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Kearney W. Barton collection of Northwest sound recordings

Repository:University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives
Summary: The Kearney W. Barton collection of Northwest sound recordings primarily consists of original recordings engineered and/or produced by Barton at Audio Recording, Inc., his own recording studio, which operated out of various locations in Seattle, Washington from 1961 through the late 2000s. The bulk of the collection is comprised of music recordings, but also contains a smaller percentage of spoken word recordings, as well as radio advertisements (many of which also incorporate music). Specific audio formats represented in the collection include: open reel analog tape, compact cassettes, analog sound discs (7 inch, 10 inch, 12 inch, and 16 inch), magnetic wire records, and compact discs. The collection also contains a small amount of manuscript material, which mainly consists of technical notes that were found with some recordings and very limited correspondence (chiefly from lawyers). In some instances, notes included on original containers also have been preserved when material has been rehoused.
 
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Dwight Emerson Mitchell Essays

Repository:Boise State University Library, Special Collections and Archives
Summary:Short essays by Mitchell, an educator and journalist in Montana, Idaho and California, distributed in a newsletter format entitled DEMly and containing philosophical musings and reflections on current events, youth revolt of the 1960s, literature, comedy, Chaucer, and other topics; together with autobiographical essays about his college days at the University of Oregon in the 1920s, focusing on the development of personal values.
 
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The Walter and Hays Band Mormon Rap audiocassette

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Walter and Hays Band Mormon Rap audiocasette (1988) consists of one audiocassette single of the song, "Mormon Rap." The song was written by Walt Gregory, engineered by Glen Neibaur, and recorded at Ken's World Best Studio. Formed in 1985 in Salt Lake City, Utah, The Walter and Hays Band performed at national and local live and radio venues until 1993.

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