013 Audio Collections
Includes audio from famous people and events from the archives rich media collections. Many of the audio files in this collection are due to a generous grant from Lyrasis/Mellon Foundation.
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Tuskegee Boogie (Macon Records, 2018-08-03)Song from Macon Records, recorded by McKinley James, ca. 1960
Min. Abdul Haleem Farrakhan - Black Solidarity Day Sermon (Tuskegee Chapel, November 7, 1976) (2017-05-11)In 1976, Min. Abdul Haleem Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam (now known as Louis Farrakhan) was invited to give a speech in the Tuskegee Institute Chapel in observance of Tuskegee Institute's Black Solidarity Day, on Sunday, ...
Julian Bond on the Vietnam War and the Black Vote as a "Third Force," Logan Hall, Tuskegee Institute (2017-04-06)On Sunday January 29, 1967, Julian Bond gave an impromptu informal talk at Logan Hall as part of Tuskegee's Interim week event. Julian Bond was a longtime civil rights activist and founding member and national spokesperson ...
Muhammad Ali at Logan Hall, Tuskegee Institute (2017-02-09)On November 23, 1966, the Tuskegee Institute SGA brought the Heavyweight Champ of the World Muhammad Ali, as part of his college speaking tour, to Tuskegee to talk to the students before the Cramton Bowl Classic. Before ...
Have Your Chill, I'll Be Here When Your Fever Rises - Coot Grant and "Kid" Wesley Wilson 12317 B (Paramount Records, 2017-01-30)Vocal Duet accompanied by Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra. Coot Grant and "Kid" Wesley Wilson were a wife and husband duet group that were popular throughout the 1920s and 1930s performing blues and jazz music. The couple ...