Browse Items (778 total)

MS-FERNANDEZ.001.003-performances-1998.pdf
Folder containing fliers and promotional material from Mariposa's performances in 1998.

MS-FERNANDEZ.001.002-performances-1997.pdf
Folder containing fliers and promotional material from Mariposa's performances in 1997.

MS-FERNANDEZ.001.001-performances-nd.pdf
Folder containing undated fliers and promotional material from Mariposa's performances.

MS-CARP.003.030-club-el-batey.pdf
Subject file for Club El Batey, a nightclub and Latin music venue that opened in 1953 along Third Avenue in The Bronx near the Claremont Parkway along the now demolished Third Avenue El.

MS-CARP.003.029-club-downbeat.pdf
Subject file for Club Downbeat, one of many jazz clubs on 52nd Street in Manhattan that featured the likes of Ella Fitzgerald and other jazz legends.

MS-CARP.003.027-club-coronet.pdf
Subject file for Club Coronet, also known as the Blue Coronet, a famous Brooklyn nightclub and music venue.

MS-CARP.003.026-club-carib.pdf
Subject file for Club Carib, a nightclub and music venue located at 333 Bayview Avenue in Inwood, New York, on Long Island.

MS-CARP.003.025-club-calypso-2837-7th-ave.pdf
Subject file for Club Calypso, a Caribbean nightclub and music venue located at 2837 Seventh Avenue in Manhattan, right across from The Bronx.

MS-CARP.003.024-club-caborrojeno.pdf
Subject file for Club Caborrojeño, a Latin music club located at 145th Street and Broadway in Manhattan.

MS-CARP.003.023-club-cubanacan.pdf
Subject file for Club Cubanacan, a Latin music club that opened in Harlem at 114th Street and Lenox Avenue in 1934.

MS-CARP.003.022-club-baron.pdf
Subject file on Club Baron, a Harlem nightclub and performance venue formerly located at 132nd Street and Lenox Avenue (where Revolution Books is now located).

MS-CARP.003.021-club-babalu.pdf
Subject file on Club Babalu, a nightclub and performance venue located at 129th Street and Broadway.

MS-CARP.003.020-club-181.pdf
Subject file on Club 181 (1945–1951), a Lower East Side venue that was formerly the Yiddish-language Louis N. Jaffe Art Theater (1926–1945) and later became the Phoenix Theatre (1953–1961). Club 181 in particular was known for shows featuring "female…

MS-CARP.003.019-club-28.pdf
Subject file on Club 28, nightclub and performance venue located at 3111 Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn.

MS-CARP.003.018-clouden-leroy.pdf
Subject file on Leroy Clouden, a widely recorded drummer and percussionist based out of New York City.

MS-CARP.003.017-cleytor-buck.pdf
Subject file, folder 2, on Buck Clayton (William Dorsey Clayton), jazz trumpeter and member of Count Basie's orchestra.

MS-CARP.003.016-clayton-buck.pdf
Subject file, folder 1, on Buck Clayton (William Dorsey Clayton), jazz trumpeter and member of Count Basie's orchestra.

MS-CARP.003.075-conjunto-kubavana-de-alberto-ruiz (1).pdf
Subject file on Conjunto Kubavana de Alberto Ruiz, a very influential band in Havana during the 1940s

MS-CARP.003.154-dance-teachers.pdf
Subject file on dance teachers in New York City during the 1940s.

MS-CARP.003.155-dancehall-ballroom.pdf
Subject file on Club Danceland Ballroom, the first Black-owned business on 125th Street in Harlem.
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