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Jambalaya program records, 1975-1980.

Author: New Orleans Public Library.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, minutes, financial records, sound recordings, posters, and other records of the Library's National Endowment for the Humanities-funded continuing education program.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Named Person: Cleanth Brooks; Stephen E Ambrose; John William Corrington; John Duffy; Peter S Feibleman; Shirley Ann Grau; Sheldon Hackney; Charles Willard Moore; Jonathan Williams; Leonard Slatkin; Lillian Hellman; Tennessee Williams
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: New Orleans Public Library.
OCLC Number: 17400866
Description: 10 ft.

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Correspondence, minutes, financial records, sound recordings, posters, and other records of the Library's National Endowment for the Humanities-funded continuing education program.

The records document the planning, organization, and production of the individual elements of the program. Sound recordings were made of most of the events and the original reel-to-reel tapes were duplicated on cassettes for research use. Also included are correspondence and minutes of Jambalaya Advisory Committee meetings; program files (including program proposals, reading lists, etc.); publicity files (including videotaped public service announcements); contracts with participants; a copy of the original proposal to NEH; and program registration records.

Topics explored in the Jambalaya series included the New Orleans Mardi Gras; urban setting; economy; literary scene; film-making; radio and television; music; children's books; politics; the melting pot; New Deal art; journalism; the Mississippi River; cuisine; environment; medicine; education; and future. Some programs focused on related topics as they pertained to South Louisiana outside of the Crescent City. Participants and/or correspondents included Clarence John Laughlin, Joan Martin, Jonathan Williams, Tennessee Williams, Lillian Hellman, Ellis Marsalis, Cleanth Brooks, Walker Percy, Enrique Alferez, Stephen Ambrose, John William Corrington, John Duffy, Peter Feibleman, James K. Glassman, Shirley Ann Grau, Sheldon Hackney, Peter Kalisher, Moon Landrieu, Charles Moore, Dutch Morial, Charles Neville, Paul Prudhomme, Victor Schiro, and Leonard Slatkin.

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