robinson, Aida Ward, Tim Moore, Mantan Moreland, Eloise Uggarns, Chester Jones, Earl Tucker, Ruth Johnson, Crawford Jackson, Elisabeth Welsh (or Elizabeth Welch), Marjorie Hubbard, Blue McAllister, Lloyd Mitchell, Wilton Crawley, Billie Cortez, George W. Cooper, Mamie Savoy, Harry “ Shorty” Lucas, Willard McLean, Baby Banks, Philip Patterson, Joseph Attles, the Blackbird Chorus, the Cecil Mack Choir, and the Plantation Orchestra. A second company was ...
Containing the History of Australasia from 1542 to May, 1879 by John Henniker Heaton
Adelaide Hall, C, Adelaide Harris, S. L., Macclesfield Hodge, Charles, Port Victor Hope, Thos. , Kensington Hopkins, W., Glenelg ...
by John S. Davis
Artists to have records distributed by the Oriole label include Adelaide Hall, Joe Turner, and trumpet player Freddy Taylor. Oriole also distributed reissues of 1940s and 1950s records originally recorded by Savoy records. ORQUESTA CUBANA DE MÚSICA MODERNA.
Second Edition by Kenneth T. Jackson, Lisa Keller, Nancy Flood
including major African American stars, from the slave pianist “Blind Tom” Wiggins to Adelaide Hall, Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, and the saxophone genius Lester “Pres” Young. By the year 2000 the Evergreens was almost filled, with 525,000 graves. The board of trustees limited burials in order to preserve land and “emphasize the role of the grounds as a park, a bird sanctuary, and an historic site.” Old trees have been replaced, and historic graves and lots have received special.
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