Browse Items (257 total)

  • Collection: David M. Carp Papers on Latin Jazz

MS-CARP.001.002-abreu-charles-1980.pdf
Subject file for Charles Abreu, Cuban composer and pianist.

MS-CARP.001.006-aceves-mejia.pdf
Subject file for Miguel Aceves Mejía, Mexican actor, composer, and singer.

MS-CARP.001.007-acosta-leonardo.pdf
Subject file for Leonardo Acosta, Cuban musician, ethnomusicologist, literary critic, journalist, and narrator.

MS-CARP.001.008-acuna-alex.pdf
Subject file for Alex Acuna, one of the world’s most versatile drummers/percussionists.

MS-CARP.001.001-abner-ewart-obituary-1998.pdf
Subject file for Ewart Abner, American record company executive, president of Motown Records, and manager for Stevie Wonder.

MS-CARP.001.003-acebal-sergio-nd.pdf
Subject file for Sergio Acebal, Afro-cuban vocalist, comedian, and actor.

acevedo-miguel-angel-nd.pdf
Subject file for Miguel Ángel Acevedo, known typically as Mike Acevedo, Puerto Rican singer and composer.

MS-CARP.001.005-acevedo-placido-1958-nd.pdf
Subject file for Plácido Acevedo, Puerto Rican flutist, trumpet player, and composer.

MS-CARP.003.168-de-castro-los-hermanos.pdf
Subject file for Los Hermanos Castro, a male singing quartet originating in Mexico City, Mexico in the mid-1950s.

MS-CARP.003.002-chesa-marga.pdf
Subject file for Marga Chesa, known as "Dynamic Marga" in Europe, a Puerto Rican band leader.

MS-CARP.003.003-chester-edmund.pdf
Subject file for Edmund Chester, previous senior Vice President and executive at the CBS radio and television networks during the 1940s.

MS-CARP.003.005-chicago-latino-communities.pdf
Subject file on Latino communities in Chicago, detailing their rapid growth as well as the spread of Latino culture starting in the late nineteenth century.

MS-CARP.003.006-chico-el.pdf
Subject file for El Chico, a gay nightclub first opened in 1929 in Greenwich Village in New York City.

MS-CARP.003.007-china-doll.pdf
Subject file for The China Doll, advertised as "New York’s only all-oriental [sic] night club," opened in 1946 by white stage producer Tom Ball.

MS-CARP.003.008-chino-mingo-el.pdf
Subject file for "El Chino Mingo" (born Domingo R. Padrón), a bandleader of the house band at the Bachelor Club on 54th Street and promoter of "la bamba" dancing.

MS-CARP.003.009-chovevo.pdf
Subject file for Chovevo, otherwise known as Carlos Martínez, a Puerto Rican singer in the 1930s–1940s.

MS-CARP.003.011-cine-variedades.pdf
Subject file for Cine Variedades, the first all-Puerto Rican cinema.

MS-CARP.003.012-city-lore.pdf
Subject file for City Lore, which sponsored "Place Matters," a program meant to highlight places integral to neighborhood histories. The file also contains an informational brochure on E.S.T.A. (Elders Share the Arts), an internationally recognized…

MS-CARP.003.014-clarke-gerald.pdf
Subject file for Gerald Clark, also spelled Gerald Clarke, calypso musician and bandleader of Gerald Clark and his Caribbean Serenaders.

MS-CARP.003.015-clarke-hy.pdf
Subject file for trombonist and bass player Henry "Hy" (or "Hi") Clark.
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