Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
William Eagan collection
This collection consists of a program for the dinner in honor of Charles Lindbergh, the program for the 1927 Spartanburg Music Festival, and tickets for the 1969-1970 and 1970-1971 Spartanburg Concert Series.
Hall Brothers phonograph record
The Hall Brothers was a bluegrass singing group consisting of North Carolina brothers, Roy and Jay Hugh Hall. The singing group got started in 1937 singing on WSPA Spartanburg. This collection consists of one phonographic record with the songs "Spartanburg Jail" and "McDowell Blues" sung by the Hall Brothers recorded on it.
Joe Haywood records
Spartanburg -- Biography -- Chapman, Marshall, 1979 - 2003
A collection of articles and newspaper clippings on Marshall Chapman.
Spartanburg -- Biography -- Lawson, Alia Ross, 1962 - 1983
Two articles from the Spartanburg Herald-Journal on Alia Ross Lawson’s resignation as director of the Converse College Chorus and on receiving the Doctor of Humane Letters degree.
Spartanburg -- Biography -- McCrae, John Richards, 1982
Two newspaper articles from The Greenville News and The State on John Richards McCrae’s retirement from Converse College in 1982.
Spartanburg -- Biography -- Mullins, George "Trotting Sally", 1907 - 2003
A collection of several newspaper and magazine articles that discuss George Mullins and his life.
Spartanburg -- Biography -- Rolandi, Gianna, 1982 - 1984
Four newspaper articles about Gianna Rolandi and her opera career.
Spartanburg -- Biography -- Scott, William R., 2000
One article on William Scott from the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Spartanburg -- Biography -- Tucker, Ira, 2006
Two newspaper articles about Ira Tucker and a program from The Dixie Hummingbird’s concert in Spartanburg in 2006.
Spartanburg -- Biography -- Tucker, Marshall, 1969 - 2008
Two newspaper articles on Marshall Tucker.
Spartanburg -- Biography -- Walker, William "Singing Billy", 1850 - 2012
A large collection of articles, newspaper clippings, and other writings about William “Singing Billy” Walker.