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audiovisual materials

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Nonprint materials, such as slides, transparencies, motion pictures, or filmstrips, that make use of sight and sound to convey information; refers especially to such materials when used for instruction.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Hall Brothers phonograph record

 Item — Box Phonograph Records
Identifier: SCPL-2012-019
Content Description

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.

Dates: 1937

Piedmont Chapter of the American Red Cross records

Identifier: SCPL-2012-015
Scope and Contents The Piedmont Chaper, originally the Spartanburg Chapter, of the American Red Cross was established in 1917. The Chapter merged into the Upstate South Carolina Chapter around 2015. This collection consists of photographs, documents, audio visual materials, and objects that document the history of the chapter. The majority of materials are from the 1980s to the early 2000s, but dates range from 1917 to 2007. Specific types of materials include scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, annual reports,...
Dates: 1917 - 2007

Toast of the Town dvds

 Collection — Box Single File Collections Box 6: 2018-2019
Identifier: SCPL-2019-007
Content Description

The Spartanburg Salvation Army hosts an annual fundraiser, The Toast of the Town, where a prominent Spartanburg resident is roasted. This collection consists of three videos of the fundraiser from the years that Will Barnet, Dr. Benjamin Dunlap, and Jack Roper were roasted.

Dates: 2006 - 2010