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Great performances television stills collection

Publisher: <198-?>
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Photograph : English
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Television and publicity stills of various programs on "Great Performances" including "Divine Drumbeats: Katherine Dunham and her People" featuring Glory Van Scott, Vaunoye Aikens, Doris Bennett and Norman Davis, "Balanchine Celebrates Stravinsky "featuring Mel Tomlinson, Dance Theatre of Harlem featuring Virginia Johnson and Lowell Smith; all part of "Dance in America" series, "To Be Young, Gifted and Black"  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Television stills
Publicity photographs
Silver gelatin photoprints
Named Person: Wynton Marsalis; Paul Robeson; Duke Ellington; Cicely Tyson; Mercer Ellington; Jesse Jackson; Cab Calloway; Carly Simon; Robert Guillaume; Melba Moore; Ruby Dee; Norman Davis; Sherman Hemsley; Vanoye Aikens; Glory Van Scott; Mel Tomlinson; Lowell Smith; Doris Bennett; Virginia Johnson; Duke Ellington; Mercer Ellington; Jesse Jackson; Wynton Marsalis; Paul Robeson; Cicely Tyson
Material Type: Graphic, Photograph
Document Type: Visual material
OCLC Number: 25459211
Notes: Title devised by cataloger.
Photographs bear captions.
Description: <9> photoprints : silver gelatin, b&w ; 26 x 21 cm.
Other Titles: Crisis
Running With Jesse
Frontline
Wynton Marsalis
Dance in America
Divine drumbeats
Balanchine celebrates Stravinsky
Dance theatre of Harlem
To be young, gifted and black
Ellington
Purlie
Paul Robeson
Cotton club remembered

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Television and publicity stills of various programs on "Great Performances" including "Divine Drumbeats: Katherine Dunham and her People" featuring Glory Van Scott, Vaunoye Aikens, Doris Bennett and Norman Davis, "Balanchine Celebrates Stravinsky "featuring Mel Tomlinson, Dance Theatre of Harlem featuring Virginia Johnson and Lowell Smith; all part of "Dance in America" series, "To Be Young, Gifted and Black" featuring Ruby Dee, "Purlie" featuring Sherman Hemsley, Robert Guillaume and Melba Moore, "Paul Robeson: Man of Conscience" featuring Paul Robeson, "The Cotton Club Remembered" featuring Cab Calloway, "Ellington-the Music Lives On" featuring Duke Ellington, Carly Simon, Sister Sledge, Cicley Tyson and Mercer Ellington, "Wynton Marsulis: Blues and Swing" featuring Marsulis, and two other programs, "Frontline," "Running With Jesse" and "Crisis: Who Will Do Science?"

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